Brothers and Sisters not known after fifty plus years

by Rachael Graham
(London England)

I have a few Brothers and a sister, Or two Sisters and a Brother that I do not know. I came from a family of ten, My Mother and Father were Married at the time.


There were two women who became Mothers of Children belonging to my Father. I know that these women worked in Paul Walker's Bar on the main Road a few yards from where the Plaza is in Spanish Town.

One of the women were called Rose The other were called WILLEL, 'I don't Know their Last Name.One of the women had two Children, the other had one.


I understood from my Mother that one of my sisters were still in Jamaica about five to six years ago, I know that these children were born between 19 52 & 1957 Some where around that time they may be a year or so older.

If this helped any at all My Father had Two Brothers, Victor and Clarance, They are also Graham, One has passed away the other still lives in Jamaica.

My Father's Name was Lesley Graham, He was a fireman worked at Chemical works and lived in Spanish Town March Pen Road.He also had a vegetable garden near the work place ,There was a Ice Factory near by.I know that these Brothers and Sister's would be between 58 &53 years old. There is another which I already know about who's also 58.

Is there anybody who may know of three or four people with the Surname Graham and a family history such as this? This is something I having been hoping to put at rest, My Mother is still alive but not able to tell me much and I am still interested to find them.

Rachael

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