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From: "sharon marshall" <>
Subject: Re: [ZA-IB] Trollips at Daggaboer
Date: Tue, 5 Aug 2003 21:20:16 +0200
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Many thanks for these - just one anomaly - I have Alice Belinda dying 28 Jun
1898 at Grahamstown Asylum as per her death notice.
Ann SIMPSON was born SHEPHERD - her first husband was Thomas SIMPSON, her
second Jospeh TROLLIP. Strangely, she also died at Grahamstown Asylum.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Becky Horne" <>
Sent: Tuesday, August 05, 2003 5:51 PM
Subject: Re: [ZA-IB] Trollips at Daggaboer
> Hi Sharon
> I know that Maureen McCLELAND is researching ROGERS
> I posted some on 26/7 - can send to you off-list?
> But back to the TROLLIP's - hope it helps.
> Old Grahamstown Cemetery
> Updated by Liz ESHMADE and volunteers
> June 1996
> NF -Stone was extant during the 1980's but no longer can be found.
> Some stones illegible, some vandalised and others have fallen over and are
> to heavy to lift.
> Alice Belinda +27.3.1898 aged 30
> former SIMPSON Ann +29.10.1838 aged 61 w.o. Joseph (NF)
> Joseph +22.7.1862 aged 87 yrs 3 mths
> Best wishes
> Port Elizabeth, South Africa
> Researching: HENWICK; HILL; HORN(E); MEREDITH; DEYZEL; LARSEN; WILSON;
> LYNAR; HENNING; STERLEY; THECK; BEST; BRAUN, GREENER; GLANVILLE.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: sharon marshall <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Monday, August 04, 2003 10:46 PM
> Subject: [ZA-IB] Trollips at Daggaboer
> > Hi all Trollip researchers - had a wonderful surprise excursion to
> Daggaboer Farm, which was owned by the TROLLIPs for over 100 years, on my
> way back to Cape Town. Sadly, it has now been sold, but I met Roger Keeton
> TROLLIP and his son, Daryl, who vows to get it back when he's grown up.
> to the Trollip hospitable reputation, they went out of their way to make
> feel at home and were only too happy to show me the farm cemetery and fill
> in personal details. Though it was wonderful to see the farm I've read so
> much about, I left with a very heavy heart as times are hard and Daggaboer
> is in their blood.
> > Besides the marked graves which are still in pretty good nick, Roger
> me the names and dates of his parents who are also buried there, but whose
> headstones have not yet been inscribed. (He also gave me his family's
> details, which I can pass on to anyone who is interested. His wife is
> Rosemary REED)
> > His parents: Kingsley Edward Keeton TROLLIP (19 Nov 1901-13 Jun 1993)
> Stella ROGERS (18 Dec 1909-20 Apr 1994). And yes, Kingsley is the son of
> Walter TROLLIP and Chrissie KEETON (remember our debate a while back?).
> > I'm not sure how the two other ROGERS buried there are connected, but I
> will try and find out.
> > I have added my own details in brackets.
> > DAGGABOER FARM CEMETERY
> > William TROLLIP d 18 Aug 1875 in 80th year (1820 settler son of Joseph
> Trollip and Susanna Crouch)
> > Patience TROLLIP, relict of William, d 29 Jul 1876 in her 79th year
> > James William TROLLIP, d 16.8.1849 aged 25 years (so William and
> > Henry TROLLIP 28 yrs 2 mths 10 days and Edward TROLLIP 19 yrs 5 days,
> > sons of Mr William TROLLIP, who on returning home were waylaid and
> > shot by a band of Rebel Hottentots on the evening of 31 Dec 1851.
> > They were lovely and pleasant in their lives and in their death they
> > were not divided.
> > John TROLLIP, drowned in Holtz Sluit 14.10.1892 in his 65th year (son of
> William and Patience)
> > Martha, beloved wife of John TROLLIP d 1891 aged 60 yrs 3 mths 6 days
> (Martha Collett, do 1820 settler James Lydford Collett and Rhoda Ann
> > William James Herbert, eldest son of Jabez and Annie WEEKS,
> > d 18.5. 1863, aged 5 yrs 4 mths 9 days
> > Alice Malvina Everly, daughter of Jabez and Annie WEEKS,
> > d at Somerset East aged 7 mths 10 days
> > (Annie was do of William and Patience)
> > Louis and Libby TROLLIP at Daggaboer 1892 to 1824-1834 (not sure what
> going on here, but Louis Henry, so Henry above, married Elizabeth Prudence
> Tucker EDWARDS, He died 1824, she died 1834.
> > Louis H TROLLIP aged 75 years
> > Harry, son of above, d 21.11.1931
> > May, daughter of Louis and Libby TROLLIP 1876-1961
> > RIP Our Edwards, beloved son of LH and E TROLLIP,
> > grandson of Rev and Mrs EDWARDS who died in the struggle
> > for liberty. 28.8.1918, Maricourt, France (He was christened John
> > William James Battison, eldest son of Henry and surviving widow
> > Maria TROLLIP, d 8.11.1858, aged 9 yrs 6 mths (Maria was LEPPAN)
> > William Edward EDWARDS, drowned in crossing the Tarka River,
> > 4 Feb 1865, aged 23 yrs 8 mths 4 days (brother of above Libby)
> > Martha COLLETT, 28 Jun 1900, our mother (she was Martha Susanna
> wife of George, and my gg grandmother.
> > Horatio George COLLETT, d 31 Aug 1897, aged 33 yrs 6 mths (so George and
> > E Sydney ROGERS 1907-1972
> > Madeline May (Madge) 2.11.1901-16.5.1984
> > BYWONERS (Labourers)
> > SWANEPOEL Boetie, pappie en oupa
> > Jacob J 18.11.1903-15.10.1976
> > Jan APKC SWANEPOEL 14.8.1872-22.11.1955
> > Martha G SWANEPOEL 29.3.1880-4.11.1954
> > RIP George 30 year gardener
> > Any clues as to the Rogers' origins would be greatly appreciated,
> > Sharon
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