Edward Hyde Politician

Edward Hyde (1667 – 8 September 1712), was the first colonial governor of the separate colony of North Carolina from 1711 until his death in 1712. He governed during a time of great turmoil in the colony, including a revolt by the former governor known as Cary's Rebellion and a Native American uprising called the Tuscarora War.

Personal facts

Edward Hyde
Birth dateJanuary 01, 1667
Birth place
Hyde Greater Manchester
Date of deathSeptember 08, 1712
Place of death
Bertie County North Carolina

Politician

successor
Charles Eden (politician)

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