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John Montague Stow
(1911 - 1997)
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Sir John Montague Stow, KCMG, KCVO
First Governor-General of Barbados

Sir John Stow was a British colonial official and Governor-General of Barbados from 30 November 1966 to 18 May 1967.

Career

Sir John was the last Governor of Barbados and served from 8 October 1959 until 29 November 1966. After Barbados gained independence on 30 November 1966, he was appointed as a Governor-General and served until 18 May 1967.

Death

Sir John died in 1997.

Sources
http://www.totallybarbados.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Montague_Stow
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QUICK FACTS
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Occupation Diplomat
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Date of Birth 1911
Place of Birth Garden Land, St. Michael, Barbados
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Date of Death 1997
Place of Death Barbados
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Notable Accomplishments
Governor-General of Barbados: 30 November 1966 - 18 May 1967
Governor of Barbados: 8 October 1959 -l 29 November 1966
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