Clan Munro CrestThe Munros of Pinetown

Their Families, Ancestors and connected families


Obituaries for George Munro the Patriarch of the Munros of Pinetown:-

An Adventurous Life The Obituary of George Munro, as published in The Natal Mercury of 14th March 1923.

The Obituary published on 13 March 1923 in The Natal Daily News.

A Settler's Story - A journey from the Highlands to a new life in the colony of Natal - With acknowledgement to Rory Lynsky for this contribution.

Melancholy Accident - An article published in a supplement to The Natal Witness edition of 18 May 1877, covering the fatal accident to Alice Munro (nee Thring)

If Stones Could Talk - An extract from KEMNAY NEWSLETTER Issue 443 April 2017.

Thorpeville - A Description of Alexander Diack's life in Kemnay from Duncan Downie. From:- Kirkstyle - History of the village of Kemnay

Wreck at Sea - Drummond Castle - A summary of the tragic events of 18 June 1896, in which the Drummond Casle was lost and the effect on the Peacheys, a Tongaat family.

Doctor held prisoner of war A doctor is captured by the Gemans in World War II, and held as a prisoner of war - Arthur Raymond Dearlove.

The Munros of Saltburn and their Descendants The Story of George Munro and Margaret Ross of Saltburn, their children and their families. We follow them through their lives from Scotland to England, Wales and Africa.

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