Masses House


The Workers League was formed in 1932 and in 1940 its members also formed the St. Kitts-Nevis Trades and Labour Union.  Meetings often took place at the building of the Mutual Improvement Society.  All three organisations had members in common.  Less formal meetings often took place in private residences or at business belonging to the membership.   In 1947, a property on the western side of Church Street belonging to a Mrs H Archibald came on the market.  The Executive of the St. Kitts-Nevis Trades and Labour Union, long accustomed to meeting in the area,..


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Masses House



Sir Joseph N. France

was born on the 16th September 1907 to Thomas and Mary France at Mt. Lily, Nevis.   Thomas who was a road driver and a small plot-holder sent his son regularly to Combermere School.  At age thirteen, young France went to St. Kitts to spend his school holidays with..
Ada Mae Edwards

Ada Mae Andrews was born in Antigua on the 9 th June 1911 and came to St. Kitts in 1930 immediately after graduating from the Antigua Teacher’s Training College.  Her first appointment was as Assistant Teacher at the Sandy Point Boys’ School where she came under the..
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