Governor of Cavite

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Governor of Cavite
Incumbent
Jesus Crispin Remulla

since June 30, 2016
Seat Cavite Provincial Capitol
Appointer Elected via popular vote
Term length 3 years
Inaugural holder Dominador Camerino
Formation 1944

The Governor of Cavite is the local chief executive of the Province of Cavite in the Philippines.

List of governors of Cavite[edit]

The former Governor's Palace located inside the old walled City of Cavite.

The following is the list of governors of Cavite from the creation of the politico-military province of Cavite in 1614 during the Spanish colonial era to the present Republic of the Philippines:[1]

Spanish colonial government[edit]

  • Don Señor Leon Mangubat (1874-1899)

Revolutionary Republic (First Philippine Republic)[edit]

  • Mariano Trias (July 15, 1898 to August 10, 1898)
  • Emiliano Riego De Dios (August 10, 1898 to October 7, 1898)
  • Ladislao Diwa (October 7, 1898 to May 13, 1901)[2]

Civil government under colonial rule[edit]

  • Mariano Trías (Appointed June 22, 1901–1905? Resigned)[3][4]
  • Major David C. Shanks (Appointed 1905?–September 30, 1905 Relieved)[4][5]
  • Capt. Louis J. Van Schaick (Appointed October 12, 1905–1907)[5]
  • Leonardo R. Osorio (1908–1909)
  • Tomás Mascardo (1910–1912)
  • Antero S. Soriano (1912–1919)
  • Luis O. Ferrer, Sr. (1919–1921)
  • Raymundo C. Jeciel (1922–1925)
  • Fabian Pugeda (1925–1931)
  • Pedro F. Espiritu (1931–1934)

Philippine Commonwealth[edit]

  • Ramon Q. Samonte (1935–1940)
  • Emilio F. Virata - Acting Governor
  • Luis Y. Ferrer, Jr. [July 8, 1901 – April 7, 1949] (1940–1941)

occupation[edit]

  • Luis Y. Ferrer, Jr. (1941–1944)
  • Mariano N. Castañeda (1944)

Second Philippine Republic[edit]

Philippines Commonwealth (continuation)[edit]

  • Rafael F. Trias (1945)
  • Francisco T. Arca (1945)

Third Philippine Republic[edit]

  • Dominador M. Camerino (1946–1954)
  • Mariano B. Villanueva (1954–Acting Governor)
  • Horacio Rodriguez (1954–Acting Governor)
  • Dominador Mangubat (1955–Appointed Governor)
  • Delfin N. Montano (1956–1971)
  • Lino D. Bocalan (1972)
  • Dominador M. Camerino (1972–Acting Governor)
  • Juanito R. Remulla (Appointed, September 24, 1979)

Fourth & Fifth Philippine Republic[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ (2013). "Provincial Governors". Cavite Provincial Website. Retrieved on 2014-02-09.
  2. ^ Census Office of the Philippine Islands (1920). "Census of the Philippines Islands, 1918. Vol. I.", pg. 127. Bureau of Printing, Manila.
  3. ^ Philippine Commission (1901). "Annual Report of the War Department, June 30, 1901", pg. 745. Government Printing Office, Washington.
  4. ^ a b Philippine Commission (1905). "Annual Reports of the War Department, Vol. X, June 30, 1905", pg. 55. Government Printing Office, Washington.
  5. ^ a b Philippine Commission (1905). "Annual Reports of the War Department, Vol. XIV, June 30, 1905", pg. 296. Government Printing Office.