Johan de Fin
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Johan de Fin, also known as Jean de Fin, was born 15 September 1800 in Prague.
De Fin came to Kaffraria in 1857 with the British German Legion, and founded the German Legion town of Hamburg at the mouth of the Keiskamma River. Soon after the re-incorporation of British Kaffraria in 1865 he was appointed as Forest Ranger and continued serving in this post till about 1880. He lived at Rabula and in Keiskammahoek, where he acted as conservator and magistrate's clerk. 
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