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Montserrat's Information

Flag of Montserrat
Land Area 102 km2
Total Area 102km2
Population 5,267 (#227)
Population Density 51.64/km2
Government Type Parliamentary Democracy (Legislative Council); Self-governing Overseas Territory Of The UK
GDP (PPP) $43.78 Million
GDP Per Capita $8,500
Currency Dollar (XCD)
  • Jim Allen former cricketer
  • Lionel Baker cricketer
  • Percival Austin Bramble politician, former chief minister
  • William Henry Bramble "Willy B" union leader, politician
  • David Brandt politician, former chief minister
  • Alphonsus "Arrow" Cassell MBE musician
  • Justin "Hero" Cassell musician
  • Vladimir Farrell footballer
  • Sean Howson footballer
  • George Irish academic, community leader, activist
  • Andrew Julius footballer
  • Lowell Lewis politician, former chief minister
  • Reuben Meade politician, chief minister
  • Bertrand Osborne politician, former chief minister
  • John Osborne former chief minister
  • Matthew Phipps "M.P." Shiel author
  • Lydia Simmons mayor of Slough
  • Elton Williams footballer
  • Maizie Williams musician
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This page was last updated on April 7, 2017.

Montserrat Trivia

When Did the Soufrière Hills Volcano Erupt?

In 1995, the Soufrière Hills volcano on the Caribbean island of Montserrat became active. As a result, half of Montserrat became uninhabitable. As the volcano had been dormant for over 3 centuries and had been deemed inactive, this came as a devastating blow to the small island and its inhabitants.

The 1995 Soufrière Hills Eruption

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