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25751 Vernon Whittal has:Athol Radford LLOYD died April 11, 1939. Lloyd, Athol Radford (I11695)
 
25752 Verrall never married Shone, Verrall (I13295)
 
25753 Very confusing as there is an Owen Elliott buried at St Stephen's b: Nov 1891 d:7/12/1891 ?????? Elliott, Owen (I49483)
 
25754 Very Good
Source Type: Book 
Source (S43)
 
25755 Very little info on Agnes, but I have it that she married John Hedley Collett, who also married her older sister, Martha Rhoda, by whom he had several children. If he was married to her for about 2 years prior to marrying Martha, it would work, perhaps Agnes died young. Collett, Agnes (I20602)
 
25756 Very little is known of Eliza Jane, except that she was sickly as an infant. There is a belief that Peter Clarke Daniel met Ann Mitchley when the latter was hired to care for his sickly daughters. However, there is nothing to date to prove this. Daniel, Eliza (I113764)
 
25757 Vet in Estcourt Every, Romyn (I30610)
 
25758 via Maureen McCleland Source (S2097)
 
25759 Via public member tree on ancestry owned by DerekNorth433


One of twin sisters - sister was Isabella.
Both married in 1920 - might have been a double wedding

Photograph of the twin sisters is on his tree 
Baron, Brita Frances (I165140)
 
25760 Vicar of Askam Southey, Rev. Charles Cuthbert (I10602)
 
25761 Vicar Of Christ Church With St Georges in Chesham, Buckinghamshie in 1881

marriage ref sep 1876 Wakefield 9c p60 
Brames Hall, Samuel Howard (I37391)
 
25762 Vickers Gedcom submitted by George Barrie Davies - 20060927
Source Type: Gedcom file 
Source (S341)
 
25763 Victor (Percy) was living in Grahamstown in 1951.
Victor was a wild animal photographer who spent time in Kenya before returning to South Africa in about 1955 to take care of his parents.
He and Elysabeth married late in life, and lived at Ye Old Coach House, Kowie Road, Bathurst. No children. 
Cockcroft, Victor Percival (I107947)
 
25764 Victor inherited the farm "Bristol", which he later sold to Cecil and Ralph. It then became Ralphs' farm. Stirk, Victor Henry (I6025)
 
25765 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. McGaw, David Robert (I81413)
 
25766 Victor never married de la Harpe, Victor Amédeé (I7182)
 
25767 Victoria Methodist Church
Quigney 
Family F41481
 
25768 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. McGaw, Maribeth 'Beth' (I81411)
 
25769 Violet & May married brothers, Cecil & Cliff Stead in a double wedding in Ladysmith Cockcroft, May Lilian (I108182)
 
25770 Violet & May married brothers, Cecil & Cliff Stead in a double wedding in Ladysmith Cockcroft, Violet Evelyn (I108183)
 
25771 Violet and Cecil and her twin sister Maisie and Cliff had a double wedding on the same day in Ladysmith. There is alsoa similiarity in the sequence of children.) Family F46169
 
25772 Violet and Cecil and her twin sister Maisie and Cliff had a double wedding on the same day in Ladysmith. There is alsoa similiarity in the sequence of children.) Family F46170
 
25773 Violet Frances Margaret McIntyre was the only daughter of the brief marriage between Martha Ann Bartle and Duncan McIntyre. Duncan died 4 Feb 1888, and Martha now a widow, married Charles Richard Dubber, a widower with 5 children, in Grahamstown 19 Feb 1889. They had 6 further children between them, and Violet was brought up amongst but is not a Dubber. {Wendy Kirkpatrick} McIntyre, Violet Frances Margaret (I74832)
 
25774 Violet never married Goldswain, Violet (I13088)
 
25775 Violet never married Reynolds, Violet (I13966)
 
25776 virus death, spanish flu? Lemon, William Aufleck (I116775)
 
25777 Vittoria lost in Baltic to torpedo from a Boshevik submarine. Court of inquiry found no blame attributed Heenan, Commander Vernon Hammersley (I165163)
 
25778 Vivian Septimus Merriman Muir: Qualified mining surveyor. Joined SA Engineering Corp. in Second World War but obtained transfer to SA Air Force. Shot down twice in the desert flying Hurricanes. Moved to a Spitfire squadron as captain. Later moved to Liberators. After war went into farming at Dordrecht. - notes John Fuller Muir, Vivian Septimus Merriman (I20827)
 
25779 Vocational Guidance Officer. Resided at Pomona Estates 298 Kempton Park

TAB MHG 3205/65. Also known as Andries Francois WHEELER

Source: Wesleyan Methodist - Brandfort, Micrifilm 1560863, item 8 ref 53, loc 3986 Died aged 52 yrs and 11 mnths. 
Wheeler, Andrew Francis (I89350)
 
25780 Vol 5a, Page 212 Colley, Gerald (I101284)
 
25781 Volgens die sterftekennis van sy vrou Aletta Johanna, wat hy selfgeteken het , is sy naam "LINSTEN". Linstrõm, William (I47831)
 
25782 Volksrust Magistrate Court, Volksrust Magistrate Court, ABBR Volksrust Magistrate Court
Source (S1721)
 
25783 volunteer administrator of the worldwide Rix/Ricks/Rex Y-DNA study
member of GOONS one name society 
Source (S1964)
 
25784 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F52196
 
25785 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mackenzie, Wade (I119148)
 
25786 wagatusi@hotmail.com Source (S1880)
 
25787 Wagon & carriage examiner for SAR & H Cockcroft, Percival Newton (I16318)
 
25788 Walker-Cummings website has her death as 3 Dec 1903 Hart, Frances Clarissa (I30999)
 
25789 Wallace John acc. to IGI. Purdon, John Wallace (I16205)
 
25790 Wally passed away mid 2003

 
Source (S451)
 
25791 Wally was fostered by his aunt Iisabel and her husband Herbert Rowbotham when he was just a few weeks old.
He became an auto electrician. 
Ross, Walter (I119141)
 
25792 Walsall Advertiser August 22 1903
"An Old Cape Settler
The last survivor of the 1820 Settlers in Cape Colony, Mrs Alexander SCOTT, has passed away at Imvani, at the age of eighty-seven. The Cape Times says: Miss Beatrice PRINGLE, as she then was, after landing in Algoa Bay, made the long and in those days dangerous journey by ox waggon through Albany and up the Baviaans river, where she settled down at Clifton with her uncle. here she remained for some years until her marriage to Mr. Alexander SCOTT, by whom she had nine children, one of whom, Mr.W.H. SCOTT, of Glen Etive, is well known. Many an exciting tale she could tell of the perils and wonders of those early days, and a few hours spent in her company gave her hearers a far better idea of those adventurous times than could be possible obtained from any book ever published. She was a sister of Thomas PRINGLE, the famous African poet, and was never tired of reciting her brother's verse - indeed on the very day before her death she was learning a fresh poem" 
Pringle, Beatrice (I2758)
 
25793 Walter and Annie did have children. James, Walter (I20283)
 
25794 Walter and Helena lived at Lilyvale, Guava Grove, East London. Family F38711
 
25795 Walter died aged 4 years. Luscombe, Walter (I19283)
 
25796 Walter Herschel Atherstone continued in the medical profession of his father Dr William Guybon Atherstone and grandfather Dr John Atherstone, the 1820 Settler.
At 17 he sailed to Scotland and in 1887 he qualified in Medicine from Aberdeen University.
The next year he married Frances, sister of a College friend, Dr. Jack Harrison and returned to Port Alfred and Atherstone was appointed District Surgeon of Bathurst, Medical Officer to the Kowie Convict Station and Medical Superintendent of the Port Alfred Mental Hospital. The latter post he held until his retirement from the service in 1920, except for a break of five or six years (1897 to about 1902) when he was in charge of Robben Island. In 1901 he refused promotion to Grahamstown and instead came back to the Kowie which he loved. Having studied in Scotland, he must have learnt his love of golf at St Andrew’s.
He retired from Hospital service in 1920 to devote more time to playing golf.
He was noted for his staunch friendship and seemed to make no enemies, ever courteous and no man’s fool. 
Atherstone, Walter Herschel (I3487)
 
25797 Walter Milton Surmon was a member of the Graham's Town Police Force Surmon, Walter Milton (I137945)
 
25798 Walter never married Southey, Walter Richard William (I6187)
 
25799 Walter Orsmond took an interest in his nephew Arthurs children and gave them a qood education. The youngest son Stanley Orsmond was awarded the Military Medal for bravery in WW1. (source A Small World by Norma van As)


Walter Orsmond took a keen interest in civic affairs and represented Aliwal in the Provincial Council - The silver trowel used by Walter Orsmond on the occasion of his relaying the Foundation Stone in 1887 at the New Hospital site at Aliwal North on October 15, 1913 is still in the possesion of the family. BE Reporter

He not only looked after his nephews children but also made generous provision for his wife's nieces Margaret and Gertrude Foggit. His letter to Agnes 1914 
Orsmond, Walter Charles (I56833)
 
25800 War Cemetery, Nanyuki, Kenya - Grave Ref. 1. 8. Niblock-Stuart, John Douglas (I67673)
 

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