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Northern Ireland

U.S. consular officials in Northern Ireland

   Ballymena (Ballymena): William Young (Vice Consul 1843-45) Francis I. Skelly (Vice Consul 1845-46) George Ballentine (Consular Agent 1871-93) John G. Ballentine (Consular Agent 1893-1901) Wilson McKeown (Consular Agent 1901-08)
   Belfast: James Holmes (Consul 1796-1815) William Phelps (Consul 1815) James Luke (Consul 1815-20) Samuel Luke (Consul 1820-30) Thomas W. Gilpin (Consul 1830-42) James Shaw (Consul 1842-45) Thomas W. Gilpin (Consul 1845-47) Thomas McClure (Consul 1848) James McDowell (Consul 1848-49) Valentine Holmes (Consul 1851-53) John C. O'Neill (Consul 1853-54) James McAdam (Consul 1854) John Higgins (Consul 1854-58) James J. Higgins (Consul 1856) James J. Higgins (Consul 1858) James Arrott (Consul 1858) Theodore Frean (Consul 1858-61) John Young (Consul 1861-66) G. Harris Heap (Consul 1866-67) Thomas K. King (Consul 1867-69) James Rea (Consul 1869-73) James M. Donnan (Consul 1873-80) William Simms (Vice Consul as of 1880) Lewis Richmond (Consul 1880-81) Arthur B. Wood (Consul 1881-85) Samuel P. Brown (Vice & Deputy Consul as of 1884) John M. Savage (Vice Consul 1885-89) George W. Savage (Consul 1885-89) Samuel G. Ruby (Consul 1889-93) James B. Taney (Consul 1893-96) Malcolm T. Brice (Vice & Deputy Consul 1895-99) Louis Mantell (Deputy Consul as of 1897) William W. Touvelle (Consul 1897-1904) Edward Harvey (Deputy Consul 1901-04) Arthur R. Touvelle (Vice Consul as of 1904) Edward Harvey (Vice & Deputy Consul 1904-06) Samuel S. Knabenshue (Consul 1905-09) Paul Knabenshue (Vice Consul 1906-11) Edward Harvey (Deputy Consul 1906-11) Henry B. Miller (Consul 1909-10) Hunter Sharp (Consul 1910-20) Paul Knabenshue (Vice & Deputy Consul 1911) Hugh H. Watson (Vice & Deputy Consul 1911-14) Karl MacVitty (Vice Consul 1919) George H. Barringer (Vice Consul 1919-24) William P. Kent (Consul 1920-23) Henry O. Ramsey (Vice Consul as of 1922-29) Henry P. Starrett (Consul 1923-26) Russell M. Brooks (Vice Consul 1924-28) Richard C. Beer (Vice Consul as of 1924) Thomas D. Bowman (Consul General 1926-31) Russell M. Brooks (Consul 1928-30) Wade Blackard (Vice Consul as of 1929) Franklin B. Atwood (Vice Consul 1929) Leonard N. Green (Consul 1930-31) Lucien Memminger (Consul General 1931-37) Robert Janz (Vice Consul as of 1932) Albert W. Scott (Vice Consul as of 1932) Ernest L. Ives (Consul General 1937-39) Roswell C. Beverstock (Vice Consul as of 1938) Gerald G. Jones (Vice Consul as of 1938) John Randolph (Consul General 1939-41) Parker W. Buhrman (Consul General 1939-43) Casimir T. Zawadzki (Vice Consul as of 1943) John C. Fuess (Vice Consul as of 1943) Quincy F. Roberts (Consul 1943-48) William A. Smale (Consul 1948-49) Wainwright Abbott (Consul General 1949-51) Ralph A. Boernstein (Consul General 1951-53) Edward A. Anderson (Consul General 1953-57) Nathaniel J. Lancaster, Jr. (Consul General 1957-60) Cyril L. F. Thiel (Consul General 1960-62) Eric M. Hughes (Consul General 1962-65) Forrest K. Geerken (Consul General 1965-66) Neil C. McManus (Consul General 1967-71) Grove W. Pemberthy (Consul General 1971-74) Peter Spicer (Consul General 1974-77) Charles R. Stout (Consul General 1977-80) Michael A. G. Michaud (Consul General 1980-83) Samuel Bartlett (Consul General 1983-86) Robert P. Myers, Jr. (Consul General 1986-89) Douglas B. Archard (Consul General 1989-93) Valentino E. Martinez (Consul General 1993-95) Kathleen Stephens (Consul General 1995-98) Jane Benton Fort (Consul General 1998-2001) Barbara Stephenson (Consul General 2001-04) Howard Dean Pittman (Consul General 2004)
   Londonderry: Thomas Davenport (Vice Consul 1830-33) Thomas Harvey (Vice Consul 1833-34) James Corscaden (Consul 1834-42) James McHenry (Consul 1842-45) James Cairns (Vice Consul 1844-55) Robert Loughead (Consul 1845-54) James Corscaden II (Vice Consul 1853-62) James Corscaden (Consular Agent 1854-56) James R. Smith, Jr. (Consul 1856-57) James Corscaden (Consular Agent 1857-58) Alexander Henderson (Consul 1858-61) Thomas McCunn (Consul 1861) James Corscaden (Consular Agent 1861-62) James Corscaden II (Vice Consul 1862-72) Alexander Henderson (Consul 1862-63) James Corscaden (Consular Agent 1863-71) Arthur Livermore (Consul 1870-86) James Stewart (Vice Consul as of 1884) Edward McAnaw (Consular Agent as of 1887) William Montgomery (Consular Agent as of 1888) P. T. Rodger (Consular Agent 1888-1905) Philip O'Hagan (Consular Agent 1908-20)
   Lurgan (Lurgan): Frederick W. Magahan (Consular Agent 1882-1908)
   Newry (Newry): Alexander F. Little (Vice Consul 1842-44) William R. Glenny (Vice Consul 1844-48) Charles Day (Vice Consul 1848-52) I. E. Carraher (Consular Agent 1861-62)

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