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List of colonial governors of Santo Domingo

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

First Spanish Colony 1492-1801

Governors and Viceroys of the Indies

Name Governors Viceroys
Christopher Columbus 1492–1496
Bartolomeo Columbus 1496–1500
Francisco de Bobadilla 1500–1502
Nicolás de Ovando 1502–1509
Diego Columbus 1509–1515
Luis de Figueroa 1515–1515
Cristóbal Lebrón 1515–1516
Luis de Figueroa 1516–1519
Diego Kolumbus 1520–1523
Rodrigo de Figueroa 1523–1525
Alonso de Zuazo und Gaspar de Espinosa 1525–1528

Governors and Captains-General

Name Captains-General
Sebastián Ramírez de Fuenleal 1528–1531
Alonso de Zuazo 1531–1533
Alonso de Fuenmayor 1533–1540
Luis Colón 1540–1543
Alonso López de Cerrato 1544–1549
Alonso de Fuenmayor 1549–1554
Alonso de Maldonaldo 1555–1560
Juan López de Cepeda 1560
Diego de Vera 1560–1561
Alonso Arias de Herrera 1561–1564
Antonio Mejía 1568–1572
Francisco de Vera 1572–1575
Gregorio González de Cuenca 1576–1581
Pedro de Arceo 1581–1583
Cristóbal de Ovalles 1583–1590
Lope de Vega Portocarrero 1590–1596
Diego de Osorio 1596–1601
Pedro Sanz Morquecho 1601
Antonio de Osorio 1601–1608
Diego Gómez de Sandoval 1608–1623
Juan Martínez Tenorio 1623–1624
Diego de Acuña 1624–1627
Gabriel de Chávez y Osorio 1627–1634
Gil de Sierpe 1634–1635
Alonso de Cereceda 1635–1637
Domingo de Osorio 1637
Juan Bitrián de Beamonte y Navarra 1637–1644
Luis Colón, 1st Duke of Veragua 1644–1649
Juan Melgarejo Ponce de León 1649–1650
Luís Fernández de Córdoba 1650–1651
Francisco Pantoja y Ayala 1651
Andrés Pérez Franco 1651–1653
Juan Francisco de Montemayor de Cuenca 1653–1655
Francisco Pantoja y Ayala 1655
Bernardino de Meneses, 1655–1656
Félix de Zúñiga 1656–1659
Juan Francisco de Montemayor Córdoba y Cuenca 1659–1661
Pedro de Carvajal y Cobos 1661–1669
Ignacio Zayas Bazán 1670–1677
Juan Padilla de Guardiola y Guzmán 1677–1678
Francisco Segura y Sandoval y Castilla 1678–1684
Andrés de Robles y Gómez 1684–1689
Ignacio Pérez Caro 1689–1696
Gil Correoso Catalán 1696
Severino de Manzaneda Salinas y Rojas 1699–1702
Juan del Barranco 1702–1704
Ignacio Pérez Caro 1704–1706
Sebastián de Cereceda y Girón 1706–1708
Guillermo Morfil 1708–1711
Pedro de Niela y Torres 1711–1714
Sebastián de Cereceda y Girón 1714–1715
Fernando Constanzo y Ramírez 1715–1724
Francisco de la Rocha Ferrer y Labarcés 1724–1732
Alonso de Castro y Mazo 1732–1737
Pedro Zorrilla da San Martín 1737–1750
Juan José Colomo 1750
José Zunnier de Basteros 1750–1751
Francisco Rubio y Peñaranda 1751–1760
Manuel Azlor de Aragón y Urries 1760–1771
José Solano y Bote 1771–1779
Isidoro de Peralta y Rojas 1779–1785
Joaquín García y Moreno 1785–1786
Manuel González Torres de Navarra 1786–1788
Pedro Carani 1788
Joaquín García y Moreno 1788–1795

United Kingdom Colony

Governors

Portrait Name

(Birth–Death)

Term of office
Took office Left office
John Whitelocke September 20, 1793 October 1794
Adam Williamson (governor)

(1736 — 1798)

October 1794 October 1796
Gordon Seorbes 

(1738 — 1828)

October 1796 October 1796
John Graves Simcoe October 1796 January 1797
John Whyte   (1740 — 1816)                      January 1797 January 1797
Nesbit

(1746 — 1817)   

January 1797 March 1797
Thomas Maitland March 1797 October 1798

French Colony

Governors

Portrait Name

(Birth–Death)

Term of office
Took office Left office
Toussaint Louverture 1801 1802
Antoine Nicolas Kerverseau 1802 1803
Louis Marie Ferrand 1803 1808
L. Dubarquier 1808 1809

Third Spanish Colony 1861-1865

Spanish annexation (1861–1865)

Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Notes
Took office Left office Time in office
Santana.gif
Pedro Santana
(1801–1864)
18 March 1861 20 July 1862 1 year, 124 days Captain-General of Santo Domingo. Resigned.
Created 1st Marquess of Las Carreras in 1862.
Felipe Rivero y Lemoine (Museo del Ejército).jpg
Felipe Ribero y Lemoyne
(1797–1873)
20 July 1862 22 October 1863 1 year, 94 days Captain-General of Santo Domingo.
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Carlos de Vargas y Cerveto [es]
(1803–1879)
23 October 1863 30 March 1864 159 days Captain-General of Santo Domingo.
José de la Gándara y Navarro.jpg
José de la Gándara y Navarro
(1820–1885)
31 March 1864 11 July 1865 1 year, 102 days Captain-General of Santo Domingo.

Foreign governors and military commanders since 1903

Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Title(s) Country
Took office Left office Time in office
United States occupation of Santo Domingo and Puerto Plata
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Richard G. McConnell
1 April 1903 21 April 1903 20 days Commander Marine detachment, USS Atlanta  United States
United States occupation of Santo Domingo and Puerto Plata (Santo Domingo Affair)
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James P. Parker
(1855–1942)
3 February 1904 11 February 1904 8 days Commander landing party, USS Newark  United States
United States occupation of the Dominican Republic (1916–1924)
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Frederick May Wise Jr.
(1877–1940)
5 May 1916 12 May 1916 7 days Commander, Marine expeditionary force  United States
ADM William B. Caperton, 1914.jpg
William Banks Caperton
(1855–1941)
12 May 1916 23 May 1916 11 days Commander cruiser squadron, Atlantic Fleet  United States
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Theodore P. Kane
(1868–1943)
23 May 1916 21 June 1916 29 days Commander of all U.S. Naval Forces ashore in Santo Domingo  United States
Joseph Henry Pendleton in 1917.jpg
Joseph Henry Pendleton
(1860–1942)
21 June 1916 29 November 1916 161 days Commander of all U.S. Naval Forces ashore in Santo Domingo  United States
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Harry Shepard Knapp
(1856–1923)
29 November 1916 18 November 1918 1 year, 354 days Military Governor of Santo Domingo  United States
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Edwin Anderson Jr.
(1860–1933)
23 August 1917 11 September 1917 19 days Acting Military Governor of Santo Domingo
(acting for Knapp)
 United States
Joseph Henry Pendleton in 1917.jpg
Joseph Henry Pendleton
(1860–1942)
29 October 1917 29 November 1917 31 days Acting Military Governor of Santo Domingo
(acting for Knapp)
 United States
5 February 1918 17 March 1918 40 days
6 April 1918 1 June 1918 56 days
2 July 1918 1 September 1918 61 days
Ben Hebard Fuller.jpg
Ben Hebard Fuller
(1870–1937)
18 November 1918 25 February 1919 99 days Military Governor of Santo Domingo  United States
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Thomas Snowden
(1857–1930)
25 February 1919 3 June 1921 2 years, 98 days Military Governor of Santo Domingo  United States
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Samuel Robison
(1867–1952)
3 June 1921 20 October 1922 1 year, 139 days Military Governor of Santo Domingo  United States
Harry Lee.jpg
Harry Lee
(1872–1935)
3 January 1922 19 February 1922 47 days Acting Military Governor of Santo Domingo
(acting for Robison)
 United States
14 June 1922 24 July 1922 40 days
21 October 1922 March 1923 131 days Acting Military Governor of Santo Domingo
March 1923 12 July 1924 1 year, 133 days Military Governor of Santo Domingo
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Sumner Welles
(1892–1961)
29 July 1922 12 July 1924 1 year, 349 days Commissioner to the Dominican Republic, with the rank of Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary  United States
Dominican Civil War
GEN Bruce Palmer.jpg
Bruce Palmer Jr.
(1913–2000)
1 May 1965 January 1966 245 days Commander of U.S. Land Forces  United States
23 May 1965 28 May 1965 5 days Acting Commander of the Inter-American Peace Force (IAPF)
28 May 1965 January 1966 218 days Deputy Commander of the Inter-American Peace Force (IAPF)
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Hugo Panasco Alvim
(1901–1978)
28 May 1965 January 1966 218 days Commander of the Inter-American Peace Force (IAPF)  Brazil
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Álvaro Alves da Silva Braga
(1906–1971)
January 1966 21 September 1966 263 days Commander of the Inter-American Peace Force (IAPF)  Brazil

See also

Sources

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