Classmates from Calabar all age school in Kingston Jamaica on Sutton Road

by Yvonne Clarke
(USA)

Hi my name is Yvonne Clarke I am looking for classmates from Calabar all age school in Kingston Jamaica on Sutton Road our street downtown Kingston Jamaica.


I remember one of my classmate name Bridgette Cooke. The Principal name was Mr. Kelly. thank you very much I hope to meet some of my classmates already know where one is that you know tanto Metro is one of my classmates but I I don't know out of reach him. You know I don't wanna come off as if you know a groupie or anything.

He was one of my classmate around that time.

Also we actually have several classes together. I know his real name but I'm not going to say but his stage name is Tonto metro; some classmate name is TOMMY, ANGELA, CASSANDRA, OPAL, NATALIE.

I wish that I can find them. One of the Teacher name was Miss Campbell I think she was teaching the third grade or the 4th grade.

Another Teacher by the name of Mr. James; I think he was also the Asst. Principal.I attended until the 7th grade if I'm not mistaken no later than 9 grade. okay thank you. email:yec33@yahoo, com

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calabar all age
by: tommy

I went to calabar about that time and I know all the names.
Contact,miltonwallace6970@gmail.com

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I went Calabar in the 70's
by: Fitzy

I went Calabar from 1971 to 1979, I did not graduate. Mr Kelly was the Headmaster, I remembered calling him "Kellia" Though. I do not remember the names of any of my teachers, they were quite insignificant to me. Names of Classmates I remember are; Denzil Davies, Hopton Bermingham, Dalia Bailey, Diane Davies. I remember Andrew Champagne, a popular troublemaker. I would love to connect with some people of that era.

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