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The House of Assembly of Barbados 1951-1956
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HOUSE COMPOSITION
The House of Assembly has 24 directly elected Members from 12 double member constituencies.
Distribution of Seats by Party
  Barbados Labour Party 15
  Barbados Electors Association 4
  Congress Party 2
  Independents 3
As of 29 Nov 1954: BLP-14; BEA-4; DLP-1; CP-2; IND-3
Distribution of Seats by Gender
  Men 23
  Women 1
HOUSE TIMELINE
Election Date
Thursday, 13 December 1951
First Sitting of Parliament
Tuesday, 18 December 1951
Dissolution of Parliament
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OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE
Photo His Honour Kenmore Nathaniel Rhystone HUSBANDS
Speaker
Photo His Honor A.E.S. LEWIS
Deputy Speaker
source: http://www.barbadosparliament.com
  Photo Member's Name Constituency Party
  Photo Ernest Deighton MOTTLEY City of Bridgetown Barbados Electors Association
  Photo Atholl Edwin Seymour 'T.T.' LEWIS
Deputy Speaker
Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Mencea Ethereal COX St Michael Barbados Labour Party
  Photo T.O. BRYAN Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Cuthbert Edwy TALMA Christ Church Independent
  Photo Fred Carlton GODDARD
Leader of the Opposition (from 1 Feb 1954)
Barbados Electors Association
  Photo Wynter Algernon CRAWFORD St Philip Congress Party
  Photo James Christopher MOTTLEY Congress Party
  Photo Errol Walton BARROW St George Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Frederick Edward MILLER Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Owen Taylor ALLDER St John Independent
  Photo Victor Bovell VAUGHAN Independent
  Photo Grantley Herbert ADAMS
Premier (from 1 Feb 1954)
St Joseph Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Lloyd Ethelbert SMITH Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Ellsworth St. Aubyn HOLDER St James Barbados Labour Party
  Photo E.K. WALCOTT Barbados Electors Association
  Photo Edna Ermyntrude BOURNE St Andrew Barbados Labour Party
  Photo J.A. HAYNES Barbados Electors Association
  Photo John Eustace Theodore BRANCKER St Lucy Barbados Labour Party
  Photo L.A. WILLIAMS Barbados Labour Party
  Photo James Cameron TUDOR
(felected in 8 Nov 1954 by-election)
Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Kenmore Nathaniel Rhystone HUSBANDS 
Speaker
St Peter Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Frank Leslie WALCOTT Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Ronald Grenville MAPP St Thomas Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Hugh Gordon CUMMINS Barbados Labour Party
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