Noel Duncan, regarding his mother Ida Harris
by Valentine Harris
(Portland, United Kingdom)
Hello, My name is Valentine Harris and I am trying to make contact with Noel Duncan to inform him that his birth mother Ida Harris (nee Thomas) has sadly passed away.
Noel would have been born between 1949/50, and he resided with his birth mother Ida, her husband David and was an older brother to King and Prince.
We lived at 9 Denbigh Crescent, May Pen, Clarendon before emigrated to the United Kingdom in 1962. I last saw him, in 1977, but unfortunately lost touch with Noel.
His last known address was in the parish of St Elizabeth where he had a small toffee making enterprise.
My brothers and I would like to know of his whereabouts if only to tell him that his mother has died.
If you are Noel Duncan and the above details apply to you, or indeed a relative or friend, please post a reply
on this website forum or alternatively, email HARRISV1@sky.com
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