List of United States Representatives from West Virginia

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This is a List of Members of the United States House of Representatives from West Virginia

Former representatives[edit]

Representative Party Years District District

Home Town
District

Home County
Notes Ref.
Schiffler A. C. Schiffler Republican 1939–1941

1943–1945
WV-01 Wheeling Ohio [1] [2]
Littlepage Adam B. Littlepage Democratic 1911–1913

1913–1915

1915–1917

WV-03

WV-03

WV-06
Charleston Kanawha [3] [4]
MollohanA Alan B. Mollohan Democratic 1983–2011 WV-01 Fairmont Marion [5] [6]
Dayton Alston G. Dayton Republican 1895–1905 WV-02 Philippi Barbour Resigned to become
Federal judge.
[7] [8]
Edmiston Andrew Edmiston, Jr. Democratic 1933–1943 WV-03 Weston Lewis [9] [10]
Moore Arch A. Moore, Jr. Republican 1957–1969 WV-01 Glen Dale Marshall Became Governor.
Convicted of corruption.
[11] [12]
Martin Benjamin Franklin Martin Democratic 1877–1881 WV-02 Pruntytown Taylor [13] [14]
Rosenbloom Benjamin L. Rosenbloom Republican 1921–1925 WV-01 Wheeling Ohio [15] [16]
Wilson Benjamin Wilson Democratic 1875–1883 WV-01 Clarksburg Harrison [17] [18]
Kitchen Bethuel M. Kitchen Republican 1867–1869 WV-02 Ganotown Berkeley [19] [20]
Dovener Blackburn B. Dovener Republican 1895–1907 WV-01 Wheeling Ohio [21] [22]
Wise Bob Wise Democratic 1983–2001 WV-03
WV-02
Charleston Kanawha [23] [24]
Bachmann Carl G. Bachmann Republican 1925–1933 WV-01 Wheeling Ohio [25] [26]
SmithC Charles Brooks Smith Republican 1890–1891 WV-04 Parkersburg Wood [27] [28]
Hogg Charles E. Hogg Democratic 1887–1889 WV-04 Point Pleasant Mason [29] [30]
Faulkner Charles J. Faulkner, Sr. Democratic 1875–1877 WV-02 Martinsburg Berkeley [31] [32]
Dorr Charles P. Dorr Republican 1897–1899 WV-03 Webster Springs Webster [33] [34]
Snyder Charles P. Snyder Democratic 1883–1889 WV-03 Charleston Kanawha [35] [36]
Hubbard Chester D. Hubbard Republican 1865–1869 WV-01 Wheeling Ohio [37] [38]
Benedict Cleve Benedict Republican 1981–1983 WV-02 Lewisburg Greenbrier [39] [40]
Bailey Cleveland M. Bailey Democratic 1945–1947

1949–1963
WV-03 Clarksburg Harrison [41] [42]
Polsley Daniel Haymond Polsley Republican 1867–1869 WV-03 Fairmont Marion [43] [44]
Johnston David Emmons Johnston Democratic 1899–1901 WV-03 Princeton Mercer [45] [46]
Hedrick E. H. Hedrick Democratic 1945–1953 WV-06 Beckley Raleigh [47] [48]
Cooper Edward Cooper Republican 1915–1919 WV-05 Bramwell Mercer [49] [50]
Rohrbough Edward G. Rohrbough Republican 1943–1945

1947–1949
WV-03 Buckhannon Upshur [51] [52]
England Edward T. England Republican 1927–1929 WV-06 Logan Logan [53] [54]
KeeE Elizabeth Kee Democratic 1951–1965 WV-05 Bluefield Mercer [55] [56]
Gibson Eustace Gibson Democratic 1883–1887 WV-04 Huntington Cabell [57] [58]
Love Francis J. Love Republican 1947–1949 WV-01 Wheeling Ohio [59] [60]
Hereford Frank Hereford Democratic 1877–1881 WV-03 Union Monroe [61] [62]
Bowman Frank L. Bowman Republican 1925–1933 WV-02 Morgantown Monongalia [63] [64]
Sturgiss George Cookman Sturgiss Republican 1907–1911 WV-02 Morgantown Monongalia [65] [66]
Bowers George M. Bowers Republican 1916–1923 WV-02 Gerrardstown Berkeley [67] [68]
Latham George Robert Latham Unconditional Unionist 1865–1867 WV-02 Buckhannon Upshur [69] [70]
Atkinson George W. Atkinson Republican 1890–1891 WV-01 Wheeling Ohio [71] [72]
Johnson George William Johnson Democratic 1923–1925
1933–1943
WV-04 Charles Town Jefferson [73] [74]
StaggersJR Harley O. Staggers, Jr. Democratic 1983–1993 WV-02 Keyser Mineral [75] [76]
Staggers Harley O. Staggers Democratic 1949–1981 WV-02 Keyser Mineral [77] [78]
Woodyard Harry C. Woodyard Republican 1903–1911 WV-04 Spencer Roane [79] [80]
Sutherland Howard Sutherland Republican 1913–1917 At-large Elkins Randolph [81] [82]
Ellis Hubert S. Ellis Republican 1943–1949 WV-04 Huntington Cabell [83] [84]
Shott Hugh Ike Shott Republican 1929–1933 WV-05 Bluefield Mercer [85] [86]
Moss Hunter H. Moss, Jr. Republican 1913–1916 WV-04 Parkersburg Wood [87] [88]
Duval Isaac H. Duval Republican 1869–1871 WV-01 Wellsburg Brooke [89] [90]
Hughes J. A. Hughes Republican 1901–1903
1903–1915
1927–1930
WV-04
WV-05
WV-04
Huntington Cabell Died in office. [91] [92]
Taylor J. Alfred Taylor Democratic 1923–1927 WV-06 Alderson Greenbrier [93] [94]
Hagans J. Marshall Hagans Republican 1973–1975 WV-02 Morgantown Monongalia [95] [96]
Blair Jacob B. Blair Unconditional Unionist 1863–1865 WV-01 Parkersburg Wood [97] [98]
McGrew James C. McGrew Republican 1869–1873 WV-02 Kingwood Preston [99] [100]
Capehart James Capehart Democratic 1891–1895 WV-04 Point Pleasant Wood [101] [102]
Strother James F. Strother Republican 1925–1929 WV-05 Welch McDowell [103] [104]
Huling James Hall Huling Republican 1895–1897 WV-03 Charleston Kanawha [105] [106]
KeeJ James Kee Democratic 1965–1973 WV-05 Fayetteville Fayette [107] [108]
Jackson James M. Jackson Democratic 1889–1890 WV-04 Parkersburg Wood [109] [110]
Randolph Jennings Randolph Democratic 1933–1947 WV-02 Salem Harrison [111] [112]
SmithJ Joe L. Smith Democratic 1929–1945 WV-06 Beckley Raleigh [113] [114]
Hoge John B. Hoge Democratic 1881–1883 WV-02 Martinsburg Berkeley [115] [116]
Alderson John D. Alderson Democratic 1889–1895 WV-03 Summersville Nicholas [117] [118]
Kenna John E. Kenna Democratic 1877–1883 WV-03 Charleston Kanawha [119] [120]
Hutchinson John G. Hutchinson Democratic 1980–1981 WV-03 Charleston Kanawha [121] [122]
DavisJJ John James Davis Democratic 1871–1875 WV-01 Clarksburg Harrison [123] [124]
KeeJo John Kee Democratic 1933–1951 WV-05 Bluefield Mercer [125] [126]
Hamilton John M. Hamilton Democratic 1911–1913 WV-04 Grantsville Calhoun [127] [128]
SlackJr John M. Slack, Jr. Democratic 1959–1980 WV-06

WV-03
St. Albans Kanawha Died in office. [129] [130]
Wolverton John M. Wolverton Republican 1925–1927

1929–1931
WV-03 Richwood Nicholas [131] [132]
Pendleton John O. Pendleton Democratic 1889–1890

1891–1895
WV-01 Wheeling Ohio [133] [134]
Witcher John S. Witcher Republican 1869–1871 WV-03 Huntington Cabell [135] [136]
DavisJW John W. Davis Democratic 1911–1913 WV-01 Clarksburg Harrison [137] [138]
Gaines Joseph H. Gaines Republican 1901–1911 WV-03 Fayetteville Fayette [139] [140]
Whaley Kellian Van Rensalear Whaley Unconditional Unionist 1863–1867 WV-03 Point Pleasant Mason [141] [142]
Hechler Ken Hechler Democratic 1959–1977 WV-04 Huntington Cabell [143] [144]
Echols Leonard S. Echols Republican 1923–1927 WV-06 Charleston Kanawha [145] [146]
Hornor Lynn Hornor Democratic 1931–1933 WV-03 Clarksburg Harrison [147] [148]
Burnside M. G. Burnside Democratic 1949–1953
1955–1957
WV-04 Huntington Cabell [149] [150]
Neely Matthew M. Neely Democratic 1913–1921

1945–1947
WV-01 Fairmont Marion [151] [152]
Snyder Melvin C. Snyder Republican 1947–1949 WV-02 Kingwood Preston [153] [154]
Staton Mick Staton Republican 1981–1983 WV-03 South Charleston Kanawha [155] [156]
Goff Nathan Goff Republican 1883–1889 WV-01 Clarksburg Harrison [157] [158]
Rahall Nick Rahall Democratic 1977–2015 WV-04
WV-03
Beckley Raleigh [159] [160]
Byrd Robert Byrd Democratic 1953–1959 WV-06 Stotesbury Raleigh [161] [162]
Allen Robert E. Lee Allen Democratic 1923–1925 WV-02 Morgantown Monongalia [163] [164]
MollohanR Robert H. Mollohan Democratic 1953–1957

1969–1983
WV-01 Parkersburg Wood [165] [166]
Ramsay Robert L. Ramsay Democratic 1933–1939

1941–1943

1949–1953
WV-01 Follansbee Brooke [167] [168]
HoggR Robert Lynn Hogg Republican 1930–1933 WV-04 Point Pleasant Mason [169] [170]
Freer Romeo H. Freer Republican 1899–1901 WV-04 Harrisville Ritchie [171] [172]
Avis Samuel B. Avis Republican 1913–1915 WV-03 Charleston Kanawha [173] [174]
Capito Shelley Moore Capito Republican 2001–2015 WV-02 Charleston Kanawha [175] [176]
Reed Stuart F. Reed Republican 1917–1925 WV-03 Clarksburg Harrison [177] [178]
DavisT Thomas B. Davis Democratic 1905–1907 WV-02 Keyser Mineral [179] [180]
Lilly Thomas Jefferson Lilly Democratic 1923–1925 WV-05 Hinton Summers [181] [182]
Miller Warren Miller Republican 1895–1899 WV-04 Ripley Jackson [183] [184]
Goody Wells Goodykoontz Republican 1919–1923 WV-05 Williamson Mingo [185] [186]
Neal Will E. Neal Republican 1953–1955
1957–1959
WV-04 Huntington Cabell [187] [188]
BrownJr William Gay Brown, Jr. Democratic 1911–1916 WV-02 Kingwood Preston [189] [190]
BrownSr William Gay Brown, Sr. Unconditional Unionist 1863–1865 WV-02 Kingwood Preston [191] [192]
WilsonW William Lyne Wilson Democratic 1883–1895 WV-02 Charles Town Jefferson [193] [194]
Hubbard William P. Hubbard Republican 1907–1911 WV-01 Wheeling Ohio [195] [196]
Obrien William S. O'Brien Democratic 1927–1929 WV-03 Buckhannon Upshur [197] [198]

Current representatives, listed by district[edit]

Living former Members of the U.S. House of Representatives from West Virginia[edit]

As of April 2015, there are seven former members of the U.S. House of Representatives from the U.S. State of West Virginia that are currently living.

Representative Term of office (Congressional years as congressmen/women/representatives while in office) District Date of birth (and age)
Ken Hechler 1959 - 1977 4th (1914-09-20) September 20, 1914 (age 100)
Nick Rahall 1977 - 2015 4th (1977-1993)
3rd (2013-2015)
(1949-05-20) May 20, 1949 (age 65)
John G. Hutchinson 1980 - 1981 3rd (1935-02-04) February 4, 1935 (age 80)
Harley O. Staggers, Jr. 1983 - 1993 2nd (1951-02-22) February 22, 1951 (age 64)
Bob Wise 1983 - 2001 3rd (1983-1993)
2nd (1993-2001)
(1948-01-06) January 6, 1948 (age 67)
Alan Mollohan 1983 - 2011 1st (1943-05-14) May 14, 1943 (age 71)
Shelley Moore Capito 2001 - 2015 2nd (1953-11-26) November 26, 1953 (age 61)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  3. ^ Adam B. Littlepage at the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress Retrieved on 11-29-2008.
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