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Daniel Alexander Hazell - born 1871 St. Vincent, possible on the island of Bequia

Daniel Alexander Hazell - born 1871 St. Vincent, possible on the island of Bequia

Posted: 3 Sep 2012 8:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hazell
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Re: Daniel Alexander Hazell - born 1871 St. Vincent, possible on the island of Bequia

Posted: 10 Sep 2012 1:41PM GMT
Classification: Query
Very interested in the information you have. My great grandfathers name was John Alexander Hazell, born in 1878 in St. Vincent. He may have been of mixed race, but I'm not sure. Look forward to hearing more and hopefully we can put the peices together. Gail

Re: Daniel Alexander Hazell - born 1871 St. Vincent, possible on the island of Bequia

Posted: 11 Sep 2012 5:45PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello, that's all the information I have. Dad-in-law id of mixed race(s).

Not a nice term to use, but I gathered that Daniel's father race - mustee...

Re: Daniel Alexander Hazell - born 1871 St. Vincent, possible on the island of Bequia

Posted: 14 Sep 2012 4:07PM GMT
Classification: Query
Yes, i understand that is probably true of my family also. I do not have much info either, but if i find something i will let you know

Re: Daniel Alexander Hazell - born 1871 St. Vincent, possible on the island of Bequia

Posted: 16 Sep 2012 1:26AM GMT
Classification: Query
Thanks...

Did I mention that Daniel Hazell's race sorry to use this word was a "mustee"

Re: Daniel Alexander Hazell - born 1871 St. Vincent, possible on the island of Bequia

Posted: 16 Sep 2012 3:19AM GMT
Classification: Query
yes you did. as far as i know my great grandfather was born in st vincent and his fathers name was Edward and mother believed to be Mary ann MacIntosh. He settled in new york around 1909 and died about 1948. Sorry, i am not sure if he was of mixed race

Re: Daniel Alexander Hazell - born 1871 St. Vincent, possible on the island of Bequia

Posted: 16 Sep 2012 2:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
Ms G_Florek, please do not take this personally. You have been a good help so far.

My hubby & his family are not looking for any financial gain or to lay claim on the existing HAZELL. They are hoping to fill a void in their lives. They want to know who was their grandfather; they are hoping to find out more of DANIEL ALEXANDER HAZELL & his siblings et al.

This was found years ago by a grandchild of Daniel Alexander Hazell... it disappeared from the given link/site

Why would he be mentioned and then suddenly all information about DANIEL ALEXANDER HAZELL disappeared?

The grand children were told by their fathers that
Daniel was sent to British Guiana on his father's sloop.
No one knows how old he was or why he was sent.


"1. HAZELL of St. Vincent
I believe we are the lost family members of the Hazell family in Saint Vincent. Daniel Hazell came to Guyana and settled in the Berbice area. I recently went back to ...
svgancestry.com/index.php/hazell-of-st-vincent - Cached"

Re: Daniel Alexander Hazell - born 1871 St. Vincent, possible on the island of Bequia

Posted: 17 Sep 2012 12:53AM GMT
Classification: Query
hmmm, not sure. have you ever been in touch with Cheryl Hazell? she may have more info for you. the Hazell genealogy is very confusing and i am related to many of them from the islands and some of which came to the u.s. and canada. i will check out that website.

Re: Daniel Alexander Hazell - born 1871 St. Vincent, possible on the island of Bequia

Posted: 24 Sep 2012 11:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
Yes, but all her answer is the same... no Daniel Hazell went to Guyana...

Something does not seem right...

Re: Daniel Alexander Hazell - born 1871 St. Vincent, possible on the island of Bequia

Posted: 26 Sep 2012 2:05PM GMT
Classification: Query
One shipping magnate that I've heard of who was white was John Gregg Windsor Hazell. Could Daniel have been working for him? Do you know what year Daniel was born? I do not get much help from the black side of the family either for some reason, I don't think they realize how many people are missing from their tree!!
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