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U.S. consular officials in Portugal

Honorary consuls in U.S. territories representing Portugal

   Belém (Lisbon): T. M. Besony (Consular Agent as of 1880)
   Faro: F. L. Javarez (Consular Agent as of 1884) — F. J. Tavares (Consular Agent as of 1897-99)
   Lisbon: Edward Church (Consul 1792-97) — Thomas Bulkely (Consul 1797-1802) — William Jarvis (Consul 1802-11) — George Jefferson (Consul 1811-12) — Israel P. Hutchinson (Consul 1813-43) — Armand Donnet (Consul 1839-41) — William Henry Vesey (Consul 1843-46) — Philip A. Roach (Consul 1847-49) — Horace Smith (Consul 1849-52) — Nicholas Pike (Consul 1852-61) — Charles Munro (Consul 1861-69) — Charles E. J. Hutchens (Vice Consul 1863-66) — Henry S. Neal (Consul as of 1869) — John B. Wilbor (Vice & Deputy Consul General as of 1884) — Lewis Richmond (Consul General as of 1884-85) — John B. Wilbor (Vice Consul as of 1897-99) — Jacob H. Thieriot (Consul 1898-1905) — Robert H. Kinchant (Vice & Deputy Consul as of 1904-05) — Louis H. Aymé (Consul General 1906-12) — Will L. Lowrie (Consul General 1912-20) — Kenneth S. Patton (Vice Consul 1912) — Ramon I. Janer (Vice Consul as of 1914) — Wilbur J. Eller (Vice Consul as of 1917) — W. Stanley Hollis (Consul General 1920-27) — Reginald S. Castleman (Vice Consul 1920-22) — Hernan C. Vogenitz (Vice Consul 1921-22) — H. Tobey Mooers (Vice Consul 1922-26) — Hernan C. Vogenitz (Vice Consul 1923) — Julian L. Pinkerton (Vice Consul as of 1926) — Julian L. Pinkerton (Consul as of 1927-29) — Prescott Childs (Vice Consul 1927-29) — Samuel T. Lee (Consul General 1928-29) — Lawrence S. Armstrong (Consul 1930-34) — William W. Brunswick (Consul as of 1932) — Carl F. Deichman (Consul General as of 1932-34) — Daniel V. Anderson (Vice Consul as of 1934) — John B. Faust (Vice Consul as of 1934) — Parker W. Buhrman (Consul General 1935) — Walter C. Dowling (Vice Consul as of 1938) — Kenneth S. Stout (Vice Consul as of 1938) — James B. Young (Consul General as of 1938-40) — C. Burke Elbrick (Vice Consul 1940-41) — Elbridge Durbrow (Consul 1940) — J. Winsor Ives (Consul as of 1940) — John C. Shillock (Consul as of 1940) — William P. Shockley, Jr. (Vice Consul 1941) — Hervé J. L'Heureux (Consul 1941-42) — Walter N. Walmsley, Jr. (Consul 1944-45) — Temple Wanamaker, Jr. (Vice Consul 1944-45) — Charles E. Dickerson, Jr. (Consul as of 1947)
   Oporto (Porto): Alexander Burton (Consul 1821-23) — Louis Tineli (Consul 1840-49) — John F. Porteous (Consul 1857-61) — Thomas K. King (Consul 1861-62) — Henry W. Diman (Consul 1862-69) — J. A. Da Silva (Vice Consul 1864) — William Stuve (Consular Agent as of 1884-98) — William H. Stuve (Consular Agent 1908-14) — Ricardo Spratley (Consular Agent as of 1917) — Samuel H. Wiley (Consul as of 1922) — Hernan C. Vogenitz (Vice Consul 1922-23) — Edward E. Silvers (Vice Consul 1925) — William J. Yerby (Consul 1926-30) — John J. Coyle (Vice Consul as of 1926) — Owen W. Gaines (Vice Consul 1929) — Charles E. Worman (Vice Consul 1930-35) — Leslie A. Davis (Consul 1930-34) — William P. Robertson (Vice Consul as of 1938-47) — Harry F. Hawley (Consul as of 1938) — Leo J. Callanan (Consul as of 1940)
   Setúbal: Joaquim T. O'Neil (Consular Agent as of 1884-97) — John P. T. O'Neill (Consular Agent as of 1898)
   Baltimore, Md.: Frank Frick, Jr. (Vice Consul 1897-1902) Adelbert W. Mears (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Bangor, Maine: Thomas J. Stewart (Vice Consul 1864-90) Rowland W. Stewart (Vice Consul 1900-01)
   Boston, Mass.: Manuel P. Furtado d'Almeida (Consul 1891-1903) Jayme Mackay de Almeida (Vice Consul 1895-1903) Antoñio Laranjo Ferreira Monteiro (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Brunswick, Ga.: Rosendo Torrás (Vice Consul 1880-1902)
   Chicago, Ill.: S. Chapman Simms (Vice Consul 1893-1902)
   Galveston, Tex.: Robert L. O'Brien (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Honolulu, Hawaii: Alberto Alves de Araujo (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Manila, Philippine Islands: John W. Ferrier (Consul as of 1929-35)
   New Bedford, Mass.: Antonio Zerbone (Vice Consul 1883-99) Antonio Madureira e Castro (Honorary Consul as of 1935) Francisco Madureira e Castro (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   New Orleans, La.: Luiz da Costa Carvalho (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   New York, N.Y.: Constantine F. Brunn (Vice Consul 1893-96) José de Saavedra de Figueiredo (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   Newport News, Va.: James Haughton (Vice Consul 1890-1912)
   Norfolk, Va.: Nathaniel P. Burruss (Vice Consul 1865-77) Nathaniel P. Burruss (Vice Consul 1900-01)
   Pensacola, Fla.: Manuel F. Gonzalez (Vice Consul 1875-77) Juan L. Borras (Vice Consul 1889-1902)
   Philadelphia, Pa.: Edward S. Sayres (Vice Consul 1850-76) John Mason, Jr. (Vice Consul 1877-1906) Camilo Camara (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Providence, R.I.: José Agostinho de Oliveira (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   SAINT Thomas, V.I.: M. E. Trepuk (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   San Francisco, Calif.: Francis Berton (Consul 1869-85) Henrique Laidley (Vice Consul 1870-1904) Francis Berton (Consul 1885-UZ ) Henrique Laidley (Vice Consul 1904-UZ ) G. Armas do Amaral (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
   San Juan, P.R.: Dionisio Trigo (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Savannah, Ga.: Henry H. Woodbridge (Vice Consul 1870-77) Luigi Trapani (Vice Consul 1890-1902)
   Tampa, Fla.: Leo Francis Pallardy (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935)
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