Many St. Lucians are under the misconception that all Indo-St. Lucians are related and are inconsequential in number. I have generated a list of Indo-St. Lucian family names. There are undoubtedly additional families that I have failed to record. Feel free to add unlisted names.
Indo-St. Lucian Families with Indian Surnames:
Adjodha, Agdomar, Amorsingh, Antal, Bacchus, Bachoo, Badal, Bakie, Bicar, Biroo, Boodhoo, Boriel, Canaii, Caroo, Cepal, Changoo, Cheddie, Chitolie, Coolie, Cooman, Daher, Dalkhan, Dalsan, Dalsoo, Dariah, Dilsuk, Dolcar, Dookie, Dupal, Dwarkasingh, Elibox, Faisal, Fatal, Feede, Gajadhar, Ganess, Gangardine, Garib, Gaudin, Ghirawoo, Gidharry, Giman, Goolaman, Goonjellie, Gopal, Gulab, Housannie, Jackal, Jagannath, Jagroop, Jalim, Jaria, Jaunai, Jawahir, Kadoo, Kaladin, Kamakie, Kangal, Khodabacchus, Khodra, Kisna, Lachan, Malaykhan, Mangal, Maraj, Merahi, Moona, Moonie, Mungroo, Naitram, Nankie, Paul, Raguananan, Rambally, Ramjeawan, Ramparsad, Rattie, Recai, Sadoo, Saiwak, Samaroo, Sammie, Sanganoo, Sapoodee, Sargusingh, Sicobin, Singh, Soban, Sookwa, Sudeen, Sumrah, Surage, Taliam, Tarapasade, and Vaval.
Indo-St. Lucian Families with European Surnames:
Albert, Alexander, Barley, Daniel, Edwards, Francis, James, John, Joseph, Lay, MacDoom, Peter, Plummer, Preudhomme, Ragbill, Samuel, and Williams.