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Governor of Cavite

List of governors of CaviteEdit

 
The former Governor's Palace located inside the old walled City of Cavite.

The following is the list of governors of Cavite from the creation of the politico-military province of Cavite in 1614 during the Spanish colonial era to the present Republic of the Philippines:[1]

Spanish colonial governmentEdit

  • Don Señor Leon Mangubat (1874–1899)

Revolutionary Republic (First Philippine Republic)Edit

  • Mariano Trias (July 15, 1898 to August 10, 1898)
  • Emiliano Riego De Dios (August 10, 1898 to October 7, 1898)
  • Ladislao Diwa (October 7, 1898 to May 13, 1901)[2]

Civil government under colonial ruleEdit

  • Mariano Trías (Appointed June 22, 1901–1905? Resigned)[3][4]
  • Major David C. Shanks (Appointed 1905?–September 30, 1905 Relieved)[4][5]
  • Capt. Louis J. Van Schaick (Appointed October 12, 1905–1907)[5]
  • Leonardo R. Osorio (1908–1909)
  • Tomás Mascardo (1910–1912)
  • Antero S. Soriano (1912–1919)
  • Luis O. Ferrer, Sr. (1919–1921)
  • Raymundo C. Jeciel (1922–1925)
  • Fabian Pugeda (1925–1931)
  • Pedro F. Espiritu (1931–1934)

Philippine CommonwealthEdit

  • Ramon Q. Samonte (1935–1940)
  • Emilio F. Virata - Acting Governor
  • Luis Y. Ferrer, Jr. [July 8, 1901 – April 7, 1949] (1940–1941)

Japanese OccupationEdit

  • Luis Y. Ferrer, Jr. (1941–1944)
  • Mariano N. Castañeda (1944)

Second Philippine RepublicEdit

Philippines Commonwealth (continuation)Edit

  • Rafael F. Trias (1945)
  • Francisco T. Arca (1945)

Third Philippine RepublicEdit

  • Dominador M. Camerino (1946–1954)
  • Mariano B. Villanueva (1954–Acting Governor)
  • Horacio Rodriguez (1954–Acting Governor)
  • Dominador Mangubat (1955–Appointed Governor)
  • Delfin N. Montano (1956–1971)
  • Lino D. Bocalan (1972)
  • Dominador M. Camerino (1972–Acting Governor)
  • Juanito R. Remulla (Appointed, September 24, 1979)

Fourth and Fifth Philippine RepublicEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ (2013). "Provincial Governors". Cavite Provincial Website. Retrieved on 2014-02-09.
  2. ^ Census Office of the Philippine Islands (1920). "Census of the Philippines Islands, 1918. Vol. I.", pg. 127. Bureau of Printing, Manila.
  3. ^ Philippine Commission (1901). "Annual Report of the War Department, June 30, 1901", pg. 745. Government Printing Office, Washington.
  4. ^ a b Philippine Commission (1905). "Annual Reports of the War Department, Vol. X, June 30, 1905", pg. 55. Government Printing Office, Washington.
  5. ^ a b Philippine Commission (1905). "Annual Reports of the War Department, Vol. XIV, June 30, 1905", pg. 296. Government Printing Office.