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I used to admire Alister and his brother, Roland. They were quiet men, who treated everyone with equality, fairness, and consistency; and respected everything that'd Gouyave written down on it. But, I didn't remember them as "Teacher Molly" children.

The house that they grew up in was a bit difficult to be completely seen, by anyone, because there were some huge flower trees directly in front of it.

The trees, when in bloom, had some of the most beautiful flowers on it. And, they gave out a sweet-smelling perfume at night, just like a flower tree that was around Miss Melda, and Nen Irene's place of residence.

I remember some of the small children in Gouyave used to attend school in that house. And, yeah! The teacher's name was Teacher Molly. I cannot remember teacher Molly's face, as time has been long, since I'd last seen it. Miss Donavon, and her school had been eaiser for me to remember. Because it was closer to where I lived.

I've heard the passing of Alister and, also, I haven't heard anything about Roland for quite some time now.

May Alister and teacher Molly's soul continue to rest in peace.

People like teacher Molly, and Mr. A.E. Williams, and Mr. Eli Peter, and teacher Daisy cannot be forgotten for many, many generations. They were the engineers, behind the education of most off Gouyave.

We know that there are many wonderful things to say about Gouyave. Nobody should lose trace of them. Sharing them with Gouyaverians, and Non-Gouyaverians, is keeping them alive, and refreshing the people with the pastimes we had.

Thanks for your take on the subject:

And, continuous blessings from.God to Roland, and his family.


oH YEA ,remember this story to well,the boys were always polite and respectable whenever you visited teacher Molly ,and the likes of teacher Daisy,Teacher Miriam Roden etc.those were very outstanding Teachers


There's no incredulity in my mind that you're a Gouyaverian. But, still, I am not cognizant with the name, "Akada." You are knowledgeable about many aspects of Gouyave, and I wondered why haven't you decided yet, to share it with us. Many stories about Gouyave have already been told, but many more are yet to be told. One man alone cannot remember all the stories about Gouyave. That's where your sharing of Gouyave and the wonderful things about her could take us back in time. And, giving us a hint of who you are, wouldn't hurt your identity in one way, or the other. Still, I am not puzzled, if you'll continue to keep your identity a secret. It's all good, by me.

Your mention of teacher "Miriam Roden" doesn't tell me who she was. I just don't remember her. But, I remember the Roden family from Douglaston, which has been the only Rodens I knew in St. John's.

The only teacher from Douglaston that I remember well is, teacher Pansy DaBreo (sp). She became a nurse, after her teaching career was over. I think that Pansy was a sister to Domingo, a famous tailor from Douglaston, and wife of a Louisan man, from Southern (Grand Roy, or Concord) St. John's.

Thanks jasmine banfield my mom i would ask her

thanks for info i will ask my mom