List of United States political families (F)

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The following is an alphabetical list of political families in the United States whose last name begins with F.

Contents

The Fairbanks[edit]

The Fairbanks of Indiana, Michigan, and New York[edit]

  • Merton W. Fairbank, Michigan State Representative 1905–1908. First cousin once removed of Charles W. Fairbanks.[8]
    • Charles W. Fairbanks (1852–1918), candidate for U.S. Senate from Indiana 1893, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1896 1900 1912, U.S. Senator from Indiana 1897–1905, Vice President of the United States 1905–1909, candidate for the Republican nomination for President of the United States 1908 1916, candidate for Vice President of the United States 1916. First cousin once removed of Merton W. Fairbank.[9]
    • Alexander W. Fairbank, New York Assemblyman 1914–1915. Third cousin once removed of Merton W. Fairbank.[10]
    • Earl Fairbanks, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1900, Michigan State Representative 1903–1906, Michigan State Senator 1907–1910. Relative of Charles W. Fairbanks.[11]

The Fairchilds[edit]

  • Jairus C. Fairchild (1801–1862), First Treasurer of Wisconsin 1848–1852, First Mayor of Madison, Wisconsin 1856–1857. Father of Cassius Fairchild and Lucius Fairchild.[12]
    • Cassius Fairchild (1829–1868), Wisconsin Assemblyman 1860. Son of Jairus C. Fairchild.[13]
    • Lucius Fairchild (1831–1896), Wisconsin Secretary of State 1864–1866, Governor of Wisconsin 1866–1872, U.S. Minister to Spain 1880–1881. Son of Jairus C. Fairchild.[14]
  • Mark J. Fairchild, 1986 Democratic Lieutenant Gubernatorial candidate for Illinois, associated with Lyndon LaRouche Jr.
  • Roger Fairchild, 1990 Republican Gubernatorial candidate for Idaho.
See also Fairchild family

The Fairchilds of Wisconsin[edit]

  • Edward T. Fairchild (1872–1965), Wisconsin State Senator, candidate for Governor of Wisconsin 1910, Circuit Court Judge in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin 1916–1930; Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court 1930–1957. Father of Thomas E. Fairchild.[15]
    • Thomas E. Fairchild (1912–2007), Attorney General of Wisconsin 1948–1951, candidate for U.S. Senate from Wisconsin 1950 1952, U.S. Attorney in Wisconsin 1951–1952, Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court 1957–1966, Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals 1966–1975, Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals 1975–1981. Son of Edward T. Fairchild.

The Fannins[edit]

  • Paul J. Fannin (1907–2002), Governor of Arizona 1959–1965, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1960 1964, U.S. Senator from Arizona 1965–1977. Father of Bob Fannin.[16]
    • Bob Fannin (1936–), Chairman of the Arizona Republican Party 2002, delegate to the Republican National Convention 2004. Son of Paul J. Fannin.[17]

The Farabees[edit]

The Farleys of New York[edit]

  • James Farley (1888–1976) New York U.S. Postmaster General 1932–1940, Chairman Democratic National Committee 1932–1940, Chairman of the New York State Democratic Committee 1930–1944, Secretary of the New York State Democratic Committee 1928–1932(?) Chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission 1924–1932, Athletics Commissioner 1924–1932, New York State Assemblymen 1922– 1924, Port Warden of the City of New York 1918–1920, Chairman of the Rockland County Democratic Party 1918–1932(?) Town Clerk of Stony Point 1910–1918, Town Supervisor of Stony Point 1914–1918, Delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1924–1968. New York State Gubernatorial Campaign Manager Alfred E. Smith 1926–1928, New York State Gubernatorial Campaign Manager Franklin D. Roosevelt 1928–1930, Presidential Campaign Manager Franklin D. Roosevelt 1932–1936.
    • James Farley, Jr. (1928–1986) Chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission 1975–1976, Athletics Commissioner 1956–1965.

The Farrellys[edit]

  • Patrick Farrelly (1770–1826), Pennsylvania State Representative 1811–1812, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1821–1826. Father of David M. Farrelly and John Wilson Farrelly.[21]
    • David M. Farrelly, Register and Recorder of Deeds of Crawford County, Pennsylvania 1830; delegate to the Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention 1836; Burgess of Meadville, Pennsylvania 1847. Son of Patrick Farrelly.[22]
    • John Wilson Farrelly (1809–1860), Pennsylvania State Senator 1828 1838–1842, Pennsylvania State Representative 1837, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1847–1849, Auditor of the U.S. Treasury 1849–1853. Son of Patrick Farrelly.[23]

The Farringtons[edit]

  • Wallace Rider Farrington (1871–1933), Governor of Hawaii Territory 1921–1929. Father of Joseph Rider Farrington.[24]
    • Joseph Rider Farrington (1897–1954), Hawaii Territory Senator 1934–1942, U.S. Congressional Delegate from Hawaii Territory 1943–1954. Son of Wallace Rider Farrington.[25]
    • Elizabeth P. Farrington (1898–1984), delegate to the Republican National Convention 1952, U.S. Congressional Delegate from Hawaii Territory 1954–1957. Wife of Joseph Rider Farrington.[26]

The Farwells and Lovejoys[edit]

  • Owen Lovejoy (1811–1864), U.S. Representative from Illinois 1857–1964. Cousin of Nathan A. Farwell.[27]
  • Nathan A. Farwell (1812–1893), Maine State Senator 1853–1854 1861–1862, Maine State Representative 1960 1863–1864, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1864, U.S. Senator from Maine 1864–1865. Cousin of Owen Lovejoy.[28]

NOTE: Owen Lovejoy was also third cousin twice removed of Rockland, Maine Mayor John H. Lovejoy.[29]

The Faulkners[edit]

  • Charles J. Faulkner (1806–1884), Virginia House Delegate 1829–1834 1848–1849, Virginia State Senator 1838–1842, delegate to the Virginia Constitutional Convention 1850, U.S. Representative from Virginia 1851–1859, U.S. Minister to France 1859–1861, delegate to the West Virginia Constitutional Convention 1872, U.S. Representative from West Virginia 1875–1877. Father of Charles James Faulkner.[30]
    • Charles James Faulkner (1847–1929), Circuit Court Judge in West Virginia, U.S. Senator from West Virginia 1887–1899. Son of Charles J. Faulkner.[31]

The Feighans[edit]

  • Michael A. Feighan (1905–1992), Ohio State Representative 1937–1940, U.S. Representative fro Ohio 1943–1971, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1944 1948 1952 1956 1968. Father of William Matthews Feighan.[32]
    • William Matthews Feighan, Ohio State Representative. Son of Michael A. Feighan.[33]
    • Edward F. Feighan (1947–), Ohio State Representative 1973–1979, Commissioner of Cuyahoga County, Ohio 1979–1982; delegate to the Ohio Democratic Convention 1978; delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1980; U.S. Representative from Ohio 1973–1983. Nephew of Michael A. Feighan.[34]

The Felches, Grants, and Lawrences[edit]

  • Wolcott Lawrence, Michigan Territory Councilman 1824–1831. Father-in-law of Alpheus Felch.[35]
    • Alpheus Felch (1804–1896), Michigan State Representative 1835–1837, candidate for U.S. Representative from Michigan 1840, Auditor General of Michigan 1842, Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court 1842–1845, Governor of Michigan 1846–1847, U.S. Senator from Michigan 1847–1853. Son-in-law of Wolcott Lawrence.[36]
      • Claudius B. Grant (1835–1921), Michigan State Representative 1871–1874, Prosecuting Attorney of Houghton County, Michigan 1877; Circuit Court Judge in Michigan 1882–1889; Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court 1890–1898 1899–1908 1909; 1898–1899 1908. Son-in-law of Alpheus Felch.[37]

The Fellows[edit]

  • Lewis W. Fling, New Hampshire State Senator 1871–1873. Father-in-law of Oscar F. Fellows.[38]
    • Oscar F. Fellows (1857–1921), Maine State Representative 1901–1903. Son-in-law of Lewis F. Fling.[39]
      • Raymond Fellows, Attorney General of Maine 1925–1928, Justice of the Maine Supreme Court 1946–1954, Chief Justice of the Maine Supreme Court 1954–1956. Son of Oscar F. Fellows.[40]
      • Frank Fellows (1889–1951), Clerk of the U.S. District Court of Maine 1917–1920, U.S. Representative from Maine 1941–1951. Son of Oscar F. Fellows.[41]

The Felts[edit]

See Felt family

The Feltons[edit]

Main article: Felton family

The Fendalls, Dents, and Worthingtons[edit]

See Fendall-Dent-Worthington family political line

The Fenners[edit]

  • Arthur Fenner (1745–1805), Governor of Rhode Island 1790–1805. Father of James Fenner.[44]
    • James Fenner (1771–1846), U.S. Senator from Rhode Island 1805–1807, Governor of Rhode Island 1807–1811 1824–1831 1843–1845, delegate to the Rhode Island Constitutional Convention 1842. Son of Arthur Fenner.[45]

The Fenwicks, Livingstons, Stevens, and Alexanders[edit]

  • John Stevens (1682–1737), Collector of Perth Amboy, New Jersey. Father of John Stevens.
    • John Stevens (1715/1716-1792), Delegate to the Continental Congress from New Jersey 1783. Son of John Stevens.
      • Robert Livingston (1746–1813), U.S. Secretary of Foreign Affairs 1781–1783, Chancellor of New York 1777–1801, candidate for Governor of New York 1798, U.S. Minister to France 1801–1804. Son-in-law of John Stevens.[46]
        • Millicent Fenwick (1910–1992), Bernardsville, New Jersey Councilwoman 1957–1964; New Jersey Assemblywoman 1970–1973; U.S. Representative from New Jersey 1975–1983; candidate for U.S. Senate from New Jersey 1982; U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture 1983–1987. Great-great-great granddaughter of John Stevens.[47]
        • Archibald S. Alexander, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1948 1956, candidate for U.S. Senate from New Jersey 1948 1952. Great-great-great grandson of John Stevens.[48]

NOTE: Robert Livingston was also a member of the Livingston family which includes several politicians, including Continental Congressional Delegate Philip Livingston[49] and New Jersey Governor William Livingston.[50] Millicent Fenwick was also daughter of New Jersey Assemblyman Ogden H. Hammond[51] and sister of U.S. Vice Consul Ogden H. Hammond, Jr.[52]

The Fergusons[edit]

The Fessendens[edit]

The Fielders[edit]

  • James F. Fielder, New Jersey Assemblyman 1871. Father of George Bragg Fielder.[58]
    • George Bragg Fielder (1842–1906), Register of Hudson County, New Jersey; U.S. Representative from New Jersey 1893–1895. Son of James F. Fielder.[59]
    • William Brinkerhoff, New Jersey State Senator 1884–1886. Brother-in-law of George Bragg Fielder.[60]
      • James Fairman Fielder (1867–1954), New Jersey Assemblyman 1903–1904, New Jersey State Senator 1908–1913, acting Governor of New Jersey 1813, Governor of New Jersey 1814–1817. Son of George Bragg Fielder.[61]

The Fields[edit]

  • David Dudley Field (1805–1894), U.S. Representative from New York 1877. Brother of Stephen J. Field.[62]
  • Stephen J. Field (1816–1899), California Assemblyman 1850–1851, Justice of the California Supreme Court 1857–1863, Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1863–1897. Brother of David Dudley Field.[63]

The Fieldses[edit]

  • Harvey Fields, member of the Louisiana State Senate from 1916 to 1920; Louisiana Public Service Commission, 1927 to 1936, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Louisiana, 1937-1941; briefly a law partner of Huey Pierce Long, Jr., in Shreveport, resident of Farmerville in Union Parish, Louisiana, father of T. T. Fields[64]
    • T. T. Fields, member of the Louisiana House of Representatives, 1952-1964, 1968-1972; resident of Farmerville, son of Harvey Fields[65]

The Fifers[edit]

The Filleys[edit]

The Finches[edit]

  • Robert L. Finch, Arizona State Representative. Father of Robert Finch.[69]
    • Robert Finch (1925–1995), candidate for U.S. Representative from California 1952 1954, Lieutenant Governor of California 1967–1969, U.S. Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare 1969–1970, candidate for Republican nomination for U.S. Senator from California 1976. Son of Robert L. Finch.[70]

The Findlays[edit]

  • John Findlay (1766–1838), Prothonotary in Pennsylvania 1809–1821, Orphans' Court Clerk in Pennsylvania 1809–1818, Clerk of the Court of Quarter Sessions in Pennsylvania 1809–1818, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1821–1827, Postmaster of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania 1829–1838. Brother of William Findlay and James Findlay.[71]
  • William Findlay (1768–1846), Treasurer of Pennsylvania 1807–1817, Governor of Pennsylvania 1817–1820, U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania 1821–1827. Brother of John Findlay and James Findlay.[72]
  • James Findlay (1770–1835), member of the Northwest Territory Legislature 1798–1802, U.S. Receiver of Public Moneys of Cincinnati, Ohio 1800; U.S. Marshal of the Ohio Territory 1802; Mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio 1805–1806 1810–1811; U.S. Representative from Ohio 1825–1833; candidate for Governor of Ohio 1834. Brother of John Findlay and William Findlay.[73]

The Finleys[edit]

  • Hugh F. Finley (1833–1909), Kentucky State Representative 1861–1862, Commonwealth Attorney in Kentucky, candidate for U.S. Representative from Kentucky 1870, Kentucky State Senator 1875–1876, District Attorney of Kentucky 1876–1877, Judge in Kentucky 1880–1886, U.S. Representative from Kentucky 1887–1891. Father of Charles Finley.[74]
    • Charles Finley (1865–1941), Kentucky State Representative 1894–1896, delegate to the Kentucky Republican Convention 1895, Kentucky Secretary of State 1896–1900, U.S. Representative from Kentucky 1930–1933. Son of Hugh F. Finley.[75]

The Finleys and Harris[edit]

  • Stephen Ross Harris (1824–1905), Mayor of Bucyrus, Ohio 1852–1853 1861–1862; U.S. Representative from Ohio 1895–1897. Uncle of Ebenezer B. Finley.[76]
    • Ebenezer B. Finley (1833–1916), U.S. Representative from Ohio 1877–1881, Adjutant General of Ohio 1884, Circuit Court Judge in Ohio. Nephew of Stephen Ross Harris.[77]

The Fishes[edit]

See Fish family

The Fishburnes, Mavericks, and Slaydens[edit]

  • James Luther Slayden (1853–1924), Texas State Representative 1892, U.S. Representative from Texas 1897–1919. Uncle of Maury Maverick.[78]
    • John W. Fishburne (1868–1937), member of the Virginia Legislature 1895, Virginia State Court Judge 1913, U.S. Representative from Virginia 1931–1933. Cousin of Maury Maverick.[79]
    • Maury Maverick (1895–1954), delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1928 1940, U.S. Representative from Texas 1935–1939, Mayor of San Antonio, Texas 1939–1941. Cousin of John W. Fishburne.[80]
      • Maury Maverick, Jr. (1921–2003), Texas State Representative 1950–1956, candidate for Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate from Texas 1961. Son of Maury Maverick.[81]

NOTE: Maury Maverick is also grandson of Texas State Representative Samuel A. Maverick[82] and cousin of U.S. Representative Abram Poindexter Maury.[83]

The Fisks and Olmsteds[edit]

  • James Fisk (1763–1844), member of the Massachusetts General Court 1785, Vermont State Representative 1800–1805 1809–1810 1815, Judge of the Orange County, Vermont Court 1802–1809 1816; U.S. Representative from Vermont 1805–1809 1811–1815; Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court 1815–1816; U.S. Senator from Vermont 1817–1818; Collector of Customs of Vermont 1818–1826. Grandfather-in-law of David Olmsted.
    • David Olmsted (1822–1861), delegate to the Iowa Constitutional Convention 1846, Mayor of St. Paul, Minnesota 1854–1855. Grandson-in-law of James Fisk.[84]

NOTE: David Olmsted was also brother of Minnesota Territory Representative S. Baldwin Olmstead.[85]

The Fitzgeralds[edit]

  • John Wesley Fitzgerald, Michigan State Representative 1895–1896. Father of Frank D. Fitzgerald.[86]
    • Frank D. Fitzgerald (1885–1939), delegate to the Republican National Convention 1924 1932 1936, Michigan Republican State Central Committeeman 1925–1926, Secretary of the Michigan Republican Party 1929–1930, Michigan Secretary of State 1931–1934, Governor of Michigan 1935–1936 1939. Son of John Wesley Fitzgerald.[87]
      • John Warner Fitzgerald (1924–2006), Michigan State Senator 1959–1964, Judge of the Michigan Court of Appeals 1965–1973, Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court 1974–1982, Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court 1982. Son of Frank D. Fitzgerald.[88]

The Fitzgeralds, Gardners, Minots, and Pickerings[edit]

  • Timothy Pickering (1745–1829), Essex County, Massachusetts Register of Deeds 1774–1777; Massachusetts Colony Common Pleas Court Judge 1775; member of the Massachusetts Legislature 1776; delegate to the Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention 1789; Postmaster General of the United States 1791–1795; U.S. Secretary of War 1795; U.S. Secretary of States 1795–1800; Common Pleas Court Judge in Massachusetts 1802–1803; U.S. Senator from Massachusetts 1803–1811; U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 1813–1817; Massachusetts Governor's Councilman 1817–1818. Great-great-grandfather of Augustus P. Gardner.[90]
    • Augustus P. Gardner (1865–1918), Massachusetts State Senator 1900–1901, U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 1902–1917. Great-great-grandson of Timothy Pickering.[91]
    • Susan W. Fitzgerald, Massachusetts State Representative 1923–1924, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1924. Descendant of Timothy Pickering.[92]
      • William A.G. Minot (1916–1963), Connecticut State Representative 1959. Grand son of Augustus P. Gardner.[93]

NOTE: Augustus P. Gardner was also son-in-law of U.S. Senator Henry Cabot Lodge[94] and uncle by marriage of U.S. Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.[95] and U.S. Representative John Davis Lodge.[96] William A.G. Minot was also great-great-great-great-grandson of U.S. Senator George Cabot[97] and great-great-great-grandson of U.S. Senator Elijah Hunt Mills.[98]

The Fitzpatricks, Elmores, and Lewis[edit]

  • John Archer Elmore (1762–1834), member of the South Carolina Legislature, member of the Alabama Legislature. Father of Franklin Harper Elmore, Rush Elmore, Benjamin F. Elmore, and Albert Elmore.[99]
    • Franklin Harper Elmore (1799–1850), U.S. Representative from South Carolina 1836–1839, U.S. Senator from South Carolina 1850. Son of John Archer Elmore.[100]
    • Rush Elmore (1819–1864), Justice of the Kansas Territory Supreme Court 1854–1855 1858–1861. Son of John Archer Elmore.[101]
    • Benjamin F. Elmore, Treasurer of South Carolina. Son of John Archer Elmore.[102]
    • Albert Elmore, Alabama Secretary of State 1865. Son of John Archer Elmore.[103]
    • Benjamin Fitzpatrick (1802–1869), Governor of Alabama 1841–1845, U.S. Senator from Alabama 1848–1849 1853–1855 1855–1861. Son-in-law of John Archer Elmore.[104]
    • Dixon Hall Lewis (1802–1848), Alabama State Representative 1926-1828, U.S. Representative from Alabama 1829–1844, U.S. Senator from Alabama 1844–1848. Son-in-law of John Archer Elmore.[105]

NOTE: Dixon Hall Lewis was also nephew of U.S. Representative Bolling Hall.[106]

The Flakes[edit]

  • Franklin L. Flake (1935–), Arizona State Representative, Arizona State Senator. Uncle of Jeffry Flake.
    • Jeffry Flake (1962–), U.S. Representative from Arizona 2001–present. Nephew of Franklin L. Flake.[107]

The Flanders and Hartness[edit]

  • James Hartness (1861–1934), Governor of Vermont 1921–1923. Father-in-law of Ralph Flanders.
    • Ralph Flanders (1880–1970), U.S. Senator from Vermont 1946–1959. Son-in-law of James Hartness.[108]

The Flemings and Halls[edit]

  • Ellery R. Hall (1834–1868), delegate to the Republican National Convention 1864 1868. Third cousin by marriage of Aretas B. Fleming.[109]
  • Aretas B. Fleming (1839–1923), Circuit Court Judge in West Virginia 1878, Governor of West Virginia 1890–1893. Third cousin by marriage of Ellery R. Hall.[110]

The Fletchers and Huddlestons[edit]

The Fletchers and McKinleys[edit]

  • William McKinley (1843–1901), U.S. Representative from Ohio 1877–1884 1885–1891, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1888, Governor of Ohio 1892–1896, President of the United States 1897–1901. Fourth cousin once removed of Henry P. Fletcher.[114]
    • Henry P. Fletcher (1873–1959), U.S. Minister to Chile 1909–1914, U.S. Minister to Luxembourg 1923–1924, U.S. Ambassador to Chile 1914–1916, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico 1916–1919, U.S. Ambassador to Belgium 1922–1924, U.S. Ambassador to Italy 1924–1929, Chairman of the Republican National Committee 1934–1936, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1940. Fourth cousin once removed of William McKinley.[115]

The Floyds[edit]

  • John Floyd (1783–1837), Virginia House of Delegates 1814–1815, U.S. Representative from Virginia 1817–1829, Governor of Virginia 1830–1834. Father of John B. Floyd and George Rogers Clark Floyd.[116]
    • John B. Floyd (1806–1863), member of the Virginia House of Delegates 1847–1849 1853, Governor of Virginia 1849–1852, U.S. Secretary of War 1857–1860. Son of John Floyd.[116]
    • George Rogers Clark Floyd (1810–1895), Secretary of Wisconsin Territory 1843–1846, West Virginia West Virginia House of Delegates 1872–1873. Son of John Floyd.[117]
      • John B. Floyd (1854–1835), West Virginia House of Delegates 1881, 1893, West Virginia State Senator 1883–1885. Son of George Rogers Clark Floyd.[116]

The Floyds of New York[edit]

  • William Floyd (1734–1821), Delegate to the Continental Congress from New York 1774–1776, New York State Senator 1784–1788 1808, U.S. Representative from New York 1789–1791, candidate for Lieutenant Governor of New York 1795, delegate to the New York Constitutional Convention 1801. Grandfather of John G. Floyd.[118]
    • John G. Floyd (1806–1881), Clerk of Utica, New York 1829–1833; Prosecuting Attorney of Utica, New York 1829–1833; Judge of Suffolk County, New York; New York Assemblyman 1839–1843; U.S. Representative from New York 1839–1843 1851–1853; New York State Senator 1848–1849. Grandson of William Floyd.[119]

The Flynns[edit]

  • John H. Flynn, candidate for Mayor of Glen Cove, New York 1905. Brother of Edward J. Flynn.[120]
  • Edward J. Flynn (1891–1953), New York Assemblyman 1918–1921, Sheriff of Bronx County, New York 1922–1925; Chairman of the Bronx County, New York Democratic Party 1922–1940; delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1924 1928 1932 1936 1940 1944 1948 1952; Chamberlain of New York City 1926–1928; New York Secretary of State 1929–1939; New York Democratic Committeeman 1930; Chairman of the Democratic National Committee 1940–1943; Leader of the Bronx County, New York Democratic Party 1941–1953; Democratic National Committeeman 1944–1945. Brother of John H. Flynn.[121]

The Flynts[edit]

  • John James Flynt (1872–1949), Georgia 1900–1906 1926 1933–1935, Georgia State Senator 1907–1908 1929-1920 1937–1938, Chairman of the Georgia Democratic Party 1916–1921. Father of John James Flynt, Jr.[122]
    • John James Flynt, Jr. (1914–2007), Georgia State Representative 1947–1948, U.S. Representative from Georgia 1954–1979. Son of John James Flynt.[123]

The Fogartys[edit]

  • John E. Fogarty (1913–1967), U.S. Representative from Rhode Island 1941–1944 1945–1967, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1948 1960. Brother of Charles Fogarty.
  • Charles Fogarty, Rhode Island State Senator. Brother of John E. Fogarty.
    • Charles J. Fogarty, Glocester, Rhode Island Councilman; Rhode Island State Senator 1990–1998; Lieutenant Governor of Rhode Island 1998–2007; candidate for Governor of Rhode Island 2006. Son of Charles Fogarty.
    • Paul W. Fogarty, Rhode Island State Senator 1998–present. Son of Charles Fogarty.

The Foleys[edit]

  • John R. Foley (1890–1954), delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1928. Father of John R. Foley, Daniel F. Foley, and Patrick J. Foley.[124]
    • John R. Foley (1917–2001), Orphans' Court Judge in Montgomery County, Maryland 1954–1958; candidate for U.S. Representative from Maryland 1956; U.S. Representative from Maryland 1959–1961. Son of John R. Foley.[125]
    • Daniel F. Foley (1921–2002), District Court Judge in Minnesota 1966–1982. Son of John R. Foley.[126]
    • Patrick J. Foley, U.S. Attorney of Minnesota 1966–1969. Son of John R. Foley.[127]

The Folgers[edit]

  • John Hamlin Folger (1880–1963), Mayor of Mount Airy, North Carolina 1908–1912; North Carolina State Representative 1927–1928; North Carolina State Senator 1931–1932; delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1932 1944; U.S. Representative from North Carolina 1941–1949. Brother of Alonzo Dillard Folger.[128]
  • Alonzo Dillard Folger (1888–1941), Democratic National Committeeman 1936–1941, Judge of the North Carolina Superior Court 1937, U.S. Representative from North Carolina 1939–1941. Brother of John Hamlin Folger.[129]
    • Fred Folger, North Carolina State Senator 1935–1936 1039–1940 1959. Son of John Hamlin Folger.[130]

The Folsoms and Wallaces[edit]

  • James E. Folsom, Sr. (1908–1987), delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1944, Governor of Alabama 1947–1951 1955–1959. Father of James E. Folsom, Jr.[131]
    • James E. Folsom, Jr. (1948–), candidate for U.S. Senate from Alabama 1980, Lieutenant Governor of Alabama 1987–1993 2007–present, Governor of Alabama 1993–1995. Son of James E. Folsom, Sr.[132]
    • George C. Wallace (1919–1998), Alabama State Representative 1947–1953, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1956, Alabama Circuit Court Judge 1953–1958, candidate for Democratic nomination for President of the United States 1958, Governor of Alabama 1963–1967 1971–1972 1972–1979 1983–1987, candidate for Democratic nomination for President of the United States 1964 1972 1976, candidate for President of the United States 1968. Nephew by marriage of James E. Folsom, Sr.[133]
    • Lurleen Wallace (1926–1968), Governor of Alabama 1967–1968. Wife of George C. Wallace.[134]
      • George Wallace, Jr., candidate for U.S. Representative from Alabama 1992, candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Alabama 1994 2006. Son of George C. Wallace and Lurleen Wallace.[135]

The Footes[edit]

The Fords[edit]

  • Gerald Ford (1913–2006), U.S. Representative from Michigan 1949–1973, Vice President of the United States 1973–1974, President of the United States 1974–1977. Brother of Thomas Ford.[138]
    • John G. Ford (1952–), delegate to multiple Republican National Conventions, executive director of the 1996 Republican National Convention. Son of Gerald Ford.
  • Thomas Gardner Ford (1918–1995), Michigan State Representative 1965–1972. Brother of Gerald Ford.[139]

The Fords and Forquers[edit]

  • George Forquer (1794–1837), Illinois State Senator, Illinois Secretary of State 1825–1828, Attorney General of Illinois 1829–1832. Brother of Thomas Ford.[140]
  • Thomas Ford (1800–1850), Illinois State Attorney, Illinois State Judge, Justice of the Illinois Supreme Court 1841–1842, Governor of Illinois 1842–1846. Brother of George Forquer.[141]

The Fords of Kentucky[edit]

  • E.H. Ford, Kentucky State Senator. Father of Wendell H. Ford.
    • Wendell H. Ford (1924–), Kentucky State Senator 1965–1967, Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky 1967–1971, Governor of Kentucky 1971–1974, U.S. Senator from Kentucky 1974–1999. Son of E.H. Ford.

The Fords of Tennessee[edit]

  • Newton Ford, candidate for Tennessee State Representative 1966, candidate for Tennessee Assemblyman 1968. Father of Harold Ford, Sr.; Edmund Ford; John N. Ford; Ophelia Ford; Joe Ford; Emmitt Ford; and James Ford.
    • Harold Ford, Sr. (born 1945), Tennessee legislator, US Representative, Tennessee, 1975–1997[142]
    • Edmund Ford Memphis city councilman; brother of Harold Sr.[146]
    • John N. Ford (born 1942), Tennessee State Senator; brother of Harold Sr.[148]
    • Ophelia Ford Tennessee State Senator; sister of Harold Sr.[149]
    • Joe Ford, candidate for Mayor of Memphis, Tennessee 1999; Commissioner of Shelby County, Tennessee. Brother of Harold Ford, Sr.; Edmund Ford; John N. Ford; and Ophelia Ford.[147]
      • Joe Ford, Jr., candidate for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Representative from Tennessee 2006. Son of Joe Ford.[150]
    • Emmitt Ford, Tennessee State Representative. Son of Newton Ford.
    • James Ford, Memphis, Tennessee Councilman; Commissioner of Shelby County, Tennessee. Son of Newton Ford.

Note: The Fords are not related to President Gerald Ford, who was born Leslie King and renamed after his stepfather Gerald Ford, Sr.

The Forneys[edit]

  • Peter Forney (1756–1834), member of the North Carolina House of Commons 1794–1796, North Carolina State Senator 1801–1802, U.S. Representative from North Carolina 1813–1815. Father of Daniel Munroe Forney.[151]
    • Daniel Munroe Forney (1784–1847), U.S. Representative from North Carolina 1815–1818, North Carolina State Senator 1823–1826. Son of Peter Forney.[152]
      • William H. Forney (1823–1894), Alabama State Representative 1859–1860, Alabama State Senator 1855–1856, U.S. Representative from Alabama 1875–1893. Grandson of Peter Forney.[153]

The Forsyths[edit]

  • John Forsyth (1780–1841), Attorney General of Georgia 1808, U.S. Representative from Georgia 1813–1818 1823–1827, U.S. Senator from Georgia 1818–1819 1829–1834, U.S. Minister to Spain 1819–1823, Governor of Georgia 1827–1829, U.S. Secretary of State 1834–1841. Father of John Forsyth Jr.[154]

The Forts and Wrights[edit]

  • Samuel G. Wright (1781–1845), U.S. Representative from New Jersey 1845. Father-in-law of George F. Fort.
    • George F. Fort (1809–1872), delegate to the New Jersey Constitutional Convention 1844, New Jersey Assemblyman, New Jersey State Senator, Governor of New Jersey 1851–1854, Judge in New Jersey. Son-in-law of Samuel G. Wright.
      • John Franklin Fort (1852–1920), delegate to the Republican National Convention 1884 1896 1912, Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court, Governor of New Jersey 1908–1911, Federal Trade Commission 1917–1919. Nephew of George F. Fort.[156]
        • Franklin W. Fort (1880–1937), U.S. Representative from New Jersey 1925–1931, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1928. Son of John Franklin Fort.[157]

The Forwards[edit]

  • Walter Forward (1786–1852), Pennsylvania Assemblyman, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1822–1825, delegate to the Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention 1837, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury 1841–1843, U.S. Chargé d'Affaires to Denmark 1850–1851, Judge of the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania District Court. Brother of Chauncey Forward.[158]
  • Chauncey Forward (1793–1839), Pennsylvania State Representative 1820–1822, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1826–1833. Brother of Walter Forward.[159]

The Fosters[edit]

  • Theodore Foster (1752–1828), U.S. Senator from Rhode Island 1790–1803. Brother of Dwight Foster.[160]
  • Dwight Foster (1757–1823), Justice of the Peace of Worcester County, Massachusetts 1781–1823; Justice of the Court of Common Pleas in Massachusetts 1792; Sheriff of Worcester County, Massachusetts 1792; Massachusetts State Representative 1791–1792 1808–1809; U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 1793–1799; U.S. Senator from Massachusetts 1800–1803; Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas in Massachusetts 1801–1811; Governor's Councilman in Massachusetts. Brother of Theodore Foster.[161]
    • Alfred Dwight Foster (1800–1852), member of the Massachusetts State Representative. Son of Dwight Foster.[162]
      • Dwight Foster (1828–1884), Attorney General of Massachusetts 1861–1864, Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court 1866–1869. Son of Alfred Dwight Foster.[163]

NOTE: Dwight Foster was also son-in-law of U.S. Senator Roger Sherman Baldwin.[164]

The Fosters of Alaska[edit]

  • Neal W. "Willie" Foster (1916–1979), Alaska Territorial Senator 1955–1959, Alaska State Senator 1963–1967. Father of Richard Foster
    • Richard Foster (1946–2009), Alaska State Representative 1989–2009. Son of Willie Foster. Father of Neal Foster
      • Neal W. Foster (1972–), Alaska State Representative 2009–. Son of Richard Foster

The Fosters of Tennessee[edit]

  • Robert Coleman Foster (1769–1844), Tennessee State Representative 1803–1807, Tennessee State Senator 1809–1815 1825–1827, candidate for Governor of Tennessee 1815 1817. Father of Ephraim H. Hubbard and Robert Coleman Foster, Jr.[165]
    • Ephraim H. Foster (1794–1854), Tennessee State Representative 1829–1831 1835–1837, U.S. Senator from Tennessee 1838–1839 1843–1845, candidate for Governor of Tennessee 1845. Son of Robert Coleman Foster.[166]
    • Robert Coleman Foster, Jr., Tennessee State Representative 1829–1831 1833–1835 1839–1841, Tennessee State Senator 1841–1843. Son of Robert Coleman Foster.[167]
      • Edward S. Cheatham (1818–1878), Tennessee State Representative 1853–1855, Tennessee State Senator 1855–1857 1861–1863. Son-in-law of Ephraim H. Foster.[168]

NOTE: Edward S. Cheatham was also son of U.S. Representative Richard Cheatham,[169] nephew of Tennessee State Representative Anderson Cheatham,[170] and brother Tennessee State Representative Richard Boone Cheatham[171] and Tennessee Legislator Boyd M. Cheatham.[172]

The Fosters and Sanders of Louisiana[edit]

  • Murphy J. Foster (1849–1921), Louisiana State Senator 1880–1892, Governor of Louisiana 1892–1900, U.S. Senator from Louisiana 1901–1913. Cousin of Jared Young Sanders.[173]
  • Jared Young Sanders (1869–1944), Louisiana State Representative 1892–1904, delegate to the Louisiana Constitutional Convention 1898 1921, Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana 1904–1908, Governor of Louisiana 1908–1912, U.S. Representative from Louisiana 1917–1921, candidate for U.S. Senate from Louisiana 1920 1926. Cousin of Murphy J. Foster.[174]
    • Jared Y. Sanders, Jr. (1892–1960), member of the Louisiana Legislature, U.S. Representative from Louisiana 1934–1937 1941–1943, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1940 1944. Son of Jared Young Sanders.[175]
    • Murphy J. Foster, Jr. (1930–), Louisiana State Senator, Governor of Louisiana 1996–2004. Grandson of Murphy J. Foster.[176]

The Fosses[edit]

  • Eugene Foss (1858–1939), U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 1910–1911, Governor of Massachusetts 1911–1913. Brother of George E. Foss.[177]
  • George E. Foss (1863–1936), U.S. Representative from Illinois 1895–1913 1915–1919, candidate for U.S. Senate from Illinois 1918. Brother of Eugene Foss.[178]

The Fossellas and O'Learys[edit]

  • James A. O'Leary (1889–1944), candidate for New York State Senate 1930, U.S. Representative from New York 1935–1944. Great-grandfather of Vito Fossella.[179]
    • Vito Fossella (1965–), New York City Councilman 1994–1997, U.S. Representative from New York 1997–2009. Great-grandson of James A. O'Leary.[180]

The Fowlers[edit]

  • Samuel Fowler (1779–1844), New Jersey Councilman, U.S. Representative from New Jersey 1833–1837. Grandfather of Samuel Fowler.[181]
    • Samuel Fowler (1851–1919), U.S. Representative from New Jersey 1889–1893. Grandson of Samuel Fowler.[182]

The Fowlers and Kidds[edit]

  • Culver Kidd, Jr., Georgia State Representative 1947–1953 1957–1963, Georgia State Senator 1963–1991. Father of Tillie K. Fowler.[183]
    • Tillie K. Fowler (1942–2005), Jacksonville, Florida Councilwoman 1986–1992; U.S. Representative from Florida 1992–2001; delegate to the Republican National Convention 2004. Daughter of Culver Kidd, Jr.[184]

The Fowlers of Louisiana[edit]

  • Douglas Fowler (1906-1980), Louisiana Elections Commissioner (1959-1979), clerk of court of Red River Parish, Louisiana (1940-1952), father of Jerry Fowler and brother of H. M. Fowler[185]
    • Jerry Fowler (1940-2009), Louisiana Elections Commissioner (1980-2000), former professional football player, son of Douglas Fowler and nephew of H. M. Fowler[186]
  • H. M. Fowler (1918-2014), member of the Louisiana House of Representatives (1972-1986), known as "Mutt" Fowler, brother of Douglas Fowler and uncle of Jerry Fowler[187]

The Franchots[edit]

  • Richard Franchot (1816–1875), U.S. Representative from New York 1861–1863. Father of Stanislaus P. Franchot and N. V. V. Franchot.[188]
    • Stanislaus P. Franchot (1851–1908), New York State Senator 1907–1908. Son of Richard Franchot.[189]
      • Edward E. Franchot (1881–1950), delegate to the New York Constitutional Convention 1915. Son of Stanislaus P. Franchot.[190]
      • Nicholas V. V. Franchot II (1884–1938), New York Assemblyman 1918–1919 1921. Son of Stanislaus P. Franchot[191]
    • N. V. V. Franchot (1855–1943), delegate to the Republican National Convention 1892 1904, Mayor of Olean, New York 1894–1898. Son of Richard Franchot.[192]
        • Peter V. R. Franchot (born November 25, 1947) was elected Maryland's 33rd Comptroller on November 7, 2006 and assumed office as the Comptroller of Maryland in January 2007. Great Grandson of Richard Franchot(Grandson of Douglas).

The Francis[edit]

  • John M. Francis (1823–1897), U.S. Minister to Greece 1871–1873, U.S. Minister to Portugal 1882–1884, U.S. Minister to Austria-Hungary 1884–1885, delegate to the New York Constitutional Convention 1894. Father of Charles S. Francis.[193]
    • Charles S. Francis (1853–1911), U.S. Minister to Greece 1901–1902, U.S. Minister to Romania 1901–1902, U.S. Minister to Serbia 1901–1902, U.S. Ambassador to Austria-Hungary 1906–1910. Son of John M. Francis.[194]

The Francises and Earicksons[edit]

  • James Earickson (1782–1844), Missouri State Senator 1828–1829, Missouri State Senator 1829–1833. Grandfather-in-law of David R. Francis.[195]
    • David R. Francis (1850–1927), Mayor of St. Louis, Missouri 1885–1889; Governor of Missouri 1889–1893; U.S. Secretary of the Interior 1896–1897; U.S. Ambassador to Russia 1916–1917. Grandson-in-law of James Earickson.

The Franks and Lewis[edit]

  • Ann Lewis, Democratic National Committeewoman. Sister of Barney Frank.[196]
  • Barney Frank (1940–), Massachusetts State Representative 1973–1980, U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 1981–present, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 2000 2004 2008. Brother of Ann Lewis.[197]

The Franks and Pattersons[edit]

  • William Patterson (1789–1838), U.S. Representative from New York 1837–1838. Brother of George Washington Patterson.[198]
  • George Washington Patterson (1799–1879), Justice of the Peace in New York, New York Assemblyman 1832–1833 1835–1840, delegate to the New York Constitutional Convention 1846, Lieutenant Governor of New York 1849–1850, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1856 1860, U.S. Representative from New York 1877–1879. Brother of William Patterson.[199]
    • Augustus Frank (1826–1895), delegate to the Republican National Convention 1856, U.S. Representative from New York 1859–1865, delegate to the New York Constitutional Convention 1867 1868 1894. Nephew of William Patterson and George Washington Patterson.[200]

The Franklins[edit]

  • Jesse Franklin (1760–1823), member of the North Carolina House of Commons 1793–1794 1797–1798, North Carolina State Senator 1805–1806, U.S Representative from North Carolina 1795–1797, U.S. Senator from North Carolina 1799–1805 1807–1813, Governor of North Carolina 1820–1821. Brother of Meshack Franklin.[201]
  • Meshack Franklin (1772–1839), member of the North Carolina House of Commons 1800–1801, U.S. Representative from North Carolina 1807–1815, North Carolina State Senator 1828–1829 1838. Brother of Jesse Franklin.[202]

The Franklins of Arizona[edit]

The Franklins and Davenports[edit]

  • Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790), Delegate to the Continental Congress from Pennsylvania 1775, delegate to the Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention 1776, U.S. Minister to France 1778–1785, President of Pennsylvania 1785, delegate to the Philadelphia Convention. Father of William Franklin.

The Fraziers[edit]

  • James B. Frazier (1856–1937), Governor of Tennessee 1903–1905, U.S. Senator from Tennessee 1905–1911. Father of James B. Frazier, Jr.[206]
    • James B. Frazier, Jr. (1890–1978), U.S. Attorney in Tennessee 1933–1948, U.S. Representative from Tennessee 1948–1963. Son of James B. Frazier.[207]

The Freehafers and McClures[edit]

  • A.L. Freehafer (1868–1940), Idaho State Representative 1906, Idaho State Senator 1908, candidate for Governor of Idaho 1924, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1936. Grandfather of James A. McClure.[208]
    • James A. McClure (1924–), Idaho State Senator 1960–1967, U.S. Representative from Idaho 1967–1973, U.S. Senator from Idaho 1973–1991, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1988. Grandson of A.L. Freehafer.[209]

The Freemans[edit]

  • Orville Freeman (1918–2003), Governor of Minnesota 1955–1961, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture 1961–1969. Father of Michael O. Freeman.[210]
    • Michael O. Freeman (1948–), Minnesota State Senator 1983–1991, County Attorney for Hennepin County, Minnesota 1991–1999 2006–present, candidate for Democratic nominations for Governor of Minnesota, 1994 and 1998. Son of Orville Freeman.[211]

The Freemans of Massachusetts and New Hampshire[edit]

The Freeses and McLevys[edit]

  • Jasper McLevy (1878–1962), candidate for Mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut 1911 1931; candidate for U.S. Representative from Connecticut 1920; Mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut 1933–1957; candidate for Governor of Connecticut 1938; candidate for U.S. Senate from Connecticut 1952. Uncle by marriage of Irving C. Freese.[214]
    • Irving Freese, candidate for Mayor of Norwalk, Connecticut 1939 1941 1943 1945; candidate for Connecticut State Representative 1946; Mayor of Norwalk, Connecticut 1947–1954. Nephew by marriage of Jasper McLevy.[215]

The Frelinghuysens[edit]

The Frenches and Hotchkiss[edit]

  • Carlos French (1835–1903), Connecticut State Representative 1860 1868, Democratic National Committeeman, U.S. Representative from Connecticut 1887–1889, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1892. Third cousin twice removed of James L. Hotchkiss.[222]
    • James L. Hotchkiss (1857–1930), delegate to the Republican National Convention 1908 1912 1916 1924, Chairman of the Monroe County, New York Republican Party 1920–1927. Third cousin twice removed of Carlos French.[223]
    • Raymond T. French (1864–1934), Connecticut State Senator 1919–1920. Son of Carlos French.[224]

The Frenches and Mortons[edit]

  • Marcus Morton (1784–1864), U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 1817–1821, Massachusetts Governor's Councilman 1823, Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts 1824–1825, acting Governor of Massachusetts 1825, Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court 1825–1840, Governor of Massachusetts 1840–1841 1843–1844, Collector of the Port of Boston, Massachusetts 1845–1849; delegate to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention 1853; Massachusetts State Representative 1858. Father of Marcus Morton.[225]
    • Marcus Morton (1819–1891), delegate to the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention 1853, Massachusetts State Representative 1858, Judge of the Suffolk County, Massachusetts; Judge of the Massachusetts Superior Court; Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court 1869–1882; Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court 1882–1890. Son of Marcus Morton.[226]
      • George W. French (1858–1934), delegate to the Republican National Convention 1896 1900 1904 1912. Nephew of Marcus Morton.[227]

The Friedmans[edit]

The Fryes[edit]

The Fullers and Wallaces[edit]

  • Melville W. Fuller (1833–1910), delegate to the Illinois Constitutional Convention 1862, Illinois State Representative 1863, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1876, Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1888–1910. Father-in-law of Hugh Campbell Wallace.[234]
    • Hugh Campbell Wallace (1863–1931), Democratic National Committeeman 1892–1896 1916–1920, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1896 1912, U.S. Ambassador to France 1919–1921. Son-in-law of Melville W. Fuller.[235]

The Fullertons and Robisons[edit]

The Fultons[edit]

The Fultons of Virginia[edit]

  • John H. Fulton (1792–1836), member of the Virginia Legislature 1823, Virginia State Senator 1829, U.S. Representative from Virginia 1833–1835. Brother of Andrew S. Fulton.[240]
  • Andrew S. Fulton (1800–1884), member of the Virginia Legislature 1840, U.S. Representative from Virginia 1847–1849, Virginia State Court Judge 1852. Brother of John H. Fulton.[241]

The Funks[edit]

Main article: Funk family

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  234. ^ The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Fuller
  235. ^ The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Wallace
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  237. ^ ROBISON, David Fullerton - Biographical Information
  238. ^ FULTON, Charles William - Biographical Information
  239. ^ FULTON, Elmer Lincoln - Biographical Information
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