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BARRETT, Hubert Agustus, of Lakeland, Florida, died on Saturday, April 24, 2004, at Lakeland Regional Medical Center. The Journal News, (8/19/2004) BARRETT, Reuben G., 61, passed away on May 29 at Westlake Hospital. He leaves behind Teresa Bartley, children: Fernando, Paulette, Wilbert Jr., Junior Osavia, Debbie, Joseph, Brian and Martin; step-children: Cecilia and John; brother John, sister Corleada; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. She worked for a number of years as a sales clerk at the original Bremer's Department Store. Burgess of Bremerton; a sister, Hazel Brock of Edmonds; seven grandchildren, Don of Dickerson, Md., Andy of Roseburg, Ore., Jana of Spokane, Tom of Taipei, Taiwan, Scott of Mountain Home, Idaho, Mark of Anchorage, Alaska, and Kim of Fairbanks, Alaska; and 20 great-grandchildren. September 1768, Lancaster Letter to Mr James Bisbrown at Poulton Sir This afternoon by Preston Post I received yours of 29 Aug ultimo - in answer whereto it appears by the Indenture before me that Harry Blackburn son of John Blackburn of Blackpoole was bound to Mr Peter Woodhouse then resident in Jamaica and to me then living in Lancaster being owner of the ship Two Sisters then at Lancaster for five years from 18 December 1756 to be a sailor and by memorandum of my clerks writing in the ships book he ran away from my ship the Miriam at Jamaica 1759. "And lastly, to my loving people, denominated and recognised by law as being in fact my slaves in Jamaica, but more estimated and considered by me and my family as tenants for life, attached to the soil, I bequeath a dollar for every man woman and child as a small token of my regard for their faithfull and affectionate service and willing labours to myself and family, being recipocally bound in one general tie of master and servant, the prosperity of the land, from which we draw our mutual comforts and substinence in our several relations (a tie and interest not practised on by the hired labourer of the day in the United Kingdom) the contrary of which doctrine is held only by the visionists of the puratanical orders against the common feeling of mankind". He was employed as a Train Operator for the New York City Transit Authority where he worked for over 17 years. Keith graduated from Cambridge Institute in London, England. He is survived by loving stepmother, Emily Graham Johnson; only daughter and son-in-law, Shearon (Lorna) and Hearold Wickham; sisters, Pat Graham Haughton, Pam Graham, Barbra Graham Shattuck, Paulette Graham Clarke; two stepsisters, Shirley Watters and Lois Brown; brothers, Charles Harris and Sidney Graham; three grandchildren, nieces and nephews and a host of friends. She married Patrick Gladstone Burke in 1929 in Trelawny, and passed away on April 23, 1989 in Pickering, Ontario, Canada. Private burial was in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 17, 1928, in Manchester, Jamaica, he came here from Jamaica in 1981. Predeceased by son, Garth, Cynthia, Patricia and grandson, George, 17 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews, a host of other relatives and friends. At the time of his departure, he was also an Elder of Good Shepard C. On September 21, 2004 Wilbert went home to join his late daughter Sonia and his brother the late Samuel Bartley. BLACKBURN, Harry The following is from Lancashire Record Office (England) document file PR 2027, an extract from apprentice records in Poulton parish, Lancashire. The late JOHN BLAGROVE Esq who died April 1824 and the owner of 1,500 slaves in Jamaica, by the following clause in his will, marks at once his feeling for his slaves which few men would bestow on the free labourers of England. John Blagrove, has not nor will have, many imitations in the colonies. He was married to Pearl Boreland and to this union two sons were born. The Journal News, Wednesday, September 1st, 2004 BRAHAM, Keith Headly, 61, of Sargeant St., Hartford died peacefully on Saturday (January 10, 2004). Catherine, Jamaica West Indies, he lived in Hartford for 35 years. Keith was a retiree of the USA Army Reserve and will be deeply missed by family and friends. BURKE, Ruby Delores, born in 1910 in Panama of Jamaican parents, went to live in Jamaica at the age of 6. Reference British Columbia Vital Records (BCVR) 1946 Death Registration #011742 Family History Library Film #2032423 ANDERSON, Ferdinand Fernando, Sr. He was born on November 18, 1903 in Robin's Bay, Jamaica, West Indies. The Journal News, August 13th, 2004 ANDERSON, Kenneth, of Port Chester, NY, died on April 8, 2003 at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx, NY. Elder Barrett was the Assistant Pastor of the Worldwide Christian Association and former pastor of Faith Holiness C. He was born on July 2 , 1928, in Lucea, Jamaica, West Indies. Funds for Black's Bequest for Domestic servants- for faithful servants settled in Glasgow or neighbourhood 10 years or more in one situation , preferably over 60. She was survived by her sons Patrick, Douglas, and Gary, and her daughter Patricia.
We were blessed that Ferdinand was able to celebrate his 100th birthday. Ferdinand, a devoted father, is survived by his children: Mr. Kenneth worked as a Machinist for Monarch Brass Company in New Rochelle, NY. Barry graduated from Kingston Technical High School in 1948, received a Bachelors of Science in Engineering from the University of Edinburgh in 1956 and a Ph. in Civil Engineering from the University of London's Imperial College of Science and Technology in 1963. BURRELL, Carl Antonio, 48, died unexpectedly December 6 at his Toronto home survived by his Mother Iris Allen; Father Milford George Burrell Senior and wife Olga Burrell; Brothers Mark Burrell, Mitch Brown, Patrick Allen, Ewan Allen, Courtney Allen, Robert Hamilton, Ainsley White, Milford George Burrell Junior; Sisters Carol Ffrench, Marcia Grant, Rose Marie Cunningham.
(Obituary in Globe and Mail, July 15, 2011.) CHIN-YEE, Constance (née Ng Fatt) - Passed away on February 14, 2011 at the age of 94 years.
Wife of Leonard (deceased) for 73 years; mother of Penny Tai Pow (John, deceased), Jacky Young, Bruce (Pauline) and Ross (Sharon); grandmother of Malcolm (Laura), Karen (Paul), Nicholas (Liuda), Benjamin, Rachel, Jonathan, Zachary, Amy and Jessica; great-grandmother to Andrew, Neil, Caroline, Kate and Katya.
Another daughter, Yolande Allison, preceded Ovetta. She also precedes siblings, Edelmera Harrison, Getseta Thompson, Seymour (Chappo) O'Meally and Gloria Nelson. A memorial service was held at Fillatre's Funeral Home Chapel. Kingston, Jamaica, BWI age 22, occupation Private Secretary. James BALFOUR [ Church of England ], mother Ada Louisa EAST. JB was a founding member of the Jamaican Canadian Association.
In Jamaica, Ovetta worked as Postmistress at both the Hayes and Alley post offices. He was a medical technologist and laboratory manager at Connaught Medical Research Laboratories for 28 years.