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His mother was Jane Meikle Anderson and his father was Alexander Anderson. Ferdinand arrived in America in 1923 through the Port of Philadelphia. He worked for Packard, Luby & Hory Chevrolet Companies. He was born April 13, 1931 in Jamaica to Arnold and Princess Wright Anderson. Anderson was married to the late Verlinda Clarke who died July 12, 1990. The Journal News, April 9th, 2003 ANDREWS - Maxwell Ewart, Born November 19, 1917 in Kingston, Jamaica. His father was Edward Paul Andrews and his mother was Hildred Ewart Andrews (nee Abrahams) of Hayfield, Ewarton. She is survived by her husband Barcliff of Peekskill; a step-son Danny Atkins of Bridgeport, CT; a step-daughter Sharon Spence of Jamaica; and many cousins. The Journal News, January 16th, 2000 BACQUIE, Eva Corinth, at Sunnybrook Palliative Care Centre, on Friday, January 21, 2011, after a four year battle with cancer. He taught civil engineering at Queen's University for 27 years before retiring in 1993. Carl was born in Jamaica and raised in Mississauga from the age of 12.
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.
BIRTHS - At Friendship Park Villa, in Liguanea, St. From Newfoundland she would travel back to Jamaica to look after her mother and then her father and later would go to Toronto to help with her brother, Keith and sister in law, Dorothy, before they passed away. February 10, 2000, Gazette (Memorial University of Newfoundland Paper, Canada) BANNELL, Mrs. Globe and Mail Saturday June 23, 2012 BYLES, Theophilus Theophilus (Ted) Lynch Byles,91,of Mt. He is survived by two sisters, Leila Enid Brandon, of Richmond, VA, and Ferris Katherine Dixon, of Concord, MA; a daughter, Virginia L. Pleasant; three grandchildren, Richard Foreman, of Brooklyn, NY, Andrew Foreman and his wife Debbi, of Ft. Pleasant; two great grandchildren, Alexander Foreman and Elizabeth Foreman of Ft. [Toronto Star.] CAMPBELL, Delbert, was born June 26, 1948 in Hanover, Jamaica to Flora Myrie and Herbert Campbell. Delbert served in the US Army and graduated from Quinsigamond College, he worked at the White Plains Hospital for 22 years as a Senior Radio Technologist and the Supervisor of the department.
Andrews, Island of Jamaica, on the 22d October, the lady of Alexander AIKMAN, jun., Esq., printer to his Majesty, and to the Hon. (The Edinburgh Advertiser of 10 January 1827) ALLISON, Ovetta - Died at Brampton Civic Hospital on Thursday, January 10, 2013. Died North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2nd Oct. Reference British Columbia Vital Records (BCVR) 1965 Death Registration #05 Family History Library Film #2033798. She made trips to England to see her son David, daughter-in-law Pamela and family as well as sister Phyllis and her husband Bob. He lived in Stamford, CT, for 23 years and was member of the Bethel AME Church in Stamford. He is survived by his wife Dorothy Riley Campbell, daughters, Fay, Jennifer, Monica, Tracey, stepdaughter Maline Miller, sons Fitzroy, Phillip and Trevor.
She will be missed by Ian Allison, father of her two children. As well as her daughter, Angela, former husband, Alan, son, David and daughter in law, Pamela, she left grandchildren, Shan (husband Bob), Kerry (husband Keith), Bruce, Fiona (husband Joerg), Ntiana and Peter and great grandchildren, Danielle, Lucas, Francesco and Christina as well as sister, Joan. Delbert leaves behind his mother, Flora Chambers, wife Allison Leslie-Campbell, son Donovan, brothers: Sonny, Rennick, Winston, Desmond and Devin, sisters: Thelma, Polly, Rubina, Winsome, Rosey, Elaine and Ettie. Also survived by his mother Doris Campbell as well as four sisters and two brothers.
Keith Anderson, his grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. A loving and cherished husband of Melvera for 31 years; a devoted father of three lovely daughters, Maxine, Ikeda and Steshanee; and a pillar of strength to only son, Oniel; three grandsons, Lorenzo, D'Angelo and Tejaun. The Journal News, Thursday, September 30th, 2004 BATCHELOR, Barrington Devere, 82, Professor Emeritus, Queen's University, died peacefully at home in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, on Monday, June 13, 2011. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Noel and Ray; a sister, Patricia; two sons, Donald and Douglas; and a grandson, Timothy. James, sometime surgeon in Jamaica, afterwards residing in Glasgow d 1834. He leaves to cherish his memory devoted longtime companion Trudy Davis; his beloved sons: Michael and Ricardo (Rick) Boreland, and his former wife Pearl Boreland. She was predeceased by her husband (1896-1967), and her son Lionel Ambrose Burke (1934-1988). Following the early and unexpected death of her husband Peter in 1974, when she was only 54, Beryl retired three years later and left to start a new life in Corner Brook, Newfoundland living with her daughter Angela and family. among his many interests, friends recall his love of music and his two children, Freddy and Marie-Claire. Born June 3, 1908 to Egbert and Georgianna Bent in Jamaica, W. Grace Burgess Purdum, 94, of Bremerton died May 23, 1999, at Belmont Terrace Convales-cent Center. Survived by his brothers, sisters, nieces, and nephews. John's York Mills Anglican Church, 19 Don Ridge Drive on Wednesday, June 27. He was predeceased by his parents and by four brothers, Walter Nigel Byles, Dudley Keith Byles, George Louis Duncan Byles and Reginald Owen Byles. Grandfather of Alex, Sarah, Sean, Savian, Lauren and Adrian. Predeceased by his parents William and Rhea Cameron. Beryl went into teaching, ending up at St Hugh's High School for girls in Kingston where she taught French and Mathematics and served as Vice Principal for many years. He subsequently accepted a position as professor of zoology and head of the department at the University of the West Indies in Kingston. Grandma, as everyone most affectionately knew her, has 8 grandchildren, 13 great-grand children and 1 great-great grandchild as well as numerous relatives and dear friends. The Journal News, Saturday, September 21st, 2002 BENT, Beryl, a resident of New Rochelle for 55 years on November 16, 2000. Port Angeles is directly south of Victoria across the Juan de Fuca Strait. Predeceased by his wife Pauline [daughter of Paul and Mary Geddes], and his parents Hilda and Eric. 'Papa' to Ariel, Thomas, Esther, Zachary, Isleigh, and Scarlett. Ted was also a member of the famous ROMEO lunch group. CAMERON, Ian - Of Welland, at the Welland Hospital on Friday, October 2, 2009 in his 75th year. Father of Paul Cameron (Kathleen) of Thorold, Roger Cameron (Maria) and Kathryn Bettridge (Gerry), all of Welland. 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.