Pierre Jean Henri Didelot

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Pierre Jean Henri Didelot was born on 12 May 1870 in Paris. He was a Governor General in the French Colonial Empire.

Titles held[edit]

Government offices
Preceded by
Raphaël Valentin Marius Antonette
Governor General of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon
28 November 1909–1 July 1911
Succeeded by
Ferdinand Longue
(Acting)
Preceded by
Denys Joseph Goujon
Governor General of French Guiana
(1st Time)

1911–1914
Succeeded by
Ernest Fernand Lévecque
Preceded by
Ernest Fernand Lévecque
Governor General of French Guiana
(2nd Time)

1916
Succeeded by
Georges Lévy
Preceded by
Théophile Antoine Pascal
(Acting)
Governor General of Sénégal
17 September 1921–4 July 1925
Succeeded by
Camille Théodore Raoul Maillet
(Acting)
Preceded by
Louis Martial Innocent Gerbinis
Governor General of Pondichéry
1926–1928
Succeeded by
Robert Paul Marie de Guise