Name ID 603
At the end of 1916, Mr (later Sir) Horace Byatt was appointed Administrator over the northern half of the country controlled by Britain.
Ofcansky, Thomas P and Yeager, Rodger Historical Dictionary of Tanzania
Page Number: 35
Extract Date: 1916-1961
1916-20 Sir Horace Archer Byatt
1920-24 Sir Horace Archer Byatt
1925-31 Sir Donald Charles Cameron
1931-34 Lieut-Col Sir G.S.Symes
1934-38 Sir H MacMichael
1938-41 Sir Mark A. Young
1941-45 Sir Wilfred E.F. Jackson
1945-49 Sir William D Battershill
1949-58 Sir Edward Francis Twining
1958-61 Sir Richard Turnbull
In January 1919, his purview was extended to the whole of Tanganyika. Eighteen months later British administration took on a more formal basis by the promulgation of the Tanganyika Order in Council, in terms of which Byatt�s title was changed to that of Governor. He was empowered to make ordinances �for the good government of the country�.
... Sir Donald Cameron, who succeeded Byatt in 1925. He was a different man, and indeed believed that his predecessor had failed to give a lead to the country or lay down any clear lines of policy.