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List of colonial governors and administrators of Saint Lucia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of viceroys in Saint Lucia from the first French settlement in 1650, until the island gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1979.

Governors of the French colony of Sainte Lucie, 1762–1802

Governors of the British colony of Saint Lucia 1802–1834

  • Robert Brereton 1803–1807
  • Alexander Wood 1807–1814
  • Francis Delaval 1814–1815
  • Edward Stehelin 1815–1816
  • Robert Douglas 1816
  • Richard Augustus Seymour 1816–1817
  • Edward O'Hara 1817–1818
  • John Keane 1818–1819
  • John Joseph Winkler 1819–1821
  • John Montagu Mainwaring 1821–1824 (first time)
  • Nathaniel Shepherd Blackwell 1824–1826
  • John Montagu Mainwaring 1826–1827 (second time)
  • Lorenzo Moore 1827–1829
  • David Stewart 1829
  • Francis Power 1829–1830
  • James Alexander Farquharson 1830–1831 (first time)
  • George Mackie 1831
  • Mark Anthony Bozon 1831–1832
  • James Alexander Farquharson 1832–1834 (second time)

Lieutenant-Governors of Saint Lucia, 1834–1857

Subordinate to the Governor of the British Windward Islands:

Administrators of Saint Lucia 1857–1889

Commissioners of Saint Lucia 1889–1958

Administrators of Saint Lucia 1958–1967

After incorporation into the Federation of the West Indies:

Governors of Saint Lucia 1967–1979

On 27 February 1967, Saint Lucia became an associated state of the United Kingdom, responsible for its own internal affairs.

  • Sir Frederick Clarke 1967–1971
  • Sir Ira Marcus Simmons 1971–1974
  • Sir Allen Lewis 1974–1979

On 22 February 1979, Saint Lucia achieved independence from the United Kingdom. For a list of viceroys in Saint Lucia after independence, see Governor-General of Saint Lucia.

See also

References

This page was last edited on 27 February 2020, at 20:20
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