Clara H. Nunez Carnot

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Current Name
Clara H. Nunez Carnot
Current Location
United States of America
Name on Arrival
Clara H. Nunez Carnot
Age on Arrival
17
Date of Arrival
Tuesday, June 12, 1962
Relocated To
CWB Fla.
Stayed With
Aguirregaviria

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Clara take a look at a picture I posted of a baseball team from Padre Valera, maybe you recognize somebody there I also went to that school, maybe Daniel A. remenbers somebody from that picture

Message by Felix Diaz | Jul 7th 2009

Hello, Clara: Greetings from Houston, TX. It is a very small world the one we live on. I never expected to find your name here. I am so shook up I don’t even know how I landed on your page. Honestly, I did not know you were a Pedro Pan sister and honestly I don’t recall knowing you from before but the minute I saw your name, a light went on my little brain. I recognized your name instantly although it has been close to 50 years since I have heard it. You are Pedro’s sister. I remember him well. Pedro and I were in the same boarding school (Padre Varela) back in Cuba, in Colon, Matanzas. I think you might had another sister at the same school that was ahead of me in school (a very politically correct way to say that she was born before I was). For those that will read this message and did know Pedro I will say that Pedro was a young man that was assassinated by the “milicia”. Pedro was a patriot. Pedro is a guy that should never be forgotten. It is amazing how this data base brings us full circle, how it triggers back so many memories, how it ties together a bond that time, distance and circumstances were never able to dissolve. Best wishes to you and your family wherever you might be.

Message by Marcia Caridad Ramos Gonzalez | Jul 7th 2009

Haydee, I am so blessed that we found each other again, confirming that the bond that united us as children would never be broken. Hopefully, we will find our other Pedro Pan sisters.

Message by Beatriz Amezaga Wolf | May 27th 2009

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