Tag Archives: St. Andrew’s Anglican Church

Provisional Findings: The QUESNELL Family in Port Nolloth

Perhaps the symbols used in genealogy to indicate various events in an ancestor’s life should be expanded to include one that means “provisional,” which can be used in conjunction with any other symbol to show that more work needs to be … Continue reading

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Catholic Records: The QUESNELL Family in Cape Town

“Put it out there in the universe, and the universe will provide” is a common expression here in Northern California. However, in matters genealogical, I prefer to entrust my difficult-to-resolve long-distance requests to a skilled researcher. Anne Clarkson in Cape Town … Continue reading

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Port Nolloth Pastor: Victor Arthur Nicolas LEWIS (1853 – 1902)

In a previous post, I wrote about Victor QUESNELL, my husband’s uncle who was killed in World War I. Church records indicate that he was probably named for Reverend Victor LEWIS, the priest who baptized him in 1898 at St. Andrew’s Anglican Church … Continue reading

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