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Lieutenant Governors - Newfoundland and Labrador

LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS

LIEUTENANTS-GOUVERNEURS

Name / NomAppointment / Nomination
Hon./l'hon. Sir Albert Walsh01-04-1949
Hon./l'hon. Sir Leonard Outerbridge15-09-1949
Hon./l'hon. Campbell L. Macpherson16-12-1957
Hon./l'hon. Fabian O'Dea, Q.C./C.R.01-03-1963
Hon./l'hon. Ewart John Arlington Harnum02-04-1969
Hon./l'hon. Gordon Arnaud Winter02-07-1974
Hon./l'hon. Wm. Anthony Paddon10-07-1981
Hon./l'hon. James Aloysius McGrath, P.C./C.P.18-07-1986
Hon./l'hon. Frederick William Russell, C.M.05-11-1991
Hon./l'hon. Arthur Maxwell House, C.M.05-02-1997
Hon./l'hon. Edward M. Roberts01-11-2002

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