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I think you ought to confer with the Younge family members, and or perhaps recruit Victor Sancho to do so, since Weygande Younge asked for and or about him- I feel they were classmates or very close during their high school days in Georgetown.
How the descendants of Walter Kendall and Alma Mason? Can you arrange contact with them?
Shine a light on Bobb, Bobb-Semple, Chisholm, Gordon, Ramsay, Sarrabo, Seymour, Stephen, Welch, White, and Wiltshire- will you?
Did anyone identify the following; D. Sancho of the Buxton-Friendship community c.1919, E. Sancho Member of Council of [Canje] Rose Hall Village District c.1919, Louisa, Charles, and K. W. Sandy of Golden Grove c.1919?

Did Alexander Sancho follow his father, Lambert Tuckness and his grand father, Bentick, in the Local Government Administration of Golden Grove and Nabaclis Village District? Did any of Lambert Tuckness Sancho's children took part in the community affairs of the village district?

Would you consider Charles Sancho a Local Preacher of the Bachelor's Adventure Seventh Days' Adventist Church? I seem to remember Uncle Charlie preaching in the church and supervising the construction and or repairs to the main thruway in Bachelor's Adventure; the Middle Walk- am I not correct?

Is Evelyn Abrams who was an Assistant Teacher at Victoria Roman Catholic School c. January, 1957; great Aunt Eileen Esme Abrams' daughter?

It seems Randolph Abrams was quite a singer in his younger days in the Buxton-Friendship community. Did he have a brother who also participated in community activities in that era?

Do consider the articles I posted - the baby steps to forming and incorporating a nonprofit organization- Lets take bold steps to accelerate this process. I believe this ought to and more so must be placed upon the table in Montreal 2005.

Above all, I will again suggest you document your story, the founding of the High school in Golden Grove, including the history of the lodge as you understand it.
I often wonder whether my efforts are in vain for Sancho and other family members do not give a response to whatever I write. I am sure they never heard of the names, and the stories of persons I encountered in those ancient newspaper articles.
Peace...

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