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South African Estate files on the Latter Day Saints FamilySearch web site:
(with thanks to Linda Farreel and Matthew Bode)

Cape Estate Files 1839 to 1950, on the Latter Day Saints FamilySearch web site.
Find the Estate file reference number on NAAIRS and check down the list of films in the link above to find it - usually under the year indiicated on NAAIRS, but may be later.

Transvaal Estate Files (1873 to 1950)
Find the Estate file reference number on NAAIRS and check down the list of films in the link above to find it - usually under the year indiicated on NAAIRS, but may be later.

Natal Estate Files
Find the Estate file reference number on NAAIRS and check down the list of films in the link above to find it - usually under the year indiicated on NAAIRS, but may be later.

Orange Free State Estate Files
Find the Estate file reference number on NAAIRS and check down the list of films in the link above to find it - usually under the year indiicated on NAAIRS, but may be later.

7. Cape (KAB) Estate files, SOURCE MOOC (before 1950) (Indexed on NAAIRS): https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/331262?availability=Family%20History%20Library From finding it on NAAIRS, go straight to the link and scroll down to look for the DN number (reference on NAAIRS). It will be inside a range Click on the little camera and find the image. There is no reference to the image number anywhere, so you'll have to jump around a bit until you find the exact image

South Africa, Dutch Reformed Church Records (Stellenbosch Archive), 1690-2011, Latter Day Saints Web Site, photogrephs of a great many registers from the The NG Kerkargief, Noordwal-Wes, Stellenbosch, South Africa.
There is also an index in the process of being compiled, also called: South Africa, Dutch Reformed Church Registers, 1660-1970. Items found in that index link to the images of the registers pages, but there is no information as to whether these are all completely indexed or not.

Cape Town Baptisms, part of Daniel Jacobs' Gendata web site.  An index of baptisms of various denominations at the Cape (mostly of English speaking people and mostly situated in the Cape Peninsula) as well as some baptisms at the Cape Town Lutheran Congregation. It covers the period 1808 to 1854, but not for every congregation.   To access this database go to GenData and then select the menu item 'Gratis Data' and from the drop down list, 'Engelse Doopseels'. It does not work linked direct from this page.

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