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Boyd Alan Gatton

Boyd Alan Gatton

United Kingdom citizen who died in the terrorist attacks in America on 11 September 2001. Boyd Alan Gatton was born on 8 October 1962 in Paget, Bermuda and was educated at Saltus Grammar School in...

Person, Tragedy, Bermuda, USA

1 memorial

Mary Prince

Mary Prince

First African woman to publish her memoirs of slavery. Born Bermuda.  The daughter of slaves, she was first sold aged 10 for £20. Eventually bought for $300 in 1818 by John Wood who moved his whole...

Person, Literature, Race Issues, Antigua, Bermuda

1 memorial

Sir Terence Rattigan

Sir Terence Rattigan

Playwright. Born Terence Mervyn Rattigan at 100 Cornwall Gardens, London. He achieved early theatrical success with his comedy 'French Without Tears' in 1936. This was followed by 'The Winslow Boy'...

Person, Seriously Famous, Theatre, Bermuda

1 memorial

Harold Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Rothermere

Harold Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Rothermere

Newspaper owner. He and his brother Alfred, later Lord Northcliffe, developed the London Daily Mail and Daily Mirror. Born Hampstead. During the lead up to WW2 he was a strong supporter of Oswald M...

Person, Benefactor, Journalism / Publishing, Bermuda

4 memorials

Abolition of slavery

Abolition of slavery

The British abolition of slavery came in two parts: first the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act became law on 25 March 1807, which left slavery itself still permitted until the Slavery Abolition Act...

Event, Race Issues, Social Welfare, Africa, Australia, Bermuda, Caribbean Islands, Ceylon, Indian Sub-continent, Jamaica

10 memorials

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