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A town in Cape Colony, founded in 1853 and named after the Scottish Dutch Reformed Church minister, Dr William Robertson.

The town originally relied on farming and wagon building in the early days. The railways ended the wagon building industry and this was followed by a brief period of ostrich farming and afterwards by wine making.

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 Surname   Forename/inits   Regimental no   Rank   Notes 
CillrisJohannes SSource: WO100/285
De WetErnest FSource: WO100/285
De WetPaulSource: WO100/285
DuingGeorge WSource: WO100/285
DwingJohan DSource: WO100/285
GellarsPieter JSource: WO100/285
HelenRichardSource: WO100/285
HerdricksHederickSource: WO100/285
KokJohan ASource: WO100/285
LewisGodfreySource: WO100/285
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Parent Category: South African units
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