John [Jack] E. Holman, OCL (current bishop) consecrated 15 March 1969, by Walter X. Brown, assisted by Robert Francis Bishop.
Walter X. Brown (Old Catholic Church in America) consecrated 26 August 1963, by Francis Xavier Resch, assisted by George Dunstan Hinkson.
Francis Xavier Resch (Old Catholic Church in America) consecrated 8 December 1940, by Carmel Henry Carfora.
Carmel Henry Carfora (North American Old Roman Catholic) consecrated 4 October 1916, by Rudolf de Landis Berghes, assisted by William Henry Francis Brothers.
Rudolf de Landis Berghes (North American Old Roman Catholic) consecrated 29 June 1913, by Arnold Harris Mathew.
Arnold H. Mathew (Old Roman Catholic Church of Great Britain) consecrated on 28 April 1908, by Gerardus Gul, assisted by J. J. Van Thiel, N. B. P. Spit, and J. Demmel.
Geradus Gul (Archbishop of Utrecht - Utrecht Union) - consecrated on 11 May 1892, by C.J. Rinkel
Gaspard Johannes Rinkel (Old Catholic bishop of Haarlem) consecrated on 11 August 1873 by Herman Haykamp
Herman Heykamp (Old Catholic bishop of Deventer) consecrated on 17 July 1854 by Johannes van Santen
Johannes van Santen (Old Catholic Archbishop of Utrecht) consecrated on 14 June 1825 by Johannes Bon
Johannes Bon (Old Catholic bishop of Haarlem) consecrated on 12 April 1819 by Willibrord van Os
Willibrord van Os (Old Catholic Archbishop of Utrecht) consecrated on 24 April 1814 by Gisbert Cornelius de Jong
Gisbert Cornelius de Jong (Old Catholic bishop of Deventer) consecrated on 7 November 1805 by Jonhannes Jacobus van Rhijn
Jonhannes Jacobus van Rhijn (Old Catholic Archbishop of Utrecht) consecrated on 5 July 1797 by Adrian Johannes Broekman
Adrian Johannes Broekman (Old Catholic bishop of Hararlem) consecrated on 21 June 1778 by Walter Michael Nieuwenhuisen
Walter Michael van Nieuwenhuisen (Old Catholic Archbishop of Utrecht) consecrated on 7 February by Jonhannes van Stiphout
Johannes van Stiphout (Old Catholic bishop of Haarlem) consecrated on 11 July 1745 by Petrus Johannes Meindarts
Petrus Jonhannes Meindarts (Old Catholic Archbishop of Utrecht) consecrated on 17 October 1739 by Dominic Marie Varlet
Dominic Marie Varlet was the Roman Catholic bishop of Babylon, in Partibus
Prior to this the succession is through the Roman Catholic church.
Note that many of these bishops were consecrated by a single bishop because of political situations. See: A History of the So-called Jansenist Church of Holland: A Sketch of its Earlier Annals and some account of the Brothers of the Common Life, for a detailed discussion of this situation. Also there were three Archbishops in the early years of the Utrecht experience that died without consecrating other bishops, leaving the episcopate in the Netherlands vacant. This almost caused the Succession to die out in the Netherlands. Each time this happened, bishop Varlet agreed to consecrate a replacement. The leading theologians and historians of the time examined this procedure and stated that it was valid. When Roman authorities challenged this, the theologians responded with the notation that if a solitary bishop was not sufficient for consecration of other bishops then the entire Apostolic Succession was non-existant, noting specific instances within the Roman church. The Romans had to concede the point.