List of colonial and departmental heads of Guadeloupe

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(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Note: currently, the prefect is not the true departmental head, which is the President of the General Council. The prefect is merely the representative of the national government.

Term Incumbent Notes
French Suzerainty
28 June 1635 French colony
c.1637 to 1640 Charles Liènard de l'Olive (fr), Governor
1640 to c.1643 Jean Soulon sieur de Sabouïlly, Governor
1643 to c.1664 Charles Houël du Petit Pré, Governor
1695 to 1702 Charles Auger (fr), Governor
1702 to 1703 De Mahaut, Governor
1703 to 1706 Joseph d'Honon de Gallifet, Governor
1706 to 1717 Hemon Coinard de la Malmaison, Governor
1717 to 1719 Michel Savinien Lagarigue de Savigny (fr), Governor
1719 to 1728 Alexandre Vaultier, comte de Moyencourt (fr), Governor
1728 to 1734 Robert Giraud du Poyet (fr), Governor
1734 to 1737 Charles de Brunier, marquis de Larnage, Governor
1737 to 1753 Gabriel d'Erchigny de Clieu, Governor
1753 to 1757 Jean Antoine Joseph de Mirabeau (fr), Governor
1757 to 1759 Charles François Emmanuel Nadau du Treil, Governor
British Suzerainty
April 1759 to 1763 British occupation
April 1759 to 1760 Byam Crump, Governor
1760 to 1763 Campbell Dalrymple, Governor
French Suzerainty
1763 to 1764 François-Charles de Bourlamaque, Governor
1764 to 1765 Édouard de Copley, Governor
20 March 1765 to 29 November 1768 Pierre Gédéon de Nolivos, Governor
1768 to 1769 Anne Joseph Hippolyte de Maurès de Malartic, Governor
1769 to 1771 François Claude Amour du Chariol, marquis de Bouillé, Governor
1771 to 1773 Louis François de Dion, Governor
1773 to 1775 Édouard Hilaire Louis de Tilly, Governor
1775 to 1782 Bache-Elzéar-Alexandre d'Arbaud de Jouques, Governor
1782 to 1783 Claude Charles de Marillac, vicomte de Damas, Governor
1783 to 1784 Beaumé de la Saulais, Governor
1784 to 25 July 1792 Charles François de Clugny de Thénissey, Governor
1792 to 1793 René Marie, vicomte d'Arrot, interim Governor
5 January 1793 to 18 March 1793 Jean Baptiste Raymond Lacrosse, provisional Governor
18 March 1793 to 20 April 1794 Victor Collot, Governor
British Suzerainty
20 April 1794 to 3 June 1794 Thomas Dundas, Governor
French Suzerainty
7 June 1794 to 6 January 1795 Victor Hugues, Commissioner
6 January 1795 to January 1796 Victor Hugues, Co-Commissioner
Lebas, Co-Commissioner
6 January 1795 to June 1795 Goyrand, Co-Commissioner
January 1796 to 25 October 1797 Victor Hugues, Agent of the French Executive Directory
Lebas, Agent of the French Executive Directory
25 October 1797 to 19 April 1801 Département'
25 October 1797 to 22 November 1798 Victor Hugues, Agent of the French Executive Directory Co-Agent
Lebas, Agent of the French Executive Directory Co-Agent
22 November 1798 to 3 October 1799 Edme Étienne Borne-Desfourneaux, Agent of the French Executive Directory
3 October 1799 to 11 December 1799 Paris, provisional Agent of the French Executive Directory
11 December 1799 to 30 May 1801 Nicolas Georges Jeannet-Oudin, Agent of the French Executive Directory Co-Agent
11 December 1799 to 30 December 1800 René Gaston Baco de la Chapelle, Agent of the French Executive Directory Co-Agent
11 December 1799 to 28 February 1800 Étienne Maynaud Bizefranc, comte de Laveaux, Agent of the French Executive Directory Co-Agent
28 February 1800 to 30 May 1801 Bresseau Co-Agent
30 May 1801 to 14 May 1802 Jean Baptiste Raymond Lacrosse, Captain-General 1st Term
24 October 1801 to 6 May 1802 Magloire Pélage, President of Provisional Council of Government In rebellion
14 May 1802 to 3 September 1802 Antoine Richepance, Captain-General
4 August 1802 to 8 May 1803 Jean Baptiste Raymond Lacrosse, Captain-General
4 August 1802 to 3 September 1802 Jean Baptiste Raymond Lacrosse, Captain-General 2nd Term
3 September 1802 to 8 May 1803 Jean Baptiste Raymond Lacrosse acting for Richepance, Captain-General
8 May 1803 to 6 February 1810 Jean Augustin Ernouf, Captain-General
British Suzerainty
6 February 1810 to 7 December 1814 British occupation
6 February 1810 to 26 June 1813 Sir Alexander Cochrane, Governor
26 June 1813 to December 1814 John Skinner, Governor
French Suzerainty
7 December 1814 to 12 December 1814
12 December 1814 to 10 August 1815 Charles Durand, comte de Linois, Governor
British Suzerainty
10 August 1815 to 25 July 1816 British occupation
10 August 1815 to 24 April 1816 Sir James Leith, Governor
24 April 1816 to 25 July 1816
French Suzerainty
1816 to 1823 Antoine Philippe de Lardenoy, Governor
1823 to 1826 Louis Léon Jacob, Governor
31 May 1826 to 1830 Jean Julien Angot des Rotours, Governor
31 January 1830 to 8 July 1831 Louis François Vatable, Governor
1831 to 20 June 1837 René Arnous des Saulsays, Governor
1837 to 1841 Jean-Guillaume Jubelin, Governor
1841 to 7 June 1845 Augustin Gourbeyre, Governor
24 August 1845 to 5 June 1848 Jean-François Layrle, Governor
5 June 1848 to 1848 Alexandre Gatine, acting Governor
1848 to 1849 Jean Jacques Louis Fabvre. acting Governor
1849 to 1849 Jean Jacques Louis Fabvre
9 September 1849 to 1851 Jacques Amédée Philippe Fiéron
1851 to 1851 Chaumont, acting Governor
15 September 1851 to 1853 Tranquille Aubry-Bailleul, Governor
30 September 1853 to 1856 Philibert Augustin Bonfils, Governor
1856 to 1857 Guillet, acting Governor
March 1857 to April 1859 Philippe Victor Touchard, Governor
1859 to January 1860 Louis Bontemps, Governor
January 1860 to 1864 Charles Victor Frébault, Governor
1864 to 1864 Desmazes, acting Governor
1864 to 1870 Louis Hippolyte de Lormel, Governor
1870 to 1880 Gabriel Couturier, Governor
1880 to 1881 Mazé, acting Governor
1881 to 1886 Léonce Laugier, Governor
1886 to 1886 Sainte-Luce, acting Governor
1886 to 1891 Antoine Frédéric Henry Le Boucher, Governor
1891 to 1894 Louis Hippolyte Marie Nouet, Governor
1894 to 1895 Noël Pardon, Governor
1895 to 1901 Delphino Moracchini, Governor
1901 to 1903 Martial Merlin, Governor
1903 to 1905 Paul Marie Armand de La Loyère, Governor
1905 to 1907 Léon Jules Pol Boulloche, Governor
1907 to 1909 Victor Marie Louis Ballot, Governor
1909 to 1910 Henri Cor, Governor
1911 to 1913 Jean Jules Émile Peuvergne, Governor
1913 to 1917 Émile Merwart, Governor
1917 to 1920 Maurice Gourbeil, Governor
1920 to 1924 Pierre Louis Alfred Duprat, Governor
1924 to 1924 Jocelyn Robert, Governor
1924 to 1926 Maurice Beurnier, Governor
1926 to 1929 Louis Gerbinis, Governor
1929 to 1931 Théophile Antoine Pascal Tellier, Governor
1931 to 1934 Alphonse Choteau, Governor
1934 to 1936 Louis Bouge, Governor
1936 to 1938 Félix Éboué, Governor
29 November 1938 to 21 February 1940 François Pierre-Alype, Governor
30 April 1940 to 15 July 1943 Constant Sorin, Governor
1944 to 1946 Maurice Pierre Eugène Bertaut, Governor
19 March 1946 French overseas département
30 April 1946 to 12 October 1947 Ernest de Nattes, Governor
26 December 1947 to 24 November 1950 Gilbert Eugène Félicien Marie Philipson, Prefect
16 January 1951 to 18 May 1954 Gaston Villéger, Prefect
18 May 1954 to 18 December 1955 Jacques Ravail, Prefect
22 December 1955 to 22 May 1956 Guy Malines, acting Prefect
22 May 1956 to 6 March 1958 Guy Malines, Prefect
6 March 1958 to 1 October 1960 Jean-Pierre Abeille, Prefect
1 October 1960 to 1 August 1965 Albert Bonhomme, Prefect
1 August 1965 to 12 July 1967 Pierre Bolotte, Prefect
16 August 1967 to 16 December 1969 Jean Deleplanque, Prefect
16 December 1969 to 1 July 1973 Pierre Mathieu Brunon, Prefect
12 July 1973 to 15 November 1975 Jacques Le Cornec, Prefect
15 November 1975 to 15 October 1978 Jean-Claude Aurousseau, Prefect
15 October 1978 to 28 February 1982 Guy Maillard, Prefect
28 February 1982 to 10 May 1982 Robert Miguet, Prefect
10 May 1982 to 13 February 1984 Robert Miguet, Commissioner of the Republic
February 1984 to April 1986 Maurice Saborin, Commissioner of the Republic
9 April 1986 to 4 November 1987 Yves Bonnet, Commissioner of the Republic
4 November 1987 to 24 February 1988 Bernard Sarazin, Commissioner of the Republic
24 February 1988 to November 1989 Bernard Sarazin, Prefect
November 1989 to 18 July 1991 Jean-Paul Proust, Prefect
31 July 1991 to 6 October 1993 Franck Perriez, Prefect
6 October 1993 to 21 November 1994 Alain Frouté, Prefect
21 November 1994 to 16 October 1996 Michel Diefenbacher, Prefect
12 November 1996 to 16 August 1999 Jean Fedini, Prefect
16 August 1999 to 6 August 2002 Jean-François Carenco, Prefect
6 August 2002 to 7 July 2004 Dominique Vian, Prefect
7 July 2004 to 29 October 2009 Paul Girot de Langlade, Prefect
29 October 2009 to 24 August 2011 Jean-Luc Michel Fabre, Prefect
17 July 2011 to 11 September 2011 Philippe Jaumouillé, Acting Prefect
11 September 2011 to 23 January 2013 Amaury de Saint-Quentin, Prefect
23 January 2013 to 21 December 2014 Marcelle Pierrot, Prefect
21 December 2014 to present Jacques Billant, Prefect

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