|Sir Clifford Darling
|4th Governor General of the Bahamas|
2 January 1992 – 2 January 1995
|Prime Minister||Hubert Ingraham|
|Preceded by||Sir Henry Milton Taylor|
|Succeeded by||Sir Orville Turnquest|
6 February 1922|
|Died||27 December 2011
|Spouse(s)||Lady Ingrid Darling|
|Children||Clifford Jr, Andrea Darling-Thompson, Sharlene Hanna, Theresa McPhee, Rushena Darling, Lakriesha Darling and Charles Darling|
In 1958, he helped make a settlement of a general strike.
He served as a Senator from 1964 to 1967, Deputy Speaker of the House of Assembly from 1967 to 1969, Minister of State in 1969, Minister of Labour and Welfare in 1971 and Minister of Labour and National Insurance from 1974 to 1977. He was Speaker of the House of Assembly from 1977 until becoming Governor-General in 1992.
- Sir Clifford Darling, The Bahamas 4th Governor General passes at 89
- His Excellency Sir Clifford Darling, Government Biography
- "Archive on Clifford Darling". Department of Archives, The Bahamas Government. Archived from the original on 2007-08-08.
- "Remembering Sir Clifford Darling". Nassau Tribune. November 13, 2014. Retrieved 20 June 2015.
- "Fourth Bahamian-Born Governor General Sir Clifford Darling Passes at 89". Bahamas Press. December 27, 2011.
- Krystel Rolle, "Former GG, Sir Clifford dies at 89", The Nassau Guardian, 28 December 2011.
- "Sir Clifford Darling, The Bahamas 4th Governor General passes at 89", The Bahamas Weekly, 27 December 2011
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Sir Henry Taylor
|Governor-General of the Bahamas
Sir Orville Turnquest
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