|Born||12 April 1724
Halnaby Hall, Darlington
|Died||9 June 1805
|Allegiance|| Kingdom of Great Britain
Great Britain and Ireland
|Commands held||HMS Serpent
Admiral Mark Milbanke (12 April 1724 – 9 June 1805) was a British naval officer and colonial governor.
Military career 
In 1789, Milbanke was appointed governor of Newfoundland. In the years when settlement was prohibited on the Island of Newfoundland, Milbanke did his best to enforce this prohibition. He did so by demolishing buildings, and by limiting the number of Irish people immigrating to Newfoundland. He also refused to allow the building of a Roman Catholic chapel at Ferryland.
See also 
|Commodore Governor of Newfoundland
Sir Richard King
Sir Peter Parker
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