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The  next meeting of the

CAPE TOWN FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY

will be held on 

Saturday 18 March 2017 at St John’s Church, Wynberg.  14.15 for 14:30pm

This month we hold our Fifteenth Annual General Meeting followed by a talk by Nigel Fox on “The Machine Guns of Mushroom Valley – the climax to South Africa’s civil war (the Boer Rebellion in 1914)”

Agenda, Minutes and Financials to follow separately.

Nominations for Office Bearers and/or new committee members will be accepted either by email or by mail. The member must have confirmed his/her agreement to stand. The current members of the committee have also indicated their willingness to stand again and are as follows: David Slingsby, Derek Pratt, Sandra Cruywagen, Stephen Peel, Cynthia Winstanly, Cherie Wright, Ann Smythe, Eric Settle.

We require one or two people to volunteer to take over responsibility for the teas, under the guidance of Lucille le Roux and Betty Nelson who have very ably coped with this portfolio for many years.

For further information contact David 021 715 5104 davidslingsby@telkomsa.net

or Ann on 021 782 7277 annsmythe@gmail.com

The AGM is very short, followed by an interesting talk, and we usually have very good attendance, so donations of sandwiches and cakes/biscuits are appreciated for tea, as well as help in the kitchen! Visitors R20.00 per person.

 
 

 

Old genealogists never die, they just lose their census.

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