List of viceroys of Navarre

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This is a list of Spanish Viceroys of Navarre from 1512 to 1840, when the function was abolished.wikipedia
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This is a list of Spanish Viceroys of Navarre from 1512 to 1840, when the function was abolished.
List of Spanish Viceroys of Navarre

Antonio Manrique de Lara, 2nd Duke of Nájera

Antonio Manrique de LaraAntonio Manrique de Lara, Duque de Nájeraof Nájera
1516 : Antonio Manrique de Lara, Duque de Nájera
Antonio Manrique de Lara, 2nd Duke of Nájera (died 13 December 1535) was a Spanish noble and military leader, and Viceroy of Navarre between 1516 and 1521.

Martín Alonso Fernández de Córdoba Montemayor y Velasco, conde de Alcaudete

Alonso de Córdoba Count of Alcaudete
1527 : Martín Alfonso Fernández de Córdoba, Conde de Alcaudete
He was Viceroy of Navarra between 1527 and 1534.

Diego Fernández de Córdoba y Arellano, marqués de Comares

Diego Fernández de CórdobaDiego Fernández de Córdoba y ArellanoMarquis of Comares
1512 : Diego Fernández de Córdoba y Arellano, marqués de Comares
Diego Fernández de Córdoba y Arellano, I marqués de Comares, (1463 - Oran, now in Algeria, 1518), invested 1st marquis of Comares in 1512, was Governor of Oran and Mazalquivir, 1509–1512 and 1516–1518, and first Viceroy of Navarre, 1512-1515.

Gabriel de la Cueva, 5th Duke of Alburquerque

5th Duque de Albuquerque
1560 : Gabriel de la Cueva, 5th Duke of Alburquerque
1515 – 1571) was a Spanish nobleman and military leader who served as Viceroy of Navarre from 1560 to 1564 and Governor of Milan from 1564 to his death in 1571.

Juan de Mendoza, Marquis de la Hinojosa

1620 : Juan de Mendoza y Velasco, Marqués de Hinojosa
Juan de Mendoza y Velasco, Marquis de la Hinojosa, Governor of the Duchy of Milan, 1612–1616, Viceroy of Navarre, 1620–1623, Spanish Ambassador in England in 1623 to discuss with the regnant father of the later king Charles I of England the requirements to be, eventually, met by the English politicians to get Prince Charles married to Maria of Austria, sister of the then 19 years old ruling king Philip IV of Spain.

Luis Bravo de Acuña

Luis Bravo
1631 : Luis Bravo Acuña
Luis Bravo de Acuña (died 1634) was a Spanish soldier known for his work on the fortifications of Gibraltar who also served as Spanish Minister of War, Ambassador to Venice and Viceroy of Navarre.

Juan de la Cerda, 4th Duke of Medinaceli

Duke of MedinaceliJuan de la Cerda y SilvaJuan de la Cerda y Silva, 4th Duke of Medinaceli
1567 : Juan de la Cerda y Silva, 4th Duke of Medinaceli
In 1567 he was appointed Viceroy of Navarre supposedly staying there till 1572, but it seems that towards the end of 1570, he became head of the household of Queen Anna of Austria, position he held until his death in 1575.

Pedro III Fajardo, 5th Marquis of Los Vélez

Marquis de Los VélezViceroy Pedro FajardoPedro Fajardo
1638 : Pedro Fajardo Requesens y Zúñiga, Marqués de los Vélez
He was Viceroy of Valencia, 1631–1635, Viceroy of Navarre, 1638–1640, Viceroy of Catalonia, 1640–1642, Spanish Ambassador to Rome, and Viceroy of Sicily, 1644-1647.

Luis Hurtado de Mendoza y Pacheco, 2nd Marquis of Mondejar

Louis Mendoza, marquis of MondejarLuis
1543 : Luis Hurtado de Mendoza y Pacheco, 2nd Marquis of Mondejar
He became the third Count of Tendilla; Viceroy of Navarre in 1543–1546; President of the Council of Indies in 1546–1559; and President of the Council of Castile in 1561–1563.

Vespasiano I Gonzaga

Vespasiano GonzagaVespasiano Gonzaga y Colonna
1572 : Vespasiano Gonzaga y Colonna, Prínce of Sabbioneta
The latter found in Vespasiano one of his most faithful advisors, and made him a Grandee of Spain and then Viceroy of Navarre and Valencia.

Antonio López de Ayala Velasco y Cardeñas, Count of Fuensalida

Fuensalida
1676 : Antonio de Velasco y Ayala, Conde de Fuensalida
He was successively viceroy of Navarra, governor of Galicia, Viceroy of Sardinia and Governor of the Duchy of Milan.

Jean Thierry du Mont, comte de Gages

Comte de GagesDe GagesCount de Gages
1749 : Jean Thierry du Mont, comte de Gages
Jean Bonaventure Thierry du Mont, comte de Gages (Mons, now in Belgium, 27 December 1682 – Pamplona, Spain, 31 January 1753), Viceroy of Navarre, 1746–1753, a Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece in 1745, was a Walloon born Spanish General who was awarded by King Philip V of Spain in 1745 the title of "Conde", "Count", of Gages, a village near Brugelette in Hainaut.

Alexander von Bournonville

1686 : Alejandro de Bournonville, Duque de Bournonville
He held the titles of Field Marshal of the Holy Roman Empire, Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece, Viceroy of Catalonia (1678–1685) and Viceroy of Navarre (1686–1691).

Baltasar de Zúñiga, 1st Duke of Arión

Baltasar de ZúñigaBaltasar de Zúñiga y GuzmánBaltasar de Zuñiga
1692 : Baltasar de Zúñiga y Guzmán, Marqués de Valero
Between 1692 and 1697, he was Viceroy of Navarre.

Diego Dávila Mesía y Guzmán, 3rd Marquis of Leganés

Marquis of Leganés
1684 : Diego Dávila Mesía y Guzmán, 3rd Marquis of Leganés
He became viceroy of Catalonia in 1678, viceroy of Navarre in 1684 and again of Catalonia between 1685 and 1688.

Francisco de Tutavilla y del Rufo, Duque de San Germán

Francisco de Tutavilla y del RufoDuque de San GermánFrancisco de Tuttavilla
1664 : Francisco de Tutavilla y del Rufo, Duque de San Germán
From April 1664 until February 1668, he was Viceroy of Navarre.

José Miguel de Carvajal-Vargas, 2nd Duke of San Carlos

Duke of San CarlosJosé Miguel de Carvajal y ManriqueJosé Miguel de Carvajal y Manrique de Lara Polanc
1807 : José Miguel de Carvajal y Manrique de Lara Polanc o, duque de San Carlos
He was Viceroy of Navarra during part of the tear 1807, and Spanish ambassador in Paris, London and Lisbonne, Knight of the Military Order of Alcantara and other knighthoods in France, Naples, Prussia, Hungary, and Russia.

Ambrosio de Funes Villalpando

Ambrosio de Funes Villalpando, conde de RiclaAmbrosio de Funes Villalpando, Count of RiclaConde de Ricla
1765 : Ambrosio de Funes Villalpando, count of Ricla
After returning to Spain, he was appointed as Viceroy of Navarre, Capitan General of Catalonia and, lastly, served Carlos III as his Secretary of War.

House of Glyme

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1765 : Honore Ignace de Glymes- Brabante, count of Glymes
5) Honoré-Ignace de Glymes-Brabant (1725-1804); Viceroy of Navarre in 1765. married to Marie-Theodore, daughter of Charles I Emmanuel, 1st Prince de Gavre.

Cristóbal de Moscoso y Montemayor

Count de las TorresMarquis de las Torres
1723 : Cristóbal de Moscoso y Montemayor, conde de Las Torres
In 1723, he became Viceroy of Navarre.

Alberto Octavio Tserclaes de Tilly

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1706 : Alberto Octavio Tserclaes de Tilly
Antonio Octavio served as Viceroy of Navarre in 1706–1709 and as Captain General of Aragon in 1711–1714.

José Manuel de Ezpeleta, 1st Count of Ezpeleta de Beire

José Manuel de EzpeletaViceroy José Manuel de Ezpeleta
1814 : José Manuel de Ezpeleta, 1st Count of Ezpeleta de Beire
After his return in Spain he was made Viceroy of Navarre, where he had great difficulties in restoring the old institutions.

Navarre

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This is a list of Spanish Viceroys of Navarre from 1512 to 1840, when the function was abolished.