The Golden Grove –Nabaclis area, is the adopted home of the Sanchos as their surviving story indicates.
Now bear with me as I continue by adding, the Guyanaca.com article a Profile of Nabaclis, which I posted was a catalysts, a battery charger, If I may, in the developing the idea of a forum, to discuss issues relative and affecting the Golden Grove –Nabaclis area. I found the article inept, juvenile, and not at all reflecting the articulate and the intellectual, who call the area, home. It did not touch on sports, education, music, religion, the slave masters, and the ethnic groups who resided there.
The Richards’s family brothers, Battle and Pepe were outstanding athletes.
Oswald Sancho, the Harry brothers, Walter Smith, Kenny and Terrence Bristol.
Glasglow brothers Ovid and Keith, Winston English and Robert Adonis, Charlie Smith
Michael “Backleg” Sancho
Kingfighter, Joy Thomas and the Bowauns, Wendy Allen, Miriam Makeba, Patrick Barker, “Bob Dirt” Sumner
Methodists, Lutheran, Seven Day’s Adventists, Baptists Churches
Nabaclis born and bred, Mortimer Duke, the very first chancellor of the University of Guyana. Economists Bertrand Abrams and Lawyer Barton Scotland are also prominent among the articulate and intellectuals of Guyana’s society.
Mamadou Lumumba and Shango Umoja were deported from Guyana January 1973 to United States for their association with ASCRIA African Society for Cultural Relations with Independent Africa listed Activities Third World 30 March 1973 page 11-13 Eusi Kwayana Black Scholar May- Aug 1973.
Carl Austin commissioner of Guyana Police Force, Oswald Sancho officer in command Crime Prevention Unit.
Holder Golden Grove, Nabaclis Thomas Sancho and Kendall.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION
Golden Grove and Nabaclis Village District
Chairman Councillors, Overseer
Walrond plantation Nabaclis
Gainsfort plantation Golden Grove
Rodway, James History of British Guiana vol.#2, page 231.
DeCastro brothers, Simon, St. Kitts, Stanley Solomon, Chinese, Portuguese and east Indians