List of United States Representatives from Missouri

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Current members[edit]

Updated January 2013. [1]

Members[edit]

This is a list of Members of the United States House of Representatives from Missouri and non-voting Delegates to the United States House of Representatives from Missouri Territory. Statehood was granted in 1821.

Member Party District Service District home Note
Thomas Peter Akers Know-nothing 5th 1856–1857 Filled vacancy; retired
Todd Akin Republican 2nd 2001–2013 Wildwood Ran for U.S. Senate (lost general)
Armstead M. Alexander Democratic 2nd 1883–1885 Lost primary
Joshua W. Alexander Democratic 3rd 1907–1919 Chairman of Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries (1911–1919); resigned to become 2nd U.S. Secretary of Commerce (1919–1921)
Thomas Allen Democratic 2nd 1881–1882 Died; namesake of Allenville, Missouri
Charles Arthur Anderson Democratic 12th 1937–1941 Lost re-election
George W. Anderson Republican 9th 1865–1869 Chairman of Committee on Mileage (1865–1869); retired
Thomas Lilbourne Anderson Know-nothing 2nd 1857–1859 Changed parties
Thomas Lilbourne Anderson Independent Democrat 2nd 1859–1861 Retired
Orland K. Armstrong Republican 6th 1951–1953 Retired
Marshall Arnold Democratic 14th 1891–1895 Lost re-election
Samuel W. Arnold Republican 1st 1943–1949 Lost re-election
William Henry Ashley Jacksonian At-Large 1831–1837 Ran for governor (lost)
Joel Funk Asper Republican 7th 1869–1871 Retired
William O. Atkeson Republican 6th 1921–1923 Lost re-election
Ralph Emerson Bailey Republican 14th 1925–1927 Retired
Wendell Bailey Republican 8th 1981–1983 Redistricting; lost general
Claude I. Bakewell Republican 11th 1947–1949 Lost general
Claude I. Bakewell Republican 11th 1951–1953 Lost re-election
Parke M. Banta Republican 8th 1947–1949 Lost re-election
John Richard Barret Democratic 1st 1859–1860 Election contested, unseated; succeeded by Francis P. Blair, Jr., who soon resigned
John Richard Barret Democratic 1st 1860–1861 Re-elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Francis P. Blair, Jr.; lost re-election
Richard Bartholdt Republican 10th 1893–1915 Chairman of Committee on Immigration and Naturalization (1895–1897); Chairman of Committee on Levees and Improvements of the Mississippi River (1897–1905); Chairman of Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds (1905–1911); retired
William Edward Barton Democratic 16th 1931–1933 Lost primary
Edward Bates Adams At-Large 1827–1829 Lost re-election
William Van Ness Bay Democratic 2nd 1849–1851 Later, judge for Missouri Supreme Court (1862–1865)
C. Jasper Bell Democratic 4th 1935–1949 Chairman of Committee on Elections No. 1 (1939–1943); Chairman of Committee on Insular Affairs (1943–1947); retired
John F. Benjamin Republican 8th 1865–1871 Chairman of the Committee on Invalid Expenditures (1869–1871); retired
Marion Tinsley Bennett Republican 6th 1943–1949 Succeeded his late father Philip Allen Bennett; lost re-election; commissioner for U.S. Court of Claims, Washington, D.C., (1949–1964), its chief commissioner (1964–1972); judge for U.S. Court of Claims (1972–1982); judge for U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (1982); senior U.S. Circuit judge (1986–2000d)
Philip Allen Bennett Republican 6th 1941–1942 Died; had been re-elected to another term; succeeded by his son Marion Tinsley Bennett
Maecenas Eason Benton Democratic 15th 1897–1905 Lost re-election
Thomas Hart Benton Democratic 1st 1853–1855 Previously U.S. Senator (statehood 1821–1851); Chairman of Committee on Military Affairs (1853–1855); lost re-election
Francis Preston Blair, Jr. Republican 1st 1857–1859 Lost re-election
Francis Preston Blair, Jr. Republican 1st 1860 Contested election, seated; resigned, caused vacancy; lost election to fill vacancy
Francis Preston Blair, Jr. Republican 1st 1861–1862 Chairman of Committee on Military Affairs (1861–1862); resigned to become Union Colonel in American Civil War
Francis Preston Blair, Jr. Republican 1st 1863–1864 Election contested, unseated; later, Ran for President, became nominee for Vice President (lost); became U.S. Senator (1871–1873)
James G. Blair Liberal Republican 8th 1871–1873 Retired
Richard P. Bland Democratic 5th 1873–1883 Chairman of Committee on Mines and Mining (1875–1877); redistricting
Richard P. Bland Democratic 11th 1883–1893 Chairman of Committee on Coinage, Weights, and Measures (1883–1889) & (1891–1895); redistricting
Richard P. Bland Democratic 8th 1893–1895 Chairman of Committee on Coinage, Weights, and Measures (1891–1895); lost re-election
Richard P. Bland Democratic 8th 1897–1899 Died during the 56th Congress (1899–1901); Bland, Missouri took name in memoriam
William Thomas Bland Democratic 5th 1919–1921 Lost re-election
Henry Taylor Blow Republican 3rd 1863–1867 Retired
Roy Blunt Republican 7th 1997–2011 Strafford Majority Whip (2003–2007); U.S. Senator (2011–present)
Robert N. Bodine Democratic 2nd 1897–1899 Lost primary
Richard Walker Bolling Democratic 5th 1949–1983 Chairman of Select Committee on Committees of the House (1973–1975); Chairman of Joint Economic Committee (1977–1979); Chairman of House Rules Committee (1979–1983); retired
Charles F. Booher Democratic 4th 1889 Filled vacancy; not a candidate for full term
Charles F. Booher Democratic 4th 1907–1921 Died before leaving office
William Patterson Borland Democratic 5th 1909–1919 Died abroad
Gustavus Miller Bower Democratic At-Large 1843–1845
James B. Bowlin Democratic At-Large 1843–1847 Chairman of Committee on Private Land Claims (1845–1847); redistricting
James B. Bowlin Democratic 1st 1847–1851 Chairman of Committee on Public Lands (1849–1851); lost re-election
Sempronius H. Boyd Unionist 7th 1863–1865 Chairman of Committee on Revisal and Unfinished Business (1863–1865); later, judge for Missouri 14th Judicial Circuit Court (1865)
Sempronius H. Boyd Republican 7th 1869–1871 Chairman of Committee on Revolutionary Claims (1869–1871)
James Broadhead Democratic 9th 1883–1885 Retired
Charles Harrison Brown Democratic 7th 1957–1961 Lost re-election
Aylett Hawes Buckner Democratic 13th 1873–1883 Chairman of Committee on District of Columbia (1875–1877); Chairman of Committee on Banking and Currency (1879–1885); redistricting
Aylett Hawes Buckner Democratic 7th 1883–1885 Chairman of Committee on Banking and Currency (1879–1885); retired
Jack Buechner Republican 2nd 1987–1991 Lost general
John Bull Anti-Jacksonian At-Large 1833–1835
Samuel Swinfin Burdett Republican 5th 1869–1873 Chairman of Committee on Manufactures (1871–1873); lost re-election
Bill Burlison Democratic 10th 1969–1981 Lost re-election
Daniel Dee Burnes Democratic 4th 1893–1895 Retired
James N. Burnes Democratic 4th 1883–1887 Died; had been re-elected to another term
Joseph Henry Burrows Greenback 10th 1881–1883 Redistricting; lost re-election
Charles Germman Burton Republican 15th 1895–1897 (possibly 13th); lost re-election
James Joseph Butler Democratic 12th 1901–1902 Election contested, seat vacated
James Joseph Butler Democratic 12th 1902–1903 Elected to fill vacancy, election contested, unseated
James Joseph Butler Democratic 12th 1903–1905 Re-elected; retired
Samuel Byrns Democratic 10th 1891–1893 Lost primary
Clarence Cannon Democratic 9th 1923–1933 Redistricting
Clarence Cannon Democratic At-Large 1933–1935 Redistricting
Clarence Cannon Democratic 9th 1935–1964 Died; Chairman of House Appropritions Committee (1941–1947), (1949–1953), & (1955–1964)
A. S. J. Carnahan Democratic 8th 1945–1947 Lost re-election; father of Mel Carnahan, father-in-law of Jean Carnahan, grandfather of Robin Carnahan & Russ Carnahan
A. S. J. Carnahan Democratic 6th 1949–1961 Lost primary; father of Mel Carnahan, father-in-law of Jean Carnahan, grandfather of Robin Carnahan & Russ Carnahan
Russ Carnahan Democratic 3rd 2005–2013 St. Louis Brother of Robin Carnahan, son of Jean Carnahan & Mel Carnahan; grandson of A. S. J. Carnahan
Samuel Caruthers Whig 7th 1853–1855 Changed parties
Samuel Caruthers Opposition 7th 1855–1857 Changed parties
Samuel Caruthers Democratic 7th 1857–1859
Theron Ephron Catlin Republican 11th 1911–1912 Election contested, unseated; lost re-election
Henry S. Caulfield Republican 11th 1907–1909 Retired; later, judge of St. Louis Court of Appeals (1910–1912) and 37th Governor of Missouri (1929–1933)
George H. Christopher Democratic 6th 1949–1951 Lost re-election
George H. Christopher Democratic 7th 1955–1959 Died three weeks into 86th Congress
James Robert Claiborne Democratic At-Large 1933–1935 Redistricting
James Robert Claiborne Democratic 12th 1935–1937 Lost primary
Martin L. Clardy Democratic 1st 1879–1883 Redistricting
Martin L. Clardy Democratic 10th 1883–1889 Chairman of Committee on Mines and Mining (1885–1887), Chairman of Committee on Commerce (1887–1889); lost re-election
Champ Clark Democratic 9th 1893–1895 Lost re-election
Champ Clark Democratic 9th 1897–1921 Died one day before leaving office; 41st Speaker of the House (1911–1919) (only one from Missouri); Minority Leader (1908–1911) & (1919–1921); father of Bennett Champ Clark
Charles Nelson Clark Republican 1st 1895–1897
John Bullock Clark Democratic 3rd 1857–1861 Expelled during third term for taking up arms against the Union; later, Senator (1862–1864) & Representative (1864–1865) in the Confederate Congress; father of John Bullock Clark, Jr.
John Bullock Clark, Jr. Democratic 11th 1873–1883 Chairman of Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads (1875–1877); redistricting; lost primary; son of John Bullock Clark
Bill Clay Democratic 1st 1969–2001 Chairman of Committee on the Post Office and Civil Service (1991–1995); retired; succeeded by his son, William Lacy Clay, Jr.
William Lacy Clay, Jr. Democratic 1st 2001–present St. Louis Incumbent; succeeded his father, Bill Clay
Emanuel Cleaver Democratic 5th 2005–present Kansas City Incumbent
Seth Wallace Cobb Democratic 12th 1891–1897 Retired
Charles F. Cochran Democratic 4th 1897–1905 Withdrew from primary
John J. Cochran Democratic 11th 1926–1933 Chairman of Committee on Expenditures in Executive Departments (1931–1941); redistricting
John J. Cochran Democratic At-Large 1933–1935 Redistricting; ran for U.S. Senate (lost); was re-elected
John J. Cochran Democratic 13th 1935–1947 Chairman of Committee on Accounts (1939–1947); retired
Nathan Cole Republican 2nd 1877–1879 Lost re-election
William Clay Cole Republican 3rd 1943–1949 Lost re-election
William Clay Cole Republican 6th 1953–1955 Lost re-election
Earl Thomas Coleman Republican 6th 1977–1993 Lost general
George H. Combs, Jr. Democratic 5th 1927–1929 Retired
Abram Comingo Democratic 6th 1871–1873 Redistricting
Abram Comingo Democratic 8th 1873–1875 Retired
James Cooney Democratic 7th 1897–1903 Lost primary
John Cosgrove Democratic 6th 1883–1885 Withdrew after nomination
Harry M. Coudrey Republican 12th 1906–1911 Contested election, seated; re-elected; retired
William S. Cowherd Democratic 5th 1897–1905 Lost re-election
James Craig Democratic 4th 1857–1861
Thomas Theodore Crittenden Democratic 7th 1873–1875 Retired
Thomas Theodore Crittenden Democratic 7th 1877–1879 Retired; later, 24th Governor of Missouri (1881–1885)
Charles A. Crow Republican 14th 1909–1911 Lost re-election
George Calhoun Crowther Republican 4th 1895–1897 Lost re-election
Thomas B. Curtis Republican 12th 1951–1953 Redistricting
Thomas B. Curtis Republican 2nd 1953–1969 Ran for U.S. Senate (lost)
Pat Danner Democratic 6th 1993–2001 Retired
John Fletcher Darby Whig 1st 1851–1853
Lowndes Henry Davis Democratic 4th 1879–1883 Redistricting
Lowndes Henry Davis Democratic 14th 1883–1885 Chairman of Committee on Expenditures in the Treasury Department (1883–1885)
James Alexander Daugherty Democratic 15th 1911–1913 Lost primary
William Dawson Democratic 14th 1885–1887 Lost primary
David A. De Armond Democratic 12th 1891–1893 Redistricting
David A. De Armond Democratic 6th 1893–1909 Died
Rezin A. De Bolt Democratic 10th 1875–1877 Retired
Perl D. Decker Democratic 15th 1913–1919 Lost re-election
Clement C. Dickinson Democratic 6th 1910–1921 Lost re-election
Clement C. Dickinson Democratic 6th 1923–1929 Lost re-election
Clement C. Dickinson Democratic 6th 1931–1933 Redistricting; lost re-election
Clement C. Dickinson Democratic At-Large 1933–1935 Redistricting; lost primary
Alexander Monroe Dockery Democratic 3rd 1883–1899 Chairman of Committee on Expenditures in the Post Office Department (1887–1889); retired; later, 30th Governor of Missouri (1901–1905)
John Dougherty Democratic 3rd 1899–1905 Lost primary
Richard M. Duncan Democratic At-Large 1933–1935 Redistricting
Richard M. Duncan Democratic 3rd 1935–1943 Redistricting; lost re-election; later, judge for U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri (1943–1965); simultaneously judge for U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri (1943–1965); senior District judge (1965–1974d)
David Patterson Dyer Republican 9th 1869–1871 Lost re-election; later, U.S. Attorney for U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri (1875–1876), judge for U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri (1907–1919); senior District judge (1919–1924d); uncle of Leonidas C. Dyer
Leonidas C. Dyer Republican 12th 1911–1914 Election contested, unseated; nephew of David Patterson Dyer
Leonidas C. Dyer Republican 12th 1915–1933 Lost re-election; nephew of David Patterson Dyer
Rufus Easton Delegate Territory 1814–1816
John Cummins Edwards Democratic At-Large 1841–1843 Ran and became 9th Governor of Missouri (1844–1848)
Edgar C. Ellis Republican 5th 1905–1909 Lost re-election
Edgar C. Ellis Republican 5th 1921–1923 Lost re-election
Edgar C. Ellis Republican 5th 1925–1927 Lost re-election
Edgar C. Ellis Republican 5th 1929–1931 Lost re-election
William P. Elmer Republican 8th 1943–1945 Lost re-election
Politte Elvins Republican 13th 1909–1911 Lost re-election
Bill Emerson Republican 10th 1981–1983 Cape Girardeau Redistricting
Bill Emerson Republican 8th 1983–1996 Cape Girardeau Died; succeeded by his widow, Jo Ann Emerson
Jo Ann Emerson Republican 8th 1996–2013 Cape Girardeau Succeeded her late husband, Bill Emerson
Frederick Essen Republican 10th 1918–1919 Retired
Charles L. Faust Republican 4th 1921–1928 Died; had been re-elected to another term; Chairman of Committee on the Census (1923–1925)
Gustavus A. Finkelnburg Republican 2nd 1869–1871 Changed parties
Gustavus A. Finkelnburg Liberal Republican 2nd 1871–1873 Later, judge for U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri (1905–1907)
Nicholas Ford Greenback 9th 1879–1883 Redistricting; lost re-election
Nathan Frank Republican 9th 1889–1891 Retired
Benjamin Joseph Franklin Democratic 8th 1875–1879 Chairman of Committee on Territories (1877–1879); withdrew during primary; later, 12th Governor of Arizona Territory (1896–1897)
Richard Graham Frost Democratic 3rd 1879–1883 Election contested, unseated 1 day before end of 47th Congress
James F. Fulbright Democratic 14th 1923–1925 Lost re-election
James F. Fulbright Democratic 14th 1927–1929 Lost re-election
James F. Fulbright Democratic 14th 1931–1933 Lost primary; later judge of Springfield Court of Appeals (1937–1948d)
Frank B. Fulkerson Republican 4th 1905–1907 Lost re-election
Robert Washington Fyan Democratic 13th 1883–1885
Robert Washington Fyan Democratic 13th 1891–1895
Dick Gephardt Democratic 3rd 1977–2005 House Majority Leader (1989–1995); House Minority Leader (1995–2003); ran for president (lost primary)
Michael Joseph Gill Democratic 12th 1914–1915 Contested election, seated; lost re-election
Patrick F. Gill Democratic 11th 1909–1911 Lost re-election, unseated
Patrick F. Gill Democratic 11th 1912–1913 Contested election, seated
John Milton Glover Democratic 9th 1885–1889 Ran for governor (lost); nephew of John Montgomery Glover
John Montgomery Glover Democratic 12th 1877–1879 Chairman of Committee on Expenditures in the Department of the Treasury (1877–1879); lost primary; uncle of John Milton Glover
Joseph J. Gravely Republican 4th 1867–1869 Retired; later, 15th Lieutenant Governor of Missouri (1871–1872d)
Alexander Graves Democratic 5th 1883–1885 Lost re-election
Sam Graves Republican 6th 2001–present Tarkio Incumbent
James S. Green Democratic 3rd 1847–1851 Retired; was later re-elected to the House but also elected and took office as U.S. Senator (1857–1861)
Thomas Hackney Democratic 15th 1907–1909 Lost re-election
John Blackwell Hale Democratic 2nd 1885–1887 Lost primary, ran as Independent (lost)
Durward Gorham Hall Republican 7th 1961–1973 Retired
Uriel Sebree Hall Democratic 2nd 1893–1897 Retired; son of William Augustus Hall; nephew of Willard Preble Hall
Willard Preble Hall Democratic 4th 1847–1853 Chairman of Committee on Private Land Claims (1849–1851); Chairman of Committee on Public Lands (1851–1853); later, 12th Lieutenant Governor of Missouri (1861–1864) and 17th Governor of Missouri (1864–1865); brother of William Augustus Hall; uncle of Uriel Sebree Hall
William Augustus Hall Democratic 3rd 1862–1863 Redistricting; brother of Willard Preble Hall; father of Uriel Sebree Hall
William Augustus Hall Unionist 8th 1863–1865 Retired; brother of Willard Preble Hall; father of Uriel Sebree Hall
Thomas Jefferson Halsey Republican 6th 1929–1931 Lost re-election
Courtney W. Hamlin Democratic 7th 1903–1905 Lost re-election
Courtney W. Hamlin Democratic 7th 1907–1919 Chairman of Committee on Expenditures in the State Department (1911–1919); lost primary
Mel Hancock Republican 7th 1989–1997 Retired
Albert Galliton Harrison Jacksonian At-Large 1835–1837 Changed parties
Albert Galliton Harrison Democratic At-Large 1837–1839 Died
Vicky Hartzler Republican 4th 2011–present Harrisonville Incumbent
William H. Hatch Democratic 12th 1879–1883 Redistricting
William H. Hatch Democratic 1st 1883–1895 Chairman of Committee on Agriculture (1883–1889) & (1891–1895); lost re-election
Robert Anthony Hatcher Democratic 4th 1873–1879 Chairman of Committee on Public Expenditures (1877–1879)
Harrison E. Havens Republican 4th 1871–1873 Redistricting
Harrison E. Havens Republican 6th 1873–1875 Chairman of Committee on Public Expenditures (1873–1875); lost re-election
Harry B. Hawes Democratic 11th 1921–1926 Resigned to run and became U.S. Senator (1926–1933)
Edward D. Hays Republican 14th 1919–1923 Lost re-election
Ira Sherwin Hazeltine Greenback 6th 1881–1883 Redistricting; lost re-election
John T. Heard Democratic 6th 1885–1893 Redistricting
John T. Heard Democratic 7th 1893–1895 Chairman, of Committee on District of Columbia (1893–1895); lost re-election
Edward Hempstead Delegate Territory 1812–1814
Thomas C. Hennings, Jr. Democratic 11th 1935–1940 Resigned to run and became circuit attorney for St. Louis (1941–1944); later U.S. Senator (1951–1960d)
Walter Lewis Hensley Democratic 13th 1911–1919 Retired
Jeffrey Paul Hillelson Republican 4th 1953–1955 Lost re-election
John Hogan Democratic 1st 1865–1867 Lost re-election
David W. Hopkins Republican 4th 1929–1933 Lost re-election
Joan Kelly Horn Democratic 2nd 1991–1993 Lost general
Joel Douglas Hubbard Republican 8th 1895–1897 Lost re-election
James Madison Hughes Democratic At-Large 1843–1845
Theodore W. Hukriede Republican 9th 1919–1923 Lost re-election; later U.S. Marshal for eastern district of Missouri (1923–1933)
William Raleigh Hull, Jr. Democratic 6th 1955–1973 Retired
Kenny Hulshof Republican 9th 1997–2009 Columbia, Missouri Ran for governor (lost general)
William L. Hungate Democratic 9th 1964–1977 Retired; later, judge for U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri (1979–1992)
John T. Hunt Democratic 11th 1903–1907 Lost re-election
John E. Hutton Democratic 7th 1885–1889 Retired
Ira B. Hyde Republican 10th 1875–1877 Lost re-election; father of Arthur M. Hyde & Laurance M. Hyde
Richard Howard Ichord, Jr. Democratic 8th 1961–1981 Chairman of House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) beginning 1969, and its successor Committee on Internal Security until 1975; retired
William L. Igoe Democratic 11th 1913–1921 Retired
Leonard Irving Democratic 4th 1949–1953 Lost primary
Anthony F. Ittner Republican 1st 1877–1879 Retired
John Jameson Democratic At-Large 1839–1841 Retired
John Jameson Democratic At-Large 1843–1845 Retired
John Jameson Democratic 1st 1847–1849 Retired
Robert Davis Johnson Democratic 7th 1931–1933 Lost primary; later, judge for Missouri 15th Judicial Circuit Court (1940–1947)
Rowland Louis Johnston Republican 16th 1929–1931 Lost re-election
Paul C. Jones Democratic 10th 1948–1969 Retired
Henry L. Jost Democratic 5th 1923–1925 Retired
Charles Frederick Joy Republican 11th 1893–1894 Election contested, unseated
Charles Frederick Joy Republican 11th 1895–1903 Re-elected; lost primary
Raymond W. Karst Democratic 12th 1949–1951 Lost re-election
Frank M. Karsten Democratic 13th 1947–1953 Redistricting
Frank M. Karsten Democratic 1st 1953–1969 Retired
Edward C. Kehr Democratic 1st 1875–1877 Lost re-election
John R. Kelso Independent Radical 4th 1865–1867 Retired
Luther Martin Kennett Whig 1st 1855–1857 Lost re-election; namesake of Kennett, Missouri
Charles Edward Kiefner Republican 13th 1925–1927 Lost re-election
Charles Edward Kiefner Republican 13th 1929–1931 Lost re-election
Andrew King Democratic 9th 1871–1873 Retired
Austin Augustus King Unionist 6th 1863–1865 Previously 10th Governor of Missouri (1848–1853); lost re-election
William Medcalf Kinsey Republican 10th 1889–1891 Lost re-election
Frank B. Klepper Republican 3rd 1905–1907 Lost re-election
Samuel Knox Unionist 1st 1864–1865 Contested election, seated; lost re-election
J. Robert Lamar Democratic 16th 1903–1905 Lost re-election
J. Robert Lamar Democratic 16th 1907–1909 Lost re-election
Alfred William Lamb Democratic 2nd 1853–1855 Retired
Henry F. Lawrence Republican 3rd 1921–1923 Lost re-election
Alfred Morrison Lay Democratic 7th 1879 Died
Frank H. Lee Democratic At-Large 1933–1935 Redistricting; lost re-election
James Johnson Lindley Whig 3rd 1853–1855 Changed parties
James Johnson Lindley Opposition 3rd 1855–1857 Retired; later, judge for Missouri 8th Judicial Circuit Court (1871–1883)
Jerry Litton Democratic 6th 1973–1976 Died in airplane crash while nominee for U.S. Senate
James Tilghman Lloyd Democratic 1st 1897–1917 Chairman of Committee on Accounts (1911–1917); retired
Benjamin F. Loan Unionist 8th 1863–1865 Changed parties
Benjamin F. Loan Republican 8th 1865–1869 Chairman of Committee on Revolutionary Pensions; lost re-election
Billy Long Republican 7th 2011–present Springfield Incumbent
Ralph F. Lozier Democratic 2nd 1923–1933 Chairman of Committee on the Census (1931–1935); redistricting
Ralph F. Lozier Democratic At-Large 1933–1935 Redistricting; lost primary; later, judge for Missouri 7th Judicial Circuit Court (1936)
Blaine Luetkemeyer Republican 9th 2009–2013 St. Elizabeth
3rd 2013 - present Incumbent
Clare Magee Democratic 1st 1949–1953 Retired
Samuel C. Major Democratic 7th 1919–1921 Lost re-election
Samuel C. Major Democratic 7th 1923–1929 Lost re-election
Samuel C. Major Democratic 7th 1931 Died
Joe J. Manlove Republican 15th 1923–1933 Lost re-election
Charles H. Mansur Democratic 2nd 1887–1893 Lost primary
Karen McCarthy Democratic 5th 1995–2005 Retired
Joseph W. McClurg Unionist 5th 1863–1865 Changed parties
Joseph W. McClurg Republican 5th 1865–1868 Resigned after election as 19th Governor of Missouri (1869–1871)
James Robinson McCormick Democratic 3rd 1867–1873 Retired
William McDaniel Democratic At-Large 1846–1847 Filled vacancy
James Henry McLean Republican 4th 1882–1883
Isaac V. McPherson Republican 15th 1919–1923 Lost primary
Jacob Edwin Meeker Republican 10th 1915–1918 Died
Lyne Metcalfe Republican 3rd 1877–1879 Lost re-election
John Miller Democratic At-Large 1837–1843 Previously, 4th Governor of Missouri (1825–1832); retired
John Gaines Miller Whig 3rd 1851–1853 Redistricting
John Gaines Miller Whig 5th 1853–1855 Changed parties
John Gaines Miller Opposition 5th 1855–1856 Died
Louis E. Miller Republican 11th 1943–1945 Lost re-election
Jacob L. Milligan Democratic 3rd 1920–1921 Lost re-election
Jacob L. Milligan Democratic 3rd 1923–1933 Redistricting
Jacob L. Milligan Democratic At-Large 1933–1935 Redistricting; ran for U.S. Senate (lost)
Frank C. Millspaugh Republican 1st 1921–1922 Lost re-election and resigned
Charles Henry Morgan Democratic 6th 1875–1879 Lost re-election
Charles Henry Morgan Democratic 12th 1883–1885 Chairman of Committee on Expenditures in the Post Office Department (1883–1885); lost re-election
Charles Henry Morgan Democratic 15th 1893–1895 Lost primary
Charles Henry Morgan Republican 15th 1909–1911 Lost re-election
Morgan M. Moulder Democratic 2nd 1949–1953 Redistricting
Morgan M. Moulder Democratic 11th 1953–1963 Retired
Norman Adolphus Mozley Republican 14th 1895–1897 Retired
Arthur P. Murphy Republican 16th 1905–1907 Lost re-election
Arthur P. Murphy Republican 16th 1909–1911 Lost re-election
William L. Nelson Democratic 8th 1919–1921 Lost re-election
William L. Nelson Democratic 8th 1925–1933 Redistricting; lost primary
William L. Nelson Democratic 2nd 1935–1943 Redistricting; lost re-election
Carman A. Newcomb Republican 2nd 1867–1869 Retired; later U.S. Marshal for eastern district of Missouri (1869–1875)
Cleveland A. Newton Republican 10th 1919–1927 Retired
Frederick G. Niedringhaus Republican 8th 1889–1891 Retired; uncle of Henry F. Niedringhaus
Henry F. Niedringhaus Republican 10th 1927–1933 Lost re-election; nephew of Frederick G. Niedringhaus
John William Noell Democratic 7th 1859–1863 Redistricting; changed parties; father of Thomas E. Noell
John William Noell Unionist 3rd 1863 Died; father of Thomas E. Noell (who also died in office)
Thomas E. Noell Republican 3rd 1865–1867 Changed parties; son of John William Noell
Thomas E. Noell Democratic 3rd 1867 Died; son of John William Noell (who also died in office)
Elijah Hise Norton Democratic 4th 1861–1863 Lost re-election; later, judge for Missouri Supreme Court (1877–1888)
Richard Henry Norton Democratic 7th 1889–1893 Lost re-election
Mordecai Oliver Whig 4th 1853–1855 Changed parties
Mordecai Oliver Opposition 4th 1855–1857
John Joseph O'Neill Democratic 8th 1883–1889 Chairman of Committee on Expenditures on Public Buildings (1885–1887); Chairman of Committee on Labor (1885–1889); lost re-election
John Joseph O'Neill Democratic 8th 1891–1893 Redistricting; lost re-election
John Joseph O'Neill Democratic 11th 1894–1895 Contested election, seated; retired
John William Palmer Republican 7th 1929–1931 Lost re-election
Isaac Parker Republican 9th 1871–1875 Ran for U.S. Senate (lost); later, judge for U.S. District Court for Western Arkansas (1875–1896d)
Roscoe C. Patterson Republican 7th 1919–1923 Lost re-election; later, district attorney for U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri (1925–1929) and U.S. Senator (1929–1935)
Charles Edward Pearce Republican 12th 1897–1901 Retired
Spencer Darwin Pettis Jacksonian At-Large 1829–1831 Died during second term; namesake of Pettis County, Missouri
John S. Phelps Democratic At-Large 1845–1847 Redistricting
John S. Phelps Democratic 5th 1847–1853 Redistricting
John S. Phelps Democratic 6th 1853–1863 Chairman of Committee on Ways and Means (1857–1859); retired, having enlisted during the American Civil War; later, 23rd Governor of Missouri (1877–1881)
John Finis Philips Democratic 7th 1875–1877
John Finis Philips Democratic 7th 1880–1881 Lost re-election; later, Commissioner of Missouri Supreme Court (1883–1885), judge for Kansas City Court of Appeals 1885–1888, judge for U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri (1888–1910)
William A. Pile Republican 1st 1867–1869 Chairman of Committee on Expenditures in the Post Office Department (1867–1869); lost re-election; later, 8th Governor of New Mexico Territory (1869–1870)
Walter C. Ploeser Republican 12th 1941–1949 Chairman of Select Committee on Small Business (1947–1949); lost re-election
Henry Moses Pollard Republican 10th 1877–1879 Lost re-election
Gilchrist Porter Whig 3rd 1851–1853 Redistricting; lost re-election
Gilchrist Porter Whig 3rd 1855–1857 Chairman of Committee on Private Land Claims (1855–1857); later judge for circuit court (1866–1880)
Sterling Price Democratic At-Large 1845–1846 Resigned for the Mexican–American War; later, 11th Governor of Missouri (1853–1857) and Confederate Major General
Thomas Lawson Price Democratic 5th 1862–1863 Previously, 8th Lieutenant Governor of Missouri (1848–1853); lost re-election
William J. Randall Democratic 4th 1959–1977 1st Chairman of Committee on Aging (1975–1977); retired
John Henry Raney Republican 13th 1895–1897 (possibly 15th); lost re-election
David Rea Democratic 9th 1875–1879 Lost re-election
Albert L. Reeves, Jr. Republican 5th 1947–1949 Lost re-election
John William Reid Democratic 5th 1861 Expelled for taking up arms against the Union
James Hugh Relfe Democratic At-Large 1843–1847 Previously U.S. Marshal for the district of Missouri (1841)
Marion E. Rhodes Republican 13th 1905–1907 Lost re-election
Marion E. Rhodes Republican 13th 1919–1923 Chairman of Committee on Mines and Mining (1921–1923); lost re-election
Theron Moses Rice Greenback 7th 1881–1883 Retired
Sidney C. Roach Republican 8th 1921–1925 Chairman of Committee on Expenditures in the Justice Department (1923–1925); lost re-election
Edward Robb Democratic 13th 1897–1905 Lost re-election
James S. Rollins Constitutional Unionist 2nd 1861–1863 Redistricting
James S. Rollins Unionist 9th 1863–1865
Milton A. Romjue Democratic 1st 1917–1921 Lost re-election
Milton A. Romjue Democratic 1st 1923–1933 Redistricting
Milton A. Romjue Democratic At-Large 1933–1935 Redistricting
Milton A. Romjue Democratic 1st 1935–1943 Chairman of Committee on Post Office and Post Roads (1939–1943); lost re-election
Gideon Frank Rothwell Democratic 10th 1879–1881 Lost primary
Thomas L. Rubey Democratic 16th 1911–1921 Previously 25th Lieutenant Governor of Missouri (1903–1905); lost re-election
Thomas L. Rubey Democratic 16th 1923–1928 Died
William W. Rucker Democratic 9th 1899–1923 Chairman of Committee on Election of the President, Vice President, and Representatives (1911–1919); lost re-election
James Edward Ruffin Democratic At-Large 1933–1935 Redistricting; lost re-election
Joseph J. Russell Democratic 14th 1907–1909 Lost re-election
Joseph J. Russell Democratic 14th 1911–1919 Retired
Samuel Locke Sawyer Democratic 8th 1879–1881 Retired
Max Schwabe Republican 2nd 1943–1949 Lost re-election
John Scott Delegate Territory 1816–1817
John Scott Delegate Territory 1817–1821
John Scott Democratic-Republican At-Large 1821–1823
John Scott Democratic-Republican At-Large 1823–1825
John Scott Adams At-Large 1825–1827 Chairman of Committee on Public Lands (1825–1827); lost re-election
John Guier Scott Democratic 3rd 1863–1865
Gustavus Sessinghaus Republican 3rd 1883 Contested election, seated (served 2 days); redistricting; lost re-election
Dorsey W. Shackleford Democratic 8th 1899–1919 Chairman of Committee on Roads (1913–1919); lost primary
Joe Shannon Democratic 5th 1931–1933 Redistricting
Joe Shannon Democratic At-Large 1933–1935 Redistricting
Joe Shannon Democratic 5th 1935–1943 Retired
Cassius M. Shartel Republican 15th 1905–1907 Retired
Samuel A. Shelton Republican 16th 1921–1923 Retired
Dewey Jackson Short Republican 14th 1929–1931 Lost re-election
Dewey Jackson Short Republican 7th 1935–1957 Chairman of House Armed Services Committee (1953–1955); lost general
Leonard Henly Sims Democratic At-Large 1845–1847
Ike Skelton Democratic 4th 1977–2011 Lexington Chairman of Armed Services Committee (2007–2011); lost general
Roger C. Slaughter Democratic 5th 1943–1947 Lost primary
Madison Roswell Smith Democratic 13th 1907–1909 Lost re-election
Edwin O. Stanard Republican 1st 1873–1875 Previously, 14th Lieutenant Governor of Missouri (1869–1871); lost re-election
William Henry Stone Democratic 3rd 1873–1877 Chairman of Committee on Expenditures in the Post Office Department (1875–1877), Chairman of Committee on Manufactures (1875–1877); retired
William Joel Stone Democratic 12th 1885–1891 Chairman of Committee on War Claims (1887–1889); retired; later, 28th Governor of Missouri (1893–1897) and U.S. Senator (1903–1918d)
John Hubler Stover Republican 5th 1868–1869 Retired
John B. Sullivan Democratic 11th 1941–1943 Lost re-election; husband of Leonor Sullivan
John B. Sullivan Democratic 11th 1945–1947 Lost re-election; husband of Leonor Sullivan
John B. Sullivan Democratic 11th 1951 Died; husband of Leonor Sullivan
Leonor Sullivan Democratic 3rd 1953–1977 Chairwoman of Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries (1973–1977); widow of John B. Sullivan; retired
James W. Symington Democratic 2nd 1969–1977 Ran for U.S. Senate (lost primary)
Jim Talent Republican 2nd 1993–2001 Chairman of Committee on Small Business (1997–2001); ran for governor (lost); later, U.S. Senator (2002–2007)
Gene Taylor Republican 7th 1973–1989 Retired
John Charles Tarsney Democratic 5th 1889–1896 Chairman of Committee on Labor (1891–1893); election contested, unseated
John Plank Tracey Republican 7th 1895–1897 Lost re-election
William M. Treloar Republican 9th 1895–1897 Lost re-election
William T. Tyndall Republican 14th 1905–1907 Lost re-election
Robert T. Van Horn Republican 6th 1865–1871 Retired
Robert T. Van Horn Republican 8th 1881–1883
Robert T. Van Horn Republican 5th 1896–1897 Contested election, seated; lost primary
Willard Duncan Vandiver Democratic 14th 1897–1905 Retired
Harold Volkmer Democratic 9th 1977–1997 Lost general
James Richard Waddill Democratic 6th 1879–1881 Retired
William H. Wade Republican 13th 1885–1891 Chairman of Committee on Labor (1889–1891); lost re-election
Ann Wagner Republican 2nd 2013- present Incumbent )
George Chester Robinson Wagoner Republican 12th 1903 Contested election, seated (served 6 days)
James P. Walker Democratic 14th 1887–1890 Died; had just been nominated to another term
William Warner Republican 5th 1885–1889 Retired; later, district attorney for U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri (1882–1884), (1898), & (1902–1905); U.S. Senator (1905–1911)
John Welborn Republican 7th 1905–1907 Lost re-election
Phil J. Welch Democratic 3rd 1949–1953 Ran for governor (lost)
Erastus Wells Democratic 1st 1869–1873 Redistricting
Erastus Wells Democratic 2nd 1873–1877 Lost re-election
Erastus Wells Democratic 2nd 1879–1881 Retired
Alan Wheat Democratic 5th 1983–1995 Ran for U.S. Senate (lost general)
Robert Henry Whitelaw Democratic 14th 1890–1891 Retired
Clyde Williams Democratic 13th 1927–1929 Lost re-election
Clyde Williams Democratic 13th 1931–1933 Redistricting
Clyde Williams Democratic At-Large 1933–1935 Redistricting
Clyde Williams Democratic 8th 1935–1943 Lost re-election
Robert Patterson Clark Wilson Democratic 4th 1889–1893 Chairman of Committee on Pensions (1891–1893)
J. Scott Wolff Democratic 13th 1923–1925 Lost re-election
Ernest E. Wood Democratic 12th 1905–1906 Election contested, unseated
Reuben T. Wood Democratic 6th 1933–1941 Chairman of Committee on War Claims (1939–1941); lost re-election
Samuel H. Woodson Know-nothing 5th 1857–1861 Retired; later, judge for Missouri 24th Judicial Circuit Court (1875–1881d)
Robert A. Young Democratic 2nd 1977–1987 Lost general
Orville Zimmerman Democratic 10th 1935–1948 Died

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ House of Representatives List of Members (alphabetical by last name)