BA, BLitt(Oxon) FRSA; home civil service 1971-1986, local authority chief executive 1986-2003.
Falkland Island born historian, great-grandson of both Wm Coulson and Jacob Napoleon Goss. Died 2013, Stanley.
Dame Anne Griffiths. Born 1932; died 2017.
Editor; author of Most Noble Bodley.
Head of Map Collections, British Museum
Professor in Economic History, Bergen.
PhD (UC Berkeley, 1989); Fulbright-Hays Scholar in Falklands, 1986-87.
Falklands Civil Service Officer, 1951–58.
Died 2010, Ipswich.
Falkland Islands Government Archivist. Died 2009, Trelew, Argentina.
Widow of Ian Campbell now residing in New Zealand
Chief Botanist and Director, National Herbarium of Victoria, Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne.
Professor Emeritus of medieval Welsh history, University of Wales, Bangor.
Retired civil servant Falkland Islands Government.
Teacher, FI Legislative councillor 1997-2005, Co-owner/director Fortuna Ltd.
Founding Member, history of Art, UCCork; co-ordinator, Centre for Adult continuing Education, UCC.
Professor; Head of Bird & Mammal Research (later Conservation Biology) BAS 1976–2006; CBE; FRS.
Retired Lieutenant-Commander, Royal Navy and a former Vice-President of the Hakluyt Society.
Daughter of Tom Slaughter.
MA, FLS; former librarian, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and author of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker (1999).
Retired second officer WRNS. Died 2007.
BSc; MSc; MPhil; PhD. September 1964-January 1966 sealing inspector on South Georgia; former lecturer in the Department of Biology, Memorial University of Newfoundland; retired in January 2011; continues to live in Newfoundland; and is now an Honorary Research Professor.
Daughter of Freddy White
Daughter of Harry Milne.
CB, MBE, MSc; military career in Royal Engineers, 1954-1991.
FRSA; ACIB; writer, former treasurer Falklands conservation; former editor of the Upland Goose magazine
Writer and conservationist with specific interests in Falklands, Galapagos and New Zealand.
BA, DPhil (Oxon); Professor of English, Rutgers University, New Brunswick.
MSc (Oslo) Sociology; Norwegian and Social Studies teacher.
(MA); Anglican priest; missionary in the diocese of Argentina since 1981.
Alternate Exec Director, African Development Bank. MA (Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy).
PhD, DLitt; Canadian Corresp Member Soc for Naut Research; author of The Falkland Islands/Malvinas.
MA (Oxon); FISPG co-editor Upland Goose journal
TechRICS; FRGS; Shackleton Scholar; Curator South Georgia Museum 1992-1995; author.
Died 2017, Bantry, Co Cork.
MA (Cantab) Geography; Church of England Priest; Missionary in Argentina for ten years. Died March 2022
Died 2012, Yorkshire.
Cabinet Minister 1984-1995; author.
BA (Cantab); war service, DSO, MC; PC; FRS; political, business and academic posts. Died 2007.
Army 1940-1946 (MC 1944 Italy); Home Civil Service 1946-1961; contributor Oxford DNB.
Elder son, civil servant, Falkland Islands Government.
Younger son, civil servant, Falkland Islands Government.
Historian of American whaling, served as Director of the New Bedford Whaling Museum from 1967-1993.
Attorney General Falkland Islands 1987-2006.
Rear Admiral; Commander, British Forces Falkland Islands 1986-87.
Died 2015, Manila.
Died 2010, Auckland, New Zealand.
PhD, Professor of International Relations (American University, Washington, DC).
Project Curator, Museum Collections Unit, University of St Andrews.
Professor of Agriculture, Queens University Belfast; Editor The Falkland Islands Journal.
BA, mphil; Author Martin Frobisher, Elizabethan Privateer.
Great-Niece of Frederick Cheek.
MA (Cantab); Honorary OBE.
Former Managing Director, Falkland Islands Co; Hon Secretary, Falkland Islands Committee. Died 2011.
Roman Catholic priest, Stanley.
LVO; MA(TCD), BA(Lond) Classics; Canon Norwich; Chaplain Falkland Islands 1987-1991. Died 2014, Norfolk.
1928-2021. Resident owner, West Point Island, West Falkland (for 70 years).
National Archivist, Jane Cameron National Archives, Stanley. Great-grandaughter of Fred Newman.
former Head Spanish Translator at the IMO; international representative of the Hakluyt Soc in Spain.
Retired teacher of English, German and history.
Vice-President for Collections and Research; Mystic Seaport, Mystic, Connecticut, USA
PhD; Rector of Christ Church Cathedral, Falkland Islands 1991-96.
BA (Hons) Keele; geologist; former Co-Editor of the Falkland Islands Newsletter.
Curator of the Museums of St Malo, France.
Retired Canadian College instructor, now photographer and writer.
Colonel, Royal Canadian Artillery.
SPRI 1954-1968; NMM 1970-1987; author, Search for the NW Passage and Voyages of the Discovery.
Writer and editor specialising in natural history and travel.
A fellow Bahá’í of John Leonard in the Falkland Islands.
Local historian - with Joan SPRUCE author of 'Falkland Rural Heritage'
Royal Marine, yachtsman and author
Author of articles and books on Falklands history and philately; editor; chairman; Falklandophile. Died 2014, Weston super Mare.
BA(Oxon) English; DPhil (Toronto) Commonwealth Literature.
Former manager, Falkland Islands Company.
wife of Ian Strange
PhD; Scott Polar Research Institute. Died 2014, Cambridge.
BA (Oxon) History; Diplomatic Service; Governor Falkland Islands 1992-5; CMG. Editor DFB.
Chief Exec, Falkland Islands Govt, 1983–87, 1988–89; Governor Montserrat 1990–93. Died 2007.
Daughter; MB, ChB (Bristol).
former Manager of the Falkland Islands Broadcasting Service (FIBS)
Son of Freddy White
Accompanied her husband who served as Admiralty Marshal to the Falklands for six years.
MA, US Foreign Policy (Arlington, VA).
BSc, PhD, DSc; Reader in Environmental Science, University of Ulster, Coleraine.
MA (Oxon); PhD (Courtauld Institute London).
Dutch resident in the Falkland Islands.