Djambi Residency

Summary

Djambi Residency (Dutch: Residentie Djambi) was an administrative territorial entity of the Dutch East Indies and was established in 1906.[1]

Batang Hari River photographed during the 1877-79 Sumatra Expedition
1909 Malay-language Map of Djambi Residency

List of residentsEdit

Source:[2]

Dutch Colonial Era
No. Name Took office Left office
1. O.L. Helfrich 1906 1908
2. A.J.N. Engelenberg 1908 1910
3. Th. A.L. Heyting 1910 1913
4. AL. Kamerling 1913 1915
5. H.E.C. Quast 1915 1918
6. H.L.C Petri 1918 1923
7. C. Poortman 1923 1925
8. G.J. Van Dongen 1925 1927
9. H.E.K Ezerman 1927 1928
10. J.R.F Verschoor Van Niesse 1928 1931
11. W.S. Teinbuch 1931 1933
12. Ph. J. Van der Meulen 1933 1936
13. M.J. Ruyschaver 1936 1940
14. Reuvers 1940 1942
Indonesian Independence Era
No. Name Took office Left office
15. Segaf Yahya 1945 1945
16. R. Inu Kertapati 1945 1950
17. Bachsan 1950 1953
18. Hoesin Puang Limbaro 1953 1954
19. R. Sudono 1954 1955
20. Djamin Datuk Bagindo 1955 1957

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Southeast Asia: A Historical Encyclopedia, from Angkor Wat to East Timor, Volume 1, p. 678, at Google Books
  2. ^ "Profil Sejarah - PEMDA JAMBI". Archived from the original on 2012-04-25. Retrieved 2012-04-02.