49th United States Congress - political parties

49th United States Congress - political parties

The Forty-ninth United States Congress was a meeting of the legislative branch of the United States federal government, composed of the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives. It met in Washington, DC from March 4 1885 to March 3 1887, during the first two years of the first administration of U.S. President Grover Cleveland.

The apportionment of seats in this House of Representatives was based on the Ninth Census of the United States in 1880. The Senate had a Republican majority, and the House had a Democratic majority.

This article supplements the main article with a list of the members by political party.

:"Main article: 49th United States Congress":"See also: 49th United States Congress - State Delegations":"See also: United States House election, 1884"

The list below is arranged by chamber, then by political party. Members are shown in alphabetical order.

Dates of sessions

March 4 1885 - March 3 1887
*Special session of the Senate: March 4 1885April 2 1885
*First session: December 7 1885 - August 5 1886
*Second session: December 6 1886 - March 3 1887 — a lame duck sessionPrevious congress: 48th Congress
Next congress: 50th Congress

Party summary

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Senators were elected by the state legislatures every two years, with one-third beginning new six year terms with each Congress.


=Democratic=

:A-F
* Thomas F. Bayard, Sr. (1828-1898), "Delaware" …resigned March 6 1885.
* James B. Beck (1822-1890), "Kentucky"
* James H. Berry (1841-1913), "Arkansas" …elected to fill vacancy, seated March 25 1885.
* Joseph C. S. Blackburn (1838-1918), "Kentucky"
* Joseph E. Brown (1821-1894), "Georgia"
* Matthew C. Butler (1836-1909), "South Carolina"
* Wilkinson Call (1834-1910), "Florida"
* Johnson N. Camden (1828-1908), "West Virginia"
* Francis M. Cockrell (1834-1915), "Missouri"
* Richard Coke (1829-1897), "Texas"
* Alfred H. Colquitt (1824-1894), "Georgia"
* James B. Eustis (1834-1899), "Louisiana"
* James G. Fair (1831-1894), "Nevada" :G-L
* Augustus H. Garland (1832-1899), "Arkansas" …resigned March 6 1885.
* James Z. George (1826-1897), "Mississippi"
* Randall L. Gibson (1832-1892), "Louisiana"
* Arthur Pue Gorman (1839-1906), "Maryland"
* George Gray (1840-1925), "Delaware" …elected to fill vacancy, seated March 19 1885.
* Wade Hampton (1818-1902), "South Carolina"
* Isham G. Harris (1818-1897), "Tennessee"
* George Hearst (1820-1891), "California" …appointed to fill vacancy, seated April 9 1886.
* Howell E. Jackson (1832-1895), "Tennessee" …resigned April 14 1886.
* Charles W. Jones (1834-1897), "Florida"
* James K. Jones (1839-1908), "Arkansas"
* John E. Kenna (1848-1893), "West Virginia"
* Lucius Q. C. Lamar (1825-1893), "Mississippi" …resigned March 6 1885.:M-R
* Samuel B. Maxey (1825-1895), "Texas"
* John R. McPherson (1833-1897), "New Jersey"
* John T. Morgan (1824-1907), "Alabama"
* Henry B. Payne (1810-1896), "Ohio"
* James L. Pugh (1820-1907), "Alabama"
* Matt W. Ransom (1826-1904), "North Carolina" :S-Z
* Eli M. Saulsbury (1817-1893), "Delaware"
* Zebulon B. Vance (1830-1894), "North Carolina"
* George G. Vest (1830-1904), "Missouri"
* Daniel W. Voorhees (1827-1897), "Indiana"
* Edward C. Walthall (1831-1898), "Mississippi" …appointed to fill vacancy, seated March 12 1885, subsequently elected.
* Washington C. Whitthorne (1825-1891), "Tennessee" …appointed to fill vacancy, seated April 26 1886, subsequently elected.
* Ephraim K. Wilson (1821-1891), "Maryland"


=Republican=

:A-F
* Nelson W. Aldrich (1841-1915), "Rhode Island"
* William B. Allison (1829-1908), "Iowa"
* Henry W. Blair (1834-1920), "New Hampshire" …appointed to fill vacancy, seated December 7 1885, subsequently elected.
* Thomas M. Bowen (1835-1906), "Colorado"
* J. Donald Cameron (1833-1918), "Pennsylvania"
* Jonathan Chace (1829-1917), "Rhode Island"
* Person C. Cheney (1828-1901), "New Hampshire" …appointed to fill vacancy, seated December 7 1886.
* Omar D. Conger (1818-1898), "Michigan"
* Shelby M. Cullom (1829-1914), "Illinois"
* Henry L. Dawes (1816-1903), "Massachusetts"
* Joseph N. Dolph (1835-1897), "Oregon"
* George F. Edmunds (1828-1919), "Vermont"
* William M. Evarts (1818-1901), "New York"
* Charles B. Farwell (1823-1903), "Illinois" …elected to fill vacancy, seated January 25 1887.
* William P. Frye (1830-1911), "Maine" :G-L
* Eugene Hale (1836-1918), "Maine"
* Benjamin Harrison (1833-1901), "Indiana"
* Joseph R. Hawley (1826-1905), "Connecticut"
* George F. Hoar (1826-1904), "Massachusetts"
* John J. Ingalls (1833-1900), "Kansas"
* John P. Jones (1829-1912), "Nevada"
* John A. Logan (1826-1886), "Illinois" …died December 26 1886.:M-R
* Charles F. Manderson (1837-1911), "Nebraska"
* Samuel J. R. McMillan (1826-1897), "Minnesota"
* John F. Miller (1831-1886), "California" …died March 8 1886.
* Warner Miller (1838-1918), "New York"
* John H. Mitchell (1835-1905), "Oregon" …elected to fill vacancy, seated December 17 1885.
* John I. Mitchell (1838-1907), "Pennsylvania"
* Justin S. Morrill (1810-1898), "Vermont"
* Thomas W. Palmer (1830-1913), "Michigan"
* Austin F. Pike (1819-1886), "New Hampshire" …died October 8 1886.
* Orville H. Platt (1827-1905), "Connecticut"
* Preston B. Plumb (1837-1891), "Kansas"
* Dwight M. Sabin (1843-1902), "Minnesota" :S-Z
* Philetus Sawyer (1816-1900), "Wisconsin"
* William J. Sewell (1835-1901), "New Jersey"
* John Sherman (1823-1900), "Ohio"
* John C. Spooner (1843-1919), "Wisconsin"
* Leland Stanford (1824-1893), "California"
* Henry M. Teller (1830-1914), "Colorado"
* Charles H. Van Wyck (1824-1895), "Nebraska"
* Abram P. Williams (1832-1911), "California" …elected to fill vacancy, seated December 6 1886.
* James F. Wilson (1828-1895), "Iowa"


=Readjuster Democratic=

* William Mahone (1826-1895), "Virginia"
* Harrison H. Riddleberger (1844-1890), "Virginia"

House of Representatives

Members of the House of Representatives were elected by popular vote, variously to single member districts or at-large.


=Democratic=

:A-B-C
* John J. Adams (1848-1919), "New York"
* D. Wyatt Aiken (1828-1887), "South Carolina"
* John M. Allen (1846-1917), "Mississippi"
* Charles M. Anderson (1845-1908), "Ohio"
* John Arnot, Jr. (1831-1886), "New York" …died November 20 1886, seat remained vacant.
* Henry Bacon (1846-1915), "New York" …elected to fill vacancy, seated December 6 1886.
* John G. Ballentine (1825-1915), "Tennessee"
* John S. Barbour, Jr. (1820-1892), "Virginia"
* Ethelbert Barksdale (1824-1893), "Mississippi"
* George T. Barnes (1833-1901), "Georgia"
* Frederick G. Barry (1845-1909), "Mississippi"
* Lewis Beach (1835-1886), "New York" …died August 10 1886.
* Perry Belmont (1851-1947), "New York"
* Risden T. Bennett (1840-1913), "North Carolina"
* Newton C. Blanchard (1849-1922), "Louisiana"
* Richard P. Bland (1835-1899), "Missouri"
* Archibald M. Bliss (1838-1923), "New York"
* James H. Blount (1837-1903), "Georgia"
* Charles E. Boyle (1836-1888), "Pennsylvania"
* Edward S. Bragg (1827-1912), "Wisconsin"
* Clifton R. Breckinridge (1846-1932), "Arkansas"
* William C. P. Breckinridge (1837-1904), "Kentucky"
* James N. Burnes (1827-1889), "Missouri"
* William D. Bynum (1846-1927), "Indiana"
* George C. Cabell (1836-1906), "Virginia"
* Andrew J. Caldwell (1837-1906), "Tennessee"
* Felix Campbell (1829-1902), "New York"
* James E. Campbell (1843-1924), "Ohio"
* Timothy J. Campbell (1840-1904), "New York" …elected to fill vacancy, seated December 7 1885.
* Allen D. Candler (1834-1910), "Georgia"
* Ezra C. Carleton (1838-1911), "Michigan"
* John G. Carlisle (1834-1910), "Kentucky"
* Thomas C. Catchings (1847-1927), "Mississippi"
* Martin L. Clardy (1844-1914), "Missouri"
* Judson C. Clements (1846-1917), "Georgia"
* Thomas R. Cobb (1828-1892), "Indiana"
* William H. Cole (1837-1886), "Maryland" …died July 8 1886.
* Patrick A. Collins (1844-1905), "Massachusetts"
* Barnes Compton (1830-1898), "Maryland"
* Charles C. Comstock (1818-1900), "Michigan"
* William H. H. Cowles (1840-1901), "North Carolina"
* Samuel S. Cox (1824-1889), "New York" …resigned May 20 1885, elected to fill vacancy, seated December 6 1886.
* William R. Cox (1831-1919), "North Carolina"
* William H. Crain (1848-1896), "Texas"
* Charles F. Crisp (1845-1896), "Georgia"
* Thomas Croxton (1822-1903), "Virginia"
* David B. Culberson (1830-1900), "Texas"
* Andrew G. Curtin (1817-1894), "Pennsylvania" :D-E-F
* John W. Daniel (1842-1910), "Virginia"
* George W. Dargan (1841-1898), "South Carolina"
* Alexander C. Davidson (1826-1897), "Alabama"
* Robert H. M. Davidson (1832-1908), "Florida"
* William Dawson (1848-1929), "Missouri"
* Samuel Dibble (1837-1913), "South Carolina"
* Alexander M. Dockery (1845-1926), "Missouri"
* Charles Dougherty (1850-1915), "Florida"
* Abraham Dowdney (1841-1886), "New York" …died December 10 1886, seat remained vacant.
* Poindexter Dunn (1834-1914), "Arkansas"
* John R. Eden (1826-1909), "Illinois"
* Nathaniel B. Eldredge (1813-1893), "Michigan"
* William W. Ellsberry (1833-1894), "Ohio"
* Daniel Ermentrout (1837-1899), "Pennsylvania"
* John V. L. Findlay (1839-1907), "Maryland"
* Spencer O. Fisher (1843-1919), "Michigan"
* Martin A. Foran (1844-1921), "Ohio"
* George Ford (1846-1917), "Indiana"
* William H. Forney (1823-1894), "Alabama"
* Benjamin T. Frederick (1834-1903), "Iowa" :G-H-I
* Edward J. Gay (1816-1889), "Louisiana"
* George W. Geddes (1824-1892), "Ohio"
* Charles H. Gibson (1842-1900), "Maryland"
* Eustace Gibson (1842-1900), "West Virginia"
* Presley T. Glass (1824-1902), "Tennessee"
* John M. Glover (1852-1929), "Missouri"
* Robert S. Green (1831-1895), "New Jersey" …resigned January 17 1887.
* Wharton J. Green (1831-1910), "North Carolina"
* John B. Hale (1831-1905), "Missouri"
* Benton J. Hall (1835-1894), "Iowa"
* John E. Halsell (1826-1899), "Kentucky"
* Nathaniel J. Hammond (1833-1899), "Georgia"
* Henry R. Harris (1828-1909), "Georgia"
* William H. Hatch (1833-1896), "Missouri"
* John T. Heard (1840-1927), "Missouri"
* John J. Hemphill (1849-1912), "South Carolina"
* John S. Henderson (1846-1916), "North Carolina"
* Barclay Henley (1843-1914), "California"
* Hilary A. Herbert (1834-1919), "Alabama"
* Abram S. Hewitt (1822-1903), "New York" …resigned December 30 1886.
* William D. Hill (1833-1906), "Ohio"
* William S. Holman (1822-1897), "Indiana"
* Jonas G. Howard (1825-1911), "Indiana"
* Thomas R. Hudd (1835-1896), "Wisconsin" …elected to fill vacancy, seated March 8 1886.
* John E. Hutton (1828-1893), "Missouri"
* Alfred B. Irion (1833-1903), "Louisiana" :J-K-L
* Thomas D. Johnston (1840-1902), "North Carolina"
* James H. Jones (1830-1904), "Texas"
* James T. Jones (1832-1895), "Alabama"
* J. Floyd King (1842-1915), "Louisiana"
* John J. Kleiner (1845-1911), "Indiana"
* Polk Laffoon (1844-1906), "Kentucky"
* Silas Z. Landes (1842-1910), "Illinois"
* Samuel W. T. Lanham (1846-1908), "Texas"
* Frank Lawler (1842-1896), "Illinois"
* Benjamin Le Fevre (1838-1922), "Ohio"
* Charles B. Lore (1831-1911), "Delaware"
* Henry B. Lovering (1841-1911), "Massachusetts"
* Robert Lowry (1824-1904), "Indiana" :M-N-O
* Peter P. Mahoney (1848-1889), "New York"
* John M. Martin (1837-1898), "Alabama"
* Courtland C. Matson (1841-1915), "Indiana"
* William C. Maybury (1848-1909), "Michigan"
* William McAdoo (1853-1930), "New Jersey"
* James B. McCreary (1838-1918), "Kentucky"
* Benton McMillin (1845-1933), "Tennessee"
* Thomas C. McRae (1851-1929), "Arkansas" …elected to fill vacancy from preceding Congress, seated December 7 1885.
* Truman A. Merriman (1839-1892), "New York"
* James Francis Miller (1830-1902), "Texas"
* Roger Q. Mills (1832-1911), "Texas"
* Charles L. Mitchell (1844-1890), "Connecticut"
* James B. Morgan (1833-1892), "Mississippi"
* William R. Morrison (1824-1909), "Illinois"
* Nicholas Muller (1836-1917), "New York"
* Jeremiah H. Murphy (1835-1893), "Iowa"
* John R. Neal (1836-1889), "Tennessee"
* William H. Neece (1831-1909), "Illinois"
* Thomas M. Norwood (1830-1913), "Georgia"
* William C. Oates (1835-1910), "Alabama"
* Charles T. O'Ferrall (1840-1905), "Virginia"
* John J. O'Neill (1846-1898), "Missouri"
* Joseph H. Outhwaite (1841-1907), "Ohio" :P-Q-R
* Charles H. Page (1843-1912), "Rhode Island" …contested election, seated February 25 1887.
* Samuel W. Peel (1831-1924), "Arkansas"
* William H. Perry (1839-1902), "South Carolina"
* James N. Pidcock (1836-1899), "New Jersey"
* John S. Pindar (1835-1907), "New York"
* Joseph Pulitzer (1847-1911), "New York" …resigned April 10 1886.
* Samuel J. Randall (1828-1890), "Pennsylvania"
* Joseph Rankin (1833-1886), "Wisconsin" …died January 24 1886.
* John H. Reagan (1818-1905), "Texas"
* Seaborn Reese (1846-1907), "Georgia"
* James W. Reid (1849-1902), "North Carolina" …resigned December 31 1886.
* James D. Richardson (1843-1914), "Tennessee"
* James M. Riggs (1839-1933), "Illinois"
* Thomas A. Robertson (1848-1892), "Kentucky"
* John H. Rogers (1845-1911), "Arkansas"
* Henry W. Rusk (1852-1926), "Maryland" …elected to fill vacancy, seated December 6 1886.:S-T-U-V
* Thomas W. Sadler (1831-1896), "Alabama"
* Joseph D. Sayers (1841-1929), "Texas"
* William L. Scott (1828-1891), "Pennsylvania"
* George E. Seney (1832-1905), "Ohio"
* Edward W. Seymour (1832-1892), "Connecticut"
* Frank T. Shaw (1841-1923), "Maryland"
* Otho R. Singleton (1814-1889), "Mississippi"
* Thomas G. Skinner (1842-1907), "North Carolina"
* Charles P. Snyder (1847-1915), "West Virginia"
* William H. Sowden (1840-1907), "Pennsylvania"
* John T. Spriggs (1825-1888), "New York"
* William M. Springer (1836-1903), "Illinois"
* Louis St. Martin (1820-1893), "Louisiana"
* William G. Stahlnecker (1849-1902), "New York"
* Charles Stewart (1836-1895), "Texas"
* William J. Stone (1848-1918), "Missouri"
* William J. Stone (1841-1923), "Kentucky"
* John B. Storm (1838-1901), "Pennsylvania"
* John A. Swope (1827-1910), "Pennsylvania" …elected to fill vacancy from preceding Congress, seated December 7 1885.
* Timothy E. Tarsney (1849-1909), "Michigan"
* William P. Taulbee (1851-1890), "Kentucky"
* John M. Taylor (1838-1911), "Tennessee"
* James W. Throckmorton (1825-1894), "Texas"
* George D. Tillman (1826-1902), "South Carolina"
* Richard W. Townshend (1840-1889), "Illinois"
* Connally F. Trigg (1847-1907), "Virginia"
* John R. Tucker (1823-1897), "Virginia"
* Henry G. Turner (1839-1904), "Georgia"
* Henry S. Van Eaton (1826-1898), "Mississippi"
* Egbert L. Viele (1825-1902), "New York" :W-X-Y-Z
* Nathaniel D. Wallace (1845-1894), "Louisiana" …elected to fill vacancy, seated December 9 1886.
* James H. Ward (1853-1916), "Indiana"
* Thomas B. Ward (1835-1892), "Illinois"
* Adoniram J. Warner (1834-1910), "Ohio"
* Olin Wellborn (1843-1921), "Texas"
* Joseph Wheeler (1836-1906), "Alabama"
* Beriah Wilkins (1846-1905), "Ohio"
* Albert S. Willis (1843-1897), "Kentucky"
* William L. Wilson (1843-1900), "West Virginia"
* Edwin B. Winans (1826-1894), "Michigan"
* George D. Wise (1831-1898), "Virginia"
* Frank L. Wolford (1817-1895), "Kentucky"
* Nicholas E. Worthington (1836-1916), "Illinois"


=Republican=

:A-B-C
* George E. Adams (1840-1917), "Illinois"
* Charles H. Allen (1848-1934), "Massachusetts"
* John A. Anderson (1834-1892), "Kansas"
* Louis E. Atkinson (1841-1910), "Pennsylvania"
* Charles S. Baker (1839-1902), "New York"
* Thomas M. Bayne (1836-1894), "Pennsylvania"
* Henry H. Bingham (1841-1912), "Pennsylvania"
* Franklin Bound (1829-1910), "Pennsylvania"
* Charles A. Boutelle (1839-1901), "Maine"
* James D. Brady (1843-1900), "Virginia"
* Charles E. Brown (1834-1904), "Ohio"
* William W. Brown (1836-1926), "Pennsylvania"
* Thomas M. Browne (1829-1891), "Indiana"
* Charles N. Brumm (1838-1917), "Pennsylvania"
* James Buchanan (1839-1900), "New Jersey"
* John R. Buck (1835-1917), "Connecticut"
* Frank C. Bunnell (1842-1911), "Pennsylvania"
* Henry G. Burleigh (1832-1900), "New York"
* Julius C. Burrows (1837-1915), "Michigan"
* Benjamin Butterworth (1837-1898), "Ohio"
* Jacob M. Campbell (1821-1888), "Pennsylvania"
* Joseph G. Cannon (1836-1926), "Illinois"
* Lucien B. Caswell (1827-1919), "Wisconsin"
* Edwin H. Conger (1843-1907), "Iowa"
* William C. Cooper (1832-1902), "Ohio"
* Byron M. Cutcheon (1836-1908), "Michigan" :D-E-F
* Ira Davenport (1841-1904), "New York"
* Robert T. Davis (1823-1906), "Massachusetts"
* Nelson Dingley, Jr. (1832-1899), "Maine"
* George W. E. Dorsey (1842-1911), "Nebraska"
* Ransom W. Dunham (1838-1896), "Illinois"
* Reuben Ellwood (1821-1885), "Illinois" …died July 1 1885, before Congress assembled.
* Frederick D. Ely (1838-1921), "Massachusetts"
* I. Newton Evans (1827-1901), "Pennsylvania"
* James B. Everhart (1821-1888), "Pennsylvania"
* John M. Farquhar (1832-1918), "New York"
* Charles N. Felton (1832-1914), "California"
* George W. Fleeger (1839-1894), "Pennsylvania"
* William E. Fuller (1846-1918), "Iowa"
* Edward H. Funston (1836-1911), "Kansas" :G-H-I
* Jacob H. Gallinger (1837-1918), "New Hampshire"
* John B. Gilfillan (1835-1924), "Minnesota"
* Nathan Goff (1843-1920), "West Virginia"
* Charles H. Grosvenor (1833-1917), "Ohio"
* William W. Grout (1836-1902), "Vermont"
* Richard W. Guenther (1845-1913), "Wisconsin"
* Michael Hahn (1830-1886), "Louisiana" …died March 15 1886.
* Lewis Hanback (1839-1897), "Kansas"
* Alfred C. Harmer (1825-1900), "Pennsylvania"
* Edward D. Hayden (1833-1908), "Massachusetts"
* Martin A. Haynes (1842-1919), "New Hampshire"
* David B. Henderson (1840-1906), "Iowa"
* Thomas J. Henderson (1824-1911), "Illinois"
* William P. Hepburn (1833-1916), "Iowa"
* Binger Hermann (1843-1926), "Oregon"
* John A. Hiestand (1824-1890), "Pennsylvania"
* George Hires (1835-1911), "New Jersey"
* Frank Hiscock (1834-1914), "New York"
* Robert R. Hitt (1834-1906), "Illinois"
* Adoniram J. Holmes (1842-1902), "Iowa"
* Albert J. Hopkins (1846-1922), "Illinois"
* Leonidas C. Houk (1836-1891), "Tennessee" :J-K-L
* Oscar L. Jackson (1840-1920), "Pennsylvania"
* Darwin R. James (1834-1908), "New York"
* Frederick A. Johnson (1833-1893), "New York"
* James T. Johnston (1839-1904), "Indiana"
* William D. Kelley (1814-1890), "Pennsylvania"
* John H. Ketcham (1832-1906), "New York"
* Robert M. La Follette (1855-1925), "Wisconsin"
* James Laird (1849-1889), "Nebraska"
* Herman Lehlbach (1845-1904), "New Jersey"
* James G. Lindsley (1819-1898), "New York"
* John Little (1837-1900), "Ohio"
* John D. Long (1838-1915), "Massachusetts"
* James A. Louttit (1848-1906), "California"
* Joseph Lyman (1840-1890), "Iowa" :M-N-O
* Henry H. Markham (1840-1923), "California"
* Louis E. McComas (1846-1907), "Maryland"
* Joseph McKenna (1843-1926), "California"
* William McKinley, Jr. (1843-1901), "Ohio"
* Stephen C. Millard (1841-1914), "New York"
* Seth L. Milliken (1831-1897), "Maine"
* Seth C. Moffatt (1841-1887), "Michigan"
* Edmund N. Morrill (1834-1909), "Kansas"
* William W. Morrow (1843-1929), "California"
* James S. Negley (1826-1901), "Pennsylvania"
* Knute Nelson (1843-1923), "Minnesota"
* James O'Donnell (1840-1915), "Michigan"
* James E. O'Hara (1844-1905), "North Carolina"
* Charles O'Neill (1821-1893), "Pennsylvania"
* Edwin S. Osborne (1839-1900), "Pennsylvania"
* William D. Owen (1846-1906), "Indiana" :P-Q-R
* Abraham X. Parker (1831-1909), "New York"
* Sereno E. Payne (1843-1914), "New York"
* Lewis E. Payson (1840-1909), "Illinois"
* Bishop W. Perkins (1841-1894), "Kansas"
* Samuel R. Peters (1842-1910), "Kansas"
* Augustus H. Pettibone (1835-1918), "Tennessee"
* William W. Phelps (1839-1894), "New Jersey"
* William A. Pirce (1824-1891), "Rhode Island" …contested election, served until January 25 1887.
* Ralph Plumb (1816-1903), "Illinois"
* Hugh H. Price (1859-1904), "Wisconsin" …elected to fill vacancy, seated February 2 1887.
* William T. Price (1824-1886), "Wisconsin" …died December 6 1886.
* Ambrose A. Ranney (1821-1899), "Massachusetts"
* Thomas B. Reed (1839-1902), "Maine"
* William W. Rice (1826-1896), "Massachusetts"
* Francis W. Rockwell (1844-1929), "Massachusetts"
* Jacob Romeis (1835-1904), "Ohio"
* Jonathan H. Rowell (1833-1908), "Illinois"
* Thomas Ryan (1837-1914), "Kansas" :S-T-U-V
* John G. Sawyer (1825-1898), "New York"
* Joseph A. Scranton (1838-1908), "Pennsylvania"
* Walter L. Sessions (1820-1896), "New York"
* Robert Smalls (1839-1915), "South Carolina"
* Henry J. Spooner (1839-1918), "Rhode Island"
* George W. Steele (1839-1922), "Indiana"
* Isaac Stephenson (1829-1918), "Wisconsin"
* John W. Stewart (1825-1915), "Vermont"
* Eben F. Stone (1822-1895), "Massachusetts"
* Horace B. Strait (1835-1894), "Minnesota"
* Isaac S. Struble (1843-1913), "Iowa"
* John Swinburne (1820-1889), "New York"
* George G. Symes (1840-1893), "Colorado"
* Ezra B. Taylor (1823-1912), "Ohio"
* Isaac H. Taylor (1840-1936), "Ohio"
* Zachary Taylor (1849-1921), "Tennessee"
* John R. Thomas (1846-1914), "Illinois"
* Ormsby B. Thomas (1832-1904), "Wisconsin"
* Albert C. Thompson (1842-1910), "Ohio"
* Isaac W. Van Schaick (1817-1901), "Wisconsin" :W-X-Y-Z
* William H. Wade (1835-1911), "Missouri"
* William H. Wadsworth (1821-1893), "Kentucky"
* John T. Wait (1811-1899), "Connecticut"
* James B. Wakefield (1825-1910), "Minnesota"
* William Warner (1840-1916), "Missouri"
* Archibald J. Weaver (1843-1887), "Nebraska"
* John B. Weber (1842-1926), "New York"
* George West (1823-1901), "New York"
* Alexander C. White (1833-1906), "Pennsylvania"
* Milo White (1830-1913), "Minnesota"
* William Whiting (1841-1911), "Massachusetts"
* William Woodburn (1838-1915), "Nevada"


=National Greenback=

* James B. Weaver (1833-1912), "Iowa"


=Readjuster Democratic=

* Harry Libbey (1843-1913), "Virginia"

References

*cite book|title = The Historical Atlas of Political Parties in the United States Congress|last = Martis|first = Kenneth C.|authorlink =|coauthors =|year = 1989|publisher = Macmillan Publishing Company|location = New York|id =
*cite book|title = The Historical Atlas of United States Congressional Districts|last = Martis|first = Kenneth C.|authorlink =|coauthors =|year = 1982|publisher = Macmillan Publishing Company|location = New York|id =

External links

* [http://www.gpoaccess.gov/serialset/cdocuments/hd108-222/index.html Biographical Directory of the U.S. Congress]
* [http://clerk.house.gov/art_history/house_history/index.html U.S. House of Representatives: House History]
* [http://www.senate.gov/pagelayout/reference/two_column_table/stats_and_lists.htm U.S. Senate: Statistics and Lists]


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