Thomas Westbrook Waldron (consul)

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  1. Wreath laying
  2. Gravestone, "Old Protestant Cemetery in Macau" accessed November 21, 2010
  3. "Evening Journal", "Exploring Expedition", June 13, 1842, accessed May 30, 2014
  4. 1 2 3 "Ceremony Recalls Fallen Diplomats", State Magazine (Oct 2009), p.8. Accessed September 5, 2010
  5. 1 2 3 "American Foreign Service Association's Memorial Plaque Ceremony" Hillary Rodham Clinton, Secretary of State, C Street Lobby, Washington, D.C., May 1, 2009
  6. 1 2 Howard, Cecil Hampden Cutts (1892). Genealogy of the Cutts family in America. Boston Public Library. Albany, N. Y., J. Munsell's sons.
  7. ‘was probably intended for Thomas W. Waldron, Captain’s Clerk of the brig Porpoise of the expedition. However, it is possible that two men were honored in the one name as R. R. Waldron was Purser of the Vincennes, another vessel of the expedition.’ (Meany, E. S. (1923)). Origin of Washington Geographic Names, University of Washington Press, Seattle. as cited in Patrick J. M. Waldron, "Waldron Family History", June 30, 2009, pp.5, 8 at: http://www.binary.co.nz/WALDRON3.PDF accessed September 5, 2010
  8. United States. Congress. Senate Journal of the executive proceedings of the Senate of the United ..., Volume 6 accessed November 21, 2010
  9. Speeches and Articles by Former Consul General Joseph R. Donovan Jr. Macau-U.S. Relations--A Retrospective --Joseph R. Donovan Jr. Consul General of the United States of America For the University of Macau's Distinguished Diplomatic & Consular Speakers' Series Thursday, May 14, 2009 After Signing Ceremony of Renewal of the UMac-USCG Letter of Understanding on the American Corner at the UMac Library At: http://hongkong.usconsulate.gov/cg_jd2009051401.html accessed September 6, 2010
  10. Ride, Lindsay; Ride, May; Mellor, Bernard (November 1, 1995). An East India Company Cemetery: Protestant Burials in Macao. Hong Kong University Press. ISBN   978-962-209-384-3.
  11. Waldron Island 'was probably intended for Thomas W. Waldron, Captain's Clerk of the brig Porpoise of the expedition. However, it is possible that two men were honored in the one name as R. R. Waldron was Purser of the Vincennes, another vessel of the expedition.' (Meany, E. S. (1923). Origin of Washington Geographic Names, University of Washington Press, Seattle. as cited in Patrick J. M. Waldron, "Waldron Family History", June 30, 2009, pp.5, 8 at: http://www.binary.co.nz/WALDRON3.
Thomas W. Waldron
Consul General Joseph Donovan places wreath on the grave of Thomas W Waldron, first US consul to Hong Kong.JPG
Wreath laying at Waldron's grave [1]
United States Consul to Hong Kong and Macau
In office
July 21, 1843 September 8, 1844