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Saba Famous

Saba famous natives

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 island in their personal endeavors.
  • Hiram Beakes pirate
  • Jo Bean jewelry artist
  • Carl Buncamper island council member
  • Stewart A. Chipka orchid expert
  • Jose Dormoy aviation pioneer
  • Atthelo Edwards introduced electric lights to Saba
  • Joseph Lambert Hassell "The Road" engineer
  • Lisa Hassell cultural foundation president
  • Peter Elenor Hassell bush medicine practitioner
  • Edwin J. Hill Recipient (posthumously) of the United States Navy Medal of Honor for heroism during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
  • Ann Elizabeth Johnson bush medicine practitioner
  • Chris Johnson island council member
  • Freddy Johnson aviation pioneer
  • Jonathan Johnson politician
  • Mary Gertrude Hassell Johnson introduced lacework industry in Saba
  • Patricia Johnson artist
  • Sandra Johnson artist, poet
  • Will Johnson historian
  • Cornelia R. Jones (Cuthchie) former council member
  • Barbara Every Kassab artist
  • Akilah Levenstone island council member
  • Elmer Linzey introduced electric lights to Saba
  • Rufus Linzey introduced electric lights to Saba
  • Angelita Peterson artist
  • Joseph Richardson former administrator
  • Stella Richardson-Sloterdijk poet
  • Stacey Simmonds artist
  • Trene Blyden Taylor est. Wesleyan Holiness Church
  • Menno van der Velde island secretary
  • Norman Wathey aviation pioneer
  • Rolando Wilson island council member
  • Peter de Witte police chief commissioner for Saba, St. Eustatius, St. Martin
  • Bruce Zagers commissioner of finance
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