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Re: lost family in Jamica Dunkley
Posted by: Terrel Butler (ID *****7783) Date: December 13, 2008 at 15:34:46
In Reply to: Re: lost family in Jamica Dunkley by Byron-Paul Mayne of 460

Hello Dunkleys,

I am a descendent of the Dunkleys. My mother was a Dunkley and her fathers name was Austin Dunkley. My great grandfathers name was called "Uncle John' . My Grandfather had 11 brothers most of whom migrated to England and about 4 of them remained in St Elisabeth Jamaica in a district near Lacovia. I have heard the story since childhood about the three Scotish brothers that came from Scotland. My direct line settled in St Elisabeth, Jamaica.
I have heard that one of the three brothers settled in Clarendon.
Most of the older folks have passed on but I still have 2 great granduncle who are alive. They would be between the ages 70-80.

I am also very curious about my heritage so Please let me know any additional information that you might have.


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