Fenton Reuben Mccreery Edit Profile
Educated Michigan Military Academy and University of Michigan, class of 1888. Unmarried.
Clerk in the United States Consulate, Valparaiso, Chile, 1890-1891. Secretary legation Santiago, Chile, 1891-1893 (charge d’affaires about 4 months). Secretary legation and embassy, Mexico City, 1897-1906 (charge d’affaires, 1905-1906).
Appointed minister resident and consul general to Dominican Republic, January 10, 1907. Envoy Extraordinary anu Minister Plenipotentiary to Honduras, 1909-1911. Associated in advisory capacity with subcommittee United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations investigating Mexican affairs, August 3, 1912-February 10, 1913.
Traveled in Egypt, Palestine, Greece, February-August 1913. Lectured on Mexico and ancient races of America, 1915-1916. Captain American Red Cross, attached to office of commissioner for Europe (Paris), January-May 1918.
Speaker in Ohio and Michigan in 2d Red Cross drive, May 1918. Commissioned major, N.A., June 24, 1918. Detailed as military attache to American Embassy, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Served on General Staff, military intelligence division, Washington, September 3-October 29, 1919, honorary discharged. Traveled in Baltic States and Russia, 1929. Honorary vice chairman at large American Peace Centenary Committee, 1914-1915.
Delegate to Fourth Pan-American Conference, Washington, 1931.
Member executive council American Society International Law, 1923-1926. Member Michigan State Committee Young Men’s Christian Association, 1925.