Stephanus Estienne du Toit

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About Stephanus Estienne du Toit

Genealogiese/Genealogical #: b8


1. Judi Marais-Meyer registers

2. Emerentia v Rensburg register

3. Geslagregister van Kaapse families - C C de Villiers Vol 1

b2 Stephanus

» 1693, x Debora Marais; x 13.2.1757 Maria Jacobs, wed. v. Pieter Barend Blom

Opgedateer deur Judi Marais - 28/12/2009


Boer Lemietrivier en Soetendal, Wagenmakersvallei. Hy was gebreklik.- Translated to English Farmed at Lemietriver and Soetendal, Tulbagh, He was disabled.

Stephanus was also known as 'Estienne' and farmed on the farms "Soetendal" and "Lemietrivier" in the Wagenmakersvallei.

He was a member of the church council.
According to the will and testament of his parents he was a cripple. It is not known what the problem was or how serious it was. It appears that he was born a cripple and that his parents felt that they were responsible as they favoured him in their will (in addition to receiving the farm "Lemietrivier" he was to receive 800 "Caabse guldens" - more than the shared guldens with the other children). His problem was not too serious, however, as he was married twice and had 12 children. In addition he was also a good farmer.

Stephanus du Toit was part of the settlement of the Dutch Cape Colony. Join: Cape of Good Hope - Kaap de Goede Hoop (1652-1806) Project Discuss: dutch_cape_colony

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Stephanus Estienne du Toit's Timeline

Caep de Goede Hoop, South Africa
August 12, 1727
Cape, South Africa
June 19, 1729
Drakenstein,, Old Paarl Road, Paarl, Cape Winelands, WC, 7625, South Africa
March 4, 1731
August 8, 1734
February 5, 1736
Paarl, Breede River DC, Western Cape, South Africa
December 19, 1738
Drakenstein, Cape, South Africa
January 8, 1739
Paarl, Breede River DC, Western Cape, South Africa