Apostolic Succession of the Byelorussian Patriarchate

Antoniadis [Andon] Yahon (Hierotheos [Jerotheu]) of Mount Athos
Plenipotentiary Exarch for Albania, Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople
Metropolitan of Korca, Orthodox Autocephalous Church of Albania (1923)
On 21 November 1923 (old style), assisted by Kristofor (Sotirios Kisi), Metropolitan of Berat in the Orthodox Autocephalous Church of Albania, at the Cathedral of St. George in Korcha, Albania, he consecrated by the authority of the Ecumenical Patriarch:

Theophan (Fan) Stylian Noli (1882-1965)
Metropolitan of Durres, Bishop of Korca and presiding bishop of the Orthodox Autocephalous Church of Albania (1923) (the autocephaly of this church was recognized by the Ecumenical Patriarchate on 12 April 1937)
On 25 August 1934 with Christopher Contogeorge [Kontogiorgios] (1894-1950), Bishop of Philadelphia, American Orthodox Catholic Church (later Metropolitan of Pentapolis and Exarch for America, Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria, Egypt and All Africa (1947)), at the Church of St John the Baptist, New York City, he consecrated:

Arsenios Saltas (1888-1955)
Metropolitan, Autocephalous Greek Eastern Orthodox Catholic Apostolic Church of North America (1934)
Exarch for America, Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria, Egypt and All Africa (1954)
In 1935, assisted by Archbishop Nicholas [Nikolaj] J. Kedroff [Kedrovskij], Archbishop of North America and the Aleutian Islands of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad and Archbishop-Exarch [Benjamin] Veniamin (Ioann Athanasievich Fedchenkov), Archbishop of North America and the Aleutian Islands of the North American Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church outside Russia, at the Russian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Nicholas, 15 East 97th Street, New York City, he consecrated:

Joseph Klimovich [Klimovicz or Klymowycz] (1880-1961)
Patriarch, The Orthodox Catholic Patriarchate of America (1950)
On 15 October 1950, assisted by Patriarch Konstantin Jaroshevitch and Bishop Nicholas Bohatyretz, both of the Orthodox Catholic Patriarchate of America, and Archbishop-Primate Jósef Zielonka and Bishop Peter Williamowicz, both of the Polish Old Catholic Church of America and Europe, at Ss. Peter and Paul Orthodox Church, Springfield, Mass., he consecrated:

Peter (II) Andreas Zhurawetsky (1901-94)
Patriarch, The Orthodox Catholic Patriarchate of America (1957)
Patriarch, Byelorussian Patriarchate of St Andrew the First-Called Apostle
On 1 July 1961, Patriarch Zhurawetsky assisted by Archbishop Hubert Augustus Rogers (1887-1976), Primate of the North American Old Roman Catholic Church and Bishop James Hubert Rogers (1920-91) of the NAORCC, at the Russian Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity and St. Olga, New Brunswick, New Jersey, consecrated:

Robert Gerald John Schuyler Zeiger (1929-99)
Primate, American Orthodox Catholic Church (1961) (in full communion with Patriarch Peter II)
On 14 June 1994, Archbishop Zeiger consecrated:

Nils Bertil Alexander Persson (1941-)
Third Primate of the Apostolic Episcopal Church (1986-98) (in full communion with Patriarch Peter II)
On 23 November 2008, Archbishop Persson assisted by Archbishop Paget Mack of the AEC and Archbishop Phillip Lewis, Primate of the Ethiopian Orthodox Coptic Church of North and South America and Europe, at Golders Green Unitarian Church, London, England, consecrated:

Edmond John Kersey (1972-)
Ecclesiast of All Byelorussia of the Byelorussian Patriarchate of St Andrew the First-Called Apostle (2015-)
Fifth Primate of the Apostolic Episcopal Church and Catholicos of the West (2015-)
Eighth Prince-Abbot of San Luigi (2011-)

Consecration of Archbishop Robert Zeiger by Patriarch Peter II, 1961.

Consecration of Archbishop Robert Zeiger by Patriarch Peter II, 1961.

Consecration certificate of Archbishop Bertil Persson by Archbishop Robert S. Zeiger, 1994.

Consecration certificate of Archbishop Bertil Persson by Archbishop Robert S. Zeiger, 1994.

Consecration of Archbishop John Kersey (now Prince Edmond of Miensk) by Archbishop Bertil Persson, 2008.

Consecration of Archbishop John Kersey (now Prince Edmond of Miensk) by Archbishop Bertil Persson, 2008.

Article from the Denver Catholic Register (a Roman Catholic periodical) confirming the validity of Archbishop Zeiger's Holy Orders.

Article from the Denver Catholic Register (a Roman Catholic periodical) confirming the validity of Archbishop Zeiger’s Holy Orders.