Jamaica, passed to be a colony of the United Kingdom in 1693 . It was important point of contact of great pirates; even there was a period where the authority of the island was of this social category. Towards 1953, a reform in the Monarquista Constitution of the country, allowed the election of a Head of Government, by means of indirect vote.
Lucas of the Valley Alvarado, 1578-1583?, first time
Diego Fernandez of Market, 1586?
Lucas of the Valley Alvarado, 1591?, second time
Garci'a of the Valley, 1596?
Fernando Melgarejo Cordova, 1596-1606
Alonso de Miranda, 1607-1611
Pedro Mirror Precipice, 1611-1614
Andres González de Vera, 1614-?
Sebastián Roman Lorenzo, 1620?
Francisco Terril, 1625-1632
Juan Martinez Spider, 1632-1637
Gabriel Peñalver Angle, 1637-1639
Sedeño Jacinth Albornoz, 1639-1640, first time
Francisco Thief of Zegama, 1640-1643
Sebastián Fernandez de Gamboa, 1645-1646
Pedro Horseman, 1646-1650
Sedeño Jacinth Albornoz, 1650, second time
Francisco de Proenza, 1650-1651, first time
Juan Ramirez de Arellano, 1561-1655
Francisco de Proenza, 1655-1656, second time
Cristóbal Arnaldo Isasi, 1656-1660
In 1655 the Western Design, an English naval expedition sent by Oliver Cromwell under the command of the admiral William Penn and the general Robert Venables, occupied the island militarily, giving beginning to the period of English sovereignty on Jamaica.
Edward D'Oyley, 1655-1656, first time
William Brayne, 1656-1657
Edward D'Oyley, 1657-August of 1662, second time
Thomas, Lord Windsor, August of 1662-November of 1662
Charles Lyttleton, 1662-1663, temporary one
Thomas Lynch, 1663-1664, temporary one, first time
Edward Morgan, 1664
Sir Thomas Modyford, 1664-August of 1671
Representatives of the Chief of State
Sir Thomas Lynch, August of 1671-November of 1674, second time
Sir Henry Morgan, 1674-1675, temporary one, first time
John Vaughan, 1675-1678
Sir Henry Morgan, 1678, temporary one, second time
Charles Howard, 1678-1680
Sir Henry Morgan, 1680-1682, temporary one, third time
Sir Thomas Lynch, 1682-1684, third time
Hender Molesworth, 1684-December of 1687, temporary one