• Date Of Birth: August 7, 1923
  • Date Of Death: September 15, 2021
  • Spouse: Lloyd Hart
  • Siblings: Patrick ( Bill) (brother), Bertram ( Bucket) (brother)
  • Children: Judith, Donald
  • Occupation: Artist
  • City: Jamaica
  • State: Wisconsin

Hyacinth Hart née Prawl was born on August 7, 1923 in Port Royal, Kingston, Jamaica W.I.

The eldest of three children to Vida and Daniel Prawl, she was a devoted daughter and this devotion she lavished on her two brothers Patrick ( Bill) and Bertram ( Bucket).

When she left school she worked some 30 years at the Kingston and St Andrew Co-operation as Secretary to the Chief Engineer. She had a computerized system for remembering details before computers were a mainstay of life. She was valued and respected by her coworkers.

Hyacinth was married to Lloyd Hart , they had two children, Judith and Donald. She also parented three others, Veda, Sylvia and Patrick (nieces and a nephew). She leaves behind five Grand- children, three Great Grand- children and a host of family (In Port Royal), and friends.

Hyacinth was a treasured person in her small seaside town and was Godmother to many children. She had several hobbies that she passed on to them, including embroidery and crochet, sewing for new babies, as she traveled by boat and from work and in her spare time. She was an avid reader and took an interest in the society she was a part of as well as current affairs.

She was an active member of her churches. At Shadowbrook Baptist Church she faithfully attended Sunday school and religious services, finding many friendships. She also attended Buford Senior center where her ability to paint became known and was a surprise even to her. She really enjoyed a good time and was a proud member of The Red Hat society. “Mama” moved to Miami Florida, then at the death of her husband came to Georgia where she spent the last twenty two years. Her final three years were at Antebellum Assisted Living.

She left us on September 15, 2021 to be with the Lord.

She will be lovingly remembered by her family and friends as well as the Port Royal community where she was an outstanding Icon.