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Hercules des Prez, SV/PROG

Afrikaans: du Prees, SV/PROG
Also Known As: ""du Preez" Hercules"; des Préz", "Hercules Des Pres of Courtrai", "Hercule"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Courtrai, Flandre, Belgium
Death: before November 22, 1696
De Zoete Inval, Paarl, Caap de Goede Hoop, Suid Afrika
Place of Burial: Paarl, Drakenstein, Caap de Goede Hoop, Suid Afrika
Immediate Family:

Son of Hercule Francois du Pre de Contrai and Catharina Du Pre
Husband of Cecilia d'Atis, SM/PROG
Father of Jacquemine Vivier; Elisabeth du Preez, SM; Hercule des Prez; Marie-Jeanne des Prez, b4 SM; François-Jean des Prez and 3 others
Brother of Marie-Jeanne Des Prez and Elizabeth Des Prez

Occupation: Kleremaker, boer
Managed by: Dennis Anthony Burger
Last Updated:

About Hercules des Prez, SV/PROG

Surname changed from "DES PREZ" to "DU PREEZ". Born in Kortijk, Courtrai, the district of Artois. Later from Vlissingen, Netherlands French Refugee, arrived at the Cape 1688 on the ship "De Schelde" with his wife Cecilia (Cécile) and four children. In 1692 he baught the farm "De Zoete Inval".( IN 1692 THE FARM DE ZOETE INVAL WAS AWARDED TO HIM ) never bought it Occupation :- Tailor

SOURCE: Hugenote Familieboek; Ref DU PRE, DEPREZ, DES PRES; (now know as "Du Preez"); Page 71. Genealogies of old S.A. Families; Ref DU PREEZ; Page 723; Entry a1. Stamregister van die S.A. Volk; Page 55; Line 3 & 4. Downloaded from FamilySearch Ancestral File in terms of the AFN code. NOTES: Arrived in 1688 on board the ship "Schelde" Surname also known as "DU PRE" In 1692 he was granted the farm "Den Zoeten Inval" (today this farm is the Paarl Railway Station)

DES PRES, DU PREEZ, DU PRE FRENCH REFUGEE ARRIVED 1688 ON THE SCHELDE WITH WIFE AND 4 CHILDREN. IN 1692 THE FARM DE ZOETE INVAL WAS AWARDED TO HIM (PAARL) - NOW THE PAARL STATION HE WAS A TAILOR AND LATER A FARMER HE DIED 7 YEARS AFTER ARRIVAL UPON ARRIVING AT TABLEBAY HIS YOUNGEST CHILD WAS BAP ABOARD THE SHIP.

OF THE 23 PEOPLE WHO BOARDED THE SHIP ONLY 14 SURVIVED THE DE SCHELDE LEFT FROM VLISSINGEN, NETHERLANDS.

6 SEP 1718 HELPED TO LAY THE CORNER STONE OF THE NEW CHURCH DRAKENSTEIN - HE HAD PREVIOUSLY BEEN A DEACON


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NGK Drakenstein Baptisms 1694-1732 NGK Drakenstein Baptisms 1694-1732 Last Edited 26/07/2018 Birth* Hercules des Prez was born in 1645 in Courtrai, Flandre.1

Marriage* He married Cecilea d'Atis circa 1669.1

Death* He died before 22 November 1696 de Caep de Goede Hoop.2,1

Inventory* Hercules's estate was inventoried on 22 November 1696 Drakenstein, de Caep de Goede Hoop.2 Family Cecilea d'Atis b. 1650, d. 1720 Children Jacquemine des Prez+9 b. c 1670 Elizabeth des Prez+1 b. 1670 Hercules des Prez+1 b. 1672, d. 9 May 1721 Marie Jeanne des Prez+1 b. 1675 François-Jean des Prez+1 b. 1677 Philippe des Prez+1 b. 1681 (Passenger) ShipVoyage On 19 February 1688 the Schelde departed Wielingen enroute to the Cape where it docked on 5 June 1688. Among those on board were Hercules des Prez, Cecilea d'Atis, Hercules des Prez, Elizabeth des Prez, Marie Jeanne des Prez and Philippe des Prez.3,4,5 (Witness) Signature Between 1690 and 1724, 54 Huguenots signed documents de Caep de Goede Hoop. These signatures were published by Graham Botha in his book The French Refugees at the Cape and can be seen in the attached scan of the relevant page and includes those of Louis de Berault, Hercules des Prez, Jacques Delporte, Jean Durand, Jacques de Savoye, Jacques Nourtier, André Gauch, François Retif, Guillaume Néel, Paul Roux, Daniel Hùgo, David Senecal, Pierre Simond, Jean Prieur du Plessis, Guillaume du Toit, Francois du Toit, Jean le Roux, Jacques Therond, Abraham de Villiers, Jean Gardiol, Jacques de Villiers, Pierre de Villiers, Isaac Taillefert, Jean Taillefert, Jean Gardé, Claude Marais, Estienne Bruere, Daniel des Ruelles, Pierre Rousseau, Jacques Pinard, Estienne Cronje, Jacques Malan, Gabriel le Roux, David du Buisson, Daniel Nourtier, Estienne Niel, Philippe Fouché, Gideon le Grand, Pierre Cronjé, Paul Couvret, Paul le Febvre, Salomon de Gournay, Pierre Vivier, Pierre Jourdan, Estienne Viret, Esaias Engelbert Caucheteux and Jean de Buijs.6 Names in the record, in publications, etc.. An unknown date , the name of Hercules was written in the record as Hercules du Prees. Notes Between 2012 and 2014 journalist and author Max du Preez revealed in an online article and on social media that he is a direct descendant of 'Hercule du Pre/Hercule des Pres'. He also announced that DNA testing done in South Africa revealed that on his "father's side I'm in the E1b1b1c1 [Y Dna] haplogroup". Internationally this haplogroup is known as E-M34 and is prevalent amoung Ethiopians as well as Ashkenazi and Sephardic Jews. Among the famous people known to be in this group are Napoleon Bonaparte and the English physician William Harvey.7,8

Passenger List for Huguenot Ship "De Schelde"

 De Schelde left for Cape February 19, 1688, 140 feet long, arrived Table Bay June 5, 1688, no deaths nor any sickness on board, put in at St. Jago for repairs June 22-30, 1688

- 23 Huguenots - no list

  • Abraham Beluse [Bleuset, Bluse) of Calais, Picardie
  • Hercule Des Prez (Courtrai, Flandres)
  • Cecilia Datis du Preez (Courtrai, Flandres)
  • Elizabeth Des Pres (age 18)
  • Hercule Des Pres Jr. (age 16)
  • Marie-Jeanne Des Prez (age 13)
  • Francois-Jean Des Prez (age 11)
  • Jacqueline Des Prez (age 9)
  • Philippe Des Prez (age 7)
  • Suzanne De Vos
  • Antoine Gros, Dauphine
  • Pierre Jacob (of Calais)
  • Suzanne Jacob (age 17)
  • Daniel Jacob (age 15)
  • Sara Jacob (age 11)
  • Marie Le Fevre
  • Guillaume Nel
  • Jean Nel (age 1)
  • Jeanne Nel (age 1/2)
  • Charles Prevost
  • Abraham Prevost (age 17)
  • Anne Prevost (age 6)
  • Elisabeth Prevost (age 5)
  • Jacob Prevost (born at Table Bay)
  • Daniel Terrier

Source: Coertzen, Pieter - "The Huguenots of South Africa 1688-1988", Tafelberg Publishers Limited, Cape Town, 1988

Des Prez in Boucher

North-west of Ath is Courtrai in Flanders, a town on the Lys associated with the Des Prez family which reached the Cape on the Schelde in 1688. Courtrai was held by the French between 1668 and 1678. ..The Des Prez party consisted of Hercule des Prez, born about the year 1645, his wife Cecile (Cecilia) Datis, some five years his junior, and six children: Hercule, Elisabeth, Jacquemine (Jacomina), Marie-Jeanne, Philippe and Francois-Jean. The place of origin of the Des Prez family is uncertain, but Athis southwest of Mons may provide a clue to the earliest beginnings of the Datis family. Later generations would certainly not have remained confined to the village from which they presumably took their name and it is interesting to find in the church registers of Oostburg in the United Provinces a reference in 1748 to the marriage there of a Marie-Catherine Dathee (sic) from the Saint-Quentin generality of Picardy.

It is, however, certain that the Des Prez family was living in the Courtrai district when the town was a French possession. The daughter Elisabeth was baptized in the Sint-Maartens church there on August 31, 1670, with Charles Loridon and Ludovica (Louise) Pittens as godparents. In the same church on July 4, 1677 Francois-Jean was christened, taking the name of his godfather Francois Loridon. The godmother on that occasion was Jeanne, or Johanna van Neste, of a family well represented in the local church registers. It is probable that, as with other French-speaking settlers from Flanders, the Des Prez party was at home in the Flemish language.

The family must also have lived at some time in Bethune in the province of Artois, since it is known that Marie-Jeanne des Prez was born there. If the date of her birth, 1675, is correct, this would indicate a temporary move there from Courtrai. It is possible that Philippe des Prez was also born in Bethune, as he gave the name Artois to his farm in the Land van Waveren. On the other hand, this could be taken to indicate that the Des Prez family had its origins in that province. It is also evident that Hercule des Prez and his wife were once resident in Lille, where Jacquemine was born. Graham Botha gives Courtrai as the birthplace of both Hercule des Prez and his son of the same name, but no confirmation of this has been discovered.

Hercule des Prez and his family were at Flushing in Zeeland by 1686, together with his wife’s brother Nicolas Datis. On August 29 of that year the two men applied to the municipal authorities to join the Sint- Jans guild of tailors without payment of the usual charges. The request points to the necessity of guild membership for obtaining remunerative employment as an artisan, as well as to the financial difficulties in which so many refugee families found themselves. It also provides evidence of the trade followed by the Cape settler, an occupation in keeping with his background in the textile centres of the north-east. The Flushing authorities were prepared to accept the applicants as paying members and to admit them to citizenship when they had taken the required oath.

The refuge in Flushing enabled Hercule des Prez and his wife to practise openly the Calvinist faith and on February 11, 1688, eight days before they sailed with their children on the Schelde, they were given an attestation of membership by the minister and elders of the Walloon church in Flushing. They had, in the words of the document, “fait ouverte profession de la Religion Reformee, et vescu avec edification au milieu de nous, frequentant les sainctes assemblies et participant au Sacrement de la saincte Cene du Seigneur”. The attestation was signed by the pastor Andre Lombard and, in the name of his colleagues, by the church elder Daniel de Groot.

… The voyage to the Cape on the Schelde brought the Des Prez and Prevost families close. Elisabeth des Prez stood godmother at the shipboard baptism of Jacob Prevost, with the ship’s captain as godfather; Philippe des Prez was later to marry Charles Prevost’s daughter Elisabeth.

  • Boucher.M (1981). French speakers at the Cape: The European Background. Pretoria, UNISA. CHAPTER NINE Cape settlers V: from Flanders to Alsace on the turbulent frontier pp269-271
The First Du Preez's in South Africa     

Hercules, the Du Preez forefather, was married to Cecilia d'Atis (1650-1720). On April 18, 1690, Hercules des Prez received 510 Gulden from the Dutch East-Indian Company. He lived on the farm De Zoete Inval. (De Soete Inval), now Paarl station and east of it. The farm was promised to him in 1692 and formally allocated 15/10/1697. Hercules died in 1695 whereafter Cecilia D'Atis married Pierre Dumont.

Children:

a) Elizabeth (born 1670): Marries Pieter Jansz van Marseveen (Marcevene) Children: Anna (marries Abraham Prevost), Cecilia (marries Charles du Plessis), Pieter.
b) Hercule (1672 - 9 May 1721): Member of "Hof van Landdrost en Heemraad van Stellenbosch", captain of the "Burgher Kavallerie". Refuses to appear in court for his opposition against Governor Willem Adriaan van der Stel. He is sentenced in his absence to five year in exile in Mauritius and a fine of £41 13s 4d. Certified incapable ever to hold a public or military position. Arrested on February 4, 1707. Released together with Adam Tas and other "burgers" shortly before departure to Mauritius. Sign his name as "des Pres".

Hercules, the Du Preez Married to:

1. Marie le Febre (Fevre) (1651-1701). 1 son and 1 daughter.
2. Cornelia Villion (Viljoen).


SIBLINGS

  • Jacquemine des Prez b. c 1670 - Jacquemina (Jaquemine)(1679-?) From Lille in Flanders. Married to Abraham Vivier. 4 Sons and 5 daughters.
  • Elizabeth des Prez+ b. 1670
  • Marie-Jeanne (born 1675 or 1678): Married to Jaques Therand (Jacques Theron from Nismes)(1668-1739). Call her self as "from Bethun"‚ in her will. 5 Sons and 3 daughters.
  • Francois-Jean (born 1677) Married to Marie Cordier. Two sons.
  • Philippe (born in Kortryk, 1681) Fled from Bethuné‚ in Artois. Live on the farm De Klippenvallei (Klip Vallei), currently the area North-east of the sportsfields in Wellington. Allocated 1699. Owns also Artois and De Hoop in Land van Waveren below the Witsenberge, near Wolseley, in the Tulbagh district (both allocated 1714). He married Elizabeth Prevost in 1696 (born 1683, daughter of Charles Prevost: she came to the Cape from Marcq (Marck) near Calais with a brother and sister).

Source: The first Du Preez's in South Africa (http://mysite.mweb.co.za/residents/dpreezg)


http://mysite.mweb.co.za/residents/dpreezg/

Du Preez history 1050-1688

The meaning of the name Du Preez is "man from the house at the meadows". The Du Preez family originates from the region between the Schelde and Somme rivers in Flanders. They originally wrote the name as Des Prez and also Des Pres.

The surname is in existence for more than 900 years. The earliest bearer of the surname was Lambert de Pre, born around 1050 and who was seneschal of Luik. His descendants inherited the surname. Another well known du Preez was the famous Renaissance composer, Josquin des Prez, 1440-1521.

Google Earth coordinates- Kortrijk: 50°49' 40.79"N 3°15'54.10"E Vlissingen: 51°26' 46.68"N 3°34'58.54"E


Events leading to arrival in South Africa

The Edict of Nantes, a decree giving partial religious freedom to the Huguenots (French Protestants), was proclaimed by Henry IV, king of France, in 1598 and revoked by Louis XIV in 1685.

When the edict was revoked, hundreds of thousands of Huguenots were forced to flee France and take refuge in Protestant countries. Hercules des Prez (1645-1695) fled with his family from Kortrijk or Courtrai, a town in the south western Belgium of today, in West Flanders Province, to the Netherlands.

The Dutch East-Indian Company organised the journey in their ship of 140 ft., de Schelde. Hercules, with his wife and four children, departed on 19 February 1688 from Vlissingen in the Netherlands and landed at the Cape of Good Hope on Saturday, 5 June 1688.


http://www.archive.org/stream/frenchrefugeesat00both/frenchrefugees...

A most exciting voyage was experienced by the Schelde, a

boat of one hundred and forty feet long. She brought out

twenty-three French Refugees, men, women and children.

Seven or eight days out at sea a terrible storm sprang up,

and the skipper was compelled to put into St. Jago. On her

arrival at Porto Prayo, he was told that on the previous day

an English pirate ship had captured three ships belonging to

the English, Portuguese and Dutch respectively. She sailed

away almost immediately, and when five days from the Cape

ran into another storm. ^ On board were several members

of the des Pres family.

Hercule of Cortryk, now Courtrai, arrived in 1688

in the Schelde with his wife Cecilia D'Atis and

four children. In 1690 he received help for

himself and five children. He must have died

about 1695. In the inventory of his deceased

estate he is stated to have left six children. The

widow remarried Pierre Dumont, q.v. Descen-

In June a piece of ground, on which the

present church at the Upper Paarl stands, in extent 5

morgen 150 square feet, was surveyed by Mr. Evert Walraven

Cochins, the Government engineer and surveyor. It extended

on the north to the Drakenstein parsonage, east to the Berg

River, south to the place of David SenechaP and west to

the wagon road, now the main street of that place.^

A churchyard was marked off in the form of a square,

each side of which measured 35 square roods, and in the

middle it was decided to build the church, lengthwise to the

north and south. ^ On the 6th September, 1718, the first

stones were laid by Monsieur du Toit, who was followed by

the churchwardens and two Heemraden, Fran9ois du Toit

and Jacob Theron ; then the ex-elders Pieter de Villiers,

Claude Marais and Pieter Rousseau, as well as the ex-deacons

Paul Roux, Hercules des Pres and Pieter Taillefert. The

building was consecrated in June, 1720.^

Before the church was completed it was found that there

were not enough pews for the ladies, as it was customary

for the men and women to sit apart during divine service.

It was therefore decided that each lady was to bring her

own seat, and in order to prevent any disputes the first row

nearest the pulpit was to be set aside for the wives of church-

wardens and Heemraden in office ; the next row for the

wives of ex-churchwardens and Heemraden and then, if there

was not enough room, they were to be placed in the third row

in which the old ladies and the respectable persons sat. AU

others were to be placed in order by the sexton as they were

brought in, and each chair was to have the name of the owner

distinctly marked on it.' Four shillings and twopence was paid

for each chair placed in the care of the sexton, half of which

went towards repairs and the other to the sexton.

dants of Hercule des Pres. The children were


Van Kortryk, Franse vlugteling

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Bronne/Sources:

1.Judi Maras-Meyer registers.

2. Geslagregister van Vroeë Kaapse families - Cor Pama

­du PREEZ

Hercule des Pres

of du Pré v. Kortryk, Franse Vlugteling, Aank. 1688 op die skip "Schelde" met sy vrou Cecilia d'Atis en vier kinders; † omstr. 1695. In 1692 is die plaas "De Zoete Inval" aan hom toegeken,

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Kortrijk (official name in Dutch, pronounced [%CB%88k%C9%94rtr%C9%9B%C9%AA%CC%AFk]; French: Courtrai, pronounced: [ku%CA%81t%CA%81%C9%9B]; Latin: Cortoriacum) is a Belgian city and municipality located in the Flemish province West-Vlaanderen.


Date of death needs source - Stamouers and SAG both say about 1695

Hercule du PRE/des PRES (vandag bekend as du PREEZ), gebore 1645, van Cortryk (Courtrai) was 'n Franse Hugenoot wat in 1688 met sy vrou Cecilia D'ATIS na SA gekom het op die Schelde vanaf Vlissingen in Nederland. In 1690 het hy finansiele hulp vir homself en 5 kinders ontvang. Hy het homself in 1692 gevestig te De Zoete Inval, Paarl, en is omstreeks 1695 oorlede, en het 3 seuns en 3 dogters nagelaat.

1. Phillipe * 1681 Courtrai x Elizabeth Prevot, landbouer, gevestig te Klipvallei, Wamakersvallei en De Hoop en Artois (1714), Tulbach. Hy het 'n groot gesin gehad.
2. Hercule * Courtrai 1672, was lid van die kollege van landdros en heemrade van Stellenbosch en kaptein van die burger-kavallerie. Gevestig te De Zoete Inval, Paarl. x Marie le Febre xx Cornelia Villion (Viljoen) + 9/5/1721 3. Jacquemina x Abraham Vivier 4. Maria Johanna x Jacques Theron 5. Elizabeth x 25/7/1688 Pieter Jansz van Marsevene 6. Francois x Maria Cordier, boer op Hexenberg, Wagenmakersvallei.

Verwysings: De Villiers/Pama Heese/Lombard Verwysingsmateriaal, Boksburg biblioteek Verwysingsmateriaal, Springs LDS FHC biblioteek

Saamgestel deur: Martina Louw (nee van Breda) Kennethl@xtra.co.nz

The date on the Geni profile is the date that is given on Lucas RINKEN's eSAGI CD 3.50. His reference is the DE WET family genealogy and he notes that the DE WET file confirms the date - Y 13/12/2010



of du Pré van Kortryk, Franse Vlugteling, aankoms: 1688 op die skip Schelde met sy vrou Cecilia d'Atis en vier kinders. In1692 is die plaas "De Zoete Inval" aan hom toegeken.


Source: http://southafrica.mypeoplepuzzle.net/

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The Huguenot Heritage. The story of the Huguenots at the Cape by Lynne BRYER and Francois THERON. Chameleon Press. 1987. ISBN 0 620 11390 1

Page 36

Ship no. 4 Schelde

140 feet

Dates of sailing and arrival unknown

DES PREZ, Hercule (45) (Flanders)

Cecile DATIS, his wife

Their 6 children

(The name was variously written as DES PREZ, DES PRES, DU PRES and DU PRÉ)

[DU PREEZ]

Added by Y. DROST, 6 NOV 2015

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GEDCOM Note

Category:Cape_of_Good_Hope_Project_Needs_Validation
Category:Huguenot_Migration Category:Cape_of_Good_Hope_Project_Needs_Bio_Integration
Cape of Good Hope Stamouer-Progenitor
{{Huguenot Ancestor|name= Hercules des Prez|addinfo=
He found refuge in the Dutch Cape Colony. }}

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:: Du Preez geskiedenis 1050-1688
::"Die naam Du Preez beteken "man van die huis by die weiland". Die familie Du Preez van Suid-Afrika kom oorspronklik vanuit die streek tussen die riviere die Schelde en die Somme in Vlaandere. Hulle het hulle naam aanvanklik Des Prez en ook Des Pres geskryf. ::Die van bestaan al vir meer as 900 jaar lank. Die vroegste draer vandie van was Lambert de Pre, wat teen ongeveer 1050 gebore is en wat seneskalk van Luik was. Sy nageslag het die van oorgeërf. 'n Anderbekende du Preez, was die beroemde Renaissance komponis, Josquin des Prez, 1440-1521."<ref name="text22">Source: http://mysite.mweb.co.za/residents/dpreezg/ (seen July 5, 2014). Entered by Van der Walt-440 | Philip van der Walt.</ref>Citation Needed ::Die Du Preez voorouers het iets saamgebring wat na meer as 300 jaar nog in die Kaapse staatsargief bewaar gebly het: die attestaat wat dieFranstalige Waalse kerk in Vlissingen<ref name="text45">Waalse Gemeente te Vlissingen (1584-1823). Op 13 mei 1823 besloot koning Willem I de Waalse Gemeente te Vlissingen op te heffen, en te doen opgaan in de Nederduitse Hervormde Gemeente aldaar. De uitvoering van dit Koninklijk Besluit werd door de Waalse kerkeraad van Vlissingen vertraagd, zodat de koning op 1 juni 1825 zijn bevel moest herhalen, waarna het eindelijk werd opgevolgd, 1823, 1825. Source: Zeeuws Archief 202.61 Tentoonstelling Hugenoten in Zeeland Catalogus 7. Waalse Gemeente te Vlissingen (1584-1823) NB: Bruikleen: Bibliothèque Wallonne, archief, inv.nr 516. (seen July 5, 2014). Entered by Van der Walt-440 | Philip van der Walt.</ref> aan hulle gegee het as 'n soort getuigskrif. (Kyk foto). Geen ander Suid-Afrikaanse Hugenote familie beskik vandag nog oor so iets nie. :: Die attestaat lees vertaald: ::Ons, predikant en ouderlinge van die Waalse Kerk van Vlissingen, sertifiseer hiermee dat Hercule des Pres en sy vrou openlik die Gereformeerde Geloof bely het en met toenemnde vroomheid onder ons gewoon het, die heilige byeenkomste bygewoon en aan die Sakrament van die Heilige Avondmaal deelgeneem het. Gevolglik versoek ons ons hooggeëerde broederleiers van die ander kerke om hulle as lede van die kerk van JesusChristus te erken, in die vertroue waarvan ons hierdie getuienis onder ons gebruiklike stempel onderteken het. Gedaan tydens 'n kerkraadsvergadering hierdie 11de dag van die maand Februarie 1688. (Get.) Lombard, Predikant. (Get.) Daniel degroote, Ouderling namens almal (op diekerkraad)."<ref name="text22">Source: http://mysite.mweb.co.za/residents/dpreezg/ (seen July 5, 2014). Entered by Van der Walt-440 | Philip van der Walt.</ref>Citation Needed ::"Hercules, die Du Preez stamvader, was getroud met Cecilia d'Atis<ref name="text27">"'n Tyd gelede is hier op die forum geskryf oor dieVan Loveren wynlandgoed wat na Christina van Loveren, die Van Zyl stammoeder vernoem is. Nou sien ek vanoggend my verloofde het 'n bottel D'Athis by die huis aangebring. ::Die etiket agterop vertel kortliks die storie van Hercules du Preez en sy vrou Cecilia d'Athis en dat sy die eerste vroue wynmakerin SA geword het na hy haar 8 jaar na hul aankoms aan die Kaap ontvalhet.... ::Ek bespeur 'n nuwe tendens van wynbemarking ..." Jaco Strauss. (Reference: -a ; Change: 11 Feb 2007, 13:41. Family Note)</ref><ref name="text28">Olivier-378|Amanda Calitz.</ref> (1650-1720). Op 18 April 1690 ontvang Hercules des Prez 510 Gulden van die Hollands Oos-Indiese Kompanjie. Hy woon op die plaas De Zoete Inval. (De Soete Inval), nou Paarlstasie en oos daarvan. Die plaas is in 1692 aan hom toegesê en formeel toegeken 15/10/1697. Hercules sterf 1695.<ref name="text29">Enteredby Meyer-2493 | Pieter Meyer, Apr 14, 2013.</ref> Cecilia D'Atis trou na Hercules se dood met Pierre Dumont. ::Kinders: :# Elizabeth (gebore 1670): Trou met Pieter Jansz van Marseveen (Marcevene) Kinders: Anna (trou met Abraham Prevost), Cecilia (trou met Charles du Plessis), Pieter. :# Hercule (1672 - 9 Mei 1721): Lid van Hof van Landdrost en Heemraad van Stellenbosch, kaptein van Burgher Kavallerie. Weier om in die hof te verskyn weens sy teenkanting teen Goewerneur Willem Adriaan van der Stel. Word in sy afwesigheid tot vyf jaar ballingskap in Mauritius en 'n boete van £41 13s 4d gevonnis. Word onbevoeg verklaar om ooit 'n politieke of militêre posisie te beklee. Hy word op 4 Februarie1707 in hegtenis geneem. Hy word egter saam met Adam Tas en ander burgers vrygelaat kort voordat hulle na Mauritius sou vertrek. Teken sy naam as "des Pres". Getroud met: 1. Marie le Febre (Fevre) (1651-1701). 1 Seun en 1 dogter. 2. Cornelia Villion (Viljoen). :# Marie-Jeanne (gebore 1675 of 1678): Getroud met Jaques Therand (Jacques Theron van Nismes)(1668-1739). Noem haarself as "van Bethun"‚ in haar testament. 5 Seuns en 3 dogters. :# Francois-Jean (gebore 1677) Getroud met Marie Cordier. Twee seuns. :# Jacquemina (Jaquemine)(1679-?) Kom vanaf Lille in Flandre. Getroud met Abraham Vivier. Het 4 seuns en 5 dogters. :# Philippe (gebore te Kortryk, in 1681) Vlug vanaf Bethuné‚ in Artois. Woon op die plaas De Klippenvallei (Klip Vallei), tans die gebied Noordoos van die sportveld op Wellington. Toegeken 1699. Hy besit ook Artois en De Hoop in Land van Waveren onder die Witsenberge, naby Wolseley, in die Tulbagh distrik (albei toegeken 1714). Hy is in 1696 getroud met Elizabeth Prevost (gebore 1683, dogter van Charles Prevost: sy het saam met 'n broer en 'n suster van Marcq (Marck) naby Calais gekom)."<ref name="text22">Source: http://mysite.mweb.co.za/residents/dpreezg/ (seen July 5, 2014). Entered by Van der Walt-440| Philip van der Walt.</ref>Citation Needed :: Hercule du PRE/des PRES (vandag bekend as du PREEZ), gebore 1645, van Cortryk (Courtrai) was 'n Franse Hugenoot wat in 1688 met sy vrou Cecilia D'ATIS na SA gekom het op die Schelde vanaf Vlissingen in Nederland. In 1690 het hy finansiele hulp vir homself en 5 kinders ontvang.Hy het homself in 1692 gevestig te De Zoete Inval, Paarl, en is omstreeks 1695 oorlede, en het 3 seuns en 3 dogters nagelaat.<ref name="text21">May 5, 2013 by Vermaak-85 | Dina Vermaak.</ref> :: 1. Phillipe * 1681 Courtrai x Elizabeth Prevot, landbouer, gevestig te Klipvallei, Wamakersvallei en De Hoop en Artois (1714), Tulbach. Hy het 'n groot gesin gehad.<ref name="text21">May 5, 2013 by Vermaak-85 | Dina Vermaak.</ref>:: 2. Hercule * Courtrai 1672, was lid van die kollege van landdros en heemrade van Stellenbosch en kaptein van die burger-kavallerie. Gevestig te De Zoete Inval, Paarl. x Marie le Febre xx Cornelia Villion (Viljoen) + 9/5/1721<ref name="text21">May 5, 2013 by Vermaak-85 | Dina Vermaak.</ref>:: 3. Jacquemina x Abraham Vivier<ref name="text21">May 5, 2013 by Vermaak-85 | Dina Vermaak.</ref>:: 4. Maria Johanna x Jacques Theron<ref name="text21">May 5, 2013 by Vermaak-85 | Dina Vermaak.</ref>:: 5. Elizabeth x 25/7/1688 Pieter Jansz van Marsevene<ref name="text21">May 5, 2013 by Vermaak-85 | Dina Vermaak.</ref>:: 6. Francois x Maria Cordier, boer op Hexenberg, Wagenmakersvallei.<ref name="text21">May 5, 2013 by Vermaak-85 | Dina Vermaak.</ref>

:: Verwysings: :# De Villiers/Pama :# Heese/Lombard :# Verwysingsmateriaal, Boksburg biblioteek:# Verwysingsmateriaal, Springs LDS FHC biblioteek<ref>Saamgestel deur: Martina Louw (nee van Breda) : Kennethllantic.net Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref><ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref>:: Given Name: Hercules<ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref>:: Surname: des Pres<ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref>:: Name Suffix: SV/PROG<ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref>:: Nickname: "du Preez" Hercules"; des Prez<ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref> A Given name was found in addition to a first name in the NAME tag.<ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref> A suffix was found both in the NAME and in an NSFX tag.<ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 byScholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref>:: Hercules /Du Preez/<ref> Venter-1057 | Wilhelm Venter, Jan 14, 2015. Source: #S5 Page: Ancestry Family Tree</ref>:: Other names for Hercules were Hercules des Pré<ref name="text33">Personal knowledge of Agnes Sophia Denoon Rissik (née Duncan) (RIN. 437). Author of 'Letters to my Grandchildren' (published 1969).</ref><ref name="text32">Elaine Du Preez-Bell Mrs, Genealogy of my Du Preez Family (Betty's Bay, Western Cape: Private, 2012), Pg. 17.</ref><ref name="text33">Personal knowledge of Agnes Sophia Denoon Rissik (née Duncan) (RIN. 437). Author of 'Letters to my Grandchildren' (published 1969).</ref>and Hercules du Pres.<ref name="text33">Personal knowledge of Agnes Sophia Denoon Rissik (née Duncan) (RIN. 437). Author of 'Letters to my Grandchildren' (published 1969).</ref>:: Hercule Francois du Pre de Contrai<ref name=SARIE> Added by De_Vos-247|Sarie Scheepers</ref>

Birth ===:: Date: Hercules du Preez was born in 1645. He was the son of du Pré-19|Unnamed Father du Pré.<ref name="text21">May 5, 2013 by Vermaak-85 | Dina Vermaak.</ref> Hercules was born about 1645.<ref name= "text45">Du Preez-385 | Francois Neil Du Preez, Thursday, January 30, 2014.</ref><ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 |Karina Mulder.</ref><ref name="text32">Elaine Du Preez-Bell Mrs, Genealogy of my Du Preez Family (Betty's Bay, Western Cape: Private, 2012), Pg. 17.</ref><ref name="text35">Cornelis Pama Dr., Die Groot Afrikaanse Familienaamboek, ISBN 0 7981 1561 0 (Cape Town, South Africa: Human & Rousseau, 1983), 105.</ref><ref name="text-1057"> Added by Venter-1057 | Wilhelm Venter, Jan 14, 2015</ref>:: Place: Contrai, West-Vlanderen, Belgium / Flanders, France<ref name="text-1057">Added by Venter-1057 | Wilhelm Venter, Jan 14, 2015</ref><ref name="text21">May 5, 2013 by Vermaak-85 | Dina Vermaak.</ref><ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref><ref name="text-1057"> Added by Venter-1057 | Wilhelm Venter, Jan 14, 2015</ref>

Occupation ===:: Huguenot tailor / farmer, Drakenstein, Cape Province <ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref>

Marriage

:: Children::# > a) Elizabeth (born 1670): Marries Pieter Jansz van Marseveen (Marcevene) Children: Anna (marries Abraham Prevost), Cecilia (marries Charles du Plessis), Pieter. :# > b) Hercule (1672 - 9 May 1721): Member of "Hof van Landdrost en Heemraad van Stellenbosch", captain of the "Burgher Kavallerie". Refuses to appear in court for his opposition against Governor Willem Adriaan van der Stel. He is sentenced in his absence to five year in exile in Mauritius and a fine of £41 13s 4d. Certified incapable ever to hold a public or military position. Arrested on February 4, 1707. Released together with Adam Tas and other "burgers" shortly before departure to Mauritius. Sign his name as "des Pres".<ref>In June a piece of ground, on which the present church at the Upper Paarl stands, in extent 5morgen 150 square feet, was surveyed by Mr. Evert Walraven Cochins, the Government engineer and surveyor. It extended on the north to the Drakenstein parsonage, east to the Berg River, south to the place of David Senechap and west to the wagon road, now the main street of that place. A churchyard was marked off in the form of a square, each side of which measured 35 square roods, and in the middle it was decided to build the church, lengthwise to the north and south. On the 6th September, 1718, the first stones were laid by Monsieur du Toit, who was followed by the churchwardens and two Heemraden, Fran9ois du Toit and Jacob Theron ; then the ex-elders Pieter de Villiers, Claude Marais and Pieter Rousseau, as well as the ex-deacons Paul Roux, Hercules des Presand Pieter Taillefert. The building was consecrated in June, 1720. Before the church was completed it was found that there were not enough pews for the ladies, as it was customary for the men and women to sit apart during divine service. It was therefore decided that each lady was to bring her own seat, and in order to prevent any disputes the first row nearest the pulpit was to be set aside for the wives of church-wardens and Heemraden in office ; the next row for the wives of ex-churchwardens and Heemraden and then, if there was not enough room, they were to be placed in the third row in which the old ladies and the respectable persons sat. [...] others were to be placed in order by the sexton as they were brought in, and each chair was to have the name of the owner distinctly marked on it.' Four shillings and twopence was paid for each chair placed in the care of the sexton, half of which wenttowards repairs and the other to the sexton. Source: French Refugees</ref><ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75| Karina Mulder.</ref> Married to: 1.) Marie le Febre (Fevre) (1651-1701). 1 son and 1 daughter. 2.) Cornelia Villion (Viljoen). :# > c) Marie-Jeanne (born 1675 or 1678): Married to Jaques Therand (Jacques Theron from Nismes)(1668-1739). Call her self as "from Bethun"‚ in her will. 5 Sons and 3 daughters. :# > d) Francois-Jean (born 1677) Married to Marie Cordier. Two sons. :# > e) Jacquemina (Jaquemine)(1679-?) From Lille in Flanders. Marriedto Abraham Vivier. 4 Sons and 5 daughters. :# > f) Philippe (born in Kortryk, 1681) Fled from Bethuné‚ in Artois. Lives on the farm De Klippenvallei (Klip Vallei), currently the area North-east of the sportsfields in Wellington. Allocated 1699. Owns also Artois and De Hoop in Land van Waveren below the Witsenberge, near Wolseley, in the Tulbagh district (both allocated 1714). He married Elizabeth Prevost in 1696 (born 1683, daughter of Charles Prevost: shecame to the Cape from Marcq (Marck) near Calais with a brother and sister). Source: The first Du Preez's in South Africa<ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref>

Migration ===:: Date: Arriveer in Kaap die Goeie Hoop 5 Jun 1688 met die skip "De Schelde"<ref name="text-320"> Added by Van Zyl-320 | Pieter van Zyl, May 27, 2013</ref>:: Date: 5 JUN 1688 on board / aan boord De Schelde<ref>De Schelde left Vlissingen for Cape February 19, 1688, 140 feet long, arrived Table Bay June 5, 1688, no deaths nor any sickness on board, put inat St. Jago for repairs June 22-30, 1688. Belonged to the Chamber of Zeeland. Left on 19 February 1688, arrived at the Cape on 29 May 1688(Citation Needed to explain the discrepancies in the dates). Source: Passenger List for 'De Schelde' 1688 Van der Walt-440 | Philip van der Walt,Aug 30, 2014.</ref><ref>Jul 19, 2012 by Klopper-13 | Arrie Klopper.</ref><ref>A most exciting voyage was experienced by the Schelde, a boat of one hundred and forty feet long. She brought out twenty-three French Refugees, men, women and children. Seven or eight days out at sea a terrible storm sprang up, and the skipper was compelled to put into St. Jago. On her arrival at Porto Prayo, he was told that on the previous day an English pirate ship had captured three ships belonging to the English, Portuguese and Dutch respectively. She sailed away almost immediately, and when five days from the Cape ran into another storm. On board were several members of the des Pres family.</ref><ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref><ref name="text33">Personal knowledge of Agnes Sophia Denoon Rissik (née Duncan) (RIN. 437). Author of 'Letters to my Grandchildren' (published 1969).</ref> :: On the passenger list Hercules's name is noted (with the names of his children and his wife):

:* Cecilia Datis du Preez, Courtrai, Flandres :* Hercule Des Prez of Courtrai Flandres :* Elizabeth Des Pres - 18 :* Hercule Des Pres Jr. - 16 :* Marie-Jeanne Des Prez - 13 :* Francois-Jean Des Prez - 11 :* Jacqueline Des Prez - 9:* Philippe Des Prez - 7<ref name="text404">Source: Coertzen, Pieter -"The Huguenots of South Africa 1688-1988", Tafelberg Publishers Limited, Cape Town, 1988 Contributor June 19, 1999 Sonia Tkachuk van Heerden. Source: Passenger List for 'De Schelde' 1688 Van der Walt-440 | Philip van derWalt, Aug 30, 2014.</ref><ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref> :: Another source on this same website gives the names as following: :* Hercule des Pres (1645-1695) and Cécile dÁrtis (1650-1720) :* Isabeau des Prez (1670-aft.1710) :* Hercule des Prez (1672-1721) :* Marie-Jeanee de Prez (1675-1763) :* Francois-Jean des Prez (1677-aft.1712) :* Jacquamine des Prez (1679-1715):* Philippe des Prez (1681-1722)<ref>Sources: mostly Appendix 2 of "Hugenotebloed in ons are" by J.G. le Roux (1992; ISBN 0-7969-0566-5) and"French speakers at the Cape" by M. Boucher (1981, ISBN 0-86981-222-X) Contributor Lesley Robertson Source: Passenger List for 'De Schelde' 1688 Van der Walt-440 | Philip van der Walt, Aug 30, 2014.</ref><ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref>

Death ===:: Date: Exact date: November 22, 1696.<ref name="text-320"> Added by Van Zyl-320 | Pieter van Zyl, May 27, 2013</ref><ref name="text33">Personal knowledge of Agnes Sophia Denoon Rissik (née Duncan) (RIN. 437). Author of 'Letters to my Grandchildren' (published 1969).</ref> Date: 22 NOV 1698<ref name="text21">May 5, 2013 by Vermaak-85 | Dina Vermaak.</ref> Hercule Du Preez passed away in 1695. <ref>Entered by Olivier-378 | Amanda Calitz, Jun 28, 2013.</ref> Before 22 Nov 1697<ref> Hercules died in 1695 where after Cecilia D'Atis married Pierre Dumont. Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref><ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref> Hercules du Preez passed away about 1696.<ref name= "text45">DuPreez-385 | Francois Neil Du Preez, Thursday, January 30, 2014.</ref><ref>Oct 23, 2012 by Dippenaar-12 | Andrew Dippenaar.</ref> :: Age: 50-51<ref name="text-320"> Added by Van Zyl-320 | Pieter van Zyl, May 27, 2013</ref>:: Place: De Zoeten Inval, Drakenstein, Cape<ref name="text-75">Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder.</ref><ref name="text21">May 5, 2013 by Vermaak-85 | Dina Vermaak.</ref>

Imagecaption=Inventory of Hercules du Préé : 1696-11-22 ::Date: before 1696-11-22 ::Event: Death ::Event Place: Cape of Good Hope ::Name: Hercules du Préé ::Residance: Drakenstein::Spouce: Secilia Daties <ref name=Ronel-fs >"Family Search: South Africa Historical Records" Inventory to liquidation and distribution accounts, Probate records : Inventory 1696: (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9BY-H9SV-C?mode=g&i=2...). Seen and entered by Van_Heerden-335|Ronel Olivier Jan 17, 2016.</ref> ::Reference no.: MOOC8/1.19 Testator(s): Hercules du Préé : 22 November 1696: Inventaris en exacte taxatie der roerende en onroerende goederen nagelaten bij den vrijborger van Drakenstein Hercules du Préé, ten voordeelen van sijn nagelaten weduwe Secilia Daties ter eener, en 6 soo mondige als minderjarige kinderen, ter anderen zijde; soo als deselve op dato deses bij de ondergesz: Weesmeesteren, met ge van de voorm: weduwee; met toestaan van haar2 mondige kinderen, Hercules en Philip Dupree, is opgesteld en gewaardeert, bestaande in meenigte en prijs als volgd, namentlijk Een plaatsleggende onder het gebied van Drakensteijn, groot volgens ervgrond briev daar van sijnde, daar bij 40 verkens, wagens, ploeg, eegd, en wat meer van bougereetschap daar op mogt sijn, met weijnig huisraat; <ref name=Ronel>”The Genealogical Society of South Africa: eGSSA branch, South African Records Transcribed. A selection of historical records transcriptions. (http://databases.tanap.net/mooc/) Inventories of the Orphan Chamber Cape Town Archives Repository, South Africa. Seen and entered by Van_Heerden-335|Ronel Olivier Jan 16, 2016.</ref>

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* WikiTree profile Du Preez-67 created through the import of wikitree upload.ged on Jul 19, 2012 by Klopper-13 | Arrie Klopper. User ID:5AD51A7826A1104FB96F2F369FF39D43E684 Prior to import, this record was last changed 29 Sep 2010.


* Du Preez-385 | Francois Neil du Preez, Thursday, January 30, 2014.
* http://gw.geneanet.org/pbosman?lang=en;pz=louise;nz=bosman;ocz=0;p=... <ref name="text28">Olivier-378|Amanda Calitz.</ref>
* WikiTree profile Du Pré-1 through the import of Vermaak Family Site- 05 May 2013.GED on May 5, 2013 by Vermaak-85 | Dina Vermaak. User ID: 9EA90AAF-5C87-4D82-A46D-BA83B9458597 Record ID Number : ID Number: MH:I1350 : 28 JUL 2010 16:17:03 GMT+2* Source: Author: Martin Venter Title: Venter Web Site Text: MyHeritage.com Page: Hercules des Prez
* Geni gives the following information: Hercule du Pre de Contrai; Nicknames: "de Prez" ; Birthdate: circa 1611 ; Birthplace: Camiac-et-Saint-Denis, Gironde, Aquitaine, France ; Death: Died November 22, 1696 in Paarl, Cape, South Africa <ref>Pienaar-305 | Schalk Pienaar, Jul 2014.</ref>
* WikiTree profile Du Prees-2 created through the import of Ancestors_DippenaarAndre_noinfo.GED on Oct 23, 2012 by Dippenaar-12 | Andrew Dippenaar. User ID: 2A49FB84-11F4-4D77-A705-2D4309E5C920 : Record IDNumber: MH:I1499 : UPD 28 JAN 2012 22:59:53 GMT+2
* WikiTree profile Des Pres-2 through the import of export-Ancestors.ged on Jul 31, 2014 by Scholtz-75 | Karina Mulder. Record File Number: geni: 6000000003877602171 : Submitter: Prior to import, this record was last changed 13:06:12 23 JUL 2013. Objects included in GEDCOM: :: File: image/jpeg:: File: SV/PROG flag:: File: Des Pres St De Zoete Inval Paarl:: File: Du Preez Flamilebond Memorial erected 1974:: File: Inscription on memorial De Zoete Inval Paarl:: File: Huguenote Handtekeninge
* WikiTree profile Du Preez-250 through the import of van Zyl.ged on May 27, 2013 by Van Zyl-320 | Pieter van Zyl. User ID: BD4E9EC8-B3E0-45E9-91B5-05E443F690FB Record ID Number: MH:I250
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DES PRES, DU PREEZ, DU PRE FRENCH REFUGEE ARRIVED 1688 ON THE SCHELDE WITH WIFE AND 4 CHILDREN. IN 1692 THE FARM DE ZOETE INVAL WAS AWARDED TO HIM (PAARL) - NOW THE PAARL STATION

On 19 February 1688 the Schelde departed Wielingen enroute to the Cape where it docked on 5 June 1688.

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Hercules des Prez, SV/PROG's Timeline

1645
1645
Courtrai, Flandre, Belgium
1645
Kortrijk, West Flanders, Belgium
1670
August 31, 1670
Courtrai, Flandre, Belgium
1670
Lille, Flandre, France
1672
1672
Flandre, Belgium
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Béthune, Artois, France
1677
July 4, 1677
Courtrai, Flandre, Belgium
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1680
France
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Artois, France