Francisco Joaquim Ferreira do Amaral

Francisco Joaquim Ferreira Do Amaral

Francisco Joaquim Ferreira do Amaral

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Francisco Joaquim Ferreira do Amaral, GCTS, KCVO (Lisbon, Santa Catarina, 11 June 1843 - 11 August 1923) was a Portuguese naval commander and politician.


He was the only son of João Maria Ferreira do Amaral and wife Maria Helena de Albuquerque, 1st Baroness of Oliveira Lima.


He distinguished himself as a military and became Vice-Admiral and Admiral of the Portuguese Navy, being able to conquer important territories in Cabinda, Angola. For his successes, the realm wanted to grant him the title of Count, which he refused, suggesting that it would be better to grant his mother instead, who would be happier with it.

He served as Peer of the Realm by Royal Letter of 17 March 1898, Member of the Council of His Most Faithful Majesty, Minister of State and the first President of the Council of Ministers of Manuel II of Portugal, or 75th Prime Minister of Portugal, Deputy of the Nation, Governor of Moçâmedes, Governor of São Tomé e Príncipe, 78th Governor of Angola (1882-1886) (1882–1886) and 101st Governor of the State of India (1886-1886), President of the Society of Geography, 308th......
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