The De Villiers Family genealogy in South Africa Vol 1 + 2 was originally published in 1997, and is based on research started by the pioneer South African genealogist Christoffel C. de Villiers, and continued by the legendary prof Con de Villiers.
As part of the celebrations in 1988 of the 300th anniversary of the arrival of the Huguenots in South Africa, the composer Hubert du Plessis was commissioned by the Huguenot Society of SA to compose the Huguenot Cantata opus 51.
The book Cillié: Rhebokskloof en sy mense (written in Afrikaans, “Cillié: Rhebokskloof and it’s people”) is publication no 4 in the genealogy series of the Huguenot Society of South Africa. It is a new improved and extended family history of the Cillié family in South Africa by Dr. Andrew Kok.
Since 1994 the Bulletin focused in consecutive years on some or other Huguenot family. The following surnames have since been featured: Marais (1994), Cilliers (1995), Viljoen (1996), Joubert (1997), Malherbe (1998), Cronjé (1999), Retief (2001), Fourie (2003), Buys (2004), Rossouw/Rousseau (2005), Mouton (2006), Fouché (2007), Nel (2008), Vivier (2009), Du Plessis (2010) and Bruwer (2011). The 2002 issue contains papers which were delivered at the 3rd Intenational Huguenot Conference which was held in Stellenbosch and Franschhoek during 2002. Other Huguenot surnames which are often featured include Jordaan, Malan, De Villiers and Naudé.
The “Theron Geslagsregister” (Theron genealogy) was compiled by dr C.G. (Chris) Theron and adapted for publication by Jeanette Theron and Andries Nieuwoudt; the history of the Theron family in South Africa was