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  • On 19 Mar 2015 at 14:01, Anton Dil mecdiluk@^$1 [afgen] wrote: > Does this > help?http://www.pastmasters.org.au/uploads/2/6/7/5/26751978/namaqualand__a > _chronology.pdf > It does indeed. Thanks very much. -- Steve Hayes E-mail: shayes@^$2 Blog: http://khanya.wordpress.com Web: http://www.khanya.org.za/stevesig.htm Phone: 083-342-3563 or 012-333-6727 Fax: 086-548-2525
    Steve Hayes Mar 19
  • Does anyone know where I can find Arries or Arris Drift across the Orange River between South Africa and Namibia? Google maps shows me Yale University or somewhere in Wales, so that's no good. An ancestor crossed it in July 1862 taking cattle from Damaraland to sell in the Cape, and I'm trying to see the route they took. -- Keep well, Steve Hayes Blog: http://hayesgreene.wordpress...
    Steve Hayes Mar 16
  • I have now completed indexes for three of Lawrence G. Green's books: - Full many a glorious morning - So few are free - Thunder on the Blaauwberg I discovered that the indexes printed in the books themselves are inadequate, as they leave out many people, places and things. Even when people are included, they are sometimes mentioned in other places that are not shown in the index...
    Steve Hayes Mar 16
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  • Some years ago I was in correspondence with Linda Olivier (aka Linda-Lea Olivier) about the LINDHOLM family of Namibia and Namaqualand, but the e-mail addresses I had for her are not working. She was fairly active in genealogical circles 5-10 years ago, and I wondered if anyone had a current address for her. The last address I had for her was olindalea@^$1 com, but that does not...
    Steve Hayes Mar 12
  • Status report: Lawrence G. Green -- Book Indexing Project 9 March 2015 Fay Lea : A taste of South-Easter Steve Hayes: Thunder on the Blaauberg (done) Full many a glorious morning (done) To the river's end (in progress) So few are free (in progress) Lords of the last frontier (proposed) -- Steve Hayes E-mail: shayes@^$1 Blog: http://khanya.wordpress.com Web: http://www.khanya.org.za...
    Steve Hayes Mar 9
  • ...know that > a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the afgen > group. > > > File : /General /Thunder.csv > Uploaded by : hayesstw > Description : Expanded index of "Thunder in the Blaauwberg" and > "Full many a glorious morning" by Lawrence G. Green > > > You...
    Steve Hayes Mar 6
  • On 6 Mar 2015 at 12:36, 'Colin Garvie' cgg@^$1 [afgen] wrote: > Most of Lawrence Green's books including the an Index is freely available > at... Thanks very much for that. I did not know that the books themselves were available for download. That also explains why the index (which I already have) does not give page numbers, as if you download the books in electronic format the...
    Steve Hayes Mar 6
  • A few days ago I mentioned the books of Lawrence G. Green, and that I had found some incomplete and unsatisfactory indexes for them. I have proposed a project for indexing them -- details here: http://t.co/AF58UOuLXW If anyone who has access to any of the books of Lawrence G. Green would be interested in taking part in such a project, please let me know. I hoped it might be...
    Steve Hayes Mar 2
  • ------- Forwarded message follows ------- To: "RW RSA" Date sent: Fri, 27 Feb 2015 20:59:40 +0200 Organization: BS Subject: [SOUTH-AFRICA] Zimbabwe Death Notices (1904-1976) Send reply to: Bart Simon , south-africa@^$1 From: Bart Simon via [ Double-click this line for list subscription options ] Zimbabwe Death Notices (1904-1976): https://familysearch.org/search/collection...
    Steve Hayes Feb 27
  • I've written a review of "To the River's End" by Lawrence G. Green on my blog here: https://hayesgreene.wordpress.com/2015/02/23/to-the-rivers-end/ which also deals with some of the genealogical uses of his books, and links to some other articles with cautions. I also posted links to this article on Facebook, which led to a discussion of indexing Green's books, which several people...
    Steve Hayes Feb 25