Governor-General of Jamaica

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Governor-General of Jamaica
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Incumbent
Sir Patrick Linton Allen
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since 26 February 2009
Viceroy
StyleHis Excellency The Most Honourable
ResidenceKing's House
(Government House)
AppointerMonarch of Jamaica
Term lengthAt Her Majesty's pleasure
Formation6 August 1962
First holderSir Kenneth Blackburne
Websitewww.kingshouse.gov.jm

The governor-general of Jamaica represents the queen of Jamaica, Elizabeth II.[1]

List of governors-general of Jamaica[change | change source]

Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Monarch
(Reign)
Sir Kenneth Blackburne
(1907–1980)
6 August
1962
30 November
1962
Elizabeth II
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(1962–present)
Sir Clifford Campbell
(1892–1991)
1 December
1962
2 March
1973
Sir Herbert Duffus
(1908–2002) (acting)
2 March
1973
27 June
1973
Sir Florizel Glasspole
(1909–2000)
27 June
1973
31 March
1991
Sir Edward Zacca
(1931–2019) (acting)
31 March
1991
1 August
1991
Sir Howard Cooke
(1915–2014)
1 August
1991
15 February
2006
Sir Kenneth O. Hall
(1941–)
15 February
2006
26 February
2009
Sir Patrick Allen
(1951–)
26 February
2009
Incumbent

References[change | change source]

  1. "Government of Jamaica" Archived 6 June 2007 at the Wayback Machine, Jamaica Information Service

Other websites[change | change source]