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Governor of Uganda

This page contains a list of Military Administrators, Commissioners and Governors of Uganda.

The office of Governor of Uganda was ultimately replaced by a President of Uganda after a brief transition to a Governor-General.

Military Administrator, 1890–1892

Commissioner, 1893–1910

  • Sir Gerald Herbert Portal (b. 1858 – d. 1897): 1 Apr 1893 – 30 May 1893
  • James Ronald Leslie MacDonald (b. 1862 – d. 1927): 30 May 1893 – 4 Nov 1893 (acting)
  • Sir Henry Edward Colville (b. 1852 – d. 1907): 4 Nov 1893 – 10 May 1894
  • Frederick Jackson: 10 May 1894 – 24 Aug 1894 (acting)
  • Ernest James Berkeley (b. 1857 – d. 1932): 24 Aug 1894 – Dec 1899
  • Sir Harry Hamilton Johnston (b. 1858 – d. 1927): Dec 1899 – Nov 1901
  • Sir James Hayes Sadler (b. 1851 – d. 1910): Nov 1901 – 20 Nov 1907
  • Sir Henry Hesketh Joudou Bell (b. 1864 – d. 1952): 20 Nov 1907 – 31 Jan 1910
  • Sir Harry Edward Spiller Cordeaux (b. 1870 – d. 1943): 1 Feb 1910 – 18 Oct 1910

Governors of Uganda, 1910–1962

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