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Demographics of the Cayman Islands

This article is about the demographic features of the population of the Cayman Islands, including population density, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population. With its success in the tourism and financial service industries, the Cayman Islands have attracted many international businesses and citizens to relocate; the largest numbers of expatriates living in the Cayman Islands hail from Jamaica, the United Kingdom, the United States, Honduras and 800 Indian citizens. 3,300 more residents are citizens of various other countries. While the government does not restrict foreign land ownership, it does enforce its immigration laws. Businesses are required to grant access to job openings to Caymanian citizens first. In order to work in the Cayman Islands, foreigners must have a job offer before immigrating; the estimated population of 2018 is 64,174. The vast majority of its residents live on the island of Grand Cayman. According to the 2010 census only 2,277 people lived on Little Cayman.

According to the Cayman Islands 2010 census the estimated resident population is 54,878 people, broken down as follows: George Town: 27,704 West Bay: 11,269 Bodden Town: 10,341 North Side: 1,437 East End: 1,369 Cayman Brac and Little Cayman: 2,277 Structure of the population: Although many Caribbean islands were populated by Amerindian groups such as the Taíno and Caribs, no evidence of this has been found in the Cayman Islands. Therefore, native Caymanians do not have any Amerindian heritage from their own islands. Slavery was less common on the Cayman Islands than in many other parts of the Caribbean, resulting in a more division of African and European ancestry; those of mixed race make up 40 % of the population, with whites following at 20 % each. The remaining 20% belong to various immigrant ethnic groups. According to CIA factbook of 2013, Caymanian people of mixed-race of mixed black African and white European ancestry are the plurality ethnic group in the Cayman Islands, accounting for 40% of the country's population, with white 20%, black 20%, expatriates of various ethnic groups 20%.

The official language of the Cayman Islands is English. Islanders' accents retain elements passed down from English and Welsh settlers in a language variety known as Cayman Creole. Caymanians of Jamaican origin speak in their own vernacular, it is quite commonplace to hear some residents converse in Spanish as many citizens have relocated from Latin America to work and live on Grand Cayman. The Latin American nations with greatest representation are Honduras, Colombia and the Dominican Republic. Spanish speakers comprise between 10-12% of the population and is predominantly of the Caribbean dialect. Tagalog is spoken by about 5 % of inhabitants; the predominant religion on the Cayman Islands is Christianity. Collectively, Protestants account for 67.8%, while the Roman Catholic Church accounts for 14.1%. Denominations practiced include United Church, Church of God, Anglican Church, Baptist Church, Roman Catholic Church, Seventh-day Adventist Church, Pentecostal Church. Roman Catholic churches are George Town and Stella Maris Church, Cayman Brac.

Many citizens are religious going to church. Ports are closed on Christian holidays. There are places of worship in George Town for Jehovah's Witnesses and followers of the Bahá'í faith; the Cayman Islands hosts a growing Jewish community. Hinduism is one the smallest religions. Although it is unknown as to when Hinduism was introduced to the Cayman Islands. There is no Hindu temple located in the Cayman Islands, but there is at least one home, set aside for the purpose of worship. There were only 98 Hindus in the Caymans according to the 2000 census. In the 2008 census, the number of Hindus increased to 510; the 2010 Census showed the number of Hindus decreasing to 454. Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce UNESCO report on education in the Cayman Islands

George Buza

George Buza is an American-Canadian actor, best known for voicing Beast in the X-Men Animated Series. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, he moved to Toronto, Canada, as a young man and became a Canadian citizen in 1998. George Buza played Turner Edison on Maniac Mansion for the entirety of its 1990-1993 run on YTV and The Family Channel, he had a role on the Red Green Show. He appeared as Chief Jake McKenna multiple times in the TV series Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show. In addition, he portrayed Doubar, the older brother of Sinbad, in The Adventures of Sinbad syndicated TV series, as well as a recurring role on the syndicated Mutant X. George was in episode 11 of TVOntario's Read All About It, played Buck Norris on The Strain, he was one of the Kzamm tribe in Quest for Fire. He makes a small appearance as a trucker in 2000's X-Men movie, a biker in George Romero's Diary of The Dead, he played Stuckmore in 2002's Men With Brooms. George Buza played Lenny "The Brain" Lepinski in the Quebec-Ontario TV show called "The Last Chapter".

He played Santa, the character that fought Krampus in the horror movie A Christmas Horror Story. George is best known for voicing Beast in the X-Men Animated Series, he reprised the role in the video games X-Men: Children of the Atom and both X-Men: Mutant Academy games. He narrated the opening title and voiced several characters in Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors. George has provided character voices in many animated TV series, he voiced Grandpa Granger in the English dub of Beyblade, Chief Chirpa on Star Wars: Ewoks, additional roles in Star Wars: Droids, The Busy World of Richard Scarry, Mythic Warriors: Guardians of the Legend, The Neverending Story, Hammerman, Iggy Arbuckle, Dog City, Monster Force, Franny's Feet Starlink: Battle for Atlas and Tales from the Cryptkeeper. He provided his voice in the English dub of Medabots and Power Stone video games. Beyblade - Grandpa Granger Franny’s Feet - Grandpa Dog City - Steven Little Bear - Rusty Bear Grossology - Sloppy Joe, Frankenbooger Maniac Mansion - Turner Edison Mythic Warriors: Guardians of the Legend - King Minos, Gorgus The Neverending Story - Ogre, East Wind Tales from the Cryptkeeper - William, Mr. Armstrong Power Stone - Kraken Sidekick - Sheriff Marshall Spider-Man - Beast Star Wars: Droids - Additional voices Star Wars: Ewoks - Chief Chirpa X-Men Animated Series - Beast A Christmas Horror Story - Santa Claus/Norman Diary of The Dead - Tattooed Biker The Brain - Varna Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer - Santa Claus Fish N Chips: The Movie - Chipsus Barbotus, The Admiral X-Men - Trucker Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes - Colossus Starlink: Battle for Atlas - Kharl Zeon X-Men: Children of the Atom - Announcer, Juggernaut, Omega Red, Magneto X-Men: Mutant Academy 2 - Beast.

In 1992 he was nominated for a Gemini Award for Best Performance in a Comedy Program or Series for Maniac Mansion. He was nominated again in 2001 for Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series for The Red Green Show. George Buza on IMDb

St Enoder

St Enoder is a civil parish and hamlet in Cornwall, United Kingdom. The hamlet is situated five miles southeast of Newquay. There is an electoral ward bearing this name; the population at the 2011 census was 4,563. The nearest village is Summercourt half-a-mile to the south and other settlements include Fraddon, Indian Queens and Trevarren. St Enoder is named after an unknown saint though the oldest form of the name is "Heglosenuder" in Domesday Book; the next mention of St Enoder appears to be as "Sancti Enodri" in 1271 and "Eglos Enoder" occurs in 1416. The church and manor of St Enoder belonged in Anglo-Saxon times to the monks of Bodmin and were before 1066 held by Godric. In 1086 they were held from the monks. At a date St Enoder fell into lay hands and c. 1268 was given to Glasney College. The benefice was appropriated to Glasney College in 1270 and the cure of souls became a vicarage. In medieval times there was a chapel of St Mary existing in the parish until it was destroyed in 1414. At Mitchell a chapel of St Francis for the use of wayfarers existed from 1239 until its destruction at the Reformation.

There is a stone cross in the churchyard, found beside the road from the churchtown to Fraddon. It was set up in the churchyard in 1879 but moved to a different position in the churchyard in 1893; the parish church is 15th century though the tower had to be rebuilt after collapsing in 1684: the date of rebuilding is 1711. The arcades of the two aisles are of different designs; the font is Norman. St Enoder was the birthplace of John Trevisa. Cornwall Record Office Online Catalogue for St Enoder