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From: ADAM YAMEY <>
Subject: Re: SOUTH-AFRICA-EASTERN-CAPE-D Digest V05 #292 RE: GINSBERG et al.
Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2005 13:08:41 +0100 (BST)
They lived in King itself, they were not farmers.
ARNHOLZ, Michaelis & Paula, Frieda
The Arnholz near Tulbagh was most likely the same family.
TOENESSEN (spelling may vary) : I do not know the first names.
Thanks again and best wishes from
Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2005 20:12:31 +0200
From: "Becky Horne" <>
Subject: Re: [ZA-EC] Re: SOUTH-AFRICA-EASTERN-CAPE-D Digest V05 #291 RE Researching GINSBERG
Very comforting to know that the MIs for GINSBERG was not after all a
I did have a look for the other surnames you mentioned but could find no
Do you know what their occupations were? If farmers, maybe we should rather
look in Berlin, Hanover, Frankfort or the other small villages close to King
Folks from around this area whenever asked where they came from, always
replied King, (nickname for King William's Town), although they farmed in
the outlaying areas.
Do you know the Christian names of ARNHOLZ, TOENESSEN and the other look-up
surnames? This will assist when doing a search. For example I found a A.
ARNHOLZ in Witzenberg. This is near Tulbagh in the Western Cape.
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