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The House of Assembly of Barbados 1961-1966
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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
  Democratic Labour Party 14
  Barbados Labour Party 5
  Barbados National Party 4
  Independents 1
Distribution of Seats by Gender
  Men 24
  Women 0
HOUSE TIMELINE
Election Date
Monday, 4 December 1961
Dissolution of Parliament
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OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE
Photo His Honour John Eustace Theodore BRANCKER
Speaker
Photo His Honor E.Lisle CARMICHAEL
Deputy Speaker
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  Photo Member's Name Constituency Party
  Photo Ernest Deighton MOTTLEY City of Bridgetown Barbados National Party
  Photo Louis A. LYNCH Barbados National Party
  Photo Stanley E. SEALY St Michael Barbados National Party
  Photo George Granville FERGUSSON Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Cuthbert Edwy TALMA Christ Church Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Fred C. GODDARD Barbados National Party
  Photo Wynter A. CRAWFORD St Philip Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Reynold S. WEEKES Democratic Labour Party
  Photo W. Russell LOWE St George Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Frederick Edward MILLER Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Errol W. BARROW
Premier
St John Democratic Labour Party
  Photo John B. YEARWOOD Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Wilfred R. COWARD St Joseph Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Lloyd E. SMITH Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Ellison L. CARMICHAEL
Deputy Speaker
St James Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Ellesworth St. Aubyn HOLDER Barbados Labour Party
  Photo John W. CORBIN St Andrew Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Arlington DaCosta EDWARDS Democratic Labour Party
  Photo John Eustace Theodore BRANCKER
Speaker
St Lucy Democratic Labour Party
  Photo James Cameron TUDOR Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Frank Leslie WALCOTT St Peter Independent
  Photo Kenmore Nathaniel Rhystone HUSBANDS  Barbados Labour Party
  Photo George V. BATSON
Chairman of Committees
St Thomas Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Neville Wilfred BOXILL Democratic Labour Party
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