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The above images are samples of the output of Building your 1820 Settler Descendant Certificate. On payment of a nominal fee of GBP £5.00 by the PayPal secure link Buy Now button below, either though your own PayPal Account or by entering your Visa or Mastercard details. I do not store any of your card account details on this website. If the payment is succesful you will then be directed to the Certificate Details data entry page. If unsccessful you will be returned here to try again!

In this process, an input of your personID record and the 1820 Settler personID are required, and all of the other information is taken from the database, and this is compiled into a PDF page and displayed in the browser's pdf reader, as per the samples above. You then have the options to download and save the generated pdf file for later printing on A4 or A3 paper suitable for framing, or print direct from the pdf reader. I would recommend the first option of downloading and saving the file.

Please follow these instructions to find the respective Person IDs.(Print this page as a reference for the instructions)Hover over the blue words below to see an example.
All females will be input and printed with their maiden names.

I would recommend that you get all the required personIDs now, before you click the Buy Now button. This service of providing Authenticated Descendency Certificates was formerly provided by the 1820 Settler Association's resident Genealogist at the Albany Museum, for a fee of ZAR300 plus postage. Since the facility was terminated/withdrawn, these services are now offered directly on this website.

Before you continue, are you sure you have all the correct personIDs to hand?
If you do, click the Buy Now button.

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Many Thanks, Paul

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