The Leibbrandt Family Tree



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The South African Leibbrandt Family Tree


The South African Leibbrandt Family Tree
Compiled by Dr. DP Leibbrandt

October 2003
Table Of Contents

Foreword 2

Numbers and numbering system. 2

Notation. 2

Errors and Omissions. 2

Notes 2

References. 2



Key to Document Links 3

Age Analysis 4

Generation Gap 5

The Leibbrandt Coat Of Arms. 6

History of The Leibbrandts. 7

Some Interesting Leibbrandts. 8

The German Leibbrandts. 9

The South African Family Tree 14

APPENDIX A – Untraced Family Members 52

APPENDIX. B – Personal Histories. 67

[9.2258] Hendrik Carel Vos *31/12/1837. +1/1/1911. 67

[11.225544] John Romaine Addison *21/8/1895 +6/6/1983 67

[13.24123222] Douglas Paul *1927 69

Appendix C – Extended Family Members 71

FAMILY Walstra-Leibbrandt 71

Family Spies-Leibbrandt 72

Appendix D – Photographs 73

Alphabetical Index i





Foreword


Please read this to assist your research.

Numbers and numbering system.


Each person is given a number. The first number is the generation after Wolfgang born c1540 on page 1. The second set of numbers is the 'child number'. The author D.P. Leibbrandt's number is 13.24123222, the 13th generation after Wolfgang and is the 2nd child, of the 2nd child, of the 2nd child, of the 3rd child and so on. For large families of more than 9 children, dots are used to clarify: e.g. Ursula Leibbrandt 11.2258.12.22 is the second child of the second child of the twelfth child, of the eighth child etc.

There are three 'lines' of South African Leibbrandts. The Johann Sebastiaan line with a number **.22****, the Johann Michael line with a number **.24***, and the Johann Conrad line with a number **.25****. Thus the relationship can be seen at a glance at two Leibbrandts numbers.

The POS NO relates to the Appendices as well as the above numbering system. Thus BANTJES Eliza Jane POS. Number BAF 1858 page A25, one would find in Appendix A page A25, with a heading BAF 1858. Similarly for the other Appendices B, C, D.

Notation.


*

Birth date

+

Death Date

x

Marriage date

xx

2nd Marriage date etc.

=

Christened Date

c

Circa (approximate)

Errors and Omissions.


While every effort has been made to find errors, some may still exist.

Omissions are largely as a result of missing information on death notices and other documents. Word of mouth is very unreliable, and dates given are usually approximate. The use of 'c' (meaning circa) notes an estimated date. Children are usually two years apart and the Generation Gap graph below, has been very useful in tracing a father or grandfather.


Notes


  • This is a one-name study. The other names are given to assist other researchers.

  • Some of the names have 'CC' after the name. This is a designation given by the death notice, and refers to the cape coloureds. Note Venter's book, chapters 2 and 13.

  • Photographs were obtained from relatives and the Archives.

  • The research has been carried out by [13.24123222] Douglas Paul and compiled and edited by his grateful son [14.241232225] Peter Allan.

References.


  • All Archives and Master of the Supreme Court Records with any reference to a Leibbrandt. Archives, Cape, Pretoria, Bloemfontein, Pietermaritzburg. Supreme Courts at the above and Grahamstown, Kimberley.

  • Albany Museum and Cory Library Grahamstown.

  • Argief-Jaarboek vir Suid Afrikaanse Geskiedenis.

  • Personalia of the Germans at the Cape. Dr J Hoge.

  • Genealogies of old S A Families. De Villiers and Pama.

  • Précis of the Archives of the Cape of Good Hope. Rev. H C V Leibbrandt.

  • Under Lions Head by M. Murray. (A.A.Balkema 1964)

  • The Historians History of the World. Volumes 7 and 9.

  • A Profile of Two Million South Africans. A L J Venter.



Key to Document Links


Links between parts of this document are noted in rectangular boxes with page numbers. Readers of the electronic version of this document in Microsoft Word™ can click on the page numbers to hyperlink to that section.

The symbol in front of the page indicates the type of link

 A forward link from a child to his/her own sub-tree

 A backward link from a child to his/her parent’s sub-tree

 A link to a photograph in Appendix D

 A link to a personal history in Appendix B



Age Analysis


Taking only those people where the both the birth and death dates are known, the average age was found to be 55 years. People born after 1929 were also excluded as a significant number of them are still alive. The average was constant, except for the period prior to 1800 where the average was 62, but that could be distorted by inaccurate data.

People who died in the last century lived longer lives, but many also died in the Boer war which dropped their average.



People who lived past 80 years are listed below. Since women have been known to live longer than men in the past, and men outnumber women 128 to 84 in our sample, this has decreased the average.


Name

Birth

Death

Age

Dorothea Susanna SCHEEPERS

1888

1981

93

Catharina Susanna

1886

1978

92

Blanche Maud Magdalene

1877

1967

90

Ellen Johanna COETZEE

1887

1976

89

Lavinia Agnes Emerton

1880

1969

89

John Romaine Addison

1895

1983

88

Maria Magdalena Elizabeth DE WET

1893

1981

88

Petrus Jacobus Sybrand

1896

1983

87

Douglas Herbert

1897

1982

85

Catharina Charlotte Alida MOSTERT

1906

1990

84

Johannes Hendricus

1905

1989

84

Hester Jacoba RETIEF

1896

1980

84

Maria Johanna Petronella

1901

1984

83

Catharina Wilhelmina LE ROUX

1897

1980

83

Joseph

1710

1793

83

Roberts Baden

1900

1982

82

Johannes Sebastiaan Vos

1900

1982

82

James Burchell

1884

1966

82

Johann David

1901

1982

81

Sebastiaan Johannes

1903

1983

80

Percival Fred

1895

1975

80

Maria Magdalena Wilhelmina

1867

1947

80






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