Clan Munro CrestThe Munros of Pinetown

Their Families, Ancestors and connected families

 

Family Search - The free site of the Church of Latter day Saints. Best source of records for those researching South African family history. These are the links to the profiles of George Munro and Selina Jane Davie on that site. You will need to register for a free account to access records.

Munro Generations - Paul Geoffrey Munro's site - comprehensive if you are interested in our branch of Munro descendants

eGGSA, the online branch of the GSSA - the Genealogical Society of South Africa.

From Aberdeenshire.... A site with details for numerous families from Aberdeenshire - spanning descendants across the world.

The First Fifty Years Project - Angela van Bengale - A site about the early settlement in the Cape, in particular early slaves who are ancestors of many South Africans - Angela is my 8th and 9th great grandmother

Ross & Cromarty Roots | Gravestones Home

British 1820 Settlers to South Africa

Historical Papers, Wits University

A Site with Scottish Gravestone Pictures

FreeBMD Main Page - free access to an index of births, marriages and deaths in England and Wales.

FreeCEN - UK Census Online Project

Search the National Archives of South Africa - NASA

Side by side georeferenced maps viewer - Map images - National Library of Scotland  - A useful site for comparing historic UK maps to current ones.

Scotland's People - The official site for Scottish records. It's not free to get records but is free to search.

Clan Munro Association

Kirkstyle - A site covering the history of teh Village of Kemnay in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Wreck of the Drummond Castle  - Link to an article in English covering the wreck of the Drummond Castle on 16 June 1896, in which 10 members of the Peacheys of Tongaat, Natal party, perished. Molene.fr - Link to another article in French (Can be reasonably well translated using Google translate facility.)

49 Squadron Association - A link to the site of the 49 Squadron Association for those associated with 49 Squadron, Bomber Command, Royal Air Force. Duncan Henry Barrett was a member of this squadron when his plane was shot down. This is a link to his mention in the honour roll on the site: Barrett_D . For more details of his final mission, from the association site go to: Fournier_BM

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