[Linked Image]Recordings of Lady Erica remembering the past...

Sometime back in the 80's we made some recordings of my grandmother Lady Erica Wolffsohn talking about her life and family stories. Here is a bit were she first talks about the daughter inlaw of her cook an then she goes on to talk about her great grandmother Mary Elizabeth Hume born in 1825 and who married Richard Henry Bowen.

Part two:

So here´s another soundclip, about George Hume born in the 18th century and some mahogony, a bit about the dangers of eating barracuda, the houshold on Regents street over a hundred years ago, horses and polo and a trip to Stann Creek.

Part three Boxing Day on the river in Belize City and days on St. Georges Caye

Part Four

Here is a story about entertainment and a riot in Belize, a shooting accident in Stann Creek and how the first Humes arrived in the Caribbean according to family tradition. How ever there are other possible storys as well.

Part Five

After a holiday, some technichal difficultys and a computer crash here is Lady Erica talking about their houses on Regent Street, huricanes, a waterspout, Punta Gorda and a volcano erupting on Martinique, King Edward the VII´s coronation and cahoon nuts.