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From: "Vaughan Holmes" <>
Subject: Re: surname interests
Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 05:57:44 +0200
A book has been written on the Trollips and the descendants of the original
four settler brothers. If you didn't already know that, please come back
to me because I know someone with a copy.
> From: Hope Family <>
> Subject: Re: surname interests
> Date: 18 February 2000 02:59
> Elrine Greig advertised the following surname interests:
> Botha; Janse-van Rensburg; Loader; Saunders; Tennant; Trollop/Trollip;
> Harrup; Collett; Pike; Greig.
> Please can you help me with locating the descendents of the following
> JANSE VAN RENSBURG:
> Paula FERREIRA (*10 Jan 1937) married a Mr Janse van Rensburg. I presume
> she was from the Patensie area.
> Kingsley Edward Keeton TROLLIP (*1901) and Stella ROGERS adopted a son,
> Roger Keeton TROLLIP (*1952).
> Roger married Rosemary REED in 1988 at Cradock. I would love any details
> pertaining to Roger & Rosemary.
> Annie TROLLIP married Jabez WEEKS in 1857 at Somerset East. They had
> amongst other children, a son Walter Henry Zephen WEEKS (*1859) who
> Ann Maria or Ancie LOVEMORE. Please anyone who has information or
> connections to Henry & Ancie's descendents please contact me. Two sons
> survived to adulthood, namely Jack WEEKS (*1889, farmer "Reed Valley",
> Sandflats) and Alan Lovemore WEEKS (*1894 & moved to Zimbabwe).
> Roland Athol Price TROLLIP married Doris PARR (widow of Oscar EVANS) in
> 1938. I only know of one son, but there could have been other children
> well. The son Douglas Noel TROLLIP (*1939) attended St Andrews,
> Grahamstown. He is apparently a breeder of Border Leicester Sheep near
> Cookhouse and is married. Please HELP as nothing further is known.
> Roland James William TROLLIP (*1854) married Amy Emily Agnes Titterton
> and they had 4 known children.
> A son Noel Roland Price (died in WW1), Roland Athol Price (see above) and
> or maybe more daughters. The daughters names could have been Pamela and
> Margaret. The family spent time in Uppington before moving to Bedford.
> Any leads on these families would be extremely gratefully accepted.
> Thanking you. Joan Hope
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