Governor-in-Chief of the Windward Islands

This is a list of viceroys in the British Windward Islands. The colony of the Windward Islands was created in 1833 and consisted of Grenada, Barbados (to 1885), Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Tobago (to 1889), St. Lucia (from 1838), and Dominica (from 1940). The Governor of Barbados was also the Governor of the Windward Islands, until Barbados became an independent colony in 1885. After this, a Governor of the Windward Islands was appointed with a seat in Grenada. In 1960 the territory was dissolved with the creation of the Federation of the West Indies.

Governors of the Windward Islands (1885–1960)

For a list of Governors of Barbados and the Windward Islands before 1885, see Governor of Barbados.

References

  • Rulers.org – Barbados
  • Rulers.org – Grenada
  • WorldStatesmen- Grenada

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