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, 1892. The city Mbandaka, was during the Belgian colonial period named Coquilhatville. Coquilhat was born in Liège.

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Preceded by
Henri-Ernest Gondry
Governor of Congo Free State
1891-1892
Succeeded by
Théophile Wahis