South Africa—Dutch Reformed Church Registers, 1660–1970 [Part C] [M36R-5LY]
Page 1205 & 1206 Not sure what names go with what. Do these names have anything to do with the previous image and the following image? Very confusing
- In reply to your query for M36R-5LY. I strongly suggest that if you have not been trained in indexing these South African Records. Please do not attempt to index them. These particular records are advanced. Field Help says, "Records in this project are primarily in English, Dutch, and Afrikaans. If you download a batch that is in a language you are uncomfortable indexing, simply return it for someone else to index, and download a new project. Do not mark images in different languages as “No, No Extractable Data” Please return the batch!!
This Batch is from 1800's the writing is terrible and if you are not familiar with the names, please do not index them. The batch is from the Parish registers, Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk, Cape Province, 1845-1899. If you do not know the history and the different years, when the name of the Provinces were changed to it would be a challenge. Looking at the date of the Baptisms. The Province is not Cape Province, these were the years when the Province was called the Cape Colony. I am the trainer for the FB group, "Indexing South African Records on FamilySearch." Please contact me to to be trained. my name is Hannie Nel. If you decide to accept my help, request to join the group and answer all 3 questions.0