Louise, Francine and Nancy were the last three sisters of the Chenard Family who occupied their family’s home. After a period of illness, Louise passed away, and Francine after a while also departed this world! This left miss Nancy on her own and after a while, she decided to move to South Africa to spend her remaining days.
As the Chenard sisters had no children, thus no heirs, the family estate was to be sold, and therefore left in the hands of Mr. Bernard George in the capacity as Executor. After the land had been sold, whatever small debts that the family had was to be settled by the Executor, and he also had to give a sum of money to Ms Marie, as well as myself; Ms Anne- maria Isaac as compensation for their long years of service.
The estate which is situated at Chenard Estate, Plaisance, was sold to Mr Kimkoon, better known by many as “Tai Tai”. As the promise was made by Ms Chenard, my mother; Marie and I expected that we were going to receive our compensation, but nothing came. I went to see Mr George, but that was all in vain and a waste of time. I therefore made use of the channels and avenues that I knew of at that time, to try and get what was rightfully my mother’s and I. I even saw the Ex-President; Mr France Albert Rene, and to him Mr George swore that we would receive our compensation, but it never happened! My mother passed away, without seeing a cent of her work’s worth! After that I got tired and stopped pursuing Mr George. Due to some recent development that was brought to my attention, I gave Mr George a call this Saturday on his office number.
He was in a hurry to talk to me, and once I mentioned the Chenards to him, I could tell from his voice that he was not very happy as he commanded me not to mention the Chenards to him. Therefore I told him that I would pursue with what he now owed me instead of the Chenards, and that I still had my papers and witnesses, and that I would take him to court if I had to, he told me to go ahead and take him to court, and immediately hung up on. I took care of the Chenards and even had to leave my children in the care of my mother and sister, as I even had to sleep with them, to tend to their needs even during the night.
Up to this day, I am still the one who pays a visit to their resting place, and I make sure that their tombs receive a coat of paint every November for ‘All Saints’ day, which is also the birthday of Ms Francine Chenard. I believe that the time has come for my family and I to receive what is rightfully ours! I will post photos of the Chenards and proof that I worked for them. Stay posted as there are still more to come! How can I not mention the Chenards when there are so much to be said about them!