Edward Hay Drummond Hay
Sir Edward Hay Drummond-Hay (1815–1884) was a British naval officer, diplomat and colonial administrator.
He was born in England, son of Edward Drummond Hay, who was a nephew of the ninth Earl of Kinnoul, and educated at Charterhouse and was a Colonel of the 5th West India Regiment from 6 November 1854 to 15 August 1863.
From 1839 to 1850 he was the President of the British Virgin Islands
From 1850 to 1855 he was the Governor of Saint Kitts
While he was governor of Saint Helena he devoted much of his attention to public works amongst which were the settlement Rupert's valley and the main drainage works of Jamestown. In 1857 the church of St. John was started, and in 1861 the church of St. Matthew at Hut's Gate was built.
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John Cornell Chads
Robert James Mackintosh
| Lieutenant Governor of Saint Christopher
Hercules George Robert Robinson
Colonel Sir Thomas Gore Browne
| Governor of Saint Helena
Admiral Sir Charles Elliot
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