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D2 posted:
ksazma posted:

@D2. Sometime back in mid to late 70s, an Amerindian family was living at my grandparents' home. My grandmother had a habit to saying yes whenever anyone ask her if she had space for someone to stay. The Amerindian family's last name was Narine. They consist of father, mother, two brothers and one sister. Their initials in like order were P.N., E.N., S.N., J.N., & V.N. Any relations to you?

We always had our own home where ever we were.  My father's parents were not poor and my father did not trust anyone with my sister and I except family. After he passed we were never away from my aunt or my mother.  My aunt ( father's sister) was dropped out of university to look after us.  She took us everywhere she went. My brother came when we were pre teens. His father is different. He was dutch. All of us were out of Guyana in the late seventies. My Amerindian families that I know of were not town people. They lived in Kaikan and Muruka. 

Thanks. I was just wondering given that you spoke recently about coming to GT so your mom can further her education. That family was very nice and friendly. I don’t think they spent much time at my grandparents home but I am not sure if they went back home or moved to their own place. Thanks to my grandma I was able to fall in love with this Brazilian girl. She was probably twice my age and I was probably under 10 but I knew I love her. I don’t know where she and her sister went after they left the house. Lots of people stayed there including a family who were there when my grandma passed leaving no other survivors there.

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