1907T.R. SimForests & Forest Flora 10The kinds which have been worked to any extent are..Sneezewood, Real Yellow-wood, Outeniqua Yellow-wood, Faurea arborea under the name of Beukenhout.
1917R. MarlothDict. of Common Names of Plants 11Beukehout, Several species of Faurea, viz. F. saligna (Tr. Rhod.); F. Galpinii (Zoutpansberg); F. speciosa (No.). The Cape beech (Myrsine) is sometimes called Wit.
1944C.R. PranceUnder Blue Roof 74Between the sundial and the rain-gauge towers the giant ruin of a ‘beukenhout’ tree, shaped like a rough-hewn ebony cross.
1966Cape Times 24 Sept. (Weekend Mag.) 9Some other species have not done well. A beukenhout has pined.
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