William A. Rublee Dead
Consul General at Hongkong and 20 Years in Consular Service
HONGKONG, April 15 -- William A. Rublee, United States Consul General at Hongkong died today of peritonitis.
Mr. Rublee was appointed Consul General at Hongkong May 17, 1900. He was educated at Phillips-Exeter Academy and at Harvard University. After his graduation he entered the editorial field and was at one time Vice President and Director of The Milwaukee Sentinel Company. He then entered the Consular service and was appointed Consul at Prague June 6, 1890. He retired Nov. 9, 1893 and was appointed Consul General at Hongkong March 2, 1901. He was transferred Sept. 15, 1902 as Consul General at Havana and on March 26, 1903, as Consul General at Vienna. He was 49 years old.
Katharine Smith Rogers Dunlevy
1878–1959 (m. 1896)
Gravesite Details Date of Burial: 6/16/1910, Military: none, Race: White,,, Father:, Mother:, Death Place:, Birth Place: American, Cause:, Occupation: Ref: Cemetery Records
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