|Acting Governor of Zeylan|
13 May 1765 – 7 August 1765
|Preceded by||Lubbert Jan baron van Eck|
|Succeeded by||Iman Willem Falck|
Anthony Mooyart (6 December 1698, Jaffna – 1 January 1767, Jaffna) was an acting Governor of Ceylon during the Dutch period in Ceylon. He was appointed on 13 May 1765 and was Governor until 7 August 1765. He was succeeded by Iman Willem Falck.
Mooyart was the son of Nicolaas Mooyart, of Galle, and Johanna van Eschweiler, both burghers from Ceylon. Mooyart studied at Leiden University in the Netherlands. He married Elizabeth Ursula Woutersz in 1725 in Jaffna. By 1739 he was an undermerchant and bookkeeper in Colombo, in 1743 a merchant in Batticaloa and by 1754 an administrator in Jaffna.
Lubbert Jan baron van Eck
|Governor of Zeylan
Iman Willem Falck