Thanks Gil, I now understand.
I attended Albion Canadian Presbyterian Mission school, but Rose Hall town that Leonora mentioned, had a Church of Scot school.
Leonora, FYI, There is Rose Hall Town [previous village] near Port Mourant and Rose Hall sugar estate is near Canje and New Amsterdam.
During Wilberforce efforts to free the slaves, he had an uphill battle, because many of the British MPs owned plantations in the Caribbean with slaves. But Scottish owners might not have been part of that history.
Leonora, I know Guava Bush very well. My school friend Nar who is the retired assistant head teacher at Lesbeholden Black Bush Polder school, lived at GB when we attended Albion school. They had many fruit trees where we had lunch.
In the early 1959 when our logie was broken down and we moved to Belvedere, I walked past the rice fields near Guava Bush and nearby Topoo to Albion school. I wrote many stories about this place for our Canadian GC, regarding my school days.
During our teenage years, Nar reminds me of the time his sister asked him to pick up a bra for her, from my sister Agnes, manager at Rose Hall Town Alim Shaw store. It was so embarrassing describing what we wanted and my sister on purpose did not provide any clue, until everyone in the store knew what we wanted.
I believe Nar's sister is now in the US and my sister Agnes was murdered by three men, during a robbery at her Rose Hall Town Reef house.