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Conversation with Cousin Brenda - 5/11/2003 - A summary

I spoke with my good cousin Brenda, last night (5/11/2003) and I am very pleased to state I was duly informed that Joyce C. Moore is not great Aunt Winifred Sancho-Moore’s daughter but her husband’s child. Thus I have no choice but to remove name from the list of Notable Sanchos.
Secondly, Cousin Brenda remembers attending a function in 1948 a 100th year celebrations in Nabaclis, in which her mother great Aunt Eileen Sancho-Abrams was honored.
I slept with it – analytical thinking – suggest perhaps there were two 100th year celebrations in Nabaclis in the 1940’s, within five years of each other – one for Sancho and the other for the village.
Is it logical – yes –Is this emotional – yes- but is it the truth – I do not know – do you?
There was a fire in the village office and it’s very possible the records of the proceedings may have been destroyed. This is not known – therefore Sanchos must consider the village office may not reveal helpful information but, never the less it’s worth the effort to investigate as a source of Sancho information.
Cousin Brenda was unable to shed any light on the relationship between the following; Dowridge, Gravesande, Moses all of Victoria, and Sancho. I also asked Cousin Brenda to commit her memory to writing the history of the school, she founded.

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