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Governor of the Isle of Man

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Governor of the Isle of Man

The title of Governor of the Isle of Man existed until 1828. Other titles were also used, especially before 1595.

  • Holan (1219-?), titled Seneschal
  • List incomplete
  • Fogall McHascatt (1260-?), titled Seneschal
  • Godfrey MacManus (1266-?), titled Bailiff
  • Alan of Galloway, titled Bailiff
  • Maurice Okerfair, titled Bailiff
  • Reginald the Chaplain, titled Bailiff
  • Brennus, titled Bailiff
  • Donald, titled Bailiff
  • Walter de Huntercombe (1290-93), titled Custodian
  • List incomplete
  • The following were Governors of the Isle of Man:

  • Sir Thomas Gerrard (1595-1596)
  • Peter Legh (captain; 1596-?)
  • John Ireland
  • John Greenhalgh (1640–51)
  • William Christian (1656-?)
  • James Chaloner (1658-1660)
  • Lord Fairfax (1660)
  • Thomas Cobbe?
  • Isaac Barrow (1664-?)
  • Nicholas Stanley (1696-1701)
  • Charles Zedenno Stanley (1702-1703)
  • Robert Mawdesley (1703-1713)
  • Charles Zedenno Stanley (1713)
  • Alexander Horne (1713-1723)
  • John Lloyd (1723-1725)
  • Thomas Horton (1725-1736)
  • James Murray, 2nd Duke of Atholl (1736-1744)
  • Patrick Lindsay (1744-1751)
  • Basil Cochrane (1751-1761)
  • John Wood (1761-1777)
  • Edward Smith (1777-1793)
  • John Murray, 4th Duke of Atholl (1793-1828)
  • References

    Governor of the Isle of Man Wikipedia


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