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Friend - Courtney Heron - Portmore

by Loraine
(London, England)

Looking to re-connect with my friend Courtney Heron.

He lived in Greater Portmore at one point and has/had family in the Spanish Town area. We worked together at Hi-Lo in Kingston.

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trying to find old friend - Nakia Bent (St Elizabeth/ Portmore)

by Camaletta Powell
(New York)

I am trying to find Nakia Bent who was living in santa cruz, St Elizabeth. I last heard he was living in Portmore, St. Catherine.


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MY FRIEND - WARREN RHODEN - INDEPENDENCE CITY, PORTMORE

by AUDREY FAIRWEATHER
(EDMONTON, ALBERTA)

I AM AUDREY FAIRWEATHER..I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO FIND A FRIEND OF MINE - WARREN RHODEN. HE LIVED IN INDEPENDENCE CITY, PORTMORE IN THE 80'S WHEN WE MET. HE WAS A SINGER AND HE USE TO BE AROUND STEREOPHONIC SOUND IN ROCKFORT..

HE MAY HAVE MIGRATED TO ENGLAND CAUSE I THINK HIS DAD WAS IN ENGLAND...
HELP ME FIND WARREN PLEASE!!

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My Mother Loris Blake formerly of August Town and Portmore

I have not seen my mother since I was about aged 5.
I've made a few attempts to reconnect with her but without success as I have very little information about her or her other relatives.

I heard she had gotten married but don't know her married name. I know she had a daughter before me and a son after me. She born in St. Elizabeth about 1944. I hope she is alive and that I can also connect with my other siblings.

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