Dominique Jacques de Eerens

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Dominique Jacques de Eerens
Dominique Jacques de Eerens (1781-1840). Gouverneur-generaal (1835-40) Rijksmuseum SK-A-3800.jpeg
Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies
In office
29 February 1836 – 30 May 1840
Monarch William I
Preceded by Jean Chrétien Baud
Succeeded by Carel Sirardus Willem van Hogendorp
Personal details
Born (1781-03-17)17 March 1781
Alkmaar, Dutch Republic
Died 30 May 1840(1840-05-30) (aged 59)
Buitenzorg, Dutch East Indies

Dominique Jacques de Eerens (17 March 1781 – 30 May 1840) was a Dutch major general, politician and administrator, Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies and knight of the Military William Order.[1]

Grave of De Eerens (second from the left) in Bogor in 2013


  1. ^ (in Dutch) D.J. de Eerens, Parlement & Politiek. Retrieved on 17 January 2015.

External links

  • Media related to Dominique Jacques de Eerens at Wikimedia Commons
Political offices
Preceded by
Jean Chrétien Baud
Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies
Succeeded by
Carel Sirardus Willem van Hogendorp

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