List of colonial and departmental heads of Martinique

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List of Colonial and Departmental Heads of Martinique[edit]

(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Term Incumbent Notes
French Suzerainty
French colony (under the Compagnie des Îles de l'Amérique)
1635 Pierre Belain d'Esnambuc, Governor
1635 to 1636 Jacques Du Pont, Governor
1636 to 1646 Jacques Dyel du Parquet, Governor 1st time
February 1646 to January 1647 Jérôme du Sarrat, sieur de La Pierrière, interim Governor
1647 to 1650 Jacques Dyel du Parquet, Governor 2nd time
Granted to the Dyel du Parquet family
1650 to 1658 Jacques Dyel du Parquet, Governor 2nd time
1658 to 1659 Marie Bonnard du Parquet, Governor
1659 to October 1662 Adrien Dyel du Parquet, sieur de Vaudroques, Governor
1662 to 1663 Médéric Roole, sieur de Gourselas, Governor
1663 to 1664 Adrien Jacques Dyel du Parquet, sieur de Clermont, Governor
Under the Compagnie des Indes Occidentales
1664 to 1665 Adrien Jacques Dyel du Parquet, sieur de Clermont, Governor
February 1665 to December 1667 Robert le Frichot des Friches, sieur de Clodoré, Governor
1667 to 1672 François Roole de Laubière, acting Governor
December 1672 to 1674 Antoine André de Sainte-Marthe de Lalande, chevalier de Sainte-Marthe, Governor
French crown colony
1674 to December 1679 Antoine André de Sainte-Marthe de Lalande, chevalier de Sainte-Marthe, Governor
1680 to 1687 Jacques de Chambly, Governor
1687 to 1689 Charles de Peychpeyrou-Comminges de Guitaut, chevalier de Guitaud, Governor
February 1689 to 31 March 1689 Claude de Roux de Saint-Laurent, chevalier de Saint-Laurent, interim Governor
1689 to June 1711 Nicolas de Gabaret, Governor
1711 to 1716 Jean-Pierre de Charitte, Governor Did not take up post
1716 Abraham de Bellebat, marquis du Quesne, Governor
7 January 1717 to 23 May 1717 Antoine d'Arcy, sieur de La Varenne, Governor
1717(?) to 1720 Florimond Hurault de Montigny, Governor
1720 to 1727 Jacques Charles de Bochard de Noray de Champigny, Governor
1728 to March 1742 Jean François Louis de Brach, Governor
1742 to 1744 André Martin, sieur de Pointesable, Governor
1744 to 12 May 1750 Charles de Tubières de Pastel de Levoy de Grimoire, marquis de Caylus, Governor
1750 to 1752 Maximin, marquis de Bompar, Governor Acting to 1752
1752 to 1757 Alexandre Rouillé de Rocourt, Governor
May 1757 to 7 February 1761 François Beauharnais de Beaumont, marquis de La Ferté Beauharnais, Governor
February 1761 to February 1762 Louis Le Vassor de La Touche sieur de Tréville, Governor
British Occupation
February 1762 to July 1763 William Rufane, Governor
French Suzerainty
July 1763 to April 1764 François Louis de Salignac, marquis de la Mothe Fénelon, Governor
25 January 1765 to 1768 Victor Thérèse Charpentier, comte d'Ennery, Governor
Part of the French Antilles
1768 to 1772 Victor Thérèse Charpentier, comte d'Ennery, Governor
9 March 1772 to 15 March 1776 Vital Auguste, marquis de Grégoire, comte de Nozières, Governor
15 March 1776 to May 1777 Robert d'Argout, Governor
May 1777 to March 1783 François Claude Amour du Chariol, marquis de Bouillé, Governor
Separate colony
March 1783 to March 1791 Claude Charles de Marillac, vicomte de Damas, Governor
July 1789 to April 1790 Charles Joseph Hyacinthe du Houx, marquis de Vioménil, acting Governor Acting for Damas
12 March 1791 to September 1792 Jean Pierre Antoine, comte de Béhague, Governor
January 1793 to 22 May 1794 Donatien Marie Joseph de Vimeur, comte de Rochambeau, Governor
British Occupation
1794 Sir Robert Prescott, Governor
1794 to 1795 Sir John Vaughan, Governor
1795 to 1796 Sir Robert Shore Milnes, Governor
1796 to 1802 Sir William Keppel, Governor
French Suzerainty
September 1802 tp 21 February 1809 Louis Thomas Villaret de Joyeuse, Captain-General
British Occupation
21 February 1809 to 1809 Sir George Beckwith, Captain-General
10 June 1809 to 1812 Sir John Broderick, Captain-General
1812 to 1814 Sir Charles Wales, Captain-General
1814 Sir John Lindsay, Captain-General
French Suzerainty
1814 to 10 September 1817 Pierre René Marie, comte de Vaugiraud, Captain-General
10 September 1817 to 1818 Pierre René Marie, comte de Vaugiraud, Governor
1818 to 1826 François Xavier, comte de Donzelot, Governor
1826 to 1829 François Marie Michel de Bouillé, Governor
1829 to 1830 Louis Henri de Saulces de Freycinet, Governor
1830 to 1834 Jean Henri Joseph Dupôtet, Governor
1834 to 1836 Emmanuel Halgan, Governor
1836 to January 1838 Ange René Armand, baron de Mackau, Governor
January 1838 to July 1838 Claude Rostoland, acting Governor 1st time
1838 to 1840 Alphonse Louis Théodore de Mogès, Governor
1840 to 1844 Étienne Henri Mengin Duval d'Ailly, Governor
1844 to March 1848 Pierre Louis Aimé Mathieu, Governor
March 1848 to 3 June 1848 Claude Rostoland, acting Governor 2nd time
3 June 1848 to November 1848 François Auguste Perrinon, Governor
1848 to 1851 Armand Joseph Bruat, Governor
11 April 1851 to 1853 Auguste-Nicolas Vaillant, Governor
1853 Jacques Brunot, acting Governor
15 June 1853 to September 1856 Louis Henri de Gueydon, Governor
1856 Louis André Lagrange, acting Governor 1st time
August 1856 to 1859 Armand Louis Joseph Denis, comte Fitte de Soucy, Governor
1859 Louis André Lagrange, acting Governor 2nd time
1859 to 1864 Antoine Marie Ferdinand de Maussion de Candé, Governor
1864 to 1867 François Théodore de Lapelin, Governor
1867 André César Vérand, acting Governor
1867 to 1869 Louis Auguste Bertier, Governor
1869 to 1870 Marie Gabriel Couturier, acting Governor
1870 to 1871 Charles Louis Constant Menche de Loisne, Governor
1871 Octave Bernard Gilbert-Pierre, acting Governor
1871 to 1874 Georges Charles Cloué, Governor
1874 François Charles Michaux, acting Governor
1875 to 1877 Thomas Louis Kirkland Le Normant de Kergrist, Governor
1877 to 1879 Marie Bruno Ferdinand Grasset, Governor
1879 Charles Alexandre Lacouture, acting Governor
1879 to 1881 Hyacinthe Laurent Théophile Aube, Governor
1881 Moreau, acting Governor
1881 to 1887 Vincent Gaëtan Allègre, Governor
1887 Coridon, acting Governor
1887 to 1889 Louis Albert Grodet, Governor
1889 to 1892 Germain Casse, Governor
1892 to 1895 Delphino Moracchini, Governor
1895 to 1898 Noël Pardon, Governor
1898 to 1901 Marie Louis Gustave Gabrié, Governor
16 July 1901 to 8 May 1902 Louis Mouttet, Governor
May 1902 to 1902 Georges Lhuerre, acting Governor
1902 to 1904 Jean Baptiste Philémon Lemaire, Governor
1904 to 1906 Louis Alphonse Bonhoure, Governor
10 March 1906 to 1908 Charles Louis Lepreux, Governor
1908 to 1913 Fernand Foureau, Governor
1913 to 1914 Joseph Henri Alfred Vacher, Governor
1914 to 1915 Georges Virgile Poulet, Governor
1915 to 1920 Camille Lucien Xavier Guy, Governor
1920 to 1921 Jules Maurice Gourbeil, Governor
1921 to 1922 Fernand Ernest Levecque, Governor
1922 to 1923 Charles Sergent-Alleaume,[1] interim Governor
1923 to 1926 Henri Marius Richard, Governor
1926 to 1928 Robert Paul Marie de Guise, Governor
14 February 1928 to 15 July 1932 Louis Martial Innocent Gerbinis, Governor 1st time
15 July 1932 to 23 August 1932 Adolphe Félix Sylvestre Éboué, acting Governor 1st time
23 August 1932 to 4 June 1933 Louis Martial Innocent Gerbinis, Governor 2nd time
4 June 1933 to 7 January 1934 Adolphe Félix Sylvestre Éboué, acting Governor 2nd time
7 January 1934 to 1934 Louis Martial Innocent Gerbinis, Governor 3rd time
1934 René Veber, Governor
1934 to 1935 Matteo Mathieu Maurice Alfassa, Governor
1935 to 1936 Louis Jacques Eugène Fousset, Governor
1936 Marie Marc Georges Pelicier, Governor
22 October 1936 to 7 January 1938 Jean-Baptiste Alberti, Governor
1938 Léopold Arthur André Allys, acting Governor
1938 to 1939 Maurice Xavier Joseph Dechartre, Governor
1939 to 1940 Georges Aimé Spitz, Governor
1940 to March 1941 Louis Henri François Denis Bressoles, Governor
March 1941 to July 1943 Yves Maurice Nicol, Governor
14 July 1943 to 31 July 1944 Louis Georges André Ponton, Governor Acting to 17 September 1943
1944 to January 1945 Antoine Marie Angelini, Governor
14 January 1945 to 1946 Georges Hubert Parisot, Governor
French overseas département
1946 to 1947 Georges Louis Joseph Orselli, Governor
18 July 1947 to 27 July 1950 Pierre Albert Trouillé, Prefect
25 August 1950 to 1 November 1954 Christian Robert Roger Laigret, Prefect
1 November 1954 to 16 June 1957 Gaston Claude Villéger, Prefect
1 August 1957 to 1 January 1960 Jacques Alphonse Boissier, Prefect
1 January 1960 to 25 April 1961 Jean Parsi, Prefect
25 April 1961 to 8 November 1963 Michel Grollemund, Prefect
21 November 1963 to 16 September 1966 Raphaël Roman Hubert Petit, Prefect
16 September 1966 to 1 August 1967 Pierre Francis Lambertin, Prefect
7 August 1967 to 20 June 1969 Jean Deliau, Prefect
1 September 1969 to 15 June 1970 Pierre Béziau, Prefect
1 July 1970 to 1 July 1973 Jean Benjamin Terrade, Prefect
1 July 1973 to 15 November 1975 Christian Ernest Orsetti, Prefect
15 November 1975 to 20 May 1978 Paul Noirot-Cosson, Prefect
20 May 1978 to 3 May 1979 Raymond Raoul Émile Heim, Prefect
3 May 1979 to 27 July 1981 Marcel Lucien Paul Julia, Prefect
27 July 1981 to 10 May 1982 Jean Chevance, Prefect
10 May 1982 to 6 March 1985 Jean Chevance, Commissioner of the Republic
6 March 1985 to 4 November 1987 Édouard Lacroix, Commissioner of the Republic
4 November 1987 to 24 February 1988 Jean Jouandet, Commissioner of the Republic
24 February 1988 to 12 April 1989 Jean Jouandet, Prefect
12 April 1989 to 4 September 1991 Jean-Claude Roure, Prefect
4 September 1991 to 6 January 1995 Michel Morin, Prefect
6 January 1995 to 24 August 1998 Jean-François Cordet, Prefect
31 August 1998 to 21 June 2000 Dominique Bellion, Prefect
24 July 2000 to 28 March 2003 Michel Cadot, Prefect
French overseas region
28 March 2003 to 9 February 2004 Michel Cadot, Prefect
9 February 2004 to 20 June 2007 Yves Dassonville, Prefect
20 June 2007 to 2 August 2007 Patrice Latron, interim Prefect
2 August 2007 to Present Ange Mancini, Prefect

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References[edit]

  1. ^ culture.gouv.fr : certificate of the legion of honor (Fr)