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List of Dalarna Governors

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List of Dalarna Governors

This is a list of Governors for Dalarna County in Sweden, from 1692 to present. Dalarna County was known as Kopparberg County until 1997.

  • Nils Gripenhielm (1692–1706)
  • Hans Rålamb (1706)
  • Jacob Bure (1706–1709)
  • Hans Rålamb (1709–1710)
  • Ludvig Fahlström (1710–1710)
  • Jacob Reenstierna (1710–1713)
  • Jonas Cedercrantz (1713–1716)
  • Gustaf Gabriel Appelman (1716–1719)
  • Otto Reinhold Strömfelt (1719–1723)
  • Peter von Danckwardt (1723–1732)
  • Nils Reuterholm (1732–1739)
  • Albrecht Lindcreutz (1739–1742)
  • Carl Gustaf Wennerstedt (1742–1755)
  • Bernhard Reinhold von Hauswolff (1756–1763)
  • Johan Abraham Hamilton (1763–1766)
  • Adolf Mörner (1766)
  • Carl Cederström (1766–1781)
  • Johan Beck-Friis (1781–1790)
  • Johan af Nordin (1790–1812)
  • Hans Järta (1812–1822)
  • Pehr Daniel Lorichs (1822–1853)
  • Erik Polycarpus Cronhielm (1853–1856)
  • Olof af Geijerstam (1857–1863)
  • Johan Gustaf Samuel de Maré (1863–1880)
  • Curry Treffenberg (1880–1892)
  • Claës Wersäll (1893–1901)
  • Carl Fredrik Holmquist (1901–1922)
  • Herman Kvarnzelius (1922–1932)
  • Bernhard Eriksson (1932–1944)
  • Gustaf Andersson (1944–1951)
  • Eije Mossberg (1951–1957)
  • Gösta Elfving (1957–1973)
  • Bengt Olsson (1974–1980)
  • Ingvar Gullnäs (1980–1986)
  • Lilly Hansson (1986–1992)
  • Gunnar Björk (1992–2001)
  • Ingrid Dahlberg (2002–2006)
  • Maria Norrfalk (2007–present)
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