Category Archive: Articles on Salt Cay

Salt Cay Family Robinson

Times of the Islands, Fall 2007 To these siblings, home is nowhere but Salt Cay. Story & Photos By Michele Belanger-McNair Miss Mellie Most residents of Salt Cay tend to be somehow related through several hundred years of marriages and births. There aren’t many different surnames:  Simmons, Smith, Simons, Talbot, Robinson, Dickenson, Been, Wilson, Kennedy, Lightbourne, …

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Inside the White House

Inside the White House Winter 2006/2007 Times of the Islands Digging up the past of Salt Cay’s most famous house. Story & Photos By Michele Belanger-McNair ~ Historic Photos Courtesy the Rosalie K. Harriott Collection Imposing from the air and on the ground, the White House stands as both a sentinel and icon to the …

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Roof restoration work slated for next month

By Carla Zuill Published Apr 16, 2003 The Royal Gazette Despite receiving no funds from the Bermuda National Trust or otherwise, work on the restoration of a Bermuda-style house in the Turks and Caicos is set to begin in May, said local builder Sanders Frith-Brown.Earlier this year American brothers, Ian and Michael Dunn, appealed to …

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Turks house owners appeal for roof help

By Matthew Taylor Published Feb 19, 2003 The Royal Gazette A plea for National Trust funding to help restore a Bermuda-style building in the Turks and Caicos islands is likely to fall on deaf ears. Brothers Ian and Michael Dunn, who own the White House on Salt Cay, want to employ their cousin Sanders Frith-Brown to …

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Bahamas Passage 1941

When his father dies in an accident, Adrian Ainsworth is forced to get a replacement as head of the family salt company on an island in the Caribbean. His mentally unstable mother firmly believes that her husband was murdered by one of their Bahama workers. Soon a Mr. Delbridge and his daughter Carol arrives to …

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