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p139: Letter dated 2.2.1864: My youngest son, George, who married about ayear ago, is living with his brother-in-law, John Trollip at Daggaboer. John is very kind to him, he (George0 ahs upwards of 1000 shepp of his own besides hired ones and his brother-in-law (who is very rich) give shim grazing gratis for all his stock. George's wife, I hear, came into Cradock yetserday to be confined.
George had had married Martha Adendorff, a girl whom the Trollips had taken into their home, and their first child was a boy Horatio George.
p166: We do not know whether George had grown tired of working for his brother-in-law, John Trollip, or John felt he could find a better manager. They went to Groote Vlei, probably a cottage on the Brak River north of Grassridge and tehre their fifth child Thomas Henry, was born later in the year.
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Husband: George COLLETT, Full, Bachelor, Farmer, residing Braak River > Wife: Martha Susanna ADENDORFF, Full, Spinster, residing Dagaboer > Date: 4/28/1863 > Witnesses: Lydford TROLLIP, Sophia Usher PIKE, John TROLLIP > Minister: John EDWARDS
Microfilm #1560899 > Methodist Parish Records: Cradock > Item 4: Marriages: 1858-1879
- [S412] Cradock Methodist Parish Records, Marriages 1858 - 1924, (LDS Microfilm # 1560899), (Entry# 57), as transcribed by Ellen Stanton.