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Honorary consuls in U.S. territories representing United Kingdom

   Baltimore, Md.: George Payne (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Boston, Mass.: James Arthur Brannen (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Brunswick, Ga.: Rosendo Torrás (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1893-1907)
   Cebu, Philippine Islands: Guy Walford (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Chicago, Ill.: Arthur Radcliffe Getty (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1896-1901)
   Cincinnati, Ohio: Walter Macleod (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Dallas, Tex.: Hugo Norton Dixon (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Darien, Ga.: Robert Manson (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1898-1907)
   Davao, Philippine Islands: William Cunningham Naismith (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Douglas, Arizona: Alexander Baird, Jr. (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Eastport, Maine: Daniel I. Odell (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1877-82)
   Fernandina, Fla.: Nathaniel B. Borden (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1893-95)
   Frederiksted, V.I.: Miles Merwin (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Galveston, Tex.: Frederick W. Blake (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1896) Norbray Liddall (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Honolulu, Hawaii: William Henry Baird (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Humacao, P.R.: Antonio Roig (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1901-03)
   Iloilo, Philippine Islands: James Andrew Lees (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Jacksonville, Fla.: Walter Mucklow (Honorary Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Key West, Fla.: William J. H. Taylor (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1887-1902)
   Legaspi, Philippine Islands: David Cassels Brown (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Los Angeles, Calif.: Charles White Mortimer (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1900-02) George Wellington Irving (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Miami, Fla.: Lewis Arthur Oates (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   New Orleans, La.: William Percy Taylor Nurse (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   New York, N.Y.: Joseph Stanton Goodreds (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935) David Loinaz (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935) Richard Harold Fawcett Smith (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Newport News, Va.: James Haughton (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1898-1912)
   Norfolk, Va.: Myer Myers (Consul for Great Britain 1856) Barton Myers (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1877-1923) James Guthrie (Honorary Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Pascagoula, Miss.: Hubert F. Krebs (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1892-95)
   Pensacola, Fla.: Osmond C. Howe (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1877-1900) Frederick Bonar (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1900-05) Osmond C. Howe (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1900-UZ ) William Dodson Howe (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1921)
   Pittsburgh, Pa.: Oliver Smalley (Honorary Consul for Great Britain as of 1935) Fred Kennedy (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Ponce, P.R.: Fernando Miguel Toro (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Port Townsend, Wash.: Oscar Klöcker (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1892-1902)
   Punta Gorda, Fla.: John H. Farrington (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1896-98) Albert F. Dewey (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1899-1907)
   SAINT Louis, Mo.: Western Bascome (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1887-1902)
   SAINT Paul, Minn.: Edward H. Morphy (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1888-1902)
   San Diego, Calif.: William T. Allen (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1895-1906)
   San Francisco, Calif.: Wellesley Moore (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1891-1914) W. Clayton Pickersgill (Consul General for Great Britain 1899-1901)
   San Juan, P.R.: Arthur Henry Noble (Honorary Consul for Great Britain as of 1935) Maurice West Guinness (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Savannah, Ga.: Herbert George Goodfellow Fray (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Seattle, Wash.: Bernard Pelly (Honorary Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
   Tampa, Fla.: James Ward Morris (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1905-07)
   Wilmington, N.C.: James Sprunt (Vice Consul for Great Britain 1884-1915)
   Zamboanga, Philippine Islands: John David McLaren (Honorary Vice Consul for Great Britain as of 1935)
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