Psaila, Dun Karm b. October 18, 1871 d. October 13, 1961 National Poet of Malta. Dun Karm Psaila, sometimes called "The Bard of Malta" or "The Chaucer of Malta", was born in Żebbuġ and after entering the diocesan seminary, he studied philosophy and theology at the Royal University of Malta. Ordained priest in 1894, between 1895 and 1921, he taught various subjects at the named seminary, including Italian, Latin, English, arithmetic, geography, cosmography, Church history and Christian archaeology. In 1921, he was appointed assistant...[Read More] (Bio by: Eman Bonnici) Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetery, Zebbug, Western, Malta Plot: Dun Karm Chapel.
Strickland, Gerald b. May 24, 1861 d. August 22, 1940 Prime Minister of Malta. The son of a naval officer, Gerald Strickland was educated at St. Mary's College in Oscott and Trinity College in Cambridge. Active in local politics from an early age, he was elected to the council of the government of Malta in 1886. Accompanying Dr. Fortunato Mizzi, founder of the Maltese Nationalist Party, to the first Colonial Conference in London, the result was the drafting of the new Maltese Constitution in December of the following year. Appointed governor of...[Read More] (Bio by: Eman Bonnici) Mdina Cathedral, Mdina, Western, Malta Plot: Family Crypt.
Strickland, Mabel b. 1899 d. 1988 Daughter of Sir Gerald Strickland G.C.M.G., 6th Count della Catena and 1st and last Baron Strickland of Sizergh and Lady Edeline Sackville-West. Member of the Maltese Parliament, and founder of the Maltese Times. Mdina Cathedral, Mdina, Western, Malta Plot: Buried with her father