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The next meeting will be held on:

Saturday November 16 at St John’s Church, Wynberg.  14.15 for 14:30pm

Sigi Howes will give a talk called “Girl Interrupted” (with apologies to Susanna Kaysen): How a little German girl’s childhood was interrupted by the Second World War.”

That little girl was her mother, Maria Margarethe Ruthild Wolf (1933-2017), about whom she knew very little until after she died. Sigi is a historian rather than a genealogist and is the principal of the Centre for Conservation Education in Wynberg, which also incorporates the Education Museum.

 Contact     David 021 715 5104 / 072 782 3597 davidslingsby@telkomsa.net

Ann on 021 782 7277 / 083 6633 463 annsmythe@gmail.com

Visitors welcome; R20.00 per person, or annual membership R100; R150 for a couple.

 Remember to write a paragraph or two for the Newsletter on any aspect of your genealogical research.

Send to Derek Pratt dpratt@mweb.co.za

Members, your help with serving tea or providing eats is appreciated.

We are always looking for extra volunteers

Map and website: www.family-history.co.za

  (Ctrl+click on icon to take you to our Facebook page)  Coords: 34° 00’15.0”S 18° 27’41.8”E

 Just a hint about our Christmas outing – the De Goede Lodge near the Cape Town Gardens and Parliament. Invite to CTFHS and GSSA members and families follows later.

Map and website: www.family-history.co.za

  (Ctrl+click on icon to take you to our Facebook page)  Coords: 34° 00’15.0”S 18° 27’41.8”E

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