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St Helena Family History – Do you suspect that your ancestors might have come from St Helena Island?
Browse this website – it includes Census records, military details, passenger records and individual family records. Try this huge indexed collection of records from Argentina documenting the presence of thousands of British and other English-speaking residents there.
Marsh was the shipping editor of the Cape Argus for many years.
Genealogical Institute of South Africa – (GISA) was established to collect and preserve South African genealogical source material. The National Archives of South Africa – The largest repository of archival material in South Africa. The National Library of South Africa – Houses rare, historical books and archival material.
Find lists of names, regiments and medal rolls amongst other interesting things.
The Cape Town Highlanders – Visit the home pages of this Battalion – formed in 1885.
Includes baptisms, marriages, deaths from the Anglican and Scots Presbyterian churches and more… The A2A database contains catalogues from various archive repositories throughout England, dating from the 900s to the present day all searchable on one search engine.
South African Museums (Iziko) – Find out more about the SA Museum, The West Coast Fossil Park, the Slave Lodge, Groot Constantia, the S A National Gallery, S A Maritime Museum, the Bo-Kaap Museum and more….
The Wreck Site – A comprehensive and interesting wreck database – searchable and with many photographs.
Cape Death Notice Index – A searchable database of Death Notices from the Master of the High Court in Cape Town.
The Anglo-Boer War Museum – A well designed website listing campaigns, regiments etc. Anglo-Boer – With over 2500 pages on this website which include pictures, maps, medal rolls, details of all awards for the Boer War and more, this site is definitely worth a visit.
The Asplin Military History Resources Web Page – A superb source of information of particular interest to Victorian military historians and researchers.