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Message Number: 97 - Thursday, September 15, 2016 13:25:27 PDT
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Name:  Shanique Sutherland
Hometown:  Jamaica

I'm trying to find the Lee hung/ Li Hong/ Li Hung, now Leahong that came from British Guiana to Jamaica in 1872, can anyone assist me.I am finding mentions of Henry and a Thomas senior but nothing concrete.Pleeeease.

Message Number: 96 - Tuesday, April 5, 2016 06:26:42 PDT
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Name:  Robert Dolores
Hometown:  Silver Spring, MD, USA
Chinese/Guyanese ancestry?:  Yes - Hakka Chinese lots of other things

First of all, thank you for all the work you've done on this project. It has been an invaluable resource in helping me track down more information on my ancestors.

My grand-uncle, Donald Lyen from England began the Lyen family tree decades ago. I took it over in the 1990's. I had the names, but not the date of arrival, or the ship they came on, or the allotment they went to. I found that info on your site.

We always thought the surname was Liu, but you have it listed there as Lui (1010) in your Norwood passenger list of 1860. Like you said, "bad handwriting". Also, my great-great-grandmother is listed there as well (1011) on the same ship. They must have known each other back in China. My great-great-grandfather was a lucky man to have a wife from the same village as there were so few woman who came on these voyages.

I noticed all the woman on all these voyages had the same first name "She". So my great-great-grandmother's name is listed as "Low She". Is this a coincidence or just laziness on the

Message Number: 95 - Thursday, October 15, 2015 09:37:53 PDT
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Name:  Elmo Leow (Steve)
Chinese/Guyanese ancestry?:  Guyanese-Chinese

Great work Trev.
I wrote here in 1999 (#57)and always return for a refresher and to imagine the life of my foreparents. My dad was Frank (chinese), mother is Cynthia (East Indian)both from Bagotville, West Bank Demerara. My dad had a weightlifting gym (Deluxe Gym) in Bagotville.I was born in Rose Hall Village, where my parents relocated and owned Leow's Restaurant. My dad passed when I was 4, and my mom continued the family business until she retired. i reside in NJ, USA with my precious wife (Guyanese-Afro) and daughter. I would love to know more about my foreparents. I was in touch with a Yvonne Leow living in Australia from Guyana, but we lost touch over the years. Would love to connect with anyone who would like to share info and even be friends.
God's blessings to you Trev and your precious family. Your hard work is not in vain.
Love, Elmo(Steve) Leow.

Message Number: 94 - Friday, September 25, 2015 23:33:08 PDT
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Name:  Reeca Richards
Hometown:  Trinidad and Tobago
Chinese/Guyanese ancestry?:  Chinese/Guyanese/Trinidadian

Hi,I am in search for my great- great grandmother's Chinese name. She came from China to Guyana with her parents and two other siblings but they changed her name to Juliana Joseph and her siblings were Josephine and Ahing and then the came to Trinidad. Juliana married Charles Richards and that is all we know so far. He died 1940 we believe she was 70yrs. Please if anyone has information on any Joseph's of Chinese decent please share and how the get her information in Guyana about the name change, it will be greatly appreciated.
Thank You so much in-advance

Message Number: 93 - Friday, May 29, 2015 12:29:02 PDT
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Name:  Barbara Low
Hometown:  Ottawa Ontario, Canada
Chinese/Guyanese ancestry?:  Grandfather Frederick O Low Magistrate/Judge

My grandfather was Frederick Orlando Low/ I am the daughter of Frederick Low PHOTOGRAPER of Lows Photo Studio King street Guyana My Grand father was brouth to Guyana with his father,went to England and self studied law. returned to Guyana was a judge/Magistrate. there was an artice in The Kaituer New somtime late 1990's of Chinese immigrants I think the artice was called those who came those who propered. I have tears in my eyes, just realizing that all three of my anscestors were brought to Guyana, WHAT A JOURNEY!!!!
MANY MANY THANKS for your time & research. it must have been a thrill. will be in touch

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