Jager Afrikaner

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Jager Afrikaner (Nama name: ǀHomǀaramab, baptised Christian Afrikaner, * at Roode Zand near Tulbagh, South Africa; † 18 August 1823 at Blydeverwacht, South-West Africa) was the third Captain of the Orlam Afrikaners in South West Africa, succeeding his father Klaas Afrikaner at around 1800. He was one of the founders of Namibia's first systematic settlement in an engineering sense, ǁKhauxaǃnas. After his death in 1823 his son Jonker Afrikaner succeeded him as Captain of the Afrikaner Orlams.[1]

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  1. ^ Dierks, Klaus. "Biographies of Namibian Personalities". Retrieved 24 June 2010. 

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