This page is dedicated to the memory of Johnny Gordon from Calabash Bay who lost his life at sea.
Please leave your remembrances and pictures of him in his honor.
RIP, Johnny Gordon
In memory of my dear Uncle Johnny, who went away on Snowboy. Uncle I remember the Sunday morning you left to catch old man truck for Kingston to board Snowboy. We did not know that when you stop at the market to wave at us , that it was your last goodbye.
I was only nine years old then, but I will always remember and cherish the memories I have of you.
You are gone but never forgot, as everyone says I look like you, with the pretty green eyes, and beautiful smile.
You will always have a special place in my heart, I loved you in life and I will continue to love you in death.
Love your niece Nanlin
I was only eight years old then, that terrible morning when my dear Uncle Johnny left home so joyful not knowing that he would not return home to us. It is now 43 years ago but his memories still live on in my heart.
He was such a fun loving person, very vibrant man. I love you uncle. May your soul rest in peace.
Your niece Vean
To my dear Uncle Johnny.Memories in my hearts today,mean more than words can ever say.Still missed, still loved and ever dear to my heart.
Rest in peace.Your niece Elena.
In memory of my dear Uncle Johnny,Uncle Johnny came home from the key's in 1962 when I was geting my postport ready to come to England and he say to me son dont go to England it is too cold there, come to the key's with me, he give me one week to make my mind up, and I told him I wanted to go to England to see you Dad and Brother and my Uncle Norrie and henry,his last word to me was I wish you good luck Nardo you must remember to write me, but it was not long after he just disapair from ous,I will always say God Bless England, I could have gone on the snow boy too. To my Dear Uncle Johnny Rest in peace. will always Remeber you and love you. Just rest in peace Uncle J.
So much memory of a dear uncle so tall so handsome with his green eyes my mother farourite brother may he find peace GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
IN LOVEING MOMORY Aaron James
I will always remember the last time I saw my uncle Johny, and heard his tender voice when he told us he was going to the cays for the last time, he had just finish his house and was going back to get money to furnish it.We were looking forward to the day when he would move in his house and become our neighbor, but that dream never came to fruition, as we all know he became a victim of the sea. He was so kind and affectionate, he loved laughter, I can still hear him laughing.
Uncle your memories live on in my heart, you will always be loved and remembered,we still miss you.
your niece Berbeth.
Our mother had a lot of fond memories of her brother Johnny whom she loved dearly. Most of us wish we had met Uncle Johnny, just to touch him and hear him speak, his life and story is an inspiration, and though he is long gone, he will live in our hearts forever. May his soul rest in peace.
(The Wiggan Family)
Some people come into our lives and quickly go
Some people move our souls to dance
They awaken us to new understanding with the passing whisper of their wisdom
Some people make the sky more beautiful to gaze upon
They stay in our lives for awhile, leave footprints in our hearts
And we are never, ever the same
Uncle Johny I have heard so much about you, my father used to tell us about his sisters and brothers, sorry I never got to meet you , I would've loved that,may your soul rest in peace my dear uncle, Susan.
I AM WONDERING IF THIS SUSAN GORDON WHO WRITE HER TRIBUTE TO OUR DEAR UNCLE JOHNNY GORDON IS FROM CAYMAN,IF SO CAN YOU KINDLY GET IN TOUCH WITH ME <elena> @1876-4520654.THANK YOU.
I am wondering the same too. Hope it`s you susan
it would be so nice to get back in touch again.
Hi sis,and cousin Nanlin,
how the devil are you, i have just notice this Susan as well, if this person is our cousin ,from the Cayman Island ,could you please let me know.
one love as always.
hi lloyd its your cousin dawn from canada
Uncle Johny was so loving and kind to his neices and nephews, sisters, brothers, and all who came in contact with him, he left an empty space in our hearts that no one else can ever fill, our heart still ache with sadness our secret tears still flow,but uncle I hope to meet you again someday in glory,May your soul rest in peace.
your niece Calfie
I remember Maas Johny, I was only a child when the snowboy took so many of our loved ones,but I have fond memories of him, he was very kind and thoughtful and he has such a sence of humour, Rest in Peace until we meet again