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Works of Sancho Family Members -

Claude A. H. Denbow
Income tax law and co-operative societies : a comparative study / Claude Hicks Augustus Denbow. Published: [1976]
Physical Details: 271 leaves ; 28 cm. Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of London, 1976.

Income tax law in the Commonwealth Caribbean / Claude H. Denbow ; foreword by Joaquim Gonsalves-Sabola.
Published: London : Butterworths ; Charlottesville, Virginia :
Michie Butterworth, 1997. Physical Details: xxxiii, 215 p. ; 25 cm.

Income tax law in the Commonwealth Caribbean / Claude H. Denbow ; foreword by Sir Joaquim Gonsalves-Sabola.
Published: London : Butterworths ; Charlottesville, Va. : Michie Butterworth, 1997.Physical Details: xxxiii, 215 p. ; 25 cm. ISBN: 0-406-99934-1 (pbk)

Life insurance law in the Commonwealth Caribbean / Claude H. Denbow ; foreword by Shridath S. Ramphal.
Published: London : Butterworths, 1984. Physical Details: xxiii, 226 p. ; 23 cm. ISBN: 0-406-07630-8 : £17.00



Seven Amazing Days in the life of Eze Ogueri

Introduction

On a modern globe British Guiana occupies a modest place – a relatively small spot of color on the north east shore of South America – quite dwarfed by its neighbor Brazil to the south, and by its North American cousins, Mexico, the United States, and Canada to the north. But for all its size British Guiana has historically been a gem in the crown of European Empire, a land long noted for its natural beauties and its riches, for its lonely mystery.

And today in British Guiana a people who heritage has been toil are fumbling their way toward self-realization and toward the goal of membership in the society of nations. More than every nine out of every ten Guianese are people of color, most of them the grand children and the great grand children of the hard working and deeply religious laboring folk who were brought to the shores of South America to cut the cane and mine the diamonds and gold which sweetened, enriched and beauti…
Sam Chase and Doc Denbow on Stage.

Doc Denbow spoke "Hi is wha happening? Ah lef me home to come here to get me death nuh? All you get off the stage."

Sam Chase cried " Oh Lord save our souls."
Dr. Claude A.H. Denbow Speaks.

Claude Denbow speaks; rival dentist colleague of red Dr. Cheddi Jagan, head of the all Negro local League of the Coloured People

"Driven out of India, Malaya, and Burma, British colonialism must find other areas, rich in cheap labour and raw materials to keep its imperialistic economy going. Africa and the Caribbean colonies were the last area left. They were now moving in for the kill, sheltering under the guise of large monopolistic concerns; for example – C.D.C.

The British government is about to denude these areas of all it potentials raw materials and while in the process of doing so, with pious and self righteous declaration it grudgingly grants various areas some dubious and subtle form of semi independence."



Speaking US Farm Labour Scheme

"A slave labour recruiting from British Guiana intended on releasing American workers to fight down trodden Koreans."

League Coloured People versus People's Progressive Party

Second Qua…
Sancho Lick He Luvva


Refrain –

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Sancho Lick He Luvva pan de dam

Gal a halla foh murda

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Sancho Kiss He Luvva pan de dam

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Sancho Squeeze He Luvva pan de dam

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Sancho Hug He Luvva pan de dam

Bip Bap Police ah com Bip Bap Police ah com

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Source: Braithwaite, Percy A - Folk songs of Guyana in words and music (edited by Serena Braithwaite)


Letter from Sancho to Ross - Descendants of BOSS BENTICK Sancho including children of Tuckness Sancho
To:

I believe that Great Grandfather Lambert Tuckness was the son of Christopher Bentick(BOSS BENTICK) Sancho who is resting in peace in the family vault at Golden Grove cemetery.
This Lambert Tuckness, whose tomb is flanked by those of Alex. and Christie, had many children. Among them are Alexander; our grandfather,Thomas; T. Anson's father, Christopher;(Uncle Christie) Joe Buds and Cassa's grandfather, the Abrams' mother, Edith
Sharper, Winnifred Moore, Kenneth Joyce's grandmother, the mother of the late Frank Denbow, the mother of the Elliott's of Golden Grove, and Cousin Jim Ralph's mother.

I believe that there are a few more of his children that I might have missed.

Leebert Sancho.
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 re…