Stephanus Naudé
Elisabeth Johanna Smit
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Elisabeth Johanna Meintjes

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Stephanus Petrus Coetzee

Agatha Catharina Wilhelmina Naudé

  • Christened: 1805
  • Marriage: Stephanus Petrus Coetzee on 3 Feb 1829

Agatha married Stephanus Petrus Coetzee, son of Dirk Coetzee and Elisabeth Johanna, on 3 Feb 1829. (Stephanus Petrus Coetzee was born in Pretorius Kloof, Graaff Reinet, South Africa 1, christened on 12 May 1805 and died before 1859 2.)


1 Personal knowledge of Agnes Sophia Denoon Rissik (née Duncan) (RIN. 437). Author of 'Letters to my Grandchildren' (published 1969); Original family tree drawn in 1943 and signed "To dear Aunt Mary with lots of love from Agnes (Aug 1943)". Aunt Mary is Mary Susan Crampton (née Norval) (RIN. 429). A later version of this family tree was included in Agnes Rissik's book "Letters to my Grandchildren" (published 1969).

2 "Eastern Province Marriages," Cape & Natal News transcribed by Trisha McLeod, 1 Dec 1859; online transcription( : accessed 23 Jan 2012);


Oct. 7, at Graaff-Reinet, John Gysbert, second son of W.W. ALEXANDER, to Elsie Sophia, fifth daughter of the late S.P. COETZEE.

Additional text of interest:

WANTED A SCIENTIFIC HANGMAN - Those who are not born to be drowned may congratulate themselves that they can now be hanged upon scientific principles. The commissioner of emigration has been recently sent to Newgate to study under Jack Ketch, and to obtain the very latest improvements for "Swinging off" from this world those who are too bad to live in it. Calcraft, we are informed received the honourable gentleman most civilly and put him up to all the secrets of the infernal art, which have been duly forwarded to the colonial civil engineer, with the newly invented noose and pinions. The commissioner assures the authorities here that a culprit, by the aid of anything like a skilful practitioner, can be disposed of before he knows where he is.

There are no knots to unfasten, as they frequently do when tied by the Cape hangman, for it is not a rare event here to hang a man twice.

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