My grandfather - Hezekiah Augustus Francis
by Michelle Brown
My mother lost touch with her dad over 40 years ago. I met him only once and remember he ran a factory in Jamaica and owned a large house with land and another house on it he rented.
My mum just turned 70 and out of the blue mentioned she is trying to get in touch with my grandfather and would love to know fine is still alive.
Mum now lives in the UK as do I but we believe Hezekiah Augustus Francis remained in Jamaica
If anyone could help with any information that would fantastic.
Thanks in advance
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