Ludolph Anne Jan Wilt Sloet van de Beele

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Ludolph Anne Jan Wilt Sloet van de Beele
Ludolph Anne Jan Wilt Baron Sloet van de Beele (1806-90). Gouverneur-generaal (1861-66) Rijksmuseum SK-A-3805.jpeg
Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies
In office
19 October 1861 25 October 1866
Monarch William III
Preceded by Charles Ferdinand Pahud
Succeeded by Pieter Mijer
Personal details
Born(1806-03-28)28 March 1806
Voorst, Batavian Republic
Died10 December 1890(1890-12-10) (aged 84)
Arnhem, Netherlands

Ludolph Anne Jan Wilt, Baron Sloet van de Beele (28 March 1806 – 10 December 1890) was the Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies in 1861–1866. [1]

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References

  1. (in Dutch) Mr. L.A.J.W. baron Sloet van de Beele, Parlement & Politiek. Retrieved on 17 January 2015.
Political offices
Preceded by
Charles Ferdinand Pahud
Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies
1861–1866
Succeeded by
Pieter Mijer