Estcourt, Question of Anglican Ordinations (1873), and by A.
Estcourt is a trading centre, 75 m.
Hildyard, which opposed Joubert's advance on Pietermaritzburg at Estcourt.
The first seems to have been that founded in 1709 with Richard Estcourt, the actor, as steward.
Sgt Estcourt was awarded a divisional commendation for disarming a suicidal man who had a knife.
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