Month: November 2015

Flyfish Guanaja Student Program

Flyfish Guanaja Student Program Purpose: To help protect a remote Caribbean island, while experiencing its unique culture and environment. Description: A week long immersion trip for high school and college students. Guanaja is one of the Bay Islands of Honduras and is part of the second largest reef in the world. Guanaja has 15,000 residents Read More …

Guanaja Fishery Protection GoFundMe

Guanaja Fishery Protection GoFundMe Calling all people who care – for a little help in Guanaja. Guanaja is one of the precious Bay Islands of Honduras rich with bonefish, permit, and tarpon. The catch and release ethic we’ve created on the island for these species by bringing valuable tourism is significant, however they are still Read More …

Family Trees by Kamron Kirkconnell

This is a free site that I and several other Islanders have worked on that has a lot of our early birth work done. We are fortunate that our ancestors kept great records on births and it included the full great grandparents names for all the births. This helped us fully verify our historical line Read More …

Elizabeth J. Hyde Island Family Trees

All persons interested In the Hyde-Bodden/Borden, Phillips-James W.Watler,Dighten Rivers,Mary Bell Vaughn (Gram Min)William M.Kirkconnell, Sir.Stephen Sturt,Mary Elizabeth Bodden, James McCoy,Crockett,Janet McFarge-Yates,Rachael Ebanks,Janet Graham of Jamaica registry.Died in Cayman in 1899.Along the way these Roots have Bloom into Many Smaller&Bigger Trees

Trouble on Hog Cay by Alfonso B. Ebanks

TROUBLE ON HOG CAY Some information gleaned from The Washington Evening Critic It was Sunday April 20 of 1884 and there was trouble brewing on Hog Cay on the Island of Bonacca. A more than the usual number of Spanish Hondurans were lolling around on the little cay owned by Mrs. KirkConnell, they were drinking Read More …