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.


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