Name: NAZARETH, Joachim Antonio
Birth Date: 1867 Moira, Goa
Death Date: 7.3.1930 Nairobi
First Date: 1899
Last Date: 1930
Profession: Railway caterers
Book Reference: SE, Cuckoo, Playne, Drumkey, Land, Barnes, Gazette
SE - J.A. Nazareth - Nov 1907
Playne - The progress of development in BEA is marked by the fact that Messrs J.A. Nazareth & Brother have been appointed caterers to the Uganda Railway and the Lake Steamers for a period of 6 years. This firm which has branches in Mombasa, Fort Hall, and Kisumu, opened in Nairobi as far back as 1899, and has always at the disposal of the public a large stock of groceries, soft goods, crockery etc. Messrs Nazareth carry on an important business as bakers and soda-water manufacturers. The importance attached to the latter industry is shown by the fact that they can, if necessary, supply 150 dozen of soda water per day. ...... Mr J.Nazareth was personally in attendance on the Duke and Duchess of Connaught during their visit to BEA. Drumkey 1909 - Member of Municipal Committee, Nairobi
Land - 1908 - J.A. Nazareth & Bros. - Residential, 1 acre, Nairobi Township, 23-8-1904, Registered 29-1-08
Nairobi Forest Road Cemetery - Joaquim Anthony Nazareth, Goan, age 63, died 7/3/30
Gazette 28/1/1914 - Application for Hotel Liquor Licence - Metropole Hotel, Nairobi
Cuckoo - 1904 - The Dak bungalows and refreshment rooms (on the railway) were controlled by a Goanese firm of catering contractors, J.A. Nazareth & Co.
Block Notes - 1903 - "I embarked for Nairobi, the train journey taking 36 hours. Food was supplied at sidings in the 'Dak' bungalows and catering was mostly done by a Goan called Mr Nazareth".