Leo de Gale
|Leo de Gale|
February 7, 1974 – September 30, 1978
December 28, 1921|
St. Andrew's Parish, Grenada
|Died||March 23, 1986
Leo de Gale was born in St. Andrew's Parish, near Grenville, Grenada. He served as acting governor of Grenada for two weeks before it officially achieved independence in February 1974 and he became governor-general. He retired the year before the 1979 Grenada revolution.
Sir Leo de Gale became the first governor-general during the reign of Prime Minister Sir Eric Mathew Gairy. Sir Leo de Gale reigned from 1974 to 1978. He was then followed by Sir Paul Scoon (1978 to 1992).
- "Biography: Sir Leo De Gale". Gov.gd.
Sir Leo de Gale
(as Governor of Grenada)
|Governor-General of Grenada
Sir Paul Scoon
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