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From: Annemarie Kalishoek <>
Subject: Re: [ZA-IB] Extracts from the South African CommercialAdvertiser -June 1841 [heur]
Date: Thu, 18 Dec 2008 07:20:57 -0000


Hi Cheri

Thank you, no I did not know this, so he got married by the look of things,
leaving a wife and children behind in Holland.
I will try to find out trough the link you gave me

Regards

AnneM Kalishoek

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From: Cheri Marshall [mailto:]
Sent: Thursday, December 18, 2008 5:09 AM
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Subject: Re: [ZA-IB] Extracts from the South African Commercial Advertiser
-June 1841 [heur]

Annemarie

You have probably got this...He is on the CDNI listed on the lhs of the
http://e-family.co.za/

#4664 1982 KALISHOEK Jan Frederick Died17-May-1982 BUT his
wife is listed as "Lillian F"
You might want to check this out as his children would be listed on the DN.
Was Johanna Huberdina MUILENBURG the one he left behind?
His emigration papers are listed on NAAIRS( 1943 to 1946). I don't know if
he would have listed a possible relative on the papers but on most
applications they do ask you to list relatives so if you don't have this it
would be a start to get hold of these papers.
Cheri

Hi all,

Does anyone recognize the live-story below, I would like to find out if this
ancestor had a family in Kaaptown or Franschhoek or somewhere else in SA.
He left a wife and children behind in the Netherlands in 1944/45 and was
never able to return home again:



Jan Frederik Kalishoek was born on 27 June 1896 in Amsterdam. He was 5ft
11in tall and had blue eyes. He was married to Johanna Huberdina
Muilenburg. In the five years before he arrived in the Union of South
Africa (it's now the Republic of South Africa) he was a Ships Captain -
aboard the cargo ship ss Japara from 18 November 1939 to 18 June 1941 and
then the Troop Transport ship ss Nieuw Holland from 18 June 1941 to 6
December 1944. From what I could see in the letters in the file, he didn't
exactly immigrate to South Africa on purpose. It looks like he was taken
off the ship due to a spine injury he sustained during the D Day landings
and he then applied for a temporary residence permit to allow him to
recover. From doctors letters in the file it seems that he was declared
unfit to travel, ever. So, he then applied for permanent residence. It
looks like he built a house in the Franschhoek area So in 1946 he was living
at "Westview", Victoria Street, Franschhoek

Regards

Annemarie Kalishoek

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