Tombstones & Transcripts, St. Paul’s Rondebosch 19th Century Churchyard – The South African Archaeological Society, Western Cape Branch

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Project undertaken by the Western Cape Branch of the South African Archaeological Society. Light mark on verso of front cover and first free end page. Lacks the CD which accompanied the booklet. According to a report presented to the church in 1996 by architect Michael Bester, it was emphasised that ‘the St Paul’s Churchyard is… a most important collection of some of the earliest and most interesting examples of Anglican funerary architecture in South Africa. It is certainly one of the oldest such graveyards still extant.’ There is an alphabetical list of names and a detailed section on the transcripts with photographs. An old plan of the graveyard is found at the rear. 1st Edition. Condition: Very good. No dust jacket. Binding: Softcover. Illustrated card wraps with very light edge-wear and rubbing.

Publisher: Sky Shelf Publishing
Date Published: 2007
Publication Place: Plumstead
First Edition: Yes

Condition: Very good.
Binding: Softcover. Illustrated card wraps with very light edge-wear and rubbing.

Jacket Condition: No dust jacket.
Dimensions: Small oblong: 14.5cm x 20.5cm x 1cm

Additional information

Weight 400 g