Northern Cape Griqua Council

Gauteng Traditional Council at the reburial of Cornelius Kok ii and 34 other griqua bones at Campbell in 2007

The Livingston house was the Missionary house at Campbell,build by David Livingston

The Methodist Church has become The first Griqua school at Campbell, after the children was teach under a tree five hundred meters from this building,later this tree has become the solution between problem seekers,they have called it "die bloed boom" the blood tree

This monument was erect on behalf of the Petersen families who was a great inspiration on education

The Western Cape at the reburial of Cornelius Kok ii and 34 other Griqua bones at Campbell in 2007

Members of the Griqua National Conference boycott the occation

The old Cemetry at Campbell

The Provincial legislature and deligates at the reburial of the bones in 2007 at Campbell

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20.05 | 15:46

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17.05 | 03:46

I am researching my Great Great Grandfather Missionary Christoph Andreas Sass who married an Orlam Kaaitjie Engelbrecht in Silver Fountain 1817. Any help please

17.05 | 03:33

I am doing research of my Great Great Grandfather Christoph Andreas Sass who was a missionary in Namaqualand from 1811 and moved to Captain Cornelius Kok's Kraa

15.05 | 14:16

Thanks Joe

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