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Re: Rex Family - South Africa
Posted by: Henry Rex (ID *****0999) Date: July 27, 2002 at 12:11:06
In Reply to: Re: Rex Family - South Africa by Ian Axford of 679

Hi

My name is Henry,Thomas, Isleand, George Rex

Born in Welkom South Africa in 1965.

I am been bizy trying to put all the points together for a mation picture we planing to do on the subject. With the intention to cee what will come off it after a sugested forum that had happend those days. :)

I also would like the truth of this to come out.

According to my knowledge and looking at the registry, is that i am the 4th generation in South Africa.

But the fact is getting very confused when the resurge going to the England side.

If you have hade any information regarding, please feel free to contact me at any time.

My fingers are not enought to tell you the different storys I hurd what George Rex of Knysna actualy do or dit.

One sead or indicate that he where a lamps man. The other sead he were a genereal of sorts and many more. I noticed on this family page that George Rex where a stone master. What Anna Lightfoods story is I also cant find facts. However, with my family in South Africa, the sotry is very much alive that she and King George where not married. That George Rex of Knysna where the basted sun of King George the II. And that he then where send to South Africa.

The Story Prisoner of Zenda I believe were based on the story on how the sone where captive and send to South AFrica.

Hope we could get in contact :) my spelling is up to..... :). Please excuse the spelling.

Best Regards


Henry Rex


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