BCCDBritish Concentration Camps
of the South African War
1900-1902

Personal Details
Name:Mrs Jacoba Elizabeth Engelbrecht
Other Names:Mrs Petrus Johannes
Born in camp? No
Died in camp? No
Gender:female
Race:white
Marital status:married
Nationality:Transvaal
Occupation:farmer
Registration as head of family:Yes
Unique ID:81312
Camp History
Name:Balmoral RC
Age arrival:39
Date arrival:03/08/1901
Date arrival:4/8/1901
Date departure:15/02/1902
Reason departure:transferred
Destination:Merebank RC
Tent number:181
Notes:RT 181
Name:Middelburg RC
Age arrival:38
Date arrival:11/05/1901
Date departure:04/08/1901
Reason departure:transferred
Destination:Balmoral RC
Tent number:II 344
Name:Merebank RC
Age arrival:43
Date arrival:20/02/1902
Date departure:10/07/1902
Destination:Balmoral
Tent number:167 / 6115
Name:Jacobs Siding RC
Age arrival:42
Date arrival:20/02/1902
Date departure:10/07/1902
Reason departure:left for
Destination:Balmoral
Tent number:167
Farm History
Name:Rietfontein / Reitfontein / Roetfontein
District:Pretoria
Notes:no property
Status of Husband
Type:on commando
Notes:Petrus Johannes
Relationships
Mrs Jacoba Elizabeth Engelbrecht (Mrs Petrus Johannes)
      is the Mother of Master Gerhardus Johannes Engelbrecht (possibly female; Gerhardes Johannes)
      is the Mother of Master Pieter Willem Engelbrecht
      is the Mother of Miss Jacoba Elizabeth Engelbrecht
Sources
Title:DBC 47 Balmoral CR
Type:Camp register
Location:National Archives, Pretoria
Reference No.:DBC 47
Notes:0181
Title:DBC 46 Balmoral CR
Type:Index camp register
Location:National Archives, Pretoria
Reference No.:DBC 46
Notes:E 01
Title:DBC 83 Middelburg CR
Type:Camp register
Location:National Archives, Pretoria
Reference No.:DBC 83
Notes:p. 94
Title:DBC 126 Merebank RC
Type:Camp register
Location:National Archives, Pretoria
Reference No.:DBC 126
Notes:p.230
Title:DBC 118 Jacobs Siding CR
Type:Camp register
Notes:p. 22


Acknowledgments: The project was funded by the Wellcome Trust, which is not responsible for the contents of the database. The help of the following research assistants is gratefully acknowledged: Ryna Boshoff, Murray Gorman, Janie Grobler, Marelize Grobler, Luke Humby, Clare O’Reilly Jacomina Roose, Elsa Strydom, Mary van Blerk. Thanks also go to Peter Dennis for the design of the original database and to Dr Iain Smith, co-grantholder.