Nevisian Icon Play writer Mr. Amba Trott has passed away.
The Nevis Historical and Conservation Society, to which he was a member and major contributor issued out a statement upon his passing. It stated and I quote “It is with great sadness that the Society shares the news of the passing of Mr. Amba Trott in the early hours of Thursday 9th September, peacefully at home in Nevis, just weeks after celebrating his 94th birthday. We extend our most heartfelt condolences to his family and loved ones.”
General Manager of VON Radio, Mr. Evered “Webbo” Herbert, also spoke of him, during Tuesday night’s “Let’s Talk” Program.
Mr. Evered “Webbo”Herbert
Mr. Amba Trott was born in Montreal, Canada in 1927, to Marion (née Knight) of Nevis and William Trot of New York.
Since 1950, his family owned and lived in Hamilton House, which stands adjacent to the Society’s office and museum in Charlestown. In 1985, Amba returned to his maternal home in Nevis, staying active by writing and directing plays. In 1987 he created a major musical show for the Society, “Horatio!”, in commemoration of the bicentenary of the marriage of Admiral Nelson and Fanny Nisbet in Nevis, which received a write-up in The New York Times.
In 2003, he began compiling his writings, and in June 2005 published a book titled “Nuttin’ but… Nonsense in Nevis”.
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