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The House of Assembly of Barbados 1971-1976
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HOUSE COMPOSITION
The House of Assembly has 24 directly elected Members including the Speaker.
Distribution of Seats by Party
  Democratic Labour Party 18
  Barbados Labour Party 6
As of 26 Feb 1976: DLP-17; BLP-7
Distribution of Seats by Gender
  Men 23
  Women 1
As of 12 May 1976: Men-22; Women-2
HOUSE TIMELINE
Election Date
Thursday, 9 September 1971
Dissolution of Parliament
Monday, 9 August 1976
OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE
Photo His Honour Neville G.A. MAXWELL, MP, Speaker (1971-1976)
Photo His Honor C.A. EYRE HOPPIN
Deputy Speaker (1971-1976); Speaker (1976)
RELATED RESOURCES
Standing Orders of the House of Assembly of Barbados (1966)
source: http://www.barbadosparliament.com
  Photo Member's Name Constituency Party
  Photo Elliott D. MOTTLEY
(resigned Apr 1976)
City of Bridgetown Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Billie A. MILLER
(elected in 12 May 1976 by-election)
Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Phillip M. GREAVES St Michael North West  Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Frank L. WALCOTT St Michael West Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Gertude L. EASTMOND St Michael North East Democratic Labour Party
  Photo George G. FERGUSSON St Michael South West Democratic Labour Party
  Photo J.B. SPRINGER St Michael South East Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Rameses B. CADDLE St Michael North Central Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Frederick SMITH St Michael South Central. Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Lloyd E. SANDIFORD St Michael South Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Henry DeB. FORDE Christ Church West Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Peter G. MORGAN Christ Church North Central Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Anderson MORRISON Christ Church South Central Democratic Labour Party
  Photo C.Edwy TALMA Christ Church East Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Neville MAXWELL
(resigned Jan 1976)
St Philip North Democratic Labour Party
  Photo David SIMMONS
(elected in 26 Feb 1976 by-election)
Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Reynold St.C. WEEKES St Philip South Democratic Labour Party
  Photo C.A. EYRE HOPPIN
Deputy Speaker
St George North Democratic Labour Party
  Photo R. LOWE St George South Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Lionel S. CRAIG St James Barbados Labour Party
  Photo A. Dacosta EDWARDS St Andrew Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Errol W. BARROW St John Democratic Labour Party
  Photo J.M.G.M. ADAMS St Thomas Barbados Labour Party
  Photo W. Burton HINDS St Peter Barbados Labour Party
  Photo Evelyn GREAVES St Lucy Democratic Labour Party
  Photo Charles Lindsay BOLDEN St Joseph Barbados Labour Party
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