Lillian Jessamy Sargeant

Lillian Jessamy Sargeant

Lillian Jessamy Sargeant nee Trotman also affectionately known as Doris was born on the 2nd February 1911.  She was the ninth of thirteen children born to Edward and Teressa Trotman of Mount St. George. In 1948, she married Vernal Sargeant who predeceased her in...
Keziah Vanlair Beaumont Clarke

Keziah Vanlair Beaumont Clarke

Keziah Vanlair Beaumont Clarke was born to Samuel Aaron Hall (a fisherman) and Florence Hall nee Headley (a housewife) at Olive Lodge Road, Paynes Bay, St. James, on December 25, 1919, and had eight other siblings.   Her early education was at the St. John the...
Audrey Esmeralda Chapman

Audrey Esmeralda Chapman

Audrey Esmeralda Chapman’s sharp wit and agility impressed all those she encountered. The centenarian, originally from Pile Bay, Black Rock, St Michael, emigrated to the United States in the 1980s following the death of her mother.   In 2016, she returned...
Winston Brewster

Winston Brewster

Winston Brewster was born in Gibbons, Christ Church.  Educated at Providence Boys’ School, Winston worked alongside his grandmother pulling grass at Gibbons Plantation, in the same parish until age 10.  Later, he worked weeding the roads and clearing gutters...
Clyde Foster

Clyde Foster

Clyde Foster is “an independent man who can stand on his own two feet” according to the popular song sung by Mike Grovesnor.  This sprightly centenarian, who is well respected throughout his Waterhall Land Eagle Hall, St. Michael community, takes public...
Hilda Eugene Boyce

Hilda Eugene Boyce

On Friday, November 22, 2019, Hilda Boyce became the fifth person from the rural, St. Swithun’s /St Swithin’s Anglican Church at Greenidge’s, St. Lucy church, to reach a century in the last 30 years. Governor General Dame Sandra Mason, along with long-time friend and...