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The inspiration behind putting this section together was Elizabeth How who contacted me in 2013 about her aunt Mellory Maud Kinsman. Her help has been fundamental in identifying the family groups that we have so far. As of now (April 2013) we have positively identified four emigrant families from England, there may be others. We would like to identify from where all these South African Kinsmans and Kingsmans came.
There is also an interesting emigration from South Africa to Australia with what is I think a unique surname modification. Eric Kingma was born about the turn of the last century in the Netherlands, he emigrated to South Africa and his children changed their surname from the Dutch Kingma to an Anglicised Kingman. His grandson, Gregory Kingma/Kingman then settled in Australia with his wife Janet.
There are still as many unidentified links as there are identified individuals, so if you recognise anyone in these fragments please do let us know.
If there are any male Kin(gs)mans in South Africa who would like to join in our DNA study they would be most welcome. Please contact me if you'd like to join in.
A lot of the work on putting the separate trees together as shown here has been done by others. All comments, corrections and contributions are welcome.
These pages link to records of 333 descendant individuals in the South African branches of the families and to their ancestral Kin(g)(s)man lines where known. Records on 124 of these people have been found or donated, but their relationships to the other trees remains uncertain, there are 7 links to images connected to these currently unrelated members of the families, with information being drawn from 18 sources.
|Individuals in other trees:|
|George Whitfield KINSMAN||b1828, Gildersome, Yorkshire, emigrated in the 1850s||Natal|
|Adelaide [Kinsman] HIRST||b1830, Morley, Yorkshire, emigrated in 1864||Durban|
|William Henry KINSMAN||b1837, Madron, Cornwall, a house painter who emigrated in 1882||Durban|
|Simon KINSMAN||b1855, Gwennap, Cornwall, a mine agent who died in SA in 1904, his daughter Muriel also came to SA sometime after 1921||Johannesburg|
|Caroline KINSMAN||b1856, Brazil, d/o a Cornish miner, emigrated from Brazil to Cornwall in the 1890s with her younger siblings and then they all emigrated to South Africa in 1907.||Johannesburg|
|Edgar Charles KINSMAN||b1895, Falmouth, Cornwall. Emigrated to SA in 1907 with his aunt Caroline (above) and then from SA to Australia with his wife and son in 1922|
|Carrie Annie Kinsman [HEPPER]||b1874, St Agnes, Cornwall, who married William Hepper and emigrated with him living in the Transvaal. He died there in 1910||Transvaal|
|Annie KINSMAN||b1882, Redruth, Cornwall, who married Arthur Charles Heyden in 1909 in Durban||Durban|
|Kate [Kinsman] FITCH||b1872, Birmingham, Warwickshire, who married Henry Fitch and emigrated with him living in the Transvaal. He died there in 1919. She died in Natal in 1959.||Transvaal|
|James KINGMAN||b1815, Symondsbury, Dorset who emigrated about 1850||Peddie|
|Frank KINGMAN||b1906 in Farrington Gurney, Somerset, emigrated to South Africa and married Florence Coxford nee Cameron in Durban in 1950||Durban|
|Harrie KINSMAN||b1874, Buninyong, Victoria Australia, emigrated about 1920||Cape Town|
|Eric KINGMA||bc1900, emigrated from the Netherlands to South Africa and his descendants, now with the surname Kingman, emigrated to Australia.|
Updated on 3 July 2017
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