Windrush Generation (5)

How to Proceed.

 © Agnes Sam 2018

Heslington Village, York, North Yorkshire.

www.agnessam.com

  Be secure in the knowledge that you are not communicating with me. I cannot pass any information on to anyone else because you are not communicating with me. No one is paying me to do this. I saw someone on television saying they wanted to commit suicide. Therefore I decided to share methods and procedures with the Windrush Generation to provide a sense of hope in what may seem to be a hopeless situation, especially if you may already have been deported.

I am not a member of any political party, any organisation or group dealing with the dilemma for the Windrush Generation. I am not an agent. I am an individual attempting to guide you through the maze. There are many paths to follow. Should one method not suit your circumstances, for whatever reason, do not lose faith, keep on, you will find a way. Do something rather than sit and fret while you wait for your turn.

The information on this and other pages that follow is FREE for any individual to read and follow. This information may be unsuitable for your situation, but it is one method to proceed in difficult situations.

Windrush Generation 5, 6, and 7 are connected. They are connected because they deal with the religion you may be following. When you go through 5, 6, and 7 you are searching for people who are unconnected with Windrush Generation.

I will begin with Windrush Generation 5.

There are many Christian denominations. Roman Catholics, Methodists, Baptists, Quakers, Anglicans, etc, Some Christian denominations do not have churches; some do not baptise their members. But Windrush Generation 5 is for those who have been baptised.

Some people are baptised when they are babies, others as adults. Were you a baptised as a baby or as an adult? Go to the church you attended and ask to see their Baptismal Register.

You are searching for the names of your Godparents. What was the name of the Pastor who baptised you? People often remain in the church after the service to observe the baptism. Were your Godparents work colleagues of your parents? Were they neighbours? Go through the Baptismal register and see if it provides you with information.