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Mahashahasha ka Pakade

  • Person
  • [18-?] - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using KCAL materials: Mahashahasha kaPakade was a sergeant in the Natal Police, an induna at the Central Gaol in Pietermaritzburg. He was interviewed by James Stuart in 1910.]

Xubu ka Luduzo

  • Person
  • [18-?] - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using KCAL materials: Xubu kaLuduzo was a member of the Radeba people. He was one of Someswu's messengers - Soweswu was Theophilus Shepstone. He was interviewed by James Stuart in 1912.]

Magidigidi ka Nobebe

  • Person
  • c.1823 - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using KCAL materials: Magidigidi kaNobebe, alias Simeon Nobebe, was born at Nobamba. He belonged to the amaCunu and was a policeman at Greytown. He was interviewed by James Stuart in 1905. He was about 82 old when he was interviewed indicating he was born in roughly 1823. ]

Weli ka Nsangwana

  • Person
  • [18-?] - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using KCAL materials: At this time the FHYA has not been able to locate biographical information about Weli kaNsangwana. He was interviewed by James Stuart in 1914.]

Violet Elise Marie Louise Stapleton (Lady Beaumont)

  • Person
  • April 1861 - 1949

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA , 2017, using The Complete Peerage by George Edward Cokayne; the St Mary's Slindon website (www.stmarysslindon.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Beaumont-Lady-Violet.doc); and the Slindon Village website, 2017: Violet Elise Marie Louise Stapleton (neé Isaacson), also known as Lady Beaumont, was the daughter of MP for Stepney, Frederick Wootton Isaacson, and Elizabeth Isaacson, well-known milliner who operated under the trade-name 'Madame Elise'. Violet Isaacson married Henry Stapleton, Lord Beaumont, in 1888. Lord Beaumont died in 1892. Lady Beaumont then moved to Slindon with her brother, Frederick F. J. Wootton Isaacson, living in Slindon House. In 1917, Slindon House became a Convalescent Hospital, overseen by Lady Beaumont. Post war the house was cleared, and Lady Beaumont and Wootton Isaacson were able to resume normal life. Lady Beaumont donated material collected by her brother to the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Cambridge. This material was accessioned in 1948.]

Vezi

  • Person
  • [18-?] - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using KCAL materials: At this time the FHYA has not been able to locate biographical information about Vezi. He was interviewed by James Stuart in 1900 or early 1901, probably in Ladysmith.]

Velamuva Hlatshwayo

  • Person
  • [19-?] - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using WITS materials: At this time the FHYA has not been able to locate biographical information about Velamuva Hlatshwayo. He was interviewed by Carolyn Hamilton in the Hlatshwako chiefdom near Gege in Swaziland in the 1980s.]

Various other correspondents

  • Person
  • YYYY - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2018: Various correspondents have written letters to John Parkington - these letters are gathered together in John Parkington's Research Material.]

Magodini, George

  • Person
  • [18-?] - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using KCAL materials: George Magodini was a merchant seaman, and joined a ship in Durban in early 1922. He arrived in London in September 1924 in the course of one of his voyages as a merchant seaman. He was interviewed by James Stuart in 1924. It is presumed that these interviews took place in London.]

Magojela ka Mfanawendhlela

  • Person
  • [18-?] - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using KCAL materials: Magojela kaMfanawendhlela was a part of the Ngobamakosi regiment.He was interviewed by James Stuart in 1907.]

Mafutha Mazubuko

  • Person
  • [19-?] - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using WITS materials: At this time the FHYA has not been able to locate biographical information about Mafutha Mazubuko. He was interviewed by Philip Bonner in the Nhlunguyavuka area of Swaziland in 1970.]

Mntekasibone Dlamini

  • Person
  • [19-?] - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using WITS materials: At this time the FHYA has not been able to locate biographical information about Mntekasibone Dlamini. He was interviewed by Philip Bonner in the Bhanganome area of Swaziland in the 1970s.]

Mnkonkoni

  • Person
  • [18-?] - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using KCAL materials: At this time the FHYA has not been able to locate biographical information about Mnkonkoni. He was interviewed by James Stuart in 1898.]

Mqaikana ka Yenge

  • Person
  • c.1830 - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using KCAL materials: Mqaikana (alias Tomu) kaYenge was a member of the Zondi people. He was most likely born in 1830 or 1831, at eMrolweni. He was interviewed by James Stuart in 1916.]

Mordechai Brodie

  • Person
  • [19-?] - YYYY

[Source - Nessa Leibhammer for FHYA, 2017, using materials from JAG and Brodie: Mordechai Brodie was an avid collector of objects of material culture from southern Africa. Starting in 1979, he began traveling in Swaziland and Natal, and later in the whole of southern Africa, collecting 'traditional' pieces. He owned a shop called African Magic, which opened in 1982, and operated in the 1980s and early 1990s, where he sold these items, many of which he collected himself. His intent was to find, appreciate, and value the producers of all types of art and craft in southern Africa, attempting to move away from the idea of African craft as 'curios', and ensuring that significant items of material culture stayed in southern Africa, and were made available to the public. To this end he supplied many pieces from his collection to a number of public institutions and public collections, such as the University of Witwatersrand, the Afrikaner Museum, the National Gallery in Cape Town, the Johannesburg National Gallery, and the Killie Campbell Africana Library.]

Mpambukelwa ka Cangasa

  • Person
  • [18-?] - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using KCAL materials: At this time the FHYA has not been able to locate biographical information about Mpambukelwa kaCangasa. He was interviewed by James Stuart in 1914.]

Mpatshana ka Sodondo

  • Person
  • [18-?] - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using KCAL materials: Mpatshana kaSodondo was a member of the Manxele people and lived in Somkele's district. He was originally a part of the Uve regiment but was incorporated into the Ngobamakosi regiment. He worked as a messenger with Mr. J. F. Clark. He was interviewed by James Stuart in 1912.]

Mphundle Maziya

  • Person
  • [19-?] - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using WITS materials: At this time the FHYA has not been able to locate biographical information about Mphundle Maziya. He was interviewed by Philip Bonner in the Maphungwane area of Swaziland in 1970.]

Mpitha Dlamini

  • Person
  • [19-?] - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using WITS materials: At this time the FHYA has not been able to locate biographical information about Mpitha Dlamini. He was interviewed by Philip Bonner in the Mbelebeleni area of Swaziland in 1970.]

Mmemi ka Nguluzane

  • Person
  • [18-?] - YYYY

[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2017, using KCAL materials: Mmemi kaNguluzane was born at the Ematikulu river and was a part of the Tulwana regiment. His father was Nguluzane. He was interviewed by James Stuart in 1904.]

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