van Heerden Family

The Genealogy of the van Heerden Family from the Karoo Region of South Africa

 British Concentration Camp & Cemetery, Burgerskamp, Pietersburg, Zoutpansberg, Limpopo, South Africa

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Notes:
Colonel Plummer of the opened the concentration camp shortly after arriving in Pietersburg in 1901. Official opening was 11 May 1901.
It serviced the hole Soutpansberg area north of Marabastad. There was also people from other places as far as Pretoria. The first deaths was in the same month. Please see the link to the casualty list

http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Rhodes/4675/pietersburg/indeks.htm
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Rhodes/4675/pietersburg/628.htm



All Burials in British Concentration Camp, Burgerskamp, Pietersburg, Zoutpansberg, South Africa

  Last Name, Given Name(s) Born Died Buried Spouse(s)
1. Francina Maria Degenaar Mar 1882Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal, South AfricaFind all individuals with events at this location04 Aug 1901British Concentration Camp, Burgerskamp, Pietersburg, Zoutpansberg, South AfricaFind all individuals with events at this locationPotgieter, James Callaghan

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