Bringing forth light: five tracts on Bishop Colenso’s Zulu mission; ed. Beaulieu-on-Illovo: Richmond, Natal, its people and history.- Books and Directories Course, L. COWLEY, CECIL Schwikkard of Natal and the old Transvaal. COX, Sir GEORGE The life of John William Colenso, DD, Bishop of Natal. – Cemeteries Commercial Road Cemetery registers – Natal Society Library Cottrell, Mike – Personal Communication Coulson, Charmian. – Journals, biographies, autobiographies, letters Cradock: St Peter’s churchyard – Cemeteries Cradock (Cape) Anglican: St Peter’s – Church registers CRAW, ISABELLA A diary of the siege of Ladysmith … – Journals, biographies, autobiographies, letters Crompton papers – Kwa Zulu-Natal Archives Crowder, Samuel jun.: Reminiscences Typescript. (Killie Campbell Africana Cullingworth, Jeremiah ed. Cato papers – Killie Campbell Africana Library Cavan family Bible (Mrs B. Holman, deceased) – Miscellaneous sources Caversham – Cemeteries CHAMPION, GEORGE Journal of Rev.Tags: Distance Problem SolvingEdith Stein EssaysThesis Statement For 1984Synopsis Of Research PaperAnti Abortion Research PaperCritical Thinking StrategyHuman Resource Management Dissertation TopicsGenetics Research PapersIntroduction To Robert Frost Essay
The story of a parish, 1873–1947; being the history of the Parish of Lower Umgeni, now the Parish of St James, Stamford Hill.
Bulwer – deaths, 1889- 1950 – Official registers of births, marriages and deaths Burke’s genealogical and heraldic history of the peerage, baronetage and knightage …
A one-time Mecca for ornithologists, Natalia, vol.5, 1975, pp.29–35. Cape Town: Balkema, 1972.- Books and Directories CLARK, JOHN Natal settler agent: the career of John Moreland, agent for the Byrne emigration scheme of 1849– 51.
The career of John Moreland agent for the Byrne- emigration-scheme of 1849–51.
BRAMDEOW, SHIRRON Henry Francis Fynn and the Fynn community in Natal, 1824–1988. 606 BRITISH MUSEUM General catalogue of printed books.
BROWNLEE, CHARLES Natal and Zululand fifty years ago: a lecture.
The source lists contain a huge number of acronyms for all sorts of different printed material. Acutt papers – Killie Campbell Africana Library Addison papers – Durban Local History Museum African coast, 1806-1849. (photocopy in Natal Archives) African court calendar and directory for 1823. AGO – Attorney-General’s Office – Miscellaneous depositions- Unpublished Official Papers AKITT, H. Some Natal registers have since been deposited in the Natal Archives, Pmb.) BERNING, J. Index to obituary notices of Methodist ministers, 1815–1920.
Here is a list of some of the most commonly used, along with an explanation: (If some of the acronyms do not have the explanation yet, it will be added in due course) ACHTZEHN, HELMUT G. Zinkwazi Beach and surrounding area, Natal North Coast: history, personalities, developments. ACUTT, ALICE The simple chronicle of a South African family. Government assisted immigration to Natal, 1857–1862.
Byrne, St Mary Magdalene’s churchyard – Cemeteries Byrne’s Emigrant’s Journal and Natal News, no.1, Feb.
Bishop papers – Durban Local History Museum CA – Cape Archives, Cape Town GH 9/3 dated 4.12.1851, Ina list (Lists of unapproved Byrne emigrants) Camperdown – deaths, 1903- 1935 – Official registers of births, marriages and deaths Canner – Canner, John (Deceased) – Personal Communication Cape Archives, Cape Town – MOOC – Wills and death notices Cape of Good Hope.