|2ºLeaders of the Protestant Associators of Maryland|
|Preceded by||John Coode|
|Succeeded by||Sir Lionel Copley (1st Royal Governor)|
|Relatives||Nathaniel Blakiston, John Blakiston|
Nehemiah Blakiston was Governor of the Maryland colony from 1691-1692. He became Governor as the 2nd Leader of a group known as the Protestant Associators, succeeding John Coode, who has taken control of the colony, following the 1688 Glorious Revolution, in England. Blakiston was succeeded by the first Governor with an official royal appointment, Lionel Copley. He was related to Nathaniel Blakiston.
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