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Governors of South Australia

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  • Sir Richard Graves MacDonnell KCMG CB (1814 - 1881)
    Wikipedia Biographical Summary Sir Richard Graves MacDonnell KCMG CB (name in Chinese: 麥當奴; Jyutping: Maak6dong1nou4) (3 September 1814 – 5 February 1881) was an Anglo-Iri...
  • Sir Dominick Daly (1798 - 1868)
    Wikipedia Biographical Summary Sir Dominick Daly (11 August 1798 – 19 February 1868) was the Governor of Prince Edward Island from 11 July 1854 to 25 May 1859 and later Governor of South Austr...
  • Sir Anthony Musgrave, KCMG (1828 - 1888)
    (bio) (bio) (his time in Jamaica) (link to his obituary) (news article from Austrlian press) Sir Anthony Musgrave, KCMG (31 August 1828 – 9 October 1888) was a colonial administrator and gover...
  • Hallam Tennyson, 2nd Baron Tennyson (1852 - 1928)
    Hallam Tennyson, 2nd Baron Tennyson, GCMG, PC (11 August 1852 – 2 December 1928) was the second Governor-General of Australia. He was the elder son of Alfred, Lord Tennyson, the most popular and...
  • Sir Charles Malcolm Barclay-Harvey, KCMG (1890 - 1969)
    Biographical Summary " Sir Charles Malcolm Barclay-Harvey (1890-1969), landowner and governor, was born on 2 March 1890 at Kensington, London, son of James Charles Barclay-Harvey, gentleman, and his ...

List of Governors of South Australia

  1. Rear Admiral Sir John Hindmarsh KH (wikipedia entry)
  2. Lieutenant-Colonel George Gawler KH (wikipedia entry)
  3. Sir George Grey KCB (wikipedia entry)
  4. Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick Holt Robe (wikipedia entry)
  5. Sir Henry Fox Young KCMG (wikipedia entry)
  6. Sir Richard Graves MacDonnell KCMG CB (wikipedia entry)
  7. Sir Dominick Daly (wikipedia entry)
  8. The Rt Hon. Sir James Fergusson Bt (wikipedia entry)
  9. Sir Anthony Musgrave KCMG (wikipedia entry)
  10. Lieutenant-General Sir William Jervois GCMG CB (wikipedia entry)
  11. Sir William Robinson GCMG (wikipedia entry)
  12. The Rt Hon. Earl of Kintore GCMG (wikipedia entry)
  13. Sir Thomas Buxton Bt GCMG (wikipedia entry)
  14. The Rt Hon. Lord Tennyson GCMG (wikipedia entry)
  15. Sir George Le Hunte KCMG (wikipedia entry)
  16. Admiral Sir Day Bosanquet GCVO KCB (wikipedia entry)
  17. Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Henry Galway KCMG DSO (wikipedia entry)
  18. Lieutenant-Colonel Sir William Archibald Weigall KCMG (wikipedia entry)
  19. Lieutenant-General Sir Tom Bridges KCB KCMG DSO (wikipedia entry)
  20. Brigadier-General the Rt Hon. Earl of Gowrie VC KCMG CB DSO (wikipedia entry)
  21. Major-General Lord Dugan KCMG CB DSO (wikipedia entry)
  22. Sir Malcolm Barclay-Harvey KCMG (wikipedia entry)
  23. Lieutenant-General Sir Willoughby Norrie KCMG CB DSO MC (wikipedia entry)
  24. Air Vice-Marshal Sir Robert George KCMG KCVO KBE CB MC (wikipedia entry)
  25. Lieutenant-General Sir Edric Bastyan KCMG KCVO KBE CB (wikipedia entry)
  26. Major-General Sir James Harrison KCMG CB CBE (wikipedia entry)
  27. Professor Sir Mark Oliphant AC KBE (wikipedia entry)
  28. Pastor Sir Douglas Nicholls KCVO OBE (wikipedia entry)
  29. Reverend Sir Keith Seaman KCVO OBE (wikipedia entry)
  30. Lieutenant-General Sir Donald Dunstan AC KBE CB (wikipedia entry)
  31. The Hon. Dame Roma Mitchell AC DBE CVO QC (wikipedia entry)
  32. Sir Eric Neal AC CVO (wikipedia entry)
  33. Mrs. Marjorie Jackson-Nelson AC CVO MBE (wikipedia entry)
  34. Rear Admiral Kevin Scarce AC CSC (wikipedia entry)

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