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Chatham County
Georgia

Honorary foreign consuls in Savannah

   Argentina: Andres E. Moynelo (Vice Consul 1896-1900) — William G. Morrell (Vice Consul 1901-02) — Andres E. Moynelo (Vice Consul 1902-08) — William G. Morrell, Jr. (Vice Consul 1913-20) — William G. Morrell, Jr. (Vice Consul 1923-47)
   Austria-Hungary: Edward W. Karow (Vice Consul 1887-1903)
   Belgium: Leopold Charrier (Consul 1878-1903) — E. W. Rosenthal (Consul 1914-25) — A. Thesmar (Honorary Consul as of 1935-44) — Eugene K. Meredith (Honorary Consul 1951-59)
   Brazil: Joseph J. Wilder (Vice Consul 1873-77) — William H. Adams (Vice Consul 1884-1902) — F. S. Hincks (Commercial Agent 1903-07) — William S. Adams (Vice Consul 1904-07) — Lovett R. Potter (Vice Consul as of 1929) — Henrique Oswaldo de Miranda (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Chile: Robert B. Reppard (Consul 1880-1907)
   Cuba: Andres E. Moynelo (Honorary Consul 1904-11) — Arthur J. Howard (Honorary Consul as of 1914) — William McLane Coolidge (Honorary Consul as of 1926)
   Denmark: Christen M. Holst (Vice Consul 1865-97) — Johan B. Holst (Vice Consul 1899-1907) — Aage Georg Schroder (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   France: Alexis Nicolas (Consular Agent 1906-07) — Frank W. Spencer (Consular Agent as of 1935)
   Germany: Jacob Rauers (Consul 1871-1902) — Julius Carl Schwarz (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Great Britain: Herbert George Goodfellow Fray (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Haiti: T. B. Harris (Vice Consul 1894-1908)
   Italy: Luigi Trapani (Consular Agent 1889-1902)
   Netherlands: John de Bruyn Kops (Vice Consul 1875-78) — John de Bruyn Kops (Consul 1878-88) — William de Bruyn Kops (Consul 1888-1902)
   Norway: Reidar Arnljot Trosdal (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935) — Einor Storm Trosdal (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1950)
   Portugal: Henry H. Woodbridge (Vice Consul 1870-77) — Luigi Trapani (Vice Consul 1890-1902)
   Russia: J. R. Wilder (Vice Consul 1846-77) — Joseph J. Wilder (Vice Consul 1880-1900) — Joseph J. Wilder (Vice Consul 1900-UZ ) — William W. Williamson (Vice Consul 1902)
   Spain: Javier Esteve y Borrell (Honorary Vice Consul 1905-07) — Angel M. Dunn (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Sweden: Andrew John Ritch (Vice Consul as of 1921) — Aage Georg Schroder (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Sweden & Norway: Christen M. Holst (Vice Consul 1865-97) — James Lee Rankin (Vice Consul 1901-02)
   Uruguay: William G. Morrell (Consul 1900-02)
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