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At 8:41am on January 6, 2024, Ronald Morris said…

Good day,
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At 1:54am on November 29, 2010, ENRIQUE WAROKUYA gave Tomas Baibramael Gonzalez a gift
At 12:02am on December 9, 2009, AkuTurey said…
Brother,that is an incredible story and it warms my heart that our Beike "saved the day "in Cuba!...I am finally back on line-when you are poor materially,these things happen from time to time!Taino ti,
At 1:09am on October 5, 2009, AkuTurey said…
Brother,I am back on line...How blessed you are to have had those experiences in "mi querida Cuba"-fabulous;Forgive my delay,as I didn't have a PC availiable...and yes,you certainly can get a,"han han catu!"
At 7:45pm on February 28, 2009, Miguel Sague Jr said…
I look forward to that brother
At 2:45am on February 28, 2009, Miguel Sague Jr said…
Brother, Still vibrating from the beautiful rhythms of your moyohuakan at the November Areito.

I stand strong by the words that you directed to my Cubanacan brother Akuturey. I also feel a stronger bond with you knowing that you were in my hometown of Santiago. I pray that some day we can both be there at the same time so that i can show you the house where I spent my childhood and the houses of my grandmothers. I also would love to show you around another lesser-known center of Cuban Taino tradition, the fruit-growing village of El Caney not far from Santiago.
At 6:32pm on January 31, 2009, Al "Kutubanama" Velazquez said…
Aneguaba, da 'tiao!!! What's the word??? Estabas mas perdio que un peo en la brisa!!!lol
At 11:53am on December 18, 2008, AGUILAR MARRERO said…
At 12:33pm on December 14, 2008, Tomas Baibramael Gonzalez said…
Sister Teresa,

Anegwaba waitiao, it is always a good day when ever we bump into each other in anyone of the many Taino pages we frequent. Your up dates on your search for your family and ancestors serves as a model for those who are thinking about searching for their roots. You know the creed never surrender never give up the search. Yauco is coffee country, the hills yield some of the most sort after beans that are part of what is called the Blue Ridge Mountains range of Jamaica, in soil composition, trade winds and temperature yielding what could be considered the best coffee in the world extremely limited. Yauco was settled by the Dutch, their descendants can be easily identified by their short stature, blondish hair, light skin and blue or green eyes. The Taino connection can also be seen as every once in a while a sibling is born amongst them with all of the Taino treaties except for the blue, green or hazel eyes. I know, my first wife came from them there hills of Yauco (Ayala and Arroyo, three brothers married three sisters) extremely close nit family with deep roots in those mountains and owners of plenty of land which that Jibaro family still owns and will never sell. What surprised me the most was how they tend to all look so mush alike one another??? Any way as far as your mom playing ball for the Puerto Rican League, that should be easily traceable being that there where but a limited number of members of the league. You take care Teresa and keep me posted as to your progress, give all of your loved ones my blessings until next time tau tau waitiao.

At 5:07pm on December 11, 2008, Teresa said…
Hi Tomas well as they say finding family comes in bits and pieces. I now know the name of my great grandmother's sister and if it keeps going the way it is I may know soon where they are from in PR. My feeling is Yauco but it will have to be confirmed, so next step is microfilm.

also when my mom was younger and played ball, she played for the Puerto Rican League and my cousin writes to everyone and said she was a well known player, pretty cool huh. take care sincerely Teresa

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