Barkly East, Eastern Cape

Founded: 1874

Named after Sir Henry Barkly (1815-1898), governor of the Cape Colony from 1870 to 1877.

 


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List of references:

Harris, CT; Noëth, JG; Sarkady, NG; Schutte, FM & Van Tonder, JM. 2010. Van seringboom tot kerkgebou : die argitektoniese erfenis van die Gereformeerde Kerke. Krugersdorp: Gereformeerde Kerke in Suid-Afrika. pp 9, 75
Maeder, GA & Zinn, C. 1917. Ons kerk album van Hollandsche kerken en leeraren. Capetown: Cape Times. pp 118
Richardson, Deirdré. 2001. Historic Sites of South Africa. Cape Town: Struik Publishers. pp 8

List of structures:

Afrikaanse Protestantse Kerk: n.d..
Apostoliese Geloof Sending: 1963.
Balspindie Bridge: 1959.
Barkly East Agricultural Society Show Grounds: 1907.
Church: n.d..
Gereformeerde Kerk: 1885.
House: 1890.
House: n.d..
House: n.d..
House: n.d..
House: n.d..
Joe Gqabi Municipal Offices: c1907.
Kenmure: n.d..
Lauriston: n.d..
Library: 1930.
Loch Bridge - Kraai River: 1893.
Locksley: n.d..
Methodist Church: 1885.
Museum: 1891.
Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk: 1907.
Old Hall: n.d..
Old Mill: c1870.
Old School: 1888.
Post Office: 1896.
Rail Bridge over the Kraai River - Tierkrans: n.d..
Road Bridge over the Bell River: n.d..
Road Bridge over the Kraai River: n.d..
St Stephen's Anglican Church: 1974.
Standard Bank: n.d..
Tierkrans Switchback Railway: 1928-1930.
Town Hall: 1955.
Workers' Quarters: 1923.