Gabriel Louis Angoulvant - Titles

Titles

Government offices
Preceded by
Alfred Albert Martineau
Governor General of French Somaliland
(Acting)

13 April 1900–6 December 1900
Succeeded by
Adrien Jules Jean Bonhoure
Preceded by
Paul Jean François Cousturier
Governor General of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon
9 June 1905–12 May 1906
Succeeded by
Raphaël Antonetti
(Acting)
Preceded by
Joseph Pascal François
Gouverneur Général de l'Inde française
October 1906–3 December 1907
Succeeded by
Adrien Jules Jean Bonhoure
Preceded by
Albert Anatole Nebout
Governor General of Côte d'Ivoire
(1st Time)

25 April 1908–28 April 1909
Succeeded by
Pierre Brun
(acting for Angoulvant)
Preceded by
Pierre Brun
(acting for Angoulvant)
Governor General of Côte d'Ivoire
(2nd Time)

August 1909–12 May 1911
Succeeded by
Casimir Guyon
(acting for Angoulvant)
Preceded by
Casimir Guyon
(acting for Angoulvant)
Governor General of Côte d'Ivoire
(3rd Time)

9 March 1912–22 May 1913
Succeeded by
Casimir Guyon
(acting for Angoulvant)
Preceded by
Gustave Julien
(acting for Angoulvant)
Governor General of Côte d'Ivoire
(4th Time)

4 September 1914 –16 June 1916
Succeeded by
Maurice-Pierre Lapalud
(acting for Angoulvant)
Preceded by
Maurice-Pierre Lapalud
(acting for Angoulvant)
Governor General of Côte d'Ivoire
(5th Time)

1 December 1916 –27 December 1916
Succeeded by
Maurice-Pierre Lapalud
(acting)
Preceded by
Frédéric Estèbe
(Acting for Martial Henri Merlin)
Afrique Equatoriale Français
15 May 1917–16 May 1920
Succeeded by
Maurice Pierre Lapalud
(Acting)
Preceded by
Joost van Vollenhoven
Governor General of Sénégal
22 January 1918–30 July 1919
Succeeded by
Charles Désiré Auguste Brunet

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