Who was the Governor of Florida in 1865?

John Milton (born April 20, 1807 in Louisville, Georgia; died April 1, 1865 in Marianna, Florida) succeeded Madison S. Perry as the fifth Governor of Florida, serving between October 7, 1861 and April 1, 1865. Following the end of Milton's term as Governor, Abraham K. Allison (born December 10, 1810 in Jones County, Georgia; died July 8, 1893 in Quincy, Georgia) became the sixth Governor of Georgia, serving between April 1, 1865 and May 19, 1865. Following the end of Allison's term as Governor, there was a vacancy in the role of Governor until July 13, 1965, when William Marvin (born April 14, 1808 in Fairfield, New York; died July 9, 1902 in Skaneateles, New York) became the seventh Governor of Florida, serving between July 13, 1865 and December 20, 1865. Following the end of Marvin's term as Governor, David S. Walker (born May 2, 1815 in Kentucky; died July 20, 1891 in Tallahassee, Florida) became the eighth Governor of Florida, serving between December 20, 1865 and July 4, 1868.