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List of British representatives at Aden

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Map of the Colony of Aden.
Map of the Colony of Aden.
Map of the Colony of Aden and its dependencies (the islands of Kamaran, Perim and Khuriya Muriya).
Map of the Colony of Aden and its dependencies (the islands of Kamaran, Perim and Khuriya Muriya).

This is a list of British representatives at Aden from the 1839 Aden Expedition to the 1967 withdrawal from Aden. They were appointed from British India until 1917 when the Aden Settlement became the responsibility of the Foreign Office in London.

Aden became independent as part of South Yemen on 30 November 1967. For British representation since then, see: List of ambassadors of the United Kingdom to Yemen.


British colonial administrators of Aden[1][2]
Portrait Name Term of office
Political Agents
Stafford Haines.jpg
Captain Stafford Bettesworth Haines, Indian Navy 1839 1854
Major-General James Outram 1854 1856
Political Residents
Colonel William Marcus Coghlan 1854 1862
Major General R. W. Honner 1862 1862
Colonel William Marcus Coghlan 1862 1863
Major William Merewether 1863 1867
Major General Sir Edward Russell 1867 1870
Major General Charles William Tremenheere 1870 1872
Brigadier-General John Schneider 1872 1877
Brigadier-General Francis Adam Ellis Loch 1877 1882
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Brigadier-General James Blair 1882 1885
Brigadier-General Adam George Forbes Hogg 1890 1890
Brigadier-General John Jopp 1890 1895
Brigadier-General Charles Alexander Cunningham 1895 1899
General O'Moore Creagh, VC, Colonel of 129th Baluchis, 1912 copyv.jpg
Brigadier-General Garratt O'Moore Creagh 1899 1901
Brigadier-General Pelham James Maitland 1901 1904
Major-General Harry Macan Mason 1904 1906
Major-General Ernest de Brath 1906 1910
Brigadier-General James Alexander Bell 1910 1914
Brigadier-General Charles Henry Uvedale Price 1915 1915
Major-General James Marshall Stewart 1916 1920
Major-General Thomas Edwin Scott 1920 1925
Major-General John Henry Keith Stewart 1925 1928
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Lieutenant-Colonel George Stewart Symes 1928 1930
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Lieutenant-Colonel Bernard Rawdon Reilly 1930 1932
Chief Commissioner
Bernard Rawdon Reilly.jpg
Lieutenant-Colonel Bernard Rawdon Reilly 1932 1937
Bernard Rawdon Reilly.jpg
Sir Bernard Reilly 1937 1940
Sir John Hathorn Hall 1940 1944
Sir Reginald Champion 1944 1951
Sir Tom Hickinbotham 1951 1956
Sir William Luce 1956 1960
Sir Charles Hepburn Johnston 1960 1963
High Commissioners
Sir Kennedy Trevaskis 1963 1965
Sir Richard Turnbull 1965 1967
Sir Humphrey Trevelyan 1967 1967

See also


  1. ^ "Records of the British Administration in Aden, 1839–1967". The National Archives. Retrieved 18 July 2017.
  2. ^ Gavin, R. J. (1975). Aden Under British Rule 1839–1967. London.: C. Hurst & Co. (Publishers) Ltd. p. 444. ISBN 0-903983-14-1. Retrieved 18 July 2017.
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