Officeholders similar to or like Gabriel Johnston

British colonial official who served as the sixth governor of the Province of North Carolina from 1734 until his death in 1752. Wikipedia

  • British colonial official who served as the Governor of the Province of North Carolina from 1724 to 1725 and 1731 to 1734. Noted for opening the lower Cape Fear region to settlement. Wikipedia

  • British colonial official who served as the second Governor of the Province of North Carolina from 1713 until his death in 1722. Appointed Governor of North Carolina on 28 May 1714. Wikipedia

  • Arthur Dobbs

    British colonial official who served as the seventh governor of North Carolina from 1754 until his death in 1765. Born in Ayrshire, Scotland, where his mother had been sent because of political and religious unrest. Wikipedia

  • Edward Hyde (Governor of North Carolina)

    British colonial official who served as the first governor of North Carolina from 24 January 1712 until his death. Internal revolt known as Cary's Rebellion and an American indian uprising called the Tuscarora War. Wikipedia

  • British colonial official who served as the acting governor of North Carolina from 1753 to 1754. Born in County Antrim, Ireland, but the date of his birth remains unknown. Wikipedia

  • British colonial official who served as the acting governor of North Carolina from 1722 to 1724. Born in 1670 and he probably arrived to North Carolina from England. Wikipedia

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    • Samuel Sr. became surveyor-general of the colony where his brother, Gabriel Johnston, was Royal Governor.Samuel Johnston-Wikipedia
    • Following the death of North Carolina governor Gabriel Johnston, Dobbs was confirmed to succeed him on 25 January 1753.Arthur Dobbs-Wikipedia
    • Governor Gabriel Johnston soon after established his government there for the North Carolina colony.Wilmington, North Carolina-Wikipedia
    • In response to these attacks, Governor Gabriel Johnston in 1744 appointed a committee to select the best location to construct a fort for the defense of the Cape Fear River region.Southport, North Carolina-Wikipedia
    • In response to these attacks, Governor Gabriel Johnston in 1744 appointed a committee to select the best location to construct a fort for the defense of the Cape Fear River region.Fort Johnston (North Carolina)-Wikipedia
    • Eden's step-daughter Penelope married Gabriel Johnston, the sixth Governor of North Carolina.Charles Eden (politician)-Wikipedia

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