Sir Charles Williams
My Story
Sir Charles ‘Cow’ Williams relates the fascinating story of his life’s journey from growing up as a barefoot Bajan farm boy to being knighted by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
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Equally at home with the common man or royalty, Cow Williams has made his indelible mark as a highly successful Caribbean construction magnate, accomplished property developer, innovative farmer, international sports fisherman, champion racehorse breeder, and a place in the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s oldest active polo player
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Me and my siblings when we moved to Edgehill. Left to right: Sissy, me, Lawrence, Richard, Margaret …. and Spot
Lodge School First XI Football Team 1950, with me sat on the step at the front right, with Jackie Kramer on the left. Back row (L to R): Michael King, Mousey Cheeseman, Richard King, Hallam Welch, Leroy Brooks . Middlerow (L to R): Cyril Gill, Peter Farah, Arthur Streetly, Earl Glasgow, Peppy Hutchinson
Parading Dixie before the judges at an agricultural show
My early days in polo - seen here with John Marsh far left, Lee Deane second right and Keith Deane far right- on the 1964 tour to Jamaica
Flanked by Teddy (L) and Stephen (R) after my knighthood investiture ceremony
Photographed for Business Barbados 2018
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Full of compelling anecdotes and first-hand accounts of major news events, this book offers an eye-opening glimpse into a bygone era in Barbados and a rare insight into the world of big business in the Caribbean.
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