Talk:Old Finland

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the last revert was not highly recommendable. I cannot fathom why Wikipedia must say, incorrectly, that ceded territories were around Kymi River, since they factually were precisely east of Kymi river. Etc. 213.243.157.114 19:48, 1 Jul 2004 (UTC)

some governors and governors-general of Old Finland[edit]

  • baron Johannes Baltasar von Campenhausen, in 1743
  • prince Juri Nikitich Repnin, at least in 1744 (b 1701, d 1744)
  • Afanasi Isakov, 1745-1752, 1754-1766
  • Johannes Kristof von Keyserlingk, 1752-54
  • baron Niklas Henrikki von Engelhardt, 1766-1778, son of Niklas Frederik Englert
  • Eugen von Kaschkin (Evgeni Petrovich), 1778-1780
  • Piotr Alexeievich Stupishin, 1780-1782
  • prince Frederick of Wurttemberg, 1782-1786
  • count James Bruce, 1787-1791
  • Vilhelm Henrikki von Engelhardt, 1782-1785, civil governor, son of Kasperi Engelhardt
  • Aleksanteri Maunu von Peutling, 1785 civil governor
  • Kaarle Johannes von Güntzel, 1785-1793 civil governor
  • prince Fedor Pavlovich Sherbatov, 1793-1797
  • marshal Mikhail Kamenski
  • general Kasimir von Meyendorp, at least in 1802
  • Kaarle Maunu von Rüdiger, 1797-1799 civil governor
  • Piotr Vasilievich Zheltukhin, 1799 civil governor
  • Maunu Orraeus (deputy civil governor 1797-) 1799-1804 civil governor
  • Nikolaus von Emine, Nikolai Fedorovits 1804-1808 civil governor
  • Ivan Jakovlevich Bukharin, 1808-1811 civil governor
  • Johannes Winter, 1811 civil governor
  •  ? count Frederik Vilhelm Buxhoeveden, 1808
  • Kaarle Johannes Stjernvall, at least in 1811

88.195.126.19 (talk) 10:35, 30 March 2012 (UTC)