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Johanna Durand, b1

Also Known As: "Booysen"
Birthplace: Drakenstein, Caap de Goede Hoop, Suid Afrika
Death: July 25, 1773 (58)
Drakenstein, Caap de Goede Hoop, Suid Afrika
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Jean Durand, SV/PROG and Wilhelmina Durand, SM
Wife of Gerrit Booysen, b3
Mother of Booy Booysen, b3c1; Willemina Roos (Boysen); Hermina Aletta Verwey; Jan Louis Booysen; Anna Venter, b3c5 and 5 others
Sister of Susanna Viljoen; Wilhelmina Durand, b3; Jan Durand, b4; Jonathan Durand, b5 and Wilhelmina Christina Durand, SM/b6
Half sister of Petrus Johannes Louw; Jacobus Gideon Louw; Wilhelm Louw b1c4d3; Nicolaas Louw b1c4d4 and Albertus Wynand Louw

DVN: b1
Managed by: Hester Maria Christina Marx
Last Updated:

About Johanna Durand, b1

DVN on Geni!

South African Genealogical numbering system DVN/DVP

Please DO NOT add these to any field other than the Label field, or About

These numbers MUST NOT be added to the surname, added as a middle name or used in a display name. They can be recorded in the "About"

The genealogical numbers used in the South African tree were introduced in the 19th Century by C.C. de Villiers. (DVN or DVP) The old Pama/De Villiers genealogies were used by the HSRC and later GISA to compile the SAG volumes covering the years 1652 to 1830. This set of 17 books were completed in 2011. Then GISA started to produce the new set covering the years 1652 to 1930. This is now called SAF (SA Families).

In this system the genealogical number of the South African Stamouer/progenitor is “a” (although on the South African Geni tree we us SV/PROG instead), and his children are numbered chronologically “b1”, “b2”, “b3” etc.; his grandchildren are the ‘c” generation, great grandchildren “d” and so on. (e.g. b1c3d5e2f5g8 etc.)

Please Note: This numbering system is not obligatory. It is not universally endorsed by everyone. You do not have to add them, but if you do, please respect the request above.

If there was more than one SV/PROG then they would be SV/PROG1/ SV/PROG2 etc. and their family would be numbered SV1b2c6 etc. or SV2b4c6d7 etc.


Drakenstein, Cape of Good Hope, South Africa

1715 Den 23ste Junij Johanna, Dogter van Jan Duran en Willemina van Zijl, getuijgen Willem van Zijl en desselfs huijsvrouw

Marriage to Gerrit Booijsen (b5)

Drakenstein, Cape of Good Hope, South Africa

Den 20 Febr [1735]. Gerrit Booijs van Cabo. Burger aan Drakensteijn J.M. met Johanna Durand van Cabo. J.D.


Cape of Good Hope, South Africa

Cape Death Notifications 1758-1838, Cape Archives, MOOC 6/1, 6/2 and 6/3 1773, page 110 Drakenstein Johanna Durand weduwe Gerrit Booijsen July 25 on

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Johanna Durand, b1's Timeline

January 1715
Drakenstein, Caap de Goede Hoop, Suid Afrika
June 23, 1715
NGK Drakenstein
June 23, 1715
Drakenstein, Cape of Good Hope, South Africa
June 23, 1715
Drakenstein, Cape, South Africa
June 23, 1715
June 23, 1715
April 30, 1736
Drakenstein, Kaap de Goede Hoop, Suid Afrika
September 1, 1737
Paarl, Caap de Goede Hoop, Suid Afrika
May 17, 1739
Kaapstad, Caap de Goede Hoop, Suid Afrika