Biography Index

A


AITKEN, Hilda Doris (1891-1987)
One of the first two female Members of Parliament

 

B



BENN IBLE
, Maria (1907-1999)
Businesswoman, fund-raiser, friend of children


BURGESS
, Stanley (1901-1984)
Marathon Derby legend, fisherman


BURLAND, Brian Berkeley (1931-2010)

Writer


BROWNE-EVANS, Dame Lois (1927-2007)

Lawyer, Opposition Leader, Attorney General


C



CARTER, Kathleen Margaret (1939-1992)

Handicapped rights activist, writer



CRITCHLEY
, David (1925-1993)
Social worker, civil servant


CRAWFORD, Edith Mary (1881-1978)

Teacher, Girl Guide leader, founder Bermuda Union of Teachers


CRAWFORD, Matilda Louisa "Mattie" (1879-1948)

Teacher, founder Bermuda Union of Teachers


D



DARRELL, Albert Francis "Bert" (1905-1983)

Sailor and shipwright


DARRELL, James 'Jemmy' (1749-1815)

Former slave, King’s pilot


DeMELLO, Manuel Edward “Eddy” (1937-2013)

Impresario, entrepreneur, Portuguese community advocate


G



GORDON, Dr. Edgar Fitzgerald (1895-1955)
Physician, parliamentarian, labour leader


H



HAYWARD, Lance (1916-1991)

Musician


HAYWARD, Whitfield Frederick "Chummy" (1912-1997)

Sportsman, philanthropist, businessman


HUNT, Alma Victor (1910-1999)

Cricketer, journalist, sports administrator, teacher

L



LANG, Evelyn "Byllee" (1908-1966)

Sculptor


LEE, Donald McPhee (1804-1883)
First editor of The Royal Gazette


LEE, Vincent Leroy (1903-1979)
Architect, Member of Parliament

LUSHER, Eliza Jane (c.1819-1859)
Nurse


M



MORRELL, Gladys Misick (1888-1969)

Suffragette leader, vestrywoman, founder Bermuda Welfare Society


MOWBRAY, Louis (1877-1952)

Naturalist, founding curator of Bermuda Aquarium


MUSSON, Nellie (1926-1989)

Hairdresser, businesswoman, author


N



NEVERSON, Millicent (1882-1975)

Teacher, Girl Guide leader, community worker

 

O



ONIONS, Wilfred Richmond "Wil" (1908-1959)

Architect


P



PACKWOOD, Cyril Outerbridge (1930-1998)

Librarian, historian, author


PATTON, Francis Landey (1843-1932)

Author, theologian, Princeton president


PEROT, William Bennett (1791-1871)

Postmaster of Hamilton, horticulturist, parliamentarian


PLACE, Alfred Brownlow (1893-1986)
Newspaper publisher


PRINCE, Mary (1788-unknown)

Bermudian slave, author of slave narrative

 

R



RATTERAY, Charles Roach (c.1800-1872)

Boat builder, landowner, churchman


RICHARDS, James "Dick" (1872-1965)

Self-made businessman, philanthropist


ROBINSON, Wenona (1890-1973)

Elocutionist, speech teacher, founding member Sunshine League


S



SAUNDERS, Richard Clive (1922-1987)

Photojournalist


SCOTT, Alice (1887-1968)

Community leader, suffragette, school pioneer


SEATON, Earle Edward (1924-1992)

Lawyer, international jurist, author


SEATON JAMES, Ruth Edith May (1926-1970)

Trailblazing civil servant


SMITH, Hubert (1918-2001)

Musician, bandleader, songwriter

STEPHENSON, John (1749-1819)
Methodist missionary


STUBBS, Dr. John Doehn (1932-1994)

Surgeon, UBP parliamentarian and Cabinet Minister

SWAN, Augustus Henry (1820-1866)
Schoolmaster, businessman, community leader


T



TAYLOR, Maude Bascome Cummings (1897-1984)

Music teacher, organist, choir director


THOMAS, Joseph Henry (c.1824-1908)

Educator, Oddfellows' founding father


TODDINGS, Samuel Seward "S.S." (1847-1935)
Pioneering publisher and editor, parliamentarian


TUCKER, Adele (1868-1971)

Teacher, founder Bermuda Union of Teachers, community worker, centenarian


TUCKER, Catharine (1879-1970)
Artist, businesswoman


TUCKER, Ethel (1874-1962)
Artist, businesswoman


TUCKER, Charles Lloyd (1913-1971)

Artist, teacher, pianist


TUCKER, Sir Henry "Jack" (1903-1986)

Banker, founder of the United Bermuda Party, government leader

TUCKER, Richard (c.1786-c.1850)
Community leader, businessman


TUCKER, Wesley LeRoy (1907-1963)

Businessman, parliamentarian

 

W



WADE, L. Frederick (1939-1996)

Lawyer, Member of Parliament, Opposition Leader


WATSON, Edna Irene (1895-1976)

Pioneering female MP, social reformer, air crash heroine