Jules Malou
Jules Edouard Xavier Malou (19 October 1810 - July 1886) was a Belgian statesman, a leader of the clerical party.
Malou was born at Ypres. He was a civil servant in the department of justice when ...
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Henri de Brouckère
Jonkheer Henri Ghislain Joseph Marie Hyacinthe de Brouckère (25 January 1801 – 25 January 1891) was a Belgian nobleman and liberal politician. Born in Bruges, he was a magistrate, and a professor at t...
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Ferdinand de Baillet-Latour
Count Ferdinand Charles Louis Antoine de Baillet–Latour (21 January 1850 – 18 September 1925) was a Belgian politician. He was governor of the province of Antwerp from 14 March 1908 until ...
Andries Kinsbergen
Andries Kinsbergen (born 25 September 1926) is a Belgian lawyer and liberal politician. He was governor of the Belgian province Antwerp from 1 January 1967 until 1 October 1993.
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Richard Declerck
Richard August François Declerck (31 December 1899 – 12 March 1986) was a Belgian lawyer and politician. He was governor of the province of Antwerp from 7 January 1946 until 31 December 1966.
Louis de Brouchoven de Bergeyck
Count Louis Charles Joseph Marie de Brouchoven de Bergeyck (14 May 1871 – 20 December 1938) was a Belgian politician. He was governor of the province of Antwerp from 15 November 1907 until 14 Ma...
Edouard Pycke
Baron Jean Joseph Edouard (Edouard) Pycke d'Ideghem (11 December 1807 – 27 April 1892) was a Belgian liberal politician. He was governor the province of Antwerp from 5 April 1862 until 23 March ...
Fredegand Cogels
Baron Fredegandus (Fredegand) Patricius Josephus Maria Cogels (14 April 1850 – 17 February 1932) was a Belgian politician and a member of the Meeting party. He was governor of the province of An...
Cathy Berx
Cathy Berx (born Berchem, 8 January 1969) is a Belgian Christian Democrat politician, jurist and governor of the province of Antwerp. Cathy Berx is married to Johan Meeusen, vice-rector and professor ...
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Charles du Bois de Vroylande
Jonkheer Charles Louis du Bois de Vroylande (21 January 1835 – 30 December 1888) was a Belgian lawyer and politician. He was governor of the province of Antwerp from 24 March 1887 until 30 Dece...
Gaston van de Werve et de Schilde
Baron Gaston van de Werve et de Schilde (22 March 1867 – 18 August 1923) was a Belgian Roman Catholic politician. He was governor of the province of Antwerp from 16 December 1912 until his death...
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Camille Paulus
Camille Paulus (born 24 April 1943) is a Belgian lawyer and liberal politician. He was governor of the Belgian province of Antwerp from 1 October 1993 until 30 April 2008.
He graduated with a doc...
Charles Rogier
Charles Latour Rogier (17 August 1800 – 27 May 1885) was a Belgian liberal statesman and a leader in the Belgian Revolution of 1830. He became Prime Minister of Belgium on two separate occasions...
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Jean-François Tielemans
Jean–François Tielemans (15 November 1799 – 5 July 1887) was a Belgian lawyer and liberal politician. He was interim governor of the province of Antwerp from 7 April 1831 until 14 June 183...
François de Robiano
Count François Xavier Jean-Marie de Robiano (23 December 1778 – 6 July 1836) was a Belgian politician. He was the first governor of the province of Antwerp after the independence of Belgium in 1...
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Jan Teichmann
Jean (Jan) Théodore Frédéric Teichmann (3 August 1788 – 4 June 1867) was a Belgian engineer and politician. He was governor ad interim of the province of Antwerp from 11 October 1833 until 3 Aug...
Georges Holvoet
Baron Georges Josephus Lamoraldus Maria Gislemus Holvoet (16 August 1874 – 23 April 1967 was a Belgian lawyer and Roman Catholic politician. He was governor of the province of Antwerp from 8 Nov...
Edouard Osy de Zegwaart
Baron Eduardus (Edouard) Josephus Franciscus de Paulo Osy de Zegwaart (24 March 1832 – 5 December 1900) was a Belgian politician. He was governor of the province of Antwerp from 26 January 1889 ...