195Re: [guyanese_genealogy] Neville
- Jun 2, 2005Dear Kizzyann,Your family may have been named Kadir and there are some of those listed in the Guyana Telephone Directory.Also, an amazing thing happenned in the post independence period, a number of people started chnging their names back so you may find some with the name you seek. Good luck.To enter this conversation I am Beatrice Alison Roberts, married Austin. I am seeking information on my mother and father's genealogy.My father's mother was from St. Lucia, her family are the Cenacs, Gustav, Nicholas, Xavier and Alexander. On his father's side, was Sue-a-Ling or Sue Ling and they lived in Linden.My mother was Agatha Enid Quelch and my father Milton RobertsI am also trying to complete my family tree.
kizzyann sam <kaas79@...> wrote:
I'm sorry Neville i should not have placed the word race at the end of
Mulatto, but the word Mulatto sometimes completely describes what a person
would look like. My great grandfather as i was told had very pale complexion
and it was difficult for anyone to know he had a drop of black blood in him
unless that information was given to them . So by me saying Mulatto, members
of the group i hope have a better understanding of the person i am looking
for, if they were asking another individual instead of a paper trail.
>From: Neville Quelch <nquelch@...>
>Subject: Re: [guyanese_genealogy] searching
>Date: Tue, 31 May 2005 16:08:31 -0400 (EDT)
>I have been reading all of the correspondence with great interest. I am
>not searching for my family but enjoying the way you all have put energy
>and time in helping each other. I have never before seen Guyanese working
>together in a common cause since independence. Obviously it takes
>politicians to screw-up the works. Please do not let any politicians in.
>I have one comment to make to Kizzyann. Mulatto is not a race. The
>Americans used a one percent rule that stated if a person had 1% Black
>blood then the person is Black. By using that rule, the various shades of
>Black peoples have a common history. If that history is taken away, then
>the people termed mulatto would be without a history or place in the world.
> I certainly don't mind if some Blacks were called cocoa brown, peanut
>brown, etc. At least they would be still be included as Blacks.
>"Jon - Budmart.co.uk" <budmartuk@...> wrote:
>I will have a look and see what i can find out and get back to you in a few
>days with any findings.
>Speak to you soon.
>kizzyasam <kaas79@...> wrote:
>My name is Kizzyann sam I am searching for my mother's (Florence
>Griffith) relatives.My mother was born in Bush Lot, Essequibo. All my
>father's genealogy records are accounted for. All i have to track my
>mother's side is very vage and almost non-exsistant, with names given
>to her from my grandmother (Margaret Griffith) who was afraid my mother
>would not be accepted into the family because of her skin color. My
>grandmother's father came to Guyana,from Barbados and settled in the
>pomeroon around early 1920'sor much earlier. His name was Griffith and
>of the malatto race. My grandmother's mother family came from India
>with the name...Cadeir... which the changed later to ....cadells... my
>spelling of these names may be a bit off. I would really like to
>reconect with this half of my family. If anyone has information i would
>really appreciate it.
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