Hannibal First Nation1,2

M, #18934, b. circa 1680
Father*Pn First Nation3 b. c 1660

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Last Edited19/01/2018
Birth*Hannibal First Nation was born circa 1680 in de Caep de Goede Hoop.2
NotesOn 15 February 1714 Hannibal was made a captain of the 'Hottentots' by Willem Adriaan van der Stel and was identifed as the brother and heir of Jason. A mere 60 years after the arrival of the first white settlers, the Khoe and San had been shunted off their lands and deprived of their inherent right to choose their own leaders and/or follow their own succession customs.4


  1. I use First Nation as a provenance or surname in the case of Khoe and San individuals whose distinct people I have not identified.
  2. [S562] Precis of the archives of the Cape of Good Hope, W.A. van der Stel Journal, 1699-1732, H.C.V. Leibrandt; (Cape Town, South Africa: W. A. Richards & Sons, Government Printers, Castle Street, 1896), P.258. Scipio Africanus, brother and heir of the late          Hasdrubal.
    Hannibal           "            "          Jason.
    Hercules           "          "          Hartloop,
    Kouga son and heir                "          Kouga, Sr.. Hereinafter cited as W.A. van der Stel Journal 1699-1732.
  3. [S562] W.A. van der Stel Journal 1699-1732.
  4. [S562] W.A. van der Stel Journal 1699-1732, p.258.

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