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       Writher pedigree Germany

 

The statistics looked the emigration from Germany as follows: van 1831 to 1870 6.702.400 Germans the homeland. Nearly 90% all emigrant selected the U.S.U as their new habitat.

A small sentence went to Australia. To South Africa and other African more land German colonies up to the century-chance the German immigration was small, based on above numbers.

 

 

Unfilled is that the emigrants mentioned of before weighing from the means - and South German countries came, although the living situation was better than in here East Germany.

 

The East German area was nearly only agriculturally  The country or population of village consisted of very rich often noble large basic owners and their oppress very poor day laborer. Up to the Steini reform in 1807 these stood even in body characteristic with the large basic owners. Daily wages of the men amounted to 8 pennies and the agricultural worker women received into de summer 5 pennies to day simple dwellings for the usually large families had the agricultural workers on the goods Thus the boost for an emigration particularly sounded to Prussian Pommern, floats Uckermarck, Spreewald etc. after South Africa pleasant and inviting.

 

 

The adverstising actions successfully in Germany in the second half of the yearla 1857 in the full course and also. Immigrationa from family Schwulst out Germany to South Africa

 

Pearl fall slate in South Africa

 

 With Mount river as a natural border of the field. The fieldand inviting

 

With Mount river as a natural border of the field. The field was bought in 1966, by the  Schwulst Family. Gisela Kolar, born Schwulst, the winemaker obtained a diploma in Viticulture and Önology the university of Stellenbosch. Them brings a young and fresh manner of winemaker to Bergheim. Them makes the wine in as a manner natural possible sulphite and pesticides.

The advertising act ions successfully in Germany in the second of the yealy 1957 in the full course and also. Immigration form family Schwulst out Germany to South Africa. For the suppression of slag they keep a troop geese that watch the vintages patrols. The application for bial-label are in treatment. Vabernet Sauvignon 2000. This wine astonishes you with his gentle tannis and the fruit successfully in the nose. I'ts typiccally young wine that fissure of the ripe fruit. Cabernet aromas. Our wine tasted by: Bergheim Sauvignon 1999, Pearl.

 

 The Joy of a service Cannot be Surpassen when it is for a child.

 

From Liezel Schwuls

 

The Roodepoort Stake Young Single Adult Group enjoyed Nationa Women's Day together an August 9th serving children al A local children's home in Krugersdorp.

We spent a morning of fun and games together with the children of 'Bethany House safe haven for children. We all got together armed with a smile, happy hearts and lots of energy. We really needed the energy part. We had all forgotten what is like to be a child. I wonder who had more fun that day, us or childre!

We played until we couldn't play anymore.

 

We had a special morning realizing how blessed we are have what we have families, love and the spel. As we spent more time withe these children, we caught a glimpse of the love avior had for all His Children. We enjoyed sharing His those under privileged children who deserately need love. We all walked anway from Bethany House that with such happy hearts.

 

 

Social boundaries in high school inspired this poem about cliques, feeling excluded and making real friends

 

By Kaity Schwulst Januar 17 2007

 

My high school claims to be so true,

With its school colors; red, with and blue.

When you first walk tthrough the door

You ommidediately know the score.

 

How badly teenagers want to belong,

Na matter how hard one tries, it's always wrong.

In order to fit into a group,

You really need to know the scoop.

 

There are too many cliques to try to fit in,

It seems like no one ever wins.

Friends mean the world to every boy and girl,

But the number of cliques can make you hurl.

 

Jocks, choir and band geeks to name a few,

It's  almost as if you are living in a zoo.

Preps are the biggest group  by far,

You can tell who they are by their fancy cars.

 

Lunch is alway the best part of day,

Buf if you are not accepted, you don't want to stay,

Eating by yourself ins't very fun,

I'd rather sit outside and eat in the sun.

 

Friendships take a lot work,

But in the end some friends are jerks.

A true friend will stand b you through thick and thin,

A real, true friend will make you grin.

 

School is what you make work,

And it is op to you te make fit.

If you are cocnfident and strong,

It will be good, noothing will go wrong.

 

By Kaity Schwulst.

 

Karsten Schwulst and Schwulst-Geschwulst

A Last year I Called up a radiostation with a famous names-expert, a German professor. Hi told on radio, that the namer Schwulst is an old German wordan means something like a swellingor on the human body. Well maybe our forefather had something this. The day that word Geschwulst stil exist in German and it means basically the name but Schwulst. Is a lot older dan Geschwulst. So the theory about Geschwulst os the origin. Should be pretty obsolete. Besidis that, from the spread of phonenumbers over here it seems pretty sure that our hole family stems from the North of Germany.

History the German in South Africa

The German in South Africa In 1992 the South Africans originating from the German linguistic area committed `the German fixed year. In exhibitions, lectures and other meetings into all provinces of the country meant it thereby the contribution and the achievements of the immigrants from Germany for the development southern Africa and with the structure new South Africa.

 

De start of the German-language settlement hand to in 17. Century back. As first land passes at the cape from the Dutch east Indian commercial company to the Colonization one released. Particularly from north Germans area, later also from Central German countries protestant of the first settlement periods emigrated mixed themselves soon with Dutch faith comrades and French Huguenot to the people of the Buren, member today than African call themselves.

 

 

 

Tarryn Schwulst in with dress

 

In the course 19 of the century should have come between 30.000 and 40.00 German-language ones of very different origin into the country. Like many the German-speaking soldiers, buyers, researchers, farmers, craftsmen, mission acres, gold and Diamantes seeker in South Africa remained and to the German language held, does not leave themselves struck any longer to determine exactly. For the year 1912 approximately 33,000 German-language ones become estimated. After into de thirties many German Jews fled to South Africa, came to the war, between 1946 and 1985, as over 60.000 immigrants from Germany into the country at the cape. The cultural life of the Germans and German-language ones in South Africa is alive and multiform.

 

Die1932 created South African-German culture combination (SADK) is the largest bilateral organization of their kind in South Africa. A priority goal of the combination is the promotion of close cultural relations between the southern Africa and the German-language countries of Europe. The SADK strives in addition, for the care and switching of the German language (as native language and foreign language) and culture in South Africa and therefore also around the reinforcement of the relations between German-language ones and all other speaking and groups of cultures in South Africa. 

 

Due to a statistics, which was arranged by the South African-German culture combination in recent time, live in South Africa about 1.5 million ethnic German South African. These speak no more Germans, have however interest in good relations with the German-language countries. The number of the German-speaking South Africans with German as native language becomes estimated on approximately 230,000. Finally one half million live German-speaking South Africans with German approximately as foreign language in the republic at the cape.

 

German Mother tongue and German language result in thus altogether about one three-quarter million speaker. Like that it is not amazing that one of the emphasis of the cultural work is in the country at the cape the four Germans schools with their 1988 introduced foreign language branches, promoted by the Federal Government, in which predominantly colored and black pupils from that in former times disadvantages social classes founded education up to the South African Metric or to the German examination received. The German college in South Africa have a long tradition. The oldest among them is the 1856 created Germans school Hermannsburg in Kwa Zulu/Natal; the German school in cape city exists since 1883, while in Pretoria the 1999 could look back on its 100 century anniversary. The largest under

 

German schools is in Johannesburg

 

They family Schwulst is the first family emigrated from Funkenhagen North Germany (Land Mecklenburg-Vorpommern er Mecklenburg - Schwerin) out Hamburg (Germany) to South Africa Oktober 19 1858. Husband Wilhelm Schwwulst 35 years old; spouse Wilhelmina 44 years old; an de children Wilhelm 14 years, Carl 9 years, August 5 years and the 2 years old girl Wilhelmine. They last had died a borard ship on longjourney. Many babies 65 died an board from ship. They family Schwulst travelled with ship Wilhemsburg mid-October 1858 to South Africa. She arrivided in East London 13 January 1859. Together with three children, and large 351 emigrant of Germany and 121 family's comming from Danmark.

 

Folksong South Africa

 

We start Africa with the l national folksong South-Africa in for languages and one little story. In 1897 is Nkosi Sikelel iAfrika writhet Enoch Sontanga. This folksong singing black people to defence the discrimination.

 

In 1994, two national Folksongs were recognized: Nkosi-Sikelel iAfrika and those voice. Everyone could itself bepalen welk Folksong he wants sing or uses at international occasions. In 1997 were, both folksongs added and became the new South Africans Hymn. It is a combined version of both songs. Next written with a new English text. Four of the eleven languages from South Africa have been used in the couplet. We start Africa with i national folksong South Africa in for languages and one little story.

 

Xhosa

 

Nkosi Sikelei South iAfrika

Maluphakansw' uphondo Iwayo,

Yizwa imithandazo yethu,         

Nkosi sikelela, thina lusapho Iwayo.

 

Sesotho

 

Morena boloka setjhaba sa heso,

O fedise dintwa le matshwenyeho

O se boloke, O se boloke setjhaba sa heso,

Setjhaba sa South Africa South Africa.

 

Afrikaans

 

Uit die blou van onse hemel,

Uit de diepte van osn see,

Oor ons ewige gebergtes,        

Waar die kranse antwoord gee.

 

English

 

Sounds the call to come together,

And united we shall stand,

Let us live and strive for freedom,

In South Africa our land.

 

Family Tree from family of Schwulst immigrated to South Africa

 

A.2: Parent who immigrated to South Africa 1858. Johann Christoph Friedrich Schwulst. Birth Date 27 March 1823 Funkenhagen East Germany. Hi died 26 February 1896. Keiskammahoek. Married Johanna Friederike Wilhelmine Lange. Birth Date 2 August 1814 East Germany : Died 14 August 1871.

 

B.2.1: Johann Friedrich Schwulst. Born 1844 Funkenhagen East Germany. Died 8 January 1922 Stutterheim.

 

B.2. 2: Carl August Friedrich Schwulst. Born 31 Mai 1849 Funkenhagen East Germany. Died 9 November 1922 Burial Place King Williams Town .

 

B.2.3: August Friederich Wilhelm Schwulst. Born 17 April 1853 . Died 3 March 1947.

Married Wilhelmina Manthé. Born 1862. South Africa. Died Kingwilliamstown.

Their Children looking:C.2.3.1; C.2.3.2; C.2.3.3; C.2.3.4; C.2.3.5; C.2.3.6; C.2.3.7; C.2.3.8; C.2.3.9;C.2.3.10;

 

B.2.4: Wilhelmina Schwulst: Presumed to have died on board from Immigration ship. She is 4 year old.

 

B.2.5: Johan Friedrich Wilhelm Schwulst. Born 19 July 1850 Funkenhagen East Germany. Died 5 September 1920. Married  16 April 1868 Augustee Albertine Heuer.

Their Children looking: C.2.5.1; C.2.5.2; C.2.5.3; C.2.5.4; C.2.5.5; C.2.5.6; C.2.5.7; C.2.5.8; C.2.5.9; C.2.5.10; C.2.5.11; C.2.5.12; C.2.5.13; C.2.5.14.

 

 

 

 

Glen Schwulst

 

Parents: B.2.3 Schwulst-Manthé

 

C.2.3.1: Julius Schwulst; Born 13 October 1875. Keiskammahoek Cape of Good Hope. Died 1958 Keiskammehoek.

 

C.2.3.2: Albert Schwulst. Born 5 January 1877 Keiskammahoek. Died 20 April 1927.

 

C.2.3.3: Elisabeth Schwulst. 2 April 1880 Keiskammahoek. Died 7 January 1965.

 

C.2.3.4: Heinrich Schwulst. Born 15 March 1882 Keiskammahoek

 

D.2.3.2.5: Ferdinand Schwulst. Born 19 June 1883 Keiskammehoek. Married Lydia Magdeleen P(h)iel 1906 Cape of Good Hope. Born 4 July 1886 East London. Died 11 September 1971 Port Elisabeth. Parents Hermann P(h)iel. Born 27 November 1842 Germany. Married Wilhelmina Voges. Born 15 July 1848 Germany. Died 3 November 1927. East London Their Children Looking C.2.3.2.1

 

C.2.3.6: Edward Schwulst. 8 October 1885 Keiskammahoek Cape of Good Hope.

 

C.2.3.7: Theodor Schwulst. Born 29 December 1886 Keiskammahoek. Died 7 March 1915

 

C.2.3.8. Leopold Schwulst. 15 September 1887 Keiskammahoek Cape of Good Hope.

 

C.2.3.9: Adolph Schwulst. 15 June 1889 Keiskammahoek Cape of Good Hope.

 

C.2.3.10: Lydia Schwulst. Born 3 April 1891 Keiskammahoek Cape of Good Hope.

 

 Parents: B.2.3.2 Schwulst-Piel(H)

 

C.2.3.2.1.1: Bernice Fernanda Schwulst: Born. Died 16 June 1984. East London. Married Charles Lillie 30 Mai 1940.

 

 

 

Parents B.2.5 Schwulst-Heuer.

 

C.2.5.1: Adolph Carl Friedrich Schwulst. Born 4 September 1867. Died 25 August 1937 Burial Place Stuttersheim.

 

C.2.5.2: Emilie Schwulst: Born 3 Mai 1869.

 

C.2.5.3; Wilhelm Schwulst. Born 18 October 1870.Died 15 February 1873. Burial Place Stutterheim.

 

C.2.5.4: Joseph Schwulst: Born 3 November 1872. Died 27 July 1957.

 

C.2.5.5: August Albertina Schwulst. Born 13 May 1875.

 

C.2.5.6: Wilhelm Otto Schwulst. Born 12 January 1878. Died 21 January 1878.

 

C.2.5.7: Albert (Allie) Heinrich Schwulst. Born 7 February 1880. Died 20 September 1943. Burial Place West Bank East London. Their Children: D.2.5.7.1: D.2.5.7.2:

D.2.5.7.3: D.2.5.7.4; D.2.5.7.5; D.2.5.7.6; D.2.5.7.7.; D.2.5.7.8; D.2.5.7.9; D.2.5.7.10; D.2.5.7.11; D.2.5.7.12.

 

C.2.5.8 Wilhelm Frederich Schwulst: Born 20 February 1882. Died 20 April 1958. Burial Place Queenstown.

 

C.2.5.9: Hermann Eduard Heinrich Schwulst. Born  25 September 1883.

 

C.2.5.10: Johannes Richard Heinrich  Schwulst. Born 17 December 1886.

 

C.2.5.11: Richard Heinrich Johannes Schwulst. Born 17 December 1886.

 

C.2.5.12: Lydia Hilde Auguste Schwulst. Born 27 June 1888.

C.2.5.13: George Friedrich Wilhelm Schwulst. Born 20 February 1890. Died 23 July 1957. Burial Place Stutterheim.

 

Parents: Albert Allie Schwulst-

 

D.2.5.7.1: Frederick William Schwulst  Born 27 January 1906; Died 10 August 1985

Burial Place West Bank East London. Married Clara Helene Clarke. Born 27 August 1911. Died 8 August 1969. Burial Place West bank East London. Their Children looking: E.2.5.7.1.1; E. 2.5.7.1.2; E.2.5.7.1.3.

 

D.2.5.7.2: Louis Robert Schwulst. Born 5 May 1908. Died 21 September 1976. Ashes scattered at St. Peters Anglican. Church West Bank East London.

 

D.2.5.7.3: Christina Martha Schwulst: Born 10 November 1911. Died Burial Place Durban.

 

D.2.5.7.4: Frank Albert Arden Schwulst: Born 13 February 1914. Burial Place Johannesburg

 

D.2.5.7.5: Doris Madge Schwulst: Born 27 July 1916. Died 4 November 1987. Burial Place West Bank East London..

 

D.2.5.7.6: Maggie Margaret Schwulst. Born 22 February 1919. Died 23 June 1970. Burial Place West Bank East London.

 

D.2.5.7.7: Andrew George Schwulst: Born 11 December 1921. Died 21 November 1980. Burial Place West Bank East London.

 

D.2.5.7.8: Reuben Sydney Schwulst. Born 19 January 1924. Burial Place West Bank East London.

 

D.2.5.7.9: Ernst William Schwulst. Born 29 July 1925. Burial Place Johannesburg.

 

D.2.5.7.10: Stella Lydia Schwulst: Born 14 June 1929. Cremated Cambridge Crematorium East London.

 

D.2.5.7.11: Stanley Norman Schwulst: Born 27 August 1931. Died 6 November 1969. Burial Place West Bank East London.

 

D.2.5.7.12: Edwin Harry Schwulst. Born 16 December 1934.

 

Parents:  D.2.5.7.1. Schwulst-Clarke

 

E.2.5.7.1.1: Heather Natalie Schwulst. Born 23 June 1939. Living Unmarried.

 

E.2.5.7.1.2; Thelma Elaine Schwulst. Born 25 September 1942. Living Unmarried.

 

E.2.5.7.1.3: Errol Graham Schwulst: Born 6 April 1946. Living in Cape Town. Married Sonia Selma Krull. Born 28 May 1947. Married 9 November 1968 St. Johns Lutheran Church. Dawn East London. Thei Children: F.2.5.7.1.3.1: F.2.5.7.1.3.2.

 

Parents: E.2.5.7.1.3 Schwulst Krull

 

F.2.5.7.1.3.1: Charnel Lerene Schwulst. Born 17 July 1970 Living in Germany Frankfurt am Main. Merried Adriaan Esterhuizen,  Born 24 April 1970. Married 12 August 1995. Dutch reformed Church, Beacon Bay East London.

 

F.2.5.7.1.3.2: Duncan Craig Schwulst. Born 13 January 1978. Living in Cape Town. Married Sonja Olivier. 1 May 2004. Two days before the wedding an they working in America for 6 months.

 

 

 

Shot from Chalk Hills East Germany ware born the most Schwulst in Germany

 

A.2: Parent who immigrated to South Africa 1858. Johann Christoph Friedrich Schwulst. Birth Date 27 March 1823 Funkenhagen East Germany. Hi died 26 February 1896. Keiskammahoek. Married Johanna Friederike Wilhelmine Lange. Birth Date 2 August 1814 East Germany :Died 14 August 1871.

 

B.2.1: Johann Friedrich Schwulst. Born 1844 Funkenhagen East Germany. Died 8 January 1922 Stutterheim.

 

B.2. 2: Carl August Friedrich Schwulst. Born 31 Mai 1849 Funkenhagen East Germany. Died 9 November 1922 Burial Place King Williams Town .

 

B.2.3: August Friederich Wilhelm Schwulst. Born 17 April 1853 . Died 3 March 1947.

Married Wilhelmina Manthé. Born 1862. South Africa. Died Kingwilliamstown.

Their Children looking:C.2.3.1; C.2.3.2; C.2.3.3; C.2.3.4; C.2.3.5; C.2.3.6; C.2.3.7; C.2.3.8; C.2.3.9;C.2.3.10;

 

B.2.4: Wilhelmina Schwulst: Presumed to have died on board from Immigration ship. She is 4 year old.

 

B.2.5: Johan Friedrich Wilhelm Schwulst. Born 19 July 1850 Funkenhagen East Germany. Died 5 September 1920. Married  16 April 1868 Augustee Albertine Heuer.

Their Children looking: C.2.5.1; C.2.5.2; C.2.5.3; C.2.5.4; C.2.5.5; C.2.5.6; C.2.5.7; C.2.5.8; C.2.5.9; C.2.5.10; C.2.5.11; C.2.5.12; C.2.5.13; C.2.5.14.

 

Parents: B.2.3 Schwulst-Manthe

 

C.2.3.1: Julius Schwulst; Born 13 October 1875. Keiskammahoek Cape of Good Hope. Died 1858 Keiskammehoek.

 

C.2.3.2: Albert Schwulst. Born 5 January 1877 Keiskammahoek. Died 20 April 1927.

 

C.2.3.3: Elisabeth Schwulst. 2 April 1880 Keiskammahoek. Died 7 January 1965.

 

C.2.3.4: Heinrich Schwulst. Born 15 March 1882 Keiskammahoek

 

D.2.3.2.5: Ferdinand Schwulst. Born 19 June 1883 Keiskammehoek. Married Lydia Magdelen P(h)iel 1906 Cape of Good Hope. Born 4 July 1886 East London. Died 11 September 1971 Port Elisabeth. Parents Hermann P(h)iel. Born 27 November 1842 Germany. Married Wilhelmina Voges. Born 15 July 1848 Germany. Died 3 November 1927. East London Their Children Looking C.2.3.2.1

 

C.2.3.6: Edward Schwulst. 8 October 1885 Keiskammahoek Cape of Good Hope.

 

C.2.3.7: Theodor Schwulst. Born 29 December 1886 Keiskammahoek. Died 7 March 1915

 

C.2.3.8. Leopold Schwulst. 15 September 1887 Keiskammahoek Cape of Good Hope.

 

C.2.3.9: Adolph Schwulst. 15 June 1889 Keiskammahoek Cape of Good Hope.

 

C.2.3.10: Lydia Schwulst. Born 3 April 1891 Keiskammahoek Cape of Good Hope.

 

 

Parents: B.2.3.2 Schwulst-Piel(h)

 

C.2.3.2.1.1: Bernice Fernanda Schwulst: Born. Died 16 June 1984. East London. Married Charles Lillie 30 Mai 1940.

 

Parent s : B.2.5 Schwulst-Heuer.

 

C.2.5.1: Adolph Carl Friedrich Schwulst. Born 4 September 1867. Died 25 August 1937 Burial Place Stuttersheim.

 

C.2.5.2: Emilie Schwulst: Born 3 Mai 1869.

 

C.2.5.3; Wilhelm Schwulst. Born 18 October 1870.Died 15 February 1873. Burial Place Stutterheim.

 

C.2.5.4: Joseph Schwulst: Born 3 November 1872. Died 27 July 1957.

 

C.2.5.5: August Albertina Schwulst. Born 13 May 1875.

 

C.2.5.6: Wilhelm Otto Schwulst. Born 12 January 1878. Died 21 January 1878.

 

C.2.5.7: Albert (Allie) Heinrich Schwulst. Born 7 February 1880. Died 20 September 1943. Burial Place West Bank East London. Their Children: D.2.5.7.1: D.2.5.7.2: D.2.5.7.3: D.2.5.7.4; D.2.5.7.5; D.2.5.7.6; D.2.5.7.7.; D.2.5.7.8; D.2.5.7.9; D.2.5.7.10; D.2.5.7.11; D.2.5.7.12.

 

C.2.5.8 Wilhelm Frederich Schwulst: Born 20 February 1882. Died 20 April 1958. Burial Place Queenstown.

 

C.2.5.9: Hermann Eduard Heinrich Schwulst. Born  25 September 1883.

 

C.2.5.10: Johannes Richard Heinrich  Schwulst. Born 17 December 1886.

 

C.2.5.11: Richard Heinrich Johannes Schwulst. Born 17 December 1886.

 

C.2.5.12: Lydia Hilde Auguste Schwulst. Born 27 June 1888.

 

C.2.5.13: George Friedrich Wilhelm Schwulst. Born 20 February 1890. Died 23 July 1957. Burial Place Stutterheim.

 

Parents: Albert Allie Schwulst-

 

D.2.5.7.1: Frederick William Schwulst  Born 27 January 1906; Died 10 August 1985

Burial Place West Bank East London. Married Clara Helene Clarke. Born 27 August 1911. Died 8 August 1969. Burial Place West bank East London. Their Children looking: E.2.5.7.1.1; E. 2.5.7.1.2; E.2.5.7.1.3.

 

D.2.5.7.2: Louis Robert Schwulst. Born 5 May 1908. Died 21 September 1976. Ashes scattered at St. Peters Anglican. Church West Bank East London.

 

D.2.5.7.3: Christina Martha Schwulst: Born 10 November 1911. Died Burial Place Durban.

 

D.2.5.7.4: Frank Albert Arden Schwulst: Born 13 February 1914. Burial Place Johannesburg

 

D.2.5.7.5: Doris Madge Schwulst: Born 27 July 1916. Died 4 November 1987. Burial Place West Bank East London..

 

D.2.5.7.6: Maggie Margaret Schwulst. Born 22 February 1919. Died 23 June 1970. Burial Place West Bank East London.

 

D.2.5.7.7: Andrew George Schwulst: Born 11 December 1921. Died 21 November 1980. Burial Place West Bank East London.

 

D.2.5.7.8: Reuben Sydney Schwulst. Born 19 January 1924. Burial Place West Bank East London.

 

D.2.5.7.9: Ernst William Schwulst. Born 29 July 1925. Burial Place Johannesburg.

 

D.2.5.7.10: Stella Lydia Schwulst: Born 14 June 1929. Cremated Cambridge Crematorium East London.

 

D.2.5.7.11: Stanley Norman Schwulst: Born 27 August 1931. Died 6 November 1911. Burial Place West Bank East London.

 

D.2.5.7.12: Edwin Harry Schwulst. Born 16 December 1934.

 

Parents: D.2.5.7.1. Schwulst-Clarke

 

E.2.5.7.1.1: Heather Natalie Schwulst. Born 23 June 1939. Living Unmarried.

 

E.2.5.7.1.2; Thelma Elaine Schwulst. Born 25 September 1942. Living Unmarried.

 

E.2.5.7.1.3: Errol Graham Schwulst: Born 6 April 1946. Living in Cape Town. Married Sonia Selma Krull. Born 28 May 1947. Married 9 November 1968 St. Johns Lutheran Church. Dawn East London. Thei Children: F.2.5.7.1.3.1: F.2.5.7.1.3.2.

 

 

Shane Schwulst

 

Parents: E.2.5.7.1.3 Schwulst Krull

 

F.2.5.7.1.3.1: Charnel Lerene Schwulst. Born 17 July 1970 Living in Germany Frankfurt am Main. Merried Adriaan Esterhuizen,  Born 24 April 1970. Married 12 August 1995. Dutch reformed Church, Beacon Bay East London.

 

F.2.5.7.1.3.2: Duncan Craig Schwulst. Born 13 January 1978. Living in Cape Town. Married Sonja Olivier. 1 May 2004. Two days before the wedding an they working in America for 6 months.

 

Thanks Karsten Schwulst

Last year I Called up a radio station with a famous names-expert, a German professor. He told on radio, that the name is old German word and means something like a swelling or growth on the human body. Well, maybe our first forefather had something like this. Today the word Geschwulst still exist in German and it means basically the name but Schwulst. Is a lot older than Geschwulst. So the theory about Gaschwulst as the origin should be pretty obsolete. Besides that, from the spread of phone nummers over here it seems pretty sure that our whole family stems from the North of Germany.


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