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OP86 - Lewis, J. O'Neil
Dr J.O'Neil Lewis had a distinguished career in the Civil Service. He served as Secretary to the Economic Advisory Board to the government and worked very closely with Dr Eric Williams.
OP18 - Seukeran, Lionel
Lionel Seukeran was bom in 1908 and entered politics in 1946 after a brief teaching career. He later studied law. He entered the Legislature, having won a seat as an Independent candidate, in 1956 and subsequently sewed ...
OP21 - McShine, Halsey
Dr Halsey McShine, surgeon specialist, knew Dr Eric Williams is very well. They had been schoolmates together in primary school at Tranquility Boys' iii' School and later at Queen's Royal College. Dr McShine did his training ...
OP42 - Pitt, David (Lord Pitt of Hampstead)
Lord Pitt (Dr David Pitt) was born in Grenada in 1913 and enjoyed a successful career in medicine and politics in San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago, before migrating to London, England. He also practiced medicine and became ...
OP84 - Farquhar, Peter
Peter Farquhar, son of Canon Max Farquhar, was born in 1927 in Conakry, Guinea. He was educated at Sangre Grande Government School and Queen's Royal College. He also studied at the London School of Economics and was trained ...
OP58 - Solomon, Patrick
Dr Patrick Solomon, a qualified physician, practised in Scotland, Ireland, Wales and the Leeward Islands before retuning to Trinidad in 1942. His foray into politics began when he joined the West Indian National Party ...
OP6 - Kelshall, Jack
Jack Kelshall was a lawyer and politician who espoused democratic socialism. He was involved in the politics of Trinidad and Tobago in the 1940s and l950s. He was also involved with the Youth Council and the trade union ...