Camille-Aimé Coquilhat

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Camille-Aimé Coquilhat
Grave of the Coquilhat family in the Schoonselhof cemetery in Antwerp (Belgium)

Camille-Aimé Coquilhat (1853–1891) was a Belgian soldier, civil servant and governor-general of Congo Free State until his death on March 24, 1891. The city Mbandaka, was during the Belgian colonial period named Coquilhatville. Coquilhat was born in Liège.


Preceded by
Henri-Ernest Gondry
Governor of Congo Free State
Succeeded by
Théophile Wahis