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From: "Tombi Peck" <>
Subject: Re: [ZA-EC] My Dilemma...STEWARD / STEWART / STUART
Date: Sun, 9 Sep 2007 16:16:40 +0100
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It's so difficult typing watching near to the try line...I just
want to help put them over! Durand just coming off being replaced by V.J.
Whooo whoooo!!! It's Montgomerie into the table YEEESSSSS!! 33 -
7.....poor Samoa...Didn't quite convert it though!!
Best wishes
Tombi Peck
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rose Kelland" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, September 09, 2007 1:50 PM
Subject: Re: [ZA-EC] My Dilemma...STEWARD / STEWART / STUART

And Tombi, we are really watching WORLD rugby! Today (Sunday's) match is
Wales against Canada. Canada are in Wales's traditional red and the
Canadians are wearing dark gray. I'm sure they were referred to as New
Zealand in the opening minute of the game! The ref is Irish with a French
surname and one of the Canadian players was born in South AFrica! Good job
we have internet which reaches all over the world to be able to track or
ancestors, cos we don't know where they might have been!!!


> From: > To: >
> Date: Sun, 9 Sep 2007 11:27:30 +0100> Subject: Re: [ZA-EC] My
> Dilemma...STEWARD / STEWART / STUART> > Am I grateful that I am the sole
> owner of all three of my remotes!!> I had a wonderful time watching the
> Rugby last night.....the night before I > was in a restaurant just next to
> where there was a large screen telly on > which the Rugby was being
> shown...although I didn't join the spectators I > took time over my meal
> so was able to listen to the match!!> My large flat-screen telly has the
> ability to split the screen and watch two > programmes at the same time!!
> My father would have been tortured...he loved > both Rugby and
> Cricket...he played Provincial Cricket, bless him!> Best wishes,> Tombi
> Peck> best wishes,> ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Becky Horne"
> <>> To: <>>
> Sent: Sunday, September 09, 2007 11:21 AM> Subject: Re: [ZA-EC] My
> Dilemma...STEWARD / STEWART / STUART> > > Joan and Lynette have really set
> the ball rolling and here I thought> everybody was engrossed with the
> Rugby World Cup... I don't even want to> mention the cricket that starts
> on Tuesday. Men and their remotes and> going to drive their misses
> crazy....> > The gremlin called "Time" has also taken over my waking
> hours, and> besides working on business plans [my real job], Paxie has
> planted a> seed in our Family Tree suggesting that there might be a
> STEWARD /> STEWART / STUART tucked away amongst the twigs who just might
> be a major> arterial branch. Believe me when I tell you that this is worse
> than> looking for a HILL!> > The story so far.....My great-grandmother has
> a Margaret JOST née STUART> as a witness at her wedding:> Frederick
> HENWICK, 20, Bachelor, Blacksmith, residing Kariega;> m. Grape Vale
> Kariega 2 Mar 1868 [Meth. Salem/Albany E. 329 1560874];> Isabella HILL,
> 17, Spinster, residing Kariega> Witnesses: Margaret JOST, Jacob JOST,
> Henry CLAPTON (or maybe CLAYTON)> Minister: John SMITH> > Jacob JOST
> worked with my great-grandfather at Grape Vale. I presume> that this
> wedding also took place at Grape Vale. I don't have a copy of> the
> original wedding certificate.> Jacob JOST, Full, Bachelor, Agricultural
> Labourer, residing Grape Vale;> m. Grape Vale Kariega 30 Sep 1861 [Meth.
> Salem/Albany E. 269 1560874];> Margaret STUART, Minor, Spinster>
> Witnesses: Allan STEWART, Marinda GASTON (GASTORFF?)> Minister: H. H.
> DUGMORE> > Having a look at what I've got so far, [mainly concentrating on
> Bathurst> and Grahamstown] I have:> > Location Bathurst> Ernest Fred Ray
> STUART and Martha Bradfield TIMM> John STEWART and Janet Fowels ?> [John
> was a farmer at Barville Park Camp and might be the father of> Allan
> STEWART]> > Location Grahamstown> Allan STEWART and Mary EARLES> Francis
> STUART and Mary Ann ?> Grace Harriet STEWART and Roston Percival Walter
> THOMAS> Robert Ferrior STEWART and Elizabeth MCDONALD> > Any of these
> chaps in your Tree? Here are some more to set you> scrambling for hopeful
> leads......> > Location Somerset East> Alexander STEWART and Elizabeth
> Augusta HART> Alexander STUART and Herriot E. ?> Arthur Dixie STUART and
> Alicia Dorothea HUGHES> Arthur STEWART and Lillian H. ?> > Location
> Queenstown> George STEWART and Alice Lavene WIGGILL> Thomas STUART and
> Lydia ?> > So after highlighting my dilemma, its back to those business
> plans and> boeremusiek to syke me up for the Bok game later today. If you
> have a> lead on STEWARD / STEWART / STUART and can expand, your input will
> be so> appreciated. Might just help to consolidate what I already have.
> And if> you looking for a lead, no matter where in RSA, please let me
> know - I> might just have what you are looking for.> > Enjoy the rugby!
> Ons vir jou Suid Afrika groen en goud!> Please consider our Digest members
> and snip if replying - this is a long> email.> > Best wishes> Becky> -----
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> Sunday, September 09, 2007 1:07 AM> Subject: [ZA-EC] My Dilemna...>
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