Henry Darrell Carlton Moore
Former Member of the West Indies Federal Parliament
Henry Darrell Carlton Moore was an Antiguan politician and a former parliamentarian in the West Indies Federal Parliament.
Early life and education
Henry Darrell Carlton Moore was born at Parham Hill Estate, Antigua on 11 November 1900. He was educated at the Antigua Grammar School.
Moore was a retired Superintendent of Telephones. He joined the Antigua Civil Service in January 1921, and was appointed wireless telephone operator. He served in the Royal Corps of Signals from 1924 to 1929. He later acted as Supply Officer for Antigua before his retirement.
Moore attended the conderence of the Federal Civil Service Association in Jamaica as Antigua's delegate. For a period, he was also Warden of Barbuda, an island dependency of Antigua.
Following his retirement, Moore managed his own farm with mixed farming and cattle raising.
He was also a member of the Industrial Development Board and the Public Service Commission; and he was one of the founders of the Antigua Cooperative Bank Ltd.
He served as a Member of the House of Representatives of the West Indies Federation from 1958 to 1962.
Moore was married to Ena Elena Moore (née Erskine) and was the father on one son, Ronald; and three daughters.