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Members of the House of Representatives 1965 - 1971
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Old Antigua Parliament

In 1967, Antigua and Barbuda become a self-governing state within the British Commonwealth. The Legislative Council gave way to a bicameral parliament comprised of the Senate (Upper Chamber) and House of Representatives (Lower Chamber).

Representative Constituency Party
Hon. Lionel A. HURST St. John's City North ALP
Hon. Edmund H. LAKE St. John's City South ALP
Hon. Vere C. BIRD
Chief Minister/Premier
St. John's Rural West ALP
Hon. George A. SHEPPARD St. John's Rural South ALP
Hon. Denfield W. HURST St. John Rural North ALP
Hon. Joseph M. LAWRENCE St. George ALP
Hon. Bradley T. CARROTT St. Mary ALP
Hon. Donald M. SHEPPARD St. Peter/St. Philip ALP
Hon. Ernest E. WILLIAMS St. Paul ALP
Hon. McChesney B.D. GEORGE Barbuda ALP
Election Date
Monday, 29 November 1965
First Meeting of Parliament
Dissolution of Parliament
Saturday, 5 December 1970
Hon. Denfield W. HURST
Source: Antigua and Barbuda Electoral Commission
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