My Grandfather's Old Friend-Eustace Williams, Kingston Jamaica 1950s
My grandfather told us a story of his old childhood friend named Eustace Williams. He was born around 1941-1943, and went to school with him.
When they were around 12 to 13 years old, he did not show up to school one day and then the next few days after.
Eustace may have lived with his uncle because my grandfather was worried and asked about him. His uncle said that Eustace was on a boat.
I may have to ask more about it because I am probably missing some details but they went to school together in Kingston in the 1950s and were best friends.
My grandfathers name is Winston Burton. I would love to find out what happened to Eustace Williams because I know my grandfather is curious about it as well.
I don't know why Eustace was on a boat but if someone could help, I would be so thankful
New! Talk To Me
Was the information helpful? Something needs changing? I welcome your feedback here.
Recommended For You ...
And, Before You Go!
Here (below) are some sweet deals on matching products at Amazon that you might have otherwise missed.
Amazon.com, by the way, is the internet's most reputable retailer and usually showcases only the best products that are related to your search. Be sure to check them out.
Note: If link does not show, please click here to be redirected to our page at Amazon.com.
Great Articles You Might Have Missed
Please help me get the message out by sharing this article with your friends on social media (links below). Thnx ;-)
Also connect with My-Island-Jamaica.com on Social Media:
Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Youtube
P.S. Didn't find exactly what you were looking for? Still need help?
Click Here to try our dependable and effective Site Search tool. It works!
Or, simply click here and here, to browse my library of over 500 questions and answers! Chances are someone already asked (and got an answer to) your question.
Top Of Page
About The Author
A patriotic Jamaican who adores his culture, Wellesley has been using this medium to share what he calls 'the uniqueness of Jamaica with the world' since April 2007.
To date, he serves over 9,300 unique readers / viewers per day.
His efforts have earned him featured positions in local publications, including the Jamaica Gleaner's Hospitality Jamaica, Carlong Publishers, as well as recognition from numerous prestigious international agencies and universities.
He invites you to join his friends list and stay updated on all the latest. You are also invited to join his exclusive patron community.