Definition of Erven
1. erf [n] - See also: erf
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Literary usage of Erven
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1. History of Lee County, Illinois by Frank Everett Stevens (1914)
"... superintendent since 1910 and he has extensive and important fraternal affiliations, being a member of Ashton Lodge, No. 531, AF & AM; Nathan erven ..."
2. Water Supply of South Africa, and Facilities for the Storage of it by John Croumbie Brown (1877)
"Can you give us any information with regard to the value of dry and water erven of the same extent in villages Î—Dry erven of two acres in extent are not ..."
3. "Cape Times" Law Reports: A Record of Every Matter Disposed of in the by South Africa Supreme Court (1908)
"A majority of the erven-holders depended for a living on the produce of their gardens, and they would be seriously prejudiced by any decrease in the supply ..."
4. Records of the Cape Colony from February 1793 [to: Copied for the Cape by Cape of Good Hope (South Africa), Great Britain Public Record Office (1903)
"The erven were put up to sale, and Mr. Van de Graaff purchased two Garden erven, ... I afterwards purchased two of the erven of Mr. Van de Graaff, ..."
5. Revised History of Harlem (City of New York): Its Origin and Early Annals by James Riker (1904)
"1673, the 6th March; List of the Lands and erven of the Town N. Haerlem, to contribute to and discharge the aforesaid debts, whereof 1-3 must come from the ..."