5 edition of Huguenots of South Africa, 1688-1988 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Pieter Coertzen, contributing author, Charles Fensham.|
|Contributions||Fensham, F. Charles 1925-|
|LC Classifications||DT1768.F73 C64 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||189 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||89131062|
Franschhoek ([fransˈɦuk]; Afrikaans for "French Corner", Dutch spelling before Fransche Hoek) is a small town in the Western Cape Province and one of the oldest towns of the Republic of South is about 75 kilometres from Cape Town and has a population of slightly o people. Since it has been incorporated into Stellenbosch y: South Africa. Huguenots (/ ˈ h juː ɡ ə n ɒ t s / HEW-gə-nots, also UK: /-n oʊ z /-nohz, French:) were a religious group of French Protestants.. Huguenots were French Protestants who held to the Reformed, or Calvinist, tradition of Protestantism. The term has its origin in earlyth-century was frequently used in reference to those of the Reformed Church of France from the time of the.
Topics: Huguenots -- South Africa, Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) -- Religion, Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) -- Church history, Dissertations -- Theology Publisher: Stellenbosch: Author: Pieter Coertzen. Many Huguenots escaped to England, others to Ireland, other European countries, America and South Africa. Huguenots were, on the whole, well received in England. They brought with them skills in finance, industry, medicine, arts and crafts.
Ships Carrying Huguenots to South Africa Ships Passenger List for Huguenot Ship Berg China to South Africa The Berg China left Rotterdam Ma , arrived Table Bay August 4, , feet long, carrying passengers, 19 people died, & 50 sick people on board on arrival in Table Bay. The Huguenots of South Africa – (1st edition) by Pieter Coertzen. Contributing author Charles Fensham; English translation by Peter Grobbelaar. .
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The Huguenots of South Africa, Hardcover – January 1, by Pieter Coertzen (Author)Author: Pieter Coertzen. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Coertzen, Pieter.
Huguenots of South Africa, Cape Town: Tafelberg, Get this from a library. Die Hugenote van Suid-Afrika, [Pieter Coertzen].
Peter Coertzen The Huguenots of South Africa Published: Tafelberg, Cape Town, Edition: First Edition, First Impression. The Huguenots of South Africa, by Pieter Coertzen ISBN ISBN X Hardcover; Cape Town: Tafelberg, ; ISBN Huguenot Society of South Africa; Bryer, Lynne and Theron, Francois.
The Huguenot Heritage. The story of the Huguenots at the Cape. Diep River. Chameleon Press. Coertzen, Pieter. Die Hugenote Van Suid Afrika Cape Town, Tafelberg.
Krige, Ode. Die Hugenote, Ter Viering Van 'n Onblusbare Gees: Nasionale Feeskomitee. HUGUENOT BULLETIN: Since the Huguenot Society of South Africa publishes an annual Huguenot Bulletin during September, in which research Huguenots of South Africa, and especially genealogical articles, appear.
The editor is Ms Biebie van der Merwe. A list of articles which appeared in the Huguenot Bulletin can be downloaded by clicking here.
A CD containing all issues of the Huguenot Bulletin from. Huguenots in South Africa From tosome Huguenots settled in the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa with the sponsorship of the Dutch East India Company.
The contribution of the Huguenots in South Africa. The Huguenots who arrived at the Cape of Good Huguenots of South Africa at the end of the 17th century, consisted of only a fraction of the large-scale Protestant flight from France after the revocation of the Edict on Nantes in Nevertheless their numbers were large enough to have a considerable influence and leave a lasting impression on the young settlement at.
(Pieter Coertzen, The Huguenots of South Africap. ) In the so-called Southern African liberation struggle of the 20th century, Calvinism once again became the target of intense hostility, for it is a testimony to the living God and and a dynamic religion which brings spiritual and moral victory.
On 31 December a group of Huguenots set sail from France as the first of the large scale emigration of Huguenots to the Cape of Good Hope, which took place during and In total some Huguenots from France, and 18 Walloons from present-day Belgium, eventually settled at the Cape of Good Hope.
Bull, Esmé Aided Immigration from Britain to South Africa Camp, Anthony J My Ancestor was a Migrant Chambers, W R Chambers Biographical Dictionary Cloete, Anna Orlandini, 'n Familiegeskiedenis Coertzen, Pieter The Huguenots of South Africa (2 copi es) Cox, Jane Wills, Inventories and Death Duties.
Boucher, M: French Speakers at the Cape in the First Hundred Years of Dutch East India Company Rule: The European background, University of South Africa, Coertzen, P & Fensham, C: The Huguenots of South Africa –, Tafelberg, French Huguenots who emigrated to South Africa.
Fleeing religious persecution of Protestants in France after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes (which had guaranteed their rights), French Huguenots emigrated to countries such as Switzerland. Germany, England, America, and South Africa. The history of the French Huguenots in South Africa started with the edict of Nantes enacted in France in It gave the protestants in catholic France the right to practise their belief freely, have their own church services and keep their French citizenship.
Huguenot Foundation of South Africa, P 0 BoxFranschhoekemail: [email protected], Bulle Proceedings of the 3rd International Huguenot Conference, Stellenbosch Ships Carrying Huguenots to South Africa Ships Passenger List for Huguenot Ship De Schelde to South Africa De Schelde left for Cape Februfeet long, arrived Table Bay June 5,no deaths nor any sickness on board, put in at St.
Jago for repairs June- 23 Huguenots - no list. – Arrival of nearly Huguenots in South Africa. After the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, the Dutch Republic received f topeople. The population of the Dutch Republic was - 2 million.
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The trail of the Huguenots in Europe, the United States, South Africa, and Canada/5(5).1. The Huguenots of South Africa by Pieter Coertzen (Contributing Author Charles Fensham) published in by Tafelberg Publishers Limited, 28 Wale Street, Cape Town.
ISBN 0 X. 2. The French Refugees at the Cape by C. Graham Botha published in .The Huguenot Foundation of South Africa is an umbrella organisation that encompases the controlling boards of three distinct entities, namely the Huguenot Society of South Africa, the Huguenot Memorial Museum and the Huguenot Monument in Franschhoek, South Africa.