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Boysens 1 month 1 week ago #69576

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Hello, I'm researching First World War men from my district (north-east Brisbane, Queensland, Australia). One of those men, Evan Jenkins served as Trooper 2299 in Kitchener's Fighting Scouts during the Anglo Boer War. Boysens is listed as the location of his disbandment on 07 July 1902. To make the record of his previous service as complete as possible, I wonder if you would be able to let me know where that place is. Because our libraries and archives are presently shut, I'm restricted to online searches. I've found Booysens in two locations, but not Boysens. Thank you.

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Boysens 1 month 1 week ago #69577

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Hello Libby,

Boysens also referred to as Booysens, is a suburb of Johannesburg.

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Libby,

This is his attestation paper from KFS.

Dr David Biggins
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