18 December 1913 Immigration Records South Africa
The records of Civil Deaths for Clanwilliam are presently being transcribed from 1895 onwards. These records provide full names of deceased, age, gender, race, residence, place of death, date of death, intended place of burial as well as cause of death. Should you wish to see the actual image you need to go to the year you want to look at and put in the page number corresponding to the image number as see in the record link below. Please note that every record is transcribed exactly as is. If any surnames, farm names or causes of death are wrong please feel free to contact me with corrections.
If you are over 21 you can search without your adoptive parents' permission. Biological parents can only have access to the adoption records if the adoptive parents and the child give their written consent. If they refuse, the biological parents can leave their details in the file so that they can be contacted if the adoptive parents or child change their minds. The identity of the parties cannot be made known. For example, medical information can be made available to a doctor. Before you can start the search it is suggested that the adoptee receive counselling by a social worker or professional who deals in adoption issues.This is necessary for the adoptee to prepare for the unforeseen. There are many scenarios that one has to consider why counselling is so important: The biological parent is happily married and either the mother or the father has never told her spouse or her children - how is her family going to deal with this? [...]