Bombay Presidency was an administrative subdivision or province of British India. The administration of this presidency was looked after by several people holding varying positions. One such position was that of a Deputy Governor. Some of the Deputy Governors of Bombay Presidency are given below.
Captain Henry Young
Captain Henry Young was the Deputy Governor of Bombay from 1668 to 13th of November, 1669.
Phillip Gifford served Bombay as the Deputy Governor from 1670 to 1676.
Sir Henry Oxenden, 3rd Baronet
Sir Henry Oxenden, 3rd Baronet served as the Deputy-Governor of Bombay from 30th of June, 1677 to 27th of October, 1681.
Charles Ward served Bombay as the Deputy Governor from 1682 to 1683.
Charles Zinzan is recorded in Indian history as the Acting Governor of Bombay from 19th of November, 1684 to 1685.
John Wyborne is recorded in Indian history as the governor of Bombay from 1686 to 1690.
John Vaux served as the Deputy Governor of Bombay in 1689.
George Cooke served Bombay as the Deputy Governor from 1689 to 1690.
George Weldon, an English merchant was appointed as the Deputy Governor of Bombay in 1690.
Samuel Burniston served Bombay as the Deputy Governor from 1690 to 1704.
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