Robert James Mackintosh

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Robert James Mackintosh (1806-1864), son of Sir James Mackintosh and his second wife, was a British colonial governor. As Governor of Antigua, he was the viceroy in the Leeward Islands colony between 1850 and 1855.

He married Mary "Molly" Appleton, daughter of the American merchant Nathan Appleton and had a son Ronald.

Government offices
Preceded by
Charles Cunningham
Lieutenant Governor of Saint Christopher
1847–1850
Succeeded by
Edward Hay Drummond Hay
Preceded by
James Macaulay Higginson
Governor of Antigua
1850–1855
Succeeded by
Ker Baillie Hamilton