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A funeral Mass was held at Our Lady of the Cape Church, Stony Brook Road, Brewster. Barrett; daughters, Ann Reid, Maureen Barrett-Rattigan and Paula Barrett-Drummond, all of Lakeland, Winsome Williams, Kingston, Jamaica; sons, Barrington Barrett, Atlanta, Ga., Romey Henry, Miami; brothers, Asbert Bolton, Lakeland, Albert "Son" Barrett, James Barrett and David Barrett, all Manchester; sisters, Valarie Turner-Smith, Shelia Turner, Olive Turner, Cislyn Bennett, Gladys Barrett and Violett Barrett, all of Manchester; and eight grandchildren. BARRETT, - Miss Louise A., age 91, departed this life peacefully on August 15, 2004. She leaves to mourn children, Newborn of Florida, Una and Delphy of Ossining; Trevor of Peekskill as well as seven adopted children. In September 2000, Wilbert relocated to Orlando, FL to join his daughter, Paulette. Vernon, New York departed this life August 28, 2004. Boreland was born on October 30, 1943 in Jamaica, West Indies to the late Matilda and Joseph Boreland. He was employed at JT Slocomb as a Mechanical Engineer. Hartford Courant (1/17/2004) BREMMER, Noel F., 68, of Sigourney St., Hartford, departed this life on Saturday, (September 4, 2004) at St. (The Edinburgh Advertiser of 01 November 1825) BRYANT, Juliette M., age 75 of Ft. ______________ BURKE, Dorothy Marilyn Burke (nee Stewart), third wife of Patrick Gerald Burke, born 1936 in Canada, passed away peacefully on December 2, 2013 in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, leaving 3 children.
Survivors include two sisters, Peg Mulligan of Harwich and Sister Marilyn Barnett O. of Adrian, Mich.; a granddaughter; four great-grandchildren; and two nieces. and immigrated to Ossining, NY to join her children in 1985. While residing in New York, he worked at White Plains Hotel for several years before moving on to Westchester County Rehabilitation Center in Valhalla, where he worked until he retired in 1981. Timothy's Anglican Church, 4125 Sheppard Avenue East. She leaves to mourn her husband, children, grandchildren and an appreciative global village of people whose lives were impacted by her work. DEATHS - At Tulloch, in the Island of Jamaica, on the 14th of November last, George Abercromby BRUCE, in the 19th year of his age, second son of the late Alex. MARRIAGES - At Jackson's Cottage, near Dumfries, on the 25th ult., William BRUCE, Esq., younger of Symbister, advocate, to Agnes, second daughter of William Gordon M'CRAE, Esq., formerly of the Island of Jamaica. There was a celebration of Bunty's life on December 16, at the Mt. He was predeceased by his parents Patrick Gladstone Burke (1967) and Ruby Delores Burke (1989), and by his brother Lionel Ambrose Burke (1988).
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.
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.
During that time, he married Myrta Cumberbatch, who passed in 1931. ATKINS, Lenore G., of Peekskill died January 12, 2000. She was born on September 1, 1932 in Jamaica to Mr. Born in Kingston, Jamaica, in 1930, Eva completed her nursing training and post-graduate studies in midwifery at the Nuttall Memorial Hospital, and immigrated to Canada in 1954. Died Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 22nd September 1952, Vancouver, age 71. Cherished daughter of Loris Cathcart and predeceased by her father Eric. A memorial service was held at the James Reed Funeral Home, 1900 John Counter Boulevard, Kingston, on Thursday, June 16, 2011 (Canadian Obituary). Downing Street, April 1 - The Queen has been pleased to appoint Samuel BENNELLS, Esq., to be a member of the Legislative Council of the Island of Jamaica. The Toronto services were held January 20 and 21 from 2 - 4 PM at the Heritage Funeral Centre, 50 Overlea Blvd., Toronto.
He took a train to New Rochelle to live with a friend and find work. They had three children: Alice, Bertram and Ferdinand, Jr. He is survived by six daughters , five sons and 20 grandchildren, two brothers, Raymond Anderson of Montego Bay, Jamaica and Patrick Anderson, of Ft. His Grandfather, George Abrahams is listed as a Justice on this site. On November 20, 1954 she married Barcliff Atkins in Jamaica. Atkins had lived in Peekskill since 1982 and worked as a Nurse's Aid for U. Mother of (Sierra) Heather and Raymond Bacquie; sister of Hetty (deceased), Horace and William Gordon; grandmother of Sean and Dillon Bacquie; aunt of Marie Gross, Michael, Charles, Elizabeth and Bobby Gordon; first wife of Michael Bacquie. He is survived by his wife Alison, his sons Roger (Irina) and Wayne (Zaneta), his daughter, Nicola (Roger), 8 grandchildren. A natural athlete, Carl was granted a track & field/cross country scholarship to the University of Northern Iowa, where he graduated with a degree in Engineering.
BREWER, Olive E., born December 23, 1927 in Jamaica, W. Vernon and also as an estimator for over nine years at Longine's in New Rochelle. Her survivors include: two daughters, six grandchildren, three brothers, four sisters, four nephews and nine nieces. Full Reference British Columbia Vital Records (BCVR), Death 1958 Registration #12, Family History Library Film #2033179 BROWN, Edith, resident of New Rochelle expired January 31, 2001. Interment will be at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Cemetery. BRYANT, Noel Lascells, born July 29, 1924 in Clarendon, Jamaica, went to sleep October 24, 2004. His four sons: Mark Buck of Fairfield, CT; Trescott Buck of Birmingham, England; Trevor Buck of San Francisco, CA; Max Ensor of Birmingham, England and seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, also many cousins. Born in Trelawny, Jamaica, Doug was the second son of Patrick Gladstone and Ruby Delores Lorraine Burke.
She worked for over 40 years as a beautician in Mt. Vernon for 22 years and in Scarsdale for the last six years. Died 11th Sept.1958, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. of Margate and sister, Gloria Smatt of Pembroke Pines and many nieces and nephews. The Journal News, Friday, April 23rd, 2004 BURKE, Douglas Everard, 1932 - 2012.