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Name:ronnie piper
Time:07/23/2011 at 4:30pm (UTC)
Message:Fascinating reading all the research you have done - thanks so much!

Name:Jennifer K Whitfield
Time:06/24/2011 at 10:17am (UTC)
Message:Hello, I am Jennifer K Whitfield daughter of Robert Samuel Whitfield son of Gordon B Whitfield from Georgia, USA. I do not know much about my family and I came across this site and I thought I would sign the guestbook. I am trying to find out my family history if anybody can give me some pointers on how to research my family history I would appreciate it.
Jenny Whitfield

Name:Ronnie Piper
Time:06/07/2011 at 3:35pm (UTC)
Message:Hi everyone -I'm also descended from Leo Africanus! My grandparents William and Margaret Whitfield weree traders in the Transkei at Xorana where we spent many happy times. Would love to connect with anyone who knew them!

Name:Karen Wilding (nee Whitfield)
Time:05/13/2011 at 1:49pm (UTC)
Message:Am a descendant of Leo Africanus Whitfield. Wonderful website.

Name:Jeanne Gordon
Time:05/09/2011 at 4:00pm (UTC)
Message:Great memories of my brother who I seem to miss more with time. What would his kids have been like and would they have grown up with their cousins close by like Taryn, Shelley, Hayley, Kyle Johnny( his namesake), Alan and Bryony? Years of waste and so I cried the day my great brother died. When all was said and done what did he die for?

Name:Evyn Cecil Thorne
Time:04/09/2011 at 11:23pm (UTC)
Message: Hi all, My grandfather was Cecil Alfred Whitfield who lived and owned farm Matjespan in the Viljoenskroon district in South Africa,his father was Alfred Leo killed in the Boer war. can anyone cast light on brothers Colin and David Reuben Whitfield? Tkx everyone, Evyn

Time:04/09/2011 at 2:06pm (UTC)
Message:Thanks for sharing your research with us. You have a fascinating story here, very well-assembled. Your research references are very professional and a generous help to those of us just stumbling around looking through obscurity for a clear path that will connect to a real place in history. It is all much fun! I am seeking t background of Thomas Whitfield of Falfield, miller, whose daughter, Emily, born in 1825 in Stone, married Thomas Watts 22 April 1842 in Bristol.

Name:Alison Hilary Hicks
Time:03/27/2011 at 4:11pm (UTC)
Message:Hello. I descended from John Whitfield through Thomas:Asaph:Arthur:Malcolm:Joan Whitfield Hicks. Do we know yet if the various Whitfield branches in Canada were related? :-)

Name:Janet Whitfield Luxton
Time:02/27/2011 at 8:57am (UTC)
Message:Greetings, This web site is very interesting. Looking for connections to Whitfields that settled in or near Ottawa, Canada. My grandfather was Frederick Ernest Bannister Whitfield who would have come to Canada in about 1935 or so. I believe we are connected to a GGG or GG Grandfather, Frederick Whitfield who wrote hymns, at least one of which is in the Anglican Hymn book (752)

Name:Richard Whitfield
Time:11/08/2010 at 12:14pm (UTC)
Message:Born in County Durham, UK, looking into the Heraldic side of things as I now have my first born Monty. Saw these entries and was curiously interested about the origins of the name and getting to know a little about the wider and extended family.

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