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The voyage was particularly difficult and many died on the way.

Willem Hendrik Boshoff (spelt here with 2 f's) stayed behind.

Willem Hendrik se herkoms kon egter tot nog toe nie met sekerheid vasgestel word nie.

They also informed me that Bayonne was a very active centre at that time for the manufacture of firearms.

There is thus evidence to dispute the French origin and to maintain that the Boshoffs are in fact of Dutch origin.

These notes clearly indicate that Boshoffs were living in Holland during the early sixteenth century.

The estate of Coldenhove was from the earliest times part of the territory of the Dukes Van Gelre (the area now known as the province of Gelderland), and was used by them as a hunting ground.

(Bayonne was well known as a centre for the manufacture of small arms). The father is given as Willem Hendrik Boshof (one f) and the mother is listed a Cornelia Cokkie (states child is illegitimate). Willem Hendrikk's name appears as a Free Burger in Swellendam on the 16th,17th & 18th March 1750.

The second entry is for a girl named Sophia Margarita dated 21/1/1748. The marriage register in Tulbagh (Entry No 12) reads: "15/10/1752 Willem Hendrik Boshof, van Bayonne, burger aan Swellendam, Jongsman met Martha Cortje van Cabo de Goede Hoop, jonger dogter?Later research shows that the obvious Dutch ancestry is more likely.Presumably Willem went to Bayonne to further his trade as a gunsmith, and maybe Henri Guillaume Bossau wrote him a testomonial. Church Archives (1743-1756) there are 2 entries: First dated 1745 is for a boy namely William Lodewyk.In his book "South African Surnames" Eric Rosenthal states that Boshoff is a place name in the province of Limburg, Holland, and in the register of the ship on which the ancestor of the South African Boshoffs arrived at the Cape, the name was listed as Willem Hendrik Boshoff ("van Bayonne") and not Henri Guillaume Bossau.The Boshoffs of Coldenhove Mr Theo Boshoff of Amstelveen, Holland, has contributed notes on the early Boshoffs of Holland, including the history of the Castle of Coldenhove, and the paper mills on the brook Coldenhove.From 1300 the claims on the running water of the Veluwe belonged to the special rights of the Counts and Dukes Van Gelre.

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