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Windward Islands


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Windward Islands

Windward Islands

Windward Islands

Windward Islands

Windward Islands

Windward Islands (West Indies)

MALONE, Clement (died 1967), QC (Windward Islands and Leeward Islands)

COOLS-LARTIGUE, Alexander Raphael (1899 - 1973), QC (Windward Islands), 1945

WILLS, Joseph Lyttleton (born 1899), Judge, Supreme Court, Windward Islands and Leeward Islands, WI, since 1955

GOODRIDGE, Sehon Sylvester (1937 - 2007), Bishop of the Windward Islands, 1994–2002

SWABY, William Proctor (1844 - 1916), Bishop of Barbados and the Windward Islands since 1900

WOODING, John Conrad (1901 - 1954), Attorney General, Leeward Islands, since 1949; Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court of the Windward and Leeward Islands since 1953

Money Order Convention between the Windward Islands (Great Britain) and the United States, signed at Bridgetown, 24 April/Washington, 2 July 1884

Parcel Post Convention between the Windward Islands (Great Britain) and the United States, signed at Washington, 24 February 1892

WOODROFFE, George Cuthbert Manning (1918 - 2012), Archbishop of West Indies, 1980–86; Bishop of Windward Islands, 1969–86

JARRETT, James Henry (1895 - 1943), KC; Chief Justice, Windward and Leeward Islands since 1940, also Member of West Indian Court of Appeal

BRANCH, William Allan Patrick (1915 - 1993), Managing Director and Grenada Representative on the Windward Islands Banana Association (Mirabeau, Capitol, Hope Development and Dougaldston Estates)

CHILD, Arthur (1852 - 1902), Chief Justice of St Lucia; member of Court of Appeal for the Windward Islands

SADLER, James Hayes (1851 - 1922), HM Governor and Commander-in-Chief Windward Islands, 1909–14

 

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A southern continuation of the chain of islands in the Caribbean known as the Lesser Antilles, with Puerto Rico to the west and Trinidad to the south. They include Dominica, Martinique, St Lucia, and St Vincent, with Barbados lying to the east. Martinique is a département of France.

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