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1946 Jun Rita Marshall, the first person native to St Vincent in the Caribbean to become a Bahá’í, accepted the Faith while in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
  • Her husband, Ernest Marshall, became a Bahá’í in November 1946.
  • St Vincent; Halifax; Nova Scotia; Canada First Bahais by country or area
    1964 22 Mar The Faith was brought to St Vincent for the first time by Shirley Jackson, who returned to the island the day after having become a Bahá’í while on a visit to her native home in Grenada.
  • Later in the year she enrolled the first Bahá’ís on St Vincent.
  • St Vincent First Bahais by country or area
    1981 Ridván The National Spiritual Assembly of Barbados and the Windward Islands was formed with its seat in Kingstown, St Vincent. It does not mention "Barbados". [BW18:171]
  • In the same volume of Bahá'í World on page 515, it says that Hand of the Cause Dr Varqá represented the Universal House of Justice at the Convention for the National Spiritual Assembly of Barbados and the Windward Islands with its seat in Kingston, St Vincent.
  • An article in the Bahá'í News refers to the "Barbados and Windward Islands" Assembly. [BN No 602 May 1981 p19]
  • Kingstown; St Vincent National Spiritual Assembly, formation
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