- Charles Mitchell (governor)
Sir Charles Bullen Hugh Mitchell, G.C.M.G., R.M. (1836 - 7 December 1899) was a lieutenant colonel in the Royal Marines, before joining the Colonial Service, in which he served in British Honduras, British Guiana, Natal. He then served as Governor of Fiji, British Colony of Natal & Zululand (1881–1882), and the Straits Settlements (1 February 1894 to 7 December 1899).
Sir Charles died on 7 December 1899. He was buried in St. Andrew's Cathedral, Singapore, his tombstone was erected "To the glory of God and in memory of His Excellency Lieutenant Colonel Sir Charles Bullen Hugh Mitchell Royal Marine Light Infantry, G.C.M.G. Governor of the Colony who died in Singapore on the 7th December 1899. This tablet is erected by the members of the Civil Service of the Straits Settlements."
- Obituary, The Times, Friday 8 December 1899; pg. 6
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Government offices Preceded by
Sir William Des Vœux
High Commissioner for the Western Pacific
Sir John Bates Thurston
Governor of Fiji
Governor of the Leeward Islands, acting
Sir William Frederick Haynes Smith
William Edward Maxwell (acting)
Governor of the Straits Settlements
James Alexander Sweetenham (acting)
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