Sir Clifford Husbands was Barbados’ sixth Governor General, assuming the position on June 1, 1996, after Dame Nita Barrow, died in office in December 1995. Sir Clifford was the longest serving Governor General of Barbados, functioning as Head of State from 1996 until he retired in October 2011. There will be a period of mourning for Sir Clifford Husbands from Wednesday, November 1, to Friday, November 3. During that time, all flags should be flown at half-mast, until after his burial.
Born on 5 August, 1926 at Morgan Lewis Plantation, in the rural parish of St. Andrew. He was educated at Selah Boy’s Elementary School in St. Lucy between 1931 and 1936, and at the Parry School and Harrison College between 1936 and 1946.
On leaving Harrison College, Sir Clifford returned to the Parry School where he taught for three years before studying Law at the Middle Temple in London. Sir Clifford became qualified as a Barrister and was called to Bar there in 1952.
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