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Rachel Hugo

Female 1741 -


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  • Name Rachel Hugo 
    Born 1741 
    Christened 29 December 1741 
    Gender Female 
    Person ID I2428  Houliston Family Tree
    Last Modified 21 December 2006 

    Father Jacques Hugo,   b. about 1708,   d. 1745  (Age ~ 37 years) 
    Mother Rachel de Villiers,   b. about 1715 
    Married 9 October 1729  Drakenstein, Cape, South Africa Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F1106  Family Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family/Spouse 1 Gabriel Rossouw,   b. 4 March 1733,   d. 9 February 1772  (Age 38 years) 
    Married 4 December 1757 
    Children 
     1. Pieter Rossouw,   b. 1759
    +2. Jacobus Francois Rossouw,   b. 1761
     3. Gabriel Francois Rossouw,   b. 1764
     4. Daniel Rossouw,   b. about 1767
    +5. Rachel Rossouw,   b. 1770
    Family ID F1103  Family Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family/Spouse 2 ? de Villiers 
    Children 
     1. Pieter Jacobus de Villiers
    Family ID F1104  Family Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family/Spouse 3 Jacobus Jordaan,   b. 2 July 1752 
    Married 9 May 1773 
    Family ID F1105  Family Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Photos
    Farmstead of Gabriel Rossouw and Rachel Hugo
    Farmstead of Gabriel Rossouw and Rachel Hugo
    De Doorns House Estate is a declared national monument. The 60 morgen Estate was granted to Gabriel Rossouw in 1759. He must have built a house here, evidently consisting of three rooms in a row, facing west with the kitchen at the north end. The centre room was markedly wider than the orthers. The centre gable is dated 1769 and the outline consists of curves with rather uncommon and somewhat awkward scrolls. The first transfer took place in 1818 to Pieter Jacobus de Villiers, whose initials appear on the back gable, dated 1823. There can be no doubt that De Villiers enlarged the house to the size of its present H-shape. It boasts some very fine yellowwood doors, with stinkwood inlay and elaborate yellowwood architraves. The house was Victorianised during the middle nineteenth century. The homestead, which retained its thatch, is flanked by modernised outbuildings.


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