It is spelt Scheepers. deborah jenkins wrote:try family records centre glynthurlow wrote: Hi all, I m new
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, Jun 21, 2005
It is spelt Scheepers.
deborah jenkins <debvaljenkins@...> wrote:
try family records centre
glynthurlow <glynthurlow@...> wrote:
I'm new here. I have just joined to help a relative find his grandmothers Birth certificate or proof that she was born on the Island. She married and lived in CapeTown. Her name as far as I nkonw (although the spelling may nit be correct was Fracis SKIPPERS OR SCHKIPAS. Her fathers namewas Jonathan Abraham SCHKIPAS. Will double check with my second cousin or ask him to post himself. He would like to claim dual nationality, and I believe he can if he can proove she was born on the Island. Does anyone know how muich information or proof you need in order to apply for that? He is currently living in the U.K, and has a work permit, but his visa runs out in about 3 months time, so he needs to find out a.s.a.p.
It would be wondeful If anyone can help.
Thank you. Glyn
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