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Re: Honduras Galeas Chavarria
Posted by: Karen Linares (ID *****8976) Date: September 28, 2006 at 12:52:49
In Reply to: Honduras Galeas Chavarria by i chavarria of 732

I have no idea what hospital I was born in. I just know I was born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Colonia Franscisco Morazan. ( I will ask my sister though).
I was adopted at 6 and stayed with Olvin Mejia Santos (the lawyer who did my adoption).
My adopted parents used an American Angency (In San Francisco).

My dad's name is Ramon Enrique Galeas (They called him Moncho). My sister said he was about 6 years younger than my mom (My mom was born in about 1953). So when my mom got pregnant he was about 27 or 28 in (1979).

He was from Tela and worked on the ships. From what my sister said, he had a big family in tela because they all wanted me but my mother refused to give me to them.

My mom was born in El Trunifo, Honduras to Tomas Chavarria and Maria Martinez(they call her chewy ). Eventually my grandparents seperated and my mom and grama moved to Cholutec, then Tegucigalapa. Where I was born. My father Ramon Enrique Galeas lived with us for some time but something happen in the realtionship that my momther left him.
I was also his first and only child at that time (1979) so I would be his oldest daughter. My mom lived in San Francisco Morazan right next to the river buts when hurricane mitch came it destroyed the home. She was a city worker (worked in many different places and sold tortillas).

For some reason, I remember my dad visiting me when I was at Olvin Mejia's Santos home in Comoyaguela for a year. There was a man, I thought was my father that came to say good by to me. Olvin allowed us to spend time together. I don't know who this man was but I assumed it was my father because I cried when he left and remember him telling me he loved me. So it had to have been my father.

That's all I pretty much know and have gotten out of my sister. I can't ask my mother Maria Donatila Chavarria Martinez because she died in 1989 of alchohol poisoning.
My sister and brother have a different father so they only remember my father for the time he lived with us.

Karen Yesenia Linares

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