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Governors of Western Australia

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  • Major-General Sir Harry St. George Ord GCMG, CB, RE (1819 - 1885)
    Wikipedia contributors. " Harry Ord ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Peter Boyce, ' Ord, Sir Harry St George (1819–1885) ', Australian Dictionary of Biography, National Centre of Biography...
  • Captain Charles Fitzgerald (1791 - 1887)
    Wikipedia Biographical Summary Captain Charles Fitzgerald (1791– 29 December 1887) was the Governor of The Gambia from 1844 until 1847, then Governor of Western Australia from 1848 to 1855. ...
  • John Hutt (1795 - 1880)
    John Hutt (July 24, 1795–April 9, 1880) was Governor of Western Australia from 1839 to 1846. Born in London on July 24, 1795, John Hutt was the fourth of 13 children of Richard Hutt of Appley ...
  • Admiral Sir James Stirling (1791 - 1865)
    Wikipedia Biographical Summary " Admiral Sir James Stirling RN (28 January 1791 – 22 April 1865) was a British naval officer and colonial administrator. His enthusiasm and persistence persuade...
  • Major General Sir Douglas Anthony Kendrew, KCMG, CB, CBE, DSO (1910 - 1989)
    Wikipedia Biographical Summary " Major General Sir Douglas Anthony Kendrew, KCMG, CB, CBE, DSO & Three Bars , (22 July 1910 – 28 February 1989) was a British rugby player and military officer,...

List of Lieut.-Governors of Western Australia

  1. Captain Sir James Stirling RN (wikipedia entry)

List of Governors of Western Australia

  1. Captain Sir James Stirling RN (wikipedia entry)
  2. John Hutt (wikipedia entry)
  3. Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Andrew Clarke KCH (wikipedia entry)
  4. Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick Irwin (wikipedia entry)
  5. Captain Charles Fitzgerald (wikipedia entry)
  6. Sir Arthur Kennedy GCMG CB (wikipedia entry)
  7. Dr John Hampton (wikipedia entry)
  8. Sir Benjamin Pine (wikipedia entry)
  9. The Hon. Sir Frederick Weld GCMG (wikipedia entry)
  10. Sir William Robinson GCMG (wikipedia entry)
  11. The Hon. Major-General Sir Harry Ord GCMG CB RE (wikipedia entry)
  12. Sir William Robinson GCMG (wikipedia entry)
  13. Sir Frederick Broome KCMG (wikipedia entry)
  14. Sir William Robinson GCMG (wikipedia entry)
  15. Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Gerard Smith KCMG (wikipedia entry)
  16. The Rt Hon. Baron Wenlock GCIE KCMG (wikipedia entry)
  17. Admiral Sir Frederick Bedford KCB (wikipedia entry)
  18. Sir Gerald Strickland KCMG (wikipedia entry)
  19. Major General Sir Harry Barron KCMG CVO (wikipedia entry)
  20. The Rt Hon. Sir William Ellison-Macartney KCMG (wikipedia entry)
  21. Sir Francis Newdegate GCMG (wikipedia entry)
  22. Colonel Sir William Campion KCMG DSO TD (wikipedia entry)
  23. Sir James Mitchell GCMG (wikipedia entry)
  24. General Sir Charles Gairdner GBE KCMG KCVO CB (wikipedia entry)
  25. Major General Sir Douglas Kendrew KCMG CB CBE DSO (wikipedia entry)
  26. Air Commodore Sir Hughie Edwards VC KCMG CB DSO OBE DFC (wikipedia entry)
  27. Air Chief Marshal Sir Wallace Hart Kyle GCB KCVO CBE DSO DFC RAF (wikipedia entry)
  28. Rear-Admiral Sir Richard Trowbridge KCVO (wikipedia entry)
  29. Professor Gordon Reid AC (wikipedia entry)
  30. The Hon. Sir Francis Burt AC KCMG QC (wikipedia entry)
  31. Major-General Michael Jeffery AC CVO MC KStJ (wikipedia entry)
  32. Lieutenant-General John Sanderson AC (wikipedia entry)
  33. Dr Ken Michael AC (wikipedia entry)
  34. Malcolm McCusker AC CVO QC (wikipedia entry)

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