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This profile was last updated on 9/19/14  and contains information from public web pages.

Sir Thomas Dongan

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Colonial Governor

Local Address: Connecticut, United States
New York
 
Background

Employment History

  • Governor
    New York
  • Colonial Governor
    Province of New York
  • Lieutenant and Governor
    Province of New York
  • Admiral
    Province of New York
  • Governor
    New York Colonial
  • Governor
    Irish-born
  • Royal Governor
    Irish-born
  • Governor

Board Memberships and Affiliations

165 Total References
Web References
The journey begins with Sir Thomas ...
www.christiannewswire.com, 19 Sept 2014 [cached]
The journey begins with Sir Thomas Dongan, the fifth Colonial Governor of New York, and the historical Catholic legacy continues with Saint Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton and Venerable Pierre Toussaint.
New York Governor Thomas ...
www.indyeastend.com, 19 Feb 2014 [cached]
New York Governor Thomas Dongan issued the royal patent in 1686 giving the trustees a permanent easement over many of the town's beaches and waterways. The tenets eventually written into state law have been upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Orange County Government Web site
orangecountygov.entrexp.com, 6 Nov 2008 [cached]
This ceremony marked the actual date that Governor Thomas Dongan, at the behest of the Duke of York (later King James), established the County of Orange within the province of New York.
Orange County was one of New York's original Counties created by Governor Thomas Dongan, under the authority of the Duke of York, the colony's proprietor, in 1683.
"Castleton" refers to Cassiltowne in ...
www.safarirealtyonline.com, 4 Feb 2014 [cached]
"Castleton" refers to Cassiltowne in Ireland, the birthplace of Thomas Dongan; who was the colonial governor of the Province of New York after it was obtained by the Dutch in 1682. The corner of Victory Boulevard and Manor Road has also always been an important commercial center.
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Both were later renamed for Thomas Dongan, the Irish-born governor of the Province of New York after Great Britain acquired it from the Netherlands in 1682.
City Charter - The Official Site of the City of Albany, NY
www.albanyny.org, 7 Mar 2013 [cached]
ALBANY'S FIRST CHARTER WAS GRANTED ON JULY 22, 1686 AND WAS KNOWN AS THE DONGAN CHARTER, AFTER THOMAS DONGAN, LIEUTENANT AND GOVERNOR OF THE PROVINCE OF NEW-YORK. A CHARTER COMMISSION, JOINTLY APPOINTED BY THE MAYOR AND THE COMMON COUNCIL, REVISED THE CITY CHARTER, WHICH WAS ADOPTED BY THE VOTERS OF ALBANY IN NOVEMBER, 1998. ALL ELECTED OFFICIALS SERVE FOUR YEAR TERMS AND ARE ALL ELECTED AT THE SAME TIME. MAYOR'S POWERS AND DUTIES GENERALLY (CITY CHARTER, SECTION 301)
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