Firgrove Property

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Last Edited12/02/2015
Property TransactionsFirgrove was sold from the estate of Simon van der Stel, to Pieter Meijer in 1714.1
In 1841 a portion of Bergvliet is excised and this becomes Firgrove.2


  1. [S759] Website Groot Constantia Estate (
  2. [S821] Mansell Upham, "Constantia Subdivisions", February 2015 (Tokyo). This breakdown of the Constantia subdivisions from Mansell Upham is based on his research in the title deeds, 1793:
    sold to C. Brink by brother-in-law J. Eksteen (subdivision of farm Bergvliet). Hereinafter cited as "Constantia Subdivisions."

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