Month: March 2022

E Ann Henry

March 30 19__  E Ann Henry KC, Commissioner RJLSC, was born to  Rev D. Henry and Valerie Henry nee Walwyn  in Tortola, British West Indies (BVI).   She attended the Antigua Girls High School (Antigua), then the Barbados Community College. The foundation for Ms. Henry’s career was laid with her attainment of a Bachelor of …

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Grammar School

March 25 1884- Though officially chartered on April 16th 1884, the Antigua Grammar School observes March 25 in recognition of its founder, Archbishop Samuel Edward Branch’s birthday. To mark this momentous occasion, there is an annual Founder’s Day service along with other activities. There also exists, however, empirical evidence that this date marks only a …

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Elvis Weaver

March 23rd, 1960- Elvis Weaver Esquire, Assistant Commissioner of Police,  was born to Ferdi and Christelyn Weaver in the village of Liberta where he was also raised. He attended the Liberta Primary and All Saints Secondary Schools.

Jamion Knight

Jamion Knight March 20, 1985- Jamion Knight was born to Nellie Howell and Keithroy Knight.  He was raised predominantly by his mother, residing in English Harbour. Jamion recalls fond memories of his time at Cobbs Cross Primary, Antigua Grammar School (AGS) and the Antigua State College (ASC). He recalls the diverse nature of his classes …

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Glenmore ‘King Progress’ Sheppard

March 13, 1962 Glenmore ‘King Progress’ Sheppard was born to Mrs Doreen ‘Nenen’ Sheppard (All Saints Village) and Mr Cyril Sheppard (Christian Hill). His upbringing took place in the village of All Saints. Sheppard attended the All Saints Primary and Secondary Schools and the Antigua Grammar School and was an exemplary student who participated in …

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