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Genealogy

Genealogy


Genealogy


The Huguenot Memorial Museum have collected data (documents, questionnaires, books) on the genealogies of the Huguenots that came to South Africa. This collection may be consulted at the museum during office hours.

We also undertake genealogical research on the following South African Huguenot families:

  • Blignaut; Bruwer (Bruére);
  • Cilliers (Cellier); Cordier; Cronjé, (Cronier);
  • De Buys (De Bus); De Klerk (Le Clercq); De la Bat; De Lange (Le Long);
  • Delport (Delporte); De Villiers; Du Buisson; Du Plessis; Du Preez (Des Prez); Durand; Du Toit;
  • Faure; Fouché, (Foucher); Fourie (Fouri,);
  • Gouws (Gauch); Gilliomee (Guillaume,)
  • Hugo (Hugot);
  • Jacobs (Jacob); Joubert; Jordaan (Jourdan);
  • Labuschagne (Labuscaigne); La/Le Grange (Grange); Le Riche; Le Roux; Le Sueur; Lombard/Lombaard;
  • Malan; Malherbe; Marais; Maree (Maré,); Minnaar (Mesnard); Meyer; Mouton;
  • Naudé,; Nel (Neél); Nortjé, (Nourtier);
  • Pienaar (Pinard);
  • Retief (Rétif); Rossouw (Rousseau); Roux;
  • Senekal (Sénécal);
  • Terblanche (Terreblanche/Terreblanque); Theron (Therond);
  • Viljoen (Villion); Vivier(s).


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