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U.S. consular officials in Ireland

Honorary consuls in U.S. territories representing Ireland

   Athlone: John Burgess (Consular Agent as of 1898-1905)
   Cobh: John A. Gamon (Consul 1921-25) — F. Manson Gilbert (Vice Consul 1924-26) — Winthrop S. Greene (Vice Consul 1924-26) — Cornelius Ferris, Jr. (Consul 1925-27) — John S. Richardson, Jr. (Vice Consul as of 1926-27) — Wade Blackard (Vice Consul as of 1926-27) — Manson Gilbert (Vice Consul as of 1926) — David C. Elkington (Vice Consul as of 1927-29) — Hiram A. Boucher (Consul 1928-29) — William L. Peck (Vice Consul as of 1929) — Leslie E. Woods (Consul as of 1932) — William L. Peck (Consul as of 1932) — Robert R. Patterson (Vice Consul as of 1932)
   Cork: John Church (Consul 1797-1815) — Michael Hogan (Consul 1815-17) — Jacob Mark (Consul 1817-26) — Reuben Harvey (Consul 1827-36) — John Murphy (Consul 1836-49) — Alfred Mitchell (Consul 1849-53) — John Higgins (Consul 1853-54) — Hugh Keenan (Consul 1854-59) — Robert Dowling (Consul 1859-61) — Patrick J. Devine (Consul 1861-62) — Edwin G. Eastman (Consul 1862-69) — Arthur Donn Piatt (Deputy Consul 1892-93) — Henry S. Culver (Consul 1906-10) — John S. Armstrong, Jr. (Vice & Deputy Consul 1911) — Herbert K. Cruikshank (Vice & Deputy Consul 1911-14) — Wesley Frost (Consul 1914-17) — John H. E. McAndrews (Vice Consul 1918-21)
   Dublin: William Knox (Consul 1790-93) — Joseph Wilson (Consul 1794-1809) — Thomas English (Consul 1809-26) — Thomas Wilson (Consul 1826-47) — Hugh Keenan (Consul 1847-50) — James Foy (Consul 1850-53) — M. L. Lynch (Consul 1853-54) — Michael Lynch (Consular Agent 1853-54) — Robert L. Longhead (Consul 1854-55) — Hugh Keenan (Consul 1854-55) — James Arrott (Consul 1855-58) — Michael Lynch (Consul 1855-58) — Murphy (Consul 1858) — Samuel W. Talbott (Consul 1859-61) — Henry B. Hammond (Consul 1861-62) — James Cantwell (Consul 1863-67) — William B. West (Vice Consul 1863-67) — Wilson King (Consul as of 1874) — John Shew (Vice Consul as of 1874) — Benjamin H. Barrows (Consul 1876-86) — A. McKenzie (Vice Consul as of 1884) — Arthur Donn Piatt (Vice & Deputy Consul 1893-1911) — Newton B. Ashby (Consul as of 1897) — Joshua Wilbour (Consul as of 1898-99) — Alfred K. Moe (Consul 1904-09) — Edward L. Adams (Consul 1909-19) — Tracy Lay (Vice & Deputy Consul 1914) — Charles C. Broy (Vice Consul 1916) — Charles C. Broy (Consul 1916-18) — John F. Claffey (Vice Consul as of 1917-19) — George W. Van Dyne (Vice Consul 1918-19) — Frederick T. F. Dumont (Consul 1919-20) — Charles A. Bay (Vice Consul 1920-22) — Loy W. Henderson (Vice Consul as of 1922-23) — Harold M. Collins (Vice Consul as of 1922) — Richard R. Willey (Vice Consul as of 1922) — Charles M. Hathaway, Jr. (Consul 1922-24) — Charles M. Hathaway, Jr. (Consul General 1924-27) — Hiram A. Boucher (Consul 1924-27) — Orsen N. Nielsen (Consul as of 1924-26) — Paul C. Seddicum (Vice Consul 1925) — Julian F. Harrington (Vice Consul 1926-29) — John Corrigan, Jr. (Consul as of 1926) — Early B. Christian (Vice Consul as of 1926-29) — J. Howard Wetmore (Vice Consul as of 1926) — T. Monroe Fisher (Vice Consul 1926-27) — Frederick S. Barny (Vice Consul 1927-29) — Edwin J. King (Vice Consul as of 1929-38) — Cornelius Ferris, Jr. (Consul General as of 1929) — Benjamin M. Hulley (Consul 1929-34) — Henry H. Balch (Consul General 1931-38) — Benjamin M. Hully (Consul as of 1932) — Sidney A. Belovsky (Vice Consul as of 1932) — George H. Barringer (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Paul C. Hutton (Consul 1934-39) — Stephen E. C. Kendrick (Consul as of 1938) — Earl L. Packer (Consul 1941) — Francis H. Styles (Consul as of 1941) — Thomas McEnelly (Consul 1945) — Thomas McEnelly (Consul General 1945) — Wainwright Abbott (Consul General 1949-50)
   Galway: Thomas M. Persse (Consul 1832-44) — Michael Kennedy (Consul 1844-47) — Thomas M. Persse (Consul 1847-50) — John Duffy (Consul 1853-55) — Samuel W. Talbott (Consul 1856-59) — Thomas M. Persse (Consul 1860-61) — William B. West (Consul 1861-67) — Robert A. Tennant (Consular Agent 1901-38)
   Kingstown (Dùn Laoghaire): M. Murphy (Consul 1861-66)
   Limerick: John R. Tinsley (Consular Agent as of 1884) — Edmund Ludlow (Consular Agent 1896-1911) — John A. Dinan (Consular Agent 1914-18)
   Queenstown (Cobh): John J. Piatt (Consul as of 1884) — George B. Dawson (Vice & Deputy Consul as of 1884) — Lucien J. Walker (Consul 1893-97) — James W. Scott (Vice Consul as of 1897-1905) — Daniel Swiney (Consul as of 1898-1905) — Cecil Piatt (Deputy Consul as of 1898-1902) — Edwin N. Gunsaulus (Consul 1905-06) — George B. Dawson (Deputy Consul as of 1905) — George E. Chamberlin (Consul 1910-14) — Charles C. Broy (Consul 1916-18) — Charles M. Hathaway, Jr. (Consul 1917-20) — Peter H. A. Flood (Vice Consul 1920-21) — Loy W. Henderson (Vice Consul as of 1923-24)
   Sligo: James Harper (Vice Consul 1847-71) — Joseph Eccles (Consular Agent 1871-82) — John Tighe (Consular Agent 1884-85)
   Waterford: William H. Farrell (Consular Agent as of 1884-98)
   Charlotte, N.C.: John Young (Honorary Consul as of 2017)
   Denver, Colo.: James M. Lyons (Honorary Consul General as of 2017)
   Houston, Tex.: John B. Kane (Honorary Consul General as of 2017)
   Las Vegas, Nev.: Teresa M. Murphy (Honorary Consul as of 2017)
   Los Angeles, Calif.: Finbar Hill (Honorary Consul General as of 2017)
   New Orleans, La.: James F. McKay III (Honorary Consul as of 2017)
   Orlando, Fla.: Terence J. Delahunty (Honorary Consul as of 2017)
   Pittsburgh, Pa.: James J. Lamb (Honorary Consul as of 2017)
   SAINT Louis, Mo.: Joseph B. McGlynn (Honorary Consul General as of 2017)
   Seattle, Wash.: John F. Keane (Honorary Consul as of 2017)
   Waianae, Hawaii: Noel Trainor (Honorary Consul as of 2017)
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