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From: Wally & Elrine Greig <>
Subject: Re: surname interests
Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 15:31:58 +0200
HI, David - To be truthful, I don't really know. The connection is that my
maternal grandfather's sister, Lucy [called Lulu], married one Harry Pike,
and they had 4 children: Gwen, Eileen, Cliff and Claude [a minister of
religion]. Lulu died and "uncle Harry" marrried again in Grahamstown, going
on to have twin daughters. The above Claude Pike lead my maternal
grandfather's funeral service. G'dad was Gervase Wood Saunders and died in
As you can see, I am only starting on the never-ending journey through the
family forests! Any help will be most gratefully accepted...
At 05:29 AM 2/18/00 +0200, you wrote:
>Do you have connections with Tennants and Pike's in Pietermaritzburg?
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Hope Family" <>
>Sent: Friday, February 18, 2000 2:59 AM
>Subject: Re: surname interests
>> 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 as
>> 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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