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Governors of Victoria

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  • Major-General Sir Reginald Arthur James Talbot, KCB (1841 - 1929)
    Wikipedia contributors. " Reginald Talbot ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.
  • Sir Henry Barkly (1815 - 1898)
    adb.anu.edu.au... ; en.wikipedia... ; oxforddnb... ; ....He suffered personal tragedy when his wife Elizabeth Helen, née Timins, whom he had married in 1840, died on 17 April 1857, a few day...
  • Sir Charles Hotham, KCB (1806 - 1855)
    Wikipedia Biographical Summary Sir Charles Hotham, KCB, RN (14 January 1806 – 31 December 1855) was Lieutenant-governor and, later, Governor of Victoria, Australia from 22 June 1854 to 10 Nove...
  • Rt Hon Sir George Ferguson Bowen, GCMG (deceased)
    Sir George Ferguson Bowen, unlike previous Australian military and naval governors, was trained in law, classics and administration. A noted intellectual and author, Bowen later became Fellow of Brasen...
  • Sir Charles Henry Darling, KCB (1809 - 1870)
    Wikipedia Biographical Summary " Sir Charles Henry Darling KCB (19 February 1809 – 25 January 1870) was a British colonial governor. Biography He was born at Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, ...

List of Lieut.-Governors of Victoria

  1. Captain Charles La Trobe (wikipedia entry)
  2. Captain Sir Charles Hotham KCB RN (wikipedia entry)

List of Governors of Victoria

  1. Captain Sir Charles Hotham KCB RN (wikipedia entry)
  2. Sir Henry Barkly GCMG KCB FRS FRGS (wikipedia entry)
  3. Sir Charles Darling KCB (wikipedia entry)
  4. The Rt Hon. Viscount Canterbury GCMG KCB (wikipedia entry)
  5. The Rt Hon. Sir George Bowen GCMG (wikipedia entry)
  6. The Most Hon. Marquess of Normanby GCB GCMG PC (wikipedia entry)
  7. The Rt Hon. Lord Loch GCMG KCB (wikipedia entry)
  8. The Most Hon. Earl of Hopetoun KT GCMG GCVO PC (wikipedia entry)
  9. The Rt Hon. Earl Brassey GCB JP DL TD (wikipedia entry)
  10. Sir George Clarke KCMG (wikipedia entry)
  11. The Hon. Major-General Sir Reginald Talbot KCB (wikipedia entry)
  12. The Rt Hon. Lord Carmichael GCSI GCIE KCMG DL (wikipedia entry)
  13. The Rt Hon. Sir John Fuller Bt KCMG (wikipedia entry)
  14. The Rt Hon. Lord Sheffield KCMG (wikipedia entry)
  15. The Rt Hon. Earl of Stradbroke KCMG CB CVO CBE VD TD (wikipedia entry)
  16. The Rt Hon. Lord Somers KCMG DSO MC (wikipedia entry)
  17. The Rt Hon. Lord Huntingfield KCMG (wikipedia entry)
  18. The Rt Hon. Major General The Lord Dugan GCMG CB DSO (wikipedia entry)
  19. General Sir Reginald Dallas Brooks GCMG KCB KCVO DSO (wikipedia entry)
  20. Major General Sir Rohan Delacombe KCMG KBE CB DSO (wikipedia entry)
  21. The Hon. Sir Henry Winneke AC KCMG KCVO OBE QC (wikipedia entry)
  22. Rear Admiral Sir Brian Murray KCMG AO (wikipedia entry)
  23. The Reverend Dr Davis McCaughey AC (wikipedia entry)
  24. The Hon. Richard McGarvie AC QC (wikipedia entry)
  25. The Hon. Sir James Gobbo AC CVO QC (wikipedia entry)
  26. Mr. John Landy AC CVO MBE (wikipedia entry)
  27. Professor David de Kretser AC (wikipedia entry)
  28. The Hon. Alex Chernov AC QC (wikipedia entry)

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