VAN DER STADT, Jan WillemBorn: fl 1892
In 1892 two of the adjunct-architects were dismissed from the employ of the DPW of the ZAR, namely Jan Willem VAN DER STADT (fl 1892) and Johan Carl Maximillian HAGER (1870-?) due to a decision by the Volksraad brought on by a shortage of funds (MINNAAR, 2000: 39). By 1895 VAN DER STADT is again recorded as being in the employ of the DPW of the ZAR as a Technical Officer in temporary position at a salary of £35 per month and in 1897 recorded as being in permanent employ of the DPW as Chief Supervisor, Pretoria at an annual salary of £500 per annum (Almanak, 1897: 243), at the time having sworn an oath of allegiance to the State (MINNAAR, 2000: 45), a position he retained until the outbreak of the South African War. He is recorded as a deportee paid severance pay in Brussels in 1900.
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