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U.S. consular officials in Greece

Honorary consuls in U.S. territories representing Greece

   Athens: John W. Mulligan (Consul 1846) — Eugene Schuyler (Consul General as of 1882-84) — De Witt T. Reilly (Consul as of 1884) — A. Martelao (Vice Consul as of 1884) — Walker Fearn (Consul General as of 1885-89) — Walker Fearn (Consul General as of 1888) — William H. Moffett (Consul as of 1888) — Arthur C. McDowall (Vice Consul as of 1888) — A. Loudon Snowden (Consul General as of 1889-91) — Eben Alexander (Consul General as of 1893-97) — George Horton (Consul 1893-98) — William W. Rockhill (Consul General as of 1897-98) — Louis Nicolaides (Vice Consul as of 1897-1904) — Daniel E. McGinley (Consul 1897-1904) — George Horton (Consul 1905-06) — George M. Marino (Vice Consul as of 1905-06) — George Horton (Consul General 1906-10) — Bernard Melissinos (Vice Consul General 1906-14) — William H. Gale (Consul General 1910-14) — Alexander W. Weddell (Consul General as of 1916-20) — George P. Waller (Vice Consul as of 1916-19) — Constantine M. Corafa (Vice Consul as of 1916-29) — William Perry George (Vice Consul 1918-21) — John B. Madore (Vice Consul as of 1919) — Thomas R. Ferguson (Vice Consul 1919-20) — John G. Erhardt (Vice Consul 1920) — John G. Erhardt (Consul 1920-24) — Will L. Lowrie (Consul General 1920-22) — Frank H. Baxter (Vice Consul 1920) — Albert R. Archibald (Vice Consul 1921-22) — William R. Morton (Vice Consul as of 1922-32) — Sidney E. O'Donoghue (Vice Consul as of 1922) — Arthur Garrels (Consul General 1924-26) — Joseph T. Gilman (Vice Consul 1924-27) — Edwin A. Plitt (Consul as of 1926-32) — Leland B. Morris (Consul as of 1927-29) — Henry A. W. Beck (Vice Consul 1927-29) — Clayson W. Aldridge (Vice Consul 1929) — Clayson W. Aldridge (Consul 1929) — Leland B. Morris (Consul General as of 1932) — Albert E. Clattenburg, Jr. (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Edward P. Maffitt (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Walworth Barbour (Vice Consul 1933-36) — Henry A. W. Beck (Consul 1935-39) — Burton Y. Berry (Consul as of 1936-38) — Foy D. Kohler (Vice Consul 1938) — Harold Shantz (Consul General as of 1938) — Andrew B. Foster (Vice Consul as of 1938) — Claude B. Chiperfield (Consul as of 1938) — Cavendish W. Cannon (Consul 1939-41) — Walworth Barbour (Consul 1944-45) — Claude G. Ross (Consul 1945-49) — William Witman II (Consul 1945-48)
   Candia (Heraklion): Andrew L. Calkerinos (Consular Agent as of 1898)
   Cephalonia (Kephalonia): John Saunders (Consular Agent as of 1884)
   Corfu: T. Woodley (Consular Agent as of 1884) — Charles E. Hancock (Consular Agent 1894-98) — Charles E. Hancock (Consular Agent 1902-11)
   Kalamata: D. A. Pantasopolous (Consular Agent as of 1898) — Sotiris Carapateas (Consular Agent 1914-32)
   Mitylene (Mitilini): Apostolos P. Hadji=Christofa (Consular Agent as of 1916)
   Mytilene: Michael M. Fottion (Consular Agent as of 1884-1904)
   Patras (Pátrai): Edward Hancock (Consul as of 1884) — Frederick B. Wood (Vice Consul as of 1884) — Robert L. Jenkins (Consul as of 1897) — Richard Hancock (Vice Consul as of 1897) — James V. Long (Consul 1903-07) — F. T. Lontos (Vice Consul as of 1905) — Edward I. Nathan (Consul 1907-09) — Arthur B. Cooke (Consul 1910-19) — William Albert Birgfeld (Vice Consul as of 1916) — Maynard B. Barnes (Vice Consul 1919-21) — George K. Stiles (Consul as of 1920-22) — William Perry George (Vice Consul 1921-22) — Manson Gilbert (Vice Consul as of 1922) — F. Manson Gilbert (Vice Consul 1922-24) — Adam Beaumont (Vice Consul 1923) — James G. Finley (Vice Consul 1923-25) — Thomas D. Davis (Consul as of 1926-29) — Harold D. Finley (Consul 1926) — W. Winthrop Burr (Vice Consul as of 1929) — Leslie A. Davis (Consul 1930) — Rufus H. Lane, Jr. (Consul as of 1932) — C. Franklin Yeager, Jr. (Vice Consul as of 1932)
   Piraeus: Bernard Melissinos (Consular Agent 1906-08)
   Salonika (Thessaloniki): B. W. Llewellyn (Consul 1835-42) — P. H. Lazarro (Consular Agent as of 1884-98) — Pericles H. Lazzaro (Consular Agent as of 1907) — Evan E. Young (Consul 1908-09) — George Horton (Consul 1910-11) — Arthur Howland Leavitt (Vice & Deputy Consul 1910) — John E. Kehl (Consul 1911-18) — John S. Armstrong, Jr. (Vice & Deputy Consul 1914) — Alfred R. Thomson (Vice Consul as of 1916) — Leland B. Morris (Consul as of 1919-22) — Quincy F. Roberts (Vice Consul as of 1919-20) — Nels E. Anderson (Vice Consul as of 1919) — Frank H. Baxter (Vice Consul 1920) — Frank H. Baxter (Vice Consul 1920-21) — John W. Henderson (Vice Consul as of 1922) — Adam Beaumont (Vice Consul 1922-24) — Robert F. Fernald (Consul 1924-27) — Herbert F. Pearson (Vice Consul as of 1926-29) — Charles J. Pisar (Consul as of 1927-32) — James S. Moose, Jr. (Vice Consul as of 1929) — Donal F. McGonigal (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Paul Bowerman (Consul 1932-33) — George C. Hanson (Consul General 1935) — James H. Keeley, Jr. (Consul 1936-39) — Edmund A. Gullion (Vice Consul 1939) — Glenn A. Abbey (Consul General 1949-51)
   Syra (Syros): Basil Padova (Consular Agent as of 1884-97)
   Volo (Volos): Charles W. Borrell (Consular Agent as of 1889-97)
   Zante (Zakynthos): Alfred L. Crowe (Consular Agent as of 1884-98)
   Boston, Mass.: Augustin Synadino (Honorary Consul General as of 1914)
   Philadelphia, Pa.: Albert H. Lennox (Consul 1881-91) S. Edwin Megargee (Consul 1900-03)
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