Edward Hyde

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

Given name
Edward
Family name
Hyde
Birth place
Hyde, Greater Manchester
Children
Anne Hyde
Death date
1712-09-08
Place of death
Bertie County, North Carolina
Depiction
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Politics facts

Office positions
Governor of the Colony of North Carolina
Political parties
None

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