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    Preface

    The period from 1994 to 2007—little more than a decade in the several hundred years the United States Congress has been in existence—was a remarkable time. This branch of the federal government, which was much more at the forefront of the Founders’ thinking than the other two, saw dramatic events and experienced important change. And yet, at the same time, much remained the same. Political parties vied for supremacy, legislation was passed, vast sums of money were appropriated, scandals occurred, and the public’s view of Congress—if the polls were to be believed—remained low.

    The beginning of this period, 1994, marked the Republican ascendancy when the Grand Old Party (GOP) captured the House for the first time in forty years. Their majority lasted until 2007 when the Democrats returned to power. The Senate during this period also was largely under Republican control, as was the White House after the 2000 elections. It was thus a Republican period, and the GOP took full advantage of the situation.

    With Congress in their hands Republicans, primarily in the House, swept away cobwebs from years of Democratic control. They instituted changes in the distribution of power that over the period significantly strengthened the ability of the leadership to control the chamber and enact the majority party’s agenda, which after 2000 included the White House’s agenda. It was by no means an unstoppable juggernaut because the Senate—an institution designed to slow or halt action rather than to expedite it, and to protect each member’s right to influence the legislative process—served to mitigate the lock-step march of the House and the White House in legislation and in the prospect of a permanent Republican majority.

    This period was defined by a deep partisan divide between Republicans and Democrats over philosophy of government, legislative priorities, and fundamental political agendas. The differences were exacerbated in the late 1990s by Republican hostility, primarily in the House, toward Democratic president Bill Clinton. This hostility, which led to the House impeachment of Clinton and a lopsided acquittal by the Senate, presaged the bitterness that came in the 2000 elections when George W. Bush won the White House after recounts of disputed vote tallies in Florida were halted by a Supreme Court 5–4 decision. That set the stage for deepening partisanship over the next six years as Republicans, in control of both chambers much of that time, pushed to enact their agenda. In many ways they were successful, but at a cost of heavy-handed use of rules and political muscle that in part led two long-time scholars of the institution to call Congress “the broken branch.”

    To be sure, the first years of the twenty-first century were marked by unusually dramatic events that affected the nation’s military capacity, national security, and foreign policy stance in the world, all of which deeply influenced the actions of both Democrats and Republicans. At the center were the attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C., on September 11, 2001, followed by wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, both of which still loomed large in 2007.

    Although the wars, homeland security, and the Bush administration’s articulation of a muscular American foreign policy were the central issues of the period, there were many others that came before Congress. Republicans aggressively pushed coveted agenda items, many of which had been thwarted by the Democrats in the past, including major tax cuts, expansive military spending, and a litany of business-favored bills on economic issues such as energy policy, bankruptcy, and tort law. In addition many polarizing social and cultural issues such as abortion, stem cell research, gay marriage, and immigration were kept in the limelight by the GOP because most were highly important to the party’s base of conservative voters.

    Much of the congressional activity in the period after Bush was elected, even if small, fell within the normal expectations for a party in the majority. Legislators in majority parties are expected to enact their agenda. Republicans during the period were eager to do just that, but long the way they deepened the partisanship and, in the view of some scholars, ultimately weakened some of Congress’s institutional strengths, particularly oversight of the executive. Republican leaders chose not to challenge the aggressive push by top Bush administration officials to aggregate increasing amounts of authority in the presidency. Although some Republicans—as well as most Democrats—had begun to question the wisdom and even the strategy of the Iraq War before 2006, the midterm elections that year effectively turned Congress’s relationship with the presidency around, making it an equal branch of government. On taking control of both chambers in 2007, Democrats quickly began a forceful examination of the Bush administration’s policies and practices. And the partisan divide on Capitol Hill only deepened.

    The stark partisanship that permeated the 1990s and the start of the new century reflected GOP animosity toward Clinton, followed by Democratic animosity toward Bush. But in a larger sense the partisanship that ran through much of Congress’s activity reflected changes in the political parties, which were increasingly dominated by narrow slices of the electorate with deeply held convictions on political values. Those with conservative values, many of them religiously grounded, became Republican activists, and those with liberal views did the same in the Democratic Party. Increasingly absent in Congress was the middle ground that in the past had provided some barriers to outright political warfare and created a place where compromises were more readily worked out.

    Also contributing to the difficult times in Congress was the nature of the majority leadership. In the House, Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga., in the 1990s briefly shone brightly as a GOP revolutionary leader, but he soon was seen as lacking in institutional skills of leadership. He was replaced by J. Dennis Hastert, R-Ill., an affable and consensus Speaker but one who operated on the strengths of Majority Leader Tom DeLay, R-Texas. DeLay took pride in his nickname of “the Hammer” for his iron-fisted ability to corral winning vote margins and keep GOP troops marching together. In the Senate, the GOP leadership for much of the first decade of the twenty-first century went to Bill Frist, R-Tenn., who was a relative newcomer among senators and never a part of the inner circle in the clubby atmosphere of the chamber. He considered his first loyalty to be to the White House, not what he saw as the tradition-bound Senate. His perceived ambition to run for the presidency also left him with limited influence among colleagues on both sides of the aisle. Democrats, too, had tough and often uncompromising leaders, but their job in the minority was to rally their members to effective opposition to Bush and the Republican majority.

    By 2007 the holy grail for Republicans—a permanent GOP majority—seemed as remote as it ever was. But the reality, as seen in the relatively close elections of the new century, was that Congress reflected the nearly evenly divided nation as a whole. The Democratic resurgence was grounded in growing frustration among voters with the costly ongoing war in Iraq. Congressional scandals—some monetary, some personal, but all mostly affecting Republicans—contributed to voter disenchantment with the GOP.

    The scene in January 2007 as Democrats celebrated their return to power in Congress was much like the jubilation of the Republicans in 1995 with their takeover of both houses for the first time since 1953. Added to the drama was the history-making election of Nancy Pelosi of California as the first female Speaker of the House, which put her second in the line of succession to the presidency. As House minority leader John A. Boehner of Ohio graciously handed the Speaker’s gavel to Pelosi he added a note of caution for the new leader, no doubt learned from his own party’s defeat: “If there is one lesson that stands out from our party’s time in the majority, it is this: A congressional majority is simply a means to an end. The value of a majority lies not in the chance to wield great power but in the chance to do great things.”

    The Guide to Congress, sixth edition, will help readers understand Congress as a vital institution in American political life. The editors of CQ Press hope the reader will come away with a better appreciation of Congress as a continuing institution that has functioned for more than two hundred years in a generally beneficial way for a changing nation. The core of the two-volume Guide can be found in the first three sections: history, powers, and procedures of the institution. These are followed by examination of related subjects such as pressures on Congress; pay, housing, qualifications, and ethics of members; and how Congress is elected. The Guide has an extensive appendix providing a myriad of factual details about the institution, members, and elections, and each volume contains the comprehensive index that covers both volumes.

    All chapters and tables have been updated to reflect developments since the fifth edition was published in 1999, but this resource is just as valuable for its historical and institutional coverage as it is for recent additions. Hundreds of individuals have lent their time, knowledge, and advice to this work since the first edition was published in 1971. The sixth edition was prepared under the direction of the following CQ Press Reference publishing staff members: Doug Goldenberg-Hart, acquisitions editor; Joan Gossett, managing editor; Nancy Matuszak, project editor; and January Layman-Wood, senior development editor. Senior project editor Robin Surratt and production editors Belinda Josey and Sarah Fell also contributed. David Tarr, former Congressional Quarterly and CQ Press senior editor and long time sponsoring editor for the Guide, provided invaluable assistance in planning the update.

    Authors who contributed to this edition and earlier editions are listed on pages xix and xx. The bibliographies were compiled by Fenton Martin of Indiana University. The appendices were prepared under the supervision of January Layman-Wood, who was assisted in research by Tim Arnquist, Lisa Baldesweiler, Kyle Butts, Victoria DeVaux, Doug Goldenberg-Hart, and Anna Schardt. Tim Arnquist and Paige Maslen updated the biographical index of the members of Congress. Ilya Plotkin and Tony Rock provided additional editorial support.

    Colleen McGuiness, Nancy Matuszak, and Shannon Kelly served as copyeditors on this edition; Inge Lockwood and Lawrence Baker were proofreaders; and Harris Indexing Services provided the index. The cover designer was McGaughy Design and the compositor was Judy Myers.

    The editors wish also to thank congressional experts who gave generously of their time to comment on material in the sixth and previous editions: Paul E. Dwyer, Michael Koempel, Walter J. Oleszek, Paul Rundquist, and Judy Schneider, all of the Congressional Research Service; Christopher J. Deering of George Washington University; Michael Nelson of Rhodes College; and John Cranford of Congressional Quarterly.

    CQ Press Editors

    Contributors to the Guide to Congress, Sixth Edition

    These authors have updated the following chapters for this edition:

    • Jonathan Allen 14 Party Leadership in Congress15 The Legislative Process
    • Ida A. Brudnick 27 Pay and Honoraria28 Allowances and Other Benefits
    • John Cranford 4 Power of the Purse
    • Christopher J. Deering 16 The Committee System
    • Doug Goldenberg-Hart 8 Regulation of Commerce33 Reapportionment and Redistricting
    • David Hosansky 1 Constitutional Beginnings2 History of the House3 History of the Senate11 Power to Select the President13 Miscellaneous Powers18 Constituency Pressures
    • Deborah Kalb 12 Seat of Government24 Capitol and Office Buildings25 Library of Congress26 Supporting Organizations
    • Christine C. Lawrence 17 Congressional Staff
    • Tony Mauro 22 The Supreme Court
    • Colleen McGuiness 34 Seating and Disciplining Members35 Ethics and Criminal Prosecutions
    • Ann O’Connor 5 Foreign Policy Powers32 Campaign Financing
    • Peter Overby 23 Lobbying
    • David Rapp 21 The President
    • Julie Rovner 20 Internal Pressures
    • David R. Tarr 6 Congressional Investigations7 The Senate’s Confirmation Power9 Impeachment Power10 Constitutional Amendments29 Who Elects Congress30 Political Parties and Elections31 Who Gets Elected
    • Elizabeth Wasserman 19 The Media

    Contributors to Previous Editions of the Guide to Congress

    Since the first edition of the Guide to Congress was published in 1971, many individuals have been involved with the undertaking. CQ Press editors acknowledge and thank the many people who created the first Guide and kept it current in subsequent editions. Most important are two people who were present at the creation: William Korns, who conceived the plan for the first edition and wrote a number of its chapters, and Mary Wilson Cohn, who was a major contributor to the first and subsequent editions and served as editor of the fourth edition. Other major contributors to previous editions include Irwin B. Arieff, Thomas J. Arrandale, Prentice Bowsher, Michael Carson, Sandy Chizinsky, Rhodes Cook, Jan Danis, Ron dePaolo, Phil Duncan, William Gerber, Grace Hill, Martha V. Gottron, Sari Horwitz, David Hosansky, Ed Johnson, Kenneth Jost, Chris Karlsten, Melissa Kaye, Kerry Kern, Nancy Lammers, Christine C. Lawrence, Sabra Ledent, Bert Levine, Nola Lynch, Colleen McGuiness, Mary McNeil, Jack McWethy, John L. Moore, Warden Moxley, Ann O’Connor, John Pierson, Betsy Palmer, James Phillips, Matthew Pinkus, Jon Preimesberger, Georgiana Rathbun, Tom Roche, Park Teter, Margaret C. Thompson, James R. Wagner, Elder Witt, Michael Wormser, and Richard Worsnop.

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    Members of Congress - A

    Aandahl, Fred George (R N.D.) April 9, 1897–April 7, 1966; House 1951–53; Gov. Jan. 4, 1945–Jan. 3, 1951.

    Abbitt, Watkins Moorman (D Va.) May 21, 1908–July 13, 1998; House Feb. 17, 1948–73.

    Abbot, Joel (R Ga.) March 17, 1776–Nov. 19, 1826; House 1817–25.

    Abbott, Amos (W Mass.) Sept. 10, 1786–Nov. 2, 1868; House 1843–49.

    Abbott, Joseph (D Texas) Jan. 15, 1840–Feb. 11, 1908; House 1887–97.

    Abbott, Joseph Carter (R N.C.) July 15, 1825–Oct. 8, 1881; Senate July 14, 1868–71.

    Abbott, Josiah Gardner (D Mass.) Nov. 1, 1814–June 2, 1891; House July 28, 1876–77.

    Abbott, Nehemiah (R Maine) March 29, 1804–July 26, 1877; House 1857–59.

    Abdnor, James (R S.D.) Feb. 13, 1923–; House 1973–81; Senate 1981–87.

    Abel, Hazel Hempell (R Neb.) July 10, 1888–July 30, 1966; Senate Nov. 8–Dec. 31, 1954.

    Abele, Homer E. (R Ohio) Nov. 21, 1916–May 12, 2000; House 1963–65.

    Abercrombie, James (UW Ala.) 1795–July 2, 1861; House 1851–55.

    Abercrombie, John William (D Ala.) May 17, 1866–July 2, 1940; House 1913–17.

    Abercrombie, Neil (D Hawaii) June 26, 1938–; House Sept. 23, 1986–87, 1991–.

    Abernethy, Charles Laban (D N.C.) March 18, 1872–Feb. 23, 1955; House Nov. 7, 1922–35.

    Abernethy, Thomas Gerstle (D Miss.) May 16, 1903–June 11, 1998; House 1943–73.

    Abourezk, James George (D S.D.) Feb. 24, 1931–; House 1971–73; Senate 1973–79.

    Abraham, Spencer (R Mich.) June 12, 1952–; Senate 1995–2000; secretary of energy Jan. 20, 2001–Feb. 1, 2005.

    Abzug, Bella Savitzky (D N.Y.) July 24, 1920–March 31, 1998; House 1971–77.

    Acevedo-Vila, Anibal (D P.R.) Feb. 13, 1962–; House (Res. Comm.) 2001–05.

    Acheson, Ernest Francis (R Pa.) Sept. 19, 1855–May 16, 1917; House 1895–1909.

    Acker, Ephraim Leister (D Pa.) Jan. 11, 1827–May 12, 1903; House 1871–73.

    Ackerman, Ernest Robinson (R N.J.) June 17, 1863–Oct. 18, 1931; House 1919–Oct. 18, 1931.

    Ackerman, Gary Leonard (D N.Y.) Nov. 19, 1942–; House March 1, 1983–.

    Acklen, Joseph Hayes (D La.) May 20, 1850–Sept. 28, 1938; House Feb. 20, 1878–81.

    Adair, Edwin Ross (R Ind.) Dec. 14, 1907–May 5, 1983; House 1951–71.

    Adair, Jackson Leroy (D Ill.) Feb. 23, 1887–Jan. 19, 1956; House 1933–37.

    Adair, John (J Ky.) Jan. 9, 1757–May 19, 1840; Senate Nov. 8, 1805–Nov. 18, 1806 (no party); House 1831–33; Gov. June 1, 1820–June 1, 1824 (Democratic Republican).

    Adair, John Alfred McDowell (D Ind.) Dec. 22, 1864–Oct. 5, 1938; House 1907–17.

    Adams, Alva Blanchard (D Colo.) Oct. 29, 1875–Dec. 1, 1941; Senate May 17, 1923–Nov. 30, 1924, 1933–Dec. 1, 1941.

    Adams, Benjamin (F Mass.) Dec. 16, 1764–March 28, 1837; House Dec. 2, 1816–21.

    Adams, Brockman “Brock” (D Wash.) Jan. 13, 1927–Sept. 10, 2004; House 1965–Jan. 22, 1977; chair House Budget 1975–77; Senate 1987–93; secretary of transportation Jan. 23, 1977–July 22, 1979.

    Adams, Charles Francis (son of John Quincy Adams, grandson of Pres. John Adams) (R Mass.) Aug. 18, 1807–Nov. 21, 1886; House 1859–May 1, 1861.

    Adams, Charles Henry (R N.Y.) April 10, 1824–Dec. 15, 1902; House 1875–77.

    Adams, George Everett (R Ill.) June 18, 1840–Oct. 5, 1917; House 1883–91.

    Adams, George Madison (nephew of Green Adams) (D Ky.) Dec. 20, 1837–April 6, 1920; House 1867–75.

    Adams, Green (uncle of George Madison Adams) (O Ky.) Aug. 20, 1812–Jan. 18, 1884; House 1847–49 (Whig), 1859–61.

    Adams, Henry Cullen (R Wis.) Nov. 28, 1850–July 9, 1906; House 1903–July 9, 1906.

    Adams, John (J N.Y.) Aug. 26, 1778–Sept. 25, 1854; House March 4–Dec. 26, 1815 (Republican), 1833–35.

    Adams, John Joseph (D N.Y.) Sept. 16, 1848–Feb. 16, 1919; House 1883–87.

    Adams, John Quincy (son of Pres. John Adams, father of Charles Francis Adams) (F Mass.) July 11, 1767–Feb. 23, 1848; Senate 1803–June 8, 1808; House 1831–Feb. 23, 1848; secretary of state Sept. 22, 1817–March 3, 1825; president 1825–29 (Democratic Republican).

    Adams, Parmenio (– N.Y.) Sept. 9, 1776–Feb. 19, 1832; House Jan. 7, 1824–27.

    Adams, Robert Jr. (R Pa.) Feb. 26, 1849–June 1, 1906; House Dec. 19, 1893–June 1, 1906.

    Adams, Robert Huntington (J Miss.) 1792–July 2, 1830; Senate Jan. 6, 1830–July 2, 1830.

    Adams, Sherman (R N.H.) Jan. 8, 1899–Oct. 27, 1986; House 1945–47; Gov. Jan. 6, 1949–Jan. 1, 1953.

    Adams, Silas (R Ky.) Feb. 9, 1839–May 5, 1896; House 1893–95.

    Adams, Stephen (D Miss.) Oct. 17, 1807–May 11, 1857; House 1845–47; Senate March 17, 1852–57.

    Adams, Wilbur Louis (D Del.) Oct. 23, 1884–Dec. 4, 1937; House 1933–35.

    Adamson, William Charles (D Ga.) Aug. 13, 1854–Jan. 3, 1929; House 1897–Dec. 18, 1917.

    Addabbo, Joseph Patrick (D N.Y.) March 17, 1925–April 10, 1986; House 1961–April 10, 1986.

    Addams, William (D Pa.) April 11, 1777–May 30, 1858; House 1825–29.

    Addonizio, Hugh Joseph (D N.J.) Jan. 31, 1914–Feb. 2, 1981; House 1949–June 30, 1962.

    Aderholt, Robert B. (R Ala.) July 22, 1965–; House 1997–.

    Adgate, Asa (R N.Y.) Nov. 17, 1767–Feb. 15, 1832; House June 7, 1815–17.

    Adkins, Charles (R Ill.) Feb. 7, 1863–March 31, 1941; House 1925–33.

    Adrain, Garnett Bowditch (ALD N.J.) Dec. 15, 1815–Aug. 17, 1878; House 1857–61 (1857–59 Democrat).

    Ahl, John Alexander (D Pa.) Aug. 16, 1813–April 25, 1882; House 1857–59.

    Aiken, David Wyatt (father of Wyatt Aiken, cousin of William Aiken) (D S.C.) March 17, 1828–April 6, 1887; House 1877–87.

    Aiken, George David (R Vt.) Aug. 20, 1892–Nov. 19, 1984; Senate Jan. 10, 1941–75; chair Senate Expenditures in the Exec. Depts. 1947–49; chair Senate Agriculture and Forestry 1953–55; Gov. Jan. 7, 1937–Jan. 9, 1941.

    Aiken, William (cousin of David Wyatt Aiken) (D S.C.) Jan. 28, 1806–Sept. 7, 1887; House 1851–57; Gov. 1844–46.

    Aiken, Wyatt (son of David Wyatt Aiken) (D S.C.) Dec. 14, 1863–Feb. 6, 1923; House 1903–17.

    Ainey, William David Blakeslee (R Pa.) April 8, 1864–Sept. 4, 1932; House Nov. 7, 1911–15.

    Ainslie, George (D Idaho) Oct. 30, 1838–May 19, 1913; House (Terr. Del.) 1879–83.

    Ainsworth, Lucien Lester (D Iowa) June 21, 1831–April 19, 1902; House 1875–77.

    Aitken, David Demerest (R Mich.) Sept. 5, 1853–May 26, 1930; House 1893–97.

    Akaka, Daniel Kahikina (D Hawaii) Sept. 11, 1924–; House 1977–May 16, 1990; Senate May 16, 1990–; chair Senate Veterans’ Affairs 2007–.

    Akers, Thomas Peter (AP Mo.) Oct. 4, 1828–April 3, 1877; House Aug. 18, 1856–57.

    Akin, Theron (PR N.Y.) May 23, 1855–March 26, 1933; House 1911–13.

    Akin, W. Todd (R Mo.) July 5, 1947–; House 2001–.

    Albaugh, Walter Hugh (R Ohio) Jan. 2, 1890–Jan. 21, 1942; House Nov. 8, 1938–39.

    Albert, Carl Bert (cousin of Charles Wesley Vursell) (D Okla.) May 10, 1908–Feb. 4, 2000; House 1947–77; House majority leader Jan. 10, 1962–71; Speaker Jan. 21, 1971–75, Jan. 14, 1975–77.

    Albert, William Julian (R Md.) Aug. 4, 1816–March 29, 1879; House 1873–75.

    Albertson, Nathaniel (D Ind.) June 10, 1800–Dec. 16, 1863; House 1849–51.

    Albosta, Donald Joseph (D Mich.) Dec. 5, 1925–; House 1979–85.

    Albright, Charles (R Pa.) Dec. 13, 1830–Sept. 28, 1880; House 1873–75.

    Albright, Charles Jefferson (R Ohio) May 9, 1816–Oct. 21, 1883; House 1855–57.

    Alcorn, James Lusk (R Miss.) Nov. 4, 1816–Dec. 19, 1894; Senate Dec. 1, 1871–77; Gov. March 10, 1870–Nov. 30, 1871.

    Alderson, John Duffy (D W.Va.) Nov. 29, 1854–Dec. 5, 1910; House 1889–95.

    Aldrich, Cyrus (R Minn.) June 18, 1808–Oct. 5, 1871; House 1859–63.

    Aldrich, James Franklin (son of William Aldrich) (R Ill.) April 6, 1853–March 8, 1933; House 1893–97.

    Aldrich, Nelson Wilmarth (father of Richard Steere Aldrich, cousin of William Aldrich, great-grandfather of John Davidson “Jay” Rockefeller IV, grandfather of Vice Pres. Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller and Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller of Ark.) (R R.I.) Nov. 6, 1841–April 16, 1915; House 1879–Oct. 4, 1881; Senate Oct. 5, 1881–1911.

    Aldrich, Richard Steere (son of Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich, great-uncle of John Davison “Jay” Rockefeller IV, uncle of Vice Pres. Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller and Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller of Ark.) (R R.I.) Feb. 29, 1884–Dec. 25, 1941; House 1923–33.

    Aldrich, Truman Heminway (brother of William Farrington Aldrich) (R Ala.) Oct. 17, 1848–April 28, 1932; House June 9, 1896–97.

    Aldrich, William (father of James Franklin Aldrich, cousin of Nelson Wilmarth Aldrich) (R Ill.) Jan. 19, 1820–Dec. 3, 1885; House 1877–83.

    Aldrich, William Farrington (brother of Truman Heminway Aldrich) (R Ala.) March 11, 1853–Oct. 30, 1925; House March 13, 1896–97, Feb. 9, 1898–99, March 8, 1900–01.

    Aleshire, Arthur William (D Ohio) Feb. 15, 1900–March 11, 1940; House 1937–39.

    Alexander, Adam Rankin (F Tenn.) ?–?; House 1823–27.

    Alexander, Armstead Milton (D Mo.) May 26, 1834–Nov. 7, 1892; House 1883–85.

    Alexander, De Alva Stanwood (R N.Y.) July 17, 1846–Jan. 30, 1925; House 1897–1911.

    Alexander, Evan Shelby (cousin of Nathaniel Alexander) (R N.C.) about 1767–Oct. 28, 1809; House Feb. 24, 1806–09.

    Alexander, Henry Porteous (W N.Y.) Sept. 13, 1801–Feb. 22, 1867; House 1849–51.

    Alexander, Hugh Quincy (D N.C.) Aug. 7, 1911–Sept. 17, 1989; House 1953–63.

    Alexander, James Jr. (W Ohio) Oct. 17, 1789–Sept. 5, 1846; House 1837–39.

    Alexander, John (R Ohio) April 16, 1777–June 28, 1848; House 1813–17.

    Alexander, John Grant (R Minn.) July 16, 1893–Dec. 8, 1971; House 1939–41.

    Alexander, Joshua Willis (D Mo.) Jan. 22, 1852–Feb. 27, 1936; House 1907–Dec. 15, 1919; secretary of commerce Dec. 16, 1919–March 4, 1921.

    Alexander, Lamar (R Tenn.) July 3, 1940–; Senate 2003–; secretary of education March 22, 1991–Jan. 20, 1993; Gov. Jan. 17, 1979–Jan. 17, 1987.

    Alexander, Mark (J Va.) Feb. 7, 1792–Oct. 7, 1883; House 1819–33 (1819–29 no party).

    Alexander, Nathaniel (cousin of Evan Shelby Alexander) (R N.C.) March 5, 1756–March 7, 1808; House 1803–Nov. 1805; Gov. Dec. 10, 1805–Dec. 1, 1807 (Democratic Republican).

    Alexander, Rodney (R La.) Dec. 5, 1946–; House 2003– (2003–Sept. 7, 2004 Democrat).

    Alexander, Syndenham Benoni (cousin of Adlai Ewing Stevenson and John Sharp Williams) (D N.C.) Dec. 8, 1840–June 14, 1921; House 1891–95.

    Alexander, William Vollie Jr. (D Ark.) Jan. 16, 1934–; House 1969–93.

    Alford, Julius Caesar (W Ga.) May 10, 1799–Jan. 1, 1863; House Jan. 2–March 3, 1837 (State Rights Party), 1839–Oct. 1, 1841.

    Alford, Thomas Dale (ID Ark.) Jan. 28, 1916–Jan. 25, 2000; House 1959–63.

    Alger, Bruce Reynolds (R Texas) June 12, 1918–; House 1955–65.

    Alger, Russell Alexander (R Mich.) Feb. 27, 1836–Jan. 24, 1907; Senate Sept. 27, 1902–Jan. 24, 1907; Gov. Jan. 1, 1885–Jan. 1, 1887; secretary of war March 5, 1897–Aug. 1, 1899.

    Allan, Chilton (W Ky.) April 6, 1786–Sept. 3, 1858; House 1831–37 (1831–35 Anti-Jacksonian).

    Allard, Wayne (R Colo.) Dec. 2, 1943–; House 1991–97; Senate 1997–.

    Allee, James Frank (R Del.) Dec. 2, 1857–Oct. 12, 1938; Senate March 2, 1903–07.

    Allen, Alfred Gaither (D Ohio) July 23, 1867–Dec. 9, 1932; House 1911–17.

    Allen, Amos Lawrence (R Maine) March 17, 1837–Feb. 20, 1911; House Nov. 6, 1899–Feb. 20, 1911.

    Allen, Asa Leonard (D La.) Jan. 5, 1891–Jan. 5, 1969; House 1937–53.

    Allen, Charles (son of Joseph Allen, great-nephew of Samuel Adams) (FS Mass.) Aug. 9, 1797–Aug. 6, 1869; House 1849–53.

    Allen, Charles Herbert (R Mass.) April 15, 1848–April 20, 1934; House 1885–89.

    Allen, Clarence Emir (R Utah) Sept. 8, 1852–July 9, 1932; House Jan. 4, 1896–97.

    Allen, Clifford Robertson (D Tenn.) Jan. 6, 1912–June 18, 1978; House Nov. 25, 1975–June 18, 1978.

    Allen, Edward Payson (R Mich.) Oct. 28, 1839–Nov. 25, 1909; House 1887–91.

    Allen, Elisha Hunt (son of Samuel Clesson Allen) (W Maine) Jan. 28, 1804–Jan. 1, 1883; House 1841–43.

    Allen, George Felix (R Va.) March 8, 1952–; House Nov. 12, 1991–93; Senate 2001–07; Gov. Jan. 15, 1994–Jan. 17, 1998.

    Allen, Heman (W Vt.) June 14, 1777–Dec. 11, 1844; House 1831–39 (1831–35 no party).

    Allen, Heman (R Vt.) Feb. 23, 1779–April 7, 1852; House 1817–April 20, 1818.

    Allen, Henry Crosby (R N.J.) May 13, 1872–March 7, 1942; House 1905–07.

    Allen, Henry Dixon (D Ky.) June 24, 1854–March 9, 1924; House 1899–1903.

    Allen, Henry Justin (R Kan.) Sept. 11, 1868–Jan. 17, 1950; Senate April 1, 1929–Nov. 30, 1930; Gov. Jan. 13, 1919–Jan. 8, 1923.

    Allen, James Browning (husband of Maryon Pittman Allen) (D Ala.) Dec. 28, 1912–June 1, 1978; Senate 1969–June 1, 1978.

    Allen, James Cameron (D Ill.) Jan. 29, 1822–Jan. 30, 1912; House 1853–July 18, 1856, Nov. 4, 1856–57, 1863–65.

    Allen, John (father of John William Allen) (F Conn.) June 12, 1763–July 31, 1812; House 1797–99.

    Allen, John Beard (R Wash.) May 18, 1845–Jan. 28, 1903; House (Terr. Del.) March 4–Nov. 11, 1889; Senate Nov. 20, 1889–93.

    Allen, John Clayton (R Ill.) Feb. 14, 1860–Jan. 12, 1939; House 1925–33.

    Allen, John James (brother of Robert Allen) (AJ Va.) Sept. 25, 1797–Sept. 18, 1871; House 1833–35.

    Allen, John Joseph Jr. (R Calif.) Nov. 27, 1899–March 7, 1995; House 1947–59.

    Allen, John Mills (D Miss.) July 8, 1846–Oct. 30, 1917; House 1885–1901.

    Allen, John William (son of John Allen) (W Ohio) Aug. 1802–Oct. 5, 1887; House 1837–41.

    Allen, Joseph (father of Charles Allen, nephew of Samuel Adams) (F Mass.) Sept. 2, 1749–Sept. 2, 1827; House Oct. 8, 1810–11.

    Allen, Judson (D N.Y.) April 3, 1797–Aug. 6, 1880; House 1839–41.

    Allen, Leo Elwood (R Ill.) Oct. 5, 1898–Jan. 19, 1973; House 1933–61; chair House Rules 1947–49, 1953–55.

    Allen, Maryon Pittman (wife of James Browning Allen) (D Ala.) Nov. 30, 1925–; Senate June 8–Nov. 7, 1978.

    Allen, Nathaniel (father-in-law of Robert Lawson Rose) (– N.Y.) 1780–Dec. 22, 1832; House 1819–21.

    Allen, Philip (D R.I.) Sept. 1, 1785–Dec. 16, 1865; Senate July 20, 1853–59; Gov. May 6, 1851–July 20, 1853.

    Allen, Robert (– Tenn.) June 19, 1778–Aug. 19, 1844; House 1819–27.

    Allen, Robert (brother of John James Allen) (J Va.) July 30, 1794–Dec. 30, 1859; House 1827–33.

    Allen, Robert Edward Lee (D W.Va.) Nov. 28, 1865–Jan. 28, 1951; House 1923–25.

    Allen, Robert Gray (D Pa.) Aug. 24, 1902–Aug. 9, 1963; House 1937–41.

    Allen, Samuel Clesson (father of Elisha Hunt Allen) (F Mass.) Jan. 5, 1772–Feb. 8, 1842; House 1817–29.

    Allen, Thomas (D Mo.) Aug. 29, 1813–April 8, 1882; House 1881– April 8, 1882.

    Allen, Thomas H. (D Maine) April 16, 1945–; House 1997–.

    Allen, William (D Ohio) Dec. 18 or Dec. 27, 1803–July 11, 1879; House 1833–35 (Jacksonian); Senate 1837–49; Gov. Jan. 12, 1874–Jan. 10, 1876.

    Allen, William (D Ohio) Aug. 13, 1827–July 6, 1881; House 1859–63.

    Allen, William Franklin (D Del.) Jan. 19, 1883–June 14, 1946; House 1937–39.

    Allen, William Joshua (son of Willis Allen) (D Ill.) June 9, 1829–Jan. 26, 1901; House June 2, 1862–65.

    Allen, William Vincent (P Neb.) Jan. 28, 1847–Jan. 2, 1924; Senate 1893–99, Dec. 13, 1899–March 28, 1901.

    Allen, Willis (father of William Joshua Allen) (D Ill.) Dec. 15, 1806–April 15, 1859; House 1851–55.

    Alley, John Bassett (R Mass.) Jan. 7, 1817–Jan. 19, 1896; House 1859–67.

    Allgood, Miles Clayton (D Ala.) Feb. 22, 1878–March 4, 1977; House 1923–35.

    Allison, James Jr. (father of John Allison) (– Pa.) Oct. 4, 1772–June 17, 1854; House 1823–25.

    Allison, John (son of James Allison Jr.) (W Pa.) Aug. 5, 1812–March 23, 1878; House 1851–53, 1855–57.

    Allison, Robert (AMas. Pa.) March 10, 1777–Dec. 2, 1840; House 1831–33.

    Allison, William Boyd (R Iowa) March 2, 1829–Aug. 4, 1908; House 1863–71; Senate 1873–Aug. 4, 1908.

    Allott, Gordon Llewellyn (R Colo.) Jan. 2, 1907–Jan. 17, 1989; Senate 1955–73.

    Almon, Edward Berton (D Ala.) April 18, 1860–June 22, 1933; House 1915–June 22, 1933.

    Almond, James Lindsay Jr. (D Va.) June 15, 1898–April 14, 1986; House Jan. 22, 1946–April 17, 1948; Gov. Jan. 11, 1958–Jan. 13, 1962.

    Alston, Lemuel James (R S.C.) 1760–1836; House 1807–11.

    Alston, William Jeffreys (W Ala.) Dec. 31, 1800–June 10, 1876; House 1849–51.

    Alston, Willis (nephew of Nathaniel Macon) (J N.C.) 1769–April 10, 1837; House 1799–1815 (Republican), 1825–31 (1825–29 Republican).

    Altmire, Jason (D Pa.) March 7, 1968–; House 2007–.

    Alvord, James Church (W Mass.) April 14, 1808–Sept. 27, 1839; House 1839–Sept. 27, 1839.

    Ambler, Jacob A. (R Ohio) Feb. 18, 1829–Sept. 22, 1906; House 1869–73.

    Ambro, Jerome Anthony Jr. (D N.Y.) June 27, 1928–March 4, 1993; House 1975–81.

    Amerman, Lemuel (D Pa.) Oct. 29, 1846–Oct. 7, 1897; House 1891–93.

    Ames, Adelbert (father of Butler Ames, son-in-law of Benjamin Franklin Butler) (R Miss.) Oct. 31, 1835–April 12, 1933; Senate Feb. 23, 1870–Jan. 10, 1874; Gov. June 15, 1868–March 10, 1870 (Military), Jan. 4, 1874–March 20, 1876.

    Ames, Butler (son of Adelbert Ames, grandson of Benjamin Franklin Butler) (R Mass.) Aug. 22, 1871–Nov. 6, 1954; House 1903–13.

    Ames, Fisher (F Mass.) April 9, 1758–July 4, 1808; House 1789–97 (1789–95 no party).

    Ames, Oakes (R Mass.) Jan. 10, 1804–May 8, 1873; House 1863–73.

    Amlie, Thomas Ryum (Prog. Wis.) April 17, 1897–Aug. 22, 1973; House Oct. 13, 1931–33 (Republican), 1935–39.

    Ammerman, Joseph Scofield (D Pa.) July 14, 1924–Oct. 14, 1993; House 1977–79.

    Ancona, Sydenham Elnathan (D Pa.) Nov. 20, 1824–June 20, 1913; House 1861–67.

    Andersen, Herman Carl (R Minn.) Jan. 27, 1897–July 26, 1978; House 1939–63.

    Anderson, Albert Raney (IR Iowa) Nov. 8, 1837–Nov. 17, 1898; House 1887–89.

    Anderson, Alexander Outlaw (son of Joseph Anderson) (D Tenn.) Nov. 10, 1794–May 23, 1869; Senate Feb. 26, 1840–41.

    Anderson, Carl Carey (D Ohio) Dec. 2, 1877–Oct. 1, 1912; House 1909–Oct. 1, 1912.

    Anderson, Chapman Levy (D Miss.) March 15, 1845–April 27, 1924; House 1887–91.

    Anderson, Charles Arthur (D Mo.) Sept. 26, 1899–April 26, 1977; House 1937–41.

    Anderson, Charles Marley (D Ohio) Jan. 5, 1845–Dec. 28, 1908; House 1885–87.

    Anderson, Clinton Presba (D N.M.) Oct. 23, 1895–Nov. 11, 1975; House 1941–June 30, 1945; Senate 1949–73; chair Senate Interior and Insular Affairs 1961–63; chair Senate Aeronautical and Space Sciences 1963–73; secretary of agriculture June 30, 1945–May 10, 1948.

    Anderson, George Alburtus (D Ill.) March 11, 1853–Jan. 31, 1896; House 1887–89.

    Anderson, George Washington (R Mo.) May 22, 1832–Feb. 26, 1902; House 1865–69.

    Anderson, Glenn Malcolm (D Calif.) Feb. 21, 1913–Dec. 13, 1994; House 1969–93; chair House Public Works and Transportation 1988–91.

    Anderson, Hugh Johnston (D Maine) May 10, 1801–May 31, 1881; House 1837–41; Gov. Jan. 5, 1844–May 12, 1847.

    Anderson, Isaac (R Pa.) Nov. 23, 1760–Oct. 27, 1838; House 1803–07.

    Anderson, James Patton (D Wash.) Feb. 16, 1822–Sept. 20, 1872; House (Terr. Del.) 1855–57.

    Anderson, John (J Maine) July 30, 1792–Aug. 21, 1853; House 1825–33 (1825–29 no party).

    Anderson, John Alexander (R Kan.) June 26, 1834–May 18, 1892; House 1879–91 (1879–87 Republican, 1887–89 Independent Republican).

    Anderson, John Bayard (R Ill.) Feb. 15, 1922–; House 1961–81.

    Anderson, John Zuinglius (R Calif.) March 22, 1904–Feb. 9, 1981; House 1939–53.

    Anderson, Joseph (father of Alexander Outlaw Anderson) (– Tenn.) Nov. 5, 1757–April 17, 1837; Senate Sept. 26, 1797–1815; elected pres. pro tempore Jan. 15, 1805, Feb. 28, 1805, March 2, 1805.

    Anderson, Joseph Halstead (D N.Y.) Aug. 25, 1800–June 23, 1870; House 1843–47.

    Anderson, Josiah McNair (W Tenn.) Nov. 29, 1807–Nov. 8, 1861; House 1849–51.

    Anderson, LeRoy Hagen (D Mont.) Feb. 2, 1906–Sept. 25, 1991; House 1957–61.

    Anderson, Lucian (UU Ky.) June 23, 1824–Oct. 18, 1898; House 1863–65.

    Anderson, Richard Clough Jr. (R Ky.) Aug. 4, 1788–July 24, 1826; House 1817–21.

    Anderson, Samuel (– Pa.) 1773–Jan. 17, 1850; House 1827–29.

    Anderson, Simeon H. (father of William Clayton Anderson) (W Ky.) March 2, 1802–Aug. 11, 1840; House 1839–Aug. 11, 1840.

    Anderson, Sydney (R Minn.) Sept. 18, 1881–Oct. 8, 1948; House 1911–25.

    Anderson, Thomas Lilbourne (ID Mo.) Dec. 8, 1808–March 6, 1885; House 1857–61 (1857–59 American Party).

    Anderson, Wendell Richard (D Minn.) Feb. 1, 1933–; Senate Dec. 30, 1976–Dec. 29, 1978; Gov. Jan. 4, 1971–Dec. 29, 1976.

    Anderson, William (R Pa.) 1762–Dec. 16, 1829; House 1809–15, 1817–19.

    Anderson, William Black (I Ill.) April 2, 1830–Aug. 28, 1901; House 1875–77.

    Anderson, William Clayton (son of Simeon H. Anderson, nephew of Albert Gallatin Talbott) (O Ky.) Dec. 26, 1826–Dec. 23, 1861; House 1859–61.

    Anderson, William Coleman (R Tenn.) July 10, 1853–Sept. 8, 1902; House 1895–97.

    Anderson, William Robert (D Tenn.) June 17, 1921–Feb. 25, 2007; House 1965–73.

    Andresen, August Herman (R Minn.) Oct. 11, 1890–Jan. 14, 1958; House 1925–33, 1935–Jan. 14, 1958.

    Andrew, Abram Piatt Jr. (R Mass.) Feb. 12, 1873–June 3, 1936; House Sept. 27, 1921–June 3, 1936.

    Andrew, John Forrester (D Mass.) Nov. 26, 1850–May 30, 1895; House 1889–93.

    Andrews, Arthur Glenn (R Ala.) Jan. 15, 1909–; House 1965–67.

    Andrews, Charles (D Maine) Feb. 11, 1814–April 30, 1852; House 1851–April 30, 1852.

    Andrews, Charles Oscar (D Fla.) March 7, 1877–Sept. 18, 1946; Senate Nov. 4, 1936–Sept. 18, 1946.

    Andrews, Elizabeth Bullock (widow of George William Andrews) (D Ala.) Feb. 12, 1911–Dec. 2, 2002; House April 4, 1972–73.

    Andrews, George Rex (W N.Y.) Sept. 21, 1808–Dec. 5, 1873; House 1849–51.

    Andrews, George William (husband of Elizabeth Bullock Andrews) (D Ala.) Dec. 12, 1906–Dec. 25, 1971; House March 14, 1944–Dec. 25, 1971.

    Andrews, Ike Franklin (D N.C.) Sept. 2, 1925–; House 1973–85.

    Andrews, John Tuttle (D N.Y.) May 29, 1803–June 11, 1894; House 1837–39.

    Andrews, Landaff Watson (W Ky.) Feb. 12, 1803–Dec. 23, 1887; House 1839–43.

    Andrews, Mark (R N.D.) May 19, 1926–; House Oct. 22, 1963–81; Senate 1981–87.

    Andrews, Michael Allen (D Texas) Feb. 7, 1944–; House 1983–95.

    Andrews, Robert E. (D N.J.) Aug. 4, 1957–; House Nov. 6, 1990–.

    Andrews, Samuel George (R N.Y.) Oct. 16, 1796–June 11, 1863; House 1857–59.

    Andrews, Sherlock James (W Ohio) Nov. 17, 1801–Feb. 11, 1880; House 1841–43.

    Andrews, Thomas H. (D Maine) March 22, 1953–; House 1991–95.

    Andrews, Walter Gresham (R N.Y.) July 16, 1889–March 5, 1949; House 1931–49; chair House Armed Services 1947–49.

    Andrews, William Ezekiel (R Neb.) Dec. 17, 1854–Jan. 19, 1942; House 1895–97, 1919–23.

    Andrews, William Henry (R N.M.) Jan. 14, 1846–Jan. 16, 1919; House (Terr. Del.) 1905–Jan. 7, 1912.

    Andrews, William Noble (R Md.) Nov. 13, 1876–Dec. 27, 1937; House 1919–21.

    Andrus, John Emory (R N.Y.) Feb. 16, 1841–Dec. 26, 1934; House 1905–13.

    Anfuso, Victor L’Episcopo (D N.Y.) March 10, 1905–Dec. 28, 1966; House 1951–53, 1955–63.

    Angel, William G. (J N.Y.) July 17, 1790–Aug. 13, 1858; House 1825–27 (no party), 1829–33.

    Angell, Homer Daniel (R Ore.) Jan. 12, 1875–March 31, 1968; House 1939–55.

    Ankeny, Levi (R Wash.) Aug. 1, 1844–March 29, 1921; Senate 1903–09.

    Annunzio, Frank (D Ill.) Jan. 12, 1915–April 8, 2001; House 1965–93; chair House Administration 1985–91.

    Ansberry, Timothy Thomas (D Ohio) Dec. 24, 1871–July 5, 1943; House 1907–Jan. 9, 1915.

    Ansorge, Martin Charles (R N.Y.) Jan. 1, 1882–Feb. 4, 1967; House 1921–23.

    Anthony, Beryl Franklin Jr. (D Ark.) Feb. 21, 1938–; House 1979–93.

    Anthony, Daniel Read Jr. (R Kan.) Aug. 22, 1870–Aug. 4, 1931; House May 23, 1907–29.

    Anthony, Henry Bowen (R R.I.) April 1, 1815–Sept. 2, 1884; Senate 1859–Sept. 2, 1884; elected pres. pro tempore March 23, 1869, April 9, 1869, May 28, 1870, July 1, 1870, July 14, 1870, March 10, 1871, April 17, 1871, May 23, 1871, Dec. 21, 1871, Feb. 23, 1872, June 8, 1872, Dec. 4, 1872, Dec. 13, 1872, Dec. 20, 1872, Jan. 24, 1873, Jan. 23, 1875, Feb. 15, 1875; Gov. May 1, 1849–May 6, 1851 (Whig).

    Anthony, Joseph Biles (J Pa.) June 19, 1795–Jan. 10, 1851; House 1833–37.

    Antony, Edwin Le Roy (D Texas) Jan. 5, 1852–Jan. 16, 1913; House June 14, 1892–93.

    Aplin, Henry Harrison (R Mich.) April 15, 1841–July 23, 1910; House Oct. 20, 1901–03.

    Appleby, Stewart Hoffman (son of Theodore Frank Appleby) (R N.J.) May 17, 1890–Jan. 12, 1964; House Nov. 3, 1925–27.

    Appleby, Theodore Frank (father of Stewart Hoffman Appleby) (R N.J.) Oct. 10, 1864–Dec. 15, 1924; House 1921–23.

    Applegate, Douglas Earl (D Ohio) March 27, 1928–; House 1977–95.

    Appleton, John (D Maine) Feb. 11, 1815–Aug. 22, 1864; House 1851–53.

    Appleton, Nathan (cousin of William Appleton) (W Mass.) Oct. 6, 1779–July 14, 1861; House 1831–33 (Anti-Jacksonian), June 9–Sept. 28, 1842.

    Appleton, William (cousin of Nathan Appleton) (Const U Mass.) Nov. 16, 1786–Feb. 15, 1862; House 1851–55 (Whig), March 4–Sept. 27, 1861.

    Apsley, Lewis Dewart (R Mass.) Sept. 29, 1852–April 11, 1925; House 1893–97.

    Archer, John (father of Stevenson Archer, grandfather of Stevenson Archer born in 1827) (R Md.) May 5, 1741–Sept. 28, 1810; House 1801–07.

    Archer, Stevenson (son of John Archer, father of Stevenson Archer, below) (R Md.) Oct. 11, 1786–June 26, 1848; House Oct. 26, 1811–17, 1819–21.

    Archer, Stevenson (son of Stevenson Archer, above, grandson of John Archer) (D Md.) Feb. 28, 1827–Aug. 2, 1898; House 1867–75.

    Archer, William Reynolds Jr. “Bill” (R Texas) March 22, 1928–; House 1971–2001; chair House Ways and Means 1995–2001.

    Archer, William Segar (nephew of Joseph Eggleston) (W Va.) March 5, 1789–March 28, 1855; House Jan. 3, 1820–35 (no party); Senate 1841–47.

    Arcuri, Michael (D N.Y.) June 11, 1959–; House 2007–.

    Arends, Leslie Cornelius (R Ill.) Sept. 27, 1895–July 17, 1985; House 1935–Dec. 31, 1974.

    Arens, Henry Martin (FL Minn.) Nov. 21, 1873–Oct. 6, 1963; House 1933–35.

    Arentz, Samuel Shaw “Ulysses” (R Nev.) Jan. 8, 1879–June 17, 1934; House 1921–23, 1925–33.

    Armey, Richard Keith “Dick” (R Texas) July 7, 1940–; House 1985–2003; House majority leader 1995–2003.

    Armfield, Robert Franklin (D N.C.) July 9, 1829–Nov. 9, 1898; House 1879–83.

    Armstrong, David Hartley (D Mo.) Oct. 21, 1812–March 18, 1893; Senate Sept. 29, 1877–Jan. 26, 1879.

    Armstrong, James (brother of John Armstrong Jr.) (– Pa.) Aug. 29, 1748–May 6, 1828; House 1793–95.

    Armstrong, John Jr. (brother of James Armstrong) (– N.Y.) Nov. 25, 1758–April 1, 1843; Senate Nov. 6, 1800–Feb. 5, 1802, Nov. 10, 1803–June 30, 1804; secretary of war Jan. 13, 1813–Sept. 27, 1814.

    Armstrong, Moses Kimball (D Dakota) Sept. 19, 1832–Jan. 11, 1906; House (Terr. Del.) 1871–75.

    Armstrong, Orland Kay (R Mo.) Oct. 2, 1893–April 15, 1987; House 1951–53.

    Armstrong, William (D Va.) Dec. 23, 1782–May 10, 1865; House 1825–33.

    Armstrong, William Hepburn (R Pa.) Sept. 7, 1824–May 14, 1919; House 1869–71.

    Armstrong, William Lester (R Colo.) March 16, 1937–; House 1973–79; Senate 1979–91.

    Arnell, Samuel Mayes (R Tenn.) May 3, 1833–July 20, 1903; House July 24, 1866–71 (July 24, 1866–67 Unconditional Unionist).

    Arnold, Benedict (brother-in-law of Matthias J. Bovee) (– N.Y.) Oct. 5, 1780–March 3, 1849; House 1829–31.

    Arnold, Isaac Newton (R Ill.) Nov. 30, 1815–April 24, 1884; House 1861–65.

    Arnold, Laurence Fletcher (D Ill.) June 8, 1891–Dec. 6, 1966; House 1937–43.

    Arnold, Lemuel Hastings (great-great-uncle of Theodore Francis Green) (W R.I.) Jan. 29, 1792–June 27, 1852; House 1845–47; Gov. May 4, 1831–May 1, 1833 (Democratic Republican).

    Arnold, Marshall (D Mo.) Oct. 21, 1845–June 12, 1913; House 1891–95.

    Arnold, Samuel (D Conn.) June 1, 1806–May 5, 1869; House 1857–59.

    Arnold, Samuel Greene (great-uncle of Theodore Francis Green) (R R.I.) April 12, 1821–Feb. 14, 1880; Senate Dec. 1, 1862–63.

    Arnold, Samuel Washington (R Mo.) Sept. 21, 1879–Dec. 18, 1961; House 1943–49.

    Arnold, Thomas Dickens (W Tenn.) May 3, 1798–May 26, 1870; House 1831–33 (Anti-Jacksonian), 1841–43.

    Arnold, Warren Otis (R R.I.) June 3, 1839–April 1, 1910; House 1887–91, 1895–97.

    Arnold, William Carlile (R Pa.) July 15, 1851–March 20, 1906; House 1895–99.

    Arnold, William Wright (D Ill.) Oct. 14, 1877–Nov. 23, 1957; House 1923–Sept. 16, 1935.

    Arnot, John Jr. (D N.Y.) March 11, 1831–Nov. 20, 1886; House 1883–Nov. 20, 1886.

    Arrington, Archibald Hunter (uncle of Archibald Hunter Arrington Williams) (D N.C.) Nov. 13, 1809–July 20, 1872; House 1841–45.

    Arthur, William Evans (D Ky.) March 3, 1825–May 18, 1897; House 1871–75.

    Ash, Michael Woolston (J Pa.) March 5, 1789–Dec. 14, 1858; House 1835–37.

    Ashbrook, Jean Spencer (widow of John Milan Ashbrook, daughter-in-law of William Albert Ashbrook) (R Ohio) Sept. 21, 1934–; House July 12, 1982–83.

    Ashbrook, John Milan (husband of Jean Spencer Ashbrook, son of William Albert Ashbrook) (R Ohio) Sept. 21, 1928–April 24, 1982; House 1961–April 24, 1982.

    Ashbrook, William Albert (father of John Milan Ashbrook, father-in-law of Jean Spencer Ashbrook) (D Ohio) July 1, 1867–Jan. 1, 1940; House 1907–21, 1935–Jan. 1, 1940.

    Ashcroft, John (R Mo.) May 9, 1942–; Senate 1995–2001; attorney general Feb. 1, 2001–Feb. 3, 2005; Gov. Jan. 14, 1985–Jan. 11, 1993.

    Ashe, John Baptista (uncle of John Baptista Ashe of Tenn., Thomas Samuel Ashe, and William Shepperd Ashe) (F N.C.) 1748–Nov. 27, 1802; House March 24, 1790–93; Cont. Cong. 1787.

    Ashe, John Baptista (brother of William Shepperd Ashe, nephew of John Baptista Ashe of N.C., cousin of Thomas Samuel Ashe) (W Tenn.) 1810–Dec. 29, 1857; House 1843–45.

    Ashe, Thomas Samuel (nephew of John Baptista Ashe of N.C., cousin of John Baptista Ashe of Tenn., William Shepperd Ashe) (D N.C.) July 19, 1812–Feb. 4, 1887; House 1873–77.

    Ashe, William Shepperd (brother of John Baptista Ashe of Tenn., nephew of John Baptista Ashe of N.C., cousin of Thomas Samuel Ashe) (D N.C.) Sept. 14, 1814–Sept. 14, 1862; House 1849–55.

    Ashley, Chester (D Ark.) June 1, 1790–April 29, 1848; Senate Nov. 8, 1844–April 29, 1848.

    Ashley, Delos Rodeyn (R Nev.) Feb. 19, 1828–July 18, 1873; House 1865–69.

    Ashley, Henry (– N.Y.) Feb. 19, 1778–Jan. 14, 1829; House 1825–27.

    Ashley, James Mitchell (great-grandfather of Thomas William Ludlow Ashley) (R Ohio) Nov. 14, 1824–Sept. 16, 1896; House 1859–69; Gov. (Mont. Terr.) 1869–70.

    Ashley, Thomas William Ludlow (great-grandson of James Mitchell Ashley) (D Ohio) Jan. 11, 1923–; House 1955–81.

    Ashley, William Henry (J Mo.) 1778–March 26, 1838; House Oct. 31, 1831–37.

    Ashmore, John Durant (cousin of Robert Thomas Ashmore) (D S.C.) Aug. 18, 1819–Dec. 5, 1871; House 1859–Dec. 21, 1860.

    Ashmore, Robert Thomas (cousin of John Durant Ashmore) (D S.C.) Feb. 22, 1904–Oct. 4, 1989; House June 2, 1953–69.

    Ashmun, Eli Porter (father of George Ashmun) (– Mass.) June 24, 1770–May 10, 1819; Senate June 12, 1816–May 10, 1818.

    Ashmun, George (son of Eli Porter Ashmun) (W Mass.) Dec. 25, 1804–July 16, 1870; House 1845–51.

    Ashurst, Henry Fountain (D Ariz.) Sept. 13, 1874–May 31, 1962; Senate March 27, 1912–41.

    Asper, Joel Funk (R Mo.) April 20, 1822–Oct. 1, 1872; House 1869–71.

    Aspin, Leslie “Les” (D Wis.) July 21, 1938–May 21, 1995; House 1971–Jan. 20, 1993; chair House Armed Services 1985–93; secretary of defense Jan. 22, 1993–Feb. 2, 1994.

    Aspinall, Wayne Norviel (D Colo.) April 3, 1896–Oct. 9, 1983; House 1949–73; chair House Interior and Insular Affairs 1959–73.

    Aswell, James Benjamin (D La.) Dec. 23, 1869–March 16, 1931; House 1913–March 16, 1931.

    Atchison, David Rice (W Mo.) Aug. 11, 1807–Jan. 26, 1886; Senate Oct. 14, 1843–55; elected pres. pro tempore Aug. 8, 1846, Jan. 11, 1847, March 3, 1847, Feb. 2, 1848, June 1, 1848, June 26, 1848, July 29, 1848, Dec. 26, 1848, March 2, 1849, March 5, 1849, March 16, 1849, Dec. 20, 1852, March 4, 1853.

    Atherton, Charles Gordon (son of Charles Humphrey Atherton) (D N.H.) July 4, 1804–Nov. 15, 1853; House 1837–43; Senate 1843–49 (also elected for the term beginning 1853 but never qualified).

    Atherton, Charles Humphrey (father of Charles Gordon Atherton) (F N.H.) Aug. 14, 1773–Jan. 8, 1853; House 1815–17.

    Atherton, Gibson (D Ohio) Jan. 19, 1831–Nov. 10, 1887; House 1879–83.

    Atkeson, William Oscar (R Mo.) Aug. 24, 1854–Oct. 16, 1931; House 1921–23.

    Atkins, Chester Greenough (D Mass.) April 14, 1948–; House 1985–93.

    Atkins, John DeWitt Clinton (D Tenn.) June 4, 1825–June 2, 1908; House 1857–59, 1873–83.

    Atkinson, Archibald (D Va.) Sept. 15, 1792–Jan. 7, 1872; House 1843–49.

    Atkinson, Eugene Vincent (D Pa.) April 5, 1927–; House 1979–83 (Oct. 14, 1981–83 Republican).

    Atkinson, George Wesley (R W.Va.) June 29, 1845–April 4, 1925; House Feb. 26, 1890–91; Gov. March 4, 1897–March 4, 1901.

    Atkinson, Louis Evans (R Pa.) April 16, 1841–Feb. 5, 1910; House 1883–93.

    Atkinson, Richard Merrill (D Tenn.) Feb. 6, 1894–April 29, 1947; House 1937–39.

    Atwater, John Wilbur (IP N.C.) Dec. 27, 1840–July 4, 1910; House 1899–1901.

    Atwood, David (R Wis.) Dec. 15, 1815–Dec. 11, 1889; House Feb. 23, 1870–71.

    Atwood, Harrison Henry (R Mass.) Aug. 26, 1863–Oct. 22, 1954; House 1895–97.

    Auchincloss, James Coats (R N.J.) Jan. 19, 1885–Oct. 2, 1976; House 1943–65.

    AuCoin, Les (D Ore.) Oct. 21, 1942–; House 1975–93.

    Auf der Heide, Oscar Louis (D N.J.) Dec. 8, 1874–March 29, 1945; House 1925–35.

    Austin, Albert Elmer (stepfather of Clare Boothe Luce) (R Conn.) Nov. 15, 1877–Jan. 26, 1942; House 1939–41.

    Austin, Archibald (R Va.) Aug. 11, 1772–Oct. 16, 1837; House 1817–19.

    Austin, Richard Wilson (R Tenn.) Aug. 26, 1857–April 20, 1919; House 1909–19.

    Austin, Warren Robinson (R Vt.) Nov. 12, 1877–Dec. 25, 1962; Senate April 1, 1931–Aug. 2, 1946.

    Averett, Thomas Hamlet (D Va.) July 10, 1800–June 30, 1855; House 1849–53.

    Averill, John Thomas (R Minn.) March 1, 1825–Oct. 3, 1889; House 1871–75.

    Avery, Daniel (R N.Y.) Sept. 18, 1766–Jan. 30, 1842; House 1811–15, Sept. 30, 1816–17.

    Avery, John (R Mich.) Feb. 29, 1824–Jan. 21, 1914; House 1893–97.

    Avery, William Henry (R Kan.) Aug. 11, 1911–; House 1955–65; Gov. Jan. 11, 1965–Jan. 9, 1967.

    Avery, William Tecumsah (D Tenn.) Nov. 11, 1819–May 22, 1880; House 1857–61.

    Avis, Samuel Brashear (R W.Va.) Feb. 19, 1872–June 8, 1924; House 1913–15.

    Axtell, Samuel Beach (D Calif.) Oct. 14, 1819–Aug. 6, 1891; House 1867–71; Gov. (Utah Terr.) 1874–June 1875; Gov. (N.M. Terr.) 1875–78.

    Aycrigg, John Bancker (W N.J.) July 9, 1798–Nov. 8, 1856; House 1837–39, 1841–43.

    Ayer, Richard Small (R Va.) Oct. 9, 1829–Dec. 14, 1896; House Jan. 31, 1870–71.

    Ayers, Roy Elmer (D Mont.) Nov. 9, 1882–May 23, 1955; House 1933–37; Gov. Jan. 4, 1937–Jan. 6, 1941.

    Ayres, Steven Beckwith (ID N.Y.) Oct. 27, 1861–June 1, 1929; House 1911–13.

    Ayres, William Augustus (D Kan.) April 19, 1867–Feb. 17, 1952; House 1915–21, 1923–Aug. 22, 1934.

    Ayres, William Hanes (R Ohio) Feb. 5, 1916–Dec. 20, 2000; House 1951–71.

    Members of Congress - B

    Babbitt, Clinton (D Wis.) Nov. 16, 1831–March 11, 1907; House 1891–93.

    Babbitt, Elijah (R Pa.) July 29, 1795–Jan. 9, 1887; House 1859–63.

    Babcock, Alfred (W N.Y.) April 15, 1805–May 16, 1871; House 1841–43.

    Babcock, Joseph Weeks (grandson of Joseph Weeks) (R Wis.) March 6, 1850–April 27, 1909; House 1893–1907.

    Babcock, Leander (D N.Y.) March 1, 1811–Aug. 18, 1864; House 1851–53.

    Babcock, William (AMas. N.Y.) 1785–Oct. 20, 1838; House 1831–33.

    Babka, John Joseph (D Ohio) March 16, 1884–March 22, 1937; House 1919–21.

    Baca, Joseph (D Calif.) Jan. 23, 1947–; House Nov. 18, 1999–.

    Bacchus, James (D Fla.) June 21, 1949–; House 1991–95.

    Bacharach, Isaac (R N.J.) Jan. 5, 1870–Sept. 5, 1956; House 1915–37.

    Bachman, Nathan Lynn (D Tenn.) Aug. 2, 1878–April 23, 1937; Senate Feb. 28, 1933–April 23, 1937.

    Bachman, Reuben Knecht (D Pa.) Aug. 6, 1834–Sept. 19, 1911; House 1879–81.

    Bachmann, Carl George (R W.Va.) May 14, 1890–Jan. 22, 1980; House 1925–33.

    Bachmann, Michelle Marie (R Minn.) April 6, 1956–; House 2007–.

    Bachus, Spencer (R Ala.) Dec. 28, 1947–; House 1993–.

    Bacon, Augustus Octavius (cousin of William Schley Howard) (D Ga.) Oct. 20, 1839–Feb. 14, 1914; Senate 1895–Feb. 14, 1914; elected pres. pro tempore Jan. 15, 1912 (to serve Jan. 15–Jan. 17, March 11–March 12, April 8, May 10, May 30–June 3, June 13–July 5, Aug. 1–Aug. 10, Aug. 27–Dec. 15, 1912, Jan. 5–Jan. 18, Feb. 2–Feb. 15, 1913).

    Bacon, Ezekiel (son of John Bacon, father of William Johnson Bacon) (R Mass.) Sept. 1, 1776–Oct. 18, 1870; House Sept. 16, 1807–13.

    Bacon, Henry (D N.Y.) March 14, 1846–March 25, 1915; House Dec. 6, 1886–89, 1891–93.

    Bacon, John (father of Ezekiel Bacon, grandfather of William Johnson Bacon) (R Mass.) April 5, 1738–Oct. 25, 1820; House 1801–03.

    Bacon, Mark Reeves (R Mich.) Feb. 29, 1852–Aug. 20, 1941; House March 4–Dec. 13, 1917.

    Bacon, Robert Low (R N.Y.) July 23, 1884–Sept. 12, 1938; House 1923–Sept. 12, 1938.

    Bacon, William Johnson (son of Ezekiel Bacon, grandson of John Bacon) (R N.Y.) Feb. 18, 1803–July 3, 1889; House 1877–79.

    Badger, De Witt Clinton (D Ohio) Aug. 7, 1858–May 20, 1926; House 1903–05.

    Badger, George Edmund (W N.C.) April 17, 1795–May 11, 1866; Senate Nov. 25, 1846–55; secretary of the navy March 6–Sept. 11, 1841.

    Badger, Luther (– N.Y.) April 10, 1785–1869; House 1825–27.

    Badham, Robert Edward (R Calif.) June 9, 1929–Oct. 21, 2005; House 1977–89.

    Badillo, Herman (D N.Y.) Aug. 21, 1929–; House 1971–Dec. 31, 1977.

    Baer, George Jr. (F Md.) 1763–April 3, 1834; House 1797–1801, 1815–17.

    Baer, John Miller (R N.D.) March 29, 1886–Feb. 18, 1970; House July 10, 1917–21.

    Baesler, Scotty (D Ky.) July 9, 1941–; House 1993–99.

    Bafalis, Louis Arthur (R Fla.) Sept. 28, 1929–; House 1973–83.

    Bagby, Arthur Pendleton (D Ala.) 1794–Sept. 21, 1858; Senate Nov. 24, 1841–June 16, 1848; Gov. Nov. 21, 1837–Nov. 22, 1841.

    Bagby, John Courts (D Ill.) Jan. 24, 1819–April 4, 1896; House 1875–77.

    Bagley, George Augustus (R N.Y.) July 22, 1826–May 12, 1915; House 1875–79.

    Bagley, John Holroyd Jr. (D N.Y.) Nov. 26, 1832–Oct. 23, 1902; House 1875–77, 1883–85.

    Bailey, Alexander Hamilton (R N.Y.) Aug. 14, 1817–April 20, 1874; House Nov. 30, 1867–71.

    Bailey, Cleveland Monroe (D W.Va.) July 15, 1886–July 13, 1965; House 1945–47, 1949–63.

    Bailey, David Jackson (D Ga.) March 11, 1812–June 14, 1897; House 1851–55 (1851–53 State Rights Party).

    Bailey, Donald Allen (D Pa.) July 21, 1945–; House 1979–83.

    Bailey, Goldsmith Fox (R Mass.) July 17, 1823–May 8, 1862; House 1861–May 8, 1862.

    Bailey, James Edmund (D Tenn.) Aug. 15, 1822–Dec. 29, 1885; Senate Jan. 19, 1877–81.

    Bailey, Jeremiah (W Maine) May 1, 1773–July 6, 1853; House 1835–37.

    Bailey, John (– Mass.) 1786–June 26, 1835; House Dec. 13, 1824–31.

    Bailey, John Mosher (R N.Y.) Aug. 24, 1838–Feb. 21, 1916; House Nov. 5, 1878–81.

    Bailey, Joseph (D Pa.) March 18, 1810–Aug. 26, 1885; House 1861–65.

    Bailey, Joseph Weldon (father of Joseph Weldon Bailey Jr.) (D Texas) Oct. 6, 1862–April 13, 1929; House 1891–1901; Senate 1901–Jan. 3, 1913.

    Bailey, Joseph Weldon Jr. (son of Joseph Weldon Bailey) (D Texas) Dec. 15, 1892–July 17, 1943; House 1933–35.

    Bailey, Josiah William (D N.C.) Sept. 14, 1873–Dec. 15, 1946; Senate 1931–Dec. 15, 1946.

    Bailey, Ralph Emerson (R Mo.) July 14, 1878–April 8, 1948; House 1925–27.

    Bailey, Theodorus (– N.Y.) Oct. 12, 1758–Sept. 6, 1828; House 1793–97, 1799–1801, Oct. 6, 1801–03; Senate 1803–Jan. 16, 1804.

    Bailey, Warren Worth (D Pa.) Jan. 8, 1855–Nov. 9, 1928; House 1913–17.

    Bailey, Wendell (R Mo.) July 30, 1940–; House 1981–83.

    Bailey, Willis Joshua (R Kan.) Oct. 12, 1854–May 19, 1932; House 1899–1901; Gov. Jan. 12, 1903–Jan. 9, 1905.

    Baird, Brian (D Wash.) March 7, 1956–; House 1999–.

    Baird, David (father of David Baird Jr.) (R N.J.) April 7, 1839–Feb. 25, 1927; Senate Feb. 23, 1918–19.

    Baird, David Jr. (son of David Baird) (R N.J.) Oct. 10, 1881–Feb. 28, 1955; Senate Nov. 30, 1929–Dec. 2, 1930.

    Baird, Joseph Edward (R Ohio) Nov. 12, 1865–June 14, 1942; House 1929–31.

    Baird, Samuel Thomas (D La.) May 5, 1861–April 22, 1899; House 1897–April 22, 1899.

    Baker, Caleb (– N.Y.) 1762–June 26, 1849; House 1819–21.

    Baker, Charles Simeon (R N.Y.) Feb. 18, 1839–April 21, 1902; House 1885–91.

    Baker, David Jewett (D Ill.) Sept. 7, 1792–Aug. 6, 1869; Senate Nov. 12–Dec. 11, 1830.

    Baker, Edward Dickinson (R Ore.) Feb. 24, 1811–Oct. 21, 1861; House 1845–Jan. 15, 1847 (Whig Ill.), 1849–51 (Whig Ill.); Senate Oct. 2, 1860–Oct. 21, 1861.

    Baker, Ezra (R N.J.) ?–?; House 1815–17.

    Baker, Henry Moore (R N.H.) Jan. 11, 1841–May 30, 1912; House 1893–97.

    Baker, Howard Henry (husband of Irene Bailey Baker, father of Howard Henry Baker Jr.) (R Tenn.) Jan. 12, 1902–Jan. 7, 1964; House 1951–Jan. 7, 1964.

    Baker, Howard Henry Jr. (son of Howard Henry Baker, stepson of Irene Bailey Baker, son-in-law of Everett McKinley Dirksen) (R Tenn.) Nov. 15, 1925–; Senate 1967–85; Senate minority leader 1977–81; Senate majority leader 1981–85.

    Baker, Irene Bailey (widow of Howard Henry Baker, stepmother of Howard Henry Baker Jr.) (R Tenn.) Nov. 17, 1901–April 2, 1994; House March 10, 1964–65.

    Baker, Jacob Thompson (D N.J.) April 13, 1847–Dec. 7, 1919; House 1913–15.

    Baker, Jehu (D Ill.) Nov. 4, 1822–March 1, 1903; House 1865–69 (Republican), 1887–89 (Republican), 1897–99.

    Baker, John (F Va.) ?–Aug. 18, 1823; House 1811–13.

    Baker, John Harris (brother of Lucien Baker) (R Ind.) Feb. 28, 1832–Oct. 21, 1915; House 1875–81.

    Baker, LaMar (R Tenn.) Dec. 29, 1915–June 20, 2003; House 1971–75.

    Baker, Lucien (brother of John Harris Baker) (R Kan.) June 8, 1846–June 21, 1907; Senate 1895–1901.

    Baker, Osmyn (W Mass.) May 18, 1800–Feb. 9, 1875; House Jan. 14, 1840–45.

    Baker, Richard Hugh (R La.) May 22, 1948–; House 1987–.

    Baker, Robert (D N.Y.) April 1862–June 15, 1943; House 1903–05.

    Baker, Stephen (R N.Y.) Aug. 12, 1819–June 9, 1875; House 1861–63.

    Baker, William (P Kan.) April 29, 1831–Feb. 11, 1910; House 1891–97.

    Baker, William Benjamin (R Md.) July 22, 1840–May 17, 1911; House 1895–1901.

    Baker, William Henry (R N.Y.) Jan. 17, 1827–Nov. 25, 1911; House 1875–79.

    Baker, William P. “Bill” (R Calif.) June 14, 1940–; House 1993–97.

    Bakewell, Charles Montague (R Conn.) April 24, 1867–Sept. 19, 1957; House 1933–35.

    Bakewell, Claude Ignatius (R Mo.) Aug. 9, 1912–March 18, 1987; House 1947–49, March 9, 1951–53.

    Baldacci, John E. (D Maine) Jan. 30, 1955–; House 1995–2003; Gov. Jan. 8, 2003–.

    Baldrige, Howard Malcolm (R Neb.) June 23, 1894–Jan. 19, 1985; House 1931–33.

    Baldus, Alvin James (D Wis.) April 27, 1926–; House 1975–81.

    Baldwin, Abraham (F Ga.) Nov. 22, 1754–April 4, 1807; House 1789–99; Senate 1799–April 4, 1807; elected pres. pro tempore Dec. 7, 1801, April 17, 1802; Cont. Cong. 1785, 1787–88.

    Baldwin, Augustus Carpenter (UD Mich.) Dec. 24, 1817–Jan. 21, 1903; House 1863–65.

    Baldwin, Harry Streett (D Md.) Aug. 21, 1894–Oct. 19, 1952; House 1943–47.

    Baldwin, Henry (– Pa.) Jan. 14, 1780–April 21, 1844; House 1817– May 8, 1822; assoc. justice Jan. 18, 1830–April 21, 1844.

    Baldwin, Henry Alexander (R Hawaii) Jan. 12, 1871–Oct. 8, 1946; House (Terr. Del.) March 25, 1922–23.

    Baldwin, Henry Porter (R Mich.) Feb. 22, 1814–Dec. 31, 1892; Senate Nov. 17, 1879–81; Gov. Jan. 6, 1869–Jan. 1, 1873.

    Baldwin, John (– Conn.) April 5, 1772–March 27, 1850; House 1825–29.

    Baldwin, John Denison (R Mass.) Sept. 28, 1809–July 8, 1883; House 1863–69.

    Baldwin, John Finley Jr. (R Calif.) June 28, 1915–March 9, 1966; House 1955–March 9, 1966.

    Baldwin, Joseph Clark (R N.Y.) Jan. 11, 1897–Oct. 27, 1957; House March 11, 1941–47.

    Baldwin, Melvin Riley (D Minn.) April 12, 1838–April 15, 1901; House 1893–95.

    Baldwin, Raymond Earl (R Conn.) Aug. 31, 1893–Oct. 4, 1986; Senate Dec. 27, 1946–Dec. 16, 1949; Gov. Jan. 4, 1939–Jan. 8, 1941, Jan. 6, 1943–Dec. 27, 1946.

    Baldwin, Roger Sherman (son of Simeon Baldwin) (W Conn.) Jan. 4, 1793–Feb. 19, 1863; Senate Nov. 11, 1847–51; Gov. May 1844–May 6, 1846.

    Baldwin, Simeon (father of Roger Sherman Baldwin) (F Conn.) Dec. 14, 1761–May 26, 1851; House 1803–05.

    Baldwin, Tammy (D Wis.) Feb. 11, 1962–; House 1999–.

    Ball, Edward (W Ohio) Nov. 6, 1811–Nov. 22, 1872; House 1853–57.

    Ball, Joseph Hurst (R Minn.) Nov. 3, 1905–Dec. 18, 1993; Senate Oct. 14, 1940–Nov. 17, 1942, 1943–49.

    Ball, Lewis Heisler (R Del.) Sept. 21, 1861–Oct. 18, 1932; House 1901–03; Senate March 3, 1903–05, 1919–25.

    Ball, Thomas Henry (D Texas) Jan. 14, 1859–May 7, 1944; House 1897–Nov. 16, 1903.

    Ball, Thomas Raymond (R Conn.) Feb. 12, 1896–June 16, 1943; House 1939–41.

    Ball, William Lee (R Va.) Jan. 2, 1781–Feb. 28, 1824; House 1817–Feb. 28, 1824.

    Ballance, Frank W. (D N.C.) Feb. 15, 1942–; House 2003–June 11, 2004.

    Ballenger, Cass (great-great-grandson of Lewis Cass) (R N.C.) Dec. 6, 1926–; House 1987–2005.

    Ballentine, John Goff (D Tenn.) May 20, 1825–Nov. 23, 1915; House 1883–87.

    Ballou, Latimer Whipple (R R.I.) March 1, 1812–May 9, 1900; House 1875–81.

    Baltz, William Nicolas (D Ill.) Feb. 5, 1860–Aug. 22, 1943; House 1913–15.

    Bandstra, Bert Andrew (D Iowa) Jan. 25, 1922–Oct. 23, 1995; House 1965–67.

    Bankhead, John Hollis (father of John Hollis Bankhead II and William Brockman Bankhead, grandfather of Walter Will Bankhead) (D Ala.) Sept. 13, 1842–March 1, 1920; House 1887–1907; Senate June 18, 1907–March 1, 1920.

    Bankhead, John Hollis II (son of John Hollis Bankhead, brother of William Brockman Bankhead, father of Walter Will Bankhead) (D Ala.) July 8, 1872–June 12, 1946; Senate 1931–June 12, 1946.

    Bankhead, Walter Will (son of John Hollis Bankhead II, grandson of John Hollis Bankhead, nephew of William Brockman Bankhead) (D Ala.) July 21, 1897–Nov. 24, 1988; House Jan. 3–Feb. 1, 1941.

    Bankhead, William Brockman (son of John Hollis Bankhead, brother of John Hollis Bankhead II, uncle of Walter Will Bankhead) (D Ala.) April 12, 1874–Sept. 15, 1940; House 1917–Sept. 15, 1940; House majority leader 1935–June 4, 1936; Speaker June 4, 1936–37, Jan. 5, 1937–Sept. 15, 1940.

    Banks, John (AMas. Pa.) Oct. 17, 1793–April 3, 1864; House 1831–36.

    Banks, Linn (D Va.) Jan. 23, 1784–Jan. 13, 1842; House April 28, 1838–Dec. 6, 1841.

    Banks, Nathaniel Prentice (R Mass.) Jan. 30, 1816–Sept. 1, 1894; House 1853–Dec. 24, 1857, Dec. 4, 1865–73, 1875–79, 1889–91 (1853–55 Democrat, 1855–57 American Party, March 4–Dec. 24, 1857 Republican, Dec. 4, 1865–67 Union Republican, 1867–73 Republican, 1875–77 Independent); Speaker Feb. 2, 1856–57; Gov. Jan. 6, 1858–Jan. 2, 1861.

    Banning, Henry Blackstone (D Ohio) Nov. 10, 1836–Dec. 10, 1881; House 1873–79 (1873–75 Liberal Republican).

    Bannon, Henry Towne (R Ohio) June 5, 1867–Sept. 6, 1950; House 1905–09.

    Banta, Parke Monroe (R Mo.) Nov. 21, 1891–May 12, 1970; House 1947–49.

    Barber, Hiram Jr. (R Ill.) March 24, 1835–Aug. 5, 1924; House 1879–81.

    Barber, Isaac Ambrose (R Md.) Jan. 26, 1852–March 1, 1909; House 1897–99.

    Barber, Joel Allen (R Wis.) Jan. 17, 1809–June 17, 1881; House 1871–75.

    Barber, Laird Howard (D Pa.) Oct. 25, 1848–Feb. 16, 1928; House 1899–1901.

    Barber, Levi (R Ohio) Oct. 16, 1777–April 23, 1833; House 1817–19, 1821–23.

    Barber, Noyes (uncle of Edwin Barbour Morgan and Christopher Morgan) (– Conn.) April 28, 1781–Jan. 3, 1844; House 1821–35.

    Barbour, Henry Ellsworth (R Calif.) March 8, 1877–March 21, 1945; House 1919–33.

    Barbour, James (brother of Philip Pendleton Barbour, cousin of John Strode Barbour) (AD/SR Va.) June 10, 1775–June 7, 1842; Senate Jan. 2, 1815–March 7, 1825; elected pres. pro tempore Feb. 15, 1819; Gov. Jan. 3, 1812–Dec. 1, 1814; secretary of war March 7, 1825–May 23, 1828.

    Barbour, John Strode (father of John Strode Barbour Jr., cousin of James Barbour and Philip Pendleton Barbour) (J Va.) Aug. 8, 1790–Jan. 12, 1855; House 1823–33 (1823–27 no party).

    Barbour, John Strode Jr. (son of John Strode Barbour) (D Va.) Dec. 29, 1820–May 14, 1892; House 1881–87; Senate 1889–May 14, 1892.

    Barbour, Lucien (R Ind.) March 4, 1811–July 19, 1880; House 1855–57.

    Barbour, Philip Pendleton (brother of James Barbour, cousin of John Strode Barbour) (J Va.) May 25, 1783–Feb. 25, 1841; House Sept. 19, 1814–25 (Republican), 1827–Oct. 15, 1830 (1827–29 Republican); Speaker Dec. 4, 1821–23; assoc. justice May 12, 1836–Feb. 25, 1841.

    Barbour, William Warren (R N.J.) July 31, 1888–Nov. 22, 1943; Senate Dec. 1, 1931–37, Nov. 9, 1938–Nov. 22, 1943.

    Barca, Peter W. (D Wis.) Aug. 7, 1955–; House June 8, 1993–95.

    Barchfeld, Andrew Jackson (R Pa.) May 18, 1863–Jan. 28, 1922; House 1905–17.

    Barcia, James A. (D Mich.) Feb. 25, 1952–; House 1993–2003.

    Barclay, Charles Frederick (R Pa.) May 9, 1844–March 9, 1914; House 1907–11.

    Barclay, David (D Pa.) 1823–Sept. 10, 1889; House 1855–57.

    Bard, David (R Pa.) 1744–March 12, 1815; House 1795–99, 1803–March 12, 1815.

    Bard, Thomas Robert (R Calif.) Dec. 8, 1841–March 5, 1915; Senate Feb. 7, 1900–05.

    Barden, Graham Arthur (D N.C.) Sept. 25, 1896–Jan. 29, 1967; House 1935–61; chair House Education and Labor 1950–53, 1955–61.

    Barham, John All (R Calif.) July 17, 1843–Jan. 22, 1926; House 1895–1901.

    Baring, Walter Stephan Jr. (D Nev.) Sept. 9, 1911–July 13, 1975; House 1949–53, 1957–73.

    Barker, Abraham Andrews (UR Pa.) March 30, 1816–March 18, 1898; House 1865–67.

    Barker, David Jr. (– N.H.) Jan. 8, 1797–April 1, 1834; House 1827–29.

    Barker, Joseph (R Mass.) Oct. 19, 1751–July 5, 1815; House 1805–09.

    Barkley, Alben William (D Ky.) Nov. 24, 1877–April 30, 1956; House 1913–27; Senate 1927–Jan. 19, 1949, 1955–April 30, 1956; Senate majority leader July 22, 1937–47; Senate minority leader 1947–49; vice president 1949–53.

    Barkley, Dean (I Minn.) Aug. 31, 1950–; Senate Nov. 12, 2002–03.

    Barksdale, Ethelbert (brother of William Barksdale) (D Miss.) Jan. 4, 1824–Feb. 17, 1893; House 1883–87.

    Barksdale, William (brother of Ethelbert Barksdale) (D Miss.) Aug. 21, 1821–July 2, 1863; House 1853–Jan. 12, 1861.

    Barlow, Bradley (G Vt.) May 12, 1814–Nov. 6, 1889; House 1879–81.

    Barlow, Charles Averill (P Calif.) March 17, 1858–Oct. 3, 1927; House 1897–99.

    Barlow, Stephen (– Pa.) June 13, 1779–Aug. 24, 1845; House 1827–29.

    Barlow, Tom (D Ky.) Aug. 7, 1940–; House 1993–95.

    Barnard, Daniel Dewey (W N.Y.) July 16, 1797–April 24, 1861; House 1827–29 (no party), 1839–45.

    Barnard, Druie Douglas Jr. (D Ga.) March 20, 1922–; House 1977–93.

    Barnard, Isaac Dutton (J Pa.) July 18, 1791–Feb. 28, 1834; Senate 1827–Dec. 6, 1831.

    Barnard, William Oscar (R Ind.) Oct. 25, 1852–April 8, 1939; House 1909–11.

    Barnes, Demas (D N.Y.) April 4, 1827–May 1, 1888; House 1867–69.

    Barnes, George Thomas (D Ga.) Aug. 14, 1833–Oct. 24, 1901; House 1885–91.

    Barnes, James Martin (D Ill.) Jan. 9, 1899–June 8, 1958; House 1939–43.

    Barnes, Lyman Eddy (D Wis.) June 30, 1855–Jan. 16, 1904; House 1893–95.

    Barnes, Michael Darr (D Md.) Sept. 3, 1943–; House 1979–87.

    Barnett, William (R Ga.) March 4, 1761–April 1832; House Oct. 5, 1812–15.

    Barney, John (F Md.) Jan. 18, 1785–Jan. 26, 1857; House 1825–29.

    Barney, Samuel Stebbins (R Wis.) Jan. 31, 1846–Dec. 31, 1919; House 1895–1903.

    Barnhart, Henry A. (D Ind.) Sept. 11, 1858–March 26, 1934; House Nov. 3, 1908–19.

    Barnitz, Charles Augustus (AMas. Pa.) Sept. 11, 1780–Jan. 8, 1850; House 1833–35.

    Barnum, William Henry (D Conn.) Sept. 17, 1818–April 30, 1889; House 1867–May 18, 1876; Senate May 18, 1876–79; chair Dem. Nat. Comm. 1877–89.

    Barnwell, Robert (father of Robert Woodward Barnwell) (F S.C.) Dec. 21, 1761–Oct. 24, 1814; House 1791–93; Cont. Cong. 1789.

    Barnwell, Robert Woodward (son of Robert Barnwell) (– S.C.) Aug. 10, 1801–Nov. 5, 1882; House 1829–33; Senate June 4–Dec. 8, 1850.

    Barr, Bob (R Ga.) Nov. 5, 1948–; House 1995–2003.

    Barr, Joseph Walker (D Ind.) Jan. 17, 1918–Feb. 23, 1996; House 1959–61; secretary of the Treasury Dec. 21, 1968–Jan. 20, 1969.

    Barr, Samuel Fleming (R Pa.) June 15, 1829–May 29, 1919; House 1881–85.

    Barr, Thomas Jefferson (ID N.Y.) 1812–March 27, 1881; House Jan. 17, 1859–61.

    Barrere, Granville (nephew of Nelson Barrere) (R Ill.) July 11, 1829–Jan. 13, 1889; House 1873–75.

    Barrere, Nelson (uncle of Granville Barrere) (W Ohio) April 1, 1808–Aug. 20, 1883; House 1851–53.

    Barret, John Richard (D Mo.) Aug. 21, 1825–Nov. 2, 1903; House 1859–June 8, 1860, Dec. 3, 1860–61.

    Barrett, Frank Aloysius (R Wyo.) Nov. 10, 1892–May 30, 1962; House 1943–Dec. 31, 1950; Senate 1953–59; Gov. Jan. 1, 1951–Jan. 3, 1953.

    Barrett, James Gresham (R S.C.) Feb. 14, 1961–; House 2003–.

    Barrett, Thomas M. (D Wis.) Dec. 8, 1953–; House 1993–2003.

    Barrett, William Aloysius (D Pa.) Aug. 14, 1896–April 12, 1976; House 1945–47, 1949–April 12, 1976.

    Barrett, William E. (R Neb.) Feb. 9, 1929–; House 1991–2001.

    Barrett, William Emerson (R Mass.) Dec. 29, 1858–Feb. 12, 1906; House 1895–99.

    Barringer, Daniel Laurens (uncle of Daniel Moreau Barringer) (– N.C.) Oct. 1, 1788–Oct. 16, 1852; House Dec. 4, 1826–35.

    Barringer, Daniel Moreau (nephew of Daniel Laurens Barringer) (W N.C.) July 30, 1806–Sept. 1, 1873; House 1843–49.

    Barrow, Alexander (W La.) March 27, 1801–Dec. 29, 1846; Senate 1841–Dec. 29, 1846.

    Barrow, John (D Ga.) Oct. 31, 1955–; House 2005–.

    Barrow, Middleton Pope (grandson of Wilson Lumpkin) (D Ga.) Aug. 1, 1839–Dec. 23, 1903; Senate Nov. 15, 1882–83.

    Barrow, Washington (W Tenn.) Oct. 5, 1807–Oct. 19, 1866; House 1847–49.

    Barrows, Samuel June (R Mass.) May 26, 1845–April 21, 1909; House 1897–99.

    Barry, Alexander Grant (R Ore.) Aug. 23, 1892–Dec. 28, 1952; Senate Nov. 9, 1938–39.

    Barry, Frederick George (D Miss.) Jan. 12, 1845–May 7, 1909; House 1885–89.

    Barry, Henry W. (R Miss.) April 1840–June 7, 1875; House Feb. 23, 1870–75.

    Barry, Robert Raymond (R N.Y.) May 15, 1915–June 14, 1988; House 1959–65.

    Barry, William Bernard (D N.Y.) July 21, 1902–Oct. 20, 1946; House Nov. 5, 1935–Oct. 20, 1946.

    Barry, William Taylor (R Ky.) Feb. 5, 1784–Aug. 30, 1835; House Aug. 8, 1810–11; Senate Dec. 16, 1814–May 1, 1816; postmaster general April 6, 1829–April 30, 1835.

    Barry, William Taylor Sullivan (D Miss.) Dec. 10, 1821–Jan. 29, 1868; House 1853–55.

    Barstow, Gamaliel Henry (AMas. N.Y.) July 20, 1784–March 30, 1865; House 1831–33.

    Barstow, Gideon (– Mass.) Sept. 7, 1783–March 26, 1852; House 1821–23.

    Bartholdt, Richard (R Mo.) Nov. 2, 1855–March 19, 1932; House 1893–1915.

    Bartine, Horace Franklin (R Nev.) March 21, 1848–Aug. 27, 1918; House 1889–93.

    Bartlett, Bailey (F Mass.) Jan. 29, 1750–Sept. 9, 1830; House Nov. 27, 1797–1801.

    Bartlett, Charles Lafayette (D Ga.) Jan. 31, 1853–April 21, 1938; House 1895–1915.

    Bartlett, Dewey Follett (R Okla.) March 28, 1919–March 1, 1979; Senate 1973–79; Gov. Jan. 9, 1967–Jan. 11, 1971.

    Bartlett, Edward Lewis “Bob” (D Alaska) April 20, 1904–Dec. 11, 1968; House (Terr. Del.) 1945–59; Senate 1959–Dec. 11, 1968.

    Bartlett, Franklin (D N.Y.) Sept. 10, 1847–April 23, 1909; House 1893–97.

    Bartlett, George Arthur (D Nev.) Nov. 30, 1869–June 1, 1951; House 1907–11.

    Bartlett, Harry Stephen “Steve” (R Texas) Sept. 19, 1947–; House 1983–March 11, 1991.

    Bartlett, Ichabod (– N.H.) July 24, 1786–Oct. 19, 1853; House 1823–29.

    Bartlett, Josiah Jr. (son of Gov. Josiah Bartlett of N.H.) (R N.H.) Aug. 29, 1768–April 16, 1838; House 1811–13.

    Bartlett, Roscoe G. (R Md.) June 3, 1926–; House 1993–.

    Bartlett, Thomas Jr. (D Vt.) June 18, 1808–Sept. 12, 1876; House 1851–53.

    Bartley, Mordecai (– Ohio) Dec. 16, 1783–Oct. 10, 1870; House 1823–31; Gov. Dec. 3, 1844–Dec. 12, 1846 (Whig).

    Barton, Bruce (R N.Y.) Aug. 5, 1886–July 5, 1967; House Nov. 2, 1937–41.

    Barton, David (– Mo.) Dec. 14, 1783–Sept. 28, 1837; Senate Aug. 10, 1821–31.

    Barton, Joe Linus (R Texas) Sept. 15, 1949–; House 1985–; chair House Energy and Commerce Feb. 26, 2004–07.

    Barton, Richard Walker (W Va.) 1800–March 15, 1859; House 1841–43.

    Barton, Samuel (J N.Y.) July 27, 1785–Jan. 29, 1858; House 1835–37.

    Barton, Silas Reynolds (R Neb.) May 21, 1872–Nov. 7, 1916; House 1913–15.

    Barton, William Edward (cousin of Courtney Walker Hamlin) (D Mo.) April 11, 1868–July 29, 1955; House 1931–33.

    Barwig, Charles (D Wis.) March 19, 1837–Feb. 15, 1912; House 1889–95.

    Bashford, Coles (I Ariz.) Jan. 24, 1816–April 25, 1878; House (Terr. Del.) 1867–69; Gov. March 25, 1856–Jan. 4, 1858 (Republican Wis.).

    Bass, Charles Foster (son of Perkins Bass, grandson of Gov. Robert P. Bass of N.H.) (R N.H.) Jan. 8, 1952–; House 1995–2007.

    Bass, Lyman Kidder (R N.Y.) Nov. 13, 1836–May 11, 1889; House 1873–77.

    Bass, Perkins (son of Gov. Robert P. Bass of N.H., father of Charles Foster Bass) (R N.H.) Oct. 6, 1912–; House 1955–63.

    Bass, Ross (D Tenn.) March 17, 1918–Jan. 1, 1993; House 1955–Nov. 3, 1964; Senate Nov. 4, 1964–Jan. 2, 1967.

    Bassett, Burwell (R Va.) March 18, 1764–Feb. 26, 1841; House 1805–13, 1815–19, 1821–29.

    Bassett, Edward Murray (D N.Y.) Feb. 7, 1863–Oct. 27, 1948; House 1903–05.

    Bassett, Richard (grandfather of Richard Henry Bayard and James Asheton Bayard Jr., father-in-law of Joshua Clayton) (– Del.) April 2, 1745–Aug. 15, 1815; Senate 1789–93; Gov. Jan. 9, 1799–March 3, 1801 (Federalist).

    Bate, William Brimage (D Tenn.) Oct. 7, 1826–March 9, 1905; Senate 1887–March 9, 1905; Gov. Jan. 15, 1883–Jan. 17, 1887.

    Bateman, Ephraim (– N.J.) July 9, 1780–Jan. 28, 1829; House 1815–23; Senate Nov. 10, 1826–Jan. 12, 1829.

    Bateman, Herbert Harvell (R Va.) Aug. 7, 1928–Sept. 11, 2000; House 1983–Sept. 11, 2000.

    Bates, Arthur Laban (nephew of John Milton Thayer) (R Pa.) June 6, 1859–Aug. 26, 1934; House 1901–13.

    Bates, Edward (brother of James Woodson Bates) (– Mo.) Sept. 4, 1793–March 25, 1869; House 1827–29; attorney general March 5, 1861–Sept. 1864.

    Bates, George Joseph (father of William Henry Bates) (R Mass.) Feb. 25, 1891–Nov. 1, 1949; House 1937–Nov. 1, 1949.

    Bates, Isaac Chapman (W Mass.) Jan. 23, 1779–March 16, 1845; House 1827–35 (no party); Senate Jan. 13, 1841–March 16, 1845.

    Bates, James (J Maine) Sept. 24, 1789–Feb. 25, 1882; House 1831–33.

    Bates, James Woodson (brother of Edward Bates) (– Ark.) Aug. 25, 1788–Dec. 26, 1846; House (Terr. Del.) Dec. 21, 1819–23.

    Bates, Jim (D Calif.) July 21, 1941–; House 1983–91.

    Bates, Joseph Bengal (D Ky.) Oct. 29, 1893–Sept. 10, 1965; House June 4, 1938–53.

    Bates, Martin Waltham (D Del.) Feb. 24, 1786–Jan. 1, 1869; Senate Jan. 14, 1857–59.

    Bates, William Henry (son of George Joseph Bates) (R Mass.) April 26, 1917–June 22, 1969; House Feb. 14, 1950–June 22, 1969.

    Bathrick, Elsworth Raymond (D Ohio) Jan. 6, 1863–Dec. 23, 1917; House 1911–15, March 4–Dec. 23, 1917.

    Battin, James Franklin (R Mont.) Feb. 13, 1925–Sept. 27, 1996; House 1961–Feb. 27, 1969.

    Battle, Laurie Calvin (D Ala.) May 10, 1912–May 2, 2000; House 1947–55.

    Baucus, Max Sieben (D Mont.) Dec. 11, 1941–; House 1975–Dec. 14, 1978; Senate Dec. 15, 1978–; chair Senate Environment and Public Works 1993–95, Senate Finance Jan. 3–Jan. 20, 2001, June 6, 2001–03, 2007–.

    Bauman, Robert Edmund (R Md.) April 4, 1937–; House Aug. 21, 1973–81.

    Baumhart, Albert David Jr. (R Ohio) June 15, 1908–Jan. 23, 2001; House 1941–Sept. 2, 1942, 1955–61.

    Baxter, Portus (R Vt.) Dec. 4, 1806–March 4, 1868; House 1861–67.

    Bay, William Van Ness (D Mo.) Nov. 23, 1818–Feb. 10, 1894; House 1849–51.

    Bayard, James Asheton (father of Richard Henry Bayard and James Asheton Bayard Jr., grandfather of Thomas Francis Bayard, great-grandfather of Thomas Francis Bayard Jr.) (F Del.) July 28, 1767–Aug. 6, 1815; House 1797–1803; Senate Nov. 13, 1804–13.

    Bayard, James Asheton Jr. (son of James Asheton Bayard, brother of Richard Henry Bayard, grandson of Richard Bassett, father of Thomas Francis Bayard, grandfather of Thomas Francis Bayard Jr.) (D Del.) Nov. 15, 1799–June 13, 1880; Senate 1851–Jan. 29, 1864, April 5, 1867–69.

    Bayard, Richard Henry (son of James Asheton Bayard, brother of James Asheton Bayard Jr., grandson of Richard Bassett) (W Del.) Sept. 26, 1796–March 4, 1868; Senate June 17, 1836–Sept. 19, 1839, Jan. 12, 1841–45.

    Bayard, Thomas Francis (son of James Asheton Bayard Jr., father of Thomas Francis Bayard Jr.) (D Del.) Oct. 29, 1828–Sept. 28, 1898; Senate 1869–March 6, 1885; elected pres. pro tempore Oct. 10, 1881; secretary of state March 7, 1885–March 6, 1889.

    Bayard, Thomas Francis Jr. (son of Thomas Francis Bayard, grandson of James Ashton Bayard Jr.) (D Del.) June 4, 1868–July 12, 1942; Senate Nov. 8, 1922–29.

    Bayh, Birch Evan (father of Evan Bayh) (D Ind.) Jan. 22, 1928–;Senate 1963–81; chair Senate Select Intelligence 1978–81.

    Bayh, Evan (son of Birch Evan Bayh) (D Ind.) Dec. 26, 1955–; Senate 1999–; Gov. Jan. 9, 1989–Jan. 13, 1997.

    Baylies, Francis (brother of William Baylies) (– Mass.) Oct. 16, 1783–Oct. 28, 1852; House 1821–27.

    Baylies, William (brother of Francis Baylies) (J Mass.) Sept. 15, 1776–Sept. 27, 1865; House March 4–June 28, 1809, 1813–17 (1809–17 Federalist), 1833–35 (Anti-Jacksonian).

    Baylor, Robert Emmett Bledsoe (nephew of Jesse Bledsoe) (J Ala.) May 10, 1793–Jan. 6, 1874; House 1829–31.

    Bayly, Thomas (F Md.) Sept. 13, 1775–1829; House 1817–23.

    Bayly, Thomas Henry (son of Thomas Monteagle Bayly) (D Va.) Dec. 11, 1810–June 23, 1856; House May 6, 1844–June 23, 1856.

    Bayly, Thomas Monteagle (father of Thomas Henry Bayly) (F Va.) March 26, 1775–Jan. 7, 1834; House 1813–15.

    Bayne, Thomas McKee (R Pa.) June 14, 1836–June 16, 1894; House 1877–91.

    Beach, Clifton Bailey (R Ohio) Sept. 16, 1845–Nov. 15, 1902; House 1895–99.

    Beach, Lewis (D N.Y.) March 30, 1835–Aug. 10, 1886; House 1881–Aug. 10, 1886.

    Beakes, Samuel Willard (D Mich.) Jan. 11, 1861–Feb. 9, 1927; House 1913–March 3, 1917, Dec. 13, 1917–19.

    Beale, Charles Lewis (R N.Y.) March 5, 1824–Jan. 29, 1900; House 1859–61.

    Beale, James Madison Hite (D Va.) Feb. 7, 1786–Aug. 2, 1866; House 1833–37 (Jacksonian), 1849–53.

    Beale, Joseph Grant (R Pa.) March 26, 1839–May 21, 1915; House 1907–09.

    Beale, Richard Lee Turberville (D Va.) May 22, 1819–April 21, 1893; House 1847–49, Jan. 23, 1879–81.

    Beales, Cyrus William (R Pa.) Dec. 16, 1877–Nov. 14, 1927; House 1915–17.

    Beall, James Andrew “Jack” (D Texas) Oct. 25, 1866–Feb. 12, 1929; House 1903–15.

    Beall, James Glenn (father of John Glenn Beall Jr.) (R Md.) June 5, 1894–Jan. 14, 1971; House 1943–53; Senate 1953–65.

    Beall, John Glenn Jr. (son of James Glenn Beall) (R Md.) June 19, 1927–; House 1969–71; Senate 1971–77.

    Beall, Reasin (R Ohio) Dec. 3, 1769–Feb. 20, 1843; House April 20, 1813–June 7, 1814.

    Beam, Harry Peter (D Ill.) Nov. 23, 1892–Dec. 31, 1967; House 1931–Dec. 6, 1942.

    Beaman, Fernando Cortez (R Mich.) June 28, 1814–Sept. 27, 1882; House 1861–71.

    Beamer, John Valentine (R Ind.) Nov. 17, 1896–Sept. 8, 1964; House 1951–59.

    Bean, Benning Moulton (J N.H.) Jan. 9, 1782–Feb. 6, 1866; House 1833–37.

    Bean, Curtis Coe (R Ariz.) Jan. 4, 1828–Feb. 1, 1904; House (Terr. Del.) 1885–87.

    Bean, Melissa (D Ill.) Jan. 22, 1962–; House 2005–.

    Beard, Edward Peter (D R.I.) Jan. 20, 1940–; House 1975–81.

    Beard, Robin Leo Jr. (R Tenn.) Aug. 21, 1939–June 16, 2007; House 1973–83.

    Beardsley, Samuel (D N.Y.) Feb. 6, 1790–May 6, 1860; House 1831–March 29, 1836 (Jacksonian), 1843–Feb. 29, 1844.

    Beatty, John (– N.J.) Dec. 10, 1749–May 30, 1826; House 1793–95; Cont. Cong. 1784–85.

    Beatty, John (R Ohio) Dec. 16, 1828–Dec. 21, 1914; House Feb. 5, 1868–73.

    Beatty, William (D Pa.) 1787–April 12, 1851; House 1837–41.

    Beaty, Martin(AJ Ky.) ?–?; House 1833–35.

    Beaumont, Andrew (J Pa.) Jan. 24, 1790–Sept. 30, 1853; House 1833–37.

    Beauprez, Robert Lewis “Bob” (R Colo.) Sept. 22, 1948–; House 2003–07.

    Becerra, Xavier (D Calif.) Jan. 26, 1958–; House 1993–.

    Beck, Erasmus Williams (D Ga.) Oct. 21, 1833–July 22, 1898; House Dec. 2, 1872–73.

    Beck, James Burnie (D Ky.) Feb. 13, 1822–May 3, 1890; House 1867–75; Senate 1877–May 3, 1890.

    Beck, James Montgomery (R Pa.) July 9, 1861–April 12, 1936; House Nov. 8, 1927–Sept. 30, 1934.

    Beck, Joseph David (R Wis.) March 14, 1866–Nov. 8, 1936; House 1921–29.

    Becker, Frank John (R N.Y.) Aug. 27, 1899–Sept. 4, 1981; House 1953–65.

    Beckham, John Crepps Wickliffe (grandson of Charles Anderson Wickliffe, cousin of Robert Charles Wickliffe) (D Ky.) Aug. 5, 1869–Jan. 9, 1940; Senate 1915–21; Gov. Feb. 3, 1900–Dec. 10, 1907.

    Beckner, William Morgan (D Ky.) June 19, 1841–March 14, 1910; House Dec. 3, 1894–95.

    Beckwith, Charles Dyer (R N.J.) Oct. 22, 1838–March 27, 1921; House 1889–91.

    Beckworth, Lindley Garrison “Gary” Sr. (D Texas) June 30, 1913–March 9, 1984; House 1939–53, 1957–67.

    Bede, James Adam (R Minn.) Jan. 13, 1856–April 11, 1942; House 1903–09.

    Bedell, Berkley Warren (D Iowa) March 5, 1921–; House 1975–87.

    Bedinger, George Michael (uncle of Henry Bedinger) (R Ky.) Dec. 10, 1756–Dec. 7, 1843; House 1803–07.

    Bedinger, Henry (nephew of George Michael Bedinger) (D Va.) Feb. 3, 1812–Nov. 26, 1858; House 1845–49.

    Bee, Carlos (D Texas) July 8, 1867–April 20, 1932; House 1919–21.

    Beebe, George Monroe (D N.Y.) Oct. 28, 1836–March 1, 1927; House 1875–79.

    Beecher, Philemon (– Ohio) 1775–Nov. 30, 1839; House 1817–21, 1823–29.

    Beedy, Carroll Lynwood (R Maine) Aug. 3, 1880–Aug. 30, 1947; House 1921–35.

    Beekman, Thomas (– N.Y.) ?–?; House 1829–31.

    Beeman, Joseph Henry (D Miss.) Nov. 17, 1833–July 31, 1909; House 1891–93.

    Beermann, Ralph Frederick (R Neb.) Aug. 13, 1912–Feb. 17, 1977; House 1961–65.

    Beers, Cyrus (D N.Y.) June 21, 1786–June 5, 1850; House Dec. 3, 1838–39.

    Beers, Edward McMath (R Pa.) May 27, 1877–April 21, 1932; House 1923–April 21, 1932.

    Beeson, Henry White (D Pa.) Sept. 14, 1791–Oct. 28, 1863; House May 31, 1841–43.

    Begg, James Thomas (R Ohio) Feb. 16, 1877–March 26, 1963; House 1919–29.

    Begich, Nicholas Joseph (D Alaska) April 6, 1932–?; House 1971–72. (Disappeared on an airplane flight Oct. 16, 1972, and presumed dead; congressional seat declared vacant Dec. 29, 1972.)

    Begole, Josiah Williams (R Mich.) Jan. 20, 1815–June 5, 1896; House 1873–75; Gov. Jan. 1, 1883–Jan. 1, 1885.

    Beidler, Jacob Atlee (R Ohio) Nov. 2, 1852–Sept. 13, 1912; House 1901–07.

    Beilenson, Anthony Charles (D Calif.) Oct. 26, 1932–; House 1977–97; chair House Select Intelligence 1989–91.

    Beirne, Andrew (D Va.) 1771–March 16, 1845; House 1837–41.

    Beiter, Alfred Florian (D N.Y.) July 7, 1894–March 11, 1974; House 1933–39, 1941–43.

    Belcher, Hiram (W Maine) Feb. 23, 1790–May 6, 1857; House 1847–49.

    Belcher, Nathan (D Conn.) June 23, 1813–June 2, 1891; House 1853–55.

    Belcher, Page Henry (R Okla.) April 21, 1899–Aug. 2, 1980; House 1951–73.

    Belden, George Ogilvie (– N.Y.) March 28, 1797–Oct. 9, 1833; House 1827–29.

    Belden, James Jerome (R N.Y.) Sept. 30, 1825–Jan. 1, 1904; House Nov. 8, 1887–95, 1897–99.

    Belford, James Burns (cousin of Joseph McCrum Belford) (R Colo.) Sept. 28, 1837–Jan. 10, 1910; House Oct. 3, 1876–Dec. 13, 1877, 1879–85.

    Belford, Joseph McCrum (cousin of James Burns Belford) (R N.Y.) Aug. 5, 1852–May 3, 1917; House 1897–99.

    Belknap, Charles Eugene (R Mich.) Oct. 17, 1846–Jan. 16, 1929; House 1889–91, Nov. 3, 1891–93.

    Belknap, Hugh Reid (R Ill.) Sept. 1, 1860–Nov. 12, 1901; House Dec. 27, 1895–99.

    Bell, Alphonzo (R Calif.) Sept. 19, 1914–April 25, 2004; House 1961–77.

    Bell, Charles Henry (nephew of Samuel Bell, cousin of James Bell) (R N.H.) Nov. 18, 1823–Nov. 11, 1893; Senate March 13–June 18, 1879; Gov. June 2, 1881–June 7, 1883.

    Bell, Charles Jasper (D Mo.) Jan. 16, 1885–Jan. 21, 1978; House 1935–49.

    Bell, Charles Keith (nephew of Reese Bowen Brabson) (D Texas) April 18, 1853–April 21, 1913; House 1893–97.

    Bell, Charles Webster (PR Calif.) June 11, 1857–April 19, 1927; House 1913–15.

    Bell, R. Christopher “Chris” (R Texas) Nov. 23, 1959–; House 2003–05.

    Bell, Hiram (W Ohio) April 22, 1808–Dec. 21, 1855; House 1851–53.

    Bell, Hiram Parks (D Ga.) Jan. 19, 1827–Aug. 17, 1907; House 1873–75, March 13, 1877–79.

    Bell, James (son of Samuel Bell, uncle of Samuel Newell Bell, cousin of Charles Henry Bell) (R N.H.) Nov. 13, 1804–May 26, 1857; Senate July 30, 1855–May 26, 1857.

    Bell, James Martin (AJ Ohio) Oct. 16, 1796–April 4, 1849; House 1833–35.

    Bell, John (W Ohio) June 19, 1796–May 4, 1869; House Jan. 7–March 3, 1851.

    Bell, John (W Tenn.) Feb. 15, 1797–Sept. 10, 1869; House 1827–41 (no party); Speaker June 2, 1834–35; Senate Nov. 22, 1847–59; secretary of war March 5–Sept. 13, 1841.

    Bell, John Calhoun (P Colo.) Dec. 11, 1851–Aug. 12, 1933; House 1893–1903.

    Bell, John Junior (D Texas) May 15, 1910–Jan. 24, 1963; House 1955–57.

    Bell, Joshua Fry (W Ky.) Nov. 26, 1811–Aug. 17, 1870; House 1845–47.

    Bell, Peter Hansbrough (D Texas) May 12, 1812–March 8, 1898; House 1853–57; Gov. Dec. 21, 1849–Nov. 23, 1853.

    Bell, Samuel (father of James Bell, grandfather of Samuel Newell Bell, uncle of Charles Henry Bell) (W N.H.) Feb. 9, 1770–Dec. 23, 1850; Senate 1823–35 (1823–34 no party); Gov. June 3, 1819–June 5, 1823 (Democratic Republican).

    Bell, Samuel Newell (grandson of Samuel Bell, nephew of James Bell) (D N.H.) March 25, 1829–Feb. 8, 1889; House 1871–73, 1875–77.

    Bell, Theodore Arlington (D Calif.) July 25, 1872–Sept. 4, 1922; House 1903–05.

    Bell, Thomas Montgomery (D Ga.) March 17, 1861–March 18, 1941; House 1905–31.

    Bellamy, John Dillard (D N.C.) March 24, 1854–Sept. 25, 1942; House 1899–1903.

    Bellinger, Joseph (R S.C.) 1773–Jan. 10, 1830; House 1817–19.

    Bellmon, Henry Louis (R Okla.) Sept. 3, 1921–; Senate 1969–81; Gov. Jan. 14, 1963–Jan. 9, 1967, Jan. 12, 1987–Jan. 14, 1991.

    Belmont, Oliver Hazard Perry (brother of Perry Belmont) (D N.Y.) Nov. 12, 1858–June 10, 1908; House 1901–03.

    Belmont, Perry (brother of Oliver Hazard Perry Belmont) (D N.Y.) Dec. 28, 1851–May 25, 1947; House 1881–Dec. 1, 1888.

    Belser, James Edwin (D Ala.) Dec. 22, 1805–Jan. 16, 1859; House 1843–45.

    Beltzhoover, Frank Eckels (D Pa.) Nov. 6, 1841–June 2, 1923; House 1879–83, 1891–95.

    Bender, George Harrison (R Ohio) Sept. 29, 1896–June 18, 1961; House 1939–49, 1951–Dec. 15, 1954; Senate Dec. 16, 1954–57.

    Benedict, Charles Brewster (D N.Y.) Feb. 7, 1828–Oct. 3, 1901; House 1877–79.

    Benedict, Cleveland Keith (R W.Va.) March 21, 1935–; House 1981–83.

    Benedict, Henry Stanley (R Calif.) Feb. 20, 1878–July 10, 1930; House Nov. 7, 1916–17.

    Benet, Christie (D S.C.) Dec. 26, 1879–March 30, 1951; Senate July 6–Nov. 5, 1918.

    Benham, John Samuel (R Ind.) Oct. 24, 1863–Dec. 11, 1935; House 1919–23.

    Benitez, Jaime (PD P.R.) Oct. 29, 1908–May 30, 2001; House (Res. Comm.) 1973–77.

    Benjamin, Adam Jr. (D Ind.) Aug. 6, 1935–Sept. 7, 1982; House 1977–Sept. 7, 1982.

    Benjamin, John Forbes (R Mo.) Jan. 23, 1817–March 8, 1877; House 1865–71.

    Benjamin, Judah Philip (D La.) Aug. 6, 1811–May 6, 1884; Senate 1853–Feb. 4, 1861 (1853–59 Whig).

    Benner, George Jacob (D Pa.) April 13, 1859–Dec. 30, 1930; House 1897–99.

    Bennet, Augustus Witschief (son of William Stiles Bennet) (R N.Y.) Oct. 7, 1897–June 5, 1983; House 1945–47.

    Bennet, Benjamin (R N.J.) Oct. 31, 1764–Oct. 8, 1840; House 1815–19.

    Bennet, Hiram Pitt (CR Colo.) Sept. 2, 1826–Nov. 11, 1914; House (Terr. Del.) Aug. 19, 1861–65.

    Bennet, William Stiles (father of Augustus Witschief Bennet) (R N.Y.) Nov. 9, 1870–Dec. 1, 1962; House 1905–11, Nov. 2, 1915–17.

    Bennett, Charles Edward (D Fla.) Dec. 2, 1910–Sept. 6, 2003; House 1949–93; chair House Standards of Official Conduct 1977–81.

    Bennett, Charles Goodwin (R N.Y.) Dec. 11, 1863–May 25, 1914; House 1895–99.

    Bennett, David Smith (R N.Y.) May 3, 1811–Nov. 6, 1894; House 1869–71.

    Bennett, Granville Gaylord (R Dakota) Oct. 9, 1833–June 28, 1910; House (Terr. Del.) 1879–81.

    Bennett, Hendley Stone (D Miss.) April 7, 1807–Dec. 15, 1891; House 1855–57.

    Bennett, Henry (R N.Y.) Sept. 29, 1808–May 10, 1868; House 1849–59 (1849–57 Whig).

    Bennett, John Bonifas (R Mich.) Jan. 10, 1904–Aug. 9, 1964; House 1943–45, 1947–Aug. 9, 1964.

    Bennett, Joseph Bentley (R Ky.) April 21, 1859–Nov. 7, 1923; House 1905–11.

    Bennett, Marion Tinsley (son of Philip Allen Bennett) (R Mo.) June 6, 1914–Sept. 6, 2000; House Jan. 12, 1943–49.

    Bennett, Philip Allen (father of Marion Tinsley Bennett) (R Mo.) March 5, 1881–Dec. 7, 1942; House 1941–Dec. 7, 1942.

    Bennett, Risden Tyler (D N.C.) June 18, 1840–July 21, 1913; House 1883–87.

    Bennett, Robert Foster (son of Wallace Foster Bennett) (R Utah) Sept. 18, 1933–; Senate 1993–.

    Bennett, Thomas Warren (I Idaho) Feb. 16, 1831–Feb. 2, 1893; House (Terr. Del.) 1875–June 23, 1876; Gov. (Idaho Terr.) Sept. 1871–Dec. 4, 1875.

    Bennett, Wallace Foster (father of Robert Foster Bennett) (R Utah) Nov. 13, 1898–Dec. 19, 1993; Senate 1951–Dec. 20, 1974.

    Benny, Allan (D N.J.) July 12, 1867–Nov. 6, 1942; House 1903–05.

    Benson, Alfred Washburn (R Kan.) July 15, 1843–Jan. 1, 1916; Senate June 11, 1906–Jan. 23, 1907.

    Benson, Carville Dickinson (D Md.) Aug. 24, 1872–Feb. 8, 1929; House Nov. 5, 1918–21.

    Benson, Egbert (F N.Y.) June 21, 1746–Aug. 24, 1833; House 1789–93 (no party), March 4–Aug. 2, 1813; Cont. Cong. 1784, 1787–88.

    Benson, Elmer Austin (FL Minn.) Sept. 22, 1895–March 13, 1985; Senate Dec. 27, 1935–Nov. 3, 1936; Gov. Jan. 4, 1937–Jan. 2, 1939.

    Benson, Samuel Page (R Maine) Nov. 28, 1804–Aug. 12, 1876; House 1853–57 (1853–55 Whig).

    Bentley, Alvin Morell (R Mich.) Aug. 30, 1918–April 10, 1969; House 1953–61.

    Bentley, Helen Delich (R Md.) Nov. 28, 1923–; House 1985–95.

    Bentley, Henry Wilbur (D N.Y.) Sept. 30, 1838–Jan. 27, 1907; House 1891–93.

    Benton, Charles Swan (D N.Y.) July 12, 1810–May 4, 1882; House 1843–47.

    Benton, Jacob (R N.H.) Aug. 19, 1814–Sept. 29, 1892; House 1867–71.

    Benton, Lemuel (great-grandfather of George William Dargan) (R S.C.) 1754–May 18, 1818; House 1793–99 (1793–95 no party).

    Benton, Maecenas Eason (D Mo.) Jan. 29, 1848–April 27, 1924; House 1897–1905.

    Benton, Thomas Hart (father-in-law of John Charles Fremont) (D Mo.) March 14, 1782–April 10, 1858; Senate Aug. 10, 1821–51; House 1853–55.

    Benton, William (D Conn.) April 1, 1900–March 18, 1973; Senate Dec. 17, 1949–53.

    Bentsen, Ken (nephew of Lloyd Bentsen) (D Texas) June 3, 1959–; House 1995–2003.

    Bentsen, Lloyd Millard Jr. (uncle of Ken Bentsen) (D Texas) Feb. 11, 1921–May 23, 2006; House Dec. 4, 1948–55; Senate 1971–Jan. 20, 1993; chair Senate Finance 1987–93; secretary of the Treasury Jan. 22, 1993–Dec. 22, 1994.

    Bereuter, Douglas K. (R Neb.) Oct. 6, 1939–; House 1979–Aug. 31, 2004.

    Bergen, Christopher Augustus (R N.J.) Aug. 2, 1841–Feb. 18, 1905; House 1889–93.

    Bergen, John Teunis (second cousin of Teunis Garret Bergen) (J N.Y.) 1786–March 9, 1855; House 1831–33.

    Bergen, Teunis Garret (second cousin of John Teunis Bergen) (D N.Y.) Oct. 6, 1806–April 24, 1881; House 1865–67.

    Berger, Victor Luitpold (Soc. Wis.) Feb. 28, 1860–Aug. 7, 1929; House 1911–13, 1923–29.

    Bergland, Robert Selmer (D Minn.) July 22, 1928–; House 1971–Jan. 22, 1977; secretary of agriculture Jan. 23, 1977–Jan. 20, 1981.

    Berkley, Shelley (D Nev.) Jan. 20, 1951–; House 1999–.

    Berlin, William Markle (D Pa.) March 29, 1880–Oct. 14, 1962; House 1933–37.

    Berman, Howard Lawrence (D Calif.) April 15, 1941–; House 1983–.

    Bernard, John Toussaint (FL Minn.) March 6, 1893–Aug. 6, 1983; House 1937–39.

    Bernhisel, John Milton (W Utah) July 23, 1799–Sept. 28, 1881; House (Terr. Del.) 1851–59, 1861–63.

    Berrien, John Macpherson (W Ga.) Aug. 23, 1781–Jan. 1, 1856; Senate 1825–March 9, 1829 (Jacksonian), 1841–May 1845, Nov. 13, 1845–May 28, 1852; attorney general March 9, 1829–July 20, 1831.

    Berry, Albert Seaton (D Ky.) May 13, 1836–Jan. 6, 1908; House 1893–1901.

    Berry, Campbell Polson (cousin of James Henderson Berry) (D Calif.) Nov. 7, 1834–Jan. 8, 1901; House 1879–83.

    Berry, Ellis Yarnal (R S.D.) Oct. 6, 1902–April 1, 1999; House 1951–71.

    Berry, George Leonard (D Tenn.) Sept. 12, 1882–Dec. 4, 1948; Senate May 6, 1937–Nov. 8, 1938.

    Berry, James Henderson (cousin of Campbell Polson Berry) (D Ark.) May 15, 1841–Jan. 30, 1913; Senate March 20, 1885–1907; Gov. Jan. 13, 1883–Jan. 17, 1885.

    Berry, John (D Ohio) April 26, 1833–May 18, 1879; House 1873–75.

    Berry, Robert Marion (D Ark.) Aug. 27, 1942–; House 1997–.

    Beshlin, Earl Hanley (D/Prohib. Pa.) April 28, 1870–July 12, 1971; House Nov. 8, 1917–19.

    Bethune, Edwin Ruthvin Jr. (R Ark.) Dec. 19, 1935–; House 1979–85.

    Bethune, Lauchlin (J N.C.) April 15, 1785–Oct. 10, 1874; House 1831–33.

    Bethune, Marion (R Ga.) April 8, 1816–Feb. 20, 1895; House Dec. 22, 1870–71.

    Betton, Silas (F N.H.) Aug. 26, 1768–Jan. 22, 1822; House 1803–07.

    Betts, Jackson Edward (R Ohio) May 26, 1904–Aug. 13, 1993; House 1951–73.

    Betts, Samuel Rossiter (R N.Y.) June 8, 1787–Nov. 2, 1868; House 1815–17.

    Betts, Thaddeus (W Conn.) Feb. 4, 1789–April 7, 1840; Senate 1839–April 7, 1840.

    Beveridge, Albert Jeremiah (R Ind.) Oct. 6, 1862–April 27, 1927; Senate 1899–1911.

    Beveridge, John Lourie (R Ill.) July 6, 1824–May 3, 1910; House Nov. 7, 1871–Jan. 4, 1873; Gov. Jan. 23, 1873–Jan. 8, 1877.

    Bevill, Tom (D Ala.) March 27, 1921–March 28, 2005; House 1967–97.

    Biaggi, Mario (D N.Y.) Oct. 26, 1917–; House 1969–Aug. 8, 1988.

    Bibb, George Mortimer (J Ky.) Oct. 30, 1776–April 14, 1859; Senate 1811–Aug. 23, 1814 (no party), 1829–35; secretary of the Treasury July 4, 1844–March 7, 1845.

    Bibb, William Wyatt (R Ga.) Oct. 2, 1781–July 9, 1820; House Jan. 26, 1807–Nov. 6, 1813; Senate Nov. 6, 1813–Nov. 9, 1816; Gov. Nov. 9, 1819–July 10, 1820 (Democratic Republican Ala.).

    Bibighaus, Thomas Marshal (W Pa.) March 17, 1817–June 18, 1853; House 1851–53.

    Bible, Alan Harvey (D Nev.) Nov. 20, 1909–Sept. 12, 1988; Senate Dec. 2, 1954–Dec. 17, 1974; chair Senate District of Columbia 1959–69; chair Senate Select Small Business 1969–75.

    Bicknell, Bennet (D N.Y.) Nov. 14, 1781–Sept. 15, 1841; House 1837–39.

    Bicknell, George Augustus (D Ind.) Feb. 6, 1815–April 11, 1891; House 1877–81.

    Biddle, Charles John (nephew of Richard Biddle) (D Pa.) April 30, 1819–Sept. 28, 1873; House July 2, 1861–63.

    Biddle, John (– Mich.) March 2, 1792–Aug. 25, 1859; House (Terr. Del.) 1829–Feb. 21, 1831.

    Biddle, Joseph Franklin (R Pa.) Sept. 14, 1871–Dec. 3, 1936; House Nov. 8, 1932–33.

    Biddle, Richard (uncle of Charles John Biddle) (AMas. Pa.) March 25, 1796–July 6, 1847; House 1837–40.

    Biden, Joseph Robinette Jr. (D Del.) Nov. 20, 1942–; Senate 1973–; chair Senate Judiciary 1987–95; chair Senate Foreign Relations Jan. 3–Jan. 20, 2001, June 6, 2001–03, 2007–.

    Bidlack, Benjamin Alden (D Pa.) Sept. 8, 1804–Feb. 6, 1849; House 1841–45.

    Bidwell, Barnabas (R Mass.) Aug. 23, 1763–July 27, 1833; House 1805–July 13, 1807.

    Bidwell, John (R Calif.) Aug. 5, 1819–April 4, 1900; House 1865–67.

    Biemiller, Andrew John (D Wis.) July 23, 1906–April 3, 1982; House 1945–47, 1949–51.

    Biermann, Frederick Elliott (D Iowa) March 20, 1884–July 1, 1968; House 1933–39.

    Biery, James Soloman (R Pa.) March 2, 1839–Dec. 3, 1904; House 1873–75.

    Biester, Edward George Jr. (R Pa.) Jan. 5, 1931–; House 1967–77.

    Bigby, John Summerfield (R Ga.) Feb. 13, 1832–March 28, 1898; House 1871–73.

    Bigelow, Abijah (F Mass.) Dec. 5, 1775–April 5, 1860; House Oct. 8, 1810–15.

    Bigelow, Herbert Seely (D Ohio) Jan. 4, 1870–Nov. 11, 1951; House 1937–39.

    Bigelow, Lewis (F Mass.) Aug. 18, 1785–Oct. 2, 1838; House 1821–23.

    Biggert, Judy (R Ill.) Aug. 15, 1936–; House 1999–.

    Biggs, Asa (D N.C.) Feb. 4, 1811–March 6, 1878; House 1845–47; Senate 1855–May 5, 1858.

    Biggs, Benjamin Thomas (D Del.) Oct. 1, 1821–Dec. 25, 1893; House 1869–73; Gov. Jan. 18, 1887–Jan. 20, 1891.

    Biggs, Marion (D Calif.) May 2, 1823–Aug. 2, 1910; House 1887–91.

    Bigler, William (brother of Gov. John Bigler of Calif.) (D Pa.) Jan. 1, 1814–Aug. 9, 1880; Senate Jan. 14, 1856–61; Gov. Jan. 20, 1852–Jan. 16, 1855.

    Bilbo, Theodore Gilmore (D Miss.) Oct. 13, 1877–Aug. 21, 1947; Senate 1935–Aug. 21, 1947; Gov. Jan. 18, 1916–Jan. 20, 1920, Jan. 17, 1928–Jan. 19, 1932.

    Bilbray, Brian P. (nephew of James Hubert Bilbray) (R Calif.) Jan. 28, 1951–; House 1995–2001, June 13, 2006–.

    Bilbray, James Hubert (uncle of Brian P. Bilbray) (D Nev.) May 19, 1938–; House 1987–95.

    Bilirakis, Gus (son of Michael Bilirakis) (R Fla.) Feb. 8, 1963–; House 2007–.

    Bilirakis, Michael (father of Gus Bilirakis) (R Fla.) July 16, 1930–; House 1983–2007.

    Billinghurst, Charles (R Wis.) July 27, 1818–Aug. 18, 1865; House 1855–59.

    Billmeyer, Alexander (D Pa.) Jan. 7, 1841–May 24, 1924; House Nov. 4, 1902–03.

    Binderup, Charles Gustav (D Neb.) March 5, 1873–Aug. 19, 1950; House 1935–39.

    Bines, Thomas (R N.J.) ?–April 9, 1826; House Nov. 2, 1814–15.

    Bingaman, Jesse Francis Jr. “Jeff” (D N.M.) Oct. 3, 1943–; Senate 1983–; chair Senate Energy and Natural Resources Jan. 3–Jan. 20, 2001, June 6, 2001–03, 2007–.

    Bingham, Henry Harrison (R Pa.) Dec. 4, 1841–March 22, 1912; House 1879–March 22, 1912.

    Bingham, Hiram (father of Jonathan Brewster Bingham) (R Conn.) Nov. 19, 1875–June 6, 1956; Senate Dec. 17, 1924–33; Gov. Jan. 7–Jan. 8, 1925.

    Bingham, John Armor (R Ohio) Jan. 21, 1815–March 19, 1900; House 1855–63, 1865–73.

    Bingham, Jonathan Brewster (son of Hiram Bingham) (D N.Y.) April 24, 1914–July 3, 1986; House 1965–83.

    Bingham, Kinsley Scott (R Mich.) Dec. 16, 1808–Oct. 5, 1861; House 1847–51 (Democrat); Senate 1859–Oct. 5, 1861; Gov. Jan. 3, 1855–Jan. 5, 1859.

    Bingham, William (F Pa.) March 8, 1752–Feb. 7, 1804; Senate 1795–1801; elected pres. pro tempore Feb. 16, 1797; Cont. Cong. 1786–88.

    Binney, Horace (AJ Pa.) Jan. 4, 1780–Aug. 12, 1875; House 1833–35.

    Birch, William Fred (R N.J.) Aug. 30, 1870–Jan. 25, 1946; House Nov. 5, 1918–19.

    Bird, John (F N.Y.) Nov. 22, 1768–Feb. 2, 1806; House 1799–July 25, 1801.

    Bird, John Taylor (D N.J.) Aug. 16, 1829–May 6, 1911; House 1869–73.

    Bird, Richard Ely (R Kan.) Nov. 4, 1878–Jan. 10, 1955; House 1921–23.

    Birdsall, Ausburn (D N.Y.) ?–July 10, 1903; House 1847–49.

    Birdsall, Benjamin Pixley (R Iowa) Oct. 26, 1858–May 26, 1917; House 1903–09.

    Birdsall, James (R N.Y.) 1783–July 20, 1856; House 1815–17.

    Birdsall, Samuel (D N.Y.) May 14, 1791–Feb. 8, 1872; House 1837–39.

    Birdseye, Victory (W N.Y.) Dec. 25, 1782–Sept. 16, 1853; House 1815–17 (Republican), 1841–43.

    Bisbee, Horatio Jr. (R Fla.) May 1, 1839–March 27, 1916; House 1877–Feb. 20, 1879, Jan. 22–March 3, 1881, June 1, 1882–85.

    Bishop, Cecil William “Runt” (R Ill.) June 29, 1890–Sept. 21, 1971; House 1941–55.

    Bishop, James (W N.J.) May 11, 1816–May 10, 1895; House 1855–57.

    Bishop, Phanuel (R Mass.) Sept. 3, 1739–Jan. 6, 1812; House 1799–1807.

    Bishop, Robert (R Utah) July 13, 1951–; House 2003–.

    Bishop, Roswell Peter (R Mich.) Jan. 6, 1843–March 4, 1920; House 1895–1907.

    Bishop, Sanford D. Jr. (D Ga.) Feb. 4, 1947–; House 1993–.

    Bishop, Timothy H. (D N.Y.) June 1, 1950–; House 2003–.

    Bishop, William Darius (D Conn.) Sept. 14, 1827–Feb. 4, 1904; House 1857–59.

    Bissell, William Harrison (ID Ill.) April 25, 1811–March 18, 1860; House 1849–55 (1849–53 Democrat); Gov. Jan. 12, 1857–March 18, 1860 (Republican).

    Bixler, Harris Jacob (R Pa.) Sept. 16, 1870–March 29, 1941; House 1921–27.

    Black, Edward Junius (father of George Robison Black) (D Ga.) Oct. 30, 1806–Sept. 1, 1846; House 1839–41 (Whig), Jan. 3, 1842–45.

    Black, Eugene (D Texas) July 2, 1879–May 22, 1975; House 1915–29.

    Black, Frank Swett (R N.Y.) March 8, 1853–March 22, 1913; House 1895–Jan. 7, 1897; Gov. Jan. 1, 1897–Jan. 1, 1899.

    Black, George Robison (son of Edward Junius Black) (D Ga.) March 24, 1835–Nov. 3, 1886; House 1881–83.

    Black, Henry (W Pa.) Feb. 25, 1783–Nov. 28, 1841; House June 28–Nov. 28, 1841.

    Black, Hugo Lafayette (D Ala.) Feb. 27, 1886–Sept. 25, 1971; Senate 1927–Aug. 19, 1937; assoc. justice Aug. 19, 1937–Sept. 17, 1971.

    Black, James (D Pa.) March 6, 1793–June 21, 1872; House Dec. 5, 1836–37 (Jacksonian), 1843–47.

    Black, James Augustus (D S.C.) 1793–April 3, 1848; House 1843–April 3, 1848.

    Black, James Conquest Cross (D Ga.) May 9, 1842–Oct. 1, 1928; House 1893–March 4, 1895, Oct. 2, 1895–97.

    Black, John (W Miss.) ?–Aug. 29, 1854; Senate Nov. 12, 1832–March 3, 1833 (no party), Nov. 22, 1833–Jan. 22, 1838.

    Black, John Charles (D Ill.) Jan. 27, 1839–Aug. 17, 1915; House 1893–Jan. 12, 1895.

    Black, Loring Milton Jr. (D N.Y.) May 17, 1886–May 21, 1956; House 1923–35.

    Blackburn, Benjamin Bentley (R Ga.) Feb. 14, 1927–; House 1967–75.

    Blackburn, Edmond Spencer (R N.C.) Sept. 22, 1868–March 10, 1912; House 1901–03, 1905–07.

    Blackburn, Joseph Clay Stiles (D Ky.) Oct. 1, 1838–Sept. 12, 1918; House 1875–85; Senate 1885–97, 1901–07.

    Blackburn, Marsha (R Tenn.) June 6, 1952–; House 2003–.

    Blackburn, Robert E. Lee (R Ky.) April 9, 1870–Sept. 20, 1935; House 1929–31.

    Blackburn, William Jasper (R La.) July 24, 1820–Nov. 10, 1899; House July 18, 1868–69.

    Blackledge, William (father of William Salter Blackledge) (R N.C.) ?–Oct. 19, 1828; House 1803–09, 1811–13.

    Blackledge, William Salter (son of William Blackledge) (– N.C.) 1793–March 21, 1857; House Feb. 7, 1821–23.

    Blackmar, Esbon (W N.Y.) June 19, 1805–Nov. 19, 1857; House Dec. 4, 1848–49.

    Blackmon, Fred Leonard (D Ala.) Sept. 15, 1873–Feb. 8, 1921; House 1911–Feb. 8, 1921.

    Blackney, William Wallace (R Mich.) Aug. 28, 1876–March 14, 1963; House 1935–37, 1939–53.

    Blackwell, Julius W. (D Tenn.) ?–?; House 1839–41, 1843–45.

    Blackwell, Lucien E. (D Pa.) Aug. 1, 1931–Jan. 24, 2003; House Nov. 13, 1991–95.

    Blagojevich, Rod R. (D Ill.) Dec. 10, 1956–; House 1997–2003; Gov. Jan. 13, 2003–.

    Blaine, James Gillespie (R Maine) Jan. 31, 1830–Jan. 27, 1893; House 1863–July 10, 1876; Speaker 1869–73, Dec. 1, 1873–75; Senate July 10, 1876–March 5, 1881; secretary of state March 7–Dec. 19, 1881, March 7, 1889–June 4, 1892.

    Blaine, John James (R Wis.) May 4, 1875–April 16, 1934; Senate 1927–33; Gov. Jan. 3, 1921–Jan. 3, 1927.

    Blair, Austin (R Mich.) Feb. 8, 1818–Aug. 6, 1894; House 1867–73; Gov. Jan. 2, 1861–Jan. 4, 1865.

    Blair, Bernard (W N.Y.) May 24, 1801–May 7, 1880; House 1841–43.

    Blair, Francis Preston Jr. (D Mo.) Feb. 19, 1821–July 8, 1875; House 1857–59 (Republican), June 8–25, 1860, 1861–July 1862, 1863–June 10, 1864; Senate Jan. 20, 1871–73.

    Blair, Henry William (R N.H.) Dec. 6, 1834–March 14, 1920; House 1875–79, 1893–95; Senate June 20, 1879–85, March 10, 1885–91.

    Blair, Jacob Beeson (UU W.Va.) April 11, 1821–Feb. 12, 1901; House Dec. 2, 1861–63 (U Va.), Dec. 7, 1863–65.

    Blair, James (J S.C.) 1790–April 1, 1834; House 1821–May 8, 1822 (no party), 1829–April 1, 1834.

    Blair, James Gorrall (LR Mo.) Jan. 1, 1825–March 1, 1904; House 1871–73.

    Blair, John (J Tenn.) Sept. 13, 1790–July 9, 1863; House 1823–35 (1823–25 no party).

    Blair, Samuel Steel (R Pa.) Dec. 5, 1821–Dec. 8, 1890; House 1859–63.

    Blaisdell, Daniel (F N.H.) Jan. 22, 1762–Jan. 10, 1833; House 1809–11.

    Blake, Harrison Gray Otis (R Ohio) March 17, 1818–April 16, 1876; House Oct. 11, 1859–63.

    Blake, John Jr. (R N.Y.) Dec. 5, 1762–Jan. 13, 1826; House 1805–09.

    Blake, John Lauris (R N.J.) March 25, 1831–Oct. 10, 1899; House 1879–81.

    Blake, Thomas Holdsworth (– Ind.) June 14, 1792–Nov. 28, 1849; House 1827–29.

    Blakeney, Albert Alexander (R Md.) Sept. 28, 1850–Oct. 15, 1924; House 1901–03, 1921–23.

    Blakley, William Arvis (D Texas) Nov. 17, 1898–Jan. 5, 1976; Senate Jan. 15–April 28, 1957, Jan. 3–June 14, 1961.

    Blanchard, George Washington (R Wis.) Jan. 26, 1884–Oct. 2, 1964; House 1933–35.

    Blanchard, James Johnston (D Mich.) Aug. 8, 1942–; House 1975–83; Gov. Jan. 1, 1983–91.

    Blanchard, John (W Pa.) Sept. 30, 1787–March 9, 1849; House 1845–49.

    Blanchard, Newton Crain (D La.) Jan. 29, 1849–June 22, 1922; House 1881–March 12, 1894; Senate March 12, 1894–97; Gov. May 10, 1904–May 18, 1908.

    Bland, Oscar Edward (R Ind.) Nov. 21, 1877–Aug. 3, 1951; House 1917–23.

    Bland, Richard Parks (D Mo.) Aug. 19, 1835–June 15, 1899; House 1873–95, 1897–June 15, 1899.

    Bland, Schuyler Otis (D Va.) May 4, 1872–Feb. 16, 1950; House July 2, 1918–Feb. 16, 1950; chair House Merchant Marine and Fisheries 1949–50.

    Bland, Theodorick (– Va.) March 21, 1742–June 1, 1790; House 1789–June 1, 1790; Cont. Cong. 1780–83.

    Bland, William Thomas (grandson of John George Jackson, cousin of James Monroe Jackson) (D Mo.) Jan. 21, 1861–Jan. 15, 1928; House 1919–21.

    Blanton, Leonard Ray (D Tenn.) April 10, 1930–Nov. 22, 1996; House 1967–73; Gov. Jan. 18, 1975–Jan. 17, 1979.

    Blanton, Thomas Lindsay (D Texas) Oct. 25, 1872–Aug. 11, 1957; House 1917–29, May 20, 1930–37.

    Blatnik, John Anton (D Minn.) Aug. 17, 1911–Dec. 17, 1991; House 1947–Dec. 31, 1974; chair House Public Works 1971–75.

    Blaz, Ben Garrido (R Guam) Feb. 14, 1928–; House (Del.) 1985–93.

    Bleakley, Orrin Dubbs (R Pa.) May 15, 1854–Dec. 3, 1927; House March 4–April 3, 1917.

    Blease, Coleman Livingston (D S.C.) Oct. 8, 1868–Jan. 19, 1942; Senate 1925–31; Gov. Jan. 17, 1911–Jan. 14, 1915.

    Bledsoe, Jesse (uncle of Robert Emmett Bledsoe Baylor) (R Ky.) April 6, 1776–June 25, 1836; Senate 1813–Dec. 24, 1814.

    Bleecker, Harmanus (F N.Y.) Oct. 9, 1779–July 19, 1849; House 1811–13

    Bliley, Thomas Jerome Jr. (R Va.) Jan. 28, 1932–; House 1981–2001; chair House Commerce 1995–2001.

    Bliss, Aaron Thomas (R Mich.) May 22, 1837–Sept. 16, 1906; House 1889–91; Gov. Jan. 1, 1901–Jan. 1, 1905.

    Bliss, Archibald Meserole (D N.Y.) Jan. 25, 1838–March 19, 1923; House 1875–83, 1885–89.

    Bliss, George (D Ohio) Jan. 1, 1813–Oct. 24, 1868; House 1853–55, 1863–65.

    Bliss, Philemon (R Ohio) July 28, 1813–Aug. 25, 1889; House 1855–59.

    Blitch, Iris Faircloth (D Ga.) April 25, 1912–Aug. 19, 1993; House 1955–63.

    Blodgett, Rufus (D N.J.) Oct. 9, 1834–Oct. 3, 1910; Senate 1887–93.

    Bloodworth, Timothy (– N.C.) 1736–Aug. 24, 1814; House April 6, 1790–91; Senate 1795–1801; Cont. Cong. 1786.

    Bloom, Isaac (– N.Y.) 1716–April 26, 1803; House March 4–April 26, 1803.

    Bloom, Sol (D N.Y.) March 9, 1870–March 7, 1949; House 1923–March 7, 1949.

    Bloomfield, Joseph (R N.J.) Oct. 18, 1753–Oct. 3, 1823; House 1817–21; Gov. Oct. 31, 1801–Oct. 28, 1802, Oct. 29, 1803–Oct. 29, 1812.

    Blouin, Michael Thomas (D Iowa) Nov. 7, 1945–; House 1975–79.

    Blount, James Henderson (D Ga.) Sept. 12, 1837–March 8, 1903; House 1873–93.

    Blount, Thomas (brother of William Blount, uncle of William Grainger Blount) (R N.C.) May 10, 1759–Feb. 7, 1812; House 1793–99 (1793–95 no party), 1805–09, 1811–Feb. 7, 1812.

    Blount, William (father of William Grainger Blount, brother of Thomas Blount) (– Tenn.) March 26, 1749–March 21, 1800; Senate Aug. 2, 1796–July 8, 1797; Cont. Cong. 1782–83, 1786–87 (N.C.).

    Blount, William Grainger (son of William Blount, nephew of Thomas Blount) (R Tenn.) 1784–May 21, 1827; House Dec. 8, 1815–19.

    Blow, Henry Taylor (R Mo.) July 15, 1817–Sept. 11, 1875; House 1863–67 (1863–65 Unconditional Unionist).

    Blue, Richard Whiting (R Kan.) Sept. 8, 1841–Jan. 28, 1907; House 1895–97.

    Blumenauer, Earl (D Ore.) Aug. 16, 1948–; House May 30, 1996–.

    Blunt, Roy (father of Gov. Matt Blunt of Mo.) (R Mo.) Jan. 10, 1950–; House 1997–.

    Blute, Peter I. (R Mass.) Jan. 28, 1956–; House 1993–97.

    Boardman, Elijah (father of William Whiting Boardman) (D Conn.) March 7, 1760–Aug. 18, 1823; Senate 1821–Aug. 18, 1823.

    Boardman, William Whiting (son of Elijah Boardman) (W Conn.) Oct. 10, 1794–Aug. 27, 1871; House Dec. 7, 1840–43.

    Boarman, Alexander “Aleck” (LR La.) Dec. 10, 1839–Aug. 30, 1916; House Dec. 3, 1872–73.

    Boatner, Charles Jahleal (D La.) Jan. 23, 1849–March 21, 1903; House 1889–95, June 10, 1896–97.

    Bockee, Abraham (J N.Y.) Feb. 3, 1784–June 1, 1865; House 1829–31, 1833–37.

    Bocock, Thomas Stanley (D Va.) May 18, 1815–Aug. 5, 1891; House 1847–61.

    Boden, Andrew (R Pa.) ?–Dec. 20, 1835; House 1817–21.

    Bodine, Robert Nall (D Mo.) Dec. 17, 1837–March 16, 1914; House 1897–99.

    Bodle, Charles (J N.Y.) 1787–Oct. 31, 1835; House 1833–35.

    Boehlert, Sherwood Louis (R N.Y.) June 28, 1936–; House 1983–2007; chair House Science 2001–07.

    Boehne, John William (father of John William Boehne Jr.) (D Ind.) Oct. 28, 1856–Dec. 27, 1946; House 1909–13.

    Boehne, John William Jr. (son of John William Boehne) (D Ind.) March 2, 1895–July 5, 1973; House 1931–43.

    Boehner, John A. (R Ohio) Nov. 7, 1949–; House 1991–; chair House Education and the Workforce 2001–07; House majority leader Feb. 2, 2006–07; House minority leader 2007–.

    Boen, Haldor Erickson (P Minn.) Jan. 2, 1851–July 23, 1912; House 1893–95.

    Boggs, Corinne Claiborne “Lindy” (widow of Thomas Hale Boggs Sr.) (D La.) March 13, 1916–; House March 20, 1973–91.

    Boggs, James Caleb (R Del.) May 15, 1909–March 26, 1993; House 1947–53; Senate 1961–73; Gov. Jan. 20, 1953–Dec. 30, 1960.

    Boggs, Thomas Hale Sr. (husband of Corinne Claiborne Boggs) (D La.) Feb. 15, 1914–?; House 1941–43, 1947–73; House majority leader 1971–73. (Disappeared on an airplane flight Oct. 16, 1972, and presumed dead; congressional seat declared vacant Jan. 3, 1973.)

    Bogy, Lewis Vital (D Mo.) April 9, 1813–Sept. 20, 1877; Senate 1873–Sept. 20, 1877.

    Bohn, Frank Probasco (R Mich.) July 14, 1866–June 1, 1944; House 1927–33.

    Boies, William Dayton (R Iowa) Jan. 3, 1857–May 31, 1932; House 1919–29.

    Boileau, Gerald John (Prog. Wis.) Jan. 15, 1900–Jan. 30, 1981; House 1931–39 (1931–35 Republican).

    Bokee, David Alexander (W N.Y.) Oct. 6, 1805–March 15, 1860; House 1849–51.

    Boland, Edward Patrick (D Mass.) Oct. 1, 1911–Nov. 4, 2001; House 1953–89; chair House Select Intelligence 1977–85.

    Boland, Patrick Joseph (husband of Veronica Grace Boland) (D Pa.) Jan. 6, 1880–May 18, 1942; House 1931–May 18, 1942.

    Boland, Veronica Grace (widow of Patrick Joseph Boland) (D Pa.) March 18, 1899–June 19, 1982; House Nov. 19, 1942–43.

    Boles, Thomas (R Ark.) July 16, 1837–March 13, 1905; House June 22, 1868–71, Feb. 9, 1872–73.

    Bolles, Stephen (R Wis.) June 25, 1866–July 8, 1941; House 1939–July 8, 1941.

    Bolling, Richard Walker (great-great-grandson of John Williams Walker, great-great-nephew of Percy Walker) (D Mo.) May 17, 1916–April 21, 1991; House 1949–83; chair House Rules 1979–83.

    Bolton, Chester Castle (husband of Frances Payne Bolton, father of Oliver Payne Bolton) (R Ohio) Sept. 5, 1882–Oct. 29, 1939; House 1929–37, Jan. 3–Oct. 29, 1939.

    Bolton, Frances Payne (widow of Chester Castle Bolton, granddaughter of Henry B. Payne, mother of Oliver Payne Bolton) (R Ohio) March 29, 1885–March 9, 1977; House Feb. 27, 1940–69.

    Bolton, Oliver Payne (son of Chester Castle Bolton and Frances Payne Bolton, great-grandson of Henry B. Payne) (R Ohio) Feb. 22, 1917–Dec. 13, 1972; House 1953–57, 1963–65.

    Bolton, William P. (D Md.) July 2, 1885–Nov. 22, 1964; House 1949–51.

    Bond, Charles Grosvenor (nephew of Charles Henry Grosvenor) (R N.Y.) May 29, 1877–Jan. 10, 1974; House 1921–23.

    Bond, Christopher Samuel “Kit” (R Mo.) March 6, 1939–; Senate 1987–; chair Senate Small Business 1995–2001; chair Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship 1Jan. 20–June 6, 2001; Gov. Jan. 8, 1973–Jan. 10, 1977, Jan. 12, 1981–Jan. 14, 1985.

    Bond, Shadrack (– Ill.) Nov. 24, 1773–April 12, 1832; House (Terr. Del.) Dec. 3, 1812–Aug. 2, 1813; Gov. Oct. 6, 1818–Dec. 5, 1822 (Democratic Republican).

    Bond, William Key (W Ohio) Oct. 2, 1792–Feb. 17, 1864; House 1835–41.

    Bone, Homer Truett (D Wash.) Jan. 25, 1883–March 11, 1970; Senate 1933–Nov. 13, 1944.

    Boner, William Hill (D Tenn.) Feb. 14, 1945–; House 1979–Oct. 5, 1987.

    Bonham, Milledge Luke (D S.C.) Dec. 25, 1813–Aug. 27, 1890; House 1857–Dec. 21, 1860; Gov. Dec. 17, 1862–Dec. 20, 1864 (Confederate Democrat).

    Bonilla, Henry (R Texas) Jan. 2, 1954–; House 1993–2007.

    Bonin, Edward John (R Pa.) Dec. 23, 1904–Dec. 20, 1990; House 1953–55.

    Bonior, David Edward (D Mich.) June 6, 1945–; House 1977–2003.

    Bonker, Don Leroy (D Wash.) March 7, 1937–; House 1975–89.

    Bonner, Herbert Covington (D N.C.) May 16, 1891–Nov. 7, 1965; House Nov. 5, 1940–Nov. 7, 1965; chair House Merchant Marine and Fisheries 1955–66.

    Bonner, Josiah Robbins Jr. “Jo” (R Ala.) Nov. 19, 1959–; House 2003–.

    Bono, Mary (widow of Sonny Bono) (R Calif.) Oct. 24, 1961–; House April 21, 1998–.

    Bono, Sonny (husband of Mary Bono) (R Calif.) Feb. 16, 1935–Jan. 5, 1998; House 1995–Jan. 5, 1998.

    Bonynge, Robert William (R Colo.) Sept. 8, 1863–Sept. 22, 1939; House Feb. 16, 1904–09.

    Boody, Azariah (W N.Y.) April 21, 1815–Nov. 18, 1885; House March 4–Oct. 1853.

    Boody, David Augustus (D N.Y.) Aug. 13, 1837–Jan. 20, 1930; House March 4–Oct. 13, 1891.

    Booher, Charles Ferris (D Mo.) Jan. 31, 1848–Jan. 21, 1921; House Feb. 19–March 3, 1889, 1907–Jan. 21, 1921.

    Booker, George William (C Va.) Dec. 5, 1821–June 4, 1883; House Jan. 26, 1870–71.

    Boon, Ratliff (D Ind.) Jan. 18, 1781–Nov. 20, 1844; House 1825–27 (no party), 1829–39 (1829–37 Jacksonian); Gov. Sept. 12–Dec. 5, 1822 (Democrat).

    Boone, Andrew Rechmond (D Ky.) April 4, 1831–Jan. 26, 1886; House 1875–79.

    Booth, Newton (AM Calif.) Dec. 30, 1825–July 14, 1892; Senate 1875–81; Gov. Dec. 8, 1871–Feb. 27, 1875 (Republican).

    Booth, Walter (FS Conn.) Dec. 8, 1791–April 30, 1870; House 1849–51.

    Boothman, Melvin Morella (R Ohio) Oct. 16, 1846–March 5, 1904; House 1887–91.

    Booze, William Samuel (R Md.) Jan. 9, 1862–Dec. 6, 1933; House 1897–99.

    Boozman, John (R Ark.) Dec. 10, 1950–; House Nov. 29, 2001–.

    Borah, William Edgar (R Idaho) June 29, 1865–Jan. 19, 1940; Senate 1907–Jan. 19, 1940.

    Borchers, Charles Martin (D Ill.) Nov. 18, 1869–Dec. 2, 1946; House 1913–15.

    Bordallo, Madeleine Z. (D Guam) May 13, 1933–; House (Del.) 2003–.

    Borden, Nathaniel Briggs (W Mass.) April 15, 1801–April 10, 1865; House 1835–39 (1835–37 Jacksonian, 1837–39 Democrat), 1841–43.

    Boreing, Vincent (R Ky.) Nov. 24, 1839–Sept. 16, 1903; House 1899–Sept. 16, 1903.

    Boreman, Arthur Inghram (R W.Va.) July 24, 1823–April 19, 1896; Senate 1869–75; Gov. June 20, 1863–Feb. 26, 1869.

    Boren, Daniel David (son of David Lyle Boren, grandson of Lyle H. Boren) (D Okla.) Aug. 2, 1973–; House 2005–.

    Boren, David Lyle (son of Lyle H. Boren, father of Daniel David Boren) (D Okla.) April 21, 1941–; Senate 1979–Nov. 15, 1994; chair Senate Select Intelligence 1987–92; Gov. Jan. 13, 1975–Jan. 3, 1979.

    Boren, Lyle H. (father of David Lyle Boren, grandfather of Daniel David Boren) (D Okla.) May 11, 1909–July 2, 1992; House 1937–47.

    Borland, Charles Jr. (– N.Y.) June 29, 1786–Feb. 23, 1852; House Nov. 8, 1821–23.

    Borland, Solon (D Ark.) Sept. 21, 1808–Jan. 1, 1864; Senate March 30, 1848–April 3, 1853.

    Borland, William Patterson (D Mo.) Oct. 14, 1867–Feb. 20, 1919; House 1909–Feb. 20, 1919.

    Borski, Robert Anthony Jr. (D Pa.) Oct. 20, 1948–; House 1983–2003.

    Borst, Peter I. (J N.Y.) April 24, 1797–Nov. 14, 1848; House 1829–31.

    Bosch, Albert Henry (R N.Y.) Oct. 30, 1908–Nov. 21, 2005; House 1953–Dec. 31, 1960.

    Boschwitz, Rudolf Eli “Rudy” (R Minn.) Nov. 7, 1930–; Senate Dec. 30, 1978–91.

    Bosco, Douglas Harry (D Calif.) July 28, 1946–; House 1983–91.

    Bosone, Reva Zilpha Beck (D Utah) April 2, 1895–July 21, 1983; House 1949–53.

    Boss, John Linscom Jr. (F R.I.) Sept. 7, 1780–Aug. 1, 1819; House 1815–19.

    Bossier, Pierre Evariste John Baptiste (D La.) March 22, 1797–April 24, 1844; House 1843–April 24, 1844.

    Boswell, Leonard L. (D Iowa) Jan. 10, 1934–; House 1997–.

    Boteler, Alexander Robinson (O Va.) May 16, 1815–May 8, 1892; House 1859–61.

    Botkin, Jeremiah Dunham (P Kan.) April 24, 1849–Dec. 29, 1921; House 1897–99.

    Botts, John Minor (W Va.) Sept. 16, 1802–Jan. 8, 1869; House 1839–43, 1847–49.

    Bottum, Joseph H. (R S.D.) Aug. 7, 1903–July 4, 1984; Senate July 11, 1962–63.

    Boucher, Frederick C. “Rick” (D Va.) Aug. 1, 1946–; House 1983–.

    Bouck, Gabriel (nephew of Joseph Bouck) (D Wis.) Dec. 16, 1828–Feb. 21, 1904; House 1877–81.

    Bouck, Joseph (uncle of Gabriel Bouck) (J N.Y.) July 22, 1788–March 30, 1858; House 1831–33.

    Boude, Thomas (F Pa.) May 17, 1752–Oct. 24, 1822; House 1801–03.

    Boudinot, Elias (– N.J.) May 2, 1740–Oct. 24, 1821; House 1789–95; Cont. Cong. 1778, 1781–83.

    Bouldin, James Wood (brother of Thomas Tyler Bouldin) (D Va.) 1792–March 30, 1854; House March 15, 1834–39 (March 15, 1834–37 Jacksonian).

    Bouldin, Thomas Tyler (brother of James Wood Bouldin) (J Va.) 1781–Feb. 11, 1834; House 1829–33, Aug. 26, 1833–Feb. 11, 1834.

    Bouligny, Charles Dominique Joseph (uncle of John Edward Bouligny) (– La.) Aug. 22, 1773–March 4, 1833; Senate Nov. 19, 1824–29.

    Bouligny, John Edward (nephew of Charles Dominique Joseph Bouligny) (AP La.) Feb. 5, 1824–Feb. 20, 1864; House 1859–61.

    Boulter, Eldon Beau (R Texas) Feb. 23, 1942–; House 1985–89.

    Bound, Franklin (R Pa.) April 9, 1829–Aug. 8, 1910; House 1885–89.

    Bouquard, Marilyn Laird Lloyd. (See Lloyd, Marilyn Laird.)

    Bourne, Benjamin (F R.I.) Sept. 9, 1755–Sept. 17, 1808; House Aug. 31, 1790–96 (Aug. 31, 1790–95 no party).

    Bourne, Jonathan Jr. (R Ore.) Feb. 23, 1855–Sept. 1, 1940; Senate 1907–13.

    Bourne, Shearjasub (– Mass.) June 14, 1746–March 11, 1806; House 1791–95.

    Boustany, Charles W. Jr. (R La.) Feb. 21, 1956–; House 2005–.

    Boutell, Henry Sherman (R Ill.) March 14, 1856–March 11, 1926; House Nov. 23, 1897–1911.

    Boutelle, Charles Addison (R Maine) Feb. 9, 1839–May 21, 1901; House 1883–1901.

    Boutwell, George Sewel (R Mass.) Jan. 28, 1818–Feb. 27, 1905; House 1863–March 12, 1869; Senate March 17, 1873–77; Gov. Jan. 11, 1851–Jan. 14, 1853 (Democrat); secretary of the Treasury March 12, 1869–March 16, 1873.

    Bovee, Matthias Jacob (brother-in-law of Benedict Arnold) (J N.Y.) July 24, 1793–Sept. 12, 1872; House 1835–37.

    Bow, Frank Townsend (R Ohio) Feb. 20, 1901–Nov. 13, 1972; House 1951–Nov. 13, 1972.

    Bowden, George Edwin (nephew of Lemuel Jackson Bowden) (R Va.) July 6, 1852–Jan. 22, 1908; House 1887–91.

    Bowden, Lemuel Jackson (uncle of George Edwin Bowden) (R Va.) Jan. 16, 1815–Jan. 2, 1864; Senate 1863–Jan. 2, 1864.

    Bowdle, Stanley Eyre (D Ohio) Sept. 4, 1868–April 6, 1919; House 1913–15.

    Bowdon, Franklin Welsh (uncle of Sydney Johnston Bowie) (D Ala.) Feb. 17, 1817–June 8, 1857; House Dec. 7, 1846–51.

    Bowen, Christopher Columbus (R S.C.) Jan. 5, 1832–June 23, 1880; House July 20, 1868–71.

    Bowen, David Reece (D Miss.) Oct. 21, 1932–; House 1973–83.

    Bowen, Henry (son of Rees Tate Bowen, nephew of John Warfield Johnston, cousin of William Bowen Campbell) (R Va.) Dec. 26, 1841–April 29, 1915; House 1883–85 (Readjuster), 1887–89.

    Bowen, John Henry (R Tenn.) Sept. 1780–Sept. 25, 1822; House 1813–15.

    Bowen, Rees Tate (father of Henry Bowen) (D Va.) Jan. 10, 1809–Aug. 29, 1879; House 1873–75.

    Bowen, Thomas Mead (R Colo.) Oct. 26, 1835–Dec. 30, 1906; Senate 1883–89; Gov. (Idaho Terr.) 1871.

    Bower, Gustavus Miller (D Va.) Dec. 12, 1790–Nov. 17, 1864; House 1843–45.

    Bower, William Horton (D N.C.) June 6, 1850–May 11, 1910; House 1893–95.

    Bowers, Eaton Jackson (D Miss.) June 17, 1865–Oct. 26, 1939; House 1903–11.

    Bowers, George Meade (R W.Va.) Sept. 13, 1863–Dec. 7, 1925; House May 9, 1916–23.

    Bowers, John Myer (F N.Y.) Sept. 25, 1772–Feb. 24, 1846; House May 26–Dec. 20, 1813.

    Bowers, William Wallace (R Calif.) Oct. 20, 1834–May 2, 1917; House 1891–97.

    Bowersock, Justin De Witt (R Kan.) Sept. 19, 1842–Oct. 27, 1922; House 1899–1907.

    Bowie, Richard Johns (W Md.) June 23, 1807–March 12, 1888; House 1849–53.

    Bowie, Sydney Johnston (nephew of Franklin Welsh Bowdon) (D Ala.) July 26, 1865–May 7, 1928; House 1901–07.

    Bowie, Thomas Fielder (great-nephew of Walter Bowie, brother-in-law of Reverdy Johnson) (D Md.) April 7, 1808–Oct. 30, 1869; House 1855–59.

    Bowie, Walter (great-uncle of Thomas Fielder Bowie) (R Md.) 1748–Nov. 9, 1810; House March 24, 1802–05.

    Bowler, James Bernard (D Ill.) Feb. 5, 1875–July 18, 1957; House July 7, 1953–July 18, 1957.

    Bowles, Chester Bliss (D Conn.) April 5, 1901–May 25, 1986; House 1959–61; Gov. Jan. 5, 1949–Jan. 3, 1951.

    Bowles, Henry Leland (R Mass.) Jan. 6, 1866–May 17, 1932; House Sept. 29, 1925–29.

    Bowlin, James Butler (D Mo.) Jan. 16, 1804–July 19, 1874; House 1843–51.

    Bowling, William Bismarck (D Ala.) Sept. 24, 1870–Dec. 27, 1946; House Dec. 14, 1920–Aug. 16, 1928.

    Bowman, Charles Calvin (R Pa.) Nov. 14, 1852–July 3, 1941; House 1911–Dec. 12, 1912.

    Bowman, Frank Llewellyn (R W.Va.) Jan. 21, 1879–Sept. 15, 1936; House 1925–33.

    Bowman, Selwyn Zadock (R Mass.) May 11, 1840–Sept. 30, 1928; House 1879–83.

    Bowman, Thomas (D Iowa) May 25, 1848–Dec. 1, 1917; House 1891–93.

    Bowne, Obadiah (W N.Y.) May 19, 1822–April 27, 1874; House 1851–53.

    Bowne, Samuel Smith (D N.Y.) April 11, 1800–July 9, 1865; House 1841–43.

    Bowring, Eva Kelly (R Neb.) Jan. 9, 1892–Jan. 8, 1985; Senate April 16–Nov. 7, 1954.

    Box, John Calvin (D Texas) March 28, 1871–May 17, 1941; House 1919–31.

    Boxer, Barbara (D Calif.) Nov. 11, 1940–; House 1983–93; Senate 1993–; chair Senate Environment and Public Works 2007–.

    Boyce, William Henry (D Del.) Nov. 28, 1855–Feb. 6, 1942; House 1923–25.

    Boyce, William Waters (D S.C.) Oct. 24, 1818–Feb. 3, 1890; House 1853–Dec. 21, 1860.

    Boyd, Adam (R N.J.) March 21, 1746–Aug. 15, 1835; House 1803–05, March 8, 1808–13.

    Boyd, Alexander (F N.Y.) Sept. 14, 1764–April 8, 1857; House 1813–15.

    Boyd, F. Allen Jr. (D Fla.) June 6, 1945–; House 1997–.

    Boyd, John Frank (R Neb.) Aug. 8, 1853–May 28, 1945; House 1907–09.

    Boyd, John Huggins (W N.Y.) July 31, 1799–July 2, 1868; House 1851–53.

    Boyd, Linn (D Ky.) Nov. 22, 1800–Dec. 17, 1859; House 1835–37 (Jacksonian), 1839–55; Speaker Dec. 1, 1851–53, Dec. 5, 1853–55.

    Boyd, Sempronius Hamilton (R Mo.) May 28, 1828–June 22, 1894; House 1863–65 (Unconditional Unionist), 1869–71.

    Boyd, Thomas Alexander (R Ill.) June 25, 1830–May 28, 1897; House 1877–81.

    Boyda, Nancy E. (D Kan.) Aug. 2, 1955–; House 2007–.

    Boyden, Nathaniel (C N.C.) Aug. 16, 1796–Nov. 20, 1873; House 1847–49 (Whig), July 13, 1868–69.

    Boyer, Benjamin Markley (D Pa.) Jan. 22, 1823–Aug. 16, 1887; House 1865–69.

    Boyer, Lewis Leonard (D Ill.) May 19, 1886–March 12, 1944; House 1937–39.

    Boykin, Frank William (D Ala.) Feb. 21, 1885–March 12, 1969; House July 30, 1935–63.

    Boylan, John Joseph (D N.Y.) Sept. 20, 1878–Oct. 5, 1938; House 1923–Oct. 5, 1938.

    Boyle, Charles Augustus (D Ill.) Aug. 13, 1907–Nov. 4, 1959; House 1955–Nov. 4, 1959.

    Boyle, Charles Edmund (D Pa.) Feb. 4, 1836–Dec. 15, 1888; House 1883–87.

    Boyle, John (R Ky.) Oct. 28, 1774–Feb. 28, 1835; House 1803–09.

    Brabson, Reese Bowen (uncle of Charles Keith Bell) (O Tenn.) Sept. 16, 1817–Aug. 16, 1863; House 1859–61.

    Brace, Jonathan (F Conn.) Nov. 12, 1754–Aug. 26, 1837; House Dec. 3, 1798–1800.

    Brackenridge, Henry Marie (W Pa.) May 11, 1786–Jan. 18, 1871; House Oct. 13, 1840–41.

    Bradbury, George (F Mass.) Oct. 10, 1770–Nov. 7, 1823; House 1813–17.

    Bradbury, James Ware (D Maine) June 10, 1802–Jan. 6, 1901; Senate 1847–53.

    Bradbury, Theophilus (F Mass.) Nov. 13, 1739–Sept. 6, 1803; House 1795–July 24, 1797.

    Brademas, John (D Ind.) March 2, 1927–; House 1959–81.

    Bradford, Allen Alexander (R Colo.) July 23, 1815–March 12, 1888; House (Terr. Del.) 1865–67, 1869–71.

    Bradford, Taul (grandson of Micah Taul) (D Ala.) Jan. 20, 1835–Oct. 28, 1883; House 1875–77.

    Bradford, William (– R.I.) Nov. 4, 1729–July 6, 1808; Senate 1793–Oct. 1797; elected pres. pro tempore July 6, 1797; Cont. Cong. (elected but did not attend) 1776.

    Bradley, Edward (D Mich.) April 1808–Aug. 5, 1847; House March 4–Aug. 5, 1847.

    Bradley, Frederick Van Ness (R Mich.) April 12, 1898–May 24, 1947; House 1939–May 24, 1947; chair House Merchant Marine and Fisheries 1947.

    Bradley, Jeb E. (R N.H.) Oct. 20, 1952–; House 2003–07.

    Bradley, Michael Joseph (D Pa.) May 24, 1897–Nov. 27, 1979; House 1937–47.

    Bradley, Nathan Ball (R Mich.) May 28, 1831–Nov. 8, 1906; House 1873–77.

    Bradley, Stephen Row (father of William Czar Bradley) (– Vt.) Feb. 20, 1754–Dec. 9, 1830; Senate Oct. 17, 1791–95, Oct. 15, 1801–13; elected pres. pro tempore Dec. Dec. 14, 1802, Feb. 25, 1803, March 2, 1803, Dec. 28, 1808.

    Bradley, Thomas Joseph (D N.Y.) Jan. 2, 1870–April 1, 1901; House 1897–1901.

    Bradley, Thomas Wilson (R N.Y.) April 6, 1844–May 30, 1920; House 1903–13.

    Bradley, William Czar (son of Stephen Row Bradley) (– Vt.) March 23, 1782–March 3, 1867; House 1813–15 (Republican), 1823–27.

    Bradley, William O’Connell (R Ky.) March 18, 1847–May 23, 1914; Senate 1909–May 23, 1914; Gov. Dec. 10, 1895–Dec. 12, 1899.

    Bradley, William Warren “Bill” (D N.J.) July 28, 1943–; Senate 1979–97.

    Bradley, Willis Winter (R Calif.) June 28, 1884–Aug. 27, 1954; House 1947–49.

    Bradshaw, Samuel Carey (W Pa.) June 10, 1809–June 9, 1872; House 1855–57.

    Brady, James Dennis (R Va.) April 3, 1843–Nov. 30, 1900; House 1885–87.

    Brady, James Henry (R Idaho) June 12, 1862–Jan. 13, 1918; Senate Feb. 6, 1913–Jan. 13, 1918; Gov. Jan. 4, 1909–Jan. 2, 1911.

    Brady, Jasper Ewing (W Pa.) March 4, 1797–Jan. 26, 1871; House 1847–49.

    Brady, Kevin (R Texas) April 11, 1955–; House 1997–; chair House Administration 2007–.

    Brady, Nicholas Frederick (R N.J.) April 11, 1930–; Senate April 12–Dec. 20, 1982; secretary of the Treasury Sept. 15, 1988–93.

    Brady, Robert A. (D Pa.) April 7, 1945–; House May 21, 1998–; chair House Administration 2007–.

    Bragg, Edward Stuyvesant (D Wis.) Feb. 20, 1827–June 20, 1912; House 1877–83, 1885–87.

    Bragg, John (D Ala.) Jan. 14, 1806–Aug. 10, 1878; House 1851–53.

    Bragg, Thomas (D N.C.) Nov. 9, 1810–Jan. 21, 1872; Senate 1859–March 6, 1861; Gov. Jan. 1, 1855–Jan. 1, 1859.

    Brainerd, Lawrence (FS Vt.) March 16, 1794–May 9, 1870; Senate Oct. 14, 1854–55.

    Brainerd, Samuel Myron(R Pa.) Nov. 13, 1842–Nov. 21, 1898; House 1883–85.

    Braley, Bruce (D Iowa) Oct. 30, 1957–; House 2007–.

    Bramblett, Ernest King (R Calif.) April 25, 1901–Dec. 27, 1966; House 1947–55.

    Branch, John (uncle of Lawrence O’Bryan Branch, great-uncle of William Augustus Blount Branch) (D N.C.) Nov. 4, 1782–Jan. 3, 1863; Senate 1823–March 9, 1829; House May 12, 1831–33; Gov. Dec. 6, 1817–Dec. 7, 1820 (Democratic Republican); secretary of the navy March 9, 1829–March 12, 1831.

    Branch, Lawrence O’Bryan (father of William Augustus Blount Branch, nephew of John Branch) (D N.C.) Nov. 28, 1820–Sept. 17, 1862; House 1855–61.

    Branch, William Augustus Blount (son of Lawrence O’Bryan Branch, great-nephew of John Branch) (D N.C.) Feb. 26, 1847–Nov. 18, 1910; House 1891–95.

    Brand, Charles (R Ohio) Nov. 1, 1871–May 23, 1966; House 1923–33.

    Brand, Charles Hillyer (D Ga.) April 20, 1861–May 17, 1933; House 1917–May 17, 1933.

    Brandegee, Augustus (father of Frank Bosworth Brandegee) (R Conn.) July 15, 1828–Nov. 10, 1904; House 1863–67.

    Brandegee, Frank Bosworth (son of Augustus Brandegee) (R Conn.) July 8, 1864–Oct. 14, 1924; House Nov. 5, 1902–May 10, 1905; Senate May 10, 1905–Oct. 14, 1924; elected pres. pro tempore May 25, 1912 (to serve May 25, 1912).

    Brantley, William Gordon (D Ga.) Sept. 18, 1860–Sept. 11, 1934; House 1897–1913.

    Brasco, Frank James (D N.Y.) Oct. 15, 1932–Oct. 19, 1998; House 1967–75.

    Bratton, John (– S.C.) March 7, 1831–Jan. 12, 1898; House Dec. 8, 1884–85.

    Bratton, Robert Franklin (D Md.) May 3, 1845–May 10, 1894; House 1893–May 10, 1894.

    Bratton, Sam Gilbert (D N.M.) Aug. 19, 1888–Sept. 22, 1963; Senate 1925–June 24, 1933.

    Brawley, William Huggins (cousin of John James Hemphill, great-uncle of Robert Witherspoon Hemphill) (D S.C.) May 13, 1841–Nov. 15, 1916; House 1891–Feb. 12, 1894.

    Braxton, Elliott Muse (D Va.) Oct. 8, 1823–Oct. 2, 1891; House 1871–73.

    Bray, William Gilmer (R Ind.) June 17, 1903–June 4, 1979; House 1951–75.

    Brayton, William Daniel (R R.I.) Nov. 6, 1815–June 30, 1887; House 1857–61.

    Breaux, John Berlinger (D La.) March 1, 1944–; House Sept. 30, 1972–87; Senate 1987–2005.

    Breazeale, Phanor (D La.) Dec. 29, 1858–April 29, 1934; House 1899–1905.

    Breck, Daniel (brother of Samuel Breck) (W Ky.) Feb. 12, 1788–Feb. 4, 1871; House 1849–51.

    Breck, Samuel (brother of Daniel Breck) (– Pa.) July 17, 1771–Aug. 31, 1862; House 1823–25.

    Breckinridge, Clifton Rodes (son of John Cabell Breckinridge, great-grandson of John Breckinridge) (D Ark.) Nov. 22, 1846–Dec. 3, 1932; House 1883–Sept. 5, 1890, Nov. 4, 1890–Aug. 14, 1894.

    Breckinridge, James (brother of John Breckinridge, great-great-great-uncle of John Bayne Breckinridge, cousin of John Brown of Va. and Ky., James Brown, and Francis Preston) (F Va.) March 7, 1763–May 13, 1833; House 1809–17.

    Breckinridge, James Douglas (– Ky.) ?–May 6, 1849; House Nov. 21, 1821–23.

    Breckinridge, John (brother of James Breckinridge, grandfather of John Cabell Breckinridge and William Campbell Preston Breckinridge, great-grandfather of Clifton Rodes Breckinridge, great-great-grandfather of John Bayne Breckinridge, cousin of John Brown of Va. and Ky., James Brown, and Francis Preston) (R Ky.) Dec. 2, 1760–Dec. 14, 1806; Senate 1801–Aug. 7, 1805; attorney general Aug. 7, 1805–Dec. 14, 1806.

    Breckinridge, John Bayne (great-great-grandson of John Breckinridge, great-great-great-nephew of James Breckinridge, great-nephew of William Campbell Preston Breckinridge) (D Ky.) Nov. 29, 1913–July 29, 1979; House 1973–79.

    Breckinridge, John Cabell (grandson of John Breckinridge, father of Clifton Rodes Breckinridge, cousin of Henry Donnel Foster) (D Ky.) Jan. 21, 1821–May 17, 1875; House 1851–55; Senate March 4–Dec. 4, 1861; vice president 1857–61.

    Breckinridge, William Campbell Preston (grandson of John Breckinridge, uncle of Levin Irving Handy, great-uncle of John Bayne Breckinridge) (D Ky.) Aug. 28, 1837–Nov. 18, 1904; House 1885–95.

    Breeding, James Floyd (D Kan.) Sept. 28, 1901–Oct. 17, 1977; House 1957–63.

    Breen, Edward G. (D Ohio) June 10, 1908–May 8, 1991; House 1949–Oct. 1, 1951.

    Breese, Sidney (D Ill.) July 15, 1800–June 27, 1878; Senate 1843–49.

    Brehm, Walter Ellsworth (R Ohio) May 25, 1892–Aug. 24, 1971; House 1943–53.

    Breitung, Edward (R Mich.) Nov. 10, 1831–March 3, 1887; House 1883–85.

    Bremner, Robert Gunn (D N.J.) Dec. 17, 1874–Feb. 5, 1914; House 1913–Feb. 5, 1914.

    Brengle, Francis (W Md.) Nov. 26, 1807–Dec. 10, 1846; House 1843–45.

    Brennan, Joseph Edward (D Maine) Nov. 2, 1934–; House 1987–91; Gov. Jan. 3, 1979–Jan. 7, 1987.

    Brennan, Martin Adlai (D Ill.) Sept. 21, 1879–July 4, 1941; House 1933–37.

    Brennan, Vincent Morrison (R Mich.) April 22, 1890–Feb. 4, 1959; House 1921–23.

    Brenner, John Lewis (D Ohio) Feb. 2, 1832–Nov. 1, 1906; House 1897–1901.

    Brent, Richard (uncle of William Leigh Brent, nephew of Daniel Carroll) (– Va.) 1757–Dec. 30, 1814; House 1795–99, 1801–03; Senate 1809–Dec. 30, 1814.

    Brent, William Leigh (nephew of Richard Brent) (– La.) Feb. 20, 1784–July 7, 1848; House 1823–29.

    Brentano, Lorenzo (R Ill.) Nov. 4, 1813–Sept. 18, 1891; House 1877–79.

    Brenton, Samuel (R Ind.) Nov. 22, 1810–March 29, 1857; House 1851–53 (Whig), 1855–March 29, 1857.

    Brents, Thomas Hurley (R Wash.) Dec. 24, 1840–Oct. 23, 1916; House (Terr. Del.) 1879–85.

    Bretz, John Lewis (D Ind.) Sept. 21, 1852–Dec. 25, 1920; House 1891–95.

    Brevard, Joseph (– S.C.) July 19, 1766–Oct. 11, 1821; House 1819–21.

    Brewer, Francis Beattie (R N.Y.) Oct. 8, 1820–July 29, 1892; House 1883–85.

    Brewer, John Hart (R N.J.) March 29, 1844–Dec. 21, 1900; House 1881–85.

    Brewer, Mark Spencer (R Mich.) Oct. 22, 1837–March 18, 1901; House 1877–81, 1887–91.

    Brewer, Willis (D Ala.) March 15, 1844–Oct. 30, 1912; House 1897–1901.

    Brewster, Daniel Baugh (D Md.) Nov. 23, 1923–2007; House 1959–63; Senate 1963–69.

    Brewster, David P. (D N.Y.) June 15, 1801–Feb. 20, 1876; House 1839–43.

    Brewster, Henry Colvin (R N.Y.) Sept. 7, 1845–Jan. 29, 1928; House 1895–99.

    Brewster, Ralph Owen (R Maine) Feb. 22, 1888–Dec. 25, 1961; House 1935–41; Senate 1941–Dec. 31, 1952; Gov. Jan. 8, 1925–Jan. 2, 1929.

    Brewster, William (D Okla.) Nov. 8, 1941–; House 1991–97.

    Brice, Calvin Stewart (D Ohio) Sept. 17, 1845–Dec. 15, 1898; Senate 1891–97; chair Dem. Nat. Comm. 1889–92.

    Brick, Abraham Lincoln (R Ind.) May 27, 1860–April 7, 1908; House 1899–April 7, 1908.

    Bricker, John William (R Ohio) Sept. 6, 1893–March 22, 1986; Senate 1947–59; chair Senate Interstate and Foreign Commerce 1953–55; Gov. Jan. 9, 1939–Jan. 8, 1945.

    Brickner, George H. (D Wis.) Jan. 21, 1834–Aug. 12, 1904; House 1889–95.

    Bridges, George Washington (– Tenn.) Oct. 9, 1825–March 16, 1873; House Feb. 25–March 3, 1863.

    Bridges, Henry Styles (R N.H.) Sept. 9, 1898–Nov. 26, 1961; Senate 1937–Nov. 26, 1961; chair Senate Appropriations 1947–49, 1953–55; Senate minority leader Jan. 8, 1952–53; elected pres. pro tempore Jan. 3, 1953; Gov. Jan. 3, 1935–Jan. 7, 1937.

    Bridges, Samuel Augustus (D Pa.) Jan. 27, 1802–Jan. 14, 1884; House March 6, 1848–49, 1853–55, 1877–79.

    Briggs, Clay Stone (D Texas) Jan. 8, 1876–April 29, 1933; House 1919–April 29, 1933.

    Briggs, Frank Obadiah (son of James Frankland Briggs) (R N.J.) Aug. 12, 1851–May 8, 1913; Senate 1907–13.

    Briggs, Frank Parks (D Mo.) Feb. 25, 1894–Sept. 23, 1992; Senate Jan. 18, 1945–47.

    Briggs, George (R N.Y.) May 6, 1805–June 1, 1869; House 1849–53 (Whig), 1859–61.

    Briggs, George Nixon (W Mass.) April 12, 1796–Sept. 11, 1861; House 1831–43 (1831–35 Anti-Jacksonian); Gov. Jan. 3, 1844–Jan. 11, 1851.

    Briggs, James Frankland (father of Frank Obadiah Briggs) (R N.H.) Oct. 23, 1827–Jan. 21, 1905; House 1877–83.

    Brigham, Elbert Sidney (R Vt.) Oct. 19, 1877–July 5, 1962; House 1925–31.

    Brigham, Elijah (F Mass.) July 7, 1751–Feb. 22, 1816; House 1811–Feb. 22, 1816.

    Brigham, Lewis Alexander (R N.J.) Jan. 2, 1831–Feb. 19, 1885; House 1879–81.

    Bright, Jesse David (D Ind.) Dec. 18, 1812–May 20, 1875; Senate 1845–Feb. 5, 1862; elected pres. pro tempore Dec. 5, 1854, June 11, 1856, June 12, 1860.

    Bright, John Morgan (D Tenn.) Jan. 20, 1817–Oct. 3, 1911; House 1871–81.

    Brinkerhoff, Henry Roelif (cousin of Jacob Brinkerhoff) (D Ohio) Sept. 23, 1787–April 30, 1844; House 1843–April 30, 1844.

    Brinkerhoff, Jacob (cousin of Henry Roelif Brinkerhoff) (D Ohio) Aug. 31, 1810–July 19, 1880; House 1843–47.

    Brinkley, Jack Thomas (D Ga.) Dec. 22, 1930–; House 1967–83.

    Brinson, Samuel Mitchell (D N.C.) March 20, 1870–April 13, 1922; House 1919–April 13, 1922.

    Brisbin, John (D Pa.) July 13, 1818–Feb. 3, 1880; House Jan. 13–March 3, 1851.

    Bristow, Francis Marion (O Ky.) Aug. 11, 1804–June 10, 1864; House Dec. 4, 1854–55 (Whig), 1859–61.

    Bristow, Henry (R N.Y.) June 5, 1840–Oct. 11, 1906; House 1901–03.

    Bristow, Joseph Little (R Kan.) July 22, 1861–July 14, 1944; Senate 1909–15.

    Britt, Charles Robin (D N.C.) June 29, 1942–; House 1983–85.

    Britt, James Jefferson (R N.C.) March 4, 1861–Dec. 26, 1939; House 1915–17, March 1, 1919–March 3, 1919.

    Britten, Frederick Albert (R Ill.) Nov. 18, 1871–May 4, 1946; House 1913–35.

    Broadhead, James Overton (D Mo.) May 29, 1819–Aug. 7, 1898; House 1883–85.

    Brock, Lawrence (D Neb.) Aug. 16, 1906–Aug. 28, 1968; House 1959–61.

    Brock, William Emerson (grandfather of William Emerson Brock III) (D Tenn.) March 14, 1872–Aug. 5, 1950; Senate Sept. 2, 1929–31.

    Brock, William Emerson III (grandson of William Emerson Brock) (R Tenn.) Nov. 23, 1930–; House 1963–71; Senate 1971–77; chair Rep. Nat. Comm. 1977–81; secretary of labor April 29, 1985–Oct. 31, 1987.

    Brockenbrough, William Henry (D Fla.) Feb. 23, 1812–Jan. 28, 1850; House Jan. 24, 1846–47.

    Brockson, Franklin (D Del.) Aug. 6, 1865–March 16, 1942; House 1913–15.

    Brockway, John Hall (W Conn.) Jan. 31, 1801–July 29, 1870; House 1839–43.

    Brodbeck, Andrew R. (D Pa.) April 11, 1860–Feb. 27, 1937; House 1913–15, 1917–19.

    Broderick, Case (cousin of David Colbreth Broderick and Andrew Kennedy) (R Kan.) Sept. 23, 1839–April 1, 1920; House 1891–99.

    Broderick, David Colbreth (cousin of Andrew Kennedy and Case Broderick) (D Calif.) Feb. 4, 1820–Sept. 16, 1859; Senate 1857–Sept. 16, 1859.

    Brodhead, John (J N.H.) Oct. 5, 1770–April 7, 1838; House 1829–33.

    Brodhead, John Curtis (D N.Y.) Oct. 27, 1780–Jan. 2, 1859; House 1831–33 (Jacksonian), 1837–39.

    Brodhead, Joseph Davis (son of Richard Brodhead) (– Pa.) Jan. 12, 1859–April 23, 1920; House 1907–09.

    Brodhead, Richard (father of Joseph Brodhead) (D Pa.) Jan. 5, 1811–Sept. 16, 1863; House 1843–49; Senate 1851–57.

    Brodhead, William McNulty (D Mich.) Sept. 12, 1941–; House 1975–83.

    Brogden, Curtis Hooks (R N.C.) Nov. 6, 1816–Jan. 5, 1901; House 1877–79; Gov. July 11, 1874–Jan. 1, 1877.

    Bromberg, Frederick George (LR Ala.) June 19, 1837–Sept. 4, 1930; House 1873–75.

    Bromwell, Henry Pelham Holmes (R Ill.) Aug. 26, 1823–Jan. 7, 1903; House 1865–69.

    Bromwell, Jacob Henry (R Ohio) May 11, 1848–June 4, 1924; House Dec. 3, 1894–1903.

    Bromwell, James Edward (R Iowa) March 26, 1920–; House 1961–65.

    Bronson, David (W Maine) Feb. 8, 1800–Nov. 20, 1863; House May 31, 1841–43.

    Bronson, Isaac Hopkins (D N.Y.) Oct. 16, 1802–Aug. 13, 1855; House 1837–39.

    Broocks, Moses Lycurgus (D Texas) Nov. 1, 1864–May 27, 1908; House 1905–07.

    Brooke, Edward William III (R Mass.) Oct. 26, 1919–; Senate 1967–79.

    Brooke, Walker (W Miss.) Dec. 25, 1813–Feb. 18, 1869; Senate Feb. 18, 1852–53.

    Brookhart, Smith Wildman (R Iowa) Feb. 2, 1869–Nov. 15, 1944; Senate Nov. 7, 1922–April 12, 1926, 1927–33 (Nov. 7, 1922–25 Progressive Republican).

    Brooks, Charles Wayland (R Ill.) March 8, 1897–Jan. 14, 1957; Senate Nov. 22, 1940–49; chair Senate Rules and Administration 1947–49.

    Brooks, David (F N.Y.) 1756–Aug. 30, 1838; House 1797–99.

    Brooks, Edward Schroeder (R Pa.) June 14, 1867–July 12, 1957; House 1919–23.

    Brooks, Edwin Bruce (cousin of Edmund Howard Hinshaw) (R Ill.) Sept. 20, 1868–Sept. 18, 1933; House 1919–23.

    Brooks, Franklin Eli (R Colo.) Nov. 19, 1860–Feb. 7, 1916; House 1903–07.

    Brooks, George Merrick (R Mass.) July 26, 1824–Sept. 22, 1893; House Nov. 2, 1869–May 13, 1872.

    Brooks, Jack Bascom (D Texas) Dec. 18, 1922–; House 1953–95; chair House Government Operations 1975–89; chair House Judiciary 1989–95.

    Brooks, James (D N.Y.) Nov. 10, 1810–April 30, 1873; House 1849–53 (Whig), 1863–April 7, 1866, 1867–April 30, 1873.

    Brooks, Joshua Twing (D Pa.) Feb. 27, 1884–Feb. 7, 1956; House 1933–37.

    Brooks, Micah (R N.Y.) May 14, 1775–July 7, 1857; House 1815–17.

    Brooks, Overton (nephew of John Holmes Overton) (D La.) Dec. 21, 1897–Sept. 16, 1961; House 1937–Sept. 16, 1961; chair House Science and Astronautics 1959–61.

    Brooks, Preston Smith (D S.C.) Aug. 5, 1819–Jan. 27, 1857; House 1853–July 15, 1856, Aug. 1, 1856–Jan. 27, 1857.

    Brookshire, Elijah Voorhees (D Ind.) Aug. 15, 1856–April 14, 1936; House 1889–95.

    Broom, Jacob (son of James Madison Broom) (AP Pa.) July 25, 1808–Nov. 28, 1864; House 1855–57.

    Broom, James Madison (father of Jacob Broom) (F Del.) 1776–Jan. 15, 1850; House 1805–07.

    Broomall, John Martin (R Pa.) Jan. 19, 1816–June 3, 1894; House 1863–69.

    Broomfield, William S. (R Mich.) April 28, 1922–; House 1957–93.

    Brophy, John Charles (R Wis.) Oct. 8, 1901–Dec. 26, 1976; House 1947–49.

    Brosius, Marriott (R Pa.) March 7, 1843–March 16, 1901; House 1889–March 16, 1901.

    Brotzman, Donald Glenn (R Colo.) June 28, 1922–Sept. 15, 2004; House 1963–65, 1967–75.

    Broughton, Joseph Melville (D N.C.) Nov. 17, 1888–March 6, 1949; Senate Dec. 31, 1948–March 6, 1949; Gov. Jan. 9, 1941–Jan. 4, 1945.

    Broussard, Edwin Sidney (brother of Robert Foligny Broussard) (D La.) Dec. 4, 1874–Nov. 19, 1934; Senate 1921–33.

    Broussard, Robert Foligny (brother of Edwin Sidney Broussard) (D La.) Aug. 17, 1864–April 12, 1918; House 1897–1915; Senate 1915–April 12, 1918.

    Browder, Glen (D Ala.) Jan. 15, 1943–; House April 18, 1989–97.

    Brower, John Morehead (R N.C.) July 19, 1845–Aug. 5, 1913; House 1887–91.

    Brown, Aaron Venable (D Tenn.) Aug. 15, 1795–March 8, 1859; House 1839–45; Gov. Oct. 14, 1845–Oct. 16, 1847; postmaster general March 7, 1857–March 8, 1859.

    Brown, Albert Gallatin (D Miss.) May 31, 1813–June 12, 1880; House 1839–41, 1847–53; Senate Jan. 7, 1854–Jan. 12, 1861; Gov. Jan. 10, 1844–Jan. 10, 1848.

    Brown, Anson (W N.Y.) 1800–June 14, 1840; House 1839–June 14, 1840.

    Brown, Arthur (R Utah) March 8, 1843–Dec. 12, 1906; Senate Jan. 22, 1896–97.

    Brown, Bedford (D N.C.) June 6, 1795–Dec. 6, 1870; Senate Dec. 9, 1829–Nov. 16, 1840.

    Brown, Benjamin (nephew of John Brown) (F Mass.) Sept. 23, 1756–Sept. 17, 1831; House 1815–17.

    Brown, Benjamin Gratz (grandson of John Brown of Va. and Ky.) (UU Mo.) May 28, 1826–Dec. 13, 1885; Senate Nov. 13, 1863–67; Gov. Jan. 9, 1871–Jan. 8, 1873 (Liberal Republican).

    Brown, Charles (D Pa.) Sept. 23, 1797–Sept. 4, 1883; House 1841–43, 1847–49.

    Brown, Charles Elwood (R Ohio) July 4, 1834–May 22, 1904; House 1885–89.

    Brown, Charles Harrison (D Mo.) Oct. 22, 1920–June 10, 2003; House 1957–61.

    Brown, Clarence J. (father of Clarence J. Brown Jr.) (R Ohio) July 14, 1893–Aug. 23, 1965; House 1939–Aug. 23, 1965.

    Brown, Clarence J. Jr. (son of Clarence J. Brown) (R Ohio) June 18, 1927–; House Nov. 2, 1965–83.

    Brown, Corrine (D Fla.) Nov. 11, 1946–; House 1993–.

    Brown, Elias (J Md.) May 9, 1793–July 7, 1857; House 1829–31.

    Brown, Ernest S. (R Nev.) Sept. 25, 1903–July 23, 1965; Senate Oct. 1–Dec. 1, 1954.

    Brown, Ethan Allen (– Ohio) July 4, 1776–Feb. 24, 1852; Senate Jan. 3, 1822–25; Gov. Dec. 14, 1818–Jan. 4, 1822 (Democratic Republican).

    Brown, Foster Vincent (father of Joseph Edgar Brown) (R Tenn.) Dec. 24, 1852–March 26, 1937; House 1895–97.

    Brown, Fred Herbert (D N.H.) April 12, 1879–Feb. 3, 1955; Senate 1933–39; Gov. Jan. 4, 1923–Jan. 1, 1925.

    Brown, Garry Eldridge (R Mich.) Aug. 12, 1923–Aug. 15, 1998; House 1967–79.

    Brown, George Edward Jr. (D Calif.) March 6, 1920–July 15, 1999; House 1963–71, 1973–July 15, 1999; chair House Science, Space, and Technology 1991–95.

    Brown, George Hanks (Hank) (R Colo.) Feb. 12, 1940–; House 1981–91; Senate 1991–97.

    Brown, George Houston (W N.J.) Feb. 12, 1810–Aug. 1, 1865; House 1851–53.

    Brown, Henry E. Jr. (R S.C.) Dec. 20, 1935–; House 2001–.

    Brown, James (brother of John Brown of Va. and Ky., cousin of John Breckinridge, James Breckinridge, and Francis Preston) (– La.) Sept. 11, 1776–April 7, 1835; Senate Feb. 5, 1813–17, 1819–Dec. 10, 1823.

    Brown, James Sproat(D Wis.) Feb. 1, 1824–April 15, 1878; House 1863–65.

    Brown, James W. (son-in-law of Thomas Marshall Howe) (IR Pa.) July 14, 1844–Oct. 23, 1909; House 1903–05.

    Brown, Jason Brevoort (D Ind.) Feb. 26, 1839–March 10, 1898; House 1889–95.

    Brown, Jeremiah (W Pa.) April 14, 1785–March 2, 1858; House 1841–45.

    Brown, John (uncle of Benjamin Brown, grandfather of John Brown Francis) (F R.I.) Jan. 27, 1736–Sept. 20, 1803; House 1799–1801; Cont. Cong. (elected but did not attend) 1784, 1785.

    Brown, John (R Md.) ?–Dec. 13, 1815; House 1809–10.

    Brown, John (brother of James Brown, grandfather of Benjamin Gratz Brown, cousin of John Breckinridge, James Breckinridge, and Francis Preston) (– Va./Ky.) Sept. 12, 1757–Aug. 29, 1837; House 1789–June 1, 1792 (Ky. district of Va.); Senate June 18, 1792–1805 (Ky.); elected pres. pro tempore Oct. 17, 1803, Jan. 23, 1804; Cont. Cong. (Ky. district of Va.) 1787–88.

    Brown, John (– Pa.) Aug. 12, 1772–Oct. 12, 1845; House 1821–25.

    Brown, John Brewer (D Md.) May 13, 1836–May 16, 1898; House Nov. 8, 1892–93.

    Brown, John Robert (R Va.) Jan. 14, 1842–Aug. 4, 1927; House 1887–89.

    Brown, John W. (J N.Y.) Oct. 11, 1796–Sept. 6, 1875; House 1833–37.

    Brown, John Young (nephew of Bryan Rust Young and William Singleton Young) (D Ky.) June 28, 1835–Jan. 11, 1904; House 1859–61, 1873–77; Gov. Sept. 1, 1891–Dec. 10, 1895.

    Brown, John Young (D Ky.) Feb. 1, 1900–June 16, 1985; House 1933–35.

    Brown, Joseph Edgar (son of Foster Vincent Brown) (R Tenn.) Feb. 11, 1880–June 13, 1939; House 1921–23.

    Brown, Joseph Emerson (D Ga.) April 15, 1821–Nov. 30, 1894; Senate May 26, 1880–91; Gov. Nov. 6, 1857–June 17, 1865.

    Brown, Lathrop (D N.Y.) Feb. 26, 1883–Nov. 28, 1959; House 1913–15.

    Brown, Milton (W Tenn.) Feb. 28, 1804–May 15, 1883; House 1841–47.

    Brown, Norris (R Neb.) May 2, 1863–Jan. 5, 1960; Senate 1907–13.

    Brown, Paul (D Ga.) March 31, 1880–Sept. 24, 1961; House July 5, 1933–61.

    Brown, Prentiss Marsh (D Mich.) June 18, 1889–Dec. 19, 1973; House 1933–Nov. 18, 1936; Senate Nov. 19, 1936–43.

    Brown, Robert (R Pa.) Dec. 25, 1744–Feb. 26, 1823; House Dec. 4, 1798–1815.

    Brown, Seth W. (R Ohio) Jan. 4, 1841–Feb. 24, 1923; House 1897–1901.

    Brown, Sherrod (D Ohio) Nov. 9, 1952–; House 1993–2007; Senate 2007–.

    Brown, Titus (– N.H.) Feb. 11, 1786–Jan. 29, 1849; House 1825–29.

    Brown, Webster Everett (R Wis.) July 16, 1851–Dec. 14, 1929; House 1901–07.

    Brown, William (– Ky.) April 19, 1779–Oct. 6, 1833; House 1819–21.

    Brown, William Gay (father of William Gay Brown Jr.) (UU W.Va.) Sept. 25, 1800–April 19, 1884; House 1845–49 (Democrat Va.), 1861–63 (Unionist Va.), Dec. 7, 1863–65.

    Brown, William Gay Jr. (son of William Gay Brown) (D W.Va.) April 7, 1856–March 9, 1916; House 1911–March 9, 1916.

    Brown, William John (D Ind.) Aug. 15, 1805–March 18, 1857; House 1843–45, 1849–51.

    Brown, William Ripley (R Kan.) July 16, 1840–March 3, 1916; House 1875–77.

    Brown, William Wallace (R Pa.) April 22, 1836–Nov. 4, 1926; House 1883–87.

    Brownback, Sam (R Kan.) Sept. 12, 1956–; House 1995–Nov. 6, 1996; Senate Nov. 27, 1996–.

    Browne, Charles (D N.J.) Sept. 28, 1875–Aug. 17, 1947; House 1923–25.

    Browne, Edward Everts (R Wis.) Feb. 16, 1868–Nov. 23, 1945; House 1913–31.

    Browne, George Huntington (D/Const U R.I.) Jan. 6, 1811–Sept. 26, 1885; House 1861–63.

    Browne, Thomas Henry Bayly (R Va.) Feb. 8, 1844–Aug. 27, 1892; House 1887–91.

    Browne, Thomas McLelland (R Ind.) April 19, 1829–July 17, 1891; House 1877–91.

    Browning, Gordon Weaver (D Tenn.) Nov. 22, 1889–May 23, 1976; House 1923–35; Gov. Jan. 15, 1937–Jan. 16, 1939, Jan. 17, 1949–Jan. 15, 1953.

    Browning, Orville Hickman (R Ill.) Feb. 10, 1806–Aug. 10, 1881; Senate June 26, 1861–Jan. 12, 1863; secretary of the interior Sept. 1, 1866–March 4, 1869.

    Browning, William John (R N.J.) April 11, 1850–March 24, 1920; House Nov. 7, 1911–March 24, 1920.

    Brownlow, Walter Preston (nephew of William Gannaway Brownlow) (R Tenn.) March 27, 1851–July 8, 1910; House 1897–July 8, 1910.

    Brownlow, William Gannaway (uncle of Walter Preston Brownlow) (R Tenn.) Aug. 29, 1805–April 29, 1877; Senate 1869–75; Gov. April 5, 1865–Feb. 25, 1869.

    Brownson, Charles Bruce (R Ind.) Feb. 5, 1914–Aug. 4, 1988; House 1951–59.

    Brown-Waite, Ginny (R Fla.) Oct. 5, 1943–; House 2003–.

    Broyhill, James Thomas (R N.C.) Aug. 19, 1927–; House 1963–July 14, 1986; Senate July 14–Nov. 10, 1986.

    Broyhill, Joel Thomas (R Va.) Nov. 4, 1919–Sept. 24, 2006; House 1953–Dec. 31, 1974.

    Bruce, Blanche Kelso (R Miss.) March 1, 1841–March 17, 1898; Senate 1875–81.

    Bruce, Donald Cogley (R Ind.) April 27, 1921–Aug. 31, 1969; House 1961–65.

    Bruce, Phineas (F Mass.) June 7, 1762–Oct. 4, 1809; elected to the House for the term beginning 1803 but did not serve.

    Bruce, Terry L. (D Ill.) March 25, 1944–; House 1985–93.

    Bruce, William Cabell (D Md.) March 12, 1860–May 9, 1946; Senate 1923–29.

    Brucker, Ferdinand (D Mich.) Jan. 8, 1858–March 3, 1904; House 1897–99.

    Bruckner, Henry (D N.Y.) June 17, 1871–April 14, 1942; House 1913–Dec. 31, 1917.

    Brumbaugh, Clement Laird (D Ohio) Feb. 28, 1863–Sept. 28, 1921; House 1913–21.

    Brumbaugh, David Emmert (R Pa.) Oct. 8, 1894–April 22, 1977; House Nov. 2, 1943–47.

    Brumm, Charles Napoleon (father of George Franklin Brumm) (R Pa.) June 9, 1838–Jan. 11, 1917; House 1881–89 (1881–85 Greenbacker), 1895–99, Nov. 6, 1906–Jan. 4, 1909.

    Brumm, George Franklin (son of Charles Napoleon Brumm) (R Pa.) Jan. 24, 1880–May 29, 1934; House 1923–27, 1929–May 29, 1934.

    Brundidge, Stephen Jr. (D Ark.) Jan. 1, 1857–Jan. 14, 1938; House 1897–1909.

    Brunner, David B. (D Pa.) March 7, 1835–Nov. 29, 1903; House 1889–93.

    Brunner, William Frank (D N.Y.) Sept. 15, 1887–April 23, 1965; House 1929–Sept. 27, 1935.

    Brunsdale, Clarence Norman (R N.D.) July 9, 1891–Jan. 27, 1978; Senate Nov. 19, 1959–Aug. 7, 1960; Gov. Jan. 3, 1951–Jan. 9, 1957.

    Brush, Henry (– Ohio) June 1778–Jan. 19, 1855; House 1819–21.

    Bruyn, Andrew DeWitt (D N.Y.) Nov. 18, 1790–July 27, 1838; House 1837–July 27, 1838.

    Bryan, Guy Morrison (D Texas) Jan. 12, 1821–June 4, 1901; House 1857–59.

    Bryan, Henry H. (– Tenn.) ?–May 7, 1835; House 1819–21 (elected for the term beginning 1821 but did not serve).

    Bryan, James Wesley (Prog. Wash.) March 11, 1874–Aug. 26, 1956; House 1913–15.

    Bryan, John Heritage (– N.C.) Nov. 4, 1798–May 19, 1870; House 1825–29.

    Bryan, Joseph (R Ga.) Aug. 18, 1773–Sept. 12, 1812; House 1803–06.

    Bryan, Joseph Hunter (R N.C.) ?–?; House 1815–19.

    Bryan, Nathan (R N.C.) 1748–June 4, 1798; House 1795–June 4, 1798.

    Bryan, Nathan Philemon (brother of William James Bryan) (D Fla.) April 23, 1872–Aug. 8, 1935; Senate 1911–17.

    Bryan, Richard H. (D Nev.) July 16, 1937–; Senate 1989–2001; Gov. Jan. 3, 1983–Jan. 3, 1989; chair Senate Select Ethics 1993–95.

    Bryan, William James (brother of Nathan Philemon Bryan) (D Fla.) Oct. 10, 1876–March 22, 1908; Senate Dec. 26, 1907–March 22, 1908.

    Bryan, William Jennings (father of Ruth Bryan Owen) (D Neb.) March 19, 1860–July 26, 1925; House 1891–95; secretary of state March 5, 1913–June 9, 1915.

    Bryant, Ed (R Tenn.) Sept. 7, 1948–; House 1995–2003.

    Bryant, John Wiley (D Texas) Feb. 22, 1947–; House 1983–97.

    Bryce, Lloyd Stephens (D N.Y.) Sept. 4, 1851–April 2, 1917; House 1887–89.

    Bryson, Joseph Raleigh (D S.C.) Jan. 18, 1893–March 10, 1953; House 1939–March 10, 1953.

    Buchanan, Andrew (D Pa.) April 8, 1780–Dec. 2, 1848; House 1835–39 (1835–37 Jacksonian).

    Buchanan, Frank (D Ill.) June 14, 1862–April 18, 1930; House 1911–17.

    Buchanan, Frank (husband of Vera Daerr Buchanan) (D Pa.) Dec. 1, 1902–April 27, 1951; House May 21, 1946–April 27, 1951.

    Buchanan, Hugh (D Ga.) Sept. 15, 1823–June 11, 1890; House 1881–85.

    Buchanan, James (D Pa.) April 23, 1791–June 1, 1868; House 1821–31 (no party); Senate Dec. 6, 1834–March 5, 1845; secretary of state March 10, 1845–March 7, 1849; president 1857–61.

    Buchanan, James (R N.J.) June 17, 1839–Oct. 30, 1900; House 1885–93.

    Buchanan, James Paul (cousin of Edward William Pou) (D Texas) April 30, 1867–Feb. 22, 1937; House April 5, 1913–Feb. 22, 1937.

    Buchanan, John Alexander (D Va.) Oct. 7, 1843–Sept. 2, 1921; House 1889–93.

    Buchanan, John Hall Jr. (R Ala.) March 19, 1928–; House 1965–81.

    Buchanan, Vera Daerr (widow of Frank Buchanan) (D Pa.) July 20, 1902–Nov. 26, 1955; House July 24, 1951–Nov. 26, 1955.

    Buchanan, Vernon G. (R Fla.) May 8, 1951–; House Jan. 3, 2007–.

    Bucher, John Conrad (J Pa.) Dec. 28, 1792–Oct. 15, 1851; House 1831–33.

    Buck, Alfred Eliab (R Ala.) Feb. 7, 1832–Dec. 4, 1902; House 1869–71.

    Buck, Charles Francis (D La.) Nov. 5, 1841–Jan. 19, 1918; House 1895–97.

    Buck, Clayton Douglass (great-great-nephew of John Middleton Clayton) (R Del.) March 21, 1890–Jan. 27, 1965; Senate 1943–49; chair Senate District of Columbia 1947–49; Gov. Jan. 15, 1929–Jan. 19, 1937.

    Buck, Daniel (father of Daniel Azro Ashley Buck) (F Vt.) Nov. 9, 1753–Aug. 16, 1816; House 1795–97.

    Buck, Daniel Azro Ashley (son of Daniel Buck) (– Vt.) April 19, 1789–Dec. 24, 1841; House 1823–25, 1827–29.

    Buck, Ellsworth Brewer (R N.Y.) July 3, 1892–Aug. 14, 1970; House June 6, 1944–49.

    Buck, Frank Henry (D Calif.) Sept. 23, 1887–Sept. 17, 1942; House 1933–Sept. 17, 1942.

    Buck, John Ransom (R Conn.) Dec. 6, 1835–Feb. 6, 1917; House 1881–83, 1885–87.

    Buckalew, Charles Rollin (D Pa.) Dec. 28, 1821–May 19, 1899; Senate 1863–69; House 1887–91.

    Buckbee, John Theodore (R Ill.) Aug. 1, 1871–April 23, 1936; House 1927–April 23, 1936.

    Buckingham, William Alfred (R Conn.) May 28, 1804–Feb. 5, 1875; Senate 1869–Feb. 5, 1875; Gov. May 5, 1858–May 2, 1866.

    Buckland, Ralph Pomeroy (R Ohio) Jan. 20, 1812–May 27, 1892; House 1865–69.

    Buckler, Richard Thompson (FL Minn.) Oct. 27, 1865–Jan. 23, 1950; House 1935–43.

    Buckley, Charles Anthony (D N.Y.) June 23, 1890–Jan. 22, 1967; House 1935–65; chair House Public Works 1951–53, 1955–65.

    Buckley, Charles Waldron (R Ala.) Feb. 18, 1835–Dec. 4, 1906; House July 21, 1868–73.

    Buckley, James Lane (C N.Y.) March 9, 1923–; Senate 1971–77.

    Buckley, James Richard (D Ill.) Nov. 18, 1870–June 22, 1945; House 1923–25.

    Buckley, James Vincent (D Ill.) May 15, 1894–July 30, 1954; House 1949–51.

    Buckman, Clarence Bennett (R Minn.) April 1, 1851–March 1, 1917; House 1903–07.

    Buckner, Alexander (– Mo.) 1785–June 6, 1833; Senate 1831–June 6, 1833.

    Buckner, Aylett Hawes (nephew of Aylett Hawes, cousin of Richard Hawes and Albert Gallatin Hawes) (D Mo.) Dec. 14, 1816–Feb. 5, 1894; House 1873–85.

    Buckner, Aylette (son of Richard Aylett Buckner) (W Ky.) July 21, 1806–July 3, 1869; House 1847–49.

    Buckner, Richard Aylett (father of Aylette Buckner) (– Ky.) July 16, 1763–Dec. 8, 1847; House 1823–29.

    Budd, James Herbert (D Calif.) May 18, 1851–July 30, 1908; House 1883–85; Gov. Jan. 11, 1895–Jan. 3, 1899.

    Budge, Hamer Harold (R Idaho) Nov. 21, 1910–July 22, 2003; House 1951–61.

    Buechner, John William “Jack” (R Mo.) June 6, 1940–; House 1987–91.

    Buel, Alexander Woodruff (D Mich.) Dec. 13, 1813–April 19, 1868; House 1849–51.

    Buell, Alexander Hamilton (D N.Y.) July 14, 1801–Jan. 29, 1853; House 1851–Jan. 29, 1853.

    Buffett, Howard Homan (R Neb.) Aug. 13, 1903–April 30, 1964; House 1943–49, 1951–53.

    Buffington, James (R Mass.) March 16, 1817–March 7, 1875; House 1855–63, 1869–March 7, 1875.

    Buffington, Joseph (W Pa.) Nov. 27, 1803–Feb. 3, 1872; House 1843–47.

    Buffum, Joseph Jr. (– N.H.) Sept. 23, 1784–Feb. 24, 1874; House 1819–21.

    Bugg, Robert Malone (W Tenn.) Jan. 20, 1805–Feb. 18, 1887; House 1853–55.

    Bulkeley, Morgan Gardner (cousin of Edwin Denison Morgan) (R Conn.) Dec. 26, 1837–Nov. 6, 1922; Senate 1905–11; Gov. Jan. 10, 1889–Jan. 4, 1893.

    Bulkley, Robert Johns (D Ohio) Oct. 8, 1880–July 21, 1965; House 1911–15; Senate Dec. 1, 1930–39.

    Bull, John (– Mo.) 1803–Feb. 1863; House 1833–35.

    Bull, Melville (R R.I.) Sept. 29, 1854–July 5, 1909; House 1895–1903.

    Bullard, Henry Adams (W La.) Sept. 9, 1788–April 17, 1851; House 1831–Jan. 4, 1834 (Anti-Jacksonian), Dec. 5, 1850–51.

    Bulloch, William Bellinger (R Ga.) 1777–May 6, 1852; Senate April 8–Nov. 6, 1813.

    Bullock, Robert (D Fla.) Dec. 8, 1828–July 27, 1905; House 1889–93.

    Bullock, Stephen (F Mass.) Oct. 10, 1735–Feb. 2, 1816; House 1797–99.

    Bullock, Wingfield (– Ky.) ?–Oct. 13, 1821; House 1821–Oct. 13, 1821.

    Bulow, William John (D S.D.) Jan. 13, 1869–Feb. 26, 1960; Senate 1931–43; Gov. Jan. 4, 1927–Jan. 6, 1931.

    Bulwinkle, Alfred Lee (D N.C.) April 21, 1883–Aug. 31, 1950; House 1921–29, 1931–Aug. 31, 1950.

    Bumpers, Dale Leon (D Ark.) Aug. 12, 1925–; Senate 1975–99; chair Senate Small Business 1987–95; Gov. Jan. 12, 1971–Jan. 2, 1975.

    Bunch, Samuel (White supporter Tenn.) Dec. 4, 1786–Sept. 5, 1849; House 1833–37 (1833–35 Jacksonian).

    Bundy, Hezekiah Sanford (R Ohio) Aug. 15, 1817–Dec. 12, 1895; House 1865–67, 1873–75, Dec. 4, 1893–95.

    Bundy, Solomon (R N.Y.) May 22, 1823–Jan. 13, 1889; House 1877–79.

    Bunker, Berkeley Lloyd (D Nev.) Aug. 12, 1906–June 21, 1999; Senate Nov. 27, 1940–Dec. 6, 1942; House 1945–47.

    Bunn, Benjamin Hickman (D N.C.) Oct. 19, 1844–Aug. 25, 1907; House 1889–95.

    Bunn, Jim (R Ore.) Dec. 12, 1956–; House 1995–97.

    Bunnell, Frank Charles (R Pa.) March 19, 1842–Sept. 11, 1911; House Dec. 24, 1872–73 (no party), 1885–89.

    Bunner, Rudolph (– N.Y.) Aug. 17, 1779–July 16, 1837; House 1827–29.

    Bunning, James Paul David (R Ky.) Oct. 23, 1931–; House 1987–99; Senate 1999–.

    Bunting, Thomas Lathrop (D N.Y.) April 24, 1844–Dec. 27, 1898; House 1891–93.

    Burch, John Chilton (D Calif.) Feb. 1, 1826–Aug. 31, 1885; House 1859–61.

    Burch, Thomas Granville (D Va.) July 3, 1869–March 20, 1951; House 1931–May 31, 1946; Senate May 31–Nov. 5, 1946.

    Burchard, Horatio Chapin (R Ill.) Sept. 22, 1825–May 14, 1908; House Dec. 6, 1869–79.

    Burchard, Samuel Dickinson (D Wis.) July 17, 1836–Sept. 1, 1901; House 1875–77.

    Burchill, Thomas Francis (D N.Y.) Aug. 3, 1882–March 28, 1960; House 1943–45.

    Burd, George (– Pa.) 1793–Jan. 13, 1844; House 1831–35.

    Burdett, Samuel Swinfin (R Mo.) Feb. 21, 1836–Sept. 24, 1914; House 1869–73.

    Burdick, Clark (R R.I.) Jan. 13, 1868–Aug. 27, 1948; House 1919–33.

    Burdick, Jocelyn Birch (widow of Quentin Northrop Burdick, daughter-in-law of Usher Lloyd Burdick, sister-in-law of Robert Woodrow Levering) (D N.D.) Feb. 6, 1922–; Senate Sept. 16–Dec. 14, 1992.

    Burdick, Quentin Northrop (husband of Jocelyn Birch Burdick, son of Usher Lloyd Burdick, brother-in-law of Robert Woodrow Levering) (D N.D.) June 19, 1908–Sept. 8, 1992; House 1959–Aug. 8, 1960; Senate Aug. 8, 1960–Sept. 8, 1992; chair Senate Environment and Public Works 1987–92.

    Burdick, Theodore Weld (R Iowa) Oct. 7, 1836–July 16, 1898; House 1877–79.

    Burdick, Usher Lloyd (father of Quentin Northrop Burdick, father-in-law of Jocelyn Birch Burdick, father-in-law of Robert Woodrow Levering) (R N.D.) Feb. 21, 1879–Aug. 19, 1960; House 1935–45, 1949–59.

    Burgener, Clair Walter (R Calif.) Dec. 5, 1921–Sept. 9, 2006; House 1973–83.

    Burges, Dempsey (R N.C.) 1751–Jan. 13, 1800; House 1795–99.

    Burges, Tristam (great-great-uncle of Theodore Francis Green) (AJ R.I.) Feb. 26, 1770–Oct. 13, 1853; House 1825–35 (1825–31 no party).

    Burgess, George Farmer (D Texas) Sept. 21, 1861–Dec. 31, 1919; House 1901–17.

    Burgess, Michael (R Texas) Dec. 23, 1950–; House 2003–.

    Burgin, William Olin (D N.C.) July 28, 1877–April 11, 1946; House 1939–April 11, 1946.

    Burk, Henry (R Pa.) Sept. 26, 1850–Dec. 5, 1903; House 1901–Dec. 5, 1903.

    Burke, Aedanus (– S.C.) June 16, 1743–March 30, 1802; House 1789–91.

    Burke, Charles Henry (R S.D.) April 1, 1861–April 7, 1944; House 1899–1907, 1909–15.

    Burke, Edmund (D N.H.) Jan. 23, 1809–Jan. 25, 1882; House 1839–45.

    Burke, Edward Raymond (D Neb.) Nov. 28, 1880–Nov. 4, 1968; House 1933–35; Senate 1935–41.

    Burke, Frank Welsh (D Ky.) June 1, 1920–June 29, 2007; House 1959–63.

    Burke, J. Herbert (R Fla.) Jan. 14, 1913–June 16, 1993; House 1967–79.

    Burke, James Anthony (D Mass.) March 30, 1910–Oct. 13, 1983; House 1959–79.

    Burke, James Francis (R Pa.) Oct. 21, 1867–Aug. 8, 1932; House 1905–15.

    Burke, John Harley (D Calif.) June 2, 1894–May 14, 1951; House 1933–35.

    Burke, Michael Edmund (D Wis.) Oct. 15, 1863–Dec. 12, 1918; House 1911–17.

    Burke, Raymond Hugh (R Ohio) Nov. 4, 1881–Aug. 18, 1954; House 1947–49.

    Burke, Robert Emmet (D Texas) Aug. 1, 1847–June 5, 1901; House 1897–June 5, 1901.

    Burke, Thomas A. (D Ohio) Oct. 30, 1898–Dec. 5, 1971; Senate Nov. 10, 1953–Dec. 2, 1954.

    Burke, Thomas Henry (D Ohio) May 6, 1904–Sept. 12, 1959; House 1949–51.

    Burke, William Joseph (R Pa.) Sept. 25, 1862–Nov. 7, 1925; House 1919–23.

    Burke, Yvonne Brathwaite (D Calif.) Oct. 5, 1932–; House 1973–79.

    Burkett, Elmer Jacob (R Neb.) Dec. 1, 1867–May 23, 1935; House 1899–March 4, 1905; Senate 1905–11.

    Burkhalter, Everett Glen (D Calif.) Jan. 19, 1897–May 24, 1975; House 1963–65.

    Burleigh, Edwin Chick (R Maine) Nov. 27, 1843–June 16, 1916; House June 21, 1897–1911; Senate 1913–June 16, 1916; Gov. Jan. 2, 1889–Jan. 4, 1893.

    Burleigh, Henry Gordon (R N.Y.) June 2, 1832–Aug. 10, 1900; House 1883–87.

    Burleigh, John Holmes (son of William Burleigh) (R Maine) Oct. 9, 1822–Dec. 5, 1877; House 1873–77.

    Burleigh, Walter Atwood (R Dakota) Oct. 25, 1820–March 7, 1896; House (Terr. Del.) 1865–69.

    Burleigh, William (father of John Holmes Burleigh) (– Maine) Oct. 24, 1785–July 2, 1827; House 1823–July 2, 1827.

    Burleson, Albert Sidney (D Texas) June 7, 1863–Nov. 24, 1937; House 1899–March 6, 1913; postmaster general March 5, 1913– March 4, 1921.

    Burleson, Omar Truman (D Texas) March 19, 1906–May 14, 1991; House 1947–Dec. 31, 1978; chair House Administration 1955–68.

    Burlingame, Anson (R Mass.) Nov. 14, 1820–Feb. 23, 1870; House 1855–61 (1855–57 American Party).

    Burlison, William Dean (D Mo.) March 15, 1931–; House 1969–81.

    Burnell, Barker (W Mass.) Jan. 30, 1798–June 15, 1843; House 1841–June 15, 1843.

    Burnes, Daniel Dee (D Mo.) Jan. 4, 1851–Nov. 2, 1899; House 1893–95.

    Burnes, James Nelson (D Mo.) Aug. 22, 1827–Jan. 23, 1889; House 1883–Jan. 23, 1889.

    Burnet, Jacob (F N.J.) Feb. 22, 1770–May 10, 1853; Senate Dec. 10, 1828–31.

    Burnett, Edward (D Mass.) March 16, 1849–Nov. 5, 1925; House 1887–89.

    Burnett, Henry Cornelius (D Ky.) Oct. 5, 1825–Oct. 1, 1866; House 1855–Dec. 3, 1861.

    Burnett, John Lawson (D Ala.) Jan. 20, 1854–May 13, 1919; House 1899–May 13, 1919.

    Burney, William Evans (D Colo.) Sept. 11, 1893–Jan. 29, 1969; House Nov. 5, 1940–41.

    Burnham, Alfred Avery (R Conn.) March 8, 1819–April 11, 1879; House 1859–63.

    Burnham, George (R Calif.) Dec. 28, 1868–June 28, 1939; House 1933–37.

    Burnham, Henry Eben (R N.H.) Nov. 8, 1844–Feb. 8, 1917; Senate 1901–13.

    Burns, Conrad (R Mont.) Jan. 25, 1935–; Senate 1989–2007.

    Burns, John Anthony (D Hawaii) March 30, 1909–April 5, 1975; House (Terr. Del.) 1957–Aug. 21, 1959; Gov. Dec. 3, 1962–Dec. 2, 1974.

    Burns, Joseph (J Ohio) March 11, 1800–May 12, 1875; House 1857–59.

    Burns, Max (R Ga.) Nov. 8, 1948–; House 2003–05.

    Burns, Robert (D N.H.) Dec. 12, 1792–June 26, 1866; House 1833–37.

    Burnside, Ambrose Everett (R R.I.) May 23, 1824–Sept. 13, 1881; Senate 1875–Sept. 13, 1881; Gov. May 29, 1866–May 25, 1869.

    Burnside, Maurice Gwinn (D W.Va.) Aug. 23, 1902–Feb. 2, 1991; House 1949–53, 1955–57.

    Burnside, Thomas (R Pa.) July 28, 1782–March 25, 1851; House Oct. 10, 1815–April 1816.

    Burr, Aaron (cousin of Theodore Dwight, father-in-law of Gov. Joseph Alston of S.C.) (D N.Y.) Feb. 6, 1756–Sept. 14, 1836; Senate 1791–97; vice president 1801–05.

    Burr, Albert George (D Ill.) Nov. 8, 1829–June 10, 1882; House 1867–71.

    Burr, Richard M. (R N.C.) Nov. 30, 1955–; House 1995–2005; Senate 2005–.

    Burrell, Orlando (R Ill.) July 26, 1826–June 7, 1921; House 1895–97.

    Burrill, James Jr. (great-grandfather of Theodore Francis Green) (– R.I.) April 25, 1772–Dec. 25, 1820; Senate 1817–Dec. 25, 1820.

    Burroughs, Sherman Everett (R N.H.) Feb. 6, 1870–Jan. 27, 1923; House June 7, 1917–Jan. 27, 1923.

    Burroughs, Silas Mainville (R N.Y.) July 16, 1810–June 3, 1860; House 1857–June 3, 1860.

    Burrows, Daniel (uncle of Lorenzo Burrows) (– Conn.) Oct. 26, 1766–Jan. 23, 1858; House 1821–23.

    Burrows, Joseph Henry (G Mo.) May 15, 1840–April 28, 1914; House 1881–83.

    Burrows, Julius Caesar (R Mich.) Jan. 9, 1837–Nov. 16, 1915; House 1873–75, 1879–83, 1885–Jan. 23, 1895; Senate Jan. 24, 1895–1911.

    Burrows, Lorenzo (nephew of Daniel Burrows) (W N.Y.) March 15, 1805–March 6, 1885; House 1849–53.

    Bursum, Holm Olaf (R N.M.) Feb. 10, 1867–Aug. 7, 1953; Senate March 11, 1921–25.

    Burt, Armistead (D S.C.) Nov. 13, 1802–Oct. 30, 1883; House 1843–53.

    Burtness, Olger Burton (R N.D.) March 14, 1884–Jan. 20, 1960; House 1921–33.

    Burton, Charles Germman (R Mo.) April 4, 1846–Feb. 25, 1926; House 1895–97.

    Burton, Clarence Godber (D Va.) Dec. 14, 1886–Jan. 18, 1982; House Nov. 2, 1948–53.

    Burton, Danny Lee (R Ind.) June 21, 1938–; House 1983–; chair House Government Reform and Oversight 1997–1999; chair House Government Reform 1999–2003.

    Burton, Harold Hitz (R Ohio) June 22, 1888–Oct. 28, 1964; Senate 1941–Sept. 30, 1945; assoc. justice Oct. 1, 1945–Oct. 13, 1958.

    Burton, Hiram Rodney (R Del.) Nov. 13, 1841–June 17, 1927; House 1905–09.

    Burton, Hutchins Gordon (– N.C.) 1782–April 21, 1836; House Dec. 6, 1819–March 23, 1824; Gov. Dec. 7, 1824–Dec. 8, 1827 (Federalist).

    Burton, John Lowell (brother of Phillip Burton, brother-in-law of Sala Burton) (D Calif.) Dec. 15, 1932–; House June 25, 1974–83.

    Burton, Joseph Ralph (R Kan.) Nov. 16, 1850–Feb. 27, 1923; Senate 1901–June 4, 1906.

    Burton, Laurence Junior (R Utah) Oct. 30, 1926–Nov. 27, 2002; House 1963–71.

    Burton, Phillip (brother of John Lowell Burton, husband of Sala Burton) (D Calif.) June 1, 1926–April 10, 1983; House Feb. 18, 1964–April 10, 1983.

    Burton, Sala (widow of Phillip Burton, sister-in-law of John Lowell Burton) (D Calif.) April 1, 1925–Feb. 1, 1987; House June 21, 1983–Feb. 1, 1987.

    Burton, Theodore Elijah (R Ohio) Dec. 20, 1851–Oct. 28, 1929; House 1889–91, 1895–1909, 1921–Dec. 15, 1928; Senate 1909–15, Dec. 15, 1928–Oct. 28, 1929.

    Burwell, William Armisted (R Va.) March 15, 1780–Feb. 16, 1821; House Dec. 1, 1806–Feb. 16, 1821.

    Busbey, Fred Ernst (R Ill.) Feb. 8, 1895–Feb. 11, 1966; House 1943–45, 1947–49, 1951–55.

    Busby, George Henry (D Ohio) June 10, 1794–Aug. 22, 1869; House 1851–53.

    Busby, Thomas Jefferson (D Miss.) July 26, 1884–Oct. 18, 1964; House 1923–35.

    Busey, Samuel Thompson (D Ill.) Nov. 16, 1835–Aug. 12, 1909; House 1891–93.

    Bush, Alvin Ray (R Pa.) June 4, 1893–Nov. 5, 1959; House 1951– Nov. 5, 1959.

    Bush, George Herbert Walker (son of Prescott Sheldon Bush, father of Pres. George W. Bush and Gov. John Ellis “Jeb” Bush of Fla.) (R Texas) June 12, 1924–; House 1967–71; president 1989–93; vice president 1981–89; chair Rep. Nat. Comm. Jan. 1973–Sept. 1974.

    Bush, Prescott Sheldon (father of George Herbert Walker Bush; grandfather of Pres. George W. Bush and Gov. John Ellis “Jeb” Bush of Fla.) (R Conn.) May 15, 1895–Oct. 8, 1972; Senate Nov. 4, 1952–Jan. 2, 1963.

    Bushfield, Harlan John (husband of Vera Cahalan Bushfield) (R S.D.) Aug. 6, 1882–Sept. 27, 1948; Senate 1943–Sept. 27, 1948; Gov. Jan. 3, 1939–Jan. 5, 1943.

    Bushfield, Vera Cahalan (widow of Harlan John Bushfield) (R S.D.) Aug. 9, 1889–April 16, 1976; Senate Oct. 6–Dec. 26, 1948.

    Bushnell, Allen Ralph (D Wis.) July 18, 1833–March 29, 1909; House 1891–93.

    Bushong, Robert Grey (grandson of Anthony Ellmaker Roberts) (R Pa.) June 10, 1883–April 6, 1951; House 1927–29.

    Bustamante, Albert Garza (D Texas) April 8, 1935–; House 1985–93.

    Butler, Andrew Pickens (son of William Butler born in 1759, brother of William Butler born in 1790, uncle of Matthew Calbraith Butler) (SRD S.C.) Nov. 18, 1796–May 25, 1857; Senate Dec. 4, 1846–May 25, 1857.

    Butler, Benjamin Franklin (grandfather of Butler Ames, father-in-law of Adelbert Ames) (R Mass.) Nov. 5, 1818–Jan. 11, 1893; House 1867–75, 1877–79; Gov. Jan. 4, 1883–Jan. 3, 1884 (Democrat/ Greenback).

    Butler, Chester Pierce (W Pa.) March 21, 1798–Oct. 5, 1850; House 1847–Oct. 5, 1850.

    Butler, Ezra (R Vt.) Sept. 24, 1763–July 12, 1838; House 1813–15; Gov. Oct. 13, 1826–Oct. 10, 1828 (Democratic Republican).

    Butler, Hugh Alfred (R Neb.) Feb. 28, 1878–July 1, 1954; Senate 1941–July 1, 1954; chair Senate Public Lands 1947–48; chair Senate Interior and Insular Affairs 1948–49, 1953–54.

    Butler, James Joseph (D Mo.) Aug. 29, 1862–May 31, 1917; House 1901–June 28, 1902, Nov. 4, 1902–Feb. 26, 1903, 1903–05.

    Butler, John Cornelius (R N.Y.) July 2, 1887–Aug. 13, 1953; House April 22, 1941–49, 1951–53.

    Butler, John Marshall (R Md.) July 21, 1897–March 14, 1978; Senate 1951–63.

    Butler, Josiah (R N.H.) Dec. 4, 1779–Oct. 27, 1854; House 1817–23.

    Butler, Manley Caldwell (R Va.) June 2, 1925–; House Nov. 7, 1972–83.

    Butler, Marion (P N.C.) May 20, 1863–June 3, 1938; Senate 1895–1901.

    Butler, Matthew Calbraith (son of William Butler born in 1790, grandson of William Butler born in 1759, nephew of Andrew Pickens Butler) (D S.C.) March 8, 1836–April 14, 1909; Senate 1877–95.

    Butler, Mounce Gore (D Tenn.) May 11, 1849–Feb. 13, 1917; House 1905–07.

    Butler, Pierce (D S.C.) July 11, 1744–Feb. 15, 1822; Senate 1789–Oct. 25, 1796, Nov. 4, 1802–Nov. 21, 1804; Cont. Cong. 1787.

    Butler, Robert Reyburn (grandson of Roderick Randum Butler) (R Ore.) Sept. 24, 1881–Jan. 7, 1933; House Nov. 6, 1928–Jan. 7, 1933.

    Butler, Roderick Randum (grandfather of Robert Reyburn Butler) (R Tenn.) April 9, 1827–Aug. 18, 1902; House 1867–75, 1887–89.

    Butler, Sampson Hale (D S.C.) Jan. 3, 1803–March 16, 1848; House 1839–Sept. 27, 1842.

    Butler, Thomas (R La.) April 14, 1785–Aug. 7, 1847; House Nov. 16, 1818–21.

    Butler, Thomas Belden (W Conn.) Aug. 22, 1806–June 8, 1873; House 1849–51.

    Butler, Thomas Stalker (R Pa.) Nov. 4, 1855–May 26, 1928; House 1897–May 26, 1928 (1897–99 Independent Republican).

    Butler, Walter Halben (D Iowa) Feb. 13, 1852–April 24, 1931; House 1891–93.

    Butler, William (father of Andrew Pickens Butler and William Butler, below, grandfather of Matthew Calbraith Butler) (R S.C.) Dec. 17, 1759–Nov. 15, 1821; House 1801–13.

    Butler, William (son of William Butler, above, brother of Andrew Pickens Butler, father of Matthew Calbraith Butler) (W S.C.) Feb. 1, 1790–Sept. 25, 1850; House 1841–43.

    Butler, William Morgan (R Mass.) Jan. 29, 1861–March 29, 1937; Senate Nov. 13, 1924–Dec. 6, 1926; chair Rep. Nat. Comm. 1924–28.

    Butler, William Orlando (D Ky.) April 19, 1791–Aug. 6, 1880; House 1839–43.

    Butman, Samuel (– Maine) 1788–Oct. 9, 1864; House 1827–31.

    Butterfield, George K. (D N.C.) April 27, 1947–; House July 21, 2004–.

    Butterfield, Martin (R N.Y.) Dec. 8, 1790–Aug. 6, 1866; House 1859–61.

    Butterworth, Benjamin (R Ohio) Oct. 22, 1837–Jan. 16, 1898; House 1879–83, 1885–91.

    Button, Daniel Evan (R N.Y.) Nov. 1, 1917–; House 1967–71.

    Buttz, Charles Wilson (R S.C.) Nov. 16, 1837–July 20, 1913; House Nov. 7, 1876–77.

    Buyer, Steve (R Ind.) Nov. 26, 1958–; House 1993–; chair House Veterans Affairs 2005–07.

    Bynum, Jesse Atherton (D N.C.) May 23, 1797–Sept. 23, 1868; House 1833–41 (1833–37 Jacksonian).

    Bynum, William Dallas (D Ind.) June 26, 1846–Oct. 21, 1927; House 1885–95.

    Byrd, Adam Monroe (D Miss.) July 6, 1859–June 21, 1912; House 1903–11.

    Byrd, Harry Flood (father of Harry Flood Byrd Jr., nephew of Henry De La Warr Flood and Joel West Flood) (D Va.) June 10, 1887– Oct. 20, 1966; Senate 1933–Nov. 10, 1965; chair Senate Finance 1955–65; Gov. Feb. 1, 1926–Jan. 15, 1930.

    Byrd, Harry Flood Jr. (son of Harry Flood Byrd) (I Va.) Dec. 20, 1914–; Senate Nov. 12, 1965–83 (1965–71 Democrat).

    Byrd, Robert Carlyle (D W.Va.) Nov. 20, 1917–; House 1953–59; Senate 1959–; Senate majority leader 1977–81, 1987–89; Senate minority leader 1981–87; elected pres. pro tempore Jan. 3, 1989–1995, June 6, 2001–03; chair Senate Appropriations 1989–95, Jan. 3–Jan. 20, 2001, June 6, 2001–03, 2007–.

    Byrne, Emmet Francis (R Ill.) Dec. 6, 1896–Sept. 25, 1974; House 1957–59.

    Byrne, James Aloysius (D Pa.) June 22, 1906–Sept. 3, 1980; House 1953–73.

    Byrne, Leslie L. (D Va.) Oct. 27, 1946–; House 1993–95.

    Byrne, William Thomas (D N.Y.) March 6, 1876–Jan. 27, 1952; House 1937–Jan. 27, 1952.

    Byrnes, James Francis (D S.C.) May 2, 1879–April 9, 1972; House 1911–25; Senate 1931–July 8, 1941; assoc. justice July 8, 1941–Oct. 3, 1942; secretary of state July 3, 1945–Jan. 21, 1947; Gov. Jan. 16, 1951–Jan. 18, 1955.

    Byrnes, John William (R Wis.) June 12, 1913–Jan. 12, 1985; House 1945–73.

    Byrns, Joseph Wellington (father of Joseph Wellington Byrns Jr.) (D Tenn.) July 20, 1869–June 4, 1936; House 1909–June 4, 1936; House majority leader 1933–35; Speaker 1935–June 4, 1936.

    Byrns, Joseph Wellington Jr. (son of Joseph Wellington Byrns) (D Tenn.) Aug. 15, 1903–March 8, 1973; House 1939–41.

    Byrns, Samuel (D Mo.) March 4, 1848–July 9, 1914; House 1891–93.

    Byron, Beverly Barton Butcher (widow of Goodloe Edgar Byron, daughter-in-law of Katharine Edgar Byron and William Devereaux Byron) (D Md.) July 26, 1932–; House 1979–93.

    Byron, Goodloe Edgar (son of Katharine Edgar Byron and William Devereaux Byron, great-grandson of Louis Emory McComas, husband of Beverly Barton Butcher Byron) (D Md.) June 22, 1929–Oct. 11, 1978; House 1971–Oct. 11, 1978.

    Byron, Katharine Edgar (widow of William Devereux Byron, mother of Goodloe Edgar Byron, granddaughter of Louis Emory McComas, mother-in-law of Beverly Barton Butcher Byron) (D Md.) Oct. 25, 1903–Dec. 28, 1976; House May 27, 1941–43.

    Byron, William Devereaux (husband of Katharine Edgar Byron, father of Goodloe Edgar Byron, father-in-law of Beverly Barton Butcher Byron) (D Md.) May 15, 1895–Feb. 27, 1941; House 1939–Feb. 27, 1941.

    Members of Congress - C

    Cabaniss, Thomas Banks (cousin of Thomas Chipman McRae) (D Ga.) Aug. 31, 1835–Aug. 14, 1915; House 1893–95.

    Cabell, Earle (D Texas) Oct. 27, 1906–Sept. 24, 1975; House 1965–73.

    Cabell, Edward Carrington (W Fla.) Feb. 5, 1816–Feb. 28, 1896; House Oct. 6, 1845–Jan. 24, 1846 (no party), 1847–53.

    Cabell, George Craighead (D Va.) Jan. 25, 1836–June 23, 1906; House 1875–87.

    Cabell, Samuel Jordan (R Va.) Dec. 15, 1756–Aug. 4, 1818; House 1795–1803.

    Cable, Benjamin Taylor (D Ill.) Aug. 11, 1853–Dec. 13, 1923; House 1891–93.

    Cable, John Levi (great-grandson of Joseph Cable) (R Ohio) April 15, 1884–Sept. 15, 1971; House 1921–25, 1929–33.

    Cable, Joseph (great-grandfather of John Levi Cable) (D Ohio) April 17, 1801–May 1, 1880; House 1849–53.

    Cabot, George (great-grandfather of Henry Cabot Lodge, great-great-grandfather of Henry Cabot Lodge Jr.) (– Mass.) Dec. 3, 1752–April 18, 1823; Senate 1791–June 9, 1796.

    Cadmus, Cornelius Andrew (D N.J.) Oct. 7, 1844–Jan. 20, 1902; House 1891–95.

    Cadwalader, John (D Pa.) April 1, 1805–Jan. 26, 1879; House 1855–57.

    Cadwalader, Lambert (– N.J.) 1742–Sept. 13, 1823; House 1789–91, 1793–95; Cont. Cong. 1785–87.

    Cady, Claude Ernest (D Mich.) May 28, 1878–Nov. 30, 1953; House 1933–35.

    Cady, Daniel (uncle of John Watts Cady) (F N.Y.) April 29, 1773–Oct. 31, 1859; House 1815–17.

    Cady, John Watts (nephew of Daniel Cady) (– N.Y.) June 28, 1790–Jan. 5, 1854; House 1823–25.

    Caffery, Donelson (grandfather of Patrick Thomson Caffery) (D La.) Sept. 10, 1835–Dec. 30, 1906; Senate Dec. 31, 1892–1901.

    Caffery, Patrick Thomson (grandson of Donelson Caffery) (D La.) July 6, 1932–; House 1969–73.

    Cage, Harry (J Miss.) ?–1859; House 1833–35.

    Cahill, William Thomas (R N.J.) June 25, 1912–July 1, 1996; House 1959–Jan. 19, 1970; Gov. Jan. 20, 1970–Jan. 15, 1974.

    Cahoon, William (AMas. Vt.) Jan. 12, 1774–May 30, 1833; House 1829–33.

    Cain, Harry Pulliam (R Wash.) Jan. 10, 1906–March 3, 1979; Senate Dec. 26, 1946–53.

    Cain, Richard Harvey (R S.C.) April 12, 1825–Jan. 18, 1887; House 1873–75, 1877–79.

    Caine, John Thomas (PP Utah) Jan. 8, 1829–Sept. 20, 1911; House (Terr. Del.) Nov. 7, 1882–93 (1882–89 Democrat).

    Cake, Henry Lutz (R Pa.) Oct. 6, 1827–Aug. 26, 1899; House 1867–71.

    Calder, William Musgrave (R N.Y.) March 3, 1869–March 3, 1945; House 1905–15; Senate 1917–23.

    Calderhead, William Alexander (R Kan.) Sept. 26, 1844–Dec. 18, 1928; House 1895–97, 1899–1911.

    Caldwell, Alexander (R Kan.) March 1, 1830–May 19, 1917; Senate 1871–March 24, 1873.

    Caldwell, Andrew Jackson (D Tenn.) July 22, 1837–Nov. 22, 1906; House 1883–87.

    Caldwell, Ben Franklin (D Ill.) Aug. 2, 1848–Dec. 29, 1924; House 1899–1905, 1907–09.

    Caldwell, Charles Pope (D N.Y.) June 18, 1875–July 31, 1940; House 1915–21.

    Caldwell, George Alfred (D Ky.) Oct. 18, 1814–Sept. 17, 1866; House 1843–45, 1849–51.

    Caldwell, Greene Washington (D N.C.) April 13, 1806–July 10, 1864; House 1841–43.

    Caldwell, James (R Ohio) Nov. 30, 1770–May 1838; House 1813–17.

    Caldwell, John Alexander (R Ohio) April 21, 1852–May 24, 1927; House 1889–May 4, 1894.

    Caldwell, John Henry (D Ala.) April 4, 1826–Sept. 4, 1902; House 1873–77.

    Caldwell, John William (D Ky.) Jan. 15, 1837–July 4, 1903; House 1877–83.

    Caldwell, Joseph Pearson (W N.C.) March 5, 1808–June 30, 1853; House 1849–53.

    Caldwell, Millard Fillmore (D Fla.) Feb. 6, 1897–Oct. 23, 1984; House 1933–41; Gov. Jan. 2, 1945–Jan. 4, 1949.

    Caldwell, Patrick Calhoun (D S.C.) March 10, 1801–Nov. 22, 1855; House 1841–43.

    Caldwell, Robert Porter (D Tenn.) Dec. 16, 1821–March 12, 1885; House 1871–73.

    Caldwell, William Parker (D Tenn.) Nov. 8, 1832–June 7, 1903; House 1875–79.

    Cale, Thomas (I Alaska) Sept. 17, 1848–Feb. 3, 1941; House (Terr. Del.) 1907–09.

    Calhoon, John (W Ky.) 1797–?; House 1835–39.

    Calhoun, John Caldwell (cousin of John Ewing Colhoun and Joseph Calhoun) (R S.C.) March 18, 1782–March 31, 1850; House 1811–Nov. 3, 1817; Senate Dec. 29, 1832–43, Nov. 26, 1845–March 31, 1850; vice president 1825–Dec. 28, 1832 (Democratic Republican); secretary of war Oct. 8, 1817–March 7, 1825; secretary of state April 1, 1844–March 10, 1845.

    Calhoun, Joseph (cousin of John Caldwell Calhoun and John Ewing Colhoun) (R S.C.) Oct. 22, 1750–April 14, 1817; House June 2, 1807–11.

    Calhoun, William Barron (W Mass.) Dec. 29, 1796–Nov. 8, 1865; House 1835–43.

    Calkin, Hervey Chittenden (D N.Y.) March 23, 1828–April 20, 1913; House 1869–71.

    Calkins, William Henry (R Ind.) Feb. 18, 1842–Jan. 29, 1894; House 1877–Oct. 20, 1884.

    Call, Jacob (– Ind.) ?–April 20, 1826; House Dec. 23, 1824–25.

    Call, Richard Keith (uncle of Wilkinson Call) (– Fla.) Oct. 24, 1792–Sept. 14, 1862; House (Terr. Del.) 1823–25; Gov. (Fla. Terr.) 1835–40, 1841–44.

    Call, Wilkinson (nephew of Richard Keith Call, cousin of James David Walker) (D Fla.) Jan. 9, 1834–Aug. 24, 1910; Senate 1879–97.

    Callahan, Herbert Leon “Sonny” (R Ala.) Sept. 11, 1932–; House 1985–2003.

    Callahan, James Yancy (FSil. Okla.) Dec. 19, 1852–May 3, 1935; House (Terr. Del.) 1897–99.

    Callan, Clair Armstrong (D Neb.) March 20, 1920–; House 1965–67.

    Callaway, Howard Hollis “Bo” (R Ga.) April 2, 1927–; House 1965–67.

    Callaway, Oscar (D Texas) Oct. 2, 1872–Jan. 31, 1947; House 1911–17.

    Callis, John Benton (R Ala.) Jan. 3, 1828–Sept. 24, 1898; House July 21, 1868–69.

    Calvert, Charles Benedict (U Md.) Aug. 24, 1808–May 12, 1864; House 1861–63.

    Calvert, Ken (R Calif.) June 8, 1953–; House 1993–.

    Calvin, Samuel (W Pa.) July 30, 1811–March 12, 1890; House 1849–51.

    Cambreleng, Churchill Caldom (D N.Y.) Oct. 24, 1786–April 30, 1862; House 1821–39 (1821–29 no party, 1829–37 Jacksonian).

    Camden, Johnson Newlon (father of Johnson Newlon Camden Jr.) (D W.Va.) March 6, 1828–April 25, 1908; Senate 1881–87, Jan. 25, 1893–95.

    Camden, Johnson Newlon Jr. (son of Johnson Newlon Camden) (D Ky.) Jan. 5, 1865–Aug. 16, 1942; Senate June 16, 1914–15.

    Cameron, Angus (R Wis.) July 4, 1826–March 30, 1897; Senate 1875–81, March 14, 1881–85.

    Cameron, James Donald (son of Simon Cameron) (R Pa.) May 14, 1833–Aug. 30, 1918; Senate March 20, 1877–97; secretary of war May 22, 1876–March 3, 1877; chair Rep. Nat. Comm. 1879–80.

    Cameron, Ralph Henry (R Ariz.) Oct. 21, 1863–Feb. 12, 1953; House (Terr. Del.) 1909–Feb. 18, 1912; Senate 1921–27.

    Cameron, Ronald Brooks (D Calif.) Aug. 16, 1927–; House 1963–67.

    Cameron, Simon (father of James Donald Cameron) (R Pa.) March 8, 1799–June 26, 1889; Senate March 13, 1845–49 (no party), 1857–March 4, 1861, 1867–March 12, 1877; secretary of war March 5, 1861–Jan. 14, 1862.

    Caminetti, Anthony (D Calif.) July 30, 1854–Nov. 17, 1923; House 1891–95.

    Camp, Albert Sidney (D Ga.) July 26, 1892–July 24, 1954; House Aug. 1, 1939–July 24, 1954.

    Camp, David (R Mich.) July 9, 1953–; House 1991–.

    Camp, John Henry (R N.Y.) April 4, 1840–Oct. 12, 1892; House 1877–83.

    Camp, John Newbold Happy (R Okla.) May 11, 1908–Sept. 27, 1987; House 1969–75.

    Campbell, Albert James (D Mont.) Dec. 12, 1857–Aug. 9, 1907; House 1899–1901.

    Campbell, Alexander (R Ohio) 1779–Nov. 5, 1857; Senate Dec. 11, 1809–13.

    Campbell, Alexander (I Ill.) Oct. 4, 1814–Aug. 8, 1898; House 1875–77.

    Campbell, Ben Nighthorse (R Colo.) April 13, 1933–; House 1987–93 (Democrat); Senate 1993–2005 (1993–March 3, 1995 Democrat); chair Senate Indian Affairs 1995–2001, Jan. 20–June 6, 2001, 2003–05.

    Campbell, Brookins (D Tenn.) 1808–Dec. 25, 1853; House March 4–Dec. 25, 1853.

    Campbell, Carroll Ashmore Jr. (R S.C.) July 24, 1940–Dec. 7, 2005; House 1979–87; Gov. Jan. 14, 1987–Jan. 11, 1995.

    Campbell, Courtney Warren (D Fla.) April 29, 1895–Dec. 22, 1971; House 1953–55.

    Campbell, Ed Hoyt (R Iowa) March 6, 1882–April 26, 1969; House 1929–33.

    Campbell, Felix (D N.Y.) Feb. 28, 1829–Nov. 8, 1902; House 1883–91.

    Campbell, George Washington (R Tenn.) Feb. 9, 1769–Feb. 17, 1848; House 1803–09; Senate Oct. 8, 1811–Feb. 11, 1814, Oct. 10, 1815–April 20, 1818; secretary of the Treasury Feb. 9–Oct. 5, 1814.

    Campbell, Guy Edgar (R Pa.) Oct. 9, 1871–Feb. 17, 1940; House 1917–33 (1917–23 Democrat).

    Campbell, Howard Edmond (R Pa.) Jan. 4, 1890–Jan. 6, 1971; House 1945–47.

    Campbell, Jacob Miller (R Pa.) Nov. 20, 1821–Sept. 27, 1888; House 1877–79, 1881–87.

    Campbell, James Edwin (nephew of Lewis Davis Campbell) (D Ohio) July 7, 1843–Dec. 18, 1924; House June 20, 1884–89; Gov. Jan. 13, 1890–Jan. 11, 1892.

    Campbell, James Hepburn (W Pa.) Feb. 8, 1820–April 12, 1895; House 1855–57, 1859–63.

    Campbell, James Romulus (D Ill.) May 4, 1853–Aug. 12, 1924; House 1897–99.

    Campbell, John (F Md.) Sept. 11, 1765–June 23, 1828; House 1801–11.

    Campbell, John (brother of Robert Blair Campbell) (D S.C.) ?– May 19, 1845; House 1829–31 (Jacksonian), 1837–45 (1837–39 Nullifier).

    Campbell, John (R Calif.) July 19, 1955–; House Dec. 7, 2005–.

    Campbell, John Goulder (D Ariz.) June 25, 1827–Dec. 22, 1903; House (Terr. Del.) 1879–81.

    Campbell, John Hull (AP Pa.) Oct. 10, 1800–Jan. 19, 1868; House 1845–47.

    Campbell, John Pierce Jr. (AP Ky.) Dec. 8, 1820–Oct. 29, 1888; House 1855–57.

    Campbell, John Wilson (R Ohio) Feb. 23, 1782–Sept. 24, 1833; House 1817–27.

    Campbell, Lewis Davis (uncle of James Edwin Campbell) (D Ohio) Aug. 9, 1811–Nov. 26, 1882; House 1849–May 25, 1858 (1849–55 Whig, 1855–57 American Party, 1857–May 25, 1858 Republican), 1871–73.

    Campbell, Philip Pitt (R Kan.) April 25, 1862–May 26, 1941; House 1903–23.

    Campbell, Robert Blair (brother of John Campbell of S.C.) (N S.C.) ?–July 12, 1862; House 1823–25 (no party), Feb. 27, 1834–37.

    Campbell, Samuel (– N.Y.) July 11, 1773–June 2, 1853; House 1821–23.

    Campbell, Thomas Jefferson (W Tenn.) 1786–April 13, 1850; House 1841–43.

    Campbell, Thompson (D Ill.) 1811–Dec. 6, 1868; House 1851–53.

    Campbell, Timothy John (D N.Y.) Jan. 8, 1840–April 7, 1904; House Nov. 3, 1885–89, 1891–95.

    Campbell, Tom (R Calif.) Aug. 14, 1952–; House 1989–93; House Dec. 15, 1995–2001.

    Campbell, William Bowen (cousin of Henry Bowen) (U Tenn.) Feb. 1, 1807–Aug. 19, 1867; House 1837–43 (Whig), July 24, 1866–67; Gov. Oct. 16, 1851–Oct. 16, 1853 (Whig).

    Campbell, William W. (AP N.Y.) June 10, 1806–Sept. 7, 1881; House 1845–47.

    Campbell, William Wildman (R Ohio) April 2, 1853–Aug. 13, 1927; House 1905–07.

    Canady, Charles T. (R Fla.) June 22, 1954–; House 1993–2001.

    Canby, Richard Sprigg (W Ohio) Sept. 30, 1808–July 27, 1895; House 1847–49.

    Candler, Allen Daniel (cousin of Ezekiel Samuel Candler Jr. and Milton Anthony Candler) (D Ga.) Nov. 4, 1834–Oct. 26, 1910; House 1883–91; Gov. Oct. 29, 1898–Oct. 25, 1902.

    Candler, Ezekiel Samuel Jr. (nephew of Milton Anthony Candler, cousin of Allen Daniel Candler) (D Miss.) Jan. 18, 1862–Dec. 18, 1944; House 1901–21.

    Candler, John Wilson (R Mass.) Feb. 10, 1828–March 16, 1903; House 1881–83, 1889–91.

    Candler, Milton Anthony (uncle of Ezekiel Samuel Candler Jr., cousin of Allen Daniel Candler) (D Ga.) Jan. 11, 1837–Aug. 8, 1909; House 1875–79.

    Canfield, Gordon (R N.J.) April 15, 1898–June 20, 1972; House 1941–61.

    Canfield, Harry Clifford (D Ind.) Nov. 22, 1875–Feb. 9, 1945; House 1923–33.

    Cannon, Arthur Patrick (D Fla.) May 22, 1904–Jan. 23, 1966; House 1939–47.

    Cannon, Christopher (R Utah) Oct. 20, 1950–; House 1997–.

    Cannon, Clarence Andrew (D Mo.) April 11, 1879–May 12, 1964; House 1923–May 12, 1964; chair House Appropriations 1949–53, 1955–64.

    Cannon, Frank Jenne (son of George Quayle Cannon) (R Utah) Jan. 25, 1859–July 25, 1933; House (Terr. Del.) 1895–Jan. 4, 1896; Senate Jan. 22, 1896–99.

    Cannon, George Quayle (father of Frank Jenne Cannon) (R Utah) Jan. 11, 1827–April 12, 1901; House (Terr. Del.) 1873–81.

    Cannon, Howard Walter (D Nev.) Jan. 26, 1912–March 5, 2002; Senate 1959–83; chair Senate Rules and Administration 1973–77; chair Senate Select Standards and Conduct 1975–77; chair Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation 1978–81.

    Cannon, Joseph Gurney (R Ill.) May 7, 1836–Nov. 12, 1926; House 1873–91, 1893–1913, 1915–23; Speaker Nov. 9, 1903–05, Dec. 4, 1905–07, Dec. 2, 1907–09, March 15, 1909–11.

    Cannon, Marion (P Calif.) Oct. 30, 1834–Aug. 27, 1920; House 1893–95.

    Cannon, Newton (R Tenn.) May 22, 1781–Sept. 16, 1841; House Sept. 16, 1814–17, 1819–23; Gov. Oct. 12, 1835–Oct. 14, 1839 (Whig).

    Cannon, Raymond Joseph (D Wis.) Aug. 26, 1894–Nov. 25, 1951; House 1933–39.

    Cantor, Eric I. (R Va.) June 6, 1963–; House 2001–.

    Cantor, Jacob Aaron (D N.Y.) Dec. 6, 1854–July 2, 1921; House Nov. 4, 1913–15.

    Cantrill, James Campbell (D Ky.) July 9, 1870–Sept. 2, 1923; House 1909–Sept. 2, 1923.

    Cantwell, Maria (D Wash.) Oct. 13, 1958–; House 1993–95; Senate 2001–.

    Capehart, Homer Earl (R Ind.) June 6, 1897–Sept. 3, 1979; Senate 1945–63; chair Senate Banking and Currency 1953–55.

    Capehart, James (D W.Va.) March 7, 1847–April 28, 1921; House 1891–95.

    Caperton, Allen Taylor (son of Hugh Caperton) (D W.Va.) Nov. 21, 1810–July 26, 1876; Senate 1875–July 26, 1876.

    Caperton, Hugh (father of Allen Taylor Caperton) (F Va.) April 17, 1781–Feb. 9, 1847; House 1813–15.

    Capito, Shelley Moore (daughter of Gov. Arch Alfred Moore Jr. of W.Va.) (R W.Va.) Nov. 26, 1953–; House 2001–.

    Capozzoli, Louis Joseph (D N.Y.) March 6, 1901–Oct. 8, 1982; House 1941–45.

    Capper, Arthur (R Kan.) July 14, 1865–Dec. 19, 1951; Senate 1919–49; chair Senate Agriculture and Forestry 1947–49; Gov. Jan. 11, 1915–Jan. 13, 1919.

    Capps, Lois D. (widow of Walter Capps) (D Calif.) Jan. 10, 1938–; House March 17, 1998–.

    Capps, Walter (husband of Lois D. Capps) (D Calif.) May 5, 1934–Oct. 28, 1997; House 1997–Oct. 28, 1997.

    Capron, Adin Ballou (R R.I.) Jan. 9, 1841–March 17, 1911; House 1897–1911.

    Capstick, John Henry (R N.J.) Sept. 2, 1856–March 17, 1918; House 1915–March 17, 1918.

    Capuano, Michael Everett (R Mass.) Jan. 9, 1952–; House 1999–.

    Caputo, Bruce Faulkner (R N.Y.) Aug. 7, 1943–; House 1977–79.

    Caraway, Hattie Wyatt (widow of Thaddeus Horatius Caraway) (D Ark.) Feb. 1, 1878–Dec. 21, 1950; Senate Nov. 13, 1931–Jan. 2, 1945.

    Caraway, Thaddeus Horatius (husband of Hattie Wyatt Caraway) (D Ark.) Oct. 17, 1871–Nov. 6, 1931; House 1913–21; Senate 1921–Nov. 6, 1931.

    Carden, Cap Robert (D Ky.) Dec. 17, 1866–June 13, 1935; House 1931–June 13, 1935.

    Cardin, Benjamin Louis (D Md.) Oct. 5, 1943–; House 1987–2007; Senate 2007–.

    Cardoza, Dennis (D Calif.) March 31, 1959–; House 2003–.

    Carew, John Francis (nephew of Thomas Francis Magner) (D N.Y.) April 16, 1873–April 10, 1951; House 1913–Dec. 28, 1929.

    Carey, Hugh Leo (D N.Y.) April 11, 1919–; House 1961–Dec. 31, 1974; Gov. Jan. 1, 1975–Jan. 1, 1983.

    Carey, John (R Ohio) April 5, 1792–March 17, 1875; House 1859–61.

    Carey, Joseph Maull (father of Robert Davis Carey) (R Wyo.) Jan. 19, 1845–Feb. 5, 1924; House (Terr. Del.) 1885–July 10, 1890; Senate Nov. 15, 1890–95; Gov. Jan. 2, 1911–Jan. 4, 1915.

    Carey, Robert Davis (son of Joseph Maull Carey) (R Wyo.) Aug. 12, 1878–Jan. 17, 1937; Senate Dec. 1, 1930–37; Gov. Jan. 6, 1919–Jan. 1, 1923.

    Carleton, Ezra Child (D Mich.) Sept. 6, 1838–July 24, 1911; House 1883–87.

    Carleton, Peter (R N.H.) Sept. 19, 1755–April 29, 1828; House 1807–09.

    Carley, Patrick J. (D N.Y.) Feb. 2, 1866–Feb. 25, 1936; House 1927–35.

    Carlile, John Snyder (U Va.) Dec. 16, 1817–Oct. 24, 1878; House 1855–57 (American Party), March 4–July 9, 1861; Senate July 9, 1861–65.

    Carlin, Charles Creighton (D Va.) April 8, 1866–Oct. 14, 1938; House Nov. 5, 1907–19.

    Carlisle, John Griffin (D Ky.) Sept. 5, 1835–July 31, 1910; House 1877–May 26, 1890; Speaker Dec. 3, 1883–85, Dec. 7, 1885–87, Dec. 5, 1887–89; Senate May 26, 1890–Feb. 4, 1893; secretary of the Treasury March 7, 1893–March 5, 1897.

    Carlson, Cliffard Dale (R Ill.) Dec. 30, 1915–Aug. 28, 1977; House April 4, 1972–73.

    Carlson, Frank (R Kan.) Jan. 23, 1893–May 30, 1987; House 1935–47; Senate Nov. 29, 1950–69; chair Senate Post Office and Civil Service 1953–55; Gov. Jan. 13, 1947–Nov. 28, 1950.

    Carlton, Henry Hull (D Ga.) May 14, 1835–Oct. 26, 1905; House 1887–91.

    Carlyle, Frank Ertel (D N.C.) April 7, 1897–Oct. 2, 1960; House 1949–57.

    Carmack, Edward Ward (D Tenn.) Nov. 5, 1858–Nov. 9, 1908; House 1897–1901; Senate 1901–07.

    Carman, Gregory Wright (R N.Y.) Jan. 31, 1937–; House 1981–83.

    Carmichael, Archibald Hill (D Ala.) June 17, 1864–July 15, 1947; House Nov. 14, 1933–37.

    Carmichael, Richard Bennett (J Md.) Dec. 25, 1807–Oct. 21, 1884; House 1833–35.

    Carnahan, Albert Sidney Johnson (grandfather of Russ Carnahan, father-in-law of Jean Carnahan) (D Mo.) Jan. 9, 1897–March 24, 1968; House 1945–47, 1949–61.

    Carnahan, Jean (daughter-in-law of Albert Sidney Johnson Carnahan, mother of Russ Carnahan) (D Mo.) Dec. 20, 1933–; Senate Jan. 3, 2001–Nov. 25, 2002.

    Carnahan, Russ (son of Gov. Mel Eugene Carnahan of Mo. and Jean Carnahan, grandson of Albert Sidney Johnson Carnahan) (D Mo.) July 10, 1958–; House 2005–.

    Carnes, Thomas Petters (– Ga.) 1762–May 5, 1822; House 1793–95.

    Carney, Charles Joseph (D Ohio) April 17, 1913–Oct. 7, 1987; House Nov. 3, 1970–79.

    Carney, Chris (D Pa.) March 2, 1959–; House 2007–.

    Carney, William (R N.Y.) July 1, 1942–; House 1979–87.

    Carpenter, Cyrus Clay (R Iowa) Nov. 24, 1829–May 29, 1898; House 1879–83; Gov. Jan. 11, 1872–Jan. 13, 1876.

    Carpenter, Davis (W N.Y.) Dec. 25, 1799–Oct. 22, 1878; House Nov. 8, 1853–55.

    Carpenter, Edmund Nelson (R Pa.) June 27, 1865–Nov. 4, 1952; House 1925–27.

    Carpenter, Levi D. (D N.Y.) Aug. 21, 1802–Oct. 27, 1856; House Nov. 5, 1844–45.

    Carpenter, Lewis Cass (R S.C.) Feb. 20, 1836–March 6, 1908; House Nov. 3, 1874–75.

    Carpenter, Matthew Hale (R Wis.) Dec. 22, 1824–Feb. 24, 1881; Senate 1869–75, 1879–Feb. 24, 1881; elected pres. pro tempore March 12, 1873, March 26, 1873, Dec. 11, 1873, Dec. 23, 1874.

    Carpenter, Terry McGovern (D Neb.) March 28, 1900–April 27, 1978; House 1933–35.

    Carpenter, William Randolph (D Kan.) April 24, 1894–July 26, 1956; House 1933–37.

    Carper, Thomas Richard (D Del.) Jan. 23, 1947–; House 1983–93; Senate 2001–; Gov. Jan. 19, 1993–Jan. 3, 2001.

    Carr, Francis (father of James Carr) (R Mass.) Dec. 6, 1751–Oct. 6, 1821; House April 6, 1812–13.

    Carr, James (son of Francis Carr) (F Mass.) Sept. 9, 1777–Aug. 24, 1818; House 1815–17.

    Carr, John (D Ind.) April 9, 1793–Jan. 20, 1845; House 1831–37 (Jacksonian), 1839–41.

    Carr, Milton Robert “Bob” (D Mich.) March 27, 1943–; House 1975–81, 1983–95.

    Carr, Nathan Tracy (D Ind.) Dec. 25, 1833–May 28, 1885; House Dec. 5, 1876–77.

    Carr, Wooda Nicholas (D Pa.) Feb. 6, 1871–June 28, 1953; House 1913–15.

    Carrier, Chester Otto (R Ky.) May 5, 1897–Sept. 24, 1980; House Nov. 30, 1943–45.

    Carrigg, Joseph Leonard (R Pa.) Feb. 23, 1901–Feb. 6, 1989; House Nov. 6, 1951–59.

    Carroll, Charles (cousin of Daniel Carroll) (– Md.) Sept. 19, 1737– Nov. 14, 1832; Senate 1789–Nov. 30, 1792; Cont. Cong. 1776–78.

    Carroll, Charles Holker (W N.Y.) May 4, 1794–June 8, 1865; House 1843–47.

    Carroll, Daniel (uncle of Richard Brent, cousin of Charles Carroll) (– Md.) July 22, 1730–May 7, 1796; House 1789–91; Cont. Cong. 1781–83.

    Carroll, James (D Md.) Dec. 2, 1791–Jan. 16, 1873; House 1839–41.

    Carroll, John Albert (D Colo.) July 30, 1901–Aug. 31, 1983; House 1947–51; Senate 1957–63.

    Carroll, John Michael (D N.Y.) April 27, 1823–May 8, 1901; House 1871–73.

    Carson, Brad R. (D Okla.) March 11, 1967–; House 2001–05.

    Carson, Henderson Haverfield (R Ohio) Oct. 25, 1893–Oct. 5, 1971; House 1943–45, 1947–49.

    Carson, Julia (D Ind.) July 8, 1938–; House 1997–.

    Carson, Samuel Price (– N.C.) Jan. 22, 1798–Nov. 2, 1838; House 1825–33.

    Carss, William Leighton (FL Minn.) Feb. 15, 1865–May 31, 1931; House 1919–21 (Union Laborite), 1925–29.

    Carter, Albert Edward (R Calif.) July 5, 1881–Aug. 8, 1964; House 1925–45.

    Carter, Charles David (D Okla.) Aug. 16, 1868–April 9, 1929; House Nov. 16, 1907–27.

    Carter, John (J S.C.) Sept. 10, 1792–June 20, 1850; House Dec. 11, 1822–29 (Dec. 11, 1822–27 no party).

    Carter, John Rice (R Texas) Nov. 6, 1941–; House 2003–.

    Carter, Luther Cullen (R N.Y.) Feb. 25, 1805–Jan. 3, 1875; House 1859–61.

    Carter, Steven V. (D Iowa) Oct. 8, 1915–Nov. 4, 1959; House Jan. 3–Nov. 4, 1959.

    Carter, Thomas Henry (R Mont.) Oct. 30, 1854–Sept. 17, 1911; House (Terr. Del.) March 4–Nov. 7, 1889, (Rep.) Nov. 8, 1889–91; Senate 1895–1901, 1905–11; chair Rep. Nat. Comm. 1892–96.

    Carter, Tim Lee (R Ky.) Sept. 2, 1910–March 27, 1987; House 1965–81.

    Carter, Timothy Jarvis (D Maine) Aug. 18, 1800–March 14, 1838; House Sept. 4, 1837–March 14, 1838.

    Carter, Vincent Michael (R Wyo.) Nov. 6, 1891–Dec. 30, 1972; House 1929–35.

    Carter, William Blount (W Tenn.) Oct. 22, 1792–April 17, 1848; House 1835–41.

    Carter, William Henry (R Mass.) June 15, 1864–April 23, 1955; House 1915–19.

    Cartter, David Kellogg (D Ohio) June 22, 1812–April 16, 1887; House 1849–53.

    Cartwright, Wilburn (D Okla.) Jan. 12, 1892–March 14, 1979; House 1927–43.

    Caruth, Asher Graham (D Ky.) Feb. 7, 1844–Nov. 25, 1907; House 1887–95.

    Caruthers, Robert Looney (W Tenn.) July 31, 1800–Oct. 2, 1882; House 1841–43.

    Caruthers, Samuel (D Mo.) Oct. 13, 1820–July 20, 1860; House 1853–59 (1853–57 Whig).

    Carville, Edward Peter (D Nev.) May 14, 1885–June 27, 1956; Senate July 25, 1945–47; Gov. Jan. 2, 1939–July 24, 1945.

    Cary, George (– Ga.) Aug. 7, 1789–Sept. 10, 1843; House 1823–27.

    Cary, George Booth (D Va.) 1811–March 5, 1850; House 1841–43.

    Cary, Glover H. (D Ky.) May 1, 1885–Dec. 5, 1936; House 1931–Dec. 5, 1936.

    Cary, Jeremiah Eaton (D N.Y.) April 30, 1803–June 1888; House 1843–45.

    Cary, Samuel Fenton (IR Ohio) Feb. 18, 1814–Sept. 29, 1900; House Nov. 21, 1867–69.

    Cary, Shepard (D Maine) July 3, 1805–Aug. 9, 1866; House May 10, 1844–45.

    Cary, William Joseph (R Wis.) March 22, 1865–Jan. 2, 1934; House 1907–19.

    Case, Charles (R Ind.) Dec. 21, 1817–June 30, 1883; House Dec. 7, 1857–61.

    Case, Clifford Philip (R N.J.) April 16, 1904–March 5, 1982; House 1945–Aug. 16, 1953; Senate 1955–79.

    Case, Edward E. “Ed” (D Hawaii) Sept. 27, 1952–; House Nov. 30, 2002–07.

    Case, Francis Higbee (R S.D.) Dec. 9, 1896–June 22, 1962; House 1937–51; Senate 1951–June 22, 1962; chair Senate District of Columbia 1953–55.

    Case, Walter (– N.Y.) 1776–Oct. 7, 1859; House 1819–21.

    Casey, John Joseph (D Pa.) May 26, 1875–May 5, 1929; House 1913–17, 1919–21, 1923–25, 1927–May 5, 1929.

    Casey, Joseph (W Pa.) Dec. 17, 1814–Feb. 10, 1879; House 1849–51.

    Casey, Joseph Edward (D Mass.) Dec. 27, 1898–Sept. 1, 1980; House 1935–43.

    Casey, Levi (R S.C.) about 1752–Feb. 3, 1807; House 1803–Feb. 3, 1807.

    Casey, Lyman Rufus (R N.D.) May 6, 1837–Jan. 26, 1914; Senate Nov. 25, 1889–93.

    Casey, Robert “Bob” Jr. (D Pa.) April 13, 1960–; Senate 2007–.

    Casey, Robert Randolph (D Texas) July 27, 1915–April 17, 1986; House 1959–Jan. 22, 1976.

    Casey, Samuel Lewis (U Ky.) Feb. 12, 1821–Aug. 25, 1902; House March 10, 1862–63.

    Casey, Zadoc (ID Ill.) March 7, 1796–Sept. 4, 1862; House 1833–43 (1833–37 Jacksonian, 1837–41 Democrat).

    Caskie, John Samuels (D Va.) Nov. 8, 1821–Dec. 16, 1869; House 1851–59.

    Cason, Thomas Jefferson (R Ind.) Sept. 13, 1828–July 10, 1901; House 1873–77.

    Cass, Lewis (great-great-grandfather of Cass Ballenger) (D Mich.) Oct. 9, 1782–June 17, 1866; Senate 1845–May 29, 1848, 1849–57; elected pres. pro tempore Dec. 4, 1854; Gov. (Mich. Terr.) 1813–31; secretary of war Aug. 1, 1831–Oct. 5, 1836; secretary of state March 6, 1857–Dec. 14, 1860.

    Cassedy, George (– N.J.) Sept. 16, 1783–Dec. 31, 1842; House 1821–27.

    Cassel, Henry Burd (R Pa.) Oct. 19, 1855–April 28, 1926; House Nov. 5, 1901–09.

    Casserly, Eugene (D Calif.) Nov. 13, 1820–June 14, 1883; Senate 1869–Nov. 19, 1873.

    Cassidy, George Williams (D Nev.) April 25, 1836–June 24, 1892; House 1881–85.

    Cassidy, James Henry (R Ohio) Oct. 28, 1869–Aug. 23, 1926; House April 20, 1909–11.

    Cassingham, John Wilson (D Ohio) June 22, 1840–March 14, 1930; House 1901–05.

    Castellow, Bryant Thomas (D Ga.) July 29, 1876–July 23, 1962; House Nov. 8, 1932–37.

    Castle, Curtis Harvey (P Calif.) Oct. 4, 1848–July 12, 1928; House 1897–99.

    Castle, James Nathan (D Minn.) May 23, 1836–Jan. 2, 1903; House 1891–93.

    Castle, Michael Newbold (R Del.) July 2, 1939–; House 1993–; Gov. Jan. 15, 1985–Dec. 31, 1992.

    Castor, George Albert (R Pa.) Aug. 6, 1855–Feb. 19, 1906; House Feb. 16, 1904–Feb. 19, 1906.

    Castor, Kathy (D Fla.) Aug. 20, 1966–; House 2007–.

    Caswell, Lucien Bonaparte (R Wis.) Nov. 27, 1827–April 26, 1919; House 1875–83, 1885–91.

    Catchings, Thomas Clendinen (D Miss.) Jan. 11, 1847–Dec. 24, 1927; House 1885–1901.

    Cate, George Washington (D Wis.) Sept. 17, 1825–March 7, 1905; House 1875–77.

    Cate, William Henderson (D Ark.) Nov. 11, 1839–Aug. 23, 1899; House 1889–March 5, 1890, 1891–93.

    Cathcart, Charles William (D Ind.) July 24, 1809–Aug. 22, 1888; House 1845–49; Senate Dec. 6, 1852–53.

    Catlin, George Smith (D Conn.) Aug. 24, 1808–Dec. 26, 1851; House 1843–45.

    Catlin, Theron Ephron (R Mo.) May 16, 1878–March 19, 1960; House 1911–Aug. 12, 1912.

    Catron, Thomas Benton (R N.M.) Oct. 6, 1840–May 15, 1921; House (Terr. Del.) 1895–97; Senate March 27, 1912–17.

    Cattell, Alexander Gilmore (R N.J.) Feb. 12, 1816–April 8, 1894; Senate Sept. 19, 1866–71.

    Caulfield, Bernard Gregory (D Ill.) Oct. 18, 1828–Dec. 19, 1887; House Feb. 1, 1875–77.

    Caulfield, Henry Stewart (R Mo.) Dec. 9, 1873–May 11, 1966; House 1907–09; Gov. Jan. 14, 1929–Jan. 9, 1933.

    Causey, John Williams (D Del.) Sept. 19, 1841–Oct. 1, 1908; House 1891–95.

    Causin, John M. S. (W Md.) 1811–Jan. 30, 1861; House 1843–45.

    Cavalcante, Anthony (D Pa.) Feb. 6, 1897–Oct. 29, 1966; House 1949–51.

    Cavanaugh, James Michael (D Mont.) July 4, 1823–Oct. 30, 1879; House May 11, 1858–59 (Minn.), 1867–71 (Terr. Del.).

    Cavanaugh, John Joseph III (D Neb.) Aug. 1, 1945–; House 1977–81.

    Cavicchia, Peter Angelo (R N.J.) May 22, 1879–Sept. 11, 1967; House 1931–37.

    Cederberg, Elford Alfred (R Mich.) March 6, 1918–April 17, 2006; House 1953–Dec. 31, 1978.

    Celler, Emanuel (D N.Y.) May 6, 1888–Jan. 15, 1981; House 1923–73; chair House Judiciary 1949–53, 1955–73.

    Cessna, John (R Pa.) June 29, 1821–Dec. 13, 1893; House 1869–71, 1873–75.

    Chabot, Steve (R Ohio) Jan. 22, 1953–; House 1995–.

    Chace, Jonathan (R R.I.) July 22, 1829–June 30, 1917; House 1881–Jan. 26, 1885; Senate Jan. 20, 1885–April 9, 1889.

    Chadwick, E. Wallace (R Pa.) Jan. 17, 1884–Aug. 18, 1969; House 1947–49.

    Chafee, John Hubbard (father of Lincoln Chaffee) (R R.I.) Oct. 22, 1922–Oct. 24, 1999; Senate Dec. 29, 1976–Oct. 24, 1999; Gov. Jan. 1, 1963–Jan. 7, 1969; chair Senate Environment and Public Works 1995–Oct. 24, 1999.

    Chafee, Lincoln (son of John Hubbard Chaffee) (R R.I.) March 26, 1953–; Senate Nov. 4, 1999–2007.

    Chaffee, Calvin Clifford (AP Mass.) Aug. 28, 1811–Aug. 8, 1896; House 1855–59.

    Chaffee, Jerome Bunty (R Colo.) April 17, 1825–March 9, 1886; House (Terr. Del.) 1871–75; Senate Nov. 15, 1876–79.

    Chalmers, James Ronald (son of Joseph Williams Chalmers) (I Miss.) Jan. 12, 1831–April 9, 1898; House 1877–April 29, 1882 (Democrat), June 25, 1884–85.

    Chalmers, Joseph Williams (father of James Ronald Chalmers) (D Miss.) 1807–June 16, 1853; Senate Nov. 3, 1845–47.

    Chalmers, William Wallace (R Ohio) Nov. 1, 1861–Oct. 1, 1944; House 1921–23, 1925–31.

    Chamberlain, Charles Ernest (R Mich.) July 22, 1917–Nov. 25, 2002; House 1957–Dec. 31, 1974.

    Chamberlain, Ebenezer Mattoon (D Ind.) Aug. 20, 1805–March 14, 1861; House 1853–55.

    Chamberlain, George Earle (D Ore.) Jan. 1, 1854–July 9, 1928; Senate 1909–21; Gov. Jan. 14, 1903–Feb. 28, 1909.

    Chamberlain, Jacob Payson (R N.Y.) Aug. 1, 1802–Oct. 5, 1878; House 1861–63.

    Chamberlain, John Curtis (F N.H.) June 5, 1772–Dec. 8, 1834; House 1809–11.

    Chamberlain, William (F Vt.) April 27, 1755–Sept. 27, 1828; House 1803–05, 1809–11.

    Chambers, David (– Ohio) Nov. 25, 1780–Aug. 8, 1864; House Oct. 9, 1821–23.

    Chambers, Ezekiel Forman (– Md.) Feb. 28, 1788–Jan. 30, 1867; Senate Jan. 24, 1826–Dec. 20, 1834.

    Chambers, George (AMas. Pa.) Feb. 24, 1786–March 25, 1866; House 1833–37.

    Chambers, Henry H. (– Ala.) Oct. 1, 1790–Jan. 24, 1826; Senate 1825–Jan. 24, 1826.

    Chambers, John (W Ky.) Oct. 6, 1780–Sept. 21, 1852; House Dec. 1, 1828–29 (no party), 1835–39; Gov. (Iowa Terr.) 1841–45.

    Chambliss, Saxby (R Ga.) Nov. 10, 1943–; House 1995–2003; Senate 2003–; chair Senate Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry 2005–07.

    Champion, Edwin Van Meter (D Ill.) Sept. 18, 1890–Feb. 11, 1976; House 1937–39.

    Champion, Epaphroditius (F Conn.) April 6, 1756–Dec. 22, 1834; House 1807–17.

    Champlin, Christopher Grant (F R.I.) April 12, 1768–March 18, 1840; House 1797–1801; Senate June 26, 1809–Oct. 2, 1811.

    Chandler, Albert Benjamin “Happy” (D Ky.) July 14, 1898–June 15, 1991; Senate Oct. 10, 1939–Nov. 1, 1945; Gov. Dec. 10, 1935–Oct. 9, 1939, Dec. 13, 1955–Dec. 8, 1959.

    Chandler, Albert Benjamin “Ben” (D Ky.) Sept. 12, 1959–; House Feb. 24, 2004–.

    Chandler, John (brother of Thomas Chandler, uncle of Zachariah Chandler) (R Maine) Feb. 1, 1762–Sept. 25, 1841; House 1805–09 (Mass.); Senate June 14, 1820–29.

    Chandler, Joseph Ripley (W Pa.) Aug. 22, 1792–July 10, 1880; House 1849–55.

    Chandler, Rod Dennis (great-great-great-nephew of Zachariah Chandler) (R Wash.) July 13, 1942–; House 1983–93.

    Chandler, Thomas (brother of John Chandler, uncle of Zachariah Chandler) (J N.H.) Aug. 10, 1772–Jan. 28, 1866; House 1829–33.

    Chandler, Thomas Alberter (R Okla.) July 26, 1871–June 22, 1953; House 1917–19, 1921–23.

    Chandler, Walter “Clift” (D Tenn.) Oct. 5, 1887–Oct. 1, 1967; House 1935–Jan. 2, 1940.

    Chandler, Walter Marion (R N.Y.) Dec. 8, 1867–March 16, 1935; House 1913–19 (1913–17 Progressive), 1921–23.

    Chandler, William Eaton (R N.H.) Dec. 28, 1835–Nov. 30, 1917; Senate June 14, 1887–89, June 18, 1889–1901; secretary of the navy April 16, 1882–March 6, 1885.

    Chandler, Zachariah (nephew of John Chandler and Thomas Chandler, grandfather of Frederick Hale, great-great-great-uncle of Rod Dennis Chandler) (R Mich.) Dec. 10, 1813–Nov. 1, 1879; Senate 1857–75, Feb. 22, 1879–Nov. 1, 1879; secretary of the interior Oct. 19, 1875–March 11, 1877; chair Rep. Nat. Comm. 1876–79.

    Chaney, John (D Ohio) Jan. 12, 1790–April 10, 1881; House 1833–39 (1833–37 Jacksonian).

    Chaney, John Crawford (R Ind.) Feb. 1, 1853–April 26, 1940; House 1905–09.

    Chanler, John Winthrop (father of William Astor Chanler) (D N.Y.) Sept. 14, 1826–Oct. 19, 1877; House 1863–69.

    Chanler, William Astor (son of John Winthrop Chanler) (D N.Y.) June 11, 1867–March 4, 1934; House 1899–1901.

    Chapin, Alfred Clark (grandfather of Hamilton Fish Jr. born in 1926) (D N.Y.) March 8, 1848–Oct. 2, 1936; House Nov. 3, 1891–Nov. 16, 1892.

    Chapin, Chester Williams (D Mass.) Dec. 16, 1798–June 10, 1883; House 1875–77.

    Chapin, Graham Hurd (J N.Y.) Feb. 10, 1799–Sept. 8, 1843; House 1835–37.

    Chapman, Andrew Grant (son of John Grant Chapman) (D Md.) Jan. 17, 1839–Sept. 25, 1892; House 1881–83.

    Chapman, Augustus Alexandria (D Va.) March 9, 1803–June 7, 1876; House 1843–47.

    Chapman, Bird Beers (D Neb.) Aug. 24, 1821–Sept. 21, 1871; House (Terr. Del.) 1855–57.

    Chapman, Charles (W Conn.) June 21, 1799–Aug. 7, 1869; House 1851–53.

    Chapman, Henry (D Pa.) Feb. 4, 1804–April 11, 1891; House 1857–59.

    Chapman, Jim (D Texas) March 8, 1945–; House Aug. 3, 1985–97.

    Chapman, John (F Pa.) Oct. 18, 1740–Jan. 27, 1800; House 1797–1799.

    Chapman, John Grant (father of Andrew Grant Chapman) (W Md.) July 5, 1798–Dec. 10, 1856; House 1845–49.

    Chapman, Pleasant Thomas (R Ill.) Oct. 8, 1854–Jan. 31, 1931; House 1905–11.

    Chapman, Reuben (D Ala.) July 15, 1799–May 16, 1882; House 1835–47 (1835–37 Jacksonian); Gov. Dec. 16, 1847–Dec. 17, 1849.

    Chapman, Virgil Munday (D Ky.) March 15, 1895–March 8, 1951; House 1925–29, 1931–49; Senate 1949–March 8, 1951.

    Chapman, William Williams (D Iowa) Aug. 11, 1808–Oct. 18, 1892; House (Terr. Del.) Sept. 10, 1838–Oct. 27, 1840.

    Chappell, Absalom Harris (cousin of Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar) (W Ga.) Dec. 18, 1801–Dec. 11, 1878; House Oct. 2, 1843–45.

    Chappell, John Joel (R S.C.) Jan. 19, 1782–May 23, 1871; House 1813–17.

    Chappell, William Venroe Jr. (D Fla.) Feb. 3, 1922–March 30, 1989; House 1969–89.

    Chappie, Eugene A. (R Calif.) March 28, 1920–May 31, 1992; House 1981–87.

    Charles, William Barclay (R N.Y.) April 3, 1861–Nov. 25, 1950; House 1915–17.

    Charlton, Robert Milledge (D Ga.) Jan. 19, 1807–Jan. 18, 1854; Senate May 31, 1852–53.

    Chase, Dudley (uncle of Salmon Portland Chase and Dudley Chase Denison) (R Vt.) Dec. 30, 1771–Feb. 23, 1846; Senate 1813–Nov. 3, 1817 (Jefferson Democrat), 1825–31.

    Chase, George William (W N.Y.) ?–April 17, 1867; House 1853–55.

    Chase, Jackson Burton (R Neb.) Aug. 19, 1890–May 4, 1974; House 1955–57.

    Chase, James Mitchell (R Pa.) Dec. 19, 1891–Jan. 1, 1945; House 1927–33.

    Chase, Lucien Bonaparte (D Tenn.) Dec. 5, 1817–Dec. 4, 1864; House 1845–49.

    Chase, Ray P. (R Minn.) March 12, 1880–Sept. 18, 1948; House 1933–35.

    Chase, Salmon Portland (nephew of Dudley Chase, cousin of Dudley Chase Denison) (R Ohio) Jan. 13, 1808–May 7, 1873; Senate 1849–55 (Free-Soiler), March 4, 1861–March 6, 1861; Gov. Jan. 14, 1856–Jan. 9, 1860; secretary of the Treasury March 7, 1861–June 30, 1864; chief justice Dec. 15, 1864–May 7, 1873.

    Chase, Samuel (– N.Y.) ?–Aug. 3, 1838; House 1827–29.

    Chastain, Elijah Webb (D Ga.) Sept. 25, 1813–April 9, 1874; House 1851–55 (1851–53 Unionist).

    Chatham, Richard Thurmond (D N.C.) Aug. 16, 1896–Feb. 5, 1957; House 1949–57.

    Chaves, Jose Francisco (R N.M.) June 27, 1833–Nov. 26, 1904; House (Terr. Del.) 1865–67, Feb. 20, 1869–71.

    Chavez, Dennis (D N.M.) April 8, 1888–Nov. 18, 1962; House 1931–35; Senate May 11, 1935–Nov. 18, 1962; chair Senate Public Works 1949–53, 1955–62.

    Cheadle, Joseph Bonaparte (R Ind.) Aug. 14, 1842–May 28, 1904; House 1887–91.

    Cheatham, Henry Plummer (R N.C.) Dec. 27, 1857–Nov. 29, 1935; House 1889–93.

    Cheatham, Richard (W Tenn.) Feb. 20, 1799–Sept. 9, 1845; House 1837–39.

    Chelf, Frank Leslie (D Ky.) Sept. 22, 1907–Sept. 1, 1982; House 1945–67.

    Cheney, Person Colby (R N.H.) Feb. 25, 1828–June 19, 1901; Senate Nov. 24, 1886–June 14, 1887; Gov. June 10, 1875–June 6, 1877.

    Cheney, Richard Bruce (R Wyo.) Jan. 30, 1941–; House 1979–March 17, 1989; secretary of defense March 21, 1989–Jan. 20, 1993; vice president 2001–.

    Chenoweth-Hage, Helen (R Idaho) Jan. 27, 1938–Oct. 2, 2006; House 1995–2001.

    Chenoweth, John Edgar (R Colo.) Aug. 17, 1897–Jan. 2, 1986; House 1941–49, 1951–65.

    Chesney, Chester Anton (D Ill.) March 9, 1916–Sept. 20, 1986; House 1949–51.

    Chesnut, James Jr. (D S.C.) Jan. 18, 1815–Feb. 1, 1885; Senate Dec. 3, 1858–Nov. 10, 1860.

    Chetwood, William (W N.J.) June 17, 1771–Dec. 17, 1857; House Dec. 5, 1836–37.

    Cheves, Langdon (R S.C.) Sept. 17, 1776–June 26, 1857; House Dec. 31, 1810–15; Speaker Jan. 19, 1814–15.

    Chickering, Charles Addison (R N.Y.) Nov. 26, 1843–Feb. 13, 1900; House 1893–Feb. 13, 1900.

    Chilcott, George Miles (R Colo.) Jan. 2, 1828–March 6, 1891; House (Terr. Del.) 1867–69; Senate April 17, 1882–Jan. 27, 1883.

    Child, Thomas Jr. (W N.Y.) March 22, 1818–March 9, 1869; elected to the House for the term beginning 1855 but never qualified or attended session owing to illness.

    Childs, Robert Andrew (R Ill.) March 22, 1845–Dec. 19, 1915; House 1893–95.

    Childs, Timothy (W N.Y.) 1785–Nov. 8, 1847; House 1829–31 (Anti-Mason), 1835–39, 1841–43.

    Chiles, Lawton Mainor Jr. (D Fla.) April 3, 1930–Dec. 12, 1998; Senate 1971–89; chair Senate Budget 1987–89; Gov. Jan. 8, 1991–Dec. 12, 1998.

    Chilton, Horace (grandson of Thomas Chilton) (D Texas) Dec. 29, 1853–June 12, 1932; Senate June 10, 1891–March 22, 1892, 1895–1901.

    Chilton, Samuel (W Va.) Sept. 7, 1804–Jan. 14, 1867; House 1843–45.

    Chilton, Thomas (grandfather of Horace Chilton) (AJ Ky.) July 30, 1798–Aug. 15, 1854; House Dec. 22, 1827–31 (no party), 1833–35.

    Chilton, William Edwin (D W.Va.) March 17, 1858–Nov. 7, 1939; Senate 1911–17.

    Chindblom, Carl Richard (R Ill.) Dec. 21, 1870–Sept. 12, 1956; House 1919–33.

    Chinn, Joseph William (J Va.) Nov. 16, 1798–Dec. 5, 1840; House 1831–35.

    Chinn, Thomas Withers (cousin of Robert Enoch Withers) (W La.) Nov. 22, 1791–May 22, 1852; House 1839–41.

    Chiperfield, Burnett Mitchell (father of Robert Bruce Chiperfield) (R Ill.) June 14, 1870–June 24, 1940; House 1915–17, 1929–33.

    Chiperfield, Robert Bruce (son of Burnett Mitchell Chiperfield) (R Ill.) Nov. 20, 1899–April 9, 1971; House 1939–63; chair House Foreign Affairs 1953–55.

    Chipman, Daniel (brother of Nathaniel Chipman, great-uncle of John Logan Chipman) (F Vt.) Oct. 22, 1765–April 23, 1850; House 1815–May 5, 1816.

    Chipman, John Logan (grandson of Nathaniel Chipman, great-nephew of Daniel Chipman) (D Mich.) June 5, 1830–Aug. 17, 1893; House 1887–Aug. 17, 1893.

    Chipman, John Smith (D Mich.) Aug. 10, 1800–July 27, 1869; House 1845–47.

    Chipman, Nathaniel (brother of Daniel Chipman, grandfather of John Logan Chipman) (F Vt.) Nov. 15, 1752–Feb. 13, 1843; Senate Oct. 17, 1797–1803.

    Chipman, Norton Parker (R D.C.) March 7, 1836–Feb. 1, 1924; House (Del.) April 21, 1871–75.

    Chisholm, Shirley Anita (D N.Y.) Nov. 30, 1924–Jan. 1, 2005; House 1969–83.

    Chittenden, Martin (F Vt.) March 12, 1763–Sept. 5, 1840; House 1803–13; Gov. Oct. 23, 1813–Oct. 14, 1815.

    Chittenden, Simeon Baldwin (R N.Y.) March 29, 1814–April 14, 1889; House Nov. 3, 1874–81 (Nov. 3, 1874–77 Independent Republican).

    Chittenden, Thomas Cotton (W N.Y.) Aug. 30, 1788–Aug. 22, 1866; House 1839–43.

    Choate, Rufus (W Mass.) Oct. 1, 1799–July 13, 1859; House 1831–June 30, 1834; Senate Feb. 23, 1841–45.

    Chocola, Joseph Christopher “Chris” (R Ind.) Feb. 24, 1962–; House 2003–07.

    Chrisman, James Stone (D Ky.) Sept. 14, 1818–July 29, 1881; House 1853–55.

    Christensen, Donna M. C. (elected initially as Donna Christian-Green) (D V.I.) Sept. 19, 1945–; House (Del.) 1997–.

    Christensen, Jon (R Neb.) Feb. 20, 1963–; House 1995–99.

    Christgau, Victor Laurence August (R Minn.) Sept. 20, 1894–Oct. 10, 1991; House 1929–33.

    Christiancy, Isaac Peckham (R Mich.) March 12, 1812–Sept. 8, 1890; Senate 1875–Feb. 10, 1879.

    Christianson, Theodore (R Minn.) Sept. 12, 1883–Dec. 9, 1948; House 1933–37; Gov. Jan. 6, 1925–Jan. 6, 1931.

    Christie, Gabriel (R Md.) 1755–April 1, 1808; House 1793–97 (no party), 1799–1801.

    Christopher, George Henry (D Mo.) Dec. 9, 1888–Jan. 23, 1959; House 1949–51, 1955–Jan. 23, 1959.

    Christopherson, Charles Andrew (R S.D.) July 23, 1871–Nov. 2, 1951; House 1919–33.

    Chrysler, Dick (R Mich.) April 29, 1942–; House 1995–97.

    Chudoff, Earl (D Pa.) Nov. 15, 1907–May 17, 1993; House 1949–Jan. 5, 1958.

    Church, Denver Samuel (D Calif.) Dec. 11, 1862–Feb. 21, 1952; House 1913–19, 1933–35.

    Church, Frank Forrester (D Idaho) July 25, 1924–April 7, 1984; Senate 1957–81; chair Senate Foreign Relations 1979–81.

    Church, Marguerite Stitt (widow of Ralph Edwin Church) (R Ill.) Sept. 13, 1892–May 26, 1990; House 1951–63.

    Church, Ralph Edwin (husband of Marguerite Stitt Church) (R Ill.) May 5, 1883–March 21, 1950; House 1935–41, 1943–March 21, 1950.

    Churchill, George Bosworth (R Mass.) Oct. 24, 1866–July 1, 1925; House March 4–July 1, 1925.

    Churchill, John Charles (R N.Y.) Jan. 17, 1821–June 4, 1905; House 1867–71.

    Churchwell, William Montgomery (D Tenn.) Feb. 20, 1826–Aug. 18, 1862; House 1851–55.

    Cilley, Bradbury (uncle of Jonathan Cilley and Joseph Cilley) (F N.H.) Feb. 1, 1760–Dec. 17, 1831; House 1813–17.

    Cilley, Jonathan (nephew of Bradbury Cilley, brother of Joseph Cilley) (D Maine) July 2, 1802–Feb. 24, 1838; House 1837–Feb. 24, 1838.

    Cilley, Joseph (nephew of Bradbury Cilley, brother of Jonathan Cilley) (D N.H.) Jan. 4, 1791–Sept. 16, 1887; Senate June 13, 1846–47.

    Citron, William Michael (D Conn.) Aug. 29, 1896–June 7, 1976; House 1935–39.

    Claflin, William (R Mass.) March 6, 1818–Jan. 5, 1905; House 1877–81; Gov. Jan. 7, 1869–Jan. 4, 1872; chair Rep. Nat. Comm. 1868–72.

    Clagett, Clifton (R N.H.) Dec. 3, 1762–Jan. 25, 1829; House 1803–05 (Federalist), 1817–21.

    Clagett, William Horace (uncle of Samuel Barrett Pettengill) (R Mont.) Sept. 21, 1838–Aug. 3, 1901; House (Terr. Del.) 1871–73.

    Clague, Frank (R Minn.) July 13, 1865–March 25, 1952; House 1921–33.

    Claiborne, James Robert (D Mo.) June 22, 1882–Feb. 16, 1944; House 1933–37.

    Claiborne, John (son of Thomas Claiborne born in 1749, brother of Thomas Claiborne born in 1780) (R Va.) 1777–Oct. 9, 1808; House 1805–Oct. 9, 1808.

    Claiborne, John Francis Hamtramck (nephew of William Charles Cole Claiborne and Nathaniel Herbert Claiborne, great-great-grandfather of Claiborne de Borda Pell, great-nephew of Thomas Claiborne born in 1749, great-grandfather of Herbert Claiborne Pell Jr., great-great-great-uncle of Corinne Claiborne Boggs) (J Miss.) April 24, 1807–May 17, 1884; House 1835–37, July 18, 1837–Feb. 5, 1838.

    Claiborne, Nathaniel Herbert (brother of William Charles Cole Claiborne, nephew of Thomas Claiborne born in 1749, uncle of John Francis Hamtramck Claiborne, great-great-great-great-uncle of Corinne Claiborne Boggs) (AJ Va.) Nov. 14, 1777–Aug. 15, 1859; House 1825–37 (1825–31 Jacksonian).

    Claiborne, Thomas (father of John Claiborne and Thomas Claiborne born in 1780, uncle of Nathaniel Herbert Claiborne and William Charles Cole Claiborne, great-uncle of John Francis Hamtramck Claiborne, great-great-great-great-great-uncle of Corinne Claiborne Boggs) (R Va.) Feb. 1, 1749–1812; House 1793–99, 1801–05.

    Claiborne, Thomas (son of Thomas Claiborne born in 1749, brother of John Claiborne) (R Tenn.) May 17, 1780–Jan. 7, 1856; House 1817–19.

    Claiborne, William Charles Cole (brother of Nathaniel Herbert Claiborne, nephew of Thomas Claiborne born in 1749, uncle of John Francis Hamtramck Claiborne, great-great-great-great-uncle of Corinne Claiborne Boggs) (D La.) 1775–Nov. 23, 1817; House 1797–1801; Senate March 4–Nov. 23, 1817; Gov. 1801–03 (Miss. Terr.), 1804–12 (Orleans Terr.), July 30, 1812–Dec. 16, 1816 (Democratic Republican).

    Clancy, Donald Daniel (R Ohio) July 24, 1921–; House 1961–77.

    Clancy, John Michael (D N.Y.) May 7, 1837–July 25, 1903; House 1889–95.

    Clancy, John Richard (D N.Y.) March 8, 1859–April 21, 1932; House 1913–15.

    Clancy, Robert Henry (R Mich.) March 14, 1882–April 23, 1962; House 1923–25 (Democrat), 1927–33.

    Clapp, Asa William Henry (D Maine) March 6, 1805–March 22, 1891; House 1847–49.

    Clapp, Moses Edwin (R Minn.) May 21, 1851–March 6, 1929; Senate Jan. 23, 1901–17.

    Clardy, John Daniel (D Ky.) Aug. 30, 1828–Aug. 20, 1918; House 1895–99.

    Clardy, Kit Francis (R Mich.) June 17, 1892–Sept. 5, 1961; House 1953–55.

    Clardy, Martin Linn (D Mo.) April 26, 1844–July 5, 1914; House 1879–89.

    Clark, Abraham (– N.J.) Feb. 15, 1726–Sept. 15, 1794; House 1791–Sept. 15, 1794; Cont. Cong. 1776–78, 1780–83, 1786–88.

    Clark, Alvah Augustus (cousin of James Nelson Pidcock) (D N.J.) Sept. 13, 1840–Dec. 27, 1912; House 1877–81.

    Clark, Ambrose Williams (R N.Y.) Feb. 19, 1810–Oct. 13, 1887; House 1861–65.

    Clark, Amos Jr. (R N.J.) Nov. 8, 1828–Oct. 31, 1912; House 1873–75.

    Clark, Charles Benjamin (R Wis.) Aug. 24, 1844–Sept. 10, 1891; House 1887–91.

    Clark, Charles Nelson (R Mo.) Aug. 21, 1827–Oct. 4, 1902; House 1895–97.

    Clark, Christopher Henderson (brother of James Clark, uncle of John Bullock Clark, great-uncle of John Bullock Clark Jr.) (R Va.) 1767–Nov. 21, 1828; House Nov. 5, 1804–July 1, 1806.

    Clark, Clarence Don (R Wyo.) April 16, 1851–Nov. 18, 1930; House Dec. 1, 1890–93; Senate Jan. 23, 1895–1917.

    Clark, Daniel (– Orleans) about 1766–Aug. 16, 1813; House (Terr. Del.) Dec. 1, 1806–09.

    Clark, Daniel (R N.H.) Oct. 24, 1809–Jan. 2, 1891; Senate June 27, 1857–July 27, 1866; elected pres. pro tempore April 26, 1864, Feb. 9, 1865.

    Clark, David Worth (D Idaho) April 2, 1902–June 19, 1955; House 1935–39; Senate 1939–45.

    Clark, Ezra Jr. (R Conn.) Sept. 12, 1813–Sept. 26, 1896; House 1855–59 (1855–57 American Party).

    Clark, Frank (D Fla.) March 28, 1860–April 14, 1936; House 1905–25.

    Clark, Frank Monroe (D Pa.) Dec. 24, 1915–June 17, 2003; House 1955–Dec. 31, 1974.

    Clark, Franklin (D Maine) Aug. 2, 1801–Aug. 24, 1874; House 1847–49.

    Clark, Henry Alden (R Pa.) Jan. 7, 1850–Feb. 15, 1944; House 1917–19.

    Clark, Henry Selby (D N.C.) Sept. 9, 1809–Jan. 8, 1869; House 1845–47.

    Clark, Horace Francis (ALD N.Y.) Nov. 29, 1815–June 19, 1873; House 1857–61 (1857–59 Democrat).

    Clark, James (brother of Christopher Henderson Clark, uncle of John Bullock Clark, great-uncle of John Bullock Clark Jr.) (R Ky.) Jan. 16, 1770–Sept. 27, 1839; House 1813–16, Aug. 1, 1825–31; Gov. June 1, 1836–Sept. 27, 1839 (Whig).

    Clark, James Beauchamp “Champ” (father of Joel Bennett Clark) (D Mo.) March 7, 1850–March 2, 1921; House 1893–95, 1897–March 2, 1921; House minority leader 1908–11, 1919–21; Speaker April 4, 1911–13, April 7, 1913–15, Dec. 6, 1915–17, April 2, 1917–19.

    Clark, James West (R N.C.) Oct. 15, 1779–Dec. 20, 1843; House 1815–17.

    Clark, Jerome Bayard (D N.C.) April 5, 1882–Aug. 26, 1959; House 1929–49.

    Clark, Joel Bennett (son of James Beauchamp Clark) (D Mo.) Jan. 8, 1890–July 13, 1954; Senate Feb. 3, 1933–45.

    Clark, John Bullock (father of John Bullock Clark Jr., nephew of Christopher Henderson Clark and James Clark) (D Mo.) April 17, 1802–Oct. 29, 1885; House Dec. 7, 1857–July 13, 1861.

    Clark, John Bullock Jr. (son of John Bullock Clark, great-nephew of Christopher Henderson Clark and James Clark) (D Mo.) Jan. 14, 1831–Sept. 7, 1903; House 1873–83.

    Clark, John Chamberlain (W N.Y.) Jan. 14, 1793–Oct. 25, 1852; House 1827–29 (no party), 1837–43 (1837–39 Democrat).

    Clark, Joseph Sill (D Pa.) Oct. 21, 1901–Jan. 12, 1990; Senate 1957–69.

    Clark, Lincoln (D Iowa) Aug. 9, 1800–Sept. 16, 1886; House 1851–53.

    Clark, Linwood Leon (R Md.) March 21, 1876–Nov. 18, 1965; House 1929–31.

    Clark, Lot (– N.Y.) May 23, 1788–Dec. 18, 1862; House 1823–25.

    Clark, Richard Clarence “Dick” (D Iowa) Sept. 14, 1928–; Senate 1973–79.

    Clark, Robert (– N.Y.) June 12, 1777–Oct. 1, 1837; House 1819–21.

    Clark, Rush (R Iowa) Oct. 1, 1834–April 29, 1879; House 1877–April 29, 1879.

    Clark, Samuel (D Mich.) Jan. 1800–Oct. 2, 1870; House 1833–35 (J N.Y.), 1853–55.

    Clark, Samuel Mercer (R Iowa) Oct. 11, 1842–Aug. 11, 1900; House 1895–99.

    Clark, William (AMas. Pa.) Feb. 18, 1774–March 28, 1851; House 1833–37.

    Clark, William Andrews (D Mont.) Jan. 8, 1839–March 2, 1925; Senate Dec. 4, 1899–May 15, 1900, 1901–07.

    Clark, William Thomas (R Texas) June 29, 1831–Oct. 12, 1905; House March 31, 1870–May 13, 1872.

    Clarke, Archibald Smith (brother of Staley Nichols Clarke) (R N.Y.) 1788–Dec. 4, 1821; House Dec. 2, 1816–17.

    Clarke, Bayard (W N.Y.) March 17, 1815–June 20, 1884; House 1855–57.

    Clarke, Beverly Leonidas (D Ky.) Feb. 11, 1809–March 17, 1860; House 1847–49.

    Clarke, Charles Ezra (W N.Y.) April 8, 1790–Dec. 29, 1863; House 1849–51.

    Clarke, Frank Gay (R N.H.) Sept. 10, 1850–Jan. 9, 1901; House 1897–Jan. 9, 1901.

    Clarke, Freeman (R N.Y.) March 22, 1809–June 24, 1887; House 1863–65, 1871–75.

    Clarke, James McClure (D N.C.) June 12, 1917–April 13, 1999; House 1983–85, 1987–91.

    Clarke, James Paul (D Ark.) Aug. 18, 1854–Oct. 1, 1916; Senate 1903–Oct. 1, 1916; elected pres. pro tempore March 13, 1913, Dec. 6, 1915; Gov. Jan. 18, 1895–Jan. 12, 1897.

    Clarke, John Blades (D Ky.) April 14, 1833–May 23, 1911; House 1875–79.

    Clarke, John Davenport (husband of Marian Williams Clarke) (R N.Y.) Jan. 15, 1873–Nov. 5, 1933; House 1921–25, 1927–Nov. 5, 1933.

    Clarke, John Hopkins (W R.I.) April 1, 1789–Nov. 23, 1870; Senate 1847–53.

    Clarke, Marian Williams (widow of John Davenport Clarke) (R N.Y.) July 29, 1880–April 8, 1953; House Dec. 28, 1933–35.

    Clarke, Reader Wright (R Ohio) May 18, 1812–May 23, 1872; House 1865–69.

    Clarke, Richard Henry (D Ala.) Feb. 9, 1843–Sept. 26, 1906; House 1889–97.

    Clarke, Sidney (R Kan.) Oct. 16, 1831–June 18, 1909; House 1865–71.

    Clarke, Staley Nichols (brother of Archibald Smith Clarke) (W N.Y.) May 24, 1794–Oct. 14, 1860; House 1841–43.

    Clarke, Yvette Diane (D N.Y.) Nov. 21, 1964–; House 2007–.

    Clason, Charles Russell (R Mass.) Sept. 3, 1890–July 7, 1985; House 1937–49.

    Classon, David Guy (R Wis.) Sept. 27, 1870–Sept. 6, 1930; House 1917–23.

    Clausen, Don Holst (R Calif.) April 27, 1923–; House Jan. 22, 1963–83.

    Clawson, Delwin Morgan (R Calif.) Jan. 11, 1914–May 5, 1992; House June 11, 1963–Dec. 31, 1978.

    Clawson, Isaiah Dunn (R N.J.) March 30, 1822–Oct. 9, 1879; House 1855–59 (1855–57 Whig).

    Clay, Alexander Stephens (D Ga.) Sept. 25, 1853–Nov. 13, 1910; Senate 1897–Nov. 13, 1910.

    Clay, Brutus Junius (U Ky.) July 1, 1808–Oct. 11, 1878; House 1863–65.

    Clay, Clement Claiborne Jr. (son of Clement Comer Clay) (D Ala.) Dec. 13, 1816–Jan. 3, 1882; Senate Nov. 29, 1853–Jan. 21, 1861.

    Clay, Clement Comer (father of Clement Claiborne Clay Jr.) (D Ala.) Dec. 17, 1789–Sept. 7, 1866; House 1829–35 (no party); Senate June 19, 1837–Nov. 15, 1841; Gov. Nov. 21, 1835–July 17, 1837.

    Clay, Henry (father of James Brown Clay) (W Ky.) April 12, 1777–June 29, 1852; Senate Nov. 19, 1806–07 (no party), Jan. 4, 1810–11 (no party), Nov. 10, 1831–March 31, 1842, 1849–June 29, 1852; House 1811–Jan. 19, 1814 (Republican), 1815–21 (Republican), 1823–March 6, 1825 (Republican); Speaker Nov. 4, 1811–13, May 24, 1813–Jan. 19, 1814, Dec. 4, 1815–17, Dec. 1, 1817–19, Dec. 6, 1819–Oct. 28, 1820, Dec. 1, 1823–25; secretary of state March 7, 1825–March 3, 1829.

    Clay, James Brown (son of Henry Clay) (D Ky.) Nov. 9, 1817–Jan. 26, 1864; House 1857–59.

    Clay, James Franklin (D Ky.) Oct. 29, 1840–Aug. 17, 1921; House 1883–85.

    Clay, Joseph (R Pa.) July 24, 1769–Aug. 27, 1811; House 1803–08.

    Clay, Matthew (R Va.) March 25, 1754–May 27, 1815; House 1797–1813, March 4–May 27, 1815.

    Clay, William Lacy Jr. (son of William Lacy Clay Sr.) (D Mo.) July 27, 1956–; House 2001–.

    Clay, William Lacy Sr. (father of William Lacy Clay Jr.) (D Mo.) April 30, 1931–; House 1969–2001; chair House Post Office and Civil Service 1991–95.

    Claypool, Harold Kile (son of Horatio Clifford Claypool, cousin of John Barney Peterson) (D Ohio) June 2, 1886–Aug. 2, 1958; House 1937–43.

    Claypool, Horatio Clifford (father of Harold Kile Claypool, cousin of John Barney Peterson) (D Ohio) Feb. 9, 1859–Jan. 19, 1921; House 1911–15, 1917–19.

    Clayton, Augustin Smith (J Ga.) Nov. 27, 1783–June 21, 1839; House Jan. 21, 1832–35.

    Clayton, Bertram Tracy (brother of Henry De Lamar Clayton) (D N.Y.) Oct. 19, 1862–May 30, 1918; House 1899–1901.

    Clayton, Charles (R Calif.) Oct. 5, 1825–Oct. 4, 1885; House 1873–75.

    Clayton, Eva (D N.C.) Sept. 16, 1934–; House Nov. 4, 1992–2003.

    Clayton, Henry De Lamar (brother of Bertram Tracy Clayton) (D Ala.) Feb. 10, 1857–Dec. 21, 1929; House 1897–May 25, 1914.

    Clayton, John Middleton (nephew of Joshua Clayton, cousin of Thomas Clayton, great-great-uncle of Clayton Douglass Buck) (W Del.) July 24, 1796–Nov. 9, 1856; Senate 1829–Dec. 29, 1836 (no party), 1845–Feb. 23, 1849, 1853–Nov. 9, 1856; secretary of state March 8, 1849–July 22, 1850.

    Clayton, Joshua (father of Thomas Clayton, uncle of John Middleton Clayton, son-in-law of Richard Bassett) (– Del.) July 20, 1744–Aug. 11, 1798; Senate Jan. 19–Aug. 11, 1798; Gov. June 2, 1789–Jan. 13, 1796 (Federalist).

    Clayton, Powell (R Ark.) Aug. 7, 1833–Aug. 25, 1914; Senate 1871–77; Gov. July 2, 1868–March 17, 1871.

    Clayton, Thomas (son of Joshua Clayton, cousin of John Middleton Clayton) (W Del.) July 1777–Aug. 21, 1854; House 1815–17 (Federalist); Senate Jan. 8, 1824–27 (no party), Jan. 9, 1837–47.

    Cleary, William Edward (D N.Y.) July 20, 1849–Dec. 20, 1932; House March 5, 1918–21, 1923–27.

    Cleaver, Emanuel II (D Mo.) Oct. 26, 1944–; House 2005–.

    Cleland, Max (D Ga.) Aug. 24, 1942–; Senate 1997–2003.

    Clemens, Jeremiah (D Ala.) Dec. 28, 1814–May 21, 1865; Senate Nov. 30, 1849–53.

    Clemens, Sherrard (D Va.) April 28, 1820–June 30, 1881; House Dec. 6, 1852–53, 1857–61.

    Clement, Robert Nelson (D Tenn.) Sept. 23, 1943–; House Jan. 25, 1988–2003.

    Clemente, Louis Gary (D N.Y.) June 10, 1908–May 13, 1968; House 1949–53.

    Clements, Andrew Jackson (U Tenn.) Dec. 23, 1832–Nov. 7, 1913; House 1861–63.

    Clements, Earle Chester (D Ky.) Oct. 22, 1896–March 12, 1985; House 1945–Jan. 6, 1948; Senate Nov. 27, 1950–57; Gov. Dec. 9, 1947–Nov. 27, 1950.

    Clements, Isaac (R Ill.) March 31, 1837–May 31, 1909; House 1873–75.

    Clements, Judson Claudius (D Ga.) Feb. 12, 1846–June 18, 1917; House 1881–91.

    Clements, Newton Nash (D Ala.) Dec. 23, 1837–Feb. 20, 1900; House Dec. 8, 1880–81.

    Clendenin, David (R Ohio) ?–?; House Oct. 11, 1814–17.

    Cleveland, Chauncey Fitch (D Conn.) Feb. 16, 1799–June 6, 1887; House 1849–53; Gov. May 4, 1842–May 1844.

    Cleveland, James Colgate (R N.H.) June 13, 1920–Dec. 3, 1995; House 1963–81.

    Cleveland, Jesse Franklin (D Ga.) Oct. 25, 1804–June 22, 1841; House Oct. 5, 1835–39 (Oct. 5, 1835–37 Jacksonian).

    Cleveland, Orestes (D N.J.) March 2, 1829–March 30, 1896; House 1869–71.

    Clevenger, Cliff (R Ohio) Aug. 20, 1885–Dec. 13, 1960; House 1939–59.

    Clevenger, Raymond Francis (D Mich.) June 6, 1926–; House 1965–67.

    Clever, Charles P. (D N.M.) Feb. 23, 1830–July 8, 1874; House (Terr. Del.) Sept. 2, 1867–Feb. 20, 1869.

    Clifford, Nathan (D Maine) Aug. 18, 1803–July 25, 1881; House 1839–43; attorney general Oct. 17, 1846–March 17, 1848; assoc. justice Jan. 21, 1858–July 25, 1881.

    Clift, Joseph Wales (R Ga.) Sept. 30, 1837–May 2, 1908; House July 25, 1868–69.

    Clinch, Duncan Lamont (W Ga.) April 6, 1787–Nov. 27, 1849; House Feb. 15, 1844–45.

    Cline, Cyrus (D Ind.) July 12, 1856–Oct. 5, 1923; House 1909–17.

    Clinger, William Floyd Jr. (R Pa.) April 4, 1929–; House 1979–97; chair House Government Reform and Oversight 1995–97.

    Clingman, Thomas Lanier (D N.C.) July 27, 1812–Nov. 3, 1897; House 1843–45 (Whig), 1847–May 7, 1858 (Whig); Senate May 7, 1858–March 28, 1861.

    Clinton, De Witt (half-brother of James Graham Clinton, cousin of George Clinton, nephew of Vice Pres. George Clinton) (R N.Y.) March 2, 1769–Feb. 11, 1828; Senate Feb. 9, 1802–Nov. 4, 1803; Gov. July 1, 1817–Jan. 1, 1823, Jan. 1, 1825–Feb. 11, 1828.

    Clinton, George (cousin of De Witt Clinton and James Graham Clinton, son of Vice Pres. George Clinton) (R N.Y.) June 6, 1771–Sept. 16, 1809; House Feb. 14, 1805–09.

    Clinton, Hillary Rodham (wife of Pres. William Jefferson “Bill” Clinton) Oct. 26, 1947–; Senate 2001–; first lady 1993–2001.

    Clinton, James Graham (half-brother of De Witt Clinton, cousin of George Clinton, nephew of Vice Pres. George Clinton) (D N.Y.) Jan. 2, 1804–May 28, 1849; House 1841–45.

    Clippinger, Roy (R Ill.) Jan. 13, 1886–Dec. 24, 1962; House Nov. 6, 1945–49.

    Clopton, David (D Ala.) Sept. 29, 1820–Feb. 5, 1892; House 1859–Jan. 21, 1861.

    Clopton, John (R Va.) Feb. 7, 1756–Sept. 11, 1816; House 1795–99, 1801–Sept. 11, 1816.

    Clouse, Wynne F. (R Tenn.) Aug. 29, 1883–Feb. 19, 1944; House 1921–23.

    Clover, Benjamin Hutchinson (P Kan.) Dec. 22, 1837–Dec. 30, 1899; House 1891–93.

    Clowney, William Kennedy (N S.C.) March 21, 1797–March 12, 1851; House 1833–35, 1837–39.

    Cluett, Ernest Harold (R N.Y.) July 13, 1874–Feb. 4, 1954; House 1937–43.

    Clunie, Thomas Jefferson (D Calif.) March 25, 1852–June 30, 1903; House 1889–91.

    Clyburn, James E. (D S.C.) July 21, 1940–; House 1993–.

    Clymer, George (– Pa.) March 16, 1739–Jan. 23, 1813; House 1789–91; Cont. Cong. 1776–77, 1780–82.

    Clymer, Hiester (nephew of William Hiester, cousin of Isaac Ellmaker Hiester) (D Pa.) Nov. 3, 1827–June 12, 1884; House 1873–81.

    Coad, Merwin (D Iowa) Sept. 28, 1924–; House 1957–63.

    Coady, Charles Pearce (D Md.) Feb. 22, 1868–Feb. 16, 1934; House Nov. 4, 1913–21.

    Coats, Daniel Ray (R Ind.) May 16, 1943–; House 1981–Jan. 1, 1989; Senate 1989–99.

    Cobb, Amasa (R Wis.) Sept. 27, 1823–July 5, 1905; House 1863–71.

    Cobb, Clinton Levering (R N.C.) Aug. 25, 1842–April 30, 1879; House 1869–75.

    Cobb, David (– Mass.) Sept. 14, 1748–April 17, 1830; House 1793–95.

    Cobb, George Thomas (D N.J.) Oct. 13, 1813–Aug. 12, 1870; House 1861–63.

    Cobb, Howell (uncle of Howell Cobb, below) (R Ga.) Aug. 3, 1772–May 26, 1818; House 1807–12.

    Cobb, Howell (nephew of Howell Cobb, above) (D Ga.) Sept. 7, 1815–Oct. 9, 1868; House 1843–51, 1855–57; Speaker Dec. 22, 1849–51; Gov. Nov. 5, 1851–Nov. 9, 1853 (Union Democrat); secretary of the Treasury March 7, 1857–Dec. 8, 1860.

    Cobb, James Edward (– Ala.) Oct. 5, 1835–June 2, 1903; House 1887–April 21, 1896.

    Cobb, Seth Wallace (D Mo.) Dec. 5, 1838–May 22, 1909; House 1891–97.

    Cobb, Stephen Alonzo (R Kan.) June 17, 1833–Aug. 24, 1878; House 1873–75.

    Cobb, Thomas Reed (D Ind.) July 2, 1828–June 23, 1892; House 1877–87.

    Cobb, Thomas Willis (– Ga.) 1784–Feb. 1, 1830; House 1817–21, 1823–Dec. 6, 1824; Senate Dec. 6, 1824–28.

    Cobb, Williamson Robert Winfield (D Ala.) June 8, 1807–Nov. 1, 1864; House 1847–Jan. 30, 1861.

    Cobey, William Wilfred Jr. (R N.C.) May 13, 1939–; House 1985–87.

    Coble, Howard (R N.C.) March 18, 1931–; House 1985–.

    Coburn, Frank Potter (D Wis.) Dec. 6, 1858–Nov. 2, 1932; House 1891–93.

    Coburn, John (R Ind.) Oct. 27, 1825–Jan. 28, 1908; House 1867–75.

    Coburn, Stephen (R Maine) Nov. 11, 1817–July 4, 1882; House Jan. 2–March 3, 1861.

    Coburn, Thomas Allen (R Okla.) March 14, 1948–; House 1995–2001; Senate 2005–.

    Cochran, Alexander Gilmore (D Pa.) March 20, 1846–May 1, 1928; House 1875–77.

    Cochran, Charles Fremont (D Mo.) Sept. 27, 1846–Dec. 19, 1906; House 1897–1905.

    Cochran, James (grandfather of James Cochrane Dobbin) (R N.C.) about 1767–April 7, 1813; House 1809–13.

    Cochran, James (F N.Y.) Feb. 11, 1769–Nov. 7, 1848; House 1797–99.

    Cochran, John Joseph (D Mo.) Aug. 11, 1880–March 6, 1947; House Nov. 2, 1926–47.

    Cochran, Thomas Cunningham (R Pa.) Nov. 30, 1877–Dec. 10, 1957; House 1927–35.

    Cochran, William Thad (R Miss.) Dec. 7, 1937–; House 1973–Dec. 26, 1978; Senate Dec. 27, 1978–; chair Senate Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry 2003–05; chair Senate Appropriations 2005–07.

    Cochrane, Aaron Van Schaick (nephew of Isaac Whitbeck Van Schaick) (R N.Y.) March 14, 1858–Sept. 7, 1943; House 1897–1901.

    Cochrane, Clark Betton (uncle of George Cochrane Hazelton and Gerry Whiting Hazelton) (R N.Y.) May 31, 1815–March 5, 1867; House 1857–61.

    Cochrane, John (D N.Y.) Aug. 27, 1813–Feb. 7, 1898; House 1857–61.

    Cocke, John (son of William Cocke, uncle of William Michael Cocke) (– Tenn.) 1772–Feb. 16, 1854; House 1819–27.

    Cocke, William (father of John Cocke, grandfather of William Michael Cocke) (R Tenn.) 1748–Aug. 22, 1828; Senate Aug. 2, 1796–March 3, 1797, April 22–Sept. 26, 1797, 1799–1805.

    Cocke, William Michael (grandson of William Cocke, nephew of John Cocke) (W Tenn.) July 16, 1815–Feb. 6, 1896; House 1845–49.

    Cockerill, Joseph Randolph (D Ohio) Jan. 2, 1818–Oct. 23, 1875; House 1857–59.

    Cockran, William Bourke (D N.Y.) Feb. 28, 1854–March 1, 1923; House 1887–89, Nov. 3, 1891–95, Feb. 23, 1904–09, 1921–March 1, 1923.

    Cockrell, Francis Marion (brother of Jeremiah Vardaman Cockrell) (D Mo.) Oct. 1, 1834–Dec. 13, 1915; Senate 1875–1905.

    Cockrell, Jeremiah Vardaman (brother of Francis Marion Cockrell) (D Texas) May 7, 1832–March 18, 1915; House 1893–97.

    Cocks, William Willets (brother of Frederick Cocks Hicks) (R N.Y.) July 24, 1861–May 24, 1932; House 1905–11.

    Codd, George Pierre (R Mich.) Dec. 7, 1869–Feb. 16, 1927; House 1921–23.

    Codding, James Hodge (R Pa.) July 8, 1849–Sept. 12, 1919; House Nov. 5, 1895–99.

    Coelho, Anthony Lee “Tony” (D Calif.) June 15, 1942–; House 1979–June 15, 1989.

    Coffee, Harry Buffington (D Neb.) March 16, 1890–Oct. 3, 1972; House 1935–43.

    Coffee, John (J Ga.) Dec. 3, 1782–Sept. 25, 1836; House 1833–Sept. 25, 1836.

    Coffee, John Main (D Wash.) Jan. 23, 1897–June 3, 1983; House 1937–47.

    Coffeen, Henry Asa (D Wyo.) Feb. 14, 1841–Dec. 9, 1912; House 1893–95.

    Coffey, Robert Lewis Jr. (D Pa.) Oct. 21, 1918–April 20, 1949; House Jan. 3–April 20, 1949.

    Coffin, Charles Dustin (W Ohio) Sept. 9, 1805–Feb. 28, 1880; House Dec. 20, 1837–39.

    Coffin, Charles Edward (R Md.) July 18, 1841–May 24, 1912; House Nov. 6, 1894–97.

    Coffin, Frank Morey (D Maine) July 11, 1919–; House 1957–61.

    Coffin, Howard Aldridge (R Mich.) June 11, 1877–Feb. 28, 1956; House 1947–49.

    Coffin, Peleg Jr. (– Mass.) Nov. 3, 1756–March 6, 1805; House 1793–95.

    Coffin, Thomas Chalkley (D Idaho) Oct. 25, 1887–June 8, 1934; House 1933–June 8, 1934.

    Coffroth, Alexander Hamilton (D Pa.) May 18, 1828–Sept. 2, 1906; House 1863–65, Feb. 19–July 18, 1866, 1879–81.

    Coghlan, John Maxwell (R Calif.) Dec. 8, 1835–March 26, 1879; House 1871–73.

    Cogswell, William (R Mass.) Aug. 23, 1838–May 22, 1895; House 1887–May 22, 1895.

    Cohelan, Jeffrey (D Calif.) June 24, 1914–Feb. 15, 1999; House 1959–71.

    Cohen, John Sanford (D Ga.) Feb. 26, 1870–May 13, 1935; Senate April 25, 1932–Jan. 11, 1933.

    Cohen, Stephen Ira (D Tenn.) May 24, 1949–; House 2007–.

    Cohen, William Sebastian (R Maine) Aug. 28, 1940–; House 1973–79; Senate 1979–97; secretary of defense Jan. 24, 1997–Jan. 20, 2001.

    Cohen, William Wolfe (D N.Y.) Sept. 6, 1874–Oct. 12, 1940; House 1927–29.

    Coit, Joshua (F Conn.) Oct. 7, 1758–Sept. 5, 1798; House 1793–Sept. 5, 1798 (1793–95 no party).

    Coke, Richard (nephew of Richard Coke Jr.) (D Texas) March 13, 1829–May 14, 1897; Senate 1877–95; Gov. Jan. 15, 1874–Dec. 1, 1876.

    Coke, Richard Jr. (uncle of Richard Coke) (J Va.) Nov. 16, 1790–March 31, 1851; House 1829–33.

    Colcock, William Ferguson (D S.C.) Nov. 5, 1804–June 13, 1889; House 1849–53.

    Colden, Cadwallader David (– N.Y.) April 4, 1769–Feb. 7, 1834; House Dec. 12, 1821–23.

    Colden, Charles J. (D Calif.) Aug. 24, 1870–April 15, 1938; House 1933–April 15, 1938.

    Cole, Albert McDonald (R Kan.) Oct. 13, 1901–June 5, 1994; House 1945–53.

    Cole, Cornelius (R Calif.) Sept. 17, 1822–Nov. 3, 1924; House 1863–65 (Union Republican); Senate 1867–73.

    Cole, Cyrenus (R Iowa) Jan. 13, 1863–Nov. 14, 1939; House July 19, 1921–33.

    Cole, George Edward (D Wash.) Dec. 23, 1826–Dec. 3, 1906; House (Terr. Del.) 1863–65; Gov. (Wash. Terr.) Nov. 1866–March 4, 1867.

    Cole, Nathan (R Mo.) July 26, 1825–March 4, 1904; House 1877–79.

    Cole, Orsamus (W Wis.) Aug. 23, 1819–May 5, 1903; House 1849–51.

    Cole, Ralph Dayton (brother of Raymond Clinton Cole) (R Ohio) Nov. 30, 1873–Oct. 15, 1932; House 1905–11.

    Cole, Raymond Clinton (brother of Ralph Dayton Cole) (R Ohio) Aug. 21, 1870–Feb. 8, 1957; House 1919–25.

    Cole, Thomas J. (R Okla.) April 28, 1949–; House 2003–.

    Cole, William Clay (R Mo.) Aug. 29, 1897–Sept. 23, 1965; House 1943–49, 1953–55.

    Cole, William Hinson (D Md.) Jan. 11, 1837–July 8, 1886; House 1885–July 8, 1886.

    Cole, William Purington Jr. (D Md.) May 11, 1889–Sept. 22, 1957; House 1927–29, 1931–Oct. 26, 1942.

    Cole, William Sterling (R N.Y.) April 18, 1904–March 15, 1987; House 1935–Dec. 1, 1957.

    Coleman, Earl Thomas (R Mo.) May 29, 1943–; House Nov. 2, 1976–93.

    Coleman, Hamilton Dudley (R La.) May 12, 1845–March 16, 1926; House 1889–91.

    Coleman, Nicholas Daniel (J Ky.) April 22, 1800–May 11, 1874; House 1829–31.

    Coleman, Norm R. (R Minn.) Aug. 17, 1949–; Senate 2003–.

    Coleman, Ronald D’Emory (D Texas) Nov. 29, 1941–; House 1983–97.

    Coleman, William Henry (R Pa.) Dec. 28, 1871–June 3, 1943; House 1915–17.

    Colerick, Walpole Gillespie (D Ind.) Aug. 1, 1845–Jan. 11, 1911; House 1879–83.

    Coles, Isaac (father of Walter Coles) (R Va.) March 2, 1747–June 3, 1813; House 1789–91 (no party), 1793–97 (1793–95 no party).

    Coles, Walter (son of Isaac Coles) (D Va.) Dec. 8, 1790–Nov. 9, 1857; House 1835–45 (1835–37 Jacksonian).

    Colfax, Schuyler (R Ind.) March 23, 1823–Jan. 13, 1885; House 1855–69; Speaker Dec. 7, 1863–65, Dec. 4, 1865–67, March 4, 1867–March 2, 1869; vice president 1869–73.

    Colhoun, John Ewing (cousin of John Caldwell Calhoun and Joseph Calhoun) (R S.C.) about 1749–Oct. 26, 1802; Senate 1801–Oct. 26, 1802.

    Collamer, Jacob (R Vt.) Jan. 8, 1791–Nov. 9, 1865; House 1843–49 (Whig); Senate 1855–Nov. 9, 1865; postmaster general March 8, 1849–July 22, 1850.

    Collier, Harold Reginald (R Ill.) Dec. 12, 1915–Jan. 17, 2006; House 1957–75.

    Collier, James William (D Miss.) Sept. 28, 1872–Sept. 28, 1933; House 1909–33.

    Collier, John Allen (great-great-grandfather of Edwin Arthur Hall) (AMas. N.Y.) Nov. 13, 1787–March 24, 1873; House 1831–33.

    Collin, John Francis (D N.Y.) April 30, 1802–Sept. 16, 1889; House 1845–47.

    Collins, Barbara-Rose (D Mich.) April 13, 1939–; House 1991–97.

    Collins, Cardiss (widow of George Washington Collins) (D Ill.) Sept. 24, 1931–; House June 5, 1973–97.

    Collins, Ela (father of William Collins) (– N.Y.) Feb. 14, 1786–Nov. 23, 1848; House 1823–25.

    Collins, Francis Dolan (D Pa.) March 5, 1841–Nov. 21, 1891; House 1875–79.

    Collins, George Washington (husband of Cardiss Collins) (D Ill.) March 5, 1925–Dec. 8, 1972; House Nov. 3, 1970–Dec. 8, 1972.

    Collins, James Mitchell (R Texas) April 29, 1916–July 21, 1989; House Aug. 24, 1968–83.

    Collins, Michael A. “Mac” (R Ga.) Oct. 15, 1944–; House 1993–2005.

    Collins, Patrick Andrew (D Mass.) March 12, 1844–Sept. 13, 1905; House 1883–89.

    Collins, Ross Alexander (D Miss.) April 25, 1880–July 14, 1968; House 1921–35, 1937–43.

    Collins, Samuel LaFort (R Calif.) Aug. 6, 1895–June 26, 1965; House 1933–37.

    Collins, Susan (R Maine) Dec. 7, 1952–; Senate 1997–; chair Senate Governmental Affairs 2003–05; chair Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs 2005–07.

    Collins, William (son of Ela Collins) (D N.Y.) Feb. 22, 1818–June 18, 1878; House 1847–49.

    Colmer, William Meyers (D Miss.) Feb. 11, 1890–Sept. 9, 1980; House 1933–73; chair House Rules 1967–73.

    Colorado, Antonio J. (D P.R.) Sept. 8, 1939–; House (Res. Comm.) March 4, 1992–Jan. 3, 1993.

    Colquitt, Alfred Holt (son of Walter Terry Colquitt) (D Ga.) April 20, 1824–March 26, 1894; House 1853–55 (no party); Senate 1883–March 26, 1894; Gov. Jan. 12, 1877–Nov. 4, 1882.

    Colquitt, Walter Terry (father of Alfred Holt Colquitt) (D Ga.) Dec. 27, 1799–May 7, 1855; House 1839–July 21, 1840 (Whig), Jan. 3, 1842–43 (Van Buren Democrat); Senate 1843–Feb. 1848.

    Colson, David Grant (R Ky.) April 1, 1861–Sept. 27, 1904; House 1895–99.

    Colston, Edward (F Va.) Dec. 25, 1786–April 23, 1852; House 1817–19.

    Colt, LeBaron Bradford (R R.I.) June 25, 1846–Aug. 18, 1924; Senate 1913–Aug. 18, 1924.

    Colton, Don Byron (R Utah) Sept. 15, 1876–Aug. 1, 1952; House 1921–33.

    Combest, Larry Ed (R Texas) March 20, 1945–; House 1985–May 31, 2003; chair House Select Intelligence 1995–97; chair House Agriculture 1999–2003.

    Combs, George Hamilton Jr. (D Mo.) May 2, 1899–Nov. 29, 1977; House 1927–29.

    Combs, Jesse Martin (D Texas) July 7, 1889–Aug. 21, 1953; House 1945–53.

    Comegys, Joseph Parsons (W Del.) Dec. 29, 1813–Feb. 1, 1893; Senate Nov. 19, 1856–Jan. 14, 1857.

    Comer, Braxton Bragg (D Ala.) Nov. 7, 1848–Aug. 15, 1927; Senate March 5–Nov. 2, 1920; Gov. Jan. 14, 1907–Jan. 17, 1911.

    Comingo, Abram (D Mo.) Jan. 9, 1820–Nov. 10, 1889; House 1871–75.

    Comins, Linus Bacon (R Mass.) Nov. 29, 1817–Oct. 14, 1892; House 1855–59 (1855–57 American Party).

    Compton, Barnes (great-grandson of Philip Key) (D Md.) Nov. 16, 1830–Dec. 4, 1898; House 1885–March 20, 1890, 1891–May 15, 1894.

    Compton, C. H. Ranulf (R Conn.) Sept. 16, 1878–Jan. 26, 1974; House 1943–45.

    Comstock, Charles Carter (D Mich.) March 5, 1818–Feb. 20, 1900; House 1885–87.

    Comstock, Daniel Webster (R Ind.) Dec. 16, 1840–May 19, 1917; House March 4–May 19, 1917.

    Comstock, Oliver Cromwell (R N.Y.) March 1, 1780–Jan. 11, 1860; House 1813–19.

    Comstock, Solomon Gilman (R Minn.) May 9, 1842–June 3, 1933; House 1889–91.

    Conable, Barber Benjamin Jr. (R N.Y.) Nov. 2, 1922–Nov. 30, 2003; House 1965–85.

    Conard, John (R Pa.) Nov. 1773–May 9, 1857; House 1813–15.

    Conaway, K. Michael “Mike” (R Texas) June 11, 1948–; House 2005–.

    Condict, Lewis (R N.J.) March 3, 1772–May 26, 1862; House 1811–17, 1821–33.

    Condit, Gary (D Calif.) April 21, 1948–; House Sept. 20, 1989–2003.

    Condit, John (father of Silas Condit) (R N.J.) July 8, 1755–May 4, 1834; House 1799–1803, March 4–Nov. 4, 1819; Senate Sept. 1, 1803– March 3, 1809, March 21, 1809–17.

    Condit, Silas (son of John Condit) (AJ N.J.) Aug. 18, 1778–Nov. 29, 1861; House 1831–33.

    Condon, Francis Bernard (D R.I.) Nov. 11, 1891–Nov. 23, 1965; House Nov. 4, 1930–Jan. 10, 1935.

    Condon, Robert Likens (D Calif.) Nov. 10, 1912–June 3, 1976; House 1953–55.

    Conger, Edwin Hurd (R Iowa) March 7, 1843–May 18, 1907; House 1885–Oct. 3, 1890.

    Conger, Harmon Sweatland (W N.Y.) April 9, 1816–Oct. 22, 1882; House 1847–51.

    Conger, James Lockwood (W Mich.) Feb. 18, 1805–April 10, 1876; House 1851–53.

    Conger, Omar Dwight (R Mich.) April 1, 1818–July 11, 1898; House 1869–81; Senate 1881–87.

    Conkling, Alfred (father of Frederick Augustus Conkling and Roscoe Conkling) (– N.Y.) Oct. 12, 1789–Feb. 5, 1874; House 1821–23.

    Conkling, Frederick Augustus (son of Alfred Conkling, brother of Roscoe Conkling) (R N.Y.) Aug. 22, 1816–Sept. 18, 1891; House 1861–63.

    Conkling, Roscoe (son of Alfred Conkling, brother of Frederick Augustus Conkling) (R N.Y.) Oct. 30, 1829–April 18, 1888; House 1859–63, 1865–March 4, 1867; Senate March 4, 1867–May 16, 1881.

    Conlan, John Bertrand (R Ariz.) Sept. 17, 1930–; House 1973–77.

    Conn, Charles Gerard (D Ind.) Jan. 29, 1844–Jan. 5, 1931; House 1893–95.

    Connally, Thomas Terry “Tom” (D Texas) Aug. 19, 1877–Oct. 28, 1963; House 1917–29; Senate 1929–53; chair Senate Foreign Relations 1949–53.

    Connell, Charles Robert (son of William Connell) (R Pa.) Sept. 22, 1864–Sept. 26, 1922; House 1921–Sept. 26, 1922.

    Connell, Richard Edward (D N.Y.) Nov. 6, 1857–Oct. 30, 1912; House 1911–Oct. 30, 1912.

    Connell, William (father of Charles Robert Connell) (R Pa.) Sept. 10, 1827–March 21, 1909; House 1897–1903, Feb. 10, 1904–05.

    Connell, William James (R Neb.) July 6, 1846–Aug. 16, 1924; House 1889–91.

    Connelly, John Robert (D Kan.) Feb. 27, 1870–Sept. 9, 1940; House 1913–19.

    Conner, James Perry (R Iowa) Jan. 27, 1851–March 19, 1924; House Dec. 4, 1900–09.

    Conner, John Coggswell (D Texas) Oct. 14, 1842–Dec. 10, 1873; House March 31, 1870–73.

    Conner, Samuel Shepard (R Mass.) about 1783–Dec. 17, 1820; House 1815–17.

    Connery, Lawrence Joseph (brother of William Patrick Connery Jr.) (D Mass.) Oct. 17, 1895–Oct. 19, 1941; House Sept. 28, 1937–Oct. 19, 1941.

    Connery, William Patrick Jr. (brother of Lawrence Joseph Connery) (D Mass.) Aug. 24, 1888–June 15, 1937; House 1923–June 15, 1937.

    Conness, John (UR Calif.) Sept. 22, 1821–Jan. 10, 1909; Senate 1863–69 (elected as Douglas Democrat).

    Connolly, Daniel Ward (D Pa.) April 24, 1847–Dec. 4, 1894; House 1883–85.

    Connolly, James Austin (R Ill.) March 8, 1843–Dec. 15, 1914; House 1895–99.

    Connolly, James Joseph (R Pa.) Sept. 24, 1881–Dec. 10, 1952; House 1921–35.

    Connolly, Maurice (D Iowa) March 13, 1877–May 28, 1921; House 1913–15.

    Connor, Henry William (D N.C.) Aug. 5, 1793–Jan. 6, 1866; House 1821–41 (1821–33 no party, 1833–37 Jacksonian).

    Conover, Simon Barclay (R Fla.) Sept. 23, 1840–April 19, 1908; Senate 1873–79.

    Conover, William Sheldrick II (R Pa.) Aug. 27, 1928–; House April 25, 1972–73.

    Conrad, Charles Magill (W La.) Dec. 24, 1804–Feb. 11, 1878; Senate April 14, 1842–43; House 1849–Aug. 17, 1850; secretary of war Aug. 15, 1850–March 7, 1853.

    Conrad, Frederick (R Pa.) 1759–Aug. 3, 1827; House 1803–07.

    Conrad, Kent (D N.D.) March 12, 1948–; Senate 1987–; chair Senate Budget Jan. 3–Jan. 20, 2001, June 6, 2001–03, 2007–.

    Conry, Joseph Aloysius (D Mass.) Sept. 12, 1868–June 22, 1943; House 1901–03.

    Conry, Michael Francis (D N.Y.) April 2, 1870–March 2, 1917; House 1909–March 2, 1917.

    Constable, Albert (D Md.) June 3, 1805–Sept. 18, 1855; House 1845–47.

    Conte, Silvio Otto (R Mass.) Nov. 9, 1921–Feb. 8, 1991; House 1959–Feb. 8, 1991.

    Contee, Benjamin (uncle of Alexander Contee Hanson, great-uncle of Thomas Contee Worthington) (– Md.) 1755–Nov. 30, 1815; House 1789–91; Cont. Cong. 1788.

    Converse, George Leroy (D Ohio) June 4, 1827–March 30, 1897; House 1879–85.

    Conway, Henry Wharton (cousin of Ambrose Hundley Sevier) (– Ark.) March 18, 1793–Nov. 9, 1827; House (Terr. Del.) 1823–Nov. 9, 1827.

    Conway, Martin Franklin (R Kan.) Nov. 19, 1827–Feb. 15, 1882; House Jan. 29, 1861–63.

    Conyers, John Jr. (D Mich.) May 16, 1929–; House 1965–; chair House Oversight and Government Reform 1989–95; chair House Judiciary 2007–.

    Cook, Burton Chauncey (R Ill.) May 11, 1819–Aug. 18, 1894; House 1865–Aug. 26, 1871.

    Cook, Daniel Pope (– Ill.) 1794–Oct. 16, 1827; House 1819–27.

    Cook, George Washington (R Colo.) Nov. 10, 1851–Dec. 18, 1916; House 1907–09.

    Cook, Joel (R Pa.) March 20, 1842–Dec. 15, 1910; House Nov. 5, 1907–Dec. 15, 1910.

    Cook, John Calhoun (D Iowa) Dec. 26, 1846–June 7, 1920; House March 3, 1883, Oct. 9, 1883–85.

    Cook, John Parsons (W Iowa) Aug. 31, 1817–April 17, 1872; House 1853–55.

    Cook, Marlow Webster (R Ky.) July 27, 1926–; Senate Dec. 17, 1968–Dec. 27, 1974.

    Cook, Merrill (R Utah) May 6, 1946–; House 1997–2001.

    Cook, Orchard (R Mass.) March 24, 1763–Aug. 12, 1819; House 1805–11.

    Cook, Philip (D Ga.) July 30, 1817–May 24, 1894; House 1873–83.

    Cook, Robert Eugene (D Ohio) May 19, 1920–Nov. 28, 1988; House 1959–63.

    Cook, Samuel Andrew (R Wis.) Jan. 28, 1849–April 4, 1918; House 1895–97.

    Cook, Samuel Ellis (D Ind.) Sept. 30, 1860–Feb. 22, 1946; House 1923–25.

    Cook, Zadock (R Ga.) Feb. 18, 1769–Aug. 3, 1863; House Dec. 2, 1816–19.

    Cooke, Bates (AMas. N.Y.) Dec. 23, 1787–May 31, 1841; House 1831–33.

    Cooke, Edmund Francis (R N.Y.) April 13, 1885–May 13, 1967; House 1929–33.

    Cooke, Edward Dean (R Ill.) Oct. 17, 1849–June 24, 1897; House 1895–June 24, 1897.

    Cooke, Eleutheros (AJ Ohio) Dec. 25, 1787–Dec. 27, 1864; House 1831–33.

    Cooke, Thomas Burrage (R N.Y.) Nov. 21, 1778–Nov. 20, 1853; House 1811–13.

    Cooksey, John (R L.A.) Aug. 20, 1941–; House 1997–2003.

    Cooley, Harold Dunbar (D N.C.) July 26, 1897–Jan. 15, 1974; House July 7, 1934–67; chair House Agriculture 1949–53, 1955–67.

    Cooley, Wes (R Ore.) March 28, 1932–; House 1995–97.

    Coolidge, Frederick Spaulding (father of Marcus Allen Coolidge) (D Mass.) Dec. 7, 1841–June 8, 1906; House 1891–93.

    Coolidge, Marcus Allen (son of Frederick Spaulding Coolidge) (D Mass.) Oct. 6, 1865–Jan. 23, 1947; Senate 1931–37.

    Coombs, Frank Leslie (R Calif.) Dec. 27, 1853–Oct. 5, 1934; House 1901–03.

    Coombs, William Jerome (D N.Y.) Dec. 24, 1833–Jan. 12, 1922; House 1891–95.

    Coon, Samuel Harrison (R Ore.) April 15, 1903–May 8, 1980; House 1953–57.

    Cooney, James (D Mo.) July 28, 1848–Nov. 16, 1904; House 1897–1903.

    Cooper, Allen Foster (R Pa.) June 16, 1862–April 20, 1917; House 1903–11.

    Cooper, Charles Merian (D Fla.) Jan. 16, 1856–Nov. 14, 1923; House 1893–97.

    Cooper, Edmund (brother of Henry Cooper) (U Tenn.) Sept. 11, 1821–July 21, 1911; House July 24, 1866–67.

    Cooper, Edward (R W.Va.) Feb. 26, 1873–March 1, 1928; House 1915–19.

    Cooper, George Byran (D Mich.) June 6, 1808–Aug. 29, 1866; House 1859–May 15, 1860.

    Cooper, George William (D Ind.) May 21, 1851–Nov. 27, 1899; House 1889–95.

    Cooper, Henry (brother of Edmund Cooper) (D Tenn.) Aug. 22, 1827–Feb. 4, 1884; Senate 1871–77.

    Cooper, Henry Allen (R Wis.) Sept. 8, 1850–March 1, 1931; House 1893–1919, 1921–March 1, 1931.

    Cooper, James (W Pa.) May 8, 1810–March 28, 1863; House 1839–43; Senate 1849–55.

    Cooper, James Haynes Shofner “Jim” (son of Gov. William Prentice Cooper of Tenn.) (D Tenn.) June 19, 1954–; House 1983–95, 2003–.

    Cooper, Jere (D Tenn.) July 20, 1893–Dec. 18, 1957; House 1929–Dec. 18, 1957; chair House Ways and Means 1955–57.

    Cooper, John Gordon (R Ohio) April 27, 1872–Jan. 7, 1955; House 1915–37.

    Cooper, John Sherman (R Ky.) Aug. 23, 1901–Feb. 21, 1991; Senate Nov. 6, 1946–49, Nov. 5, 1952–55, Nov. 7, 1956–73.

    Cooper, Mark Anthony (cousin of Eugenius Aristides Nisbet) (D Ga.) April 20, 1800–March 17, 1885; House 1839–41 (Whig), Jan. 3, 1842–June 26, 1843.

    Cooper, Richard Matlack (– N.J.) Feb. 29, 1768–March 10, 1843; House 1829–33.

    Cooper, Samuel Bronson (D Texas) May 30, 1850–Aug. 21, 1918; House 1893–1905, 1907–09.

    Cooper, Thomas (F Del.) 1764–1829; House 1813–17.

    Cooper, Thomas Buchecker (D Pa.) Dec. 29, 1823–April 4, 1862; House 1861–April 4, 1862.

    Cooper, William (F N.Y.) Dec. 2, 1754–Dec. 22, 1809; House 1795–97, 1799–1801.

    Cooper, William Craig (R Ohio) Dec. 18, 1832–Aug. 29, 1902; House 1885–91.

    Cooper, William Raworth (D N.J.) Feb. 20, 1793–Sept. 22, 1856; House 1839–41.

    Copeland, Oren Sturman (R Neb.) March 16, 1887–April 10, 1958; House 1941–43.

    Copeland, Royal Samuel (D N.Y.) Nov. 7, 1868–June 17, 1938; Senate 1923–June 17, 1938.

    Copley, Ira Clifton (nephew of Richard Henry Whiting) (R Ill.) Oct. 25, 1864–Nov. 1, 1947; House 1911–23 (1915–17 Progressive).

    Coppersmith, Sam (D Ariz.) May 22, 1955–; House 1993–95.

    Corbett, Henry Winslow (UR Ore.) Feb. 18, 1827–March 31, 1903; Senate 1867–73.

    Corbett, Robert James (R Pa.) Aug. 25, 1905–April 25, 1971; House 1939–41, 1945–April 25, 1971.

    Corcoran, Thomas Joseph (R Ill.) May 23, 1939–; House 1977–85.

    Cordon, Guy (R Ore.) April 24, 1890–June 8, 1969; Senate March 4, 1944–55; chair Senate Interior and Insular Affairs 1954–55.

    Cordova, Jorge Luis (New Prog. P.R.) April 20, 1907–Sept. 16, 1994; House (Res. Comm.) 1969–73.

    Corker, Robert “Bob” (R Tenn.) Aug. 24, 1952–; Senate 2007–.

    Corker, Stephen Alfestus (D Ga.) May 7, 1830–Oct. 18, 1879; House Dec. 22, 1870–71.

    Corlett, William Wellington (R Wyo.) April 10, 1842–July 22, 1890; House (Terr. Del.) 1877–79.

    Corley, Manuel Simeon (R S.C.) Feb. 10, 1823–Nov. 20, 1902; House July 25, 1868–69.

    Corliss, John Blaisdell (R Mich.) June 7, 1851–Dec. 24, 1929; House 1895–1903.

    Corman, James Charles (D Calif.) Oct. 20, 1920–Dec. 30, 2000; House 1961–81.

    Cornell, Robert John (D Wis.) Dec. 16, 1919–; House 1975–79.

    Cornell, Thomas (R N.Y.) Jan. 27, 1814–March 30, 1890; House 1867–69, 1881–83.

    Corning, Erastus (grandfather of Parker Corning) (D N.Y.) Dec. 14, 1794–April 9, 1872; House 1857–59, 1861–Oct. 5, 1863.

    Corning, Parker (grandson of Erastus Corning) (D N.Y.) Jan. 22, 1874–May 24, 1943; House 1923–37.

    Cornish, Johnston (D N.J.) June 13, 1858–June 26, 1920; House 1893–95.

    Cornwell, David Lance (D Ind.) June 14, 1945–; House 1977–79.

    Cornyn, John (R Texas) Feb. 2, 1952–; Senate Dec. 2, 2002–.

    Corrada-del Rio, Baltasar (New Prog. P.R.) April 10, 1935–; House (Res. Comm.) 1977–85.

    Corwin, Franklin (nephew of Moses Bledso Corwin and Thomas Corwin) (R Ill.) Jan. 12, 1818–June 15, 1879; House 1873–75.

    Corwin, Moses Bledso (brother of Thomas Corwin, uncle of Franklin Corwin) (W Ohio) Jan. 5, 1790–April 7, 1872; House 1849–51, 1853–55.

    Corwin, Thomas (brother of Moses Bledso Corwin, uncle of Franklin Corwin) (R Ohio) July 29, 1794–Dec. 18, 1865; House 1831–May 30, 1840 (Whig), 1859–March 12, 1861; Senate 1845–July 20, 1850 (Whig); Gov. Dec. 16, 1840–Dec. 14, 1841 (Whig); secretary of the Treasury July 23, 1850–March 6, 1853.

    Corzine, Jon Stevens (D N.J.) Jan. 1, 1947–; Senate 2001–Jan. 17, 2006; Gov. Jan. 17, 2006–.

    Cosden, Jeremiah (– Md.) 1768–Dec. 5, 1824; House 1821–March 19, 1822.

    Cosgrove, John (D Mo.) Sept. 12, 1839–Aug. 15, 1925; House 1883–85.

    Costa, Jim (D Calif.) April 13, 1952–; House 2005–.

    Costello, Jerry Francis (D Ill.) Sept. 25, 1949–; House Aug. 11, 1988–.

    Costello, John Martin (D Calif.) Jan. 15, 1903–Aug. 28, 1976; House 1935–45.

    Costello, Peter Edward (R Pa.) June 27, 1854–Oct. 23, 1935; House 1915–21.

    Costigan, Edward Prentiss (D Colo.) July 1, 1874–Jan. 17, 1939; Senate 1931–37.

    Cothran, James Sproull (D S.C.) Aug. 8, 1830–Dec. 5, 1897; House 1887–91.

    Cotter, William Ross (D Conn.) July 18, 1926–Sept. 8, 1981; House 1971–Sept. 8, 1981.

    Cottman, Joseph Stewart (IW Md.) Aug. 16, 1803–Jan. 28, 1863; House 1851–53.

    Cotton, Aylett Rains (R Iowa) Nov. 29, 1826–Oct. 30, 1912; House 1871–75.

    Cotton, Norris H. (R N.H.) May 11, 1900–Feb. 24, 1989; House 1947–Nov. 7, 1954; Senate Nov. 8, 1954–Dec. 31, 1974, Aug. 8–Sept. 18, 1975.

    Cottrell, James La Fayette (D Ala.) Aug. 25, 1808–Sept. 7, 1885; House Dec. 7, 1846–47.

    Coudert, Frederick René Jr. (R N.Y.) May 7, 1898–May 21, 1972; House 1947–59.

    Coudrey, Harry Marcy (R Mo.) Feb. 28, 1867–July 5, 1930; House June 23, 1906–11.

    Coughlin, Clarence Dennis (uncle of Robert Lawrence Coughlin) (R Pa.) July 27, 1883–Dec. 15, 1946; House 1921–23.

    Coughlin, Robert Lawrence (nephew of Clarence Dennis Coughlin) (R Pa.) April 11, 1929–Nov. 30, 2001; House 1969–93.

    Coulter, Richard (J Pa.) March 1788–April 21, 1852; House 1827–35 (1827–29 no party).

    Courter, James Andrew (R N.J.) Oct. 14, 1941–; House 1979–91.

    Courtney, Joe (D Conn.) April 6, 1953–; House Jan. 3, 2007–.

    Courtney, William Wirt (D Tenn.) Sept. 7, 1889–April 6, 1961; House May 11, 1939–49.

    Cousins, Robert Gordon (R Iowa) Jan. 31, 1859–June 20, 1933; House 1893–1909.

    Couzens, James (R Mich.) Aug. 26, 1872–Oct. 22, 1936; Senate Nov. 29, 1922–Oct. 22, 1936.

    Coverdell, Paul (R Ga.) Jan. 20, 1939–July 18, 2000; Senate 1993–July 18, 2000.

    Covert, James Way (D N.Y.) Sept. 2, 1842–May 16, 1910; House 1877–81, 1889–95.

    Covington, George Washington (D Md.) Sept. 12, 1838–April 6, 1911; House 1881–85.

    Covington, James Harry (D Md.) May 3, 1870–Feb. 4, 1942; House 1909–Sept. 30, 1914.

    Covington, Leonard (R Md.) Oct. 30, 1768–Nov. 14, 1813; House 1805–07.

    Covode, John (R Pa.) March 17, 1808–Jan. 11, 1871; House 1855–63 (1855–57 Whig), 1867–69, Feb. 9, 1870–Jan. 11, 1871.

    Cowan, Edgar (R Pa.) Sept. 19, 1815–Aug. 31, 1885; Senate 1861–67.

    Cowan, Jacob Pitzer (D Ohio) March 20, 1823–July 9, 1895; House 1875–77.

    Cowen, Benjamin Sprague (W Ohio) Sept. 27, 1793–Sept. 27, 1860; House 1841–43.

    Cowen, John Kissig (D Md.) Oct. 28, 1844–April 26, 1904; House 1895–97.

    Cowger, William Owen (R Ky.) Jan. 1, 1922–Oct. 2, 1971; House 1967–71.

    Cowgill, Calvin (R Ind.) Jan. 7, 1819–Feb. 10, 1903; House 1879–81.

    Cowherd, William Strother (D Mo.) Sept. 1, 1860–June 20, 1915; House 1897–1905.

    Cowles, Charles Holden (nephew of William Henry Harrison Cowles) (R N.C.) July 16, 1875–Oct. 2, 1957; House 1909–11.

    Cowles, George Washington (R N.Y.) Dec. 6, 1823–Jan. 20, 1901; House 1869–71.

    Cowles, Henry Booth (– N.Y.) March 18, 1798–May 17, 1873; House 1829–31.

    Cowles, William Henry Harrison (uncle of Charles Holden Cowles) (D N.C.) April 22, 1840–Dec. 30, 1901; House 1885–93.

    Cox, C. Christopher (R Calif.) Oct. 16, 1952–; House 1989–Aug. 2, 2005; chair House Homeland Security 2003–Aug. 2, 2005.

    Cox, Edward Eugene (D Ga.) April 3, 1880–Dec. 24, 1952; House 1925–Dec. 24, 1952.

    Cox, Isaac Newton (D N.Y.) Aug. 1, 1846–Sept. 28, 1916; House 1891–93.

    Cox, Jacob Dolson (R Ohio) Oct. 27, 1828–Aug. 4, 1900; House 1877–79; Gov. Jan. 8, 1866–Jan. 13, 1868; secretary of the interior March 5, 1869–Oct. 31, 1870.

    Cox, James (R N.J.) June 14, 1753–Sept. 12, 1810; House 1809–Sept. 12, 1810.

    Cox, James Middleton (D Ohio) March 31, 1870–July 15, 1957; House 1909–Jan. 12, 1913; Gov. Jan. 13, 1913–Jan. 11, 1915, Jan. 8, 1917–Jan. 10, 1921.

    Cox, John W. Jr. (D Ill.) July 10, 1947–; House 1991–93.

    Cox, Leander Martin (AP Ky.) May 7, 1812–March 19, 1865; House 1853–57 (1853–55 Whig).

    Cox, Nicholas Nichols (D Tenn.) Jan. 6, 1837–May 2, 1912; House 1891–1901.

    Cox, Samuel Sullivan (D N.Y.) Sept. 30, 1824–Sept. 10, 1889; House 1857–65 (Ohio), 1869–73, Nov. 4, 1873–May 20, 1885, Nov. 2, 1886–Sept. 10, 1889.

    Cox, William Elijah (D Ind.) Sept. 6, 1861–March 11, 1942; House 1907–19.

    Cox, William Ruffin (D N.C.) March 11, 1831–Dec. 26, 1919; House 1881–87.

    Coxe, William Jr. (F N.J.) May 3, 1762–Feb. 25, 1831; House 1813–15.

    Coyle, William Radford (R Pa.) July 10, 1878–Jan. 30, 1962; House 1925–27, 1929–33.

    Coyne, James Kitchenman III (R Pa.) Nov. 17, 1946–; House 1981–83.

    Coyne, William Joseph (D Pa.) Aug. 24, 1936–; House 1981–2003.

    Crabb, George Whitfield (W Ala.) Feb. 22, 1804–Aug. 15, 1846; House Sept. 4, 1838–41.

    Crabb, Jeremiah (F Md.) 1760–1800; House 1795–96.

    Craddock, John Durrett (R Ky.) Oct. 26, 1881–May 20, 1942; House 1929–31.

    Cradlebaugh, John (– Nev.) Feb. 22, 1819–Feb. 22, 1872; House (Terr. Del.) Dec. 2, 1861–63.

    Crafts, Samuel Chandler (– Vt.) Oct. 6, 1768–Nov. 19, 1853; House 1817–25; Senate April 23, 1842–43; Gov. Oct. 10, 1828–Oct. 18, 1831 (National Republican).

    Cragin, Aaron Harrison (R N.H.) Feb. 3, 1821–May 10, 1898; House 1855–59 (1855–57 American Party); Senate 1865–77.

    Crago, Thomas Spencer (R Pa.) Aug. 8, 1866–Sept. 12, 1925; House 1911–13, 1915–21, Sept. 20, 1921–23.

    Craig, Alexander Kerr (D Pa.) Feb. 21, 1828–July 29, 1892; House Feb. 26–July 29, 1892.

    Craig, George Henry (R Ala.) Dec. 25, 1845–Jan. 26, 1923; House Jan. 9–March 3, 1885.

    Craig, Hector (J N.Y.) 1775–Jan. 31, 1842; House 1823–25 (no party), 1829–July 12, 1830.

    Craig, James (D Mo.) Feb. 28, 1818–Oct. 22, 1888; House 1857–61.

    Craig, Larry Edwin (R Idaho) July 20, 1945–; House 1981–91; Senate 1991–; chair Senate Veterans’ Affairs 2005–07.

    Craig, Robert (D Va.) 1792–Nov. 25, 1852; House 1829–33 (Jacksonian), 1835–41.

    Craig, Samuel Alfred (R Pa.) Nov. 19, 1839–March 17, 1920; House 1889–91.

    Craig, William Benjamin (D Ala.) Nov. 2, 1877–Nov. 27, 1925; House 1907–11.

    Craige, Francis Burton (D N.C.) March 13, 1811–Dec. 30, 1875; House 1853–61.

    Craik, William (F Md.) Oct. 31, 1761–prior to 1814; House Dec. 5, 1796–1801.

    Crail, Joe (R Calif.) Dec. 25, 1877–March 2, 1938; House 1927–33.

    Crain, William Henry (D Texas) Nov. 25, 1848–Feb. 10, 1896; House 1885–Feb. 10, 1896.

    Craley, Nathaniel Nieman Jr. (D Pa.) Nov. 17, 1927–; House 1965–67.

    Cramer, John (J N.Y.) May 17, 1779–June 1, 1870; House 1833–37.

    Cramer, Robert E. “Bud” Jr. (D Ala.) Aug. 22, 1947–; House 1991–.

    Cramer, William Cato (R Fla.) Aug. 4, 1922–Oct. 18, 2003; House 1955–71.

    Cramton, Louis Convers (R Mich.) Dec. 2, 1875–June 23, 1966; House 1913–31.

    Crane, Daniel Bever (brother of Philip Miller Crane) (R Ill.) Jan. 10, 1936–; House 1979–85.

    Crane, Joseph Halsey (W Ohio) Aug. 31, 1782–Nov. 13, 1851; House 1829–37 (1829–33 no party, 1833–35 Anti-Jacksonian).

    Crane, Philip Miller (brother of Daniel Bever Crane) (R Ill.) Nov. 3, 1930–; House Nov. 25, 1969–2005.

    Crane, Winthrop Murray (R Mass.) April 23, 1853–Oct. 2, 1920; Senate Oct. 12, 1904–13; Gov. Jan. 4, 1900–Jan. 8, 1903.

    Cranford, John Walter (D Texas) 1862–March 3, 1899; House 1897–March 3, 1899.

    Cranston, Alan (D Calif.) June 19, 1914–Dec. 31, 2000; Senate 1969–93; chair Senate Veterans’ Affairs 1977–81, 1987–93.

    Cranston, Henry Young (brother of Robert Bennie Cranston) (W R.I.) Oct. 9, 1789–Feb. 12, 1864; House 1843–47 (1843–45 Law & Order).

    Cranston, Robert Bennie (brother of Henry Young Cranston) (W R.I.) Jan. 14, 1791–Jan. 27, 1873; House 1837–43, 1847–49.

    Crapo, Michael D. (R Idaho) May 20, 1951–; House 1993–99; Senate 1999–.

    Crapo, William Wallace (R Mass.) May 16, 1830–Feb. 28, 1926; House Nov. 2, 1875–83.

    Crary, Isaac Edwin (D Mich.) Oct. 2, 1804–May 8, 1854; House Jan. 26, 1837–41 (Jan. 26–March 3, 1837 Jacksonian).

    Cravens, James Addison (second cousin of James Harrison Cravens) (D Ind.) Nov. 4, 1818–June 20, 1893; House 1861–65.

    Cravens, James Harrison (second cousin of James Addison Cravens) (W Ind.) Aug. 2, 1802–Dec. 4, 1876; House 1841–43.

    Cravens, Jordan Edgar (cousin of William Ben Cravens) (D Ark.) Nov. 7, 1830–April 8, 1914; House 1877–83 (1877–79 Independent Democrat).

    Cravens, William Ben (father of William Fadjo Cravens, cousin of Jordan Edgar Cravens) (D Ark.) Jan. 17, 1872–Jan. 13, 1939; House 1907–13, 1933–Jan. 13, 1939.

    Cravens, William Fadjo (son of William Ben Cravens) (D Ark.) Feb. 15, 1899–April 16, 1974; House Sept. 12, 1939–49.

    Crawford, Coe Isaac (R S.D.) Jan. 14, 1858–April 25, 1944; Senate 1909–15; Gov. Jan. 8, 1907–Jan. 5, 1909.

    Crawford, Fred Lewis (R Mich.) May 5, 1888–April 13, 1957; House 1935–53.

    Crawford, George Washington (W Ga.) Dec. 22, 1798–July 27, 1872; House Jan. 7–March 3, 1843; Gov. Nov. 8, 1843–Nov. 3, 1847; secretary of war March 8, 1849–July 23, 1850.

    Crawford, Joel (R Ga.) June 15, 1783–April 5, 1858; House 1817–21.

    Crawford, Martin Jenkins (D Ga.) March 17, 1820–July 23, 1883; House 1855–Jan. 23, 1861.

    Crawford, Thomas Hartley (J Pa.) Nov. 14, 1786–Jan. 27, 1863; House 1829–33.

    Crawford, William (R Pa.) 1760–Oct. 23, 1823; House 1809–17.

    Crawford, William Harris (– Ga.) Feb. 24, 1772–Sept. 15, 1834; Senate Nov. 7, 1807–March 23, 1813; elected pres. pro tempore March 24, 1812; secretary of war Aug. 1, 1815–Oct. 22, 1816; secretary of the Treasury Oct. 22, 1816–March 6, 1825.

    Crawford, William Thomas (D N.C.) June 1, 1856–Nov. 16, 1913; House 1891–95, 1899–May 10, 1900, 1907–09.

    Creager, Charles Edward (R Okla.) April 28, 1873–Jan. 11, 1964; House 1909–11.

    Creal, Edward Wester (D Ky.) Nov. 20, 1883–Oct. 13, 1943; House Nov. 5, 1935–Oct. 13, 1943.

    Creamer, Thomas James (D N.Y.) May 26, 1843–Aug. 4, 1914; House 1873–75, 1901–03.

    Crebs, John Montgomery (D Ill.) April 9, 1830–June 26, 1890; House 1869–73.

    Creely, John Vaudain (IR Pa.) Nov. 14, 1839–Sept. 28, 1900; House 1871–73.

    Creighton, William Jr. (R Ohio) Oct. 29, 1778–Oct. 1, 1851; House May 4, 1813–17, 1827–28, 1829–33.

    Cremeans, Frank A. (R Ohio) April 5, 1943–Jan. 2, 2003; House 1995–97.

    Crenshaw, Ander (R Fla.) Sept. 1, 1944–; House 2001–.

    Creswell, John Angel James (R Md.) Nov. 18, 1828–Dec. 23, 1891; House 1863–65; Senate March 9, 1865–67; postmaster general March 6, 1869–July 6, 1874.

    Cretella, Albert William (R Conn.) April 22, 1897–May 24, 1979; House 1953–59.

    Crippa, Edward David (R Wyo.) April 8, 1899–Oct. 20, 1960; Senate June 24–Nov. 28, 1954.

    Crisfeld, John Woodland (U Md.) Nov. 8, 1806–Jan. 12, 1897; House 1847–49 (Whig), 1861–63.

    Crisp, Charles Frederick (father of Charles Robert Crisp) (D Ga.) Jan. 29, 1845–Oct. 23, 1896; House 1883–Oct. 23, 1896; Speaker Dec. 8, 1891–93, Aug. 7, 1893–95.

    Crisp, Charles Robert (son of Charles Frederick Crisp) (D Ga.) Oct. 19, 1870–Feb. 7, 1937; House Dec. 19, 1896–97, 1913–Oct. 7, 1932.

    Crist, Henry (R Ky.) Oct. 20, 1764–Aug. 11, 1844; House 1809–11.

    Critcher, John (D Va.) March 11, 1820–Sept. 27, 1901; House 1871–73.

    Crittenden, John Jordan (uncle of Thomas Theodore Crittenden) (U Ky.) Sept. 10, 1786–July 26, 1863; Senate 1817–19 (no party), 1835–41 (Whig), March 31, 1842–June 12, 1848 (Whig), 1855–61 (Whig); House 1861–63; Gov. June 1, 1848–July 1850 (Whig); attorney general March 5–Sept. 13, 1841, July 22, 1850–March 3, 1853.

    Crittenden, Thomas Theodore (nephew of John Jordan Crittenden) (D Mo.) Jan. 1, 1832–May 29, 1909; House 1873–75, 1877–79; Gov. Jan. 10, 1881–Jan. 12, 1885.

    Crocheron, Henry (brother of Jacob Crocheron) (R N.Y.) Dec. 26, 1772–Nov. 8, 1819; House 1815–17.

    Crocheron, Jacob (brother of Henry Crocheron) (J N.Y.) Aug. 23, 1774–Dec. 27, 1849; House 1829–31.

    Crocker, Alvah (R Mass.) Oct. 14, 1801–Dec. 26, 1874; House Jan. 2, 1872–Dec. 26, 1874.

    Crocker, Samuel Leonard (W Mass.) March 31, 1804–Feb. 10, 1883; House 1853–55.

    Crockett, David (father of John Wesley Crockett) (AJ Tenn.) Aug. 17, 1786–March 6, 1836; House 1827–31 (no party), 1833–35.

    Crockett, George William Jr. (D Mich.) Aug. 10, 1909–Sept. 7, 1997; House Nov. 12, 1980–91.

    Crockett, John Wesley (son of David Crockett) (W Tenn.) July 10, 1807–Nov. 24, 1852; House 1837–41.

    Croft, George William (father of Theodore Gaillard Croft) (D S.C.) Dec. 20, 1846–March 10, 1904; House 1903–March 10, 1904.

    Croft, Theodore Gaillard (son of George William Croft) (D S.C.) Nov. 26, 1874–March 23, 1920; House May 17, 1904–05.

    Croll, William Martin (D Pa.) April 9, 1866–Oct. 21, 1929; House 1923–25.

    Cromer, George Washington (R Ind.) May 13, 1856–Nov. 8, 1936; House 1899–1907.

    Cronin, Paul William (R Mass.) March 14, 1938–April 5, 1997; House 1973–75.

    Crook, Thurman Charles (D Ind.) July 18, 1891–Oct. 23, 1981; House 1949–51.

    Crooke, Philip Schuyler (R N.Y.) March 2, 1810–March 17, 1881; House 1873–75.

    Crosby, Charles Noel (D Pa.) Sept. 29, 1876–Jan. 26, 1951; House 1933–39.

    Crosby, John Crawford (D Mass.) June 15, 1859–Oct. 14, 1943; House 1891–93.

    Cross, Edward (D Ark.) Nov. 11, 1798–April 6, 1887; House 1839–45.

    Cross, Oliver Harlan (D Texas) July 13, 1868–April 24, 1960; House 1929–37.

    Crosser, Robert (D Ohio) June 7, 1874–June 3, 1957; House 1913–19, 1923–55; chair House Interstate and Foreign Commerce 1949–53.

    Crossland, Edward (D Ky.) June 30, 1827–Sept. 11, 1881; House 1871–75.

    Crouch, Edward (R Pa.) Nov. 9, 1764–Feb. 2, 1827; House Oct. 12, 1813–15.

    Crounse, Lorenzo (R Neb.) Jan. 27, 1834–May 13, 1909; House 1873–77; Gov. Jan. 13, 1893–Jan. 3, 1895.

    Crouse, George Washington (R Ohio) Nov. 23, 1832–Jan. 5, 1912; House 1887–89.

    Crow, Charles Augustus (R Mo.) March 31, 1873–March 20, 1938; House 1909–11.

    Crow, William Evans (father of William Josiah Crow) (R Pa.) March 10, 1870–Aug. 2, 1922; Senate Oct. 24, 1921–Aug. 2, 1922.

    Crow, William Josiah (son of William Evans Crow) (R Pa.) Jan. 22, 1902–Oct. 13, 1974; House 1947–49.

    Crowe, Eugene Burgess (D Ind.) Jan. 5, 1878–May 12, 1970; House 1931–41.

    Crowell, John (– Ala.) Sept. 18, 1780–June 25, 1846; House (Terr. Del.) Jan. 29, 1818–19, (Rep.) Dec. 14, 1819–21.

    Crowell, John (W Ohio) Sept. 15, 1801–March 8, 1883; House 1847–51.

    Crowley, Joseph (D N.Y.) March 16, 1962–; House 1999–.

    Crowley, Joseph Burns (D Ohio) July 19, 1858–June 25, 1931; House 1899–1905.

    Crowley, Miles (D Texas) Feb. 22, 1859–Sept. 22, 1921; House 1895–97.

    Crowley, Richard (R N.Y.) Dec. 14, 1836–July 22, 1908; House 1879–83.

    Crowninshield, Benjamin Williams (brother of Jacob Crowninshield) (– Mass.) Dec. 27, 1772–Feb. 3, 1851; House 1823–31; secretary of the navy Jan. 16, 1815–Sept. 30, 1818.

    Crowninshield, Jacob (brother of Benjamin Williams Crowninshield) (R Mass.) March 31, 1770–April 15, 1808; House 1803–April 15, 1808.

    Crowther, Frank (R N.Y.) July 10, 1870–July 20, 1955; House 1919–43.

    Crowther, George Calhoun (R Mo.) Jan. 26, 1849–March 18, 1914; House 1895–97.

    Croxton, Thomas (D Va.) March 8, 1822–July 3, 1903; House 1885–87.

    Crozier, John Hervey (W Tenn.) Feb. 10, 1812–Oct. 25, 1889; House 1845–49.

    Crozier, Robert (R Kan.) Oct. 13, 1827–Oct. 2, 1895; Senate Nov. 24, 1873–Feb. 12, 1874.

    Crudup, Josiah (– N.C.) Jan. 13, 1791–May 20, 1872; House 1821–23.

    Cruger, Daniel (R N.Y.) Dec. 22, 1780–July 12, 1843; House 1817–19.

    Crump, Edward Hull (D Tenn.) Oct. 2, 1874–Oct. 16, 1954; House 1931–35.

    Crump, George William (– Va.) Sept. 26, 1786–Oct. 1, 1848; House Jan. 21, 1826–27.

    Crump, Rousseau Owen (R Mich.) May 20, 1843–May 1, 1901; House 1895–May 1, 1901.

    Crumpacker, Edgar Dean (father of Maurice Edgar Crumpacker, cousin of Shepard J. Crumpacker Jr.) (R Ind.) May 27, 1851–May 19, 1920; House 1897–1913.

    Crumpacker, Maurice Edgar (son of Edgar Dean Crumpacker, cousin of Shepard J. Crumpacker Jr.) (R Ore.) Dec. 19, 1886–July 24, 1927; House 1925–July 24, 1927.

    Crumpacker, Shepard J. Jr. (cousin of Edgar Dean Crumpacker and Maurice Edgar Crumpacker) (R Ind.) Feb. 13, 1917–Oct. 14, 1986; House 1951–57.

    Crutchfield, William (R Tenn.) Nov. 16, 1824–Jan. 24, 1890; House 1873–75.

    Cubin, Barbara (R Wyo.) Nov. 30, 1946–; House 1995–.

    Cuellar, Henry Roberto (D Texas) Sept. 19, 1955–; House 2005–.

    Culberson, Charles Allen (son of David Browning Culberson) (D Texas) June 10, 1855–March 19, 1925; Senate 1899–1923; Gov. Jan. 15, 1895–Jan. 17, 1899.

    Culberson, David Browning (father of Charles Allen Culberson, great-great uncle of John A. Culberson) (D Texas) Sept. 29, 1830–May 7, 1900; House 1875–97.

    Culberson, John A. (R Texas) (great-great nephew of David Browning Culberson) Aug. 24, 1956–; House 2001–.

    Culbertson, William Constantine (R Pa.) Nov. 25, 1825–May 24, 1906; House 1889–91.

    Culbertson, William Wirt (R Ky.) Sept. 22, 1835–Oct. 31, 1911; House 1883–85.

    Culbreth, Thomas (R Md.) April 13, 1786–April 16, 1843; House 1817–21.

    Culkin, Francis Dugan (R N.Y.) Nov. 10, 1874–Aug. 4, 1943; House Nov. 6, 1928–Aug. 4, 1943.

    Cullen, Elisha Dickerson (AP Del.) April 23, 1799–Feb. 8, 1862; House 1855–57.

    Cullen, Thomas Henry (D N.Y.) March 29, 1868–March 1, 1944; House 1919–March 1, 1944.

    Cullen, William (R Ill.) March 4, 1826–Jan. 17, 1914; House 1881–85.

    Cullom, Alvan (brother of William Cullom, uncle of Shelby Moore Cullom) (D Tenn.) Sept. 4, 1797–July 20, 1877; House 1843–47.

    Cullom, Shelby Moore (nephew of Alvan Cullom and William Cullom) (R Ill.) Nov. 22, 1829–Jan. 28, 1914; House 1865–71; Senate 1883–1913; Senate majority leader 1911–13; Gov. Jan. 8, 1877–Feb. 8, 1883.

    Cullom, William (brother of Alvan Cullom, uncle of Shelby Moore Cullom) (W Tenn.) June 4, 1810–Dec. 6, 1896; House 1851–55.

    Cullop, William Allen (D Ind.) March 28, 1853–Oct. 9, 1927; House 1909–17.

    Culpepper, John (F N.C.) 1761–Jan. 1841; House 1807–Jan. 2, 1808, Feb. 23, 1808–09, 1813–17, 1819–21, 1823–25, 1827–29.

    Culver, Charles Vernon (R Pa.) Sept. 6, 1830–Jan. 10, 1909; House 1865–67.

    Culver, Erastus Dean (W N.Y.) March 15, 1803–Oct. 13, 1889; House 1845–47.

    Culver, John Chester (D Iowa) Aug. 8, 1932–; House 1965–75; Senate 1975–81.

    Cumback, William (R Ind.) March 24, 1829–July 31, 1905; House 1855–57.

    Cumming, Thomas William (D N.Y.) 1814 or 1815–Oct. 13, 1855; House 1853–55.

    Cummings, Amos Jay (D N.Y.) May 15, 1841–May 2, 1902; House 1887–89, Nov. 5, 1889–Nov. 21, 1894, Nov. 5, 1895–May 2, 1902.

    Cummings, Elijah E. (D Md.) Jan. 18, 1951–; House April 25, 1996–.

    Cummings, Fred Nelson (D Colo.) Sept. 18, 1864–Nov. 10, 1952; House 1933–41.

    Cummings, Henry Johnson Brodhead (R Iowa) May 21, 1831–April 16, 1909; House 1877–79.

    Cummings, Herbert Wesley (D Pa.) July 13, 1873–March 4, 1956; House 1923–25.

    Cummins, Albert Baird (R Iowa) Feb. 15, 1850–July 30, 1926; Senate Nov. 24, 1908–July 30, 1926; elected pres. pro tempore May 19, 1919, March 7, 1921; Gov. Jan. 16, 1902–Nov. 24, 1908.

    Cummins, John D. (D Ohio) 1791–Sept. 11, 1849; House 1845–49.

    Cunningham, Francis Alanson (D Ohio) Nov. 9, 1804–Aug. 16, 1864; House 1845–47.

    Cunningham, Glenn Clarence (R Neb.) Sept. 10, 1912–Dec. 18, 2003; House 1957–71.

    Cunningham, John Edward III (R Wash.) March 27, 1931–; House May 17, 1977–79.

    Cunningham, Paul Harvey (R Iowa) June 15, 1890–July 16, 1961; House 1941–59.

    Cunningham, Randall “Duke” (R Calif.) Dec. 8, 1941–; House 1991–Dec. 1, 2005.

    Curley, Edward Walter (D N.Y.) May 23, 1873–Jan. 6, 1940; House Nov. 5, 1935–Jan. 6, 1940.

    Curley, James Michael (D Mass.) Nov. 20, 1874–Nov. 12, 1958; House 1911–Feb. 4, 1914, 1943–47; Gov. Jan. 3, 1935–Jan. 7, 1937.

    Curlin, William Prather Jr. (D Ky.) Nov. 30, 1933–; House Dec. 4, 1971–73.

    Currie, Gilbert Archibald (R Mich.) Sept. 19, 1882–June 5, 1960; House 1917–21.

    Currier, Frank Dunklee (R N.H.) Oct. 30, 1853–Nov. 25, 1921; House 1901–13.

    Curry, Charles Forrest (father of Charles Forrest Curry Jr.) (R Calif.) March 14, 1858–Oct. 10, 1930; House 1913–Oct. 10, 1930.

    Curry, Charles Forrest Jr. (son of Charles Forrest Curry) (R Calif.) Aug. 13, 1893–Oct. 7, 1972; House 1931–33.

    Curry, George (R N.M.) April 3, 1861–Nov. 27, 1947; House Jan. 8, 1912–13; Gov. (N.M. Terr.) 1907–11.

    Curry, Jabez Lamar Monroe (D Ala.) June 5, 1825–Feb. 12, 1903; House 1857–Jan. 21, 1861.

    Curtin, Andrew Gregg (D Pa.) April 22, 1815–Oct. 7, 1894; House 1881–87; Gov. Jan. 15, 1861–Jan. 15, 1867 (Republican).

    Curtin, Willard Sevier (R Pa.) Nov. 18, 1905–Feb. 4, 1996; House 1957–67.

    Curtis, Carl Thomas (R Neb.) March 15, 1905–Jan. 24, 2000; House 1939–Dec. 31, 1954; Senate Jan. 1, 1955–79.

    Curtis, Carlton Brandaga (R Pa.) Dec. 17, 1811–March 17, 1883; House 1851–55 (Democrat), 1873–75.

    Curtis, Charles (R Kan.) Jan. 25, 1860–Feb. 8, 1936; House 1893–Jan. 28, 1907; Senate Jan. 29, 1907–13, 1915–29; elected pres. pro tempore Dec. 4, 1911 (to serve Dec. 4–Dec. 12, 1911); Senate majority leader Nov. 28, 1924–29; vice president 1929–33.

    Curtis, Edward (W N.Y.) Oct. 25, 1801–Aug. 2, 1856; House 1837–41.

    Curtis, George Martin (R Iowa) April 1, 1844–Feb. 9, 1921; House 1895–99.

    Curtis, Laurence (R Mass.) Sept. 3, 1893–July 11, 1989; House 1953–63.

    Curtis, Newton Martin (R N.Y.) May 21, 1835–Jan. 8, 1910; House Nov. 3, 1891–97.

    Curtis, Samuel Ryan (R Iowa) Feb. 3, 1805–Dec. 25, 1866; House 1857–Aug. 4, 1861.

    Curtis, Thomas Bradford (R Mo.) May 14, 1911–Jan. 10, 1993; House 1951–69.

    Cusack, Thomas (D Ill.) Oct. 5, 1858–Nov. 19, 1926; House 1899–1901.

    Cushing, Caleb (W Mass.) Jan. 17, 1800–Jan. 2, 1879; House 1835–43; attorney general March 7, 1853–March 3, 1857.

    Cushman, Francis Wellington (R Wash.) May 8, 1867–July 6, 1909; House 1899–July 6, 1909.

    Cushman, John Paine (F N.Y.) March 8, 1784–Sept. 16, 1848; House 1817–19.

    Cushman, Joshua (– Maine) April 11, 1761–Jan. 27, 1834; House 1819–21 (Mass.), 1821–25.

    Cushman, Samuel (D N.H.) June 8, 1783–May 20, 1851; House 1835–39 (1835–37 Jacksonian).

    Cutcheon, Byron M. (R Mich.) May 11, 1836–April 12, 1908; House 1883–91.

    Cuthbert, Alfred (brother of John Alfred Cuthbert) (R Ga.) Dec. 23, 1785–July 9, 1856; House Dec. 13, 1813–Nov. 9, 1816, 1821–27; Senate Jan. 12, 1835–43.

    Cuthbert, John Alfred (brother of Alfred Cuthbert) (– Ga.) June 3, 1788–Sept. 22, 1881; House 1819–21.

    Cutler, Augustus William (D N.J.) Oct. 22, 1827–Jan. 1, 1897; House 1875–79.

    Cutler, Manasseh (F Mass.) May 13, 1742–July 28, 1823; House 1801–05.

    Cutler, William Parker (R Ohio) July 12, 1812–April 11, 1889; House 1861–63.

    Cutting, Bronson Murray (R N.M.) June 23, 1888–May 6, 1935; Senate Dec. 29, 1927–Dec. 6, 1928, 1929–May 6, 1935.

    Cutting, Francis Brockholst (D N.Y.) Aug. 6, 1804–June 26, 1870; House 1853–55.

    Cutting, John Tyler (R Calif.) Sept. 7, 1844–Nov. 24, 1911; House 1891–93.

    Cutts, Charles (F N.H.) Jan. 31, 1769–Jan. 25, 1846; Senate June 21, 1810–March 3, 1813, April 2–June 10, 1813.

    Cutts, Marsena Edgar (R Iowa) May 22, 1833–Sept. 1, 1883; House 1881–Sept. 1, 1883.

    Cutts, Richard (R Mass.) June 28, 1771–April 7, 1845; House 1801–13.

    Members of Congress - D

    Daddario, Emilio Quincy (D Conn.) Sept. 24, 1918–; House 1959–71.

    Daggett, David (F Conn.) Dec. 31, 1764–April 12, 1851; Senate May 13, 1813–19.

    Daggett, Rollin Mallory (R Nev.) Feb. 22, 1831–Nov. 12, 1901; House 1879–81.

    Dague, Paul Bartram (R Pa.) May 19, 1898–Dec. 2, 1974; House 1947–67.

    Dahle, Herman Bjorn (R Wis.) March 30, 1855–April 25, 1920; House 1899–1903.

    Daily, Samuel Gordon (R Neb.) 1823–Aug. 15, 1866; House (Terr. Del.) May 18, 1860–65.

    Dale, Harry Howard (D N.Y.) Dec. 3, 1868–Nov. 17, 1935; House 1913–Jan. 6, 1919.

    Dale, Porter Hinman (R Vt.) March 1, 1867–Oct. 6, 1933; House 1915–Aug. 11, 1923; Senate Nov. 7, 1923–Oct. 6, 1933.

    Dale, Thomas Henry (R Pa.) June 12, 1846–Aug. 21, 1912; House 1905–07.

    D’Alesandro, Thomas Jr. (father of Nancy Pelosi) (D Md.) Aug. 1, 1903–Aug. 23, 1987; House 1939–May 16, 1947.

    Dallas, George Mifflin (great-great-great-uncle of Claiborne de Borda Pell) (D Pa.) July 10, 1792–Dec. 31, 1864; Senate Dec. 13, 1831–33; vice president 1845–49.

    Dallinger, Frederick William (R Mass.) Oct. 2, 1871–Sept. 5, 1955; House 1915–25, Nov. 2, 1926–Oct. 1, 1932.

    Dalton, Tristram (– Mass.) May 28, 1738–May 30, 1817; Senate 1789–91; Cont. Cong. (elected but did not attend) 1783, 1784.

    Daly, John Burrwood (D Pa.) Feb. 13, 1872–March 12, 1939; House 1935–March 12, 1939.

    Daly, William Davis (D N.J.) June 4, 1851–July 31, 1900; House 1899–July 31, 1900.

    Dalzell, John (R Pa.) April 19, 1845–Oct. 2, 1927; House 1887–1913.

    D’Amato, Alfonse Marcello (R N.Y.) Aug. 1, 1937–; Senate 1981–99; chair Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs 1995–99.

    D’Amours, Norman Edward (D N.H.) Oct. 14, 1937–; House 1975–85.

    Damrell, William Shapleigh (R Mass.) Nov. 29, 1809–May 17, 1860; House 1855–59 (1855–57 American Party).

    Dana, Amasa (D N.Y.) Oct. 19, 1792–Dec. 24, 1867; House 1839–41, 1843–45.

    Dana, Judah (D Maine) April 25, 1772–Dec. 27, 1845; Senate Dec. 7, 1836–37.

    Dana, Samuel (R Mass.) June 26, 1767–Nov. 20, 1835; House Sept. 22, 1814–15.

    Dana, Samuel Whittlesey (F Conn.) Feb. 13, 1760–July 21, 1830; House Jan. 3, 1797–May 10, 1810 (no party); Senate May 10, 1810–21.

    Danaher, John Anthony (R Conn.) Jan. 9, 1899–Sept. 22, 1990; Senate 1939–45.

    Dane, Joseph (– Maine) Oct. 25, 1778–May 1, 1858; House Nov. 6, 1820–23.

    Danford, Lorenzo (R Ohio) Oct. 18, 1829–June 19, 1899; House 1873–79, 1895–June 19, 1899.

    Danforth, Henry Gold (R N.Y.) June 14, 1854–April 8, 1918; House 1911–17.

    Danforth, John Claggett (R Mo.) Sept. 5, 1936–; Senate Dec. 27, 1976–95; chair Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation 1985–87.

    Daniel, Charles Ezra (D S.C.) Nov. 11, 1895–Sept. 13, 1964; Senate Sept. 6–Dec. 23, 1954.

    Daniel, Henry (J Ky.) March 15, 1786–Oct. 5, 1873; House 1827–33.

    Daniel, John Reeves Jones (D N.C.) Jan. 13, 1802–June 22, 1868; House 1841–53.

    Daniel, John Warwick (D Va.) Sept. 5, 1842–June 29, 1910; House 1885–87; Senate 1887–June 29, 1910.

    Daniel, Price Marion (D Texas) Oct. 10, 1910–Aug. 25, 1988; Senate 1953–Jan. 14, 1957; Gov. Jan. 15, 1957–Jan. 15, 1963.

    Daniel, Robert Williams Jr. (R Va.) March 17, 1936–; House 1973–83.

    Daniel, Wilbur Clarence “Dan” (D Va.) May 12, 1914–Jan. 23, 1988; House 1969–Jan. 23, 1988.

    Daniell, Warren Fisher (D N.H.) June 26, 1826–July 30, 1913; House 1891–93.

    Daniels, Charles (R N.Y.) March 24, 1825–Dec. 20, 1897; House 1893–97.

    Daniels, Dominick Vincent (D N.J.) Oct. 18, 1908–July 17, 1987; House 1959–77.

    Daniels, Milton John (R Calif.) April 18, 1838–Dec. 1, 1914; House 1903–05.

    Danielson, George Elmore (D Calif.) Feb. 20, 1915–Sept. 12, 1998; House 1971–March 9, 1982.

    Dannemeyer, William Edwin (R Calif.) Sept. 22, 1929–; House 1979–93.

    Danner, Joel Buchanan (D Pa.) 1804–July 29, 1885; House Dec. 2, 1850–51.

    Danner, Patsy Ann “Pat” (D Mo.) Jan. 13, 1934–; House 1993–2001.

    Darby, Ezra (R N.J.) June 7, 1768–Jan. 27, 1808; House 1805–Jan. 27, 1808.

    Darby, Harry (R Kan.) Jan. 23, 1895–Jan. 17, 1987; Senate Dec. 2, 1949–Nov. 28, 1950.

    Darby, John Fletcher (W Mo.) Dec. 10, 1803–May 11, 1882; House 1851–53.

    Darden, Colgate Whitehead Jr. (D Va.) Feb. 11, 1897–June 9, 1981; House 1933–37, 1939–March 1, 1941; Gov. Jan. 21, 1942–Jan. 16, 1946.

    Darden, George “Buddy” (D Ga.) Nov. 22, 1943–; House Nov. 8, 1983–95.

    Dargan, Edmund Strother (D Ala.) April 15, 1805–Nov. 22, 1879; House 1845–47.

    Dargan, George William (great-grandson of Lemuel Benton) (D S.C.) May 11, 1841–June 29, 1898; House 1883–91.

    Darling, Mason Cook (D Wis.) May 18, 1801–March 12, 1866; House June 9, 1848–49.

    Darling, William Augustus (R N.Y.) Dec. 27, 1817–May 26, 1895; House 1865–67.

    Darlington, Edward (cousin of Isaac Darlington and William Darlington, second cousin of Smedley Darlington) (AMas. Pa.) Sept. 17, 1795–Nov. 21, 1884; House 1833–39.

    Darlington, Isaac (cousin of Edward Darlington and William Darlington, second cousin of Smedley Darlington) (F Pa.) Dec. 13, 1781–April 27, 1839; House 1817–19.

    Darlington, Smedley (second cousin of Edward Darlington, Isaac Darlington, and William Darlington) (R Pa.) Dec. 24, 1827–June 24, 1899; House 1887–91.

    Darlington, William (cousin of Edward Darlington and Isaac Darlington, second cousin of Smedley Darlington) (R Pa.) April 28, 1782–April 23, 1863; House 1815–17, 1819–23.

    Darragh, Archibald Bard (R Mich.) Dec. 23, 1840–Feb. 21, 1927; House 1901–09.

    Darragh, Cornelius (W Pa.) 1809–Dec. 22, 1854; House March 26, 1844–47.

    Darrall, Chester Bidwell (R La.) June 24, 1842–Jan. 1, 1908; House 1869–Feb. 20, 1878, 1881–83.

    Darrow, George Potter (R Pa.) Feb. 4, 1859–June 7, 1943; House 1915–37, 1939–41.

    Daschle, Thomas Andrew (D S.D.) Dec. 9, 1947–; House 1979–87; Senate 1987–2005; Senate minority leader 1995–2001, Jan. 20–June 6, 2001, 2003–05; Senate majority leader Jan. 3–Jan. 20, 2001, June 6, 2001–03.

    Daub, Harold John “Hal” Jr. (R Neb.) April 23, 1941–; House 1981–89.

    Daugherty, James Alexander (D Mo.) Aug. 30, 1847–Jan. 26, 1920; House 1911–13.

    Daughton, Ralph Hunter (D Va.) Sept. 23, 1885–Dec. 22, 1958; House Nov. 7, 1944–47.

    Davee, Thomas (D Maine) Dec. 9, 1797–Dec. 9, 1841; House 1837–41.

    Davenport, Franklin (F N.J.) Sept. 1755–July 27, 1832; Senate Dec. 5, 1798–99; House 1799–1801.

    Davenport, Frederick Morgan (R N.Y.) Aug. 27, 1866–Dec. 26, 1956; House 1925–33.

    Davenport, Harry James (D Pa.) Aug. 28, 1902–Dec. 19, 1977; House 1949–51.

    Davenport, Ira (R N.Y.) June 28, 1841–Oct. 6, 1904; House 1885–89.

    Davenport, James (brother of John Davenport of Conn.) (F Conn.) Oct. 12, 1758–Aug. 3, 1797; House Dec. 5, 1796–Aug. 3, 1797.

    Davenport, James Sanford (D Okla.) Sept. 21, 1864–Jan. 3, 1940; House Nov. 16, 1907–09, 1911–17.

    Davenport, John (brother of James Davenport) (F Conn.) Jan. 16, 1752–Nov. 28, 1830; House 1799–1817.

    Davenport, John (– Ohio) Jan. 9, 1788–July 18, 1855; House 1827–29.

    Davenport, Samuel Arza (R Pa.) Jan. 15, 1834–Aug. 1, 1911; House 1897–1901.

    Davenport, Stanley Woodward (D Pa.) July 21, 1861–Sept. 26, 1921; House 1899–1901.

    Davenport, Thomas (AJ Va.) ?–Nov. 18, 1838; House 1825–35 (1825–29 no party, 1829–33 Jacksonian).

    Davey, Martin Luther (D Ohio) July 25, 1884–March 31, 1946; House Nov. 5, 1918–21, 1923–29; Gov. Jan. 14, 1935–Jan. 9, 1939.

    Davey, Robert Charles (D La.) Oct. 22, 1853–Dec. 26, 1908; House 1893–95, 1897–Dec. 26, 1908.

    Davidson, Alexander Caldwell (D Ala.) Dec. 26, 1826–Nov. 6, 1897; House 1885–89.

    Davidson, Irwin Delmore (D/L N.Y.) Jan. 2, 1906–Aug. 1, 1981; House 1955–Dec. 31, 1956.

    Davidson, James Henry (R Wis.) June 18, 1858–Aug. 6, 1918; House 1897–1913, 1917–Aug. 6, 1918.

    Davidson, Robert Hamilton McWhorta (D Fla.) Sept. 23, 1832–Jan. 18, 1908; House 1877–91.

    Davidson, Thomas Green (D La.) Aug. 3, 1805–Sept. 11, 1883; House 1855–61.

    Davidson, William (F N.C.) Sept. 12, 1778–Sept. 16, 1857; House Dec. 2, 1818–21.

    Davies, Edward (AMas. Pa.) Nov. 1779–May 18, 1853; House 1837–41.

    Davies, John Clay (D N.Y.) May 1, 1920–June 17, 2002; House 1949–51.

    Davila, Felix Cordova (U P.R.) Nov. 20, 1878–Dec. 3, 1938; House (Res. Comm.) Aug. 7, 1917–April 11, 1932.

    Davis, Alexander Mathews (D Va.) Jan. 17, 1833–Sept. 25, 1889; House 1873–March 5, 1874.

    Davis, Amos (brother of Garrett Davis) (AJ Ky.) Aug. 15, 1794–June 11, 1835; House 1833–35.

    Davis, Artur (D Ala.) Oct. 9, 1967–; House 2003–.

    Davis, Charles Russell (R Minn.) Sept. 17, 1849–July 29, 1930; House 1903–25.

    Davis, Clifford (D Tenn.) Nov. 18, 1897–June 8, 1970; House Feb. 15, 1940–65.

    Davis, Cushman Kellogg (R Minn.) June 16, 1838–Nov. 27, 1900; Senate 1887–Nov. 27, 1900; Gov. Jan. 7, 1874–Jan. 7, 1876.

    Davis, Danny K. (D Ill.) Sept. 6, 1941–; House 1997–.

    Davis, David (cousin of Henry Winter Davis) (I Ill.) March 9, 1815–June 26, 1886; Senate 1877–83; elected pres. pro tempore Oct. 13, 1881; assoc. justice Dec. 10, 1862–March 4, 1877.

    Davis, David (R Tenn.) Nov. 6, 1959–; House 2007–.

    Davis, Ewin Lamar (D Tenn.) Feb. 5, 1876–Oct. 23, 1949; House 1919–33.

    Davis, Garrett (brother of Amos Davis) (D Ky.) Sept. 10, 1801–Sept. 22, 1872; House 1839–47 (Whig); Senate Dec. 10, 1861–Sept. 22, 1872 (1861–67 Unionist).

    Davis, Geoffrey C. “Geoff” (R Ky.) Oct. 26, 1958–; House 2005–.

    Davis, George Royal (R Ill.) Jan. 3, 1840–Nov. 25, 1899; House 1879–85.

    Davis, George Thomas (W Mass.) Jan. 12, 1810–June 17, 1877; House 1851–53.

    Davis, Glenn Robert (R Wis.) Oct. 28, 1914–Sept. 21, 1988; House April 22, 1947–57, 1965–Dec. 31, 1974.

    Davis, Henry Gassaway (brother of Thomas Beall Davis, grandfather of Davis Elkins) (D W.Va.) Nov. 16, 1823–March 11, 1916; Senate 1871–83.

    Davis, Henry Winter (cousin of David Davis) (UU Md.) Aug. 16, 1817–Dec. 30, 1865; House 1855–61 (American Party), 1863–65.

    Davis, Horace (R Calif.) March 16, 1831–July 12, 1916; House 1877–81.

    Davis, Jack (R Ill.) Sept. 6, 1935–; House 1987–89.

    Davis, Jacob Cunningham (D Ill.) Sept. 16, 1820–Dec. 25, 1883; House Nov. 4, 1856–57.

    Davis, Jacob Erastus (D Ohio) Oct. 31, 1905–Feb. 28, 2003; House 1941–43.

    Davis, James Curran (D Ga.) May 17, 1895–Dec. 18, 1981; House 1947–63.

    Davis, James Harvey “Cyclone” (D Texas) Dec. 24, 1853–Jan. 31, 1940; House 1915–17.

    Davis, James John (R Pa.) Oct. 27, 1873–Nov. 22, 1947; Senate Dec. 2, 1930–45; secretary of labor March 5, 1921–Nov. 30, 1930.

    Davis, Jeff (D Ark.) May 6, 1862–Jan. 3, 1913; Senate 1907–Jan. 3, 1913; Gov. Jan. 8, 1901–Jan. 8, 1907.

    Davis, Jefferson Finis (D Miss.) June 3, 1808–Dec. 6, 1889; House 1845–June 1846; Senate Aug. 10, 1847–Sept. 23, 1851, 1857–Jan. 21, 1861; secretary of war March 7, 1853–March 6, 1857.

    Davis, Jim (D Fla.) Oct. 11, 1957–; House 1997–2007.

    Davis, Jo Ann S. (R Va.) June 29, 1950–; House 2001–.

    Davis, John (W Mass.) Jan. 13, 1787–April 19, 1854; House 1825–Jan. 14, 1834 (no party); Senate 1835–Jan. 5, 1841, March 24, 1845–53; Gov. Jan. 9, 1834–March 1, 1835, Jan. 7, 1841–Jan. 17, 1843.

    Davis, John (D Pa.) Aug. 7, 1788–April 1, 1878; House 1839–41.

    Davis, John (P Kan.) Aug. 9, 1826–Aug. 1, 1901; House 1891–95.

    Davis, John Givan (ALD Ind.) Oct. 10, 1810–Jan. 18, 1866; House 1851–55 (Democrat), 1857–61 (1857–59 Democrat).

    Davis, John James (father of John William Davis of W.Va.) (ID W.Va.) May 5, 1835–March 19, 1916; House 1871–75 (1871–73 Democrat).

    Davis, John Wesley (D Ind.) April 16, 1799–Aug. 22, 1859; House 1835–37 (Jacksonian), 1839–41, 1843–47; Speaker Dec. 1, 1845–47; Gov. (Ore. Terr.) 1853, 1854.

    Davis, John William (son of John James Davis) (D W.Va.) April 13, 1873–March 24, 1955; House 1911–Aug. 29, 1913.

    Davis, John William (D Ga.) Sept. 12, 1916–Oct. 3, 1992; House 1961–75.

    Davis, Joseph Jonathan (D N.C.) April 13, 1828–Aug. 7, 1892; House 1875–81.

    Davis, Lincoln (D Tenn.) Sept. 13, 1943–; House 2003–.

    Davis, Lowndes Henry (D Mo.) Dec. 13, 1836–Feb. 4, 1920; House 1879–85.

    Davis, Mendel Jackson (D S.C.) Oct. 23, 1942–May 13, 2007; House April 27, 1971–81.

    Davis, Noah (R N.Y.) Sept. 10, 1818–March 20, 1902; House 1869–July 15, 1870.

    Davis, Reuben (D Miss.) Jan. 18, 1813–Oct. 14, 1890; House 1857–Jan. 12, 1861.

    Davis, Richard David (D N.Y.) 1799–June 17, 1871; House 1841–45.

    Davis, Robert Lee (R Pa.) Oct. 29, 1893–May 5, 1967; House Nov. 8, 1932–33.

    Davis, Robert Thompson (R Mass.) Aug. 28, 1823–Oct. 29, 1906; House 1883–89.

    Davis, Robert William (R Mich.) July 31, 1932–; House 1979–93.

    Davis, Robert Wyche (D Fla.) March 15, 1849–Sept. 15, 1929; House 1897–1905.

    Davis, Roger (R Pa.) Oct. 2, 1762–Nov. 20, 1815; House 1811–15.

    Davis, Samuel (F Mass.) 1774–April 20, 1831; House 1813–15.

    Davis, Susan A. (D Calif.) April 13, 1944–; House 2001–.

    Davis, Thomas (D R.I.) Dec. 18, 1806–July 26, 1895; House 1853–55.

    Davis, Thomas Beall (brother of Henry Gassaway Davis) (D W.Va.) April 25, 1828–Nov. 26, 1911; House June 6, 1905–07.

    Davis, Thomas M. III (R Va.) Jan. 5, 1949–; House 1995–; chair House Government Reform 2003–07.

    Davis, Thomas Terry (R Ky.) ?–Nov. 15, 1807; House 1797–1803.

    Davis, Thomas Treadwell (grandson of Thomas Tredwell) (R N.Y.) Aug. 22, 1810–May 2, 1872; House 1863–67 (1863–65 Unionist).

    Davis, Timothy (R Iowa) March 29, 1794–April 27, 1872; House 1857–59.

    Davis, Timothy (R Mass.) April 12, 1821–Oct. 23, 1888; House 1855–59 (1855–57 American Party).

    Davis, Warren Ransom (N S.C.) May 8, 1793–Jan. 29, 1835; House 1827–Jan. 29, 1835 (1827–31 Jacksonian).

    Davis, William Morris (R Pa.) Aug. 16, 1815–Aug. 5, 1891; House 1861–63.

    Davison, George Mosby (R Ky.) March 23, 1855–Dec. 18, 1912; House 1897–99.

    Davy, John Madison (R N.Y.) June 29, 1835–April 21, 1909; House 1875–77.

    Dawes, Beman Gates (son of Rufus Dawes, brother of Vice Pres. Charles Gates Dawes) (R Ohio) Jan. 14, 1870–May 15, 1953; House 1905–09.

    Dawes, Henry Laurens (R Mass.) Oct. 30, 1816–Feb. 5, 1903; House 1857–75 (no party); Senate 1875–93.

    Dawes, Rufus (father of Vice Pres. Charles Gates Dawes and Beman Gates Dawes) (R Ohio) July 4, 1838–Aug. 2, 1899; House 1881–83.

    Dawson, Albert Foster (R Iowa) Jan. 26, 1872–March 9, 1949; House 1905–11.

    Dawson, John (R Va.) 1762–March 31, 1814; House 1797–March 31, 1814; Cont. Cong. 1788.

    Dawson, John Bennett (D La.) March 17, 1798–June 26, 1845; House 1841–June 26, 1845.

    Dawson, John Littleton (D Pa.) Feb. 7, 1813–Sept. 18, 1870; House 1851–55, 1863–67.

    Dawson, William (D Mo.) March 17, 1848–Oct. 12, 1929; House 1885–87.

    Dawson, William Adams (R Utah) Nov. 5, 1903–Nov. 7, 1981; House 1947–49, 1953–59.

    Dawson, William Crosby (W Ga.) Jan. 4, 1798–May 5, 1856; House Nov. 7, 1836–Nov. 13, 1841 (Nov. 7, 1836–37 State Rights Party); Senate 1849–55.

    Dawson, William Johnson (– N.C.) ?–1798; House 1793–95.

    Dawson, William Levi (D Ill.) April 26, 1886–Nov. 9, 1970; House 1943–Nov. 9, 1970; chair House Expenditures in the Executive Departments 1949–52; chair House Government Operations 1952–53, 1955–71.

    Day, Rowland (J N.Y.) March 6, 1779–Dec. 23, 1853; House 1823–25 (no party), 1833–35.

    Day, Stephen Albion (R Ill.) July 13, 1882–Jan. 5, 1950; House 1941–45.

    Day, Timothy Crane (R Ohio) Jan. 8, 1819–April 15, 1869; House 1855–57.

    Dayan, Charles (J N.Y.) July 8, 1792–Dec. 25, 1877; House 1831–33.

    Dayton, Alston Gordon (R W.Va.) Oct. 18, 1857–July 30, 1920; House 1895–March 16, 1905.

    Dayton, Mark (D Minn.) Jan. 26, 1947–; Senate 2001–07.

    Dayton, Jonathan (F N.J.) Oct. 16, 1760–Oct. 9, 1824; House 1791–99 (no party); Speaker Dec. 7, 1795–97, May 15, 1797–99; Senate 1799–1805; Cont. Cong. 1787–88.

    Dayton, William Lewis (W N.J.) Feb. 17, 1807–Dec. 1, 1864; Senate July 2, 1842–51.

    Deal, Joseph Thomas (D Va.) Nov. 19, 1860–March 7, 1942; House 1921–29.

    Deal, Nathan (R Ga.) Aug. 25, 1942–; House 1993– (1993–April 10, 1995 Democrat).

    Dean, Benjamin (D Mass.) Aug. 14, 1824–April 9, 1897; House March 28, 1878–79.

    Dean, Ezra (D Ohio) April 9, 1795–Jan. 25, 1872; House 1841–45.

    Dean, Gilbert (D N.Y.) Aug. 14, 1819–Oct. 12, 1870; House 1851–July 3, 1854.

    Dean, Josiah (R Mass.) March 6, 1748–Oct. 14, 1818; House 1807–09.

    Dean, Sidney (R Conn.) Nov. 16, 1818–Oct. 29, 1901; House 1855–59 (1855–57 American Party).

    Deane, Charles Bennett (D N.C.) Nov. 1, 1898–Nov. 24, 1969; House 1947–57.

    Dear, Cleveland (D La.) Aug. 22, 1888–Dec. 30, 1950; House 1933–37.

    Dearborn, Henry (father of Henry Alexander Scammell Dearborn) (D Mass.) Feb. 23, 1751–June 6, 1829; House 1793–97 (1793–95 no party); secretary of war March 5, 1801–March 7, 1809.

    Dearborn, Henry Alexander Scammell (son of Henry Dearborn) (AJ Mass.) March 3, 1783–July 29, 1851; House 1831–33.

    De Armond, David Albaugh (D Mo.) March 18, 1844–Nov. 23, 1909; House 1891–Nov. 23, 1909.

    Deberry, Edmund (W N.C.) Aug. 14, 1787–Dec. 12, 1859; House 1829–31 (no party), 1833–45 (1833–35 Anti-Jacksonian), 1849–51.

    Deboe, William Joseph (R Ky.) June 30, 1849–June 15, 1927; Senate 1897–1903.

    De Bolt, Rezin A. (D Mo.) Jan. 20, 1828–Oct. 30, 1891; House 1875–77.

    Deckard, Huey Joel (R Ind.) March 7, 1942–; House 1979–83.

    Decker, Perl D. (D Mo.) Sept. 10, 1875–Aug. 22, 1934; House 1913–19.

    Deconcini, Dennis Webster (D Ariz.) May 8, 1937–; Senate 1977–95; chair Senate Select Intelligence 1993–95.

    Deemer, Elias (R Pa.) Jan. 3, 1838–March 29, 1918; House 1901–07.

    Deen, Braswell Drue (D Ga.) June 28, 1893–Nov. 28, 1981; House 1933–39.

    Deering, Nathaniel Cobb (R Iowa) Sept. 2, 1827–Dec. 11, 1887; House 1877–83.

    DeFazio, Peter Anthony (D Ore.) May 27, 1947–; House 1987–.

    De Forest, Henry Schermerhorn (R N.Y.) Feb. 16, 1847–Feb. 13, 1917; House 1911–13.

    De Forest, Robert Elliott (D Conn.) Feb. 20, 1845–Oct. 1, 1924; House 1891–95.

    Defrees, Joseph Hutton (R Ind.) May 13, 1812–Dec. 21, 1885; House 1865–67.

    Degener, Edward (R Texas) Oct. 20, 1809–Sept. 11, 1890; House March 31, 1870–71.

    Degetau, Frederico (R P.R.) Dec. 5, 1862–Jan. 20, 1914; House (Res. Comm.) 1901–05.

    DeGette, Diana (D Colo.) July 29, 1957–; House 1997–.

    De Graff, John Isaac (D N.Y.) Oct. 2, 1783–July 26, 1848; House 1827–29 (no party), 1837–39.

    De Graffenreid, Reese Calhoun (D Texas) May 7, 1859–Aug. 29, 1902; House 1897–Aug. 29, 1902.

    Degraffenried, Edward (D Ala.) June 30, 1899–Nov. 5, 1974; House 1949–53.

    De Haven, John Jefferson (R Calif.) March 12, 1849–Jan. 26, 1913; House 1889–Oct. 1, 1890.

    Deitrick, Frederick Simpson (D Mass.) April 9, 1875–May 24, 1948; House 1913–15.

    De Jarnette, Daniel Coleman (ID Va.) Oct. 18, 1822–Aug. 20, 1881; House 1859–61.

    De Lacy, Emerson Hugh (D Wash.) May 9, 1910–Aug. 19, 1986; House 1945–47.

    De la Garza, Eligio “Kika” II (D Texas) Sept. 22, 1927–; House 1965–97; chair House Agriculture 1981–95.

    Delahunt, William D. (D Mass.) July 18, 1941–; House 1997–.

    De la Matyr, Gilbert (G Ind.) July 8, 1825–May 17, 1892; House 1879–81.

    De la Montanya, James (D N.Y.) March 20, 1798–April 29, 1849; House 1839–41.

    Delaney, James Joseph (D N.Y.) March 19, 1901–May 24, 1987; House 1945–47, 1949–Dec. 31, 1978; chair House Rules 1977–78.

    Delaney, John Joseph (D N.Y.) Aug. 21, 1878–Nov. 18, 1948; House March 5, 1918–19, 1931–Nov. 18, 1948.

    Delano, Charles (R Mass.) June 24, 1820–Jan. 23, 1883; House 1859–63.

    Delano, Columbus (R Ohio) June 4, 1809–Oct. 23, 1896; House 1845–47 (Whig), 1865–67, June 3, 1868–69; secretary of the interior Nov. 1, 1870–Sept. 30, 1875.

    De Lano, Milton (R N.Y.) Aug. 11, 1844–Jan. 2, 1922; House 1887–91.

    Delaplaine, Isaac Clason (D N.Y.) Oct. 27, 1817–July 17, 1866; House 1861–63.

    De Large, Robert Carlos (R S.C.) March 15, 1842–Feb. 14, 1874; House 1871–Jan. 24, 1873.

    DeLauro, Rosa (D Conn.) March 2, 1943–; House 1991–.

    DeLay, Thomas Dale (R Texas) April 8, 1947–; House 1985–June 9, 2006; House majority leader 2003–Sept. 28, 2005.

    Delgado, Francisco Afan (Nat. P.I.) Jan. 25, 1886–Oct. 27, 1964; House (Res. Comm.) 1935–Feb. 14, 1936.

    Dellay, Vincent John (D N.J.) June 23, 1907–April 16, 1999; House 1957–59 (1957 Republican).

    Dellenback, John Richard (R Ore.) Nov. 6, 1918–Dec. 7, 2002; House 1967–75.

    Dellet, James (W Ala.) Feb. 18, 1788–Dec. 21, 1848; House 1839–41, 1843–45.

    Dellums, Ronald Vernie (D Calif.) Nov. 24, 1935–; House 1971–Feb. 6, 1998; chair House District of Columbia 1979–93; chair House Armed Services 1993–95.

    De Lugo, Ron (D V.I.) Aug. 2, 1930–; House (Del.) 1973–79, 1981–95.

    Deming, Benjamin F. (AMas. Vt.) 1790–July 11, 1834; House 1833–July 11, 1834.

    Deming, Henry Champion (R Conn.) May 23, 1815–Oct. 8, 1872; House 1863–67.

    DeMint, James (R S.C.) Sept. 2, 1951–; House 1999–2005; Senate 2005–.

    De Mott, John (D N.Y.) Oct. 7, 1790–July 31, 1870; House 1845–47.

    De Motte, Mark Lindsey (R Ind.) Dec. 28, 1832–Sept. 23, 1908; House 1881–83.

    Dempsey, John Joseph (D N.M.) June 22, 1879–March 11, 1958; House 1935–41, 1951–March 11, 1958; Gov. Jan. 1, 1943–Jan. 1, 1947.

    Dempsey, Stephen Wallace (R N.Y.) May 8, 1862–March 1, 1949; House 1915–31.

    De Muth, Peter Joseph (D Pa.) Jan. 1, 1892–April 3, 1993; House 1937–39.

    DeNardis, Lawrence Joseph (R Conn.) March 18, 1938–; House 1981–83.

    Denby, Edwin (grandson of Graham Newell Fitch) (R Mich.) Feb. 18, 1870–Feb. 8, 1929; House 1905–11; secretary of the navy March 6, 1921–March 10, 1924.

    Deneen, Charles Samuel (R Ill.) May 4, 1863–Feb. 5, 1940; Senate Feb. 26, 1925–31; Gov. Jan. 9, 1905–Feb. 3, 1913.

    Denholm, Frank Edward (D S.D.) Nov. 29, 1923–; House 1971–75.

    Denison, Charles (nephew of George Denison) (D Pa.) Jan. 23, 1818–June 27, 1867; House 1863–June 27, 1867.

    Denison, Dudley Chase (nephew of Dudley Chase, cousin of Salmon Portland Chase) (R Vt.) Sept. 13, 1819–Feb. 10, 1905; House 1875–79 (1875–77 Independent Republican).

    Denison, Edward Everett (R Ill.) Aug. 28, 1873–June 17, 1953; House 1915–31.

    Denison, George (uncle of Charles Denison) (– Pa.) Feb. 22, 1790– Aug. 20, 1831; House 1819–23.

    De Nivernais, Edward James (See Livernash, Edward James.)

    Denney, Robert Vernon (R Neb.) April 11, 1916–June 26, 1981; House 1967–71.

    Denning, William (– N.Y.) April 1740–Oct. 30, 1819; House 1809–10.

    Dennis, David Worth (R Ind.) June 7, 1912–Jan. 6, 1999; House 1969–75.

    Dennis, George Robertson (D Md.) April 8, 1822–Aug. 13, 1882; Senate 1873–79.

    Dennis, John (father of John Dennis, below, uncle of Littleton Purnell Dennis) (F Md.) Dec. 17, 1771–Aug. 17, 1806; House 1797–1805.

    Dennis, John (son of John Dennis, above) (W Md.) 1807–Nov. 1, 1859; House 1837–41.

    Dennis, Littleton Purnell (nephew of John Dennis born in 1771, cousin of John Dennis born in 1807) (AJ Md.) July 21, 1786–April 14, 1834; House 1833–April 14, 1834.

    Dennison, David Short (R Ohio) July 29, 1918–Sept. 21, 2001; House 1957–59.

    Denny, Arthur Armstrong (R Wash.) June 20, 1822–Jan. 9, 1899; House (Terr. Del.) 1865–67.

    Denny, Harmar (great-grandfather of Harmar Denny Denny Jr.) (AMas. Pa.) May 13, 1794–Jan. 29, 1852; House Dec. 15, 1829–37.

    Denny, Harmar Denny Jr. (great-grandson of Harmar Denny) (R Pa.) July 2, 1886–Jan. 6, 1966; House 1951–53.

    Denny, James William (D Md.) Nov. 20, 1838–April 12, 1923; House 1899–1901, 1903–05.

    Denny, Walter McKennon (D Miss.) Oct. 28, 1853–Nov. 5, 1926; House 1895–97.

    Denoyelles, Peter (R N.Y.) 1766–May 6, 1829; House 1813–15.

    Denson, William Henry (D Ala.) March 4, 1846–Sept. 26, 1906; House 1893–95.

    Dent, Charles W. (R Pa.) May 24, 1960–; House 2005–.

    Dent, George (F Md.) 1756–Dec. 2, 1813; House 1793–1801 (1793–95 no party).

    Dent, John Herman (D Pa.) March 10, 1908–April 9, 1988; House Jan. 21, 1958–79.

    Dent, Stanley Hubert Jr. (D Ala.) Aug. 16, 1869–Oct. 6, 1938; House 1909–21.

    Dent, William Barton Wade (D Ga.) Sept. 8, 1806–Sept. 7, 1855; House 1853–55.

    Denton, George Kirkpatrick (father of Winfield Kirkpatrick Denton) (D Ind.) Nov. 17, 1864–Jan. 4, 1926; House 1917–19.

    Denton, Jeremiah Andrew Jr. (R Ala.) July 15, 1924–; Senate Jan. 2, 1981–87.

    Denton, Winfield Kirkpatrick (son of George Kirkpatrick Denton) (D Ind.) Oct. 28, 1896–Nov. 2, 1971; House 1949–53, 1955–67.

    Denver, James William (father of Matthew Rombach Denver) (D Calif.) Oct. 23, 1817–Aug. 9, 1892; House 1855–57; Gov. (Kansas Terr.) June 7, 1857–58.

    Denver, Matthew Rombach (son of James William Denver) (D Ohio) Dec. 21, 1870–May 13, 1954; House 1907–13.

    Depew, Chauncey Mitchell (R N.Y.) April 23, 1834–April 5, 1928; Senate 1899–1911.

    De Priest, Oscar (R Ill.) March 9, 1871–May 12, 1951; House 1929–35.

    De Rouen, René Louis (D La.) Jan. 7, 1874–March 27, 1942; House Aug. 23, 1927–41.

    Derounian, Steven Boghos (R N.Y.) April 6, 1918–April 17, 2007; House 1953–65.

    Derrick, Butler Carson Jr. (D S.C.) Sept. 30, 1936–; House 1975–95.

    Dershem, Franklin Lewis (D Pa.) March 5, 1865–Feb. 14, 1950; House 1913–15.

    Derwinski, Edward Joseph (R Ill.) Sept. 15, 1926–; House 1959–83; secretary of veterans affairs March 15, 1989–Sept. 26, 1992.

    De Saussure, William Ford (D S.C.) Feb. 22, 1792–March 13, 1870; Senate May 10, 1852–53.

    Desha, Joseph (brother of Robert Desha) (R Ky.) Dec. 9, 1768–Oct. 11, 1842; House 1807–19; Gov. June 1, 1824–June 1, 1828 (Democratic Republican).

    Desha, Robert (brother of Joseph Desha) (J Tenn.) Jan. 14, 1791– Feb. 6, 1849; House 1827–31.

    Destrehan, Jean Noel (– La.) 1754–1823; Senate Sept. 3–Oct. 1, 1812.

    Deuster, Peter Victor (D Wis.) Feb. 13, 1831–Dec. 31, 1904; House 1879–85.

    Deutsch, Peter (D Fla.) April 1, 1957–; House 1993–2005.

    Devereux, James Patrick Sinnott (R Md.) Feb. 20, 1903–Aug. 5, 1988; House 1951–59.

    De Veyra, Jaime Carlos (Nat. P.I.) Nov. 4, 1873–March 7, 1963; House (Res. Comm.) 1917–23.

    Devine, Samuel Leeper (R Ohio) Dec. 21, 1915–June 27, 1997; House 1959–81.

    Devitt, Edward James (R Minn.) May 5, 1911–March 2, 1992; House 1947–49.

    De Vries, Marion (D Calif.) Aug. 15, 1865–Sept. 11, 1939; House 1897–Aug. 20, 1900.

    Dewalt, Arthur Granville (D Pa.) Oct. 11, 1854–Oct. 26, 1931; House 1915–21.

    Dewart, Lewis (father of William Lewis Dewart) (J Pa.) Nov. 14, 1780–April 26, 1852; House 1831–33.

    D’Ewart, Wesley Abner (R Mont.) Oct. 1, 1889–Sept. 2, 1973; House June 5, 1945–55.

    Dewart, William Lewis (son of Lewis Dewart) (D Pa.) June 21, 1821–April 19, 1888; House 1857–59.

    Deweese, John Thomas (R N.C.) June 4, 1835–July 4, 1906; House July 6, 1868–Feb. 28, 1870.

    Dewey, Charles Schuveldt (R Ill.) Nov. 10, 1880–Dec. 27, 1980; House 1941–45.

    Dewey, Daniel (F Mass.) Jan. 29, 1766–May 26, 1815; House 1813–Feb. 24, 1814.

    DeWine, Michael (R Ohio) Jan. 5, 1947–; House 1983–91; Senate 1995–2007.

    De Witt, Alexander (AP Mass.) April 2, 1798–Jan. 13, 1879; House 1853–57 (1853–55 Free-Soiler).

    De Witt, Charles Gerrit (J N.Y.) Nov. 7, 1789–April 12, 1839; House 1829–31.

    De Witt, David Miller (D N.Y.) Nov. 25, 1837–June 23, 1912; House 1873–75.

    De Witt, Francis Byron (R Ohio) March 11, 1849–March 21, 1929; House 1895–97.

    De Witt, Jacob Hasbrouck (– N.Y.) Oct. 2, 1784–Jan. 30, 1867; House 1819–21.

    De Wolf, James (R R.I.) March 18, 1764–Dec. 21, 1837; Senate 1821–Oct. 31, 1825.

    Dexter, Samuel (F Mass.) May 14, 1761–May 4, 1816; House 1793–95 (no party); Senate 1799–May 30, 1800; secretary of war May 13–Dec. 31, 1800; secretary of the Treasury Jan. 1–May 13, 1801.

    Dezendorf, John Frederick (R Va.) Aug. 10, 1834–June 22, 1894; House 1881–83.

    Dial, Nathaniel Barksdale (D S.C.) April 24, 1862–Dec. 11, 1940; Senate 1919–25.

    Diaz-Balart, Lincoln (brother of Mario Diaz-Balart) (R Fla.) Aug. 13, 1954–; House 1993–.

    Diaz-Balart, Mario (brother of Lincoln Diaz-Balart) (R Fla.) Sept. 25, 1961–; House 2003–.

    Dibble, Samuel (D S.C.) Sept. 16, 1837–Sept. 16, 1913; House June 9, 1881–May 31, 1882, 1883–91.

    Dibrell, George Gibbs (D Tenn.) April 12, 1822–May 9, 1888; House 1875–85.

    Dick, Charles William Frederick (R Ohio) Nov. 3, 1858–March 13, 1945; House Nov. 8, 1898–March 23, 1904; Senate March 23, 1904–11.

    Dick, John (father of Samuel Bernard Dick) (R Pa.) June 17, 1794–May 29, 1872; House 1853–59 (1853–55 Whig).

    Dick, Samuel Bernard (son of John Dick) (R Pa.) Oct. 26, 1836–May 10, 1907; House 1879–81.

    Dickens, Samuel (R N.C.) ?–1840; House Dec. 2, 1816–17.

    Dickerman, Charles Heber (D Pa.) Feb. 3, 1843–Dec. 17, 1915; House 1903–05.

    Dickerson, Mahlon (brother of Philemon Dickerson) (R N.J.) April 17, 1770–Oct. 5, 1853; Senate 1817–Jan. 30, 1829; Gov. Oct. 26, 1815–Feb. 1, 1817; secretary of the navy July 1, 1834–June 30, 1838.

    Dickerson, Philemon (brother of Mahlon Dickerson) (D N.J.) Jan. 11, 1788–Dec. 10, 1862; House 1833–Nov. 3, 1836 (Jacksonian), 1839–41; Gov. Nov. 3, 1836–Oct. 27, 1837 (Democrat).

    Dickerson, William Worth (D Ky.) Nov. 29, 1851–Jan. 31, 1923; House June 21, 1890–93.

    Dickey, Henry Luther (D Ohio) Oct. 29, 1832–May 23, 1910; House 1877–81.

    Dickey, Jay (R Ark.) Dec. 14, 1939–; House 1993–2001.

    Dickey, Jesse Column (W Pa.) Feb. 27, 1808–Feb. 19, 1890; House 1849–51.

    Dickey, John (father of Oliver James Dickey) (W Pa.) June 23, 1794–March 14, 1853; House 1843–45, 1847–49.

    Dickey, Oliver James (son of John Dickey) (R Pa.) April 6, 1823–April 21, 1876; House Dec. 7, 1868–73.

    Dickinson, Clement Cabell (D Mo.) Dec. 6, 1849–Jan. 14, 1938; House Feb. 1, 1910–21, 1923–29, 1931–35.

    Dickinson, Daniel Stevens (D N.Y.) Sept. 11, 1800–April 12, 1866; Senate Nov. 30, 1844–51.

    Dickinson, David W. (nephew of William Hardy Murfree) (W Tenn.) June 10, 1808–April 27, 1845; House 1833–35 (Jacksonian), 1843–45.

    Dickinson, Edward (W Mass.) Jan. 1, 1803–June 16, 1874; House 1853–55.

    Dickinson, Edward Fenwick (D Ohio) Jan. 21, 1829–Aug. 25, 1891; House 1869–71.

    Dickinson, John Dean (– N.Y.) June 28, 1767–Jan. 28, 1841; House 1819–23, 1827–31.

    Dickinson, Lester Jesse (cousin of Fred Dickinson Letts) (R Iowa) Oct. 29, 1873–June 4, 1968; House 1919–31; Senate 1931–37.

    Dickinson, Philemon (– N.J.) April 5, 1739–Feb. 4, 1809; Senate Nov. 23, 1790–93; Cont. Cong. 1782–83 (Del.).

    Dickinson, Rodolphus (D Ohio) Dec. 28, 1797–March 20, 1849; House 1847–March 20, 1849.

    Dickinson, William Louis (R Ala.) June 5, 1925–; House 1965–93.

    Dicks, Norman DeValois (D Wash.) Dec. 16, 1940–; House 1977–.

    Dickson, David (W Miss.) ?–July 31, 1836; House 1835–July 31, 1836.

    Dickson, Frank Stoddard (R Ill.) Oct. 6, 1876–Feb. 24, 1953; House 1905–07.

    Dickson, John (AMas. N.Y.) June 1, 1783–Feb. 22, 1852; House 1831–35.

    Dickson, Joseph (F N.C.) April 1745–April 14, 1825; House 1799–1801.

    Dickson, Samuel (W N.Y.) March 29, 1807–May 3, 1858; House 1855–57.

    Dickson, William (R Tenn.) May 5, 1770–Feb. 1816; House 1801–07.

    Dickson, William Alexander (D Miss.) July 20, 1861–Feb. 25, 1940; House 1909–13.

    Dickstein, Samuel (D N.Y.) Feb. 5, 1885–April 22, 1954; House 1923–Dec. 30, 1945.

    Diekema, Gerrit John (R Mich.) March 27, 1859–Dec. 20, 1930; House March 17, 1908–11.

    Dies, Martin (father of Martin Dies Jr.) (D Texas) March 13, 1870–July 13, 1922; House 1909–19.

    Dies, Martin Jr. (son of Martin Dies) (D Texas) Nov. 5, 1900–Nov. 14, 1972; House 1931–45, 1953–59.

    Dieterich, William Henry (D Ill.) March 31, 1876–Oct. 12, 1940; House 1931–33; Senate 1933–39.

    Dietrich, Charles Elmer (D Pa.) July 30, 1889–May 20, 1942; House 1935–37.

    Dietrich, Charles Henry (R Neb.) Nov. 26, 1853–April 10, 1924; Senate March 28, 1901–05; Gov. Jan. 3–May 1, 1901.

    Dietz, William (– N.Y.) June 28, 1778–Aug. 24, 1848; House 1825–27.

    Difenderfer, Robert Edward (D Pa.) June 7, 1849–April 25, 1923; House 1911–15.

    Diggs, Charles Coles Jr. (D Mich.) Dec. 2, 1922–Aug. 24, 1998; House 1955–June 3, 1980; chair House District of Columbia 1973–79.

    Dill, Clarence Cleveland (D Wash.) Sept. 21, 1884–Jan. 14, 1978; House 1915–19; Senate 1923–35.

    Dillingham, Paul Jr. (father of William Paul Dillingham) (D Vt.) Aug. 10, 1799–July 26, 1891; House 1843–47; Gov. Oct. 13, 1865–Oct. 13, 1867 (Republican).

    Dillingham, William Paul (son of Paul Dillingham Jr.) (R Vt.) Dec. 12, 1843–July 12, 1923; Senate Oct. 18, 1900–July 12, 1923; Gov. Oct. 4, 1888–Oct. 2, 1890.

    Dillon, Charles Hall (R S.D.) Dec. 18, 1853–Sept. 15, 1929; House 1913–19.

    Dilweg, LaVern Ralph (D Wis.) Nov. 1, 1903–Jan. 2, 1968; House 1943–45.

    Dimmick, Milo Melankthon (brother of William Harrison Dimmick) (D Pa.) Oct. 30, 1811–Nov. 22, 1872; House 1849–53.

    Dimmick, William Harrison (brother of Milo Melankthon Dimmick) (D Pa.) Dec. 20, 1815–Aug. 2, 1861; House 1857–61.

    Dimock, Davis Jr. (D Pa.) Sept. 17, 1801–Jan. 13, 1842; House 1841–Jan. 13, 1842.

    Dimond, Anthony Joseph (D Alaska) Nov. 30, 1881–May 28, 1953; House (Terr. Del.) 1933–45.

    Dingell, John David (father of John David Dingell Jr.) (D Mich.) Feb. 2, 1894–Sept. 19, 1955; House 1933–Sept. 19, 1955.

    Dingell, John David Jr. (son of John David Dingell) (D Mich.) July 8, 1926–; House Dec. 13, 1955–; chair House Energy and Commerce 1981–95, 2007–.

    Dingley, Nelson Jr. (R Maine) Feb. 15, 1832–Jan. 13, 1899; House Sept. 12, 1881–Jan. 13, 1899; Gov. Jan. 7, 1874–Jan. 5, 1876.

    Dinsmoor, Samuel (R N.H.) July 1, 1766–March 15, 1835; House 1811–13; Gov. June 2, 1831–June 5, 1834 (Jacksonian).

    Dinsmore, Hugh Anderson (D Ark.) Dec. 24, 1850–May 2, 1930; House 1893–1905.

    Dioguardi, Joseph J. (R N.Y.) Sept. 20, 1940–; House 1985–89.

    Dirksen, Everett McKinley (father-in-law of Howard H. Baker Jr.) (R Ill.) Jan. 4, 1896–Sept. 7, 1969; House 1933–49; chair House District of Columbia 1947–49; Senate 1951–Sept. 7, 1969; Senate minority leader 1959–Sept. 7, 1969.

    Disney, David Tiernan (D Ohio) Aug. 25, 1803–March 14, 1857; House 1849–55.

    Disney, Wesley Ernest (D Okla.) Oct. 31, 1883–March 26, 1961; House 1931–45.

    Ditter, John William (R Pa.) Sept. 5, 1888–Nov. 21, 1943; House 1933–Nov. 21, 1943.

    Diven, Alexander Samuel (R N.Y.) Feb. 10, 1809–June 11, 1896; House 1861–63.

    Dix, John Adams (son-in-law of John Jordan Morgan) (D N.Y.) July 24, 1798–April 21, 1879; Senate Jan. 27, 1845–49; secretary of the Treasury Jan. 15–March 6, 1861; Gov. Jan. 1, 1873–Jan. 1, 1875 (Republican).

    Dixon, Alan John (D Ill.) July 7, 1927–; Senate 1981–93.

    Dixon, Archibald (W Ky.) April 2, 1802–April 23, 1876; Senate Sept. 1, 1852–55.

    Dixon, Henry Aldous (R Utah) June 29, 1890–Jan. 22, 1967; House 1955–61.

    Dixon, James (R Conn.) Aug. 5, 1814–March 27, 1873; House 1845–49 (Whig); Senate 1857–69.

    Dixon, Joseph (R N.C.) April 9, 1828–March 3, 1883; House Dec. 5, 1870–71.

    Dixon, Joseph Andrew (D Ohio) June 3, 1879–July 4, 1942; House 1937–39.

    Dixon, Joseph Moore (R Mont.) July 31, 1867–May 22, 1934; House 1903–07; Senate 1907–13; Gov. Jan. 3, 1921–Jan. 4, 1925.

    Dixon, Julian Carey (D Calif.) Aug. 8, 1934–Dec. 8, 2000; House 1979–Dec. 8, 2000; chair House Standards of Official Conduct 1985–91.

    Dixon, Lincoln (D Ind.) Feb. 9, 1860–Sept. 16, 1932; House 1905–19.

    Dixon, Nathan Fellows (grandfather of Nathan Fellows Dixon born in 1847, father of Nathan Fellows Dixon, below) (W R.I.) Dec. 13, 1774–Jan. 29, 1842; Senate 1839–Jan. 29, 1842.

    Dixon, Nathan Fellows (son of Nathan Fellows Dixon, above, father of Nathan Fellows Dixon, below) (R R.I.) May 1, 1812–April 11, 1881; House 1849–51 (Whig), 1863–71.

    Dixon, Nathan Fellows (son of Nathan Fellows Dixon, above, grandson of Nathan Fellows Dixon born in 1774) (R R.I.) Aug. 28, 1847–Nov. 8, 1897; House Feb. 12–March 3, 1885; Senate April 10, 1889–95.

    Dixon, William Wirt (D Mont.) June 3, 1838–Nov. 13, 1910; House 1891–93.

    Doan, Robert Eachus (R Ohio) July 23, 1831–Feb. 24, 1919; House 1891–93.

    Doan, William (D Ohio) April 4, 1792–June 22, 1847; House 1839–43.

    Dobbin, James Cochrane (grandson of James Cochran of North Carolina) (D N.C.) Jan. 17, 1814–Aug. 4, 1857; House 1845–47; secretary of the navy March 8, 1853–March 6, 1857.

    Dobbins, Donald Claude (D Ill.) March 20, 1878–Feb. 14, 1943; House 1933–37.

    Dobbins, Samuel Atkinson (R N.J.) April 14, 1814–May 26, 1886; House 1873–77.

    Dockery, Alexander Monroe (D Mo.) Feb. 11, 1845–Dec. 26, 1926; House 1883–99; Gov. Jan. 14, 1901–Jan. 9, 1905.

    Dockery, Alfred (father of Oliver Hart Dockery) (W N.C.) Dec. 11, 1797–Dec. 7, 1875; House 1845–47, 1851–53.

    Dockery, Oliver Hart (son of Alfred Dockery) (R N.C.) Aug. 12, 1830–March 21, 1906; House July 13, 1868–71.

    Dockweiler, John Francis (D Calif.) Sept. 19, 1895–Jan. 31, 1943; House 1933–39.

    Dodd, Christopher John (son of Thomas Joseph Dodd) (D Conn.) May 27, 1944–; House 1975–81; Senate 1981–; general chair Dem. Nat. Comm. 1994–97; chair Senate Rules and Administration Jan. 3–Jan. 20, 2001, June 6, 2001–03; chair Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs 2007–.

    Dodd, Edward (R N.Y.) Aug. 25, 1805–March 1, 1891; House 1855–59 (1855–57 Whig).

    Dodd, Thomas Joseph (father of Christopher John Dodd) (D Conn.) May 15, 1907–May 24, 1971; House 1953–57; Senate 1959– Jan. 2, 1971.

    Doddridge, Philip (– Va.) May 17, 1773–Nov. 19, 1832; House 1829– Nov. 19, 1832.

    Dodds, Francis Henry (R Mich.) June 9, 1858–Dec. 23, 1940; House 1909–13.

    Dodds, Ozro John (D Ohio) March 22, 1840–April 18, 1882; House Oct. 8, 1872–73.

    Dodge, Augustus Caesar (son of Henry Dodge) (D Iowa) Jan. 2, 1812–Nov. 20, 1883; House (Terr. Del.) Oct. 28, 1840–Dec. 28, 1846; Senate Dec. 7, 1848–Feb. 22, 1855.

    Dodge, Grenville Mellen (R Iowa) April 12, 1831–Jan. 3, 1916; House 1867–69.

    Dodge, Henry (father of Augustus Caesar Dodge) (D Wis.) Oct. 12, 1782–June 19, 1867; House (Terr. Del.) 1841–45; Senate June 8, 1848–57; Gov. (Wis. Terr.) 1836–41, 1845–48.

    Dodge, William Earle (R N.Y.) Sept. 4, 1805–Feb. 9, 1883; House April 7, 1866–67.

    Doe, Nicholas Bartlett (W N.Y.) June 16, 1786–Dec. 6, 1856; House Dec. 7, 1840–41.

    Doggett, Lloyd (D Texas) Oct. 6, 1946–; House 1995–.

    Doig, Andrew Wheeler (D N.Y.) July 24, 1799–July 11, 1875; House 1839–43.

    Dole, Elizabeth Hanford (wife of Robert Joseph “Bob” Dole) (R N.C.) July 29, 1936–; Senate 2003–; secretary of transportation Feb. 7, 1983–Sept. 30, 1987; secretary of labor Jan. 30, 1989–Nov. 23, 1990.

    Dole, Robert Joseph “Bob” (husband of Elizabeth Hanford Dole) (R Kan.) July 22, 1923–; House 1961–69; Senate 1969–June 11, 1996; chair Senate Finance 1981–85; Senate majority leader 1985–87, 1995–June 11, 1996; Senate minority leader 1987–95; chair Rep. Nat. Comm. Jan. 1971–Jan. 1973.

    Dollinger, Isidore (D N.Y.) Nov. 13, 1903–Jan. 30, 2000; House 1949–Dec. 31, 1959.

    Dolliver, James Isaac (nephew of Jonathan Prentiss Dolliver) (R Iowa) Aug. 31, 1894–Dec. 10, 1978; House 1945–57.

    Dolliver, Jonathan Prentiss (uncle of James Isaac Dolliver) (R Iowa) Feb. 6, 1858–Oct. 15, 1910; House 1889–Aug. 22, 1900; Senate Aug. 22, 1900–Oct. 15, 1910.

    Dolph, Joseph Norton (uncle of Frederick William Mulkey) (R Ore.) Oct. 19, 1835–March 10, 1897; Senate 1883–95.

    Domengeaux, James (D La.) Jan. 6, 1907–April 11, 1988; House 1941–April 15, 1944, Nov. 7, 1944–49.

    Domenici, Peter Vichi (R N.M.) May 7, 1932–; Senate 1973–; chair Senate Budget 1981–87, 1995–2001, Jan. 20–June 6, 2001; chair Senate Energy and Natural Resources 2003–07.

    Dominick, Frederick Haskell (D S.C.) Feb. 20, 1877–March 11, 1960; House 1917–33.

    Dominick, Peter Hoyt (nephew of Howard Alexander Smith) (R Colo.) July 7, 1915–March 18, 1981; House 1961–63; Senate 1963–75.

    Donahey, Alvin Victor (D Ohio) July 7, 1873–April 8, 1946; Senate 1935–41; Gov. Jan. 8, 1923–Jan. 14, 1929.

    Dondero, George Anthony (R Mich.) Dec. 16, 1883–Jan. 29, 1968; House 1933–57; chair House Public Works 1947–49, 1953–55.

    Donley, Joseph Benton (R Pa.) Oct. 10, 1838–Jan. 23, 1917; House 1869–71.

    Donnan, William G. (R Iowa) June 30, 1834–Dec. 4, 1908; House 1871–75.

    Donnell, Forrest C. (R Mo.) Aug. 20, 1884–March 3, 1980; Senate 1945–51; Gov. Jan. 13, 1941–Jan. 8, 1945.

    Donnell, Richard Spaight (grandson of Richard Dobbs Spaight, nephew of Richard Dobbs Spaight Jr.) (W N.C.) Sept. 20, 1820–June 3, 1867; House 1847–49.

    Donnelly, Brian Joseph (D Mass.) March 2, 1946–; House 1979–93.

    Donnelly, Ignatius (R Minn.) Nov. 3, 1831–Jan. 1, 1901; House 1863–69.

    Donnelly, Joe (D Ind.) Sept. 28, 1955–; House 2007–.

    Donohoe, Michael (D Pa.) Feb. 22, 1864–Jan. 17, 1958; House 1911–15.

    Donohue, Harold Daniel (D Mass.) June 18, 1901–Nov. 4, 1984; House 1947–Dec. 31, 1974.

    Donovan, Dennis D. (D Ohio) Jan. 31, 1859–April 21, 1941; House 1891–95.

    Donovan, James George (D N.Y.) Dec. 15, 1898–April 6, 1987; House 1951–57.

    Donovan, Jeremiah (D Conn.) Oct. 18, 1857–April 22, 1935; House 1913–15.

    Donovan, Jerome Francis (D N.Y.), Feb. 1, 1872–Nov. 2, 1949; House March 5, 1918–21.

    Dooley, Calvin (D Calif.) Jan. 11, 1954–; House 1991–2005.

    Dooley, Edwin Benedict (R N.Y.) April 13, 1905–Jan. 25, 1982; House 1957–63.

    Dooling, Peter Joseph (D N.Y.) Feb. 15, 1857–Oct. 18, 1931; House 1913–21.

    Doolittle, Dudley (D Kan.) June 21, 1881–Nov. 14, 1957; House 1913–19.

    Doolittle, James Rood (R Wis.) Jan. 3, 1815–July 23, 1897; Senate 1857–69.

    Doolittle, John T. (R Calif.) Oct. 30, 1950–; House 1991–.

    Doolittle, William Hall (R Wash.) Nov. 6, 1848–Feb. 26, 1914; House 1893–97.

    Doremus, Frank Ellsworth (D Mich.) Aug. 31, 1865–Sept. 4, 1947; House 1911–21.

    Dorgan, Byron Leslie (D N.D.) May 14, 1942–; House 1981–Dec. 15, 1992; Senate Dec. 15, 1992–; chair Senate Indian Affairs 2007–.

    Dorn, Francis Edwin (R N.Y.) April 18, 1911–Sept. 17, 1987; House 1953–61.

    Dorn, William Jennings Bryan (D S.C.) April 14, 1916–Aug. 13, 2005; House 1947–49, 1951–Dec. 31, 1974; chair House Veterans’ Affairs 1973–75.

    Dornan, Robert Kenneth (R Calif.) April 3, 1933–; House 1977–83, 1985–97.

    Dorr, Charles Phillips (R W.Va.) Aug. 12, 1852–Oct. 8, 1914; House 1897–99.

    Dorsey, Clement (– Md.) 1778–Aug. 6, 1848; House 1825–31.

    Dorsey, Frank Joseph Gerard (D Pa.) April 26, 1891–July 13, 1949; House 1935–39.

    Dorsey, George Washington Emery (R Neb.) Jan. 25, 1842–June 12, 1911; House 1885–91.

    Dorsey, John Lloyd Jr. (D Ky.) Aug. 10, 1891–March 22, 1960; House Nov. 4, 1930–31.

    Dorsey, Stephen Wallace (R Ark.) Feb. 28, 1842–March 20, 1916; Senate 1873–79.

    Dorsheimer, William (D N.Y.) Feb. 5, 1832–March 26, 1888; House 1883–85.

    Doty, James Duane (cousin of Morgan Lewis Martin) (ID Wis.) Nov. 5, 1799–June 13, 1865; House (Terr. Del.) Jan. 14, 1839–41 (Democrat), (Rep.) 1849–53 (1849–51 Democrat); Gov. (Wis. Terr.) 1841–44, (Utah Terr.) 1863–65.

    Doubleday, Ulysses Freeman (J N.Y.) Dec. 15, 1792–March 11, 1866; House 1831–33, 1835–37.

    Dougherty, Charles (D Fla.) Oct. 15, 1850–Oct. 11, 1915; House 1885–89.

    Dougherty, Charles Francis (R Pa.) June 26, 1937–; House 1979–83.

    Dougherty, John (D Mo.) Feb. 25, 1857–Aug. 1, 1905; House 1899–1905.

    Doughton, Robert Lee (D N.C.) Nov. 7, 1863–Oct. 1, 1954; House 1911–53; chair House Ways and Means 1949–53.

    Douglas, Albert (R Ohio) April 25, 1852–March 14, 1935; House 1907–11.

    Douglas, Beverly Browne (D Va.) Dec. 21, 1822–Dec. 22, 1878; House 1875–Dec. 22, 1878.

    Douglas, Charles Gwynn III “Chuck” (R N.H.) Dec. 2, 1942–; House 1989–91.

    Douglas, Emily Taft (wife of Paul Howard Douglas) (D Ill.) April 10, 1899–Jan. 28, 1994; House 1945–47.

    Douglas, Fred James (R N.Y.) Sept. 14, 1869–Jan. 1, 1949; House 1937–45.

    Douglas, Helen Gahagan (D Calif.) Nov. 25, 1900–June 28, 1980; House 1945–51.

    Douglas, Lewis Williams (D Ariz.) July 2, 1894–March 7, 1974; House 1927–March 4, 1933.

    Douglas, Paul Howard (husband of Emily Taft Douglas) (D Ill.) March 26, 1892–Sept. 24, 1976; Senate 1949–67.

    Douglas, Stephen Arnold (D Ill.) April 23, 1813–June 3, 1861; House 1843–47; Senate 1847–June 3, 1861.

    Douglas, William Harris (R N.Y.) Dec. 5, 1853–Jan. 27, 1944; House 1901–05.

    Douglass, John Joseph (D Mass.) Feb. 9, 1873–April 5, 1939; House 1925–35.

    Doutrich, Isaac Hoffer (R Pa.) Dec. 19, 1871–May 28, 1941; House 1927–37.

    Dovener, Blackburn Barrett (R W.Va.) April 20, 1842–May 9, 1914; House 1895–1907.

    Dow, John Goodchild (D N.Y.) May 6, 1905–March 11, 2003; House 1965–69, 1971–73.

    Dowd, Clement (D N.C.) Aug. 27, 1832–April 15, 1898; House 1881–85.

    Dowdell, James Ferguson (D Ala.) Nov. 26, 1818–Sept. 6, 1871; House 1853–59.

    Dowdney, Abraham (D N.Y.) Oct. 31, 1841–Dec. 10, 1886; House 1885–Dec. 10, 1886.

    Dowdy, Charles Wayne (D Miss.) July 27, 1943–; House July 9, 1981–89.

    Dowdy, John Vernard (D Texas) Feb. 11, 1912–April 12, 1995; House Sept. 23, 1952–73.

    Dowell, Cassius Clay (R Iowa) Feb. 29, 1864–Feb. 4, 1940; House 1915–35, 1937–Feb. 4, 1940.

    Downey, Sheridan (son of Stephen Wheeler Downey) (D Calif.) March 11, 1884–Oct. 25, 1961; Senate 1939–Nov. 30, 1950.

    Downey, Stephen Wheeler (father of Sheridan Downey) (R Wyo.) July 25, 1839–Aug. 3, 1902; House (Terr. Del.) 1879–81.

    Downey, Thomas Joseph (D N.Y.) Jan. 28, 1949–; House 1975–93.

    Downing, Charles (– Fla.) ?–1845; House (Terr. Del.) 1837–41.

    Downing, Finis Ewing (D Ill.) Aug. 24, 1846–March 8, 1936; House 1895–June 5, 1896.

    Downing, Thomas Nelms (D Va.) Feb. 1, 1919–Oct. 23, 2001; House 1959–77.

    Downs, Le Roy Donnelly (D Conn.) April 11, 1900–Jan. 18, 1970; House 1941–43.

    Downs, Solomon Weathersbee (D La.) 1801–Aug. 14, 1854; Senate 1847–53.

    Dowse, Edward (– Mass.) Oct. 22, 1756–Sept. 3, 1828; House 1819–May 26, 1820.

    Dox, Peter Myndert (grandson of John Nicholas) (D Ala.) Sept. 11, 1813–April 2, 1891; House 1869–73.

    Doxey, Charles Taylor (R Ind.) July 13, 1841–April 30, 1898; House Jan. 17–March 3, 1883.

    Doxey, Wall (D Miss.) Aug. 8, 1892–March 2, 1962; House 1929–Sept. 28, 1941; Senate Sept. 29, 1941–43.

    Doyle, Clyde Gilman (D Calif.) July 11, 1887–March 14, 1963; House 1945–47, 1949–March 14, 1963.

    Doyle, Mike (D Pa.) Aug. 5, 1953–; House 1995–.

    Doyle, Thomas Aloysius (D Ill.) Jan. 9, 1886–Jan. 29, 1935; House Nov. 6, 1923–31.

    Drake, Charles Daniel (R Mo.) April 11, 1811–April 1, 1892; Senate 1867–Dec. 19, 1870.

    Drake, John Reuben (R N.Y.) Nov. 28, 1782–March 21, 1857; House 1817–19.

    Drake, Thelma Sawyers (R Va.) Nov. 20, 1949–; House 2005–.

    Drane, Herbert Jackson (D Fla.) June 20, 1863–Aug. 11, 1947; House 1917–33.

    Draper, Joseph (J Va.) Dec. 25, 1794–June 10, 1834; House Dec. 6, 1830–31, Dec. 6, 1832–33.

    Draper, William Franklin (R Mass.) April 9, 1842–Jan. 28, 1910; House 1893–97.

    Draper, William Henry (R N.Y.) June 24, 1841–Dec. 7, 1921; House 1901–13.

    Drayton, William (J S.C.) Dec. 30, 1776–May 24, 1846; House May 17, 1825–33 (May 17, 1825–27 no party).

    Dreier, David Timothy (R Calif.) July 5, 1952–; House 1981–; chair House Rules 1999–2007.

    Dresser, Solomon Robert (R Pa.) Feb. 1, 1842–Jan. 21, 1911; House 1903–07.

    Drew, Ira Walton (D Pa.) Aug. 31, 1878–Feb. 12, 1972; House 1937–39.

    Drew, Irving Webster (R N.H.) Jan. 8, 1845–April 10, 1922; Senate Sept. 2–Nov. 5, 1918.

    Drewry, Patrick Henry (D Va.) May 24, 1875–Dec. 21, 1947; House April 27, 1920–Dec. 21, 1947.

    Driggs, Edmund Hope (D N.Y.) May 2, 1865–Sept. 27, 1946; House Dec. 6, 1897–1901.

    Driggs, John Fletcher (R Mich.) March 8, 1813–Dec. 17, 1877; House 1863–69.

    Drinan, Robert Frederick (D Mass.) Nov. 15, 1920–Jan. 28, 2007; House 1971–81.

    Driscoll, Daniel Angelus (D N.Y.) March 6, 1875–June 5, 1955; House 1909–17.

    Driscoll, Denis Joseph (D Pa.) March 27, 1871–Jan. 18, 1958; House 1935–37.

    Driscoll, Michael Edward (R N.Y.) Feb. 9, 1851–Jan. 19, 1929; House 1899–1913.

    Driver, William Joshua (D Ark.) March 2, 1873–Oct. 1, 1948; House 1921–39.

    Dromgoole, George Coke (uncle of Alexander Dromgoole Sims) (D Va.) May 15, 1797–April 27, 1847; House 1835–41 (1835–37 Jacksonian), 1843–April 27, 1847.

    Drukker, Dow Henry (R N.J.) Feb. 7, 1872–Jan. 11, 1963; House April 7, 1914–19.

    Drum, Augustus (D Pa.) Nov. 26, 1815–Sept. 15, 1858; House 1853–55.

    Dryden, John Fairfield (R N.J.) Aug. 7, 1839–Nov. 24, 1911; Senate Jan. 29, 1902–07.

    Dubois, Fred Thomas (D Idaho) May 29, 1851–Feb. 14, 1930; House (Terr. Del.) 1887–July 3, 1890; Senate 1891–97, 1901–07 (1887–97 Republican, 1901 Silver Republican).

    Du Bose, Dudley McIver (D Ga.) Oct. 28, 1834–March 2, 1883; House 1871–73.

    Dudley, Charles Edward (– N.Y.) May 23, 1780–Jan. 23, 1841; Senate Jan. 15, 1829–33.

    Dudley, Edward Bishop (– N.C.) Dec. 15, 1789–Oct. 30, 1855; House Nov. 10, 1829–31; Gov. Dec. 31, 1836–Jan. 1, 1841 (Whig).

    Duell, Rodolphus Holland (R N.Y.) Dec. 20, 1824–Feb. 11, 1891; House 1859–63, 1871–75.

    Duer, William (W N.Y.) May 25, 1805–Aug. 25, 1879; House 1847–51.

    Duff, James Henderson (R Pa.) Jan. 21, 1883–Dec. 20, 1969; Senate Jan. 18, 1951–57; Gov. Jan. 21, 1947–Jan. 16, 1951.

    Duffey, Warren Joseph (D Ohio) Jan. 24, 1886–July 7, 1936; House 1933–July 7, 1936.

    Duffy, Francis Ryan (D Wis.) June 23, 1888–Aug. 16, 1979; Senate 1933–39.

    Duffy, James Patrick Bernard (D N.Y.) Nov. 25, 1878–Jan. 8, 1969; House 1935–37.

    Dugro, Philip Henry (D N.Y.) Oct. 3, 1855–March 1, 1920; House 1881–83.

    Duke, Richard Thomas Walker (C Va.) June 6, 1822–July 2, 1898; House Nov. 8, 1870–73.

    Dulles, John Foster (R N.Y.) Feb. 25, 1888–May 24, 1959; Senate July 7–Nov. 8, 1949; secretary of state Jan. 21, 1953–April 22, 1959.

    Dulski, Thaddeus Joseph (D N.Y.) Sept. 27, 1915–Oct. 11, 1988; House 1959–Dec. 31, 1974; chair House Post Office and Civil Service 1967–75.

    Dumont, Ebenezer (U Ind.) Nov. 23, 1814–April 16, 1871; House 1863–67.

    Dunbar, James Whitson (R Ind.) Oct. 17, 1860–May 19, 1943; House 1919–23, 1929–31.

    Dunbar, William (D La.) 1805–March 18, 1861; House 1853–55.

    Duncan, Alexander (D Ohio) 1788–March 23, 1853; House 1837–41, 1843–45.

    Duncan, Daniel (W Ohio) July 22, 1806–May 18, 1849; House 1847–49.

    Duncan, James (– Pa.) 1756–June 24, 1844; elected to the House for the term beginning 1821 but resigned before Congress assembled.

    Duncan, James Henry (W Mass.) Dec. 5, 1793–Feb. 8, 1869; House 1849–53.

    Duncan, John James (father of John J. “Jimmy” Duncan Jr.) (R Tenn.) March 24, 1919–June 21, 1988; House 1965–June 21, 1988.

    Duncan, John J. “Jimmy” Jr. (son of John James Duncan) (R Tenn.) July 21, 1947 –; House Nov. 8, 1988–.

    Duncan, Joseph (J Ill.) Feb. 22, 1794–Jan. 15, 1844; House 1827–Sept. 21, 1834; Gov. Dec. 3, 1834–Dec. 7, 1838 (Whig).

    Duncan, Richard Meloan (D Mo.) Nov. 10, 1889–Aug. 1, 1974; House 1933–43.

    Duncan, Robert Blackford (D Ore.) Dec. 4, 1920–; House 1963–67, 1975–81.

    Duncan, William Addison (D Pa.) Feb. 2, 1836–Nov. 14, 1884; House 1883–Nov. 14, 1884.

    Duncan, William Garnett (W Ky.) March 2, 1800–May 25, 1875; House 1847–49.

    Dungan, James Irvine (D Ohio) May 29, 1844–Dec. 28, 1931; House 1891–93.

    Dunham, Cyrus Livingston (D Ind.) Jan. 16, 1817–Nov. 21, 1877; House 1849–55.

    Dunham, Ransom Williams (R Ill.) March 21, 1838–Aug. 19, 1896; House 1883–89.

    Dunlap, George Washington (U Ky.) Feb. 22, 1813–June 6, 1880; House 1861–63.

    Dunlap, Robert Pickney (D Maine) Aug. 17, 1794–Oct. 20, 1859; House 1843–47; Gov. Jan. 1, 1834–Jan. 3, 1838.

    Dunlap, William Claiborne (J Tenn.) Feb. 25, 1798–Nov. 16, 1872; House 1833–37.

    Dunn, Aubert Culberson (D Miss.) Nov. 20, 1896–Jan. 4, 1987; House 1935–37.

    Dunn, George Grundy (R Ind.) Dec. 20, 1812–Sept. 4, 1857; House 1847–49 (Whig), 1855–57.

    Dunn, George Hedford (W Ind.) Nov. 15, 1794–Jan. 12, 1854; House 1837–39.

    Dunn, James Whitney (R Mich.) July 21, 1943–; House 1981–83.

    Dunn, Jennifer (R Wash.) July 29, 1941–2007; House 1993–2005.

    Dunn, John Thomas (D N.J.) June 4, 1838–Feb. 22, 1907; House 1893–95.

    Dunn, Matthew Anthony (D Pa.) Aug. 15, 1886–Feb. 13, 1942; House 1933–41.

    Dunn, Poindexter (D Ark.) Nov. 3, 1834–Oct. 12, 1914; House 1879–89.

    Dunn, Thomas Byrne (R N.Y.) March 16, 1853–July 2, 1924; House 1913–23.

    Dunn, William McKee (R Ind.) Dec. 12, 1814–July 24, 1887; House 1859–63.

    Dunnell, Mark Hill (R Minn.) July 2, 1823–Aug. 9, 1904; House 1871–83, 1889–91.

    Dunphy, Edward John (D N.Y.) May 12, 1856–July 29, 1926; House 1889–95.

    Dunwell, Charles Tappan (R N.Y.) Feb. 13, 1852–June 12, 1908; House 1903–June 12, 1908.

    Du Pont, Henry Algernon (cousin of Thomas Coleman du Pont) (R Del.) July 30, 1838–Dec. 31, 1926; Senate June 13, 1906–17.

    Du Pont, Pierre Samuel “Pete” IV (R Del.) Jan. 22, 1935–; House 1971–77; Gov. Jan. 18, 1977–Jan. 15, 1985.

    Du Pont, Thomas Coleman (cousin of Henry Algernon du Pont) (R Del.) Dec. 11, 1863–Nov. 11, 1930; Senate July 7, 1921–Nov. 7, 1922, 1925–Dec. 9, 1928.

    Dupre, Henry Garland (D La.) July 28, 1873–Feb. 21, 1924; House Nov. 8, 1910–Feb. 21, 1924.

    Durand, George Harman (D Mich.) Feb. 21, 1838–June 8, 1903; House 1875–77.

    Durbin, Richard Joseph (D Ill.) Nov. 21, 1944–; House 1983–97; Senate 1997–.

    Durborow, Allan Cathcart Jr. (D Ill.) Nov. 10, 1857–March 10, 1908; House 1891–95.

    Durell, Daniel Meserve (R N.H.) July 20, 1769–April 29, 1841; House 1807–09.

    Durenberger, David Ferdinand (R Minn.) Aug. 19, 1934–; Senate Nov. 8, 1978–95; chair Senate Select Intelligence 1985–87.

    Durey, Cyrus (R N.Y.) May 16, 1864–Jan. 4, 1933; House 1907–11.

    Durfee, Job (– R.I.) Sept. 20, 1790–July 26, 1847; House 1821–25.

    Durfee, Nathaniel Briggs (R R.I.) Sept. 29, 1812–Nov. 9, 1872; House 1855–59 (1855–57 American Party).

    Durgan, George Richard (D Ind.) Jan. 20, 1872–Jan. 13, 1942; House 1933–35.

    Durham, Carl Thomas (D N.C.) Aug. 28, 1892–April 29, 1974; House 1939–61.

    Durham, Milton Jameson (D Ky.) May 16, 1824–Feb. 12, 1911; House 1873–79.

    Durkee, Charles (R Wis.) Dec. 10, 1805–Jan. 14, 1870; House 1849–53 (Free-Soiler); Senate 1855–61; Gov. (Utah Terr.) 1865–69.

    Durkin, John Anthony (D N.H.) March 29, 1936–; Senate Sept. 18, 1975–Dec. 29, 1980.

    Durno, Edwin Russell (R Ore.) Jan. 26, 1899–Nov. 20, 1976; House 1961–63.

    Duval, Isaac Harding (R W.Va.) Sept. 1, 1824–July 10, 1902; House 1869–71.

    Duval, William Pope (R Ky.) 1784–March 19, 1854; House 1813–15; Gov. (Fla. Terr.) 1822–34.

    Duvall, Gabriel (R Md.) Dec. 6, 1752–March 6, 1844; House Nov. 11, 1794–March 28, 1796 (Nov. 11, 1794–95 no party); assoc. justice Nov. 23, 1811–Jan. 14, 1835.

    Dwight, Henry Williams (– Mass.) Feb. 26, 1788–Feb. 21, 1845; House 1821–31.

    Dwight, Jeremiah Wilbur (father of John Wilbur Dwight) (R N.Y.) April 17, 1819–Nov. 26, 1885; House 1877–83.

    Dwight, John Wilbur (son of Jeremiah Wilbur Dwight) (R N.Y.) May 24, 1859–Jan. 19, 1928; House Nov. 2, 1902–13.

    Dwight, Theodore (cousin of Aaron Burr) (F Conn.) Dec. 15, 1764–June 12, 1846; House Dec. 1, 1806–07.

    Dwight, Thomas (F Mass.) Oct. 29, 1758–Jan. 2, 1819; House 1803–05.

    Dwinell, Justin (– N.Y.) Oct. 28, 1785–Sept. 17, 1850; House 1823–25.

    Dworshak, Henry Clarence (R Idaho) Aug. 29, 1894–July 23, 1962; House 1939–Nov. 5, 1946; Senate Nov. 6, 1946–49, Oct. 14, 1949–July 23, 1962.

    Dwyer, Bernard James (D N.J.) Jan. 24, 1921–Oct. 31, 1998; House 1981–93.

    Dwyer, Florence Price (R N.J.) July 4, 1902–Feb. 29, 1976; House 1957–73.

    Dyal, Kenneth Warren (D Calif.) July 9, 1910–May 12, 1978; House 1965–67.

    Dyer, David Patterson (uncle of Leonidas Carstarphen Dyer) (R Mo.) Feb. 12, 1838–April 29, 1924; House 1869–71.

    Dyer, Leonidas Carstarphen (nephew of David Patterson Dyer) (R Mo.) June 11, 1871–Dec. 15, 1957; House 1911–June 19, 1914, 1915–33.

    Dymally, Mervyn Malcolm (D Calif.) May 12, 1926–; House 1981–93.

    Dyson, Royden Patrick “Roy” (D Md.) Nov. 15, 1948–; House 1981–91.

    Members of Congress - E

    Eagan, John Joseph (D N.J.) Jan. 22, 1872–June 13, 1956; House 1913–21, 1923–25.

    Eager, Samuel Watkins (R N.Y.) April 8, 1789–Dec. 23, 1860; House Nov. 2, 1830–31.

    Eagle, Joe Henry (D Texas) Jan. 23, 1870–Jan. 10, 1963; House 1913–21, Jan. 28, 1933–37.

    Eagleton, Thomas Francis (D Mo.) Sept. 4, 1929–March 4, 2007; Senate Dec. 28, 1968–87; chair Senate District of Columbia 1971–77.

    Eames, Benjamin Tucker (R R.I.) June 4, 1818–Oct. 6, 1901; House 1871–79.

    Earhart, Daniel Scofield (D Ohio) May 28, 1907–Jan. 2, 1976; House Nov. 3, 1936–37.

    Earle, Elias (uncle of Samuel Earle and John Baylis Earle, great-grandfather of John Laurens Manning Irby and Joseph Haynsworth Earle) (R S.C.) June 19, 1762–May 19, 1823; House 1805–07, 1811–15, 1817–21.

    Earle, John Baylis (nephew of Elias Earle, cousin of Samuel Earle) (R S.C.) Oct. 23, 1766–Feb. 3, 1863; House 1803–05.

    Earle, Joseph Haynsworth (great-grandson of Elias Earle, cousin of John Laurens Manning Irby, nephew of William Lowndes Yancey) (D S.C.) April 30, 1847–May 20, 1897; Senate March 4–May 20, 1897.

    Earle, Samuel (nephew of Elias Earle, cousin of John Baylis Earle) (R S.C.) Nov. 28, 1760–Nov. 24, 1833; House 1795–97.

    Earll, Jonas Jr. (cousin of Nehemiah Hezekiah Earll) (J N.Y.) 1786–Oct. 28, 1846; House 1827–31.

    Earll, Nehemiah Hezekiah (cousin of Jonas Earll Jr.) (D N.Y.) Oct. 5, 1787–Aug. 26, 1872; House 1839–41.

    Early, Joseph Daniel (D Mass.) Jan. 31, 1933–; House 1975–93.

    Early, Peter (R Ga.) June 20, 1773–Aug. 15, 1817; House Jan. 10, 1803–07; Gov. Nov. 5, 1813–Nov. 10, 1815 (Democratic Republican).

    Earnshaw, Manuel (I P.I.) Nov. 19, 1862–Feb. 13, 1936; House (Res. Comm.) 1913–17.

    Earthman, Harold Henderson (D Tenn.) April 13, 1900–Feb. 26, 1987; House 1945–47.

    East, John Porter (R N.C.) May 5, 1931–June 29, 1986; Senate 1981–June 29, 1986.

    Eastland, James Oliver (D Miss.) Nov. 28, 1904–Feb. 19, 1986; Senate June 30–Sept. 28, 1941, 1943–Dec. 27, 1978; chair Senate Judiciary 1956–78; elected pres. pro tempore July 28, 1972.

    Eastman, Ben C. (D Wis.) Oct. 24, 1812–Feb. 2, 1856; House 1851–55.

    Eastman, Ira Allen (nephew of Nehemiah Eastman) (D N.H.) Jan. 1, 1809–March 21, 1881; House 1839–43.

    Eastman, Nehemiah (uncle of Ira Allen Eastman) (– N.H.) June 16, 1782–Jan. 11, 1856; House 1825–27.

    Easton, Rufus (– Mo.) May 4, 1774–July 5, 1834; House (Terr. Del.) Sept. 17, 1814–Aug. 5, 1816.

    Eaton, Charles Aubrey (uncle of William Robb Eaton) (R N.J.) March 29, 1868–Jan. 23, 1953; House 1925–53; chair House Foreign Affairs 1947–49.

    Eaton, John Henry (R Tenn.) June 18, 1790–Nov. 17, 1856; Senate Sept. 5, 1818–21, Sept. 27, 1821–March 9, 1829; secretary of war March 9, 1829–June 18, 1831; Gov. (Fla. Terr.) 1834–36.

    Eaton, Lewis (– N.Y.) ?–?; House 1823–25.

    Eaton, Thomas Marion (R Calif.) Aug. 3, 1896–Sept. 16, 1939; House Jan. 3–Sept. 16, 1939.

    Eaton, William Robb (nephew of Charles Aubrey Eaton) (R Colo.) Dec. 17, 1877–Dec. 16, 1942; House 1929–33.

    Eaton, William Wallace (D Conn.) Oct. 11, 1816–Sept. 21, 1898; Senate Feb. 5, 1875–81; House 1883–85.

    Eberharter, Herman Peter (D Pa.) April 29, 1892–Sept. 9, 1958; House 1937–Sept. 9, 1958.

    Echols, Leonard Sidney (R W.Va.) Oct. 30, 1871–May 9, 1946; House 1919–23.

    Eckart, Dennis Edward (D Ohio) April 6, 1950–; House 1981–93.

    Eckert, Charles Richard (D Pa.) Jan. 20, 1868–Oct. 26, 1959; House 1935–39.

    Eckert, Fred J. (R N.Y.) May 6, 1941–; House 1985–87.

    Eckert, George Nicholas (W Pa.) July 4, 1802–June 28, 1865; House 1847–49.

    Eckhardt, Robert Christian (cousin of Richard Mifflin Kleberg Sr., great-nephew of Rudolph Kleberg, nephew of Harry McLeary Wurzbach) (D Texas) July 16, 1913–Nov. 13, 2001; House 1967–81.

    Eckley, Ephraim Ralph (R Ohio) Dec. 9, 1811–March 27, 1908; House 1863–69.

    Ecton, Zales Nelson (R Mont.) April 1, 1898–March 3, 1961; Senate 1947–53.

    Eddy, Frank Marion (R Minn.) April 1, 1856–Jan. 13, 1929; House 1895–1903.

    Eddy, Norman (D Ind.) Dec. 10, 1810–Jan. 28, 1872; House 1853–55.

    Eddy, Samuel (– R.I.) March 31, 1769–Feb. 3, 1839; House 1819–25.

    Edelstein, Morris Michael (D N.Y.) Feb. 5, 1888–June 4, 1941; House Feb. 6, 1940–June 4, 1941.

    Eden, John Rice (D Ill.) Feb. 1, 1826–June 9, 1909; House 1863–65, 1873–79, 1885–87.

    Edgar, Robert William (D Pa.) May 29, 1943–; House 1975–87.

    Edge, Walter Evans (R N.J.) Nov. 20, 1873–Oct. 29, 1956; Senate 1919–Nov. 21, 1929; Gov. Jan. 15, 1917–May 16, 1919, Jan. 18, 1944–Jan. 21, 1947.

    Edgerton, Alfred Peck (brother of Joseph Ketchum Edgerton) (D Ohio) Jan. 11, 1813–May 14, 1897; House 1851–55.

    Edgerton, Alonzo Jay (R Minn.) June 7, 1827–Aug. 9, 1896; Senate March 12–Oct. 30, 1881.

    Edgerton, Joseph Ketchum (brother of Alfred Peck Edgerton) (D Ind.) Feb. 16, 1818–Aug. 25, 1893; House 1863–65.

    Edgerton, Sidney (R Ohio) Aug. 17, 1818–July 19, 1900; House 1859–63; Gov. (Mont. Terr.) 1865, 1866.

    Edie, John Rufus (W Pa.) Jan. 14, 1814–Aug. 27, 1888; House 1855–59.

    Edmands, John Wiley (W Mass.) March 1, 1809–Jan. 31, 1877; House 1853–55.

    Edmiston, Andrew (D W.Va.) Nov. 13, 1892–Aug. 28, 1966; House Nov. 28, 1933–43.

    Edmond, William (F Conn.) Sept. 28, 1755–Aug. 1, 1838; House Nov. 13, 1797–1801.

    Edmonds, George Washington (R Pa.) Feb. 22, 1864–Sept. 28, 1939; House 1913–25, 1933–35.

    Edmondson, Edmond Augustus (brother of James Howard Edmondson) (D Okla.) April 7, 1919–Dec. 8, 1990; House 1953–73.

    Edmondson, James Howard (brother of Edmond Augustus Edmondson) (D Okla.) Sept. 27, 1925–Nov. 17, 1971; Senate Jan. 7, 1963–Nov. 3, 1964; Gov. Jan. 12, 1959–Jan. 6, 1963.

    Edmunds, George Franklin (R Vt.) Feb. 1, 1828–Feb. 27, 1919; Senate April 3, 1866–Nov. 1, 1891; elected pres. pro tempore March 3, 1883, Jan. 14, 1884.

    Edmunds, Paul Carrington (D Va.) Nov. 1, 1836–March 12, 1899; House 1889–95.

    Edmundson, Henry Alonzo (D Va.) June 14, 1814–Dec. 16, 1890; House 1849–61.

    Edsall, Joseph E. (D N.J.) 1789–1865; House 1845–49.

    Edwards, Benjamin (father of Ninian Edwards, grandfather of Benjamin Edwards Grey) (– Md.) Aug. 12, 1753–Nov. 13, 1829; House Jan. 2–March 3, 1795.

    Edwards, Caldwell (P Mont.) Jan. 8, 1841–July 23, 1922; House 1901–03.

    Edwards, Charles Gordon (D Ga.) July 2, 1878–July 13, 1931; House 1907–17, 1925–July 13, 1931.

    Edwards, Don (D Calif.) Jan. 6, 1915–; House 1963–95.

    Edwards, Don Calvin (R Ky.) July 13, 1861–Sept. 19, 1938; House 1905–11.

    Edwards, Edward Irving (D N.J.) Dec. 1, 1863–Jan. 26, 1931; Senate 1923–29; Gov. Jan. 20, 1920–Jan. 15, 1923.

    Edwards, Edwin Washington (husband of Elaine Schwartzenburg Edwards) (D La.) Aug. 7, 1927–; House Oct. 18, 1965–May 9, 1972; Gov. May 9, 1972–March 10, 1980, March 12, 1984–May 14, 1988, Jan. 8, 1992–Jan. 8, 1996.

    Edwards, Elaine Schwartzenburg (wife of Edwin Washington Edwards) (D La.) March 8, 1929–; Senate Aug. 1–Nov. 13, 1972.

    Edwards, Francis Smith (AP N.Y.) May 28, 1817–May 20, 1899; House 1855–Feb. 28, 1857.

    Edwards, Henry Waggaman (– Conn.) Oct. 1779–July 22, 1847; House 1819–23; Senate Oct. 8, 1823–27; Gov. May 4, 1833–May 7, 1834, May 6, 1835–May 2, 1838.

    Edwards, John (– Ky.) 1748–1837; Senate June 18, 1792–95.

    Edwards, John (D N.Y.) Aug. 6, 1781–Dec. 28, 1850; House 1837–39.

    Edwards, John (great-uncle of John Edwards Leonard) (W Pa.) 1786–June 26, 1843; House 1839–43 (1839–41 AMas.).

    Edwards, John (LR Ark.) Oct. 24, 1805–April 8, 1894; House 1871–Feb. 9, 1872.

    Edwards, John (D N.C.) June 10, 1953–; Senate 1999–2005.

    Edwards, John Cummins (D Mo.) June 24, 1804–Sept. 14, 1888; House 1841–43; Gov. Nov. 20, 1844–Nov. 27, 1848.

    Edwards, Marvin Henry “Mickey” (R Okla.) July 12, 1937–; House 1977–93.

    Edwards, Ninian (son of Benjamin Edwards) (R Ill.) March 17, 1775–July 20, 1833; Senate Dec. 3, 1818–24; Gov. 1809–18 (Ill. Terr.), Dec. 6, 1826–Dec. 6, 1830.

    Edwards, Samuel (– Pa.) March 12, 1785–Nov. 21, 1850; House 1819–27.

    Edwards, Thomas Chester “Chet” (D Texas) Nov. 24, 1951–; House 1991–.

    Edwards, Thomas McKey (R N.H.) Dec. 16, 1795–May 1, 1875; House 1859–63.

    Edwards, Thomas Owen (W Ohio) March 29, 1810–Feb. 5, 1876; House 1847–49.

    Edwards, Weldon Nathaniel (R N.C.) Jan. 25, 1788–Dec. 18, 1873; House Feb. 7, 1816–27.

    Edwards, William Jackson “Jack” (R Ala.) Sept. 20, 1928–; House 1965–85.

    Edwards, William Posey (R Ga.) Nov. 9, 1835–June 28, 1900; House July 25, 1868–69.

    Efner, Valentine (J N.Y.) May 5, 1776–Nov. 20, 1865; House 1835–37.

    Egbert, Albert Gallatin (D Pa.) April 13, 1828–March 28, 1896; House 1875–77.

    Egbert, Joseph (D N.Y.) April 10, 1807–July 7, 1888; House 1841–43.

    Ege, George (F Pa.) March 9, 1748–Dec. 14, 1829; House Dec. 8, 1796–Oct. 1797.

    Eggleston, Benjamin (R Ohio) Jan. 3, 1816–Feb. 9, 1888; House 1865–69.

    Eggleston, Joseph (uncle of William Segar Archer) (R Va.) Nov. 24, 1754–Feb. 13, 1811; House Dec. 3, 1798–1801.

    Ehlers, Vernon J. (R Mich.) Feb. 6, 1934–; House Jan. 25, 1994–; chair House Administration 2006–07.

    Ehrlich, Robert L. Jr. (R Md.) Nov. 25, 1957–; House 1995–2003; Gov. Jan. 15, 2003–Jan. 17, 2007.

    Eicher, Edward Clayton (D Iowa) Dec. 16, 1878–Nov. 29, 1944; House 1933–Dec. 2, 1938.

    Eickhoff, Anthony (D N.Y.) Sept. 11, 1827–Nov. 5, 1901; House 1877–79.

    Eilberg, Joshua (D Pa.) Feb. 12, 1921–March 24, 2004; House 1967–79.

    Einstein, Edwin (R N.Y.) Nov. 18, 1842–Jan. 24, 1905; House 1879–81.

    Ekwall, William Alexander (R Ore.) June 14, 1887–Oct. 16, 1956; House 1935–37.

    Ela, Jacob Hart (R N.H.) July 18, 1820–Aug. 21, 1884; House 1867–71.

    Elam, Joseph Barton (D La.) June 12, 1821–July 4, 1885; House 1877–81.

    Elder, James Walter (D La.) Oct. 5, 1882–Dec. 16, 1941; House 1913–15.

    Eldredge, Charles Augustus (D Wis.) Feb. 27, 1820–Oct. 26, 1896; House 1863–75.

    Eldredge, Nathaniel Buel (D Mich.) March 28, 1813–Nov. 27, 1893; House 1883–87.

    Eliot, Samuel Atkins (great-grandfather of Thomas Hopkinson Eliot) (W Mass.) March 5, 1798–Jan. 29, 1862; House Aug. 22, 1850–51.

    Eliot, Thomas Dawes (R Mass.) March 20, 1808–June 14, 1870; House April 17, 1854–55 (Whig), 1859–69.

    Eliot, Thomas Hopkinson (great-grandson of Samuel Atkins Eliot) (D Mass.) June 14, 1907–Oct. 14, 1991; House 1941–43.

    Elizalde, Joaquin Miguel (– P.I.) Aug. 2, 1896–Feb. 9, 1965; House (Res. Comm.) Sept. 29, 1938–Aug. 9, 1944.

    Elkins, Davis (son of Stephen Benton Elkins, grandson of Henry Gassaway Davis) (R W.Va.) Jan. 24, 1876–Jan. 5, 1959; Senate Jan. 9–Jan. 31, 1911, 1919–25.

    Elkins, Stephen Benton (father of Davis Elkins) (R W.Va.) Sept. 26, 1841–Jan. 4, 1911; House (Terr. Del. N.M.) 1873–77; Senate 1895–Jan. 4, 1911; secretary of war Dec. 17, 1891–March 5, 1893.

    Ellenbogen, Henry (D Pa.) April 3, 1900–July 4, 1985; House 1933–Jan. 3, 1938.

    Ellender, Allen Joseph (D La.) Sept. 24, 1890–July 27, 1972; Senate 1937–July 27, 1972; chair Senate Agriculture and Forestry 1951–53, 1955–71; elected pres. pro tempore Jan. 22, 1971; chair Senate Appropriations 1971–72.

    Ellerbe, James Edwin (D S.C.) Jan. 12, 1867–Oct. 24, 1917; House 1905–13.

    Ellery, Christopher (R R.I.) Nov. 1, 1768–Dec. 2, 1840; Senate May 6, 1801–05.

    Ellett, Henry Thomas (D Miss.) March 8, 1812–Oct. 15, 1887; House Jan. 26–March 3, 1847.

    Ellett, Tazewell (D Va.) Jan. 1, 1856–May 19, 1914; House 1895–97.

    Ellicott, Benjamin (R N.Y.) April 17, 1765–Dec. 10, 1827; House 1817–19.

    Elliott, Alfred James (D Calif.) June 1, 1895–Jan. 17, 1973; House May 4, 1937–49.

    Elliott, Carl Atwood (D Ala.) Dec. 20, 1913–Jan. 9, 1999; House 1949–65.

    Elliott, Douglas Hemphill (R Pa.) June 3, 1921–June 19, 1960; House April 26–June 19, 1960.

    Elliott, James (F Vt.) Aug. 18, 1775–Nov. 10, 1839; House 1803–09.

    Elliott, James Thomas (R Ark.) April 22, 1823–July 28, 1875; House Jan. 13–March 3, 1869.

    Elliott, John (– Ga.) Oct. 24, 1773–Aug. 9, 1827; Senate 1819–25.

    Elliott, John Milton (D Ky.) May 20, 1820–March 26, 1879; House 1853–59.

    Elliott, Mortimer Fitzland (D Pa.) Sept. 24, 1839–Aug. 5, 1920; House 1883–85.

    Elliott, Richard Nash (R Ind.) April 25, 1873–March 21, 1948; House June 26, 1917–31.

    Elliott, Robert Brown (R S.C.) Aug. 11, 1842–Aug. 9, 1884; House 1871–Nov. 1, 1874.

    Elliott, William (D S.C.) Sept. 3, 1838–Dec. 7, 1907; House 1887–Sept. 23, 1890, 1891–93, 1895–June 4, 1896, 1897–1903.

    Ellis, Caleb (F N.H.) April 16, 1767–May 6, 1816; House 1805–07.

    Ellis, Chesselden (D N.Y.) 1808–May 10, 1854; House 1843–45.

    Ellis, Clyde Taylor (D Ark.) Dec. 21, 1908–Feb. 9, 1980; House 1939–43.

    Ellis, Edgar Clarence (R Mo.) Oct. 2, 1854–March 15, 1947; House 1905–09, 1921–23, 1925–27, 1929–31.

    Ellis, Ezekiel John (D La.) Oct. 15, 1840–April 25, 1889; House 1875–85.

    Ellis, Hubert Summers (R W.Va.) July 6, 1887–Dec. 3, 1959; House 1943–49.

    Ellis, Powhatan (– Miss.) Jan. 17, 1790–March 18, 1863; Senate Sept. 28, 1825–Jan. 28, 1826, 1827–July 16, 1832.

    Ellis, William Cox (– Pa.) May 5, 1787–Dec. 13, 1871; House (elected to the term beginning 1821 but resigned before Congress assembled), 1823–25.

    Ellis, William Russell (R Ore.) April 23, 1850–Jan. 18, 1915; House 1893–99, 1907–11.

    Ellis, William Thomas (D Ky.) July 24, 1845–Jan. 8, 1925; House 1889–95.

    Ellison, Andrew (D Ohio) 1812–about 1860; House 1853–55.

    Ellison, Daniel (R Md.) Feb. 14, 1886–Aug. 20, 1960; House 1943–45.

    Ellison, Keith Maurice (D Minn.) Aug. 4, 1963–; House 2007–.

    Ellmaker, Amos (– Pa.) Feb. 2, 1787–Nov. 28, 1851; elected to the House for the term beginning 1815 but did not qualify.

    Ellsberry, William Wallace (D Ohio) Dec. 18, 1833–Sept. 7, 1894; House 1885–87.

    Ellsworth, Brad (D Ind.) Sept. 11, 1958–; House 2007–.

    Ellsworth, Charles Clinton (R Mich.) Jan. 29, 1824–June 25, 1899; House 1877–79.

    Ellsworth, Franklin Fowler (R Minn.) July 10, 1879–Dec. 23, 1942; House 1915–21.

    Ellsworth, Mathew Harris (R Ore.) Sept. 17, 1899–Feb. 7, 1986; House 1943–57.

    Ellsworth, Oliver (father of William Wolcott Ellsworth) (– Conn.) April 29, 1745–Nov. 26, 1807; Senate 1789–March 8, 1796; Cont. Cong. 1778–83; chief justice March 8, 1796– Dec. 15, 1800.

    Ellsworth, Robert Fred (R Kan.) June 11, 1926–; House 1961–67.

    Ellsworth, Samuel Stewart (D N.Y.) Oct. 13, 1790–June 4, 1863; House 1845–47.

    Ellsworth, William Wolcott (son of Oliver Ellsworth) (– Conn.) Nov. 10, 1791–Jan. 15, 1868; House 1829–July 8, 1834; Gov. May 2, 1838–May 4, 1842 (Whig).

    Ellwood, Reuben (R Ill.) Feb. 21, 1821–July 1, 1885; House 1883–July 1, 1885.

    Ellzey, Lawrence Russell (D Miss.) March 20, 1891–Dec. 7, 1977; House March 15, 1932–35.

    Elmendorf, Lucas Conrad (R N.Y.) 1758–Aug. 17, 1843; House 1797–1803.

    Elmer, Ebenezer (brother of Jonathan Elmer, father of Lucius Quintius Cincinnatus Elmer) (R N.J.) Aug. 23, 1752–Oct. 18, 1843; House 1801–07.

    Elmer, Jonathan (brother of Ebenezer Elmer, uncle of Lucius Quintius Cincinnatus Elmer) (– N.J.) Nov. 29, 1745–Sept. 3, 1817; Senate 1789–91; Cont. Cong. 1777–78, 1781–83, 1787–88.

    Elmer, Lucius Quintius Cincinnatus (son of Ebenezer Elmer, nephew of Jonathan Elmer) (D N.J.) Feb. 3, 1793–March 11, 1883; House 1843–45.

    Elmer, William Price (R Mo.) March 2, 1871–May 11, 1956; House 1943–45.

    Elmore, Franklin Harper (D S.C.) Oct. 15, 1799–May 29, 1850; House Dec. 10, 1836–39 (State Rights Democrat); Senate April 11–May 28, 1850.

    Elsaesser, Edward Julius (R N.Y.) March 10, 1904–Jan. 7, 1983; House 1945–49.

    Elston, Charles Henry (R Ohio) Aug. 1, 1891–Sept. 25, 1980; House 1939–53.

    Elston, John Arthur (R Calif.) Feb. 10, 1874–Dec. 15, 1921; House 1915–Dec. 15, 1921 (1915–17 Progressive).

    Eltse, Ralph Roscoe (R Calif.) Sept. 13, 1885–March 18, 1971; House 1933–35.

    Elvins, Politte (R Mo.) March 16, 1878–Jan. 14, 1943; House 1909–11.

    Ely, Alfred (R N.Y.) Feb. 15, 1815–May 18, 1892; House 1859–63.

    Ely, Frederick David (R Mass.) Sept. 24, 1838–Aug. 6, 1921; House 1885–87.

    Ely, John (D N.Y.) Oct. 8, 1774–Aug. 20, 1849; House 1839–41.

    Ely, Smith Jr. (D N.Y.) April 17, 1825–July 1, 1911; House 1871–73, 1875–Dec. 11, 1876.

    Ely, William (F Mass.) Aug. 14, 1765–Oct. 9, 1817; House 1805–15.

    Emanuel, Rahm (D Ill.) Nov. 29, 1959–; House 2003–.

    Embree, Elisha (W Ind.) Sept. 28, 1801–Feb. 28, 1863; House 1847–49.

    Emerich, Martin (D Ill.) April 27, 1846–Sept. 27, 1922; House 1903–05.

    Emerson, Henry Ivory (R Ohio) March 15, 1871–Oct. 28, 1953; House 1915–21.

    Emerson, Jo Ann (widow of Norvell William “Bill” Emerson) (R Mo.) Sept. 16, 1950–; House Nov. 5, 1996–.

    Emerson, Louis Woodard (R N.Y.) July 25, 1857–June 10, 1924; House 1899–1903.

    Emerson, Norvell William “Bill” (husband of Jo Ann Emerson) (R Mo.) Jan. 1, 1938–June 22, 1996; House 1981–June 22, 1996.

    Emery, David Farnham (R Maine) Sept. 1, 1948–; House 1975–83.

    Emott, James (F N.Y.) March 9, 1771–April 7, 1850; House 1809–13.

    Emrie, Jonas Reece (R Ohio) April 25, 1812–June 5, 1869; House 1855–57.

    Engel, Albert Joseph (R Mich.) Jan. 1, 1888–Dec. 2, 1959; House 1935–51.

    Engel, Eliot L. (D N.Y.) Feb. 18, 1947–; House 1989–.

    England, Edward Theodore (R W.Va.) Sept. 29, 1869–Sept. 9, 1934; House 1927–29.

    Engle, Clair (D Calif.) Sept. 21, 1911–July 30, 1964; House Aug. 31, 1943–59; chair House Interior and Insular Affairs 1955–59; Senate 1959–July 30, 1964.

    Englebright, Harry Lane (son of William Fellows Englebright) (R Calif.) Jan. 2, 1884–May 13, 1943; House Aug. 31, 1926–May 13, 1943.

    Englebright, William Fellows (father of Harry Lane Englebright) (R Calif.) Nov. 23, 1855–Feb. 10, 1915; House Nov. 6, 1906–11.

    English, Glenn Lee Jr. (D Okla.) Nov. 30, 1940–; House 1975–Jan. 7, 1994.

    English, James Edward (D Conn.) March 13, 1812–March 2, 1890; House 1861–65; Senate Nov. 27, 1875–May 17, 1876; Gov. May 1, 1867–May 5, 1869, May 4, 1870–May 16, 1871.

    English, Karan (D Ariz.) March 23, 1949–; House 1993–95.

    English, Phil (R Pa.) June 20, 1956–; House 1995–.

    English, Thomas Dunn (D N.J.) June 29, 1819–April 1, 1902; House 1891–95.

    English, Warren Barkley (D Calif.) May 1, 1840–Jan. 9, 1913; House April 4, 1894–95.

    English, William Eastin (son of William Hayden English) (D Ind.) Nov. 3, 1850–April 29, 1926; House May 22, 1884–85.

    English, William Hayden (father of William Eastin English) (D Ind.) Aug. 27, 1822–Feb. 7, 1896; House 1853–61.

    Enloe, Benjamin Augustine (D Tenn.) Jan. 18, 1848–July 8, 1922; House 1887–95.

    Enochs, William Henry (R Ohio) March 29, 1842–July 13, 1893; House 1891–July 13, 1893.

    Ensign, John (R Nev.) March 25, 1958–; House 1995–99; Senate 2001–.

    Enzi, Michael B. (R Wyo.) Feb. 1, 1944–; Senate 1997–; chair Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions 2005–07.

    Epes, James Fletcher (cousin of Sydney Parham Epes) (D Va.) May 23, 1842–Aug. 24, 1910; House 1891–95.

    Epes, Sydney Parham (cousin of James Fletcher Epes and William Bacon Oliver) (D Va.) Aug. 20, 1865–March 3, 1900; House 1897–March 23, 1898 (no party), 1899–March 3, 1900.

    Eppes, John Wayles (R Va.) April 7, 1773–Sept. 13, 1823; House 1803–11, 1813–15; Senate 1817–Dec. 4, 1819.

    Erdahl, Arlen Ingolf (R Minn.) Feb. 27, 1931–; House 1979–83.

    Erdman, Constantine Jacob (grandson of Jacob Erdman) (D Pa.) Sept. 4, 1846–Jan. 15, 1911; House 1893–97.

    Erdman, Jacob (grandfather of Constantine Jacob Erdman) (D Pa.) Feb. 22, 1801–July 20, 1867; House 1845–47.

    Erdreich, Ben (D Ala.) Dec. 9, 1938–; House 1983–93.

    Erickson, John Edward (D Mont.) March 14, 1863–May 25, 1946; Senate March 13, 1933–Nov. 6, 1934; Gov. Jan. 5, 1925–March 13, 1933.

    Erk, Edmund Frederick (R Pa.) April 17, 1872–Dec. 14, 1953; House Nov. 4, 1930–33.

    Erlenborn, John Neal (R Ill.) Feb. 8, 1927–Oct. 30, 2005; House 1965–85.

    Ermentrout, Daniel (D Pa.) Jan. 24, 1837–Sept. 17, 1899; House 1881–89, 1897–Sept. 17, 1899.

    Ernst, Richard Pretlow (R Ky.) Feb. 28, 1858–April 13, 1934; Senate 1921–27.

    Errett, Russell (R Pa.) Nov. 10, 1817–April 7, 1891; House 1877–83.

    Ertel, Allen Edward (D Pa.) Nov. 7, 1936–; House 1977–83.

    Ervin, James (R S.C.) Oct. 17, 1778–July 7, 1841; House 1817–21.

    Ervin, Joseph Wilson (brother of Samuel James Ervin Jr.) (D N.C.) March 3, 1901–Dec. 25, 1945; House Jan. 3–Dec. 25, 1945.

    Ervin, Samuel James Jr. (brother of Joseph Wilson Ervin) (D N.C.) Sept. 27, 1896–April 23, 1985; House Jan. 22, 1946–47; Senate June 5, 1954–Dec. 31, 1974; chair Senate Government Operations 1972–74.

    Esch, John Jacob (R Wis.) March 20, 1861–April 27, 1941; House 1899–1921.

    Esch, Marvin Lionel (R Mich.) Aug. 4, 1927–; House 1967–77.

    Eshleman, Edwin Duing (R Pa.) Dec. 4, 1920–Jan. 10, 1985; House 1967–77.

    Eshoo, Anna G. (D Calif.) Dec. 13, 1942–; House 1993–.

    Eslick, Edward Everett (husband of Willa McCord Blake Eslick) (D Tenn.) April 19, 1872–June 14, 1932; House 1925–June 14, 1932.

    Eslick, Willa McCord Blake (widow of Edward Everett Eslick) (D Tenn.) Sept. 8, 1878–Feb. 18, 1961; House Aug. 4, 1932–33.

    Espy, Albert Michael “Mike” (D Miss.) Nov. 30, 1953–; House 1987–Jan. 22, 1993; secretary of agriculture Jan. 22, 1993–Dec. 31, 1994.

    Essen, Frederick (R Mo.) April 22, 1863–Aug. 18, 1946; House Nov. 5, 1918–19.

    Estabrook, Experience (– Neb.) April 30, 1813–March 26, 1894; House (Terr. Del.) 1859–May 18, 1860.

    Estep, Harry Allison (R Pa.) Feb. 1, 1884–Feb. 28, 1968; House 1927–33.

    Esterly, Charles Joseph (R Pa.) Feb. 8, 1888–Sept. 3, 1940; House 1925–27, 1929–31.

    Estil, Benjamin (– Va.) March 13, 1780–July 14, 1853; House 1825–27.

    Estopinal, Albert (D La.) Jan. 30, 1845–April 28, 1919; House Nov. 3, 1908–April 28, 1919.

    Esty, Constantine Canaris (R Mass.) Dec. 26, 1824–Dec. 27, 1912; House Dec. 2, 1872–73.

    Etheridge, Bob R. (D N.C.) Aug. 7, 1941–; House 1997–.

    Etheridge, Emerson (O Tenn.) Sept. 28, 1819–Oct. 21, 1902; House 1853–57 (1853–55 Whig, 1855–57 American Party), 1859–61.

    Eustis, George Jr. (brother of James Biddle Eustis) (AP La.) Sept. 28, 1828–March 15, 1872; House 1855–59.

    Eustis, James Biddle (brother of George Eustis Jr.) (D La.) Aug. 27, 1834–Sept. 9, 1899; Senate Jan. 12, 1876–79, 1885–91.

    Eustis, William (R Mass.) June 10, 1753–Feb. 6, 1825; House 1801–05, Aug. 21, 1820–23; secretary of war March 7, 1809–Jan. 13, 1813; Gov. May 31, 1823–Feb. 6, 1825.

    Evans, Alexander (W Md.) Sept. 13, 1818–Dec. 5, 1888; House 1847–53.

    Evans, Alvin (R Pa.) Oct. 4, 1845–June 19, 1906; House 1901–05.

    Evans, Billy Lee (D Ga.) Nov. 10, 1941–; House 1977–83.

    Evans, Charles Robley (D Nev.) Aug. 9, 1866–Nov. 30, 1954; House 1919–21.

    Evans, Daniel Jackson (R Wash.) Oct. 16, 1925–; Senate Sept. 12, 1983–89; Gov. Jan. 11, 1965–Jan. 12, 1977.

    Evans, David Ellicott (– N.Y.) March 19, 1788–May 17, 1850; House March 4–May 2, 1827.

    Evans, David Reid (R S.C.) Feb. 20, 1769–March 8, 1843; House 1813–15.

    Evans, David Walter (D Ind.) Aug. 17, 1946–; House 1975–83.

    Evans, Frank Edward (D Colo.) Sept. 6, 1923–; House 1965–79.

    Evans, George (W Maine) Jan. 12, 1797–April 6, 1867; House July 20, 1829–41 (no party); Senate 1841–47.

    Evans, Henry Clay (R Tenn.) June 18, 1843–Dec. 12, 1921; House 1889–91.

    Evans, Hiram Kinsman (R Iowa) March 17, 1863–July 9, 1941; House June 4, 1923–25.

    Evans, Isaac Newton (R Pa.) July 29, 1827–Dec. 3, 1901; House 1877–79, 1883–87.

    Evans, James La Fayette (R Ind.) March 27, 1825–May 28, 1903; House 1875–79.

    Evans, John Morgan (D Mont.) Jan. 7, 1863–March 12, 1946; House 1913–21, 1923–33.

    Evans, Joshua Jr. (J Pa.) Jan. 20, 1777–Oct. 2, 1846; House 1829–33.

    Evans, Josiah James (D S.C.) Nov. 27, 1786–May 6, 1858; Senate 1853–May 6, 1858.

    Evans, Lane Allen (D Ill.) Aug. 4, 1951–; House 1983–2007.

    Evans, Lemuel Dale (AP Texas) Jan. 8, 1810–July 1, 1877; House 1855–57.

    Evans, Lynden (D Ill.) June 28, 1858–May 6, 1926; House 1911–13.

    Evans, Marcellus Hugh (D N.Y.) Sept. 22, 1884–Nov. 21, 1953; House 1935–41.

    Evans, Melvin Herbert (R V.I.) Aug. 7, 1917–Nov. 27, 1984; House (Del.) 1979–81.

    Evans, Nathan (W Ohio) June 24, 1804–Sept. 27, 1879; House 1847–51.

    Evans, Robert Emory (R Neb.) July 15, 1856–July 8, 1925; House 1919–23.

    Evans, Thomas (F Va.) ?–?; House 1797–1801.

    Evans, Thomas Beverley Jr. (R Del.) Nov. 5, 1931–; House 1977–83.

    Evans, Thomas Cooper (R Iowa) May 26, 1924–; House 1981–87.

    Evans, Walter (nephew of Burwell Clark Ritter) (R Ky.) Sept. 18, 1842–Dec. 30, 1923; House 1895–99.

    Evans, William Elmer (R Calif.) Dec. 14, 1877–Nov. 12, 1959; House 1927–35.

    Evarts, William Maxwell (grandson of Roger Sherman) (R N.Y.) Feb. 6, 1818–Feb. 28, 1901; Senate 1885–91; attorney general July 15, 1868–March 3, 1869; secretary of state March 12, 1877–March 7, 1881.

    Everett, Edward (father of William Everett) (W Mass.) April 11, 1794–Jan. 15, 1865; House 1825–35 (no party); Senate 1853–June 1, 1854; Gov. Jan. 13, 1836–Jan. 18, 1840; secretary of state Nov. 6, 1852–March 3, 1853.

    Everett, Horace (W Vt.) July 17, 1779–Jan. 30, 1851; House 1829–43 (1829–35 no party).

    Everett, Robert Ashton (D Tenn.) Feb. 24, 1915–Jan. 26, 1969; House Feb. 1, 1958–Jan. 26, 1969.

    Everett, Robert Terry (R Ala.) Feb. 15, 1937–; House 1993–.

    Everett, Robert William (D Ga.) March 3, 1839–Feb. 27, 1915; House 1891–93.

    Everett, William (son of Edward Everett) (D Mass.) Oct. 10, 1839–Feb. 16, 1910; House April 25, 1893–95.

    Everhart, James Bowen (son of William Everhart) (R Pa.) July 26, 1821–Aug. 23, 1888; House 1883–87.

    Everhart, William (father of James Bowen Everhart) (W Pa.) May 17, 1785–Oct. 30, 1868; House 1853–55.

    Evins, John Hamilton (D S.C.) July 18, 1830–Oct. 20, 1884; House 1877–Oct. 20, 1884.

    Evins, Joseph Landon (D Tenn.) Oct. 24, 1910–March 31, 1984; House 1947–77; chair House Select Small Business 1963–75; chair House Small Business 1975–77.

    Ewart, Hamilton Glover (R N.C.) Oct. 23, 1849–April 28, 1918; House 1889–91.

    Ewing, Andrew (brother of Edwin Hickman Ewing) (D Tenn.) June 17, 1813–June 16, 1864; House 1849–51.

    Ewing, Edwin Hickman (brother of Andrew Ewing) (W Tenn.) Dec. 2, 1809–April 24, 1902; House 1845–47.

    Ewing, John (W Ind.) May 19, 1789–April 6, 1858; House 1833–35 (no party), 1837–39.

    Ewing, John Hoge (W Pa.) Oct. 5, 1796–June 9, 1887; House 1845–47.

    Ewing, Presley Underwood (W Ky.) Sept. 1, 1822–Sept. 27, 1854; House 1851–Sept. 27, 1854.

    Ewing, Thomas (father of Thomas Ewing, below) (W Ohio) Dec. 28, 1789–Oct. 26, 1871; Senate 1831–37, July 20, 1850–51; secretary of the Treasury March 4–Sept. 11, 1841; secretary of the interior March 8, 1849–July 22, 1850.

    Ewing, Thomas (son of Thomas Ewing, above) (D Ohio) Aug. 7, 1829–Jan. 21, 1896; House 1877–81.

    Ewing, Thomas W. (R Ill.) Sept. 19, 1935–; House July 10, 1991–2001.

    Ewing, William Lee Davidson (– Ill.) Aug. 31, 1795–March 25, 1846; Senate Dec. 30, 1835–37; Gov. Nov. 17–Dec. 3, 1834.

    Exon, John James (D Neb.) Aug. 9, 1921–; Senate 1979–97; Gov. Jan. 7, 1971–Jan. 3, 1979.

    Members of Congress - F

    Faddis, Charles Isiah (D Pa.) June 13, 1890–April 1, 1972; House 1933–Dec. 4, 1942.

    Fair, James Graham (D Nev.) Dec. 3, 1831–Dec. 28, 1894; Senate 1881–87.

    Fairbanks, Charles Warren (R Ind.) May 11, 1852–June 4, 1918; Senate 1897–1905; vice president 1905–09.

    Fairchild, Benjamin Lewis (R N.Y.) Jan. 5, 1863–Oct. 25, 1946; House 1895–97, 1917–19, 1921–23, Nov. 6, 1923–27.

    Fairchild, George Winthrop (R N.Y.) May 6, 1854–Dec. 31, 1824; House 1907–19.

    Faircloth, Duncan McLauchlin “Lauch” (R N.C.) Jan. 14, 1928–; Senate 1993–99.

    Fairfield, John (D Maine) Jan. 30, 1797–Dec. 24, 1847; House 1835–Dec. 24, 1838; Senate 1843–Dec. 24, 1847; Gov. Jan. 2, 1839–Jan. 6, 1841, Jan. 5, 1842–March 7, 1843.

    Fairfield, Louis William (R Ind.) Oct. 15, 1858–Feb. 20, 1930; House 1917–25.

    Faison, John Miller (D N.C.) April 17, 1862–April 21, 1915; House 1911–15.

    Falconer, Jacob Alexander (Prog. Wash.) Jan. 26, 1869–July 1, 1928; House 1913–15.

    Faleomavaega, Eni F. H. (D Am. Samoa) Aug. 15, 1943–; House (Del.) 1989–.

    Fall, Albert Bacon (R N.M.) Nov. 26, 1861–Nov. 30, 1944; Senate March 27, 1912–March 4, 1921; secretary of the interior March 5, 1921–March 4, 1923.

    Fallin, Mary (R Okla.) Dec. 9, 1954–; House 2007–.

    Fallon, George Hyde (D Md.) July 24, 1902–March 21, 1980; House 1945–71; chair House Public Works 1965–71.

    Fannin, Paul Jones (R Ariz.) Jan. 29, 1907–Jan. 13, 2002; Senate 1965–77; Gov. Jan. 5, 1959–Jan. 4, 1965.

    Faran, James John (D Ohio) Dec. 29, 1808–Dec. 12, 1892; House 1845–49.

    Farbstein, Leonard (D N.Y.) Oct. 12, 1902–Nov. 9, 1993; House 1957–71.

    Faris, George Washington (R Ind.) June 9, 1854–April 17, 1914; House 1895–1901.

    Farlee, Isaac Gray (– N.J.) May 18, 1787–Jan. 12, 1855; House 1843–45.

    Farley, Ephraim Wilder (W Maine) Aug. 29, 1817–April 3, 1880; House 1853–55.

    Farley, James Indus (D Ind.) Feb. 24, 1871–June 16, 1948; House 1933–39.

    Farley, James Thompson (D Calif.) Aug. 6, 1829–Jan. 22, 1886; Senate 1879–85.

    Farley, Michael Francis (D N.Y.) March 1, 1863–Oct. 8, 1921; House 1915–17.

    Farlin, Dudley (J N.Y.) Sept. 2, 1777–Sept. 26, 1837; House 1835–37.

    Farnsley, Charles Rowland Peaslee (D Ky.) March 28, 1907–June 19, 1990; House 1965–67.

    Farnsworth, John Franklin (R Ill.) March 27, 1820–July 14, 1897; House 1857–61, 1863–73.

    Farnum, Billie Sunday (D Mich.) April 11, 1916–Nov. 18, 1979; House 1965–67.

    Farquhar, John Hanson (R Ind.) Dec. 20, 1818–Oct. 1, 1873; House 1865–67.

    Farquhar, John McCreath (R N.Y.) April 17, 1832–April 24, 1918; House 1885–91.

    Farr, Evarts Worcester (R N.H.) Oct. 10, 1840–Nov. 30, 1880; House 1879–Nov. 30, 1880.

    Farr, John Richard (R Pa.) July 18, 1857–Dec. 11, 1933; House 1911–19, Feb. 25–March 3, 1921.

    Farr, Sam (D Calif.) July 4, 1941–; House June 16, 1993–.

    Farrelly, John Wilson (son of Patrick Farrelly) (W Pa.) July 7, 1809–Dec. 20, 1860; House 1847–49.

    Farrelly, Patrick (father of John Wilson Farrelly) (– Pa.) 1770–Jan. 12, 1826; House 1821–Jan. 12, 1826.

    Farrington, James (D N.H.) Oct. 1, 1791–Oct. 29, 1859; House 1837–39.

    Farrington, Joseph Rider (husband of Mary Elizabeth Pruett Farrington) (R Hawaii) Oct. 15, 1897–June 19, 1954; House (Terr. Del.) 1943–June 19, 1954.

    Farrington, Mary Elizabeth Pruett (widow of Joseph Rider Farrington) (R Hawaii) May 30, 1898–July 21, 1984; House (Terr. Del.) July 31, 1954–57.

    Farrow, Samuel (R S.C.) 1759–Nov. 18, 1824; House 1813–15.

    Farwell, Charles Benjamin (R Ill.) July 1, 1823–Sept. 23, 1903; House 1871–May 6, 1876, 1881–83; Senate Jan. 19, 1887–91.

    Farwell, Nathan Allen (cousin of Owen Lovejoy) (R Maine) Feb. 24, 1812–Dec. 9, 1893; Senate Oct. 27, 1864–65.

    Farwell, Sewall Spaulding (R Iowa) April 26, 1834–Sept. 21, 1909; House 1881–83.

    Fary, John George (D Ill.) April 11, 1911–June 7, 1984; House July 8, 1975–83.

    Fascell, Dante Bruno (D Fla.) March 9, 1917–Nov. 28, 1998; House 1955–93; chair House Foreign Affairs 1984–93.

    Fassett, Jacob Sloat (– N.Y.) Nov. 13, 1853–April 21, 1924; House 1905–11.

    Fattah, Chaka (D Pa.) Nov. 21, 1956–; House 1995–.

    Faulkner, Charles James (father of Charles James Faulkner, below) (D W.Va.) July 6, 1806–Nov. 1, 1884; House 1851–59 (1851–55 Whig) (Va.), 1875–77.

    Faulkner, Charles James (son of Charles James Faulkner, above) (D W.Va.) Sept. 21, 1847–Jan. 13, 1929; Senate 1887–99.

    Fauntroy, Walter Edward (D D.C.) Feb. 6, 1933–; House (Del.) March 23, 1971–91.

    Faust, Charles Lee (R Mo.) April 24, 1879–Dec. 17, 1928; House 1921–Dec. 17, 1928.

    Favrot, George Kent (D La.) Nov. 26, 1868–Dec. 26, 1934; House 1907–09, 1921–25.

    Fawell, Harris Walter (R Ill.) March 25, 1929–; House 1985–99.

    Fay, Francis Ball (W Mass.) June 12, 1793–Oct. 6, 1876; House Dec. 13, 1852–53.

    Fay, James Herbert (D N.Y.) April 29, 1899–Sept. 10, 1948; House 1939–41, 1943–45.

    Fay, John (– N.Y.) Feb. 10, 1773–June 21, 1855; House 1819–21.

    Fazio, Victor Herbert Jr. (D Calif.) Oct. 11, 1942–; House 1979–99.

    Fearing, Paul (F N.W. Terr.) Feb. 28, 1762–Aug. 21, 1822; House (Terr. Del.) 1801–03.

    Featherston, Winfield Scott (D Miss.) Aug. 8, 1820–May 28, 1891; House 1847–51.

    Featherstone, Lewis Porter (Lab. Ark.) July 28, 1851–March 14, 1922; House March 5, 1890–91.

    Feazel, William Crosson (D La.) June 10, 1895–March 16, 1965; Senate May 18–Dec. 30, 1948.

    Feely, John Joseph (D Ill.) Aug. 1, 1875–Feb. 15, 1905; House 1901–03.

    Feeney, Tom C. (R Fla.) May 21, 1958–; House 2003–.

    Feighan, Edward Farrell (nephew of Michael Aloysius Feighan) (D Ohio) Oct. 22, 1947–; House 1983–93.

    Feighan, Michael Aloysius (uncle of Edward Farrell Feighan) (D Ohio) Feb. 16, 1905–March 19, 1992; House 1943–71.

    Feingold, Russell D. (D Wis.) March 2, 1953–; Senate 1993–.

    Feinstein, Dianne (D Calif.) June 22, 1933–; Senate Nov. 10, 1992–; chair Senate Rules and Administration 2007–.

    Felch, Alpheus (D Mich.) Sept. 28, 1804–June 13, 1896; Senate 1847–53; Gov. Jan. 5, 1846–March 3, 1847.

    Felder, John Myers (N S.C.) July 7, 1782–Sept. 1, 1851; House 1831–35 (1831–33 Jacksonian).

    Fellows, Frank (R Maine) Nov. 7, 1889–Aug. 27, 1951; House 1941–Aug. 27, 1951.

    Fellows, John R. (D N.Y.) July 29, 1832–Dec. 7, 1896; House 1891–Dec. 31, 1893.

    Felton, Charles Norton (R Calif.) Jan. 1, 1828–Sept. 13, 1914; House 1885–89; Senate March 19, 1891–93.

    Felton, Rebecca Latimer (wife of William Harrell Felton) (D Ga.) June 10, 1835–Jan. 24, 1930; Senate Nov. 21–Nov. 22, 1922.

    Felton, William Harrell (husband of Rebecca Latimer Felton) (ID Ga.) June 1, 1823–Sept. 24, 1909; House 1875–81.

    Fenerty, Clare Gerald (R Pa.) July 25, 1895–July 1, 1952; House 1935–37.

    Fenn, Edward Hart (R Conn.) Sept. 12, 1856–Feb. 23, 1939; House 1921–31.

    Fenn, Stephen Southmyd (D Idaho) March 28, 1820–April 13, 1892; House (Terr. Del.) June 23, 1876–79.

    Fenner, James (R R.I.) Jan. 22, 1771–April 17, 1846; Senate 1805–Sept. 1807; Gov. May 6, 1807–May 1, 1811 (Democratic Republican), May 5, 1824–May 4, 1831 (Democratic Republican), May 2, 1843–May 6, 1845 (Law & Order Whig).

    Fenton, Ivor David (R Pa.) Aug. 3, 1889–Oct. 23, 1986; House 1939–63.

    Fenton, Lucien Jerome (R Ohio) May 7, 1844–June 28, 1922; House 1895–99.

    Fenton, Reuben Eaton (R N.Y.) July 4, 1819–Aug. 25, 1885; House 1853–55 (Democrat), 1857–Dec. 20, 1864 (Democrat); Senate 1869–75; Gov. Jan. 1, 1865–Jan. 1, 1869 (Union Republican).

    Fenwick, Millicent Hammond (R N.J.) Feb. 25, 1910–Sept. 16, 1992; House 1975–83.

    Ferdon, John William (R N.Y.) Dec. 13, 1826–Aug. 5, 1884; House 1879–81.

    Ferguson, Fenner (D Neb.) April 25, 1814–Oct. 11, 1859; House (Terr. Del.) 1857–59.

    Ferguson, Homer (R Mich.) Feb. 25, 1889–Dec. 17, 1982; Senate 1943–55.

    Ferguson, Michael “Mike” (R N.J.) July 22, 1970–; House 2001–.

    Ferguson, Phillip Colgan (D Okla.) Aug. 15, 1903–Aug. 8, 1978; House 1935–41.

    Fergusson, Harvey Butler (D N.M.) Sept. 9, 1848–June 10, 1915; House (Terr. Del.) 1897–99, (Rep.) Jan. 8, 1912–15.

    Fernald, Bert Manfred (R Maine) April 3, 1858–Aug. 23, 1926; Senate Sept. 12, 1916–Aug. 23, 1926; Gov. Jan. 6, 1909–Jan. 4, 1911.

    Fernandez, Antonio Manuel (D N.M.) Jan. 17, 1902–Nov. 7, 1956; House 1943–Nov. 7, 1956.

    Fernandez, Joachim Octave (D La.) Aug. 14, 1896–Aug. 8, 1978; House 1931–41.

    Fernos-Isern, Antonio (PD P.R.) May 10, 1895–Jan. 19, 1974; House (Res. Comm.) Sept. 11, 1946–65.

    Ferraro, Geraldine Anne (D N.Y.) Aug. 26, 1935–; House 1979–85.

    Ferrell, Thomas Merrill (D N.J.) June 20, 1844–Oct. 20, 1916; House 1883–85.

    Ferris, Charles Goadsby (D N.Y.) about 1796–June 4, 1848; House Dec. 1, 1834–35 (Jacksonian), 1841–43.

    Ferris, Scott (D Okla.) Nov. 3, 1877–June 8, 1945; House Nov. 16, 1907–21.

    Ferris, Woodbridge Nathan (D Mich.) Jan. 6, 1853–March 23, 1928; Senate 1923–March 23, 1928; Gov. Jan. 1, 1913–Jan. 1, 1917.

    Ferriss, Orange (R N.Y.) Nov. 26, 1814–April 11, 1894; House 1867–71.

    Ferry, Orris Sanford (LR/D Conn.) Aug. 15, 1823–Nov. 21, 1875; House 1859–61 (Republican); Senate 1867–Nov. 21, 1875 (1867–73 Republican).

    Ferry, Thomas White (R Mich.) June 10, 1827–Oct. 13, 1896; House 1865–71; Senate 1871–83; elected pres. pro tempore March 9, 1875, March 19, 1875, Dec. 20, 1875, March 5, 1877, Feb. 26, 1878, April 17, 1878, March 3, 1879.

    Fess, Simeon Davison (R Ohio) Dec. 11, 1861–Dec. 23, 1936; House 1913–23; Senate 1923–35; chair Rep. Nat. Comm. 1930–32.

    Fessenden, Samuel Clement (brother of Thomas Amory Deblois Fessenden and William Pitt Fessenden) (R Maine) March 7, 1815–April 18, 1882; House 1861–63.

    Fessenden, Thomas Amory Deblois (brother of Samuel Clement Fessenden and William Pitt Fessenden) (R Maine) Jan. 23, 1826–Sept. 28, 1868; House Dec. 1, 1862–63.

    Fessenden, William Pitt (brother of Samuel Clement Fessenden and Thomas Amory Deblois Fessenden) (R Maine) Oct. 16, 1806–Sept. 8, 1869; House 1841–43 (Whig); Senate Feb. 10, 1854–July 1, 1864 (Feb. 10, 1854–59 Whig), 1865–Sept. 8, 1869; secretary of the Treasury July 5, 1864–March 3, 1865.

    Few, William (– Ga.) June 8, 1748–July 16, 1828; Senate 1789–93; Cont. Cong. 1780–82, 1786–88.

    Ficklin, Orlando Bell (D Ill.) Dec. 16, 1808–May 5, 1886; House 1843–49, 1851–53.

    Fiedler, Roberta Frances “Bobbi” (née Horowitz) (R Calif.) April 22, 1937–; House 1981–87.

    Fiedler, William Henry Frederick (D N.J.) Aug. 25, 1847–Jan. 1, 1919; House 1883–85.

    Field, David Dudley (D N.Y.) Feb. 13, 1805–April 13, 1894; House Jan. 11–March 3, 1877.

    Field, Moses Whelock (R Mich.) Feb. 10, 1828–March 14, 1889; House 1873–75.

    Field, Richard Stockton (son of Richard Stockton) (R N.J.) Dec. 31, 1803–May 25, 1870; Senate Nov. 21, 1862–Jan. 14, 1863.

    Field, Scott (D Texas) Jan. 26, 1847–Dec. 20, 1931; House 1903–07.

    Field, Walbridge Abner (R Mass.) April 26, 1833–July 15, 1899; House 1877–March 28, 1878 (no party), 1879–81.

    Fielder, George Bragg (D N.J.) July 24, 1842–Aug. 14, 1906; House 1893–95.

    Fields, Cleo (D La.) Nov. 22, 1962–; House 1993–97.

    Fields, Jack Milton Jr. (R Texas) Feb. 3, 1952–; House 1981–97.

    Fields, William Craig (R N.Y.) Feb. 13, 1804–Oct. 27, 1882; House 1867–69.

    Fields, William Jason (D Ky.) Dec. 29, 1874–Oct. 21, 1954; House 1911–Dec. 11, 1923; Gov. Dec. 11, 1923–Dec. 13, 1927.

    Fiesinger, William Louis (D Ohio) Oct. 25, 1877–Sept. 11, 1953; House 1931–37.

    Fillmore, Millard (W N.Y.) Jan. 7, 1800–March 8, 1874; House 1833–35, 1837–43; vice president 1849–July 10, 1850; president July 10, 1850–53.

    Filner, Bob (D Calif.) Sept. 4, 1942–; House 1993–; chair House Veterans’ Affairs 2007–.

    Finch, Isaac (– N.Y.) Oct. 13, 1783–June 23, 1845; House 1829–31.

    Finck, William Edward (D Ohio) Sept. 1, 1822–Jan. 25, 1901; House 1863–67, Dec. 7, 1874–75.

    Findlay, James (brother of John Findlay and William Findlay) (J Ohio) Oct. 12, 1770–Dec. 28, 1835; House 1825–33 (1825–29 no party).

    Findlay, John (brother of James Findlay and William Findlay) (– Pa.) March 31, 1766–Nov. 5, 1838; House Oct. 9, 1821–27.

    Findlay, John Van Lear (D Md.) Dec. 21, 1839–April 19, 1907; House 1883–87.

    Findlay, William (brother of James Findlay and John Findlay) (R Pa.) June 20, 1768–Nov. 12, 1846; Senate Dec. 10, 1821–27; Gov. Dec. 16, 1817–Dec. 19, 1820 (Democratic Republican).

    Findley, Paul (R Ill.) June 23, 1921–; House 1961–83.

    Findley, William (R Pa.) 1741 or 1742–April 4, 1821; House 1791–99 (1791–95 no party), 1803–17.

    Fine, John (D N.Y.) Aug. 26, 1794–Jan. 4, 1867; House 1839–41.

    Fine, Sidney Asher (D N.Y.) Sept. 14, 1903–April 13, 1982; House 1951–Jan. 2, 1956.

    Finerty, John Frederick (ID Ill.) Sept. 10, 1846–June 10, 1908; House 1883–85.

    Fingerhut, Eric D. (D Ohio) May 6, 1959–; House 1993–95.

    Finkelnburg, Gustavus Adolphus (LR Mo.) April 6, 1837–May 18, 1908; House 1869–73 (1869–71 Republican).

    Finley, Charles (son of Hugh Franklin Finley) (R Ky.) March 26, 1865–March 18, 1941; House Feb. 15, 1930–33.

    Finley, David Edward (D S.C.) Feb. 28, 1861–Jan. 26, 1917; House 1899–Jan. 26, 1917.

    Finley, Ebenezer Byron (nephew of Stephen Ross Harris) (D Ohio) July 31, 1833–Aug. 22, 1916; House 1877–81.

    Finley, Hugh Franklin (father of Charles Finley) (R Ky.) Jan. 18, 1833–Oct. 16, 1909; House 1887–91.

    Finley, Jesse Johnson (D Fla.) Nov. 18, 1812–Nov. 6, 1904; House April 19, 1876–77, Feb. 20–March 3, 1879, 1881–June 1, 1882.

    Finnegan, Edward Rowan (D Ill.) June 5, 1905–Feb. 2, 1971; House 1961–Dec. 6, 1964.

    Finney, Darwin Abel (R Pa.) Aug. 11, 1814–Aug. 25, 1868; House 1867–Aug. 25, 1868.

    Fino, Paul Albert (R N.Y.) Dec. 15, 1913–; House 1953–Dec. 31, 1968.

    Fischer, Israel Frederick (R N.Y.) Aug. 17, 1858–March 16, 1940; House 1895–99.

    Fish, Hamilton (father of Hamilton Fish, below, grandfather of Hamilton Fish born in 1888, great-grandfather of Hamilton Fish Jr. born in 1926) (W N.Y.) Aug. 3, 1808–Sept. 7, 1893; House 1843–45; Senate 1851–57; Gov. Jan. 1, 1849–Jan. 1, 1851; secretary of state March 17, 1869–March 12, 1877.

    Fish, Hamilton (son of Hamilton Fish, above, father of Hamilton Fish born in 1888, grandfather of Hamilton Fish Jr. born in 1926) (R N.Y.) April 17, 1849–Jan. 15, 1936; House 1909–11.

    Fish, Hamilton (son of Hamilton Fish born in 1849, father of Hamilton Fish Jr., below, grandson of Hamilton Fish born in 1808) (R N.Y.) Dec. 7, 1888–Jan. 18, 1991; House Nov. 2, 1920–45.

    Fish, Hamilton Jr. (son of Hamilton Fish born in 1888, above, grandson of Hamilton Fish born in 1849, great-grandson of Hamilton Fish born in 1808) (R N.Y.) June 3, 1926–July 23, 1996; House 1969–95.

    Fishburne, John Wood (cousin of Fontaine Maury Maverick) (D Va.) March 8, 1868–June 24, 1937; House 1931–33.

    Fisher, Charles (R N.C.) Oct. 20, 1789–May 7, 1849; House Feb. 11, 1819–21, 1839–41.

    Fisher, David (W Ohio) Dec. 3, 1794–May 7, 1886; House 1847–49.

    Fisher, George (– N.Y.) March 17, 1788–March 26, 1861; House 1829–Feb. 5, 1830.

    Fisher, George Purnell (U Del.) Oct. 13, 1817–Feb. 10, 1899; House 1861–63.

    Fisher, Horatio Gates (R Pa.) April 21, 1838–May 8, 1890; House 1879–83.

    Fisher, Hubert Frederick (D Tenn.) Oct. 6, 1877–June 16, 1941; House 1917–31.

    Fisher, John (R N.Y.) March 13, 1806–March 28, 1882; House 1869–71.

    Fisher, Joseph Lyman (D Va.) Jan. 11, 1914–Feb. 19, 1992; House 1975–81.

    Fisher, Ovie Clark (D Texas) Nov. 22, 1903–Dec. 9, 1994; House 1943–Dec. 31, 1974.

    Fisher, Spencer Oliver (D Mich.) Feb. 3, 1843–June 1, 1919; House 1885–89.

    Fisk, James (R Vt.) Oct. 4, 1763–Nov. 17, 1844; House 1805–09, 1811–15; Senate Nov. 4, 1817–Jan. 8, 1818.

    Fisk, Jonathan (R N.Y.) Sept. 26, 1778–July 13, 1832; House 1809–11, 1813–March 1815.

    Fitch, Asa (F N.Y.) Nov. 10, 1765–Aug. 24, 1843; House 1811–13.

    Fitch, Ashbel Parmelee (D N.Y.) Oct. 8, 1838–May 4, 1904; House 1887–Dec. 26, 1893 (1887–89 Republican).

    Fitch, Graham Newell (grandfather of Edwin Denby) (D Ind.) Dec. 5, 1809–Nov. 29, 1892; House 1849–53; Senate Feb. 4, 1857–61.

    Fitch, Thomas (R Nev.) Jan. 27, 1838–Nov. 12, 1923; House 1869–71.

    Fite, Samuel McClary (D Tenn.) June 12, 1816–Oct. 23, 1875; House March 4–Oct. 23, 1875.

    Fithian, Floyd James (D Ind.) Nov. 3, 1928–June 27, 2003; House 1975–83.

    Fithian, George Washington (D Ill.) July 4, 1854–Jan. 21, 1921; House 1889–95.

    Fitzgerald, Frank Thomas (D N.Y.) May 4, 1857–Nov. 25, 1907; House March 4–Nov. 4, 1889.

    Fitzgerald, John Francis (grandfather of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Robert Francis Kennedy and Edward Moore Kennedy, great-grandfather of Joseph Patrick Kennedy II) (D Mass.) Feb. 11, 1863–Oct. 2, 1950; House 1895–1901, March 4–Oct. 23, 1919.

    Fitzgerald, John Joseph (D N.Y.) March 10, 1872–May 13, 1952; House 1899–Dec. 31, 1917.

    Fitzgerald, Peter G. (R Ill.) Oct. 20, 1960–; Senate 1999–2005.

    Fitzgerald, Roy Gerald (R Ohio) Aug. 25, 1875–Nov. 16, 1962; House 1921–31.

    Fitzgerald, Thomas (D Mich.) April 10, 1796–March 25, 1855; Senate June 8, 1848–49.

    Fitzgerald, William (J Tenn.) Aug. 6, 1799–March 1864; House 1831–33.

    Fitzgerald, William Joseph (D Conn.) March 2, 1887–May 6, 1947; House 1937–39, 1941–43.

    Fitzgerald, William Thomas (R Ohio) Oct. 13, 1858–Jan. 12, 1939; House 1925–29.

    Fitzgibbons, John (D N.Y.) July 10, 1868–Aug. 4, 1941; House 1933–35.

    Fitzhenry, Louis (D Ill.) June 13, 1870–Nov. 18, 1935; House 1913–15.

    Fitzpatrick, Benjamin (D Ala.) June 30, 1802–Nov. 21, 1869; Senate Nov. 25, 1848–Nov. 30, 1849, Jan. 14, 1853–55, Nov. 26, 1855–Jan. 21, 1861; elected pres. pro tempore Dec. 7, 1857, March 29, 1858, June 14, 1858, Jan. 25, 1859, March 9, 1859, Dec. 19, 1859, Feb. 20, 1860, June 26, 1860; Gov. Nov. 22, 1841–Dec. 10, 1845.

    Fitzpatrick, James Martin (D N.Y.) June 27, 1869–April 10, 1949; House 1927–45.

    Fitzpatrick, Michael G. (R Pa.) June 28, 1963–; House 2005–07.

    Fitzpatrick, Morgan Cassius (D Tenn.) Oct. 29, 1868–June 25, 1908; House 1903–05.

    Fitzpatrick, Thomas Young (D Ky.) Sept. 20, 1850–Jan. 21, 1906; House 1897–1901.

    Fitzsimons, Thomas (– Pa.) 1741–Aug. 26, 1811; House 1789–95; Cont. Cong. 1782–83.

    Fjare, Orvin Benonie (R Mont.) April 16, 1918–; House 1955–57.

    Flack, William Henry (R N.Y.) March 22, 1861–Feb. 2, 1907; House 1903–Feb. 2, 1907.

    Flagler, Thomas Thorn (W N.Y.) Oct. 12, 1811–Sept. 6, 1897; House 1853–57.

    Flaherty, Lawrence James (R Calif.) July 4, 1878–June 13, 1926; House 1925–June 13, 1926.

    Flaherty, Thomas Aloysius (D Mass.) Dec. 21, 1898–April 27, 1965; House Dec. 14, 1937–43.

    Flake, Floyd Harold (D N.Y.) Jan. 30, 1945–; House 1987–Nov. 15, 1997.

    Flake, Jeff (R Ariz.) Dec. 31, 1962–; House 2001–.

    Flanagan, De Witt Clinton (D N.J.) Dec. 28, 1870–Jan. 15, 1946; House June 18, 1902–03.

    Flanagan, James Winright (R Texas) Sept. 5, 1805–Sept. 28, 1887; Senate March 30, 1870–75.

    Flanagan, Michael Patrick (R Ill.) Nov. 9, 1962–; House 1995–97.

    Flanders, Alvan (R Wash.) Aug. 2, 1825–March 14, 1884; House (Terr. Del.) 1867–69; Gov. (Wash. Terr.) 1869–70.

    Flanders, Benjamin Franklin (U La.) Jan. 26, 1816–March 13, 1896; House Dec. 3, 1862–63; Military Gov. June 6, 1867–Jan. 8, 1868.

    Flanders, Ralph Edward (R Vt.) Sept. 28, 1880–Feb. 19, 1970; Senate Nov. 1, 1946–59.

    Flannagan, John William Jr. (D Va.) Feb. 20, 1885–April 27, 1955; House 1931–49.

    Flannery, John Harold (D Pa.) April 19, 1898–June 3, 1961; House 1937–Jan. 3, 1942.

    Fleeger, George Washington (R Pa.) March 13, 1839–June 25, 1894; House 1885–87.

    Fleetwood, Frederick Gleed (R Vt.) Sept. 27, 1868–Jan. 28, 1938; House 1923–25.

    Fleger, Anthony Alfred (D Ohio) Oct. 21, 1900–July 16, 1963; House 1937–39.

    Fleming, William Bennett (D Ga.) Oct. 29, 1803–Aug. 19, 1886; House Feb. 10–March 3, 1879.

    Fleming, William Henry (D Ga.) Oct. 18, 1856–June 9, 1944; House 1897–1903.

    Fletcher, Charles Kimball (R Calif.) Dec. 15, 1902–Sept. 29, 1985; House 1947–49.

    Fletcher, Duncan Upshaw (D Fla.) Jan. 6, 1859–June 17, 1936; Senate 1909–June 17, 1936.

    Fletcher, Ernest L. “Ernie” (R Ky.) Nov. 12, 1952–; House 1999–Dec. 8, 2003; Gov. Dec. 9, 2003–.

    Fletcher, Isaac (D Vt.) Nov. 22, 1784–Oct. 19, 1842; House 1837–41.

    Fletcher, Loren (R Minn.) April 10, 1833–April 15, 1919; House 1893–1903, 1905–07.

    Fletcher, Richard (W Mass.) Jan. 8, 1788–June 21, 1869; House 1837–39.

    Fletcher, Thomas (R Ky.) Oct. 21, 1779–?; House Dec. 2, 1816–17.

    Fletcher, Thomas Brooks (D Ohio) Oct. 10, 1879–July 1, 1945; House 1925–29, 1933–39.

    Flick, James Patton (R Iowa) Aug. 28, 1845–Feb. 25, 1929; House 1889–93.

    Flint, Frank Putnam (R Calif.) July 15, 1862–Feb. 11, 1929; Senate 1905–11.

    Flippo, Ronnie Gene (D Ala.) Aug. 15, 1937–; House 1977–91.

    Flood, Daniel John (D Pa.) Nov. 26, 1903–May 28, 1994; House 1945–47, 1949–53, 1955–Jan. 31, 1980.

    Flood, Henry De La Warr (brother of Joel West Flood, uncle of Harry Flood Byrd) (D Va.) Sept. 2, 1865–Dec. 8, 1921; House 1901–Dec. 8, 1921.

    Flood, Joel West (brother of Henry De La Warr Flood, uncle of Harry Flood Byrd) (D Va.) Aug. 2, 1894–April 27, 1964; House Nov. 8, 1932–33.

    Flood, Thomas Schmeck(R N.Y.) April 12, 1844–Oct. 28, 1908; House 1887–91.

    Florence, Elias (W Ohio) Feb. 15, 1797–Nov. 21, 1880; House 1843–45.

    Florence, Thomas Birch (D Pa.) Jan. 26, 1812–July 3, 1875; House 1851–61.

    Florio, James Joseph (D N.J.) Aug. 29, 1937–; House 1975–Jan. 16, 1990; Gov. Jan. 16, 1990–Jan. 18, 1994.

    Flournoy, Thomas Stanhope (W Va.) Dec. 15, 1811–March 12, 1883; House 1847–49.

    Flower, Roswell Pettibone (D N.Y.) Aug. 7, 1835–May 12, 1899; House Nov. 8, 1881–83, 1889–Sept. 16, 1891; Gov. Jan. 1, 1892–Jan. 1, 1895.

    Flowers, Walter (D Ala.) April 12, 1933–April 12, 1984; House 1969–79.

    Floyd, Charles Albert (D N.Y.) 1791–Feb. 20, 1873; House 1841–43.

    Floyd, John (– Ga.) Oct. 3, 1769–June 24, 1839; House 1827–29.

    Floyd, John (R Va.) April 24, 1783–Aug. 17, 1837; House 1817–29; Gov. March 4, 1830–March 31, 1834 (Democrat).

    Floyd, John Charles (D Ark.) April 14, 1858–Nov. 4, 1930; House 1905–15.

    Floyd, John Gelston (grandson of William Floyd) (D N.Y.) Feb. 5, 1806–Oct. 5, 1881; House 1839–43, 1851–53.

    Floyd, William (grandfather of John Gelston Floyd) (– N.Y.) Dec. 17, 1734–Aug. 4, 1821; House 1789–91; Cont. Cong. 1774–76, 1779–83.

    Flye, Edwin (R Maine) March 4, 1817–July 12, 1886; House Dec. 4, 1876–77.

    Flynn, Dennis Thomas (R Okla.) Feb. 13, 1861–June 19, 1939; House (Terr. Del.) 1893–97, 1899–1903.

    Flynn, Gerald Thomas (D Wis.) Oct. 7, 1910–May 14, 1990; House 1959–61.

    Flynn, Joseph Vincent (D N.Y.) Sept. 2, 1883–Feb. 6, 1940; House 1915–19.

    Flynt, John James Jr. (D Ga.) Nov. 8, 1914–June 24, 2007; House Nov. 2, 1954–79; chair House Standards of Official Conduct 1975–77.

    Focht, Benjamin Kurtz (R Pa.) March 12, 1863–March 27, 1937; House 1907–13, 1915–23, 1933–March 27, 1937.

    Foelker, Otto Godfrey (R N.Y.) Dec. 29, 1875–Jan. 18, 1943; House Nov. 3, 1908–11.

    Foerderer, Robert Hermann (R Pa.) May 16, 1860–July 26, 1903; House 1901–July 26, 1903.

    Fogarty, John Edward (D R.I.) March 23, 1913–Jan. 10, 1967; House 1941–Dec. 7, 1944, Feb. 7, 1945–Jan. 10, 1967.

    Fogg, George Gilman (R N.H.) May 26, 1813–Oct. 5, 1881; Senate Aug. 31, 1866–67.

    Foglietta, Thomas Michael (D Pa.) Dec. 3, 1928–Nov. 13, 2004; House 1981–Nov. 12, 1997 (1981–83 Independent).

    Foley, James Bradford (D Ind.) Oct. 18, 1807–Dec. 5, 1886; House 1857–59.

    Foley, John Robert (D Md.) Oct. 16, 1917–Nov. 11, 2001; House 1959–61.

    Foley, Mark (R Fla.) Sept. 8, 1954–; House 1995–Sept. 29, 2006.

    Foley, Thomas Stephen (D Wash.) March 6, 1929–; House 1965–95; chair House Agriculture 1975–81; House majority leader 1987–June 6, 1989; Speaker June 6, 1989–95.

    Folger, Alonzo Dillard (brother of John Hamlin Folger) (D N.C.) July 9, 1888–April 30, 1941; House 1939–April 30, 1941.

    Folger, John Hamlin (brother of Alonzo Dillard Folger) (D N.C.) Dec. 18, 1880–July 19, 1963; House June 14, 1941–49.

    Folger, Walter Jr. (R Mass.) June 12, 1765–Sept. 8, 1849; House 1817–21.

    Follett, John Fassett (D Ohio) Feb. 18, 1831–April 15, 1902; House 1883–85.

    Fong, Hiram Leong (R Hawaii) Oct. 1, 1907–Aug. 18, 2004; Senate Aug. 21, 1959–77.

    Foot, Samuel Augustus (– Conn.) Nov. 8, 1780–Sept. 15, 1846; House 1819–21, 1823–25, 1833–May 9, 1834; Senate 1827–33; Gov. May 7, 1834–May 6, 1835 (Whig).

    Foot, Solomon (R Vt.) Nov. 19, 1802–March 28, 1866; House 1843–47 (Whig); Senate 1851–March 28, 1866 (1851–57 Whig); elected pres. pro tempore Feb. 16, 1861, March 23, 1861, July 18, 1861, Jan. 15, 1862, March 31, 1862, June 19, 1862, Feb. 18, 1863, March 4, 1863, Dec. 18, 1863, Feb. 23, 1864, April 11, 1864.

    Foote, Charles Augustus (– N.Y.) April 15, 1785–Aug. 1, 1828; House 1823–25.

    Foote, Ellsworth Bishop (R Conn.) Jan. 12, 1898–Jan. 18, 1977; House 1947–49.

    Foote, Henry Stuart (D Miss.) Feb. 28, 1804–May 19, 1880; Senate 1847–Jan. 8, 1852; Gov. Jan. 10, 1852–Jan. 5, 1854.

    Foote, Wallace Turner Jr. (R N.Y.) April 7, 1864–Dec. 17, 1910; House 1895–99.

    Foraker, Joseph Benson (R Ohio) July 5, 1846–May 10, 1917; Senate 1897–1909; Gov. Jan. 11, 1886–Jan. 13, 1890.

    Foran, Martin Ambrose (D Ohio) Nov. 11, 1844–June 28, 1921; House 1883–89.

    Forand, Aime Joseph (D R.I.) May 23, 1895–Jan. 18, 1972; House 1937–39, 1941–61.

    Forbes, J. Randy (R Va.) Feb. 17, 1952–; House June 26, 2001–.

    Forbes, Michael P. (D N.Y.) July 16, 1952–; House 1995–2001 (1995–99 Republican).

    Ford, Aaron Lane (D Miss.) Dec. 21, 1903–July 8, 1983; House 1935–43.

    Ford, George (D Ind.) Jan. 11, 1846–Aug. 30, 1917; House 1885–87.

    Ford, Gerald Rudolph Jr. (R Mich.) July 14, 1913–Dec. 26, 2006; House 1949– Dec. 6, 1973; House minority leader 1965–Dec. 6, 1973; vice president Dec. 6, 1973–Aug. 9, 1974; president Aug. 9, 1974–77.

    Ford, Harold Eugene (D Tenn.) (father of Harold Eugene Ford Jr.) May 20, 1945–; House 1975–97.

    Ford, Harold Eugene Jr. (D Tenn.) (son of Harold Eugene Ford) May 11, 1970–; House 1997–2007.

    Ford, James (J Pa.) May 4, 1783–Aug. 18, 1859; House 1829–33.

    Ford, Leland Merritt (R Calif.) March 8, 1893–Nov. 27, 1965; House 1939–43.

    Ford, Melbourne Haddock (D Mich.) June 30, 1849–April 20, 1891; House 1887–89, March 4–April 20, 1891.

    Ford, Nicholas (G Mo.) June 21, 1833–June 18, 1897; House 1879–83.

    Ford, Thomas Francis (D Calif.) Feb. 18, 1873–Dec. 26, 1958; House 1933–45.

    Ford, Wendell Hampton (D Ky.) Sept. 8, 1924–; Senate Dec. 28, 1974–99; chair Senate Rules and Administration 1987–95; Gov. Dec. 7, 1971–Dec. 28, 1974.

    Ford, William David (D Mich.) Aug. 6, 1927–Aug. 14, 2004; House 1965–95; chair House Post Office and Civil Service 1981–91; chair House Education and Labor 1991–95.

    Ford, William Donnison (D N.Y.) 1779–Oct. 1, 1833; House 1819–21.

    Fordney, Joseph Warren (R Mich.) Nov. 5, 1853–Jan. 8, 1932; House 1899–1923.

    Foreman, Edgar Franklin (R N.M.) Dec. 22, 1933–; House 1963–65 (Texas), 1969–71.

    Forester, John B. (White supporter Tenn.) ?–Aug. 31, 1845; House 1833–37 (1833–35 Jacksonian).

    Forker, Samuel Carr (D N.J.) March 16, 1821–Feb. 10, 1900; House 1871–73.

    Forman, William St. John (D Ill.) Jan. 20, 1847–June 10, 1908; House 1889–95.

    Fornance, Joseph (D Pa.) Oct. 18, 1804–Nov. 24, 1852; House 1839–43.

    Fornes, Charles Vincent (D N.Y.) Jan. 22, 1844–May 22, 1929; House 1907–13.

    Forney, Daniel Munroe (son of Peter Forney, uncle of William Henry Forney) (R N.C.) May 1784–Oct. 15, 1847; House 1815–18.

    Forney, Peter (father of Daniel Munroe Forney, grandfather of William Henry Forney) (R N.C.) April 21, 1756–Feb. 1, 1834; House 1813–15.

    Forney, William Henry (grandson of Peter Forney, nephew of Daniel Munroe Forney) (D Ala.) Nov. 9, 1823–Jan. 16, 1894; House 1875–93.

    Forrest, Thomas (– Pa.) 1747–March 20, 1825; House 1819–21, Oct. 8, 1822–23.

    Forrest, Uriah (– Md.) 1756–July 6, 1805; House 1793–Nov. 8, 1794; Cont. Cong. 1787.

    Forrester, Elijah Lewis (D Ga.) Aug. 16, 1896–March 19, 1970; House 1951–65.

    Forsyth, John (J Ga.) Oct. 22, 1780–Oct. 21, 1841; House 1813–Nov. 23, 1818 (Republican), 1823–Nov. 7, 1827 (Republican); Senate Nov. 23, 1818–Feb. 17, 1819 (Republican), Nov. 9, 1829–June 27, 1834; Gov. Nov. 7, 1827–Nov. 4, 1829 (Democratic Republican); secretary of state July 1, 1834–March 3, 1841.

    Forsythe, Albert Palaska (G Ill.) May 24, 1830–Sept. 2, 1906; House 1879–81.

    Forsythe, Edwin Bell (R N.J.) Jan. 17, 1916–March 29, 1984; House Nov. 3, 1970–March 29, 1984.

    Fort, Franklin William (R N.J.) March 30, 1880–June 20, 1937; House 1925–31.

    Fort, Greenbury Lafayette (R Ill.) Oct. 17, 1825–Jan. 13, 1883; House 1873–81.

    Fort, Tomlinson (– Ga.) July 14, 1787–May 11, 1859; House 1827–29.

    Fortenberry, Jeff (R Neb.) Dec. 27, 1960–; House 2005–.

    Fortuno, Luis G. (R P.R.) Oct. 31, 1960–; House (Res. Comm.) 2005–.

    Forward, Chauncey (brother of Walter Forward) (J Pa.) Feb. 4, 1793–Oct. 19, 1839; House Dec. 4, 1826–31 (Dec. 4, 1826–29 no party).

    Forward, Walter (brother of Chauncey Forward) (– Pa.) Jan. 24, 1786–Nov. 24, 1852; House Oct. 8, 1822–25; secretary of the Treasury Sept. 13, 1841–March 1, 1843.

    Fosdick, Nicoll (– N.Y.) Nov. 9, 1785–May 7, 1868; House 1825–27.

    Foss, Eugene Noble (brother of George Edmund Foss) (D Mass.) Sept. 24, 1858–Sept. 13, 1939; House March 22, 1910–Jan. 4, 1911; Gov. Jan. 5, 1911–Jan. 8, 1914.

    Foss, Frank Herbert (R Mass.) Sept. 20, 1865–Feb. 15, 1947; House 1925–35.

    Foss, George Edmund (brother of Eugene Noble Foss) (R Ill.) July 2, 1863–March 15, 1936; House 1895–1913, 1915–19.

    Fossella, Vito J. Jr. (great-grandson of James O’ Leary) (R N.Y.) March 9, 1965–; House Nov. 5, 1997–.

    Foster, A. Lawrence (W N.Y.) ?–?; House 1841–43.

    Foster, Abiel (F N.H.) Aug. 8, 1735–Feb. 6, 1806; House 1789–91 (no party), 1795–1803; Cont. Cong. 1783–85.

    Foster, Addison Gardner (R Wash.) Jan. 28, 1837–Jan. 16, 1917; Senate 1899–1905.

    Foster, Charles (R Ohio) April 12, 1828–Jan. 9, 1904; House 1871–79; Gov. Jan. 12, 1880–Jan. 14, 1884; secretary of the Treasury Feb. 25, 1891–March 6, 1893.

    Foster, David Johnson (R Vt.) June 27, 1857–March 21, 1912; House 1901–March 21, 1912.

    Foster, Dwight (brother of Theodore Foster) (F Mass.) Dec. 7, 1757–April 29, 1823; House 1793–June 6, 1800 (no party); Senate June 6, 1800–March 2, 1803.

    Foster, Ephraim Hubbard (W Tenn.) Sept. 17, 1794–Sept. 6, 1854; Senate Sept. 17, 1838–39; Oct. 17, 1843–45.

    Foster, George Peter (D Ill.) April 3, 1858–Nov. 11, 1928; House 1899–1905.

    Foster, Henry Allen (D N.Y.) May 7, 1800–May 11, 1889; House 1837–39; Senate Nov. 30, 1844–Jan. 27, 1845.

    Foster, Henry Donnel (cousin of John Cabell Breckinridge) (D Pa.) Dec. 19, 1808–Oct. 16, 1880; House 1843–47, 1871–73.

    Foster, Israel Moore (R Ohio) Jan. 12, 1873–June 10, 1950; House 1919–25.

    Foster, John Hopkins (R Ind.) Jan. 31, 1862–Sept. 5, 1917; House May 16, 1905–09.

    Foster, Lafayette Sabine (R Conn.) Nov. 22, 1806–Sept. 19, 1880; Senate 1855–67; elected pres. pro tempore March 7, 1865.

    Foster, Martin David (D Ill.) Sept. 3, 1861–Oct. 20, 1919; House 1907–19.

    Foster, Murphy James (cousin of Jared Young Sanders) (D La.) Jan. 12, 1849–June 12, 1921; Senate 1901–13; Gov. May 16, 1892–May 21, 1900 (Anti-Lottery Democrat).

    Foster, Nathaniel Greene (AP Ga.) Aug. 25, 1809–Oct. 19, 1869; House 1855–57 (affiliated with the Democratic Party).

    Foster, Stephen Clark (R Maine) Dec. 24, 1799–Oct. 5, 1872; House 1857–61.

    Foster, Theodore (brother of Dwight Foster) (F R.I.) April 29, 1752–Jan. 13, 1828; Senate June 7, 1790–1803.

    Foster, Thomas Flournoy (W Ga.) Nov. 23, 1790–Sept. 14, 1848; House 1829–35 (no party), 1841–43.

    Foster, Wilder De Ayr (R Mich.) Jan. 8, 1819–Sept. 20, 1873; House Dec. 4, 1871–Sept. 20, 1873.

    Fouke, Philip Bond (D Ill.) Jan. 23, 1818–Oct. 3, 1876; House 1859–63.

    Foulkes, George Ernest (D Mich.) Dec. 25, 1878–Dec. 13, 1960; House 1933–35.

    Foulkrod, William Walker (R Pa.) Nov. 22, 1846–Nov. 13, 1910; House 1907–Nov. 13, 1910.

    Fountain, Lawrence H. (D N.C.) April 23, 1913–Oct. 10, 2002; House 1953–83.

    Fowler, Charles Newell (R N.J.) Nov. 2, 1852–May 27, 1932; House 1895–1911.

    Fowler, Hiram Robert (D Ill.) Feb. 7, 1851–Jan. 5, 1926; House 1911–15.

    Fowler, John (R Ky.) 1755–Aug. 22, 1840; House 1797–1807.

    Fowler, John Edgar (P N.C.) Sept. 8, 1866–July 4, 1930; House 1897–99.

    Fowler, Joseph Smith (U Tenn.) Aug. 31, 1820–April 1, 1902; Senate July 24, 1866–71.

    Fowler, Orin (W Mass.) July 19, 1791–Sept. 3, 1852; House 1849–Sept. 3, 1852.

    Fowler, Samuel (grandfather of Samuel Fowler, below) (J N.J.) Oct. 30, 1779–Feb. 20, 1844; House 1833–37.

    Fowler, Samuel (grandson of Samuel Fowler, above) (D N.J.) March 22, 1851–March 17, 1919; House 1889–93.

    Fowler, Tillie (R Fla.) Dec. 23, 1942–March 2, 2005; House 1993–2001.

    Fowler, Wyche Jr. (D Ga.) Oct. 6, 1940–; House April 6, 1977–87; Senate 1987–93.

    Fox, Andrew Fuller (D Miss.) April 26, 1849–Aug. 29, 1926; House 1897–1903.

    Fox, John (D N.Y.) June 30, 1835–Jan. 17, 1914; House 1867–71.

    Fox, Jon D. (R Pa.) April 22, 1947–; House 1995–99.

    Foxx, Virginia Ann (R N.C.) June 29, 1943–; House 2005–.

    Frahm, Sheila (R Kan.) March 22, 1945–; Senate June 11, 1996–Nov. 27, 1996.

    France, Joseph Irvin (R Md.) Oct. 11, 1873–Jan. 26, 1939; Senate 1917–23.

    Franchot, Richard (R N.Y.) June 2, 1816–Nov. 23, 1875; House 1861–63.

    Francis, George Blinn (R N.Y.) Aug. 12, 1883–May 20, 1967; House 1917–19.

    Francis, John Brown (grandson of John Brown of R.I.) (W R.I.) May 31, 1791–Aug. 9, 1864; Senate Jan. 25, 1844–45; Gov. May 1, 1833–May 2, 1838 (Democrat).

    Francis, William Bates (D Ohio) Oct. 25, 1860–Dec. 5, 1954; House 1911–15.

    Frank, Augustus (nephew of William Patterson of N.Y. and George Washington Patterson) (R N.Y.) July 17, 1826–April 29, 1895; House 1859–65.

    Frank, Barney (D Mass.) March 31, 1940–; House 1981–; chair House Financial Services 2007–.

    Frank, Nathan (R Mo.) Feb. 23, 1852–April 5, 1931; House 1889–91.

    Frankhauser, William Horace (R Mich.) March 5, 1863–May 9, 1921; House March 4–May 9, 1921.

    Franklin, Benjamin Joseph (D Mo.) March 1839–May 18, 1898; House 1875–79; Gov. (Ariz. Terr.) April 18, 1896–July 29, 1897.

    Franklin, Jesse (brother of Meshack Franklin) (R N.C.) March 24, 1760–Aug. 31, 1823; House 1795–97 (no party); Senate 1799–1805, 1807–13; elected pres. pro tempore March 10, 1804; Gov. Dec. 7, 1820–Dec. 7, 1821 (Democratic Republican).

    Franklin, John Rankin (W Md.) May 6, 1820–Jan. 11, 1878; House 1853–55.

    Franklin, Meshack (brother of Jesse Franklin) (R N.C.) 1772–Dec. 18, 1839; House 1807–15.

    Franklin, William Webster (R Miss.) Dec. 13, 1941–; House 1983–87.

    Franks, Gary (R Conn.) Feb. 9, 1953–; House 1991–97.

    Franks, Robert Douglas “Bob” (R N.J.) Sept. 21, 1951–; House 1993–2001.

    Franks, Trent (R Ariz.) June 19, 1957–; House 2003–.

    Fraser, Donald MacKay (DFL Minn.) Feb. 20, 1924–; House 1963–79.

    Frazer, Victor O. (I V.I.) May 24, 1943–; House (Del.) 1995–97.

    Frazier, James Beriah (father of James Beriah Frazier Jr.) (D Tenn.) Oct. 18, 1856–March 28, 1937; Senate March 21, 1905–11; Gov. Jan. 19, 1903–March 21, 1905.

    Frazier, James Beriah Jr. (son of James Beriah Frazier) (D Tenn.) June 23, 1890–Oct. 30, 1978; House 1949–63.

    Frazier, Lynn Joseph (R N.D.) Dec. 21, 1874–Jan. 11, 1947; Senate 1923–41; Gov. Jan. 3, 1917–Nov. 23, 1921.

    Frear, James Archibald (R Wis.) Oct. 24, 1861–May 28, 1939; House 1913–35.

    Frear, Joseph Allen Jr. (D Del.) March 7, 1903–Jan. 15, 1993; Senate 1949–61.

    Frederick, Benjamin Todd (D Iowa) Oct. 5, 1834–Nov. 3, 1903; House 1885–87.

    Fredericks, John Donnan (R Calif.) Sept. 10, 1869–Aug. 26, 1945; House May 1, 1923–27.

    Free, Arthur Monroe (R Calif.) Jan. 15, 1879–April 1, 1953; House 1921–33.

    Freedley, John (W Pa.) May 22, 1793–Dec. 8, 1851; House 1847–51.

    Freeman, Chapman (R Pa.) Oct. 8, 1832–March 22, 1904; House 1875–79.

    Freeman, James Crawford (R Ga.) April 1, 1820–Sept. 3, 1885; House 1873–75.

    Freeman, John D. (U Miss.) ?–Jan. 17, 1886; House 1851–53.

    Freeman, Jonathan (uncle of Nathaniel Freeman Jr.) (F N.H.) March 21, 1745–Aug. 20, 1808; House 1797–1801.

    Freeman, Nathaniel Jr. (nephew of Jonathan Freeman) (R Mass.) May 1, 1766–Aug. 22, 1800; House 1795–99 (1795–97 Federalist).

    Freeman, Richard Patrick (R Conn.) April 24, 1869–July 8, 1944; House 1915–33.

    Freer, Romeo Hoyt (R W.Va.) Nov. 9, 1846–May 9, 1913; House 1899–1901.

    Frelinghuysen, Frederick (father of Theodore Frelinghuysen, great-uncle of Frederick Theodore Frelinghuysen, great-great-great-grandfather of Peter Hood Ballantine Frelinghuysen Jr., great-great-great-great-grandfather of Rodney P. Frelinghuysen) (– N.J.) April 13, 1753–April 13, 1804; Senate 1793–Nov. 12, 1796; Cont. Cong. 1779.

    Frelinghuysen, Frederick Theodore (nephew and adopted son of Theodore Frelinghuysen, great-nephew of Frederick Frelinghuysen, uncle of Joseph Sherman Frelinghuysen, great-grandfather of Peter Hood Ballantine Frelinghuysen Jr., great-great-grandfather of Rodney P. Frelinghuysen) (R N.J.) Aug. 4, 1817–May 20, 1885; Senate Nov. 12, 1866–69, 1871–77; secretary of state Dec. 19, 1881–March 6, 1885.

    Frelinghuysen, Joseph Sherman (nephew of Frederick Theodore Frelinghuysen, cousin of Peter Hood Ballentine Frelinghuysen Jr.) (R N.J.) March 12, 1869–Feb. 8, 1948; Senate 1917–23.

    Frelinghuysen, Peter Hood Ballantine Jr. (father of Rodney P. Frelinghuysen, cousin of Joseph Sherman Frelinghuysen, great-grandson of Frederick Theodore Frelinghuysen, great-great-nephew of Theodore Frelinghuysen, great-great-great-grandson of Frederick Frelinghuysen) (R N.J.) Jan. 17, 1916–; House 1953–75.

    Frelinghuysen, Rodney P. (son of Peter Hood Ballentine Frelinghuysen Jr., great-great-grandson of Frederick Theodore Frelinghuysen, great-great-great-great-grandson of Frederick Frelinghuysen) (R N.J.) April 29, 1946–; House 1995–.

    Frelinghuysen, Theodore (son of Frederick Frelinghuysen, uncle and adoptive father of Frederick Theodore Frelinghuysen, great-great-uncle of Peter Hood Ballantine Frelinghuysen Jr.) (N.J.) March 28, 1787–April 12, 1862; Senate 1829–35.

    Fremont, John Charles (son-in-law of Thomas Hart Benton) (D Calif.) Jan. 21, 1813–July 13, 1890; Senate Sept. 9, 1850–51; Gov. (Ariz. Terr.) 1878–81.

    French, Burton Lee (R Idaho) Aug. 1, 1875–Sept. 12, 1954; House 1903–09, 1911–15, 1917–33.

    French, Carlos (D Conn.) Aug. 6, 1835–April 14, 1903; House 1887–89.

    French, Ezra Bartlett (R Maine) Sept. 23, 1810–April 24, 1880; House 1859–61.

    French, John Robert (R N.C.) May 28, 1819–Oct. 2, 1890; House July 6, 1868–69.

    French, Richard (D Ky.) June 20, 1792–May 1, 1854; House 1835–37 (Jacksonian), 1843–45, 1847–49.

    Frenzel, William Eldridge (R Minn.) July 31, 1928–; House 1971–91.

    Frey, Louis Jr. (R Fla.) Jan. 11, 1934–; House 1969–79.

    Frey, Oliver Walter (D Pa.) Sept. 7, 1887–Aug. 26, 1939; House Nov. 7, 1933–39.

    Frick, Henry (W Pa.) March 17, 1795–March 1, 1844; House 1843–March 1, 1844.