List of Ambassadors of the United Kingdom to Uruguay

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The Ambassador from the United Kingdom to Uruguay is in charge of the UK's diplomatic mission to Uruguay. The official title is Her Britannic Majesty's Ambassador to the Oriental Republic of Uruguay.

History[edit]

Geoffrey Jackson, the British ambassador to Uruguay, was kidnapped in January 1971. He spent eight months in captivity before being released for a ransom in September 1971.

List of heads of mission[edit]

Early diplomats[edit]

Minister Resident and Consul-General[edit]

Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary[edit]

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c J. Haydn, Book of Dignities (1851), 87.
  2. ^ thepeerage.com
  3. ^ G.C. Boase, Bruce, Sir Frederick William Adolphus Wright- (1814–1867), rev. H.C.G. Matthew, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004
  4. ^ The London Gazette, 11 October 1853
  5. ^ Raymond A. Jones, The British Diplomatic Service: 1815-1914
  6. ^ The London Gazette, 1 July 1879
  7. ^ Bernard Sasso, Monson, Sir Edmund John, first baronet (1834–1909), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004; online edn, Jan 2008
  8. ^ The London Gazette, 25 January 1884
  9. ^ The London Gazette, 28 December 1888
  10. ^ The London Gazette, 11 August 1893
  11. ^ The London Gazette, 22 May 1906
  12. ^ The London Gazette, 26 August 1913
  13. ^ The London Gazette, 19 August 1919
  14. ^ The London Gazette, 6 January 1925
  15. ^ The London Gazette, 25 November 1930
  16. ^ The London Gazette, 30 January 1934
  17. ^ The London Gazette, 14 October 1941
  18. ^ The London Gazette, 3 March 1944
  19. ^ The London Gazette, 6 June 1944
  20. ^ The London Gazette, 10 January 1950
  21. ^ The London Gazette, 17 January 1956
  22. ^ The London Gazette, 14 January 1958
  23. ^ The London Gazette, 26 January 1962
  24. ^ BRAIN, Sir (Henry) Norman, Who Was Who, A & C Black, 1920–2008; online edn, Oxford University Press, Dec 2012
  25. ^ a b c d e Previous Ambassadors to Uruguay (1961–2005) via archive.org
  26. ^ Wilton Park – Biographies of Conference Directors and Chief Executive via archive.org

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