Jacob Petrus Celliers

25 February 1827–
Western Cape, South Africa

The Life of Jacob Petrus

When Jacob Petrus Celliers was christened on 25 February 1827, in Western Cape, South Africa, his father, Abraham Albertus Cellier, was 43 and his mother, Zacharia Geertruij Rabie, was 40.

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Family Time Line

Abraham Albertus Cellier
1783–1865
Zacharia Geertruij Rabie
1786–1847
Hendrina Jacomina Celliers
1806–1889
Anna Christina Celliers A1b7c1d2e6
1820–
Abraham Albertus Cilliers
1808–
Dorothea Johanna Cilliers
1812–1894
Jan Bastiaan Cellier
1814–1897
Hester Susanna Celliers
1815–
Abraham Albertus Celliers
1816–
Aletta Cornelia Cellier
1822–
Zacharya Gertruida Cilliers
1825–1891
Jacob Petrus Cilliers
1826–1913
Jacob Petrus Celliers
1827–
Margaretha Johanna Celliers
1830–

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World Events (3)

1852

Sand River Convention. Britain recognizes Transvaal as the independent Afrikaner South African Republic.
1856

Xhosa cattle sacrifices lead to famine.
1867

Diamonds discovered in Orange Free State and Kimberley.

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