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There are currently 94 messages.
There have been 3629 visits since 2007-10-06
This page was last accessed on 2015-07-04


Message Number: 94 - Friday, May 29, 2015 12:29:02 PDT
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Posted From:Canada
Name:  Barbara Low
Hometown:  Ottawa Ontario, Canada
Chinese/Guyanese ancestry?:  Grandfather Frederick O Low Magistrate/Judge
Comments:

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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Message Number: 90 - Monday, July 28, 2014 14:26:54 PDT
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Posted From:United Kingdom
Name:  Linda Chan
Hometown:  Acton London
Chinese/Guyanese ancestry?:  Chinese/indian/african/english
Comments:

Thankyou for so much information.
I am looking for connections to the Chan family of Anna Catherina.

Leong a kin married Mary Wong
had 4 children Rufus, Lillian, Louise and Joshiah
family names I have heard are:
Chan, Lee, and Choy

should anyone know of their children
Lawrrence,Claude, or Doreen I would be happy to hear from you.




Message Number: 89 - Tuesday, June 3, 2014 06:27:27 PDT
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Posted From:United States
Name:  Raychel de Groot
Chinese/Guyanese ancestry?:  Chinese/Guyanese
Comments:

My great great grandfather's name was Alex Chin-a-fat he was born in Hong Kong and then he came to Guyana (alone) and his wife's name was Jane Agard (he met her in guyana). I don't know too much about him or my chinese ancestry to honest but I would to know and learn more. So if anyone knows any information about the last name Chin-a-fat please feel free to contact me. Im not sure how common that last name is, but my family is mixed with African/Indian/European...so you can kind of understand why Its hard to find information.


Message Number: 88 - Wednesday, May 14, 2014 18:34:40 PDT
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Posted From:Australia
Name:  Kim Sue-A-Quan
Hometown:  London
Chinese/Guyanese ancestry?:  No
Comments:

I am the wife of Eswick Sue-A-Quan who was born in Georgetown in 1949


Message Number: 87 - Saturday, September 7, 2013 13:13:45 PDT
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Posted From:Sweden
Name:  M. Anita
Hometown:  Sweden
Chinese/Guyanese ancestry?:  Great Grandfather was chinese in Guyana
Comments:

Thank you for having this web page. Im looking through the lists of Chinese who came to work in Guyana in the 1880s trying to find a SUE as my grandfather's last name was Sue. So thank you for all your work in putting these names online.


Message Number: 86 - Monday, July 22, 2013 09:12:26 PDT
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Posted From:United States
Name:  Frank Ewing-Chow
Hometown:  Leonora / GT / Calif.
Comments:

A very commendable treatise on Chinese history / lineage /heritage in British Guyana. It is a fascinating story for anyone wanting to find out about indentured labor in British Guiana. I personally found answers to questions I have had for many years!!

I encourage all to access the guest book.....you never know who you will find or who may find you!!

Frank ( Franklin) Ewing-Chow


Formerly by way of Leonora / Campbleville /Central High 52-56 / QC 57-59/ Bookers Internal Audit 59 - 62 / California 62 -


Message Number: 85 - Thursday, June 20, 2013 20:34:29 PDT
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Posted From:Canada
Name:  Janet Naidu
Hometown:  Richmond Hill
Chinese/Guyanese ancestry?:  South Indian (Madras) ancestry
Comments:

You have created very thorough and valuable information about the Chinese of Guyana. I found it to be educational and also touching, something like walking back into history and imagining all those who came and their journey. Thank you.