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From: Janet Melville <>
Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2000 08:46:30 +0200

In the Lady Grey cemetery information there is an EA Joubert nee Church Died
25.12.1919 aged 37 years
Gideon Joubert born 15.2.1853 died 27.3.1934 and Carolina E Joubert nee
Engela born 23.8.1862 died 22.2.1929
You should get the death notice for EA Joubert nee Church. if you cant let
me know and I will see if we can find one on Thursday at the LDS when they
are open

Janet Melville
Computer Assistant
Dept of Computer Science and Information Systems
University of Port Elizabeth
P O Box 1600, Port Elizabeth. 6000
Tel: 041-5042652 W: 041-379-2077
Sel: 082-8011372

-----Original Message-----
From: Dalene Oertel [mailto:]
Sent: 22 February 2000 05:23
Subject: Re: EA JOUBERT (Born CHURCH)

Hallo Anne, Alta and all the friends,

Thanks for your response to my question about E A Joubert (born Church).

Anne, I have noticed the CHURCH families in "SA Genealogies" and also
suspect that
E A Joubert (born Church) was related to Dr. John Charles Church from Aliwal
North. At first I was a bit uncertain because there was another CHURCH
family in the area. However, looking at it again , I realize that she could
not be related to the other CHURCH family because their progenitor, William
Henry Church was only born in 1874.
I have also come across photographs, taken by a photographer, from Lady
Grey, by the name of FW Church. I think he lived about at the same time as
E A Joubert (born Church). I have also not found any details about him,
unless he is from a completely different CHRUCH family whose progenitor is
Matthew James Church. His Photography business was taken over by KRUMBERG
after his death.

Alta, thank you very much for the address of Hennie Joubert. Anne has
identified some of the Jouberts of Lady Grey for me but there are more.
Hennie Joubert might be able to identify E A Joubert (born Church) and even
be able to help me with the Jouberts of Lady Grey.

Dalene Oertel.

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