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    James Currey (May 1989)
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Currey (14 December 1907 – 18 November 2001) was a South African born poet, who wrote in English. The Africa We Knew, David Philip, 1973. Vinnicombe's Trek, 1989. Collected Poems, James Currey publishers, 2001. He was born in Mafeking, South Africa. His father was an English Methodist minister who had come out with the British troops at the end of the Boer War. He attended Kingswood School, Bath and Wadham College, Oxford. Currey married Stella Martin in 1932. He taught at Colchester Royal Grammar School from 1934 to 1973.

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Volume 61 Issue 3: diviners, seers and prophets in eastern africa. Currey, English Français. Currey, Vinnicombe's Trek: a family chronicle of the time of the Zulu and Boer Wars. London: James Currey, 1987, 240 p. £1. 5, ISBN 0 85255 038 3 hardback, and Pietermaritzburg: University of Natal Press, R1. 0, ISBN 0 86980 655 6 paperback. T. H. Davenport (a1). Rhodes University, Grahamstown. He taught at the Royal Grammar, Colchester (1934–73).

Currey was a South African born poet, who wrote in English. Retrieved 1 June 2011.

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son of Natal, stepson of Transvaal, 1854-1932. Published 1989 by J. Currey, Heinemann in London, Portsmouth (.

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Tom Vinnicombe's life was an exciting one for he lived in stirring times. He spent his childhood in Pietermaritzburg and after the Anglo-Zulu War and Majuba he trekked over the Drakensberg. With his wife, Rachel, and his growing family he went to the gold-fields, but later moved from growing town to growing town building Gothic churches for the Dutch Reformed congregations of the Highveld. His disgust at the Jameson Raid made him become a burgher of the Transvaal. But, the Anglo-Boer War divided his loyalties and he struggled to remain neutral rather than take up arms against his former country. Eventually, he had to leave the Republic and joined the Natal guides with bullers' advancing forces. He risked being executed for treason by taking food to his family, but his Boer neighbours helped him to escape. This adventure, like many of the happenings of his eventful and colourful life, is recorded in robust verse.