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"Gunners of the Cape." Neil Orpen, published by The Cape Field Artillery Regimental History Committee, 1965. It documents the history of the Cape Town Volunteer Artillery in 1857 and continues right up to the end of the Second World War. It is very detailed - giving information on battles, campaigns, units and formations and an index of persons. KK1
"MULLER - Eight Generations of South African Descendants." A. James Muller; Rare Books, Manuscripts & Genealogy Documents, Canada, 2010 Only 50 numbered copies of the work exist and some 10 copies are still available. It is a research work which for the first time has settled the debate concerning the German origins of Michael Müller/Möller/Mülder (all have umlauts), a soldier with the Dutch East India Company who arrived at the Cape of Good Hope in 1735. The book centers on the line propagated by his youngest son Michael Arnoldus who was born on the farm "Zeekoegat" in the Riversdale district of Swellendam.There are many documents . photographs and tree diagrams accompanying the text. There is also a Biographica Index and Bibliography. J43