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Ionian Islands and Dependencies to 1864


Note: Greek names are listed (some with notes) using a modified Hellenic Organization for Standardization (ELOT) 743 romanization system. Dates for Greek records before 1822 are given according to Old Style (Julian) calendar, and after according to New Style (Gregorian) calendar.


Cephalonia (Kefaloniá)

18 Jan 395                 Part of Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire.
1185                       Part of County Palatine of Cephalonia and Zante
(includes
                             Cephalonia, Zante and Ithaca)(as County of Cephalonia).
1324 - May 1357            Part of Kingdom of Sicily ("Naples").

26 Aug 1479                Part of Ottoman Empire.
1481 - 1483                Occupied by Sicily ("Naples").
1484 - 1485                Venetian occupation.

24 Dec 1500                Venetian possession.
1755 - 1760               
Local civil war between Anninos and Metaxas families.
28 Jun 1797                Occupied by France.
 7 Nov 1797                Organized as département of Ithaque (Ithaca)(included Cephalonia, 
                             Santa Maura, and the mainland ports of Preveza and Vonitsa).
 
9 Nov 1798                Russo-Ottoman occupation.
 
2 Apr 1800                Part of the Septinsular Republic
 5 Oct 1809                British occupy Cephalonia.
 5 Nov 1815                Part of United States of the Ionian Islands.
 2 Jun 1864                Part of Greece
(8 Dec 1864 - 2011 as nomós [prefecture] of
                            
Kefallinía;
from 2011, part of Iónioi Nísoi region [periféreia]).

Superintendents (Provveditori di Cefalonia)
1700 - 1702                Marcantonio Contarini
1702 - 1704                Angelo Falier
1704 - 1706                Domenico Pizzamano
1706 - 1708                Angelo Malipiero
1708 - 1710                Fantino Dandolo
1710 - 1712                Benetto Minotto
1712 - 1714                Luigi Marcello
1714 - 1717                Paolo Minotto
1717                       Gianvincenzo Donato
1717 - 1719                Gianfrancesco Giustiniani
1719 - 1721                Lodivico Diedo
1721 - 1723                Daniele Balbi
1723 - 1725                Antonio Boldú
1725 - 1727                Pietro Pasqualigo
1727 - 1729                Gabriele Boldú
1729 - 1731                Benetto Civrano
1731 - 1733                Gaetano Dolfin
1733 - 1735                Girolamo Bolini
1735 - 1738                Jacopo Pasqualigo
1738 - 1740                Nicolò Boldú
1740 - 1742                Nicolò Pizzamano
1742 - 1744                Pietro Antelmi
1744 - 1746                Giambattista Baseggio
1746 - 1748                Pietro Morosini
1748 - 1750                Andrea Minotto
1750 - 1752                Pasquale Cicogna
1752 - 1755                Nicolò Cornaro
1755 - 1757                Agostino Soranzo
1757 - 1759                Alberto Magno
1759 - 1761                Pietro Contarini  (1st time)
1761 - 1763                Girolamo Marcello
1763 - 1765                Angelo Longo
1765 - 1767                Vido Marcello
1767 - 1769                Giovanni Pizzamano
1769 - 1772                Giampaolo Trevisano
1772 - 1774                Pietro Contarini  (2nd time)
1774 - 1776                Giovanni Bernardo
1776 - 1778                Antonio Pasta
1778 - 1780                Marcantonio-Francesco Semitecolo
1780 - 1782                Andrea Dolfin
1782 - 1785                Angelo Venier
1785 - 1787                Domenico Muazzo
1787 - 1789                Angelo Orio
1798 - 1791                Angelo-Maria Giorgio
1791 - 1793                Bartolommeo Cicogna
1793 - 1795                Carlantonio Marin
1795 - Jul 1797            Jacopo Marin
Commissioner of the Directory for département Ithaque
1797 -  9 Nov 1798         Pierre Pomponne Amédée Pocholle      (b. 1764 - d. 1831)
Rectors
(Greek: Prýtanis, Italian: Pritano)
1801 – af.1802             N. Annínos
180. – 1807                ....
Governors
 2 Oct 1809 - Apr 1810     Hudson Lowe                          (b. 1769 - d. 1844)
1810 - 1814                Charles Philippe de Bosset           (b. 1773 - d. 1845)
Prefects

1818 - 1832                Pantazís Karýdis
1832                      
Dimítrios Gerasímou kómis            (b. 1783 - d. 1844)
                             Dalladétsimas
                             (Demetrio, conte Dalla Decima)
1833                       Marínos Végias (Marino Veja)         (b. 1770 - d. 18..)

1834                       Andréas Fokás Kosmetátos
1834 - 1839                Nikólaos P. Dellapórtas
1839                       Gerásimos kómis Loúzis
1840 - 1842                Kamillos
kómis Dalladétsimas
1843 - 1844                Ángelos A. Momferátos (acting)
1845 - 1849                Spyrídon Fokás Linardátos
1850 - 1856                Dimítrios Nikoláou kómis Karoúsos    (b. 1799 - d. 1873)
                             (Sir Demetrio, conte Caruso)

1857 - 1863                Konstantínos M. Inglésis 

British Residents

1814 - 1816                ....
1816 - Jun 1817            Tidy
Aug 1817 - 1822            Robert Travers                       (b. 1770 - d. 1834)
12 Mar 1822 - 1830         Charles James Napier                 (b. 1782 - d. 1853) 
1830 - c.1832              Charles Edward Conyers               (b. 1770 – d. 1855)
af.1832                    Henry Dundas Maclean                 (b. 1800 - d. 1863)
1833 - c.1834              George Hildeyard Tennyson D'Eyncourt (b. 1809 - d. 1871)
c.1839 - c.1841            W. Sutherland

1842 - Jan 1849            Charles Sebright Everton             (b. 1807 - d. 1874)
1849 - 1852                Julian Frederick Anthony Symonds     (b. 1813 - d. 1852)
1852 - 1855                ....
Feb 1855 - Jun 1855        
Berkley Wodehouse                    (b. 1806 - d. 1877)      
Sep 1855 - 1860            Wellington Patrick Manvers Chetwynd
 (b. 1817 - d. 1898)
                             Talbot
 1 Aug 1860 -  1 Jun 1864  Cecil Newton Lane                    (b. 1833 - d. 1897)


Corfu (Kérkyra)

18 Jan 395                 Part of Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire.
1081 - 1083
               Corfu occupied by Kingdom of Sicily ("Naples").
1084 - 1085                Occupied by Kingdom of Sicily ("Naples").
1147 - 1149                Occupied by
Kingdom of Sicily ("Naples").
1185 - 1194               
Occupied by Kingdom of Sicily ("Naples") under Margaritone.
1194 - 1204                Byzantine rule restored.
1204 - 1206                Occupied by Genoese under Leone Vetrano.

1206 - 1215                Under Venetian rule.
1215 - 1258                Part of the Despotate of Epirus.
1258 - 1265                Part of Kingdom of Sicily ("Naples") rule.
1265 - 1267
                Occupied by Despotate of Epirus (fort surrenders Apr 1272).
1267
- 1272                Part of Kingdom of Sicily ("Naples") rule.
21 Feb 1272                Part of Kingdom of Albania, Sicilian domains are formally
                             separated from Epirus under the rule of Sicily ("Naples").

 
9 Oct 1304 - 1373  
      Part of Kingdom of Albania.   
1373 - 1401
               Part of Kingdom of Sicily ("Naples").
28 May 1386 -
1401         Occupied by Venice.
24 Aug 1401                Corfu is formally sold to Venice by Sicily ("Naples").
1401 - 1797                Venetian possession.
28 Jun 1797                Occupied by France.
 7 Nov 1797                Created as département Corcyre (Corfu)(included Corfu, Paxos,
                             Antipaxos Islands and the mainland ports of Butrinto and Parga).
26 Oct 1798                Russo-Ottoman forces occupy Butrinto.  
 5 Nov 1798 -  2 Mar 1798  Under siege by Russo-Ottoman forces.
 3 Mar 1799                End of French rule.
 3 Mar 1799 -  2 Apr 1800  Occupied by Russo-Ottoman forces.
 2 Apr 1800                Part of Septinsular Republic (s.a.).
20 Jul 1807                Ceded to France by Russia (s.a.).
13 Sep 1807                Annexed by France.
26 Jun 1814                British occupy Corfu.
 
5 Nov 1815                Part of United States of the Ionian Islands.
 
2 Jun 1864                Part of Greece (8 Dec 1864 - 2011 as nomós [prefecture] of
                            
Kérkyra [including
Paxoí];
from 2011, part of Iónioi Nísoi
                             region
[periféreia]).

11 Jan 1916 - Nov 1918     Occupied by France; base of Serbia's government-in-exile.
31 Aug 1923 - 27 Sep 1923  Occupied by Italy, "Corfu Incident".

Bailiffs (Baili di Corfù)
1699 - 1701                Antonio Foscarini
1701 - 1703                Bernardino Semitecolo
1703 - 1706                Marcantonio Trevisano
1706 - 1707                Giovanni Foscarini
1707 - 1709                Benetto Bollani
1709 - 1711                Pietro Loredano
1711 - 1713                Pietro Donato
1713 - 1716                Iseppo Barbaro
1716 - 1720                Nicolò Foscari
1720 - 1722                Zaccaria Bembo
1722 - 1724                Francesco Badoer
1724 - 1726                Francesco Semitecolo
1726 - 1728                Giovannadrea Pasqualigo
1728 - 1730                Alberto Donato
1730 - 1732                Marino Minio
1732 - 1733                Pietro Balbi
1733 - 1734                Giulio Balbi
1734 - 1736                Daniele-Lodovico Balbi
1736 - 1741                Girolamo Bonlini
1741 - 1743                Nicolò Venier
1743 - 1745                Gianfrancesco Sagredo
1745 - 1747                Lucio-Antono Balbi
1747 - 1749                Franceso Soranzo
1749 - 1751                Marco Marin
1751 - 1753                Vincenzo Longo
1753 - 1755                Giambattista Lippomano
1755 - 1758                Franceso-Antonio Barbo
1758 - 1760                Alessandro Simitecolo
1760 - 1762                Francesco Diedo
1762 - 1764                Gianluigi-Maria Donato
1764 - 1766                Giorgio Loredano
1766 - 1768                Nicolò Soranzo
1768 - 1770                Alessandro Bollani
1770 - 1772                Francesco Soranzo
1772 - 1775                Angelo Maria Giorgio
1775 - 1777                Alessandro Morosini
1777 - 1779                Luigi-Antonio Condulmer
1779 - 1781                Andrea Bono
1781 - 1782                Giorgio Marin
1782 - 1784                Carlo Giorgio
1784 - 1786                Barbarigo Riva
1786 - 1788                Paolo-Antonio Condulmer
1788 - 1790                Giorgio Barozzi
1790 - 1792                Jacopo Soranzo
1792 - 1794                Carlo Balbi
1794 - 1796                Gionvan-Carlo-Maria Giorgio
1796 - Jul 1797            Domenico Zeno
Commissioners of the Directory for département Corcyre
1797 - May 1798            Louis Chicoilet de Corbigny          (b. 1771 - d. 1811)
May 1798 -  3 Mar 1799     Jean Andrè Jean Elisabeth Briche     (b. 1766 - d. 1816)
Civil and Military Commandant of Corfu

1797 -  
3 Mar 1799         Nicolas Michielacato Loverdo         (b. 1773 - d. 1837)
Rectors (Greek: Prýtanis, Italian: Pritano)
1801 - 1807                ....
Oct 1801 - Mar 1802        Károlos Manésis (president of deputacy)
                             (opposed or replaced the rector)
c.1804                    
Ioánnis Miniátis
Prefects
1818 - 1864                ....
Jan 1818 - 18..            Antonio Tommaso Lefcochilo
                             (Antónios Levkóloilou)
c.1838                     Dusmani Lefcochilo
                             (Doúsmanis Levkóloilou)
c.1848                     Nicolò (Nikólaos) Callonà
c.1851 - c.1853            Demetrio
(Dimítrios) Curcumelli
Italian Military Commander

31 Aug 1923 - 27 Sep 1923  Emilio Solari                        (b. 1864 - d. 1954)
Italian Governor
31 Aug 1923 - 27 Sep 1923 
Diego Simonetti                      (b. 1865 - d. 1926)  Mil

British Residents
26 Jun 1814 -  5 Nov 1815  ....
 5 Nov 1815 -  1 Jun 1864  the Lord High Commissioners
                           of the Ionian Islands


Cerigo (Kythíra)

1205                       Conquered by Marco Venieri.
1275 - 1308                Byzantine rule restored.
1308                       Venieri dynasty restored.
1363                       Venetian possession. 
28 Jun 1797                Occupied by France.
11
Oct 1798                Russo-Ottoman occupation.
 
2 Apr 1800                Part of the Septinsular Republic
12 Oct 1809                British occupy Cerigo
.
 5 Nov 1815                Part of United States of the Ionian Islands.
 2 Jun 1864                Part of Greece (
1864-1867 part of Zákynthos prefecture; 1868-1929
                             part
of prefecture of Argolídos kaí Korinthías [1899-1909
                             Argolída]; 1929-1947
Attica prefecture; 1947-1994 Peiraiós;
                             1994-2011 Athinón-Peiraiós; from 2011, part of Attikí region).

Superintendents and Castellans (Provveditori e castellani di Cerigo)
1698 - 1700                Marcantonio Trevisano
1700 - 1702                Marco da Riva
1702 - 1704                Teodoro Trevisano
1704 - 1708                Nicolò Bondú
1708 - 1710                Marco Venier
1710 - 1712                Domenico Quirini
1712 - 1714                Angelo Foscarini
1714 - 1716                Sebastiano Marcello
1716 - 1719                Giovanni Quirini
1719 - 1721                Marcantonio Bono
1721 - 1724                Girolamo Bolini
1724 - 1726                Paolo Donato
1726 - 1729                Marino Donato
1729 - 1731                Nicolò Venier 
1731 - 1733                Jacopo Bragadino
1733 - 1735                Antonio Marin
1735 - 1737                Scipione Boldu
1737 - 1739                Giuseppe Barbaro
1739 - 1741                Pietro Falier
1741 - 1744                Marcantonio Trevisano
1744 - 1746                Matteo Soranzo
1746 - 1748                Francesco-Antonio Paruta
1748 - 1751                Pietro-Maria da Mosto
1751 - 1753                Gianfrancesco Gritti
1753 - 1755                Giorgi Loredano
1755 - 1757                Pietro Donato
1757 - 1759                Cesare da Riva
1759 - 1761                Lodovico Morosini
1761 - 1763                Alessandro Bollani
1763 - 1766                Giovan-Paolo Pasta
1766 - 1768                Pietro Semitecolo
1768 - 1770                Leonardo Bono
1770 - 1772                Lorenzo Soranzo
1772 - 1774                Vincenzo Diedo
1774 - 1776                Marco Cicogna
1776 - 1778                Antonio Dandolo (1st time)
1778 - 1781                Pietro Marcello
1781 - 1783                Vincenzo Bembo
1783 - 1786                Davidde Trevisano
1786 - 1788                Antonio Pasqualigo
1788 - 1790                Giovannandrea Catti
1790 - 1792                Antonio Dandolo (2nd time)
1792 - 1794                Francesco Di Mosto
1794 - 1796                Vincenzo Cornaro
1796 - Jul 1797            Jacopo Soranzo
Rectors (Greek: Prýtanis, Italian: Pritano)
1801 - 1807                ....
c.1802                     E. Metaxás
Prefects

1818 - 1864                ....
Jan 1818 - 18..            Valério Stái
Oct 1820 - 18..            Kámilos Dalladétsimas
c.185.                     Emmanouíl Kontoléontos (Kondoleondos)
c.1848                     Dimítrios Lazarídis (Lazaretis)

British Residents
1809 - 1815                ....
c.1814                     Taylor
1815 - May 1817            Philip Newton
c.1821 - 1823              Henry Heathcote                      (b. 1777 - d. 1851)
1823 - 1831                John MacPhail 
1831 - 1833                John Longley                         (b. 1786 - d. 1838)
1833 - 183.                James Colthurst                      (d. 1848)
183. - bf.Jul 1839         George Hildeyard Tennyson            (b. 1809 - d. 1871)
                             d'Eyncourt
c.1853/56                  Hector Harvest
Jul 1860 - 1861            Edward Douglas Harvest               (b. 1824 - d. 1901)
Jan 1862 -  1 Jun 1864    
Henry Ernest Gascoyne Bulwer         (b. 1836 - d. 1914)


Cerigotto (Ántikythíra)

1204 - 1205                Venetian occupation (Cerigotto or Cecerigo).
1275                       Byzantine rule restored.
1293                       Viaro dynasty restored.
1363                       Under Venetian suzerainty.
1655                       Viaro dynasty succeeded by joint Giustiniani and 
                             Foscarini family rule.
28 Jun 1797 - 1798         Occupied by France.
Oct 1798                   Russo-Ottoman occupation.
 
2 Apr 1800                Part of the Septinsular Republic (as part of Kythíra).
1809                       British occupation.
 5 Nov 1815                Part of United States of the Ionian Islands
(as part of Kythíra).
 2 Jun 1864                Part of Greece (as part of Kythíra).

Rulers (style Moite)
- Giustiniani -
1664 - 1704                Girolamo 
1704 - 1756                Sebastiano I 
1756 - 1785                Sebastiano II 
1785 - Jul 1797            Sebastiano Giulio 
- Foscarini -
1669 - 1714                Luigi I 
1714 - 1745                Pietro 
1745 - 1757                Luigi II 
1757 - Jul 1797            Nicolò 


Santa Maura (Levkáda)

1185                       Part of Seigneury of the Ionian Islands.
1332 - 1362                Occupied by Kingdom of Sicily ("Naples").
1362                       Duchy of Santa Maura (Leucadia).
1386                       Venetian possession.
17 Aug 1479                Part of the Ottoman Empire (as Ayamavra).
20 Aug 1502 - 1503         Occupied by Venice.
 
6 Aug 1684                Venetian possession.
Jul 1715 - Nov 1716        Ottoman occupation.
 
6 Jul 1797 - 15 Nov 1798  Occupied by France.
27
Nov 1798 - 1800         Occupied by Russo-Ottoman forces.
 
2 Apr 1800                Part of the Septinsular Republic.
22 Mar 1810                British invasion begins.
16 Apr 1810                British occupy Santa Maura (Leucadia).

 
5 Nov 1815                Part of United States of the Ionian Islands.
 
2 Jun 1864                Part of Greece (8 Dec 1864 - 2011 as nomós [prefecture] of
                            
Lefkáda [including Itháki];
from 2011, part of Iónioi Nísoi
                             region [
periféreia]).

Superintendents (Provveditori di Santa Maura)
15 Aug 1723 - 10 Aug 1725  Pietro Balbi
18 Aug 1725 - 17 Aug 1727  Francesco Renier
 9 Mar 1728 - 17 Sep 1729  Zan Silvestro Zane
26 Oct 1729 - 18 Oct 1731  Pietro Antonio Bembo
22 Oct 1731 -  9 Nov 1733  Marin Nadal
10 Nov 1733 -  9 Nov 1735  Giovanni Battista Querini
18 Nov 1735 - 31 Oct 1737  Marin da Riva
18 Nov 1737 - 15 Nov 1739  Pietro Antonio Bembo
26 Apr 1740 -  9 Dec 1741  Lorenzo Marcello
20 Jan 1742 - 18 Feb 1744  Zuanne Tron
20 Dec 1743 -  4 Nov 1745  Francesco Badoer
 9 Nov 1745 -  9 Nov 1747  Nicolò Venier
16 Nov 1747 - 22 Nov 1749  Marc Antonio Barbaro
20 Nov 1749 - 16 Nov 1751  Zuanne Corner
16 Nov 1751 - 16 Nov 1753  Zan Gerolamo Salamon
19 Dec 1753 - 16 Dec 1755  Rocco Cornaro (Corner)
22 Dec 1755 - 12 Apr 1758  Giulio Bembo
 5 May 1758 - 16 May 1760  Pietro Orio
22 May 1760 - 16 Jun 1762  Jacopo (Giacomo) Contarini
15 Jun 1762 - 24 Jul 1764  Antonio Vettore Dolfin
 7 Aug 1764 - 18 Jul 1766  Francesco Soranzo
25 Jul 1766 - 20 Aug 1768  Daniele Lodovico Balbi
24 Aug 1768 - 30 Sep 1770  Antonio da Riva
27 Aug 1770 -  1 Nov 1772  Nicolò Balbi
 5 Nov 1772 -  2 Nov 1774  Gianfrancesco Sagredo
20 Nov 1774 - 10 Nov 1776  Giovan Girolamo Salamon III
24 Oct 1776 -  1 Dec 1778  Bernardo di Mezzo
10 Dec 1778 -  1 Dec 1780  Lorenzo Pizzamano I
 2 Jan 1781 - 31 Jan 1783  Lorenzo Pizzamano II
 6 Jan 1783 - 11 May 1785  Fortunato Antonio Maria Balbi
15 May 1785 -  6 Jun 1787  Angelo Barbaro
 7 Jun 1787 - 13 Jul 1789  Alvise Antonio Zorzi
19 Jul 1789 - 14 Aug 1791  Francesco Morosini
18 Aug 1791 - 12 Sep 1793  Zuanne (Giovanni) Pasqualigo
16 Sep 1793 - 13 Jun 1795  Francesco Bonlini
19 Jul 1795 - 10 Jul 1797  Giustiniano Antonio Zorzi 
Rectors (Greek: Prýtanis, Italian: Pritano)
1801 - 1807                ....
c.1806                     Stylianós Vlassópoulos
Governor

1810 - 1812                Hudson Lowe                      (b. 1769 - d. 1844)
Prefects
1818 - 1864                ....
Jan 1818 – 18..            Nicolò (Nikólaos) Cavadà
 8 May 1820 - 18..         Daniele
Coidan (Daniíl Coidan)
c.1848                     Michaíl Sikelianós
c.185.                     Evángelos Tsárlados

British Residents
181. - 1816                McComb
1816 - Mar 1819            Sir Patrick Ross                 (b. 1778 - d. 1850)
1819 - 1820                Sir Frederick Stovin             (b. 1783 - d. 1865)
1820 – 1828                Octavius Temple                  (b. 1784 – d. 1834)
c.1828 - c.1832           
John Keightley                   (b. 1778 - d. 1852)
c.1833 - c.1834            John MacPhail
183. – 1836                Thomas Leech Lennox Galloway     (b. 1794 - d. 1842)
c.1839                     W. Sutherland
c.1844?                    George Ferguson Bowen (?)        (b. 1821 - d. 1899)
18.. - 18..                Henry Dundas Maclean             (b. 1800 - d. 1863)
c.1848 - 1849              George Hutchinson                (b. 1793 - d. 1852)
Jan 1849 - 1864            
Charles Sebright Everton         (b. 1807 - d. 1874)


Zante (Zákynthos)

1185                       Part of County Palatine of Cephalonia (and Zante).
1194 - 1205                Byzantine rule restored.
1324 - 1328                Occupied by Epirus.
1328                       Seigneury of Zante
1328 - May 1357            Part of Kingdom of Sicily ("Naples").
1357                       Part of Cephalonia.
1386 - 1479                Under Venetian suzerainty.
 8 Sep 1479 - 1502         Part of Ottoman Empire.
1502                       Venetian possession.
1481 - 1483                Occupied by Sicily ("Naples").
1485 - 1699                Zante tributary to Ottoman Empire.
28 Jun 1797                Occupied by France
.
 7 Nov 1797                Organized as département de al Mer Égée (Aegean Sea)(incl. Zante,
                             Cerigo, Cerigotto, and Strophades [Strofádes] Islands).
23 Oct 1798                Russo-Ottoman occupation.
Feb 1801 - Sep 1801        Zante declares loyalty to the U.K.
 2 Oct 1809                British occupy Zante.
 5 Nov 1815                Part of United States of the Ionian Islands.
 2 Jun 1864                Part of Greece (8 Dec 1864 - 2011 as nomós [prefecture] of
                             Zákynthos
[including Kýthira and Ántikythíra until 1868];
                             from 2011, part of Iónioi Nísoi region
[periféreia]).

Superintendents (Provveditori di Zante)
1698 - 1701                Nicolò Foscolo
1701 - 1703                Constantino Michieli
1703 - 1704                Giambattista Lippomano
1704 - 1706                Nicolò Bono
1706 - 1708                Andrea Bono
1708 - 1710                Marino da Pesaro
1710 - 1712                Pietro Bragadino
1712 - 1714                Vettore Capello
1714 - 1716                Girolamo Donato
1716 - 1718                Lucio Da Riva
1718 - 1720                Pietro Zambelli
1720 - 1722                Antonio Bembo
1722 - 1724                Barbarigo Balbi
1724 - 1726                Andrea Marcello
1726 - 1729                Marcantonio Dolfin
1729 - 1731                Almoro-Cesare Tiepolo
1731 - 1733                Filippo Boldú
1733 - 1734                Girolamo Minotto
1734 - 1737                Giovanni Pasqualigo
1737 - 1740                Pietro Donato
1740 - 1742                Pietro Quirini
1742 - 1744                Giorgio Bembo
1744 - 1746                Enrico Dandolo
1746 - 1748                Nicolò Bembo
1748 - 1750                Gianfrancesco Da Molin
1750 - 1752                Bertuccio Falier
1752 - 1755                Francesco-Maria Grimani
1755 - 1757                Nicolò Balbi
1757 - 1759                Luigi Zeno
1759 - 1761                Andrea Marin
1761 - 1763                Francesco Manolesso
1763 - 1766                Giovani Doro
1766 - 1768                Girolamo Donato
1768 - 1770                Claudio Gherardini
1770 - 1772                Marcantonio Trevesano
1772 - 1774                Francesco Pasqualigo
1774 - 1777                Nicolò Minio
1777 - 1779                Girolamo Bader
1779 - 1781                Iseppo Diedo
1781 - 1783                Marco Giorgio
1783 - 1785                Giovanni Pasqualigo
1785 - 1787                Ferigo Morosini
1787 - 1789                Gianfrancesco Manolesso
1789 - 1792                Paolo Paruta
1792 - 1794                Luigi Duodo
1794 - 1796                Glovan-Marco Balbi
1796 - Jul 1797            Francesco Bragadino
Commissioner of the Directory for département de la Mer Égée
1797 - 23 Oct 1798         Chriseuil Omer François de Rulhière (b. 1764 - d. 1802)
British military officer

Feb 1801 - Sep 1801        James Callander                     (b. 1745 - d. 1831)

                             (from 1810, George Callander Campbell)
Rectors
(Greek: Prýtanis, Italian: Pritano)
1801 - 180.                ....
180. - 1807                Marínos Végias (Marino Veja)        (b. 1770 - d. 18..)
Prefects
 

18 Feb 1818 -  8 Feb 1823  Fragk
ískos Karólou Moútsas          (b. 1769 - d. 1851)
10 Feb 1823 - 19 Mar 1823  D. Arvanitákis (interim)
 1 Apr 1823 - 28 Nov 1827  Dionysíous Georgíou Voúltsos
28 Nov 1827 - 15 Jun 1833  Kámilos Rómas
17 Jun 1833 - 13 Jun 1834 
Geórgios Alexándrou nte Rósis
                             (
Giorgio de Rossis) (1st time)
16 Jun 1834 - 15 Aug 1835  Commission
                           - T. Sigoúrous  
                           - A. Typáldos
                           - A. Koutoúvalis
                           - D. Merkatis
15 Aug 1835 -  9 Feb 1839  G
eórgios Alexándrou nte Rósis
                             (2nd time)
20 Apr 1839 - 1839         Pávlos Komoútos (interim)
11 May 1839 - Feb 1844     G
eórgios Kaísaros Logothétis
31 Mar 1845 - 19 Mar 1850  Dimítrios N
ikoláou Solomoús
20 Mar 1850 - 29 Jan 1852  Nikólaos Kourados Anastasíou
       (b. 1798 - d. 1885)
                             Loúntzis                 
23 Mar 1852 -  5 Sep 1857  Fragkískos Michaíl Merkatís
 6 Sep 1857 - 11 Dec 1861  G
eórgios Messálas
18 Dec 1861 -  8 Aug 1862  Nikólaos Marínou Piniatóros         (b. 1809 - d. 1883)
                             (interim)
11 Aug 1862 - 28 May 1864  Spyrídon Karvélas                   (b. 1803 - d. 1878)

British Residents
1809 - 1815                ....
1815                       Lorenzo Moore                       (b. c.1765 - d. 1837)
Aug/Sep
1815 - 1816?       John Dalrymple                      (b. 1780 - d. 1835)
1816 - 1817?               Francesco, conte Rivarola (1st time)(b. 1779 - d. 1853)
c.Jul 1817                 John Jordan
18.. - 1821                Sir Patrick Ross                    (b. 1778 - d. 1850)
Jun 1821 - Oct 1821        Frederick Hankey (acting)           (b. 1774 - d. 1855)
1824 - 182.                Sir Frederick Stovin                (b. 1783 - d. 1865)
c.1829                     Charles FitzRoy                     (b. 1791 - d. 1865)
c.1832 - 1835?             John Keightley                      (b. 1778 - d. 1852)
1835 - 1838                James Frederick Love                (b. 1789 - d. 1866)
18.. - 18..                Henry Dundas Maclean                (b. 1800 - d. 1863)
1841 - 184.                Francesco, conte Rivarola (2nd time)(s.a.)
1841? - 20 Apr 1848       
John Whitehill Parsons              (b. 1786? - d. 1848)
1848 - 1855                ....
Jun 1855 -  1 Jun 1864     Berkley Wodehouse                   (b. 1806 - d. 1877)      


Ithaca (Itháki)

1360                       Venetian rule.
1479 - 1500                Ottoman occupation (Theaki).
Dec 1500 - 1797            Venetian rule (as Val di Compare
[Teachi]).
28 Jun 1797                Occupied by France.
25 Oct 1798                Russo-Ottoman occupation.
 
2 Apr 1800                Part of the Septinsular Republic
 5 Oct 1809                British occupy Ithaca.

 5 Nov 1815                Part of United States of the Ionian Islands.
 
2 Jun 1864                Part of Greece (as part of Levkáda).


Rectors
(Greek: Prýtanis, Italian: Pritano)
1801 - 1807                ....
Prefects

1818 - 1864                ....
Jan 1818 - 18..            Nikólaos Vrettós (
Nicolò Vreto)
c.185.                     Andr
éas Drakoúlis
c.1848                     Efstáchios Drakoúlis

British Residents
1809 - 1816                ....
25 Apr 1816 – 1818         Temple
c.1824                     Henry Heathcote                      (b. 1777 - d. 1851)
18.. - 18..                Henry Dundas Maclean                 (b. 1800 - d. 1863)
c.1848                     Williams
1852 - 1855
               Berkley Wodehouse                    (b. 1806 - d. 1877)      
c.1862                    
Sir Giorgio Candiano, conte Roma     (b. 1796 - d. 1867)
                             (=
kómis Geórgios Kandiános Rómas)


Paxos (Paxoí)

1360                       Venetian rule.
28 Jun 1797                Occupied by France
.
Oct 1798                   Russo-Ottoman occupation.
 
2 Apr 1800                Part of the Septinsular Republic
13 Feb 1814                British occupy the Paxos Islands.

 5 Nov 1815                Part of United States of the Ionian Islands.
 1 Jun 1864                Part of Greece (as part of Kérkyra).

Rectors (Greek: Prýtanis, Italian: Pritano)
1801 - 1807                ....

Prefects

1818 - 1864                ....
Jan 1818 - 18..            Stéfano Fanarióti (Phanarióti)
c.185.                     Andréas Sp. Makrís
c.1848                     Nikólaos Makrís

British Residents
1814 - 1817                Percy Simpson                        (b. 1789 - d. 1877)
18.. - 1821                Gilbert Elliott 
1821 - 1836                ....
1836 - 183.                Mathew Richmond                      (b. 1801 - d. 1887)
c.1848                     Robert Blakeney                      (b. 1789 - d. 1858)
 3 Nov 1858 - 31 Jul 1860  Cecil Newton Lane                    (b. 1833 - d. 1897)
Oct 1860 - Jan 1862       
Henry Ernest Gascoyne Bulwer         (b. 1836 - d. 1914)
1862 - 1864                ...


Venetian (from 1797, Ionian) Dependencies


Aegina (Aígina)

1451                       Venetian rule (Egina).
1540                       Part of Ottoman Empire (part of Elayet of Djeza'ir-i Bahr-i
                             Sefid ["White" (Agean) Sea Islands]
).
1654 - 1654                Venetian occupation under Francesco Morosini.
Sep 1687 -  7 Jul 1715     Venetian rule (part of the Kingdom of the Morea).
 
7 Jul 1715                Restored to Ottoman Empire (part of Elayet of Djeza'ir-i Bahr-i
                             Sefid
).
Apr 1821 - 27 Jan 1822     Part of the Greek independence rebellion.
27 Jan 1822                Part of independent Greece (1828-1833 part of Western Sporades
                             [Dytikón Sporádon] department; 1833-1929 prefecture of Argolídos
                             kaí Korinthías [1899-1909 Argolída]; 1929-1947
Attikí prefecture;
                             1947-1994 Peiraiós; 1994-2011 Athinón-Peiraiós; from 2011,
                             part of Attikí region
[periféreia]).

Rectors (Rettori d'Egina)
1451 - 1540                ....

Superintendents
(Provveditori d'Egina)
1687 - 1693                ....
1693 - ....                Domenico Malipiero
.... - 1715                ....


Butrinto (Bouthrotó): see Albania

Corone (Koróni)

1204 - 1206                Occupied by Frankish Crusaders.
1206 - Aug 1500            Venetian rule (confirmed 1209).
Aug 1500                   Part of Ottoman Empire.
19 Sep 1532 -  1 Apr 1534  Occupied by Genoa under Andrea Doria.
11 Aug 1685                Venetian occupation
(part of the Kingdom of the Morea).
Dec 1714                   Restored to Ottoman Empire (part of Eyalet of Morea).
18 Oct 1828                Part of Greece (part of 1828-1833 Áno Messinía department
                             1833-2011 Messinía prefecture; from 2011, part of
                             Pelopónnisos
region [periféreia]).

Superintendents (Provveditori di Corone)
1685 - 1693                ....
20 May 1693 - 1695         Giovan Michele Pizzamano
 4 Oct 1695 - 1698         Giovanni Priuli
23 Feb 1698 - 1700         Benetto Bollani
15 Apr 1700 - 1702         Giovanni Semitecolo
12 Apr 1702 - 1704         Antonio Foscarini
25 Feb 1704 - 1706         Lucca Priuli
21 Feb 1706 - 1708         Pietro Bembo
 1 Jul 1708 -  6 Aug 1709  Domenico Marco Semitecolo            (d. 1709)
23 Sep 1709 - 1711         Domenico Semitecolo
1711 - 1713                Giovan Silvestro Zane
 6 Aug 1713 - Dec 1714     Agostino Balbi


Modon (Methóni)

1125                       Brief Venetian occupation.
1204 - 1206                Occupied by Frankish Crusaders.
1206 - 9 Aug 1500          Venetian rule (Modon [Modone])(confirmed 1209).
 
9 Aug 1500                Part of Ottoman Empire.
10
Jul 1686                Venetian reconquest (part of the Kingdom of the Morea).
Jul 1715                   Restored to Ottoman Empire (part of Eyalet of Morea).
 
8 Oct 1828                Part of Greece (part of 1828-1833 Áno Messinía department
                             1833-2011 Messinía prefecture; from 2011, part of
                             Pelopónnisos
region [periféreia]).

Superintendents (Provveditori di Modone
 5 Sep 1686 - 1689         Filippo Marin
13 Jan 1689 - 1693         Alessandro Priuli
14 Sep 1693 - 1695         Giovanni Morosini
 2 Oct 1695 - 1697         Francesco Grioni
 3 Nov 1697 - 1699         Iseppo Pasqualigo
 8 Nov 1699 - 1700         Giovannandrea Loredano
27 Dec 1700 - 1702         Pietro Bembo
17 Sep 1702 - 1704         Santo Balbi
17 Aug 1704 - 1709         Foscarino Fascarini
17 Nov 1709 - 1711         Marco Zane
21 Dec 1711 - 1713         Daniele Balbi
 3 Dec 1713 - 1715         Giampietro Donato


Parga (Párga)

[Parga (Greece) flag to
              1819 (reconstruction by Jaume Olle)]
            16th cent - 27 Apr 1819

Map of Parga
Population: 3,040 (1819 est.)

1204                       Part of the Despotate of Epirus.
21 Mar 1401                By treaty with Venice the port of Parga (Parigi),
opposite Corfu,
                             becomes self-governing city under Venetian protection (as
                             a dependencey of Corfu).
1452 - 1454                Ottoman occupation.
1537 - 1540                Ottoman occupation, city destroyed by Hayreddin Barbarossa.
c.1561                     City reconstructed.
21 Jul 1718                Formally ceded by Ottoman Empire to Venice in Treaty of
                             Passarowitz (ratified 12 Aug 1718).
28 Jun 1797 -  5 Nov 1798  Occupied by France.
17 Oct 1797                Ceded to France by the Treaty of Campio Formio.
 
5 Nov 1798 - 1800         Russian occupation.
 2 Apr 1800                Ceded to Ottoman Empire by Russia; But Parga, Preveza and Vonitsa
                             granted autonomy as "Albania", under Russian protection.
Nov 1806 - Aug 1807        Russian occupation.
Aug 1807 - 22 Mar 1814     French occupation.
22 Mar 1814 - 27 Apr 1819  British occupation of Parga.
17 May 1817                U.K. agrees to ceded Parga to the Ottoman Empire.
27 Apr 1819                Ottoman Empire takes possession of Parga (citizens evacuate
                             to Corfu), part of
the Eyalet of Yanyna (see Epirus).
22 Mar 1913                Incorporated into Greece
(part of 1912 - 2011 Préveza prefecture;
                             from 2011, part of Epirus region
[Ípiros periféreia]).


Magistrates
1401 - 1819                ....

Venetian Governors and Captains

21 Mar 1401 - 1797         ....
c.1657                     Luigi Beneviti
c.1658                     Spiro Petretino
c.1707                     Marco, conte Teotochi (Theotókis)
c.1777                     Benedetto Pieri
bf.1784                    Antonio Gonemi
c.1796                     Giorgio Gonemi

Commanders

1797 - Dec 1798            ....
Dec 1798 - 1800            ....
Governor of Albania

1800 - 1806                Abdullah Bey
Russian Commander
Nov 1806 – Aug 1807        Emmanuil Grigoryevich Popandopulo    (b. 17.. – d. 1810)
                             (de facto to Jun 1807)
Russian Consul in Albania
(also protector of autonomous status)
May 1804 - Aug 1807        Ivan Vlasopulo (Ioánnis Vlasópoulos) (d. af.1814)
                            (in Preveza
to Nov 1806; captured by Ali Pasha of
                            
Janina Nov 1806-Feb 1807, from Feb 1807 in Parga)
Commandants

1807 - 18..                ....
18.. - 22 Mar 1814         Garzi Nico
(Nicole)
Commandants and Chief of the Government
22 Mar 1814 - 1815         Sir Charles Gordon                   (b. 1756 - d. 1835)
May 1815 - Mar 1817        John Brutton                     
Mar 1817 - 18 Jul 1817     Charles Philippe de Bosset           (b. 1773 - d. 1845)
18 Jul 1817 - Apr 1818     Patrick Stuart                       (b. 1777 - d. 1855)
Apr 1818 - Oct 1818        James Maitland                       (b. 1759 - d. 1839)
Oct 1818 - 10 May 1819     Richard Gubbins                      (b. 1781 - d. 1836)


Patras (Pátra)

1266                       Catalan occupation.
1408 – 1413                Leased to Venice by Latin Archbishop of Patras.
1417 – 1419
               Leased to Venice by Latin Archbishop of Patras.
 
1 Jun 1429                Byzantine rule restored.
May? 1460                  Part of Ottoman Empire.
 
2 Oct 1532 - Nov 1532     Occupied by Genoa under Andrea Doria.
24 Jul 1687                Venetian rule (as Patrasso)
(part of the Kingdom of the Morea).
1715                       Restored to Ottoman Empire (part of Eyalet of Morea).
 5 Oct 1828                Part of Greece (part of 1828-1833 Achaḯa department; 1833-2011
                             Achaïa kai Ílido prefecture; from 2011,
Pelopónnisos region
                            
[periféreia]).

Superintendents (Provveditori di Patras)
c.1687                     Girolamo Priuli
1688 - 1690                Teodoro Correr                      (b. 1659 - d. 1738)
c.1692                     Francesco Faliero
1693 - 1715                the
Provveditori of Achaia


Preveza (Préveza)

1499 - 1530                Venetian occupation.
1530                       Part of the Ottoman Empire.
29 Sep 1684 - 1701         Town and fortress of Preveza (Prevesa) (on mainland Greece guarding
                             Gulf of Arta in coastal Epirus) occupied by Venice
                             (subordinated to Albania Veneta).
1701                       Ottomans re-occupy Preveza.
22 Oct 1717                Preveza re-occupied by Venice.
21 Jul 1718                Formally ceded by Ottoman Empire to Venice by the Treaty
                             of Passarowitz (ratified 12 Aug 1718). 
28 Jun 1797 - 12 Oct 1798  Occupied by France.
17 Oct 1797                Ceded to France by the Treaty of Campio Formio.
12 Oct 1798 -  2 Apr 1800  Ottoman occupation under Ali Pasha of Janina.
 2 Apr 1800                Ceded to Ottoman Empire by Russia, with autonomy (see under Parga).
Nov 1806                   Ali Pasha of Janina ends the autonomy of Preveza; part of Yanyna
                             (see Epirus)
.
21 Oct 1912                Part of Greece
(part of 1915-2011 Préveza prefecture; from
                             2011, part of Epirus region
[Ípiros periféreia]).

Superintendents (Provveditori di Prevesa)
27 Jul 1721 - 1723         Giovannantonio Trevisano
11 Apr 1723 - 1725         Agostino Balbi
29 Apr 1725 - 1727         Giovannantonio Bembo
18 May 1727 - 1729         Francesco Donato
15 Mar 1729 - 1731         Giovan Pietro Venier
 6 Mar 1731 - 1733         Giorgio Bembo
10 May 1733 - 1735         Rocco Cornaro
30 May 1735 - 1737         Fiorino Duodo
17 Jan 1737 - 1738         Giovanni Trono
17 Sep 1738 - 1741         Pelegrino Basegio
18 Dec 1741 - 1742         Antonio Marin
 2 Dec 1742 - 1745         Bartolommeo Trevisano
10 Jan 1745 - 1747         Emmanuele Michele Venier
19 Feb 1747 - 1749         Pietro Vitturi
12 May 1749 - 1751         Pietro Pasqualigo
13 Apr 1751 -  3 Dec 1752  Girolamo Bonlini                     (d. 1752)
13 May 1753 - 1755         Daniele Gaetano Da Riva
20 Apr 1755 - 1757         Alessandro Donato
15 May 1757 - 1759         Francesco Soranzo
1759 - 1761                Marco Da Riva
 4 Oct 1761 - 1763         Giorgio Cornaro
1763 - 1766                Giovannandrea Catti
12 Jan 1766 - 1768         Lodovico Morosini
1768 - 1770                Giovannantonio Giorgio
 1 Apr 1770 - 1772         Silvestro Dandolo
1772 - 1774                Camillo Bernardino Gritti
13 Dec 1774 - 1776         Antonio Vettore Dolfin
1776 - 1779                Jacopo Soranzo
18 Apr 1779 - 1781         Giovannantonio Cornaro
1781 - 1783                Jacopo Contarini
28 Dec 1783 - 1785         Angelo Marino Participazio Badoer
1785 - 1787                Giovannandrea Catti
22 Sep 1787 - 1789         Andrea Giorgio
1789 - 1791                Alessandro Iseppo Semitecolo
 4 Dec 1791 - 1793         Nicolò Venier
1793 - 1796                Marino Minio
28 Feb 1796 - 1797         Jacopo Lorenzo Soranzo
French commander
Sep 1797 - 13 Oct 1798     Jean Jacques Bernardin Colaud de     (b. 1759 - d. 1834)
                             La Salcette


Vonitsa (Vónitsa)

1204                       Vonitsa (port on coast southern coast of Gulf of Arta),
                             part of Despotate of Epirus.
1294 - 1304                Part of the Kingdom of Kingdom of Sicily ("Naples").
1304 - 1306                Occupied by the Despotate of Epirus
1306 - 1314                Re-occupied by Kingdom of Kingdom of Sicily ("Naples").
1314 - 1323                Under Byzantine rule.
1323 - 1331                Retaken by the Despotate of Epirus.
1331 - 1362                Restored to Kingdom of Kingdom of Sicily ("Naples").
1362                       Part of County of
Cephalonia.
1377 - c.1380              Leased to the Knights of St. John Hospitaller of Jerusalem.
1448 - Aug 1479            Venetian rule.
Aug 1479                   Part of Ottoman Empire.
Sep 1684                   Vonitsa (port on coast of Greek mainland) occupied by Venice
                             (subordinated to Albania Veneta).
1715 -  2 Nov 1717         Ottoman occupation.
 2 Nov 1717                Re-occupied by Venice.
21 Jul 1718                Vonitsa, formally ceded by Ottoman Empire to Venice by the 
                             Treaty of Passarowitz (ratified 12 Aug 1718).
28 Jun 1797                Occupied by France.
17 Oct 1797                Ceded to France by the Treaty of Campio Formio.
Oct 1798 - 1800            Ottoman occupation under Ali Pasha of Janina (Yanya).
 2 Apr 1800                Ceded to Ottoman Empire by Russia, with autonomy (see under Parga).
Nov 1806                   Ali Pasha of Janina ends the autonomy of Vonitsa; part of Yanyna
                             (see Epirus).

15 Dec 1828                Part of Greece (part of 1833-2011 Aitolía-Akarnanía prefecture;
                             from 2011, part of Dytikí Elláda region [
periféreia]).

Superintendents (Provveditori di Vonizza)
1684 - 1719                ....
21 Mar 1719 - 1721         Giulio Balbi 
28 Dec 1721 - 1724         Pietrantonio Bembo 
 2 Apr 1724 - 1726         Giovannantonio Trevisano
10 Mar 1726 - 1728         Giorgio Giorgio
15 Feb 1728 - 1730         Marino Barbaro
10 Apr 1730 - 1732         Daniele Balbi
23 Apr 1732 - 1734         Francesco Donato
16 May 1734 - 1736         Pietro Falier
 1 May 1736 - 1738         Agostino Balbi
29 Jun 1738 - 1740         Girolamo Bernardo Barbaro
24 Jul 1740 - 1744         Marco Marin
27 Sep 1744 - 1746         Rocco Cornaro
20 Dec 1746 - 1748         Pietrantonio Bembo
22 Dec 1748 - 1750         Andrea Cornaro
1750 - 1753                Giovannantonio Maria Cornaro
21 Jan 1753 - 1755         Gricio Antonio Balbi
24 Feb 1755 - 1757         Girolamo Semitecolo
27 Feb 1757 - 1759         Nicolò Bono
 1 Apr 1759 - 1761         Giorgio Lorelano
15 Jan 1761 - 1763         Alessandro Donato
20 Mar 1763 - 1765         Silvestro Dandolo
10 Mar 1765 - 1767         Tommaso Soderini
 8 Jun 1767 - 1769         Alessandro Morosini
23 Jun 1769 - 1771         Giorgio Lorelano
25 Aug 1771 - 1773         Giovannandrea Catti
21 Sep 1773 - 1776         Paolantonio Condulmer
 7 Jan 1776 - 1778         Girolamo Antonio Dandolo
 1 Feb 1778 - 1780         Antonio Da Riva                      (d. 1780)
21 May 1780 - 1781         Giovan Girolamo Salamono             (d. 1781)
13 Jan 1782 - 1784         Francesco Bonlini
25 Jan 1784 - 1786         Lorenzo Pizzamano
19 Feb 1786 - 1788         Lorenzo Bonlini
13 Apr 1788 - 1790         Luigi Bonlini
20 May 1790 - 1792         Casparo Moro
 3 Jun 1792 - 1794         Luigi Antonio Giorgio
28 Sep 1794 - 1796         Giovan Paolo Balbi
 6 Dec 1796 - 1797         Giovannantonio Maria Balbi






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