List of governors of Oran

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This is a list of the Spanish and Ottoman governors or walis of Oran.

Tenure Incumbent Notes
Spanish Suzerainty
1509–1509 Pedro Navarro, conde de Oliveto, Governor  
1509–1510 Rui Días Álvares de Rojas, Governor  
1510–1512 Diego Fernández de Córdoba, Governor 1st Term
1512–1516 Martín de Argote, Governor  
1516–1518 Diego Fernández de Córdoba y Arellano, marqués de Comares, Governor 2nd Term, died in office
1518–1520 Luis Fernández de Córdoba, marqués de Comares, Governor 1st Term, son of his predecessor
1520–1523 Luis de Cárdenas, Governor  
1523–1531 Luis Fernández de Córdoba, marqués de Comares, Governor 2nd Term
1531–1534 Pedro de Godoy, Governor  
1534–1558 Martín Alonso Fernández de Córdoba Montemayor y Velasco, conde de Alcaudete, Governor  
1558–1564 Alonso de Córdoba y Fernández de Velasco, conde de Alcaudete, Governor  
1564–1565 Andrés Ponce de León, Governor  
1565–1567 Hernán Tello de Guzmán, Governor  
1567–1571 Pedro Luis Galcerán de Borja y Castrópinos, marqués de Navarrés, Governor  
1571–1573 Felipe Galcerán de Borja, Governor  
1573–1574 Diego Fernández de Córdoba, conde de Comares, Governor 1st Term
1574–1575 Luis de Bocanegra, Governor  
1575–1585 Martín de Córdoba y Velasco, marqués de Cortes, Governor  
1585–1589 Pedro de Padilla, Governor  
1589–1594 Diego Fernández de Córdoba, conde de Comares, Governor 2nd Term
1594–1596 Gabriel Niño de Zúñiga, Governor  
1596–1604 Francisco de Córdoba y Velasco, conde de Alcaudete, Governor  
1604–1607 Juan Ramírez de Guzmán, conde de Teba, Governor  
1607–1608 Diego de Toledo y Guzmán, Governor  
1608–1616 Felipe Ramírez de Arellano, conde de Aguilar de Inestrillas, Governor  
1616–1625 Jorge de Cárdenas Manrique, duque de Maqueda, Governor  
1625–1628 Antonio Sancho Davila y Toledo, marqués de Velada, Governor  
1628–1632 Francisco González de Andía y Irarrazábal y Zárate, visconde de Santa Clara de Avedillo, Governor  
1632–1639 Antonio de Zúñiga y de la Cueva, marqués de Flores Dávila, Governor 1st Term
1639–1643 Álvaro de Bazán Manrique de Lara y Benavides, marqués del Viso, Governor  
1643–1647 Rodrigo Pimentel Ponce de León, marqués de Viana, Governor  
1647–1652 Antonio de Zúñiga y de la Cueva, marqués de Flores Dávila, Governor 2nd Term
1652–1660 Antonio Gómez Dávila Toledo y Osorio, marqués de San Román, Governor  
1660–1666 Gaspar Felipe de Guzmán, duque de San Lucar, Governor  
1666–1672 Fernando Joaquín Fajardo de Requeséns y Zúñiga, marqués de los Vélez, Governor  
1672–1675 Diego de Portugal, Governor  
1675–1678 Iñigo de Toledo y Osorio, Governor  
1678–1681 Pedro Andrés Ramírez de Guzmán y Acuña, marqués de Algava, Governor  
1681–1682 Gaspar Portocarrero, conde de la Monclova, Governor  
1682–1683 Pedro Félix José de Silva y Meneses, conde de Cifuentes, Governor  
1683–1685 Juan de Villalpando, marqués de Osera, Governor  
1685–1687 Antonio Paniagua de Loaysa y Zúñiga, marqués de Santa Cruz de Paniangua, Governor  
1687–1687 Diego de Bracamonte, conde de Bracamonte, Governor  
1687–1691 Félix Nieto da Silva, conde de Guaro, Governor  
1691–1692 Jean-Louis d'Orléans, comte de Charny, Governor  
1692–1697 Andrés Copola, duque de Cansano, Governor  
1697–1701 Gonzalo Arias Dávila Pacheco oloma y Borja, marqués de Casasola, Governor  
1701–1704 Juan Francisco Manrique de Araña, Governor  
1704–1707 Carlo Carafa, Governor  
1707–1708 Melchor Avellaneda y Sandoval Rojas y Ramiro, marqués de Valdecañas, Governor  
Ottoman Suzerainty
1708 Annexed by Algiers, part of the Ottoman Empire
1708–1732 Shabah Bey, Wali  
Spanish Suzerainty
1732–1732 Álvaro de Navia Osorio y Vigil, marqués de Santa Cruz de Marcenado, Governor  
1733–1733 Antonio Arias del Castillo, marqués de Villadarias, Governor  
1733–1738 José Vallejo, Governor  
1738–1742 José Basilio de Aramburu, Governor  
1742–1748 Alexandre de la Mothe, Governor  
1748–1752 Pedro de Algaín, marqués de al Real Corona, Governor  
1752–1758 Juan Antonio de Escoiquiz, Governor  
1758–1765 Juan Martín Zermeño, Governor 1st Term
1765–1768 Cristóbal de Córdoba, Governor  
1767–1770 Victorio Alcondolo Bolognino Visconti, conde de Bolognino, Governor  
1770–1774 Eugenio Fernández de Álvarado y Perales Hurtado y Colomo, Governor  
1774–1778 Pedro Martín Zermeño, Governor 2nd Term
1778–1779 Luís de Carajal, Governor  
1779–1785 Pedro Guelif, Governor  
1785–1789 Luís de la Casas y Aragon, Governor  
1789–1790 Manuel Pineda de la Torre y Solís, marqués de Campo Santo, Governor  
1790–1791 Joaquín Mayone y Ferrari, conde de Cumbre Hermosa, Governor  
1791–1792 Juan de Courten, Governor  
Ottoman Suzerainty
1792 Re-incorporated into the Ottoman Empire
1792–1798/1799 Mehmed Bey al-Kabir, Wali  
1798/1799–1802 Osman Bey, Wali  
1802–1805 Mustafa Bey al-Manzalah, Wali 1st Term
1805?–1807 Mehmed Bey Makkalas, Wali  
1807–1807 Mustafa Bey al-Manzalah, Wali 2nd Term
1807–1812 Mehmed al-Reqid, Wali  
1812–1817 Ali Kora Bargli, Wali  
1827–1831 Hassan Bey, Wali  
1831 Conquered by France and incorporated into Algeria

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