|Governor of Montserrat|
27 July 2007 – 3 March 2011
|Monarch||Queen Elizabeth II|
|Preceded by||Deborah Barnes-Jones|
|Succeeded by||Adrian Davis|
15 April 1957 |
Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
In his inaugural speech, he emphasised Her Majesty the Queen's commitment to and concern for the people of Montserrat and his commitment to the redevelopment of Montserrat. Following his swearing-in, he inspected a special guard of honour in Little Bay.
Waterworth has served as the UK's deputy high commissioner in Lagos and consul-general for Nigeria, political counselor in Islamabad and Baghdad, and in the Northern Ireland Office as well as in Germany, Italy and the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
He has a wife, Catherine.
|Governor of Montserrat
- "Volcano residents back home". BBC Caribbean. August 23, 2007. Retrieved May 1, 2011.
- "Groove Master laid to rest". NationNews Barbados. October 1, 2010. Retrieved May 1, 2011.
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