"Mariama" is a title based upon conjecture.

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Mariama was the son of Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart and Mariatu. He was born in Sierra Leone, and as a boy returned to his mother's village with her a year after the country gained independence. The fair-skinned, green-eyed boy grew up and became a soldier. He had a son, who also became a soldier, and a daughter, Kadiatu Lethbridge-Stewart, who became a historian. (PROSE: Transit)

On Saturday 7 January 2012, Mariama atteneded the funeral of his father in Bledoe. (PROSE: Lucy Wilson and the Bledoe Cadets)

Behind the scenes Edit

The son of the Brigadier and Mariatu was not named in the novel, but the name appears in the early draft of The Also People. (REF: A History of the Universe, AHistory) Mariama is later named in-universe in PROSE: Lucy Wilson and the Bledoe Cadets.

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