1906 – Sir Milo Boughton Butler was born in Nassau on the 11th of August.
1936 – Sir Milo began his political career, when he unsuccessfully contested the seat for the Western District of New Providence against the late Sir Harry Oakes.
1937 – He was successful in winning the seat.
1956 – Sir Milo tossed the Speaker’s hourglass through the window of the House of Assembly as a result of the Government’s introduction of a 12-minute rule to curb lengthy speeches in debate.
1956 – He again represented the Western District.
1967 – He represented the constituency of Bain Town.
1967-1968 – He was appointed Minister of Health and Welfare and became Minister of Labour, Agriculture and Fisheries.
1972 – He was appointed Minister without Portfolio.
– In June, Sir Milo was honoured by Special Resolution of the Honourable House of Assembly and acclaimed a National Hero.
1973 – On the 1st of Augut, he was sworn in as the first Bahamian Governor-General.
– He was knighted in the Birthday Honours, Sir Milo was made a Knight Grand Cross of the Most Excellent Order of St. Michael and St. George.
1979 – He died on the 22nd of January.