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Famous Anguillans

People listed are almost always native to the island. We do (on occasion) include those that have either lived within the island for most of their adult life, or have made a significant contribution to the country in their personal endeavors.

Famous Natives


A - B

  • Jaiden Abbott footballer
  • Daniel Anderson footballer
  • Alastair Turner Baillie former governor
  • Omari Banks cricketer
  • Bankie Banx musician
  • Iston Benjamin footballer
  • Walwyn Benjamin footballer
  • Emmerson Brooks-Meade footballer
  • Lucia Sellers Butler artist
C - F
  • Brian G. J. Canty former governor
  • Mark Capes former governor
  • David Carty house of assembly speaker
  • Cardigan Connor cricketer
  • Girdon Connor footballer
  • Lester Connor footballer
  • Mark Connor footballer
  • Marvin Connor footballer
  • Nigel Connor footballer
  • Roger Cousins former governor
  • Godwin Davy footballer
  • Ian Edwards footballer
  • Osbourne Fleming former chief minister
  • Lucian Flemming footballer
G
  • Charles Harry Godden former governor
  • Andre Griffith footballer
  • Emile Gumbs former chief minister, politician
  • Jermaine Gumbs footballer
  • Romell Gumbs footballer
  • Roy Gumbs footballer
H - J
  • Happy Hits musicians
  • Atlin Harrigan former house of assembly speaker
  • Robert Harris former governor
  • Hubert Hughes former chief minister, politician
  • Peter Johnstone former governor
P - W
  • Shara Proctor long jumper
  • Stanley Reid former governor
  • Jerry Dice Richardson musician
  • Leroy Rogers former house of assembly speaker
  • Terrence Rogers footballer
  • Alan W. Shave former governor
  • Rocarlo Smith footballer
  • Tanny and The Boys musicians
  • Evan Webster singer
  • Ronald Webster former chief minister, politician
  • Geoffrey Owen Whittaker former governor

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This page was last updated on April 7, 2017.