Switch + Receptacle thru to Receptacle

Need an idea how to wire a switch (controlling a light) off of a receptacle passing through to another receptacle. I have the following wires coming into a double gang box holding a receptacle and a single pole switch:
A. Black - from panel B. White - from panel C. Ground - from panel
D. Black - to another receptacle E. White - to another receptacle F. Ground - to another receptacle
G. Black - to Light H. White - to Light I. Ground - to Light
RecHot1 RecHot2 RecNeu1 RecNeu2 RecGnd
Sw1 Sw2
BoxGnd1 BoxGnd2 BoxGnd3 - i assume it has 3...
I was thinking the following...
A--RecHot1--Sw1 (wire nut w/ 2 jumpers) B--RecNeu1--H (wire nut w/ 1 jumper) C--RecGnd--BoxGnd1 (wire nut w/ 2 jumpers)
D --> RecHot2 E --> RecNeu2 F --> BoxGnd2
G --> Sw2 I --> BoxGnd3
Does that sound right?
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Wherever you get the feed from, you need a constant hot, neutral, and ground. The neutral and ground go directly to the light being controlled, and the hot leg is broken by the switch

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I did not try to follow your explanation.
The big issue is how to switch the light. There are two methods of getting a light to work. You need to figure out which one you do have. If you do not understand this completely, get an electrician!!
Method one. A colored hot and white neutral to the light. A chunk of Romex with a white/black/bare that is used as a switch leg to the switch you flip. The chunk of Romex interrupts the colored hot between panel and light fixture. The chunk of Romex makes both the black and the white hot leads, the black on one screw of the switch/white on the other interrupting the hot of the light.
Method two. A colored hot and a white neutral to the switch. A hot going through the switch to the light. A neutral going through the box to the light.
All greens and bares wire together. Each recep needs a hot and a neutral. Each light needs a hot and a neutral. These hots and neutrals do not have to be different circuits, though it is nice to have lights on one and receps on another. Load requirements may demand separate receptacle circuits. You need to interrupt the hot going to a light with a switch.
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