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South America

U.S. consular officials in Uruguay

Honorary consuls in U.S. territories representing Uruguay

   Colonia: Benjamin D. Manton (Consul 1869-1906) — Manuel Caballero (Vice Consul as of 1897) — Garrett T. Ryan (Vice Consul 1898-99)
   Montevideo: William G. Miller (Consul 1811-25) — Joshua Bond (Consul 1825-34) — John Patrick (Consul 1834-38) — Robert M. Hamilton (Consul 1838-58) — Richard H. Gayle (Consul 1858-61) — Hiram Tuttle (Consul 1862-66) — Thomas W. Howard (Vice Consul 1877-1905) — Alexander L. Russell (Consul as of 1884) — Frank D. Hill (Consul 1890-93) — Edgar Schramm (Consul as of 1897) — Albert W. Swalm (Consul 1897-1903) — John E. Hopley (Consul 1903-05) — John W. O'Hara (Consul 1905-07) — James H. O'Hara (Vice & Deputy Consul 1907) — Frederic W. Goding (Consul 1907-13) — Thomas B. Van Horne (Vice Consul 1908) — Ralph J. Totten (Consul 1913-14) — Albert G. Ebert (Vice & Deputy Consul as of 1914) — John C. Terry (Vice Consul as of 1916-17) — Herman L. Spahr (Consul as of 1916-17) — William Dawson (Consul 1917-19) — Sherwood H. Avery (Vice Consul 1918-21) — Henry L. Fonda (Vice Consul 1918) — James V. Whitfield (Vice Consul as of 1919-20) — David J. D. Myers (Consul as of 1919-21) — Robert L. Jennison (Vice Consul as of 1921) — Edmund B. Montgomery (Vice Consul 1922) — Sherwood H. Avery (Vice Consul 1922) — Raymond H. Geist (Vice Consul 1922-23) — Thomas H. Bevan (Consul 1923-24) — Howard C. Tinsley (Vice Consul as of 1924-26) — O. Gaylord Marsh (Consul 1924-27) — Ronald D. Stevenson (Vice Consul as of 1924) — Raphael A. Manning (Vice Consul 1924-25) — Morris N. Hughes (Vice Consul as of 1926-29) — Clarence Carrigan (Consul General 1927-29) — Nathan Scarritt (Vice Consul 1927-29) — Prescott Childs (Vice Consul 1929) — Robert Newbegin (Vice Consul as of 1932) — Leslie E. Reed (Consul General as of 1932-38) — Waldo E. Bailey (Vice Consul as of 1932) — John C. Pool (Vice Consul as of 1932) — H. Bartlett Wells (Vice Consul as of 1934) — Aubrey E. Lippincott (Vice Consul as of 1934) — Augustin W. Ferrin (Consul 1935-40) — Hector C. Adam, Jr. (Vice Consul 1936-41) — Reginald Bragonier, Jr. (Vice Consul as of 1938-43) — Shiras Morris, Jr. (Vice Consul as of 1938-40) — Selden Chapin (Consul 1940) — Dudley G. Dwyre (Consul General as of 1940-43) — Stewart G. Anderson (Vice Consul 1941-43) — Edward J. Sparks (Consul as of 1943) — Duane B. Lueders (Vice Consul as of 1943) — Robert B. Memminger (Vice Consul as of 1943) — Robert Y. Brown (Consul as of 1943) — D. Harrison Smith (Vice Consul as of 1943) — Arthur B. Emmons III (Vice Consul as of 1943) — Richard H. Post (Vice Consul as of 1943) — James E. Brown, Jr. (Consul as of 1947)
   Paysandú: John G. Hufnagel (Consular Agent 1884) — John G. Hufnagel (Commercial Agent 1891-99) — George A. Hufnagel (Vice Commercial Agent 1892-99)
   Albany, N.Y.: Guillermo A. Saxton (Vice Consul as of 1914)
   Apalachicola, Fla.: Antoine J. Murat (Vice Consul 1895-1903) Solomon M. Brash (Vice Consul 1905-07)
   Baltimore, Md.: Léonce Rabillon (Consul 1892-1914) Augusto Francisco Pablo du Pont (Consul 1921-22) John Phelps (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1934-40) Edmundo Novoa (Honorary Consul as of 1940) Eduardo Iglesias (Honorary Consul as of 1948)
   Bangor, Maine: Rowland W. Stewart (Vice Consul 1894-1903)
   Boston, Mass.: Arthur Carroll (Vice Consul 1876-1903) Charles Hall Adams (Vice Consul 1905-07) Max Otto von Klock (Consul as of 1914) William A. Mosman (Honorary Consul 1920-48) Eduardo Hector Armanino (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1948)
   Brunswick, Ga.: Henry T. Dunn (Vice Consul 1883-1900) Rosendo Torrás (Vice Consul 1901-03)
   Buffalo, N.Y.: León L. Lancaster (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1926-48)
   Calais, Maine: William A. Murchie (Vice Consul 1879-1907)
   Charleston, S.C.: Charles F. Huchet (Vice Consul 1892-1902) Antonio Gastaver (Vice Consul 1903-07) Girdler Branch Fitch (Honorary Consul as of 1948)
   Chicago, Ill.: Carlos C. Turner (Consul 1892-1903) Carlos C. Turner (Consul 1903-UZ ) Juan Moffitt (Consul 1904-07) Rodolfo Carlos Lebret (Honorary Consul as of 1934-48)
   Cincinnati, Ohio: Edward F. Peters (Vice Consul 1902-07)
   Fernandina, Fla.: Nathaniel B. Borden (Vice Consul 1894-95) George L. Baltzell (Vice Consul 1901-07)
   Galveston, Tex.: Henry Schroeder (Honorary Vice Consul 1902-48)
   Hollywood, Calif.: Carlos Barbé (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1940-48)
   Jacksonville & Fernandina, Fla.: Raymond A. MacDonell (Vice Consul 1923)
   Jacksonville, Fla.: W. R. Lovett (Honorary Consul as of 1948)
   Kansas City, Mo.-Kan.: Gabriel Madrid=Hernandez (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1914-35)
   Los Angeles, Calif.: Robert E. Tracey (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1929) Robert E. Tracey (Honorary Consul as of 1934-40)
   Manila, Philippine Islands: Rodolfo Schneckenburger (Honorary Consul as of 1935)
   Mayagüez, P.R.: Guillermo H. Moscoso (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1934-40)
   Mobile, Ala.: Luis M. Moragues (Vice Consul 1897-1903) Juan Llorca Marty (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1935-40)
   New Orleans, La.: Gilbert H. Green (Vice Consul 1892-1907) Henry L. Lange (Consul 1919-40) Juan José Calandria (Honorary Consul as of 1948)
   New York, N.Y.: Wallace B. Flint (Consul 1892) Thomas A. Eddy (Consul 1892-1903) Wallace B. Flint (Vice Consul 1896-1903) Alfredo Metz Green (Consul 1907) Henry H. Jennings (Vice Consul as of 1914) Angel Magaña (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1948)
   Norfolk, Va.: James Haughton (Vice Consul 1892-97) Charles M. Barnett (Vice Consul 1898-1907) Aubrey G. Bailey (Vice Consul as of 1914) E. J. Rudgard Wigg (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1926-48)
   Pascagoula, Miss.: Hubert F. Krebs (Vice Consul 1893-94) Manuel Ros (Vice Consul as of 1914)
   Pensacola, Fla.: Stephen A. Moreno (Vice Consul 1873-77) Thomas Campbell Watson (Vice Consul 1877-1903) Jaime C. Watson (Vice Consul 1905-07) Vincent J. Vidal (Commercial Agent 1913-23) Vincent J. Vidal (Honorary Vice Consul 1926-41)
   Philadelphia, Pa.: Eduardo Fornias (Consul 1892-1900) Rodman Wanamaker (Consul as of 1914-26) Alberto Secco=Ellauri (Honorary Consul as of 1934-40)
   Pittsburgh, Pa.: Max Davidsohn (Honorary Consul as of 1948)
   Ponce, P.R.: Carlos Armstrong (Vice Consul 1906-07)
   Port Arthur & Sabine Pass, Tex.: Juan R. Adams (Vice Consul 1902-07)
   Port Arthur, Tex.: Alfonso A. Schreck (Vice Consul as of 1926) Fernando Pró (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1934-40)
   Portland, Maine: Andrew Spring (Consul 1871-76) Samuel E. Spring (Vice Consul 1876-77) James E. Marrett (Consul 1892-1908) James E. Marrett (Consul 1915-22) James E. Marrett (Consul 1922-UZ )
   Portland, Ore.: John H. Lothrop (Honorary Vice Consul 1923-48)
   Richmond, Va.: H. R. Baldwin (Vice Consul 1875-90) H. R. Baldwin (Vice Consul 1890-UZ ) George Barksdale (Vice Consul 1892-1907)
   SAINT Thomas, V.I.: Cyril E. Daniel (Vice Consul as of 1926)
   San Diego, Calif.: Mauricio Herschel (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1934-40)
   San Francisco, Calif.: J. Dalzell Brown (Honorary Consul 1907) Manuel Rivera (Honorary Consul as of 1934-40) Humberto Viglione (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1948)
   San Juan, P.R.: Carlos Conde (Honorary Consul 1906-07) Manuel Gomez=Lopez (Honorary Consul as of 1934-48)
   Savannah, Ga.: William G. Morrell (Consul 1900-02)
   Scranton, Miss.: Vicente Ros (Vice Consul 1895-1903)
   Seattle, Wash.: Adolfo Bracons (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1934-35) Adolfo Bracons (Honorary Consul as of 1940-48)
   Tallahassee, Fla.: Allen Morris (Honorary Consul as of 1948)
   Tampa, Fla.: Joseph Steven Walker (Honorary Vice Consul as of 1934-40)
   Wilmington, N.C.: William N. Harriss (Vice Consul 1892-97)
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