List of United States political families (G)

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

Contents

The Gadsdens[edit]

  • Christopher Gadsden (1723-1805), Delegate to the Continental Congress from South Carolina 1774-1776, Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina 1778-1780. Grandfather of John Gadsden and James Gadsden.[1]
    • John Gadsden (1787-1831), South Carolina State Representative 1819, U.S. Attorney of South Carolina 1820-1831, Intendant of Charleston, South Carolina 1827-1829. Grandson of Christopher Gadsden.[2]
    • James Gadsden (1788-1858), member of the Florida Territoral Legislature, U.S. Minister to Mexico 1853-1856. Grandson of Christopher Gadsden.[3]
      • Philip H. Gadsden (1867-1965), delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1916. Grandnephew of John Gadsen and James Gadsden.[4]

The Gales[edit]

  • George Gale (1756-1815), U.S. Representative from Maryland 1789-1791. Father of Levin Gale.[5]
    • Levin Gale (1784-1834), Maryland State Senator 1816, U.S. Representative from Maryland 1827-1829. Son of George Gale.[6]

The Gallatins, Nicholsons, and Davies[edit]

  • Albert Gallatin (1761-1849), delegate to the Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention 1790, Pennsylvania State Representative 1790-1792, U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania 1793-1794, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1795-1801, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury 1801-1814, U.S. Minister to France 1815-1823, U.S. Minister to Great Britain 1826-1827. Cousin by marriage of Joseph Hopper Nicholson.[7]
  • Joseph Hopper Nicholson (1770-1817), Maryland House Delegate 1796-1798, U.S. Representative from Maryland 1799-1806, Judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals 1806-1817. Cousin by marriage of Albert Gallatin.[8]

NOTE: Joseph Hopper Nicholson was also brother-in-law of U.S. Attorney Francis Scott Key.[10] Eugenie Mary Ladenburg Davie was also a descendant by marriage of North Carolina Governor William Richardson Davie[11] and granddaughter-in-law of U.S. Representative William Preston.[12]

The Gallups and Sumners[edit]

  • David Gallup, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1860, Connecticut State Senator 1869, Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut 1879-1881. Father-in-law of David Gallup.[13]
    • George G. Sumner (1841-1906), Connecticut State Representative 1867, Mayor of Hartford, Connecticut 1878-1880; Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut 1878-1880; Connecticut State Senator 1887-1888. Son-in-law of David Gallup.[14]

The Gambles[edit]

The Ganos[edit]

The Garcelons[edit]

  • Alonzo Garcelon (1813-1906), delegate to the Republican National Convention 1856, candidate for U.S. Representative from Maine 1868, Mayor of Lewiston, Maine 1871-1872; Governor of Maine 1879-1880. Father of Alonzo Marston Garcelon.[18]
    • Alonzo Marston Garcelon, Mayor of Lewiston, Maine 1883-1884. Son of Alonzo Garcelon.[19]

The Gardiners[edit]

  • Robert H. Gardiner, Mayor of Gardiner, Maine 1850. Great-great-grandfather of William Tudor Gardiner.[20]
    • William Tudor Gardiner (1892-1953), Maine State Representative 1921-1926, Governor of Maine 1929-1933, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1932. Great-great-grandson of Robert H. Gardiner.[21]
    • Margaret Gardiner, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1936. Wife of William Tudor Gardiner.[22]

The Gardners and Hoeys[edit]

  • Oliver Max Gardner (1882-1947), Chairman of the Cleveland County, North Carolina Democratic Party 1907-1908; North Carolina Democratic Executive Committeeman 1910-1914; North Carolina State Senator 1911 1915; Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina 1917-1921; candidate for Governor of North Carolina 1920 delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1924 1932 1940 1944; Governor of North Carolina 1929-1933. Husband of Fay Webb Gardner.[23]
  • Fay Webb Gardner, North Carolina Committeewoman 1929, North Carolina Democratic Executive Committeewoman 1930-1932, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1948 1952. Wife of Oliver Max Gardner.[24]
  • Clyde R. Hoey (1877-1954), North Carolina State Representative 1899-1902, North Carolina State Senator 1903-1906, U.S. Representative from North Carolina 1919-1921, Governor of North Carolina 1937-1941, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1940 1944 1948 1952, Democratic National Committeeman 1941-1944, U.S. Senator from North Carolina 1945-1954. Brother-in-law of Oliver Max Gardner.[25]

The Garfields[edit]

  • James A. Garfield (1831-1881), U.S. Representative from Ohio 1863-1881, President of the United States; 1881. Father of Harry A. Garfield and James A. Garfield.[26]
    • Harry A. Garfield (1863-1942), U.S. Fuel Administrator 1917-1919. Son of James A. Garfield.[27]
    • James R. Garfield (1865-1950), Ohio State Senator 1896-1899, member of the United States Civil Service Commission 1902-1903, Commissioner of Corporations of the Department of Commerce and Labor 1903-1907, Secretary of Commerce 1907-1909, Progressive Party candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Ohio, 1914. Son of James A. Garfield.[28]

John Phillip Garfield (1949- ), Oakland County Commissioner (Michigan) 1993-2002. Michigan State Representative (Republican)(2003-2008) Michigan State Senate candidate (2010) 4th great cousin to President James A. Garfield. Born: Detroit, Michigan

The Garlands[edit]

  • Rufus King Garland, Jr. (1830-1886), member of the Arkansas Legislature, 1858-1861, Confederate States Representative from Arkansas 1864-1865, delegate to the Arkansas Constitutional Convention 1874, candidate for Governor of Arkansas 1882. Brother of Augustus H. Garland.[29]
  • Augustus H. Garland (1832-1899), Confederate States Representative from Arkansas 1862-1864, Confederate States Senator from Arkansas 1864-1865, Governor of Arkansas 1874-1877, U.S. Senator from Arkansas 1877-1885, Attorney General of the United States 1885-1889. Brother of Rufus King Garland, Jr.[30]

The Garrards[edit]

The Garretts[edit]

  • John W. Garrett (1872-1942), U.S. Minister to Venezuela 1910-1911, U.S. Minister to Argentina 1911-1913, U.S. Minister to the Netherlands 1917-1919, U.S. Minister to Luxembourg 1917-1919, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1920 1924, U.S. Ambassador to Italy 1929-1933. Brother of Robert Garrett.[32]
  • Robert Garrett, candidate for Maryland House Delegate 1903 1905, candidate for U.S. Representative from Maryland 1904 1906 1908, Maryland Republican Committeeman 1912. Brother of John W. Garrett.[33]

The Garrisons[edit]

  • Lindley M. Garrison (1864-1932), U.S. Secretary of War 1913-1916. Brother of Charles G. Garrison.[34]
  • Charles G. Garrison, Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court 1888-1893 1896-1900. Brother of Lindley M. Garrison.[35]

The Gartrells and Randells[edit]

  • Lucius Jeremiah Gartrell (1821-1891), Solicitor General in Georgia, Georgia State Representative 1847-1850, U.S. Representative from Georgia 1857-1861, Confederate States Representative from Georgia 1862-1864, delegate to the Georgia Constitutional Convention 1877. Uncle of Choice B. Randell.[36]
    • Choice B. Randell (1857-1945), U.S. Representative from Texas 1901-1913, candidate for U.S. Senate from Texas 1912. Nephew of Lucius Jeremiah Gartrell.[37]

The Gastons[edit]

  • William Gaston (1820-1894), Massachusetts State Representative 1853-1856, Massachusetts State Senator 1868, Mayor of Boston, Massachusetts 1871-1872; candidate for Governor of Massachusetts 1873 1877; Governor of Massachusetts 1875-1876. Father of William A. Gaston.[38]
    • William A. Gaston (1859-1927), candidate for Governor of Massachusetts 1902 1903 1926, candidate for U.S. Senate from Massachusetts 1922. Son of William Gaston.[39]
      • William Gaston, candidate for U.S. Representative from Connecticut 1948. Son of William A. Gaston.[40]

The Gates[edit]

  • Ralph F. Gates (1893-1978), delegate to the Republican National Convention 1928 1936 1948, Chairman of the Indiana Republican Party 1941-1944, Governor of Indiana 1945-1949, Republican National Committeeman 1946-1950. Father of Robert E. Gates.[41]
    • Robert E. Gates (1920-1994), candidate for Republican nomination for Governor of Indiana 1964. Son of Ralph F. Gates.[42]

The Gays[edit]

  • Edward James Gay (1816-1889), U.S. Representative from Louisiana 1885-1889. Grandfather of Edward James Gay.[44]
    • Edward James Gay (1878-1952), Louisiana State Representative 1904-1918, U.S. Senator from Louisiana 1918-1921. Grandson of Edward James Gay.[45]

The Geddes[edit]

  • James Geddes (1763-1838), U.S. Representative from New York 1819-1821. Father of George Geddes.
    • George Geddes (1809-1883), New York State Senator 1847-1851. Son of James Geddes.

The Gehrmanns[edit]

The Georges and Leavells[edit]

  • James Z. George (1826-1897), U.S. Senator from Mississippi 1881-1897. Father-in-law of William Hayne Leavell.[47]
    • William Hayne Leavell (1850-1930), U.S. Minister to Guatemala 1913-1918. Son-in-law of James Z. George.[48]

The Gephardts and Talents[edit]

  • Richard A. Gephardt (1941-), U.S. Representative from Missouri 1977-2005, candidate for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States 1988 2004, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 2000 2004 2008. Relative of James M. Talent.[49]
  • James M. Talent (1956-), Missouri State Representative 1985-1992, U.S. Representative from Missouri 1993-2001, candidate for Governor of Missouri 2000, U.S. Senator from Missouri 2002-2007, delegate to the Republican National Convention 2004. Relative of Richard A. Gephardt.[50]

The Gerens[edit]

The Gerrys[edit]

  • Elbridge Gerry (1744-1814), Massachusetts Colony 1772-1775, Delegate to the Continental Congress from Massachusetts 1776-1780 1783-1785, U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 1789-1793, candidate for Governor of Massachusetts 1800 1801 1802 1803, Governor of Massachusetts 1810-1812, Vice President of the United States 1813-1814. Grandfather of Elbridge Gerry.[53]
      • Elbridge Gerry (1813-1886), U.S. Representative from Maine 1849-1851. Grandson of Elbridge Gerry.[54]
        • Peter G. Gerry (1879-1957), U.S. Representative from Rhode Island 1913-1915, U.S. Senator from Rhode Island 1917-1929 1935-1947. Great-grandson of Elbridge Gerry.[55]

The Gholsons[edit]

The Gibbons and Rasmusons[edit]

The Gibsons[edit]

  • Ernest Willard Gibson (1872-1940), Vermont House of Representatives, 1906, Vermont State Senate, Windham County State's Attorney, 1919-1921, U.S. Representative from Vermont 1923-1933, U.S. Senator from Vermont 1933-1940. Father of Ernest W. Gibson, Jr. and Preston F. Gibson.[62]
    • Ernest W. Gibson, Jr. (1901-1969), U.S. Senator from Vermont 1940-1941, Governor of Vermont 1947-1950, Judge of U.S. District Court of Vermont 1950-1969. Son of Ernest Willard Gibson.[63]
      • Ernest W. Gibson III (born 1927), son of Ernest W. Gibson, Jr., Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court.[64]
      • Robert H. Gibson (1931-1999), son of Ernest W. Gibson, Jr., Assistant Secretary of the Vermont Senate from 1963 to 1967, Secretary from 1967 to 1999.[65]
      • David A. Gibson (1936-2010), son of Ernest W. Gibson, Jr., Vermont State Senate, 1977 to 1983, Senate Secretary from 2000 to 2010.[66]
    • Preston F. Gibson (1908-1955), son of Ernest Willard Gibson, Judge of the Brattleboro municipal court.[67]

The Gibsons of Maryland and Tennessee[edit]

  • Henry R. Gibson (1837-1938), delegate to the Tennessee Constitutional Convention 1870, Tennessee State Senator 1871-1875, Tennessee State Representative 1875-1877, Post Office Inspector of Knoxville, Tennessee; U.S. Pension Agent of Knoxville, Tennessee 1883-1885; U.S. Representative from Tennessee 1895-1905; delegate to the Republican National Convention 1900. Cousin of Charles H. Gibson.[68]
  • Charles H. Gibson (1842-1900), Attorney of Talbot County, Maryland 1871-1875; U.S. Representative from Maryland 1885-1891; U.S. Senator from Maryland 1891-1897. Cousin of Henry R. Gibson.[69]

The Gibsons of Pennsylvania[edit]

  • John Gibson (1740-1822), delegate to the Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention 1790, Secretary of Indiana Territory 1800-1816, acting Governor of Indiana Territory 1812-1813. Uncle of John B. Gibson.[70]
    • John B. Gibson (1780-1853), Pennsylvania State Representative 1810-1812, Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court 1816-1827 1851-1853, Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court 1827-1851. Nephew of John Gibson.[71]

The Giddings and Julians[edit]

  • Joshua Reed Giddings (1795-1864), Ohio State Representative 1826-1828, U.S. Representative from Ohio 1838-1859. Father-in-law of George Washington Julian.
    • George Washington Julian (1817-1899), Indiana State Representative, delegate to the Free Soil Party National Convention 1848, U.S. Representative from Indiana 1849-1851 1861-1871, candidate for Vice President of the United States 1852. Son-in-law of Joshua Reed Giddings.

The Gilberts[edit]

The Gilchrists[edit]

  • William E. Gilchrist, Florida State Senator. Father of Albert W. Gilchrist.[74]
    • Albert W. Gilchrist (1858-1926), Florida State Representative 1893-1896 1903-1906, Governor of Florida 1909-1913, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1912, candidate for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate from Florida 1916. Son of William E. Gilchrist.[75]

The Gills[edit]

The Gills of Washington and Wisconsin[edit]

The Gillettes[edit]

  • Francis Gillette (1807-1879), Connecticut State Representative 1832 1836 1838, U.S. Senator from Connecticut 1854-1855. Father of Edward H. Gillette.[78]
    • Edward H. Gillette (1840-1918), Chairman of the Greenback Party National Committee, delegate to the Greenback Party National Convention 1876, U.S. Representative from Iowa 1879-1881. Son of Francis Gillette.[79]

NOTE: Edward H. Gillette was also a distant relative of U.S. President William Howard Taft.

The Gilligans and the Sebeliuses[edit]

Main articles: Gilligan family and Sebelius family

The Gilmans[edit]

  • Nathaniel Folsom (1726-1790), Delegate to the Continental Congress from New Hampshire 1774 1777-1780, New Hampshire Governor's Councilman 1776-1777 1783-1784, Common Pleas Court Judge in New Hampshire 1776-1790, delegate to the New Hampshire Constitutional Convention 1783. Third cousin and father-in-law of John Taylor Gilman.[83]
    • John Taylor Gilman (1753-1828), New Hampshire State Representative 1779 1781 1810-1811, Delegate to the Continental Congress from New Hampshire 1782-1783, Treasurer of New Hampshire 1791, Governor of New Hampshire 1794-1805 1813-1816. Third cousin and son-in-law of Nathaniel Folsom.[84]
    • Nicholas Gilman (1755-1814), Delegate to the Continental Congress from New Hampshire 1787-1789, U.S. Representative from New Hampshire 1789-1797, U.S. Senator from New Hampshire 1805-1814. Brother of John Taylor Gilman.[85]
      • Charles J. Gilman (1824-1901), New Hampshire State Representative 1851-1852, Maine State Representative 1854-1855, Maine Whig Party Committeeman, U.S. Representative from Maine 1857-1859, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1860. Grandnephew of John Taylor Gilman and Nicholas Gilman.[86]

The Gilmores[edit]

  • John Gilmore (1780-1845), Pennsylvania State Representative 1816-1821, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1829-1833, Treasurer of Pennsylvania 1841-1842. Father of Alfred Gilmore.[87]
    • Alfred Gilmore (1812-1858), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1849-1853. Son of John Gilmore.[88]

The Glass[edit]

  • Robert H. Glass (1820-1896), delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1860. Father of Carter Glass.[89]
    • Carter Glass (1858-1946), Virginia State Senator 1899-1902, delegate to the Virginia Constitutional Convention 1901 1902, U.S. Representative from Virginia 1902-1918, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1916 1920 1924 1928 1932 1940 1944, Democratic National Committeeman 1916-1928, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury 1918-1920, U.S. Senator from Virginia 1920-1946, candidate for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States 1920. Son of Robert H. Glass.[90]

The Glenns[edit]

The Glicks and Orrs[edit]

  • George W. Glick (1827-1911), Kansas State Representative 1864, candidate for Governor of Kansas 1868 Kansas State Senator 1873, Kansas State Court Judge 1877, Governor of Kansas 1883-1885. Father-in-law of J.W. Orr.[91]
    • J.W. Orr, Kansas Democratic Central Committeeman 1884-1908, Mayor of Atchison, Kansas 1901-1907; Kansas State Representative 1911-1913; delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1924. Son-in-law of George W. Glick.[92]

The Glovers[edit]

  • John Montgomery Glover (1822-1891), Collector of Internal Revenue in Missouri 1866-1867, U.S. Representative from Missouri 1873-1879. Uncle of John Milton Glover.[93]
    • John Milton Glover (1852-1929), U.S. Representative from Missouri 1885-1889, candidate for Governor of Missouri 1888. Nephew of John Montgomery Glover.[94]

The Goddards[edit]

The Goebels[edit]

  • William Goebel (1856-1900), Kentucky State Senator 1887-1899, delegate to the Kentucky Constitutional Convention 1890 1891, Governor of Kentucky 1900. Brother of Justus Goebel.[95]
  • Justus Goebel, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1912. Brother of William Goebel.[96]

The Goffs[edit]

  • Nathan Goff, Sr., West Virginia House Delegate 1863 1865 1870. Father of Nathan Goff, Jr.[97]
    • Nathan Goff, Jr. (1843-1920), West Virginia House Delegate 1867-1868, U.S. Attorney for West Virginia 1868-1881 1881-1882, candidate for U.S. Representative from West Virginia 1870 1874, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1872 1876 1880, candidate for Governor of West Virginia 1876 1888, U.S. Secretary of the Navy 1881, U.S. Representative from West Virginia 1883-1889, U.S. Circuit Judge for West Virginia 1892-1913, U.S. Senator from West Virginia 1913-1919. Son of Nathan Goff, Jr.[98]
      • Guy D. Goff (1866-1933), U.S. District Attorney for Wisconsin 1911-1915, General Counsel to the United States Shipping Board 1920, U.S. Senator from West Virginia 1925-1931. Son of Nathan Goff, Jr.[99]
        • Louise Goff Reece (1898-1970), delegate to the Republican National Convention 1960 1964, U.S. Representative from Tennessee 1861-1863, Republican National Committeewoman 1967. Daughter of Guy D. Goff.[100]
        • B. Carroll Reece (1889-1961), U.S. Representative from Tennessee 1921-1929 1933-1947 1951-1961, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1928 1932 1936 1940 1948, Republican National Committeeman 1939-1940, Chairman of the Republican National Committee 1946-1948, candidate for U.S. Senate from Tennessee 1948, Chairman of the Tennessee Republican Party 1958. Husband of Louise Goff Reece.[101]

The Goldsboroughs[edit]

  • Robert Goldsborough (1733-1788), Sheriff of Dorchester County, Maryland 1761-1765; Maryland Assemblyman; Attorney General of Maryland; Delegate to the Continental Congress from Maryland 1774-1776; Maryland State Senator 1777. Father of Robert H. Goldsborough.
    • Robert H. Goldsborough (1779-1836), U.S. Senator from Maryland 1813-1819 1835-1836, Maryland House Delegate 1825. Son of Robert Goldsborough.
      • Charles Goldsborough (1765-1834), Maryland State Senator 1791-1795 1799-1801, U.S. Representative from Maryland 1805-1817, Governor of Maryland 1819. Grandson of Robert Goldsborough.

NOTE: William Henry Laird was also son of U.S. Representative Daniel Maynadier Henry.[104]

The Goldthwaites, Pettits, and Siebels[edit]

  • George Thomas Goldthwaite (1809-1879), Judge of the Alabama Circuit Court 1843-1852, Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court 1852-1856, U.S. Senator from Alabama 1871-1877. Great-grandfather of George G. Seibels, Jr..

The Goldwaters[edit]

  • Michael Goldwater (1821-1903), Mayor of Prescott, Arizona 1885. Father of Morris Goldwater.[107]
    • Morris Goldwater (1852-1939), Mayor of Prescott, Arizona 1879; Arizona Territory Councilman; delegate to the Arizona Constitutional Convention 1910. Son of Michael Goldwater.[108]
      • Barry Goldwater (1909-1998), Phoenix, Arizona Councilman; U.S. Senator from Arizona 1953-1965 1969-1987; candidate for President of the United States 1964. Grandson of Michael Goldwater.[109]
        • Barry Goldwater, Jr. (1938-), U.S. Representative from California 1969-1983, candidate for Republican nomination for U.S. Senate from California 1982. Son of Barry Goldwater.[110]
        • Donald H. Goldwater (1955-), Chairman for the Arizona Republican Party, candidate for Republican nomination for Arizona State Senate 1992, delegate to the Republican National Convention 2004, candidate for Republican nomination for Governor of Arizona 2006. Nephew of Barry Goldwater.

The Gonzalezes[edit]

The Goodenows[edit]

  • Rufus K. Goodenow (1790-1863), Clerk of Oxford County, Maine Courts 1821-1837; Maine State Representative 1837-1838; delegate to the Whig National Convention 1839; U.S. Representative from Maine 1849-1851. Brother of Robert Goodenow.[113]
  • Robert Goodenow (1800-1874), Attorney of Franklin County, Maine 1828-1834 1869-1870; U.S. Representative from Maine 1851-1853; Treasurer of Franklin County, Maine 1866-1868. Brother of Rufus K. Goodenow.[114]

The Goodenows and Holmes[edit]

  • John Holmes (1773-1843), member of the Massachusetts General Court 1802 1803 1812, Massachusetts State Senator, U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 1817-1820, U.S. Senator from Maine 1820-1827 1829-1833, Maine State Representative 1836-1837, U.S. Attorney of Maine 1841-1843. Father-in-law of Daniel Goodenow.[115]
    • Daniel Goodenow, candidate for Governor of Maine 1831 1832 1833, Attorney General of Maine 1838 1841, Justice of the Maine Supreme Court 1855-1862. Son-in-law of John Holmes.[116]
      • John H. Goodenow, Maine State Representative 1859, Maine State Senator 1861-1862, U.S. Consul General in Constantinople, Ottoman Empire 1864-1865 1874. Son of Daniel Goodenow.[117]

The Goodlands[edit]

  • John Goodland, Sr. (1831-1919), District Attorney of Outagamie County, Wisconsin 1888-1891. Judge of the 10th Judicial District (1891-?) Father of:
  • Walter Samuel Goodland (1862-1947), Mayor of Racine, Wisconsin 1911-1915; delegate to the Republican National Convention 1912 1928; Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin 1939-1945; Governor of Wisconsin 1943-1947. Brother of John Goodland, Jr.[118]
  • John Goodland, Jr., Mayor of Appleton, Wisconsin 1930-1944. Brother of Walter Samuel Goodland.[119]

The Goodlings[edit]

The Goodriches[edit]

  • Chauncey Goodrich (1759-1815), Connecticut State Representative 1793-1794, U.S. Representative from Connecticut 1795-1801, U.S. Senator from Connecticut 1807-1813, Mayor of Hartford, Connecticut 1912-1915; Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut 1913-1915. Brother of Elizur Goodrich.[122]
  • Elizur Goodrich (1761-1849), Connecticut State Representative 1795-1802, U.S. Representative from Connecticut 1799-1801, Collector of Customs for the port of New Haven, Connecticut; Mayor of New Haven, Connecticut 1803-1822. Brother of Chauncey Goodrich.[123]

The Goodwins[edit]

The Gordons and Haralsons[edit]

  • Hugh A. Haralson (1805-1854), U.S. Representative from Georgia 1843-1851. Father-in-law of James Brown Gordon.
    • John Brown Gordon (1832-1904), candidate for Governor of Georgia 1868, U.S. Senator from Georgia 1873-1880 1891-1897, Governor of Georgia 1886-1890. Son-in-law of Hugh A. Haralson.[125]

The Gordons and Paines[edit]

The Gordons and Waynes[edit]

  • James M. Wayne (1790-1867), Georgia State Representative 1815-1816, Mayor of Savannah, Georgia 1817-1819; Common Pleas Court Judge in Savannah, Georgia 1820-1822; Superior Court Judge in Savannah, Georgia 1822-1828; U.S. Representative from Georgia 1829-1835; Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1835-1867. Uncle by marriage of William Washington Gordon.[128]
    • William Washington Gordon (1796-1842), Mayor of Savannah, Georgia 1834-1836; Georgia State Representative 1835; Georgia State Senator 1838. Nephew by marriage of James M. Wayne.[129]
      • W.W. Gordon (1834-1912), Georgia State Representative 1884-1890. Son of William Washington Gordon.[130]

The Gores[edit]

Main article: Gore family

Note: Writer Gore Vidal asserted that his grandfather, Thomas Pryor Gore, who served as U.S. senator from Oklahoma, was related to the Gores of Tennessee, but no such relationship has been proven.

The Gormans and Johnsons[edit]

  • Arthur Pue Gorman (1839-1906), Maryland House Delegate 1870-1872, Maryland State Senator 1876-1882, U.S. Senator from Maryland 1881-1899 1903-1906. Father-in-law of Richard A. Johnson.[135]
    • Richard A. Johnson, candidate for U.S. Representative from Maryland 1914. Son-in-law of Arthur Poe Gorman.[136]

The Gorskis[edit]

  • Chester C. Gorski (1906-1975), member of the Erie County, New York Board of Supervisors 1941-1945; Buffalo, New York Common Councilman 1946-1948 1954-1956 1960-1974; U.S. Representative from New York 1949-1951. Father of Dennis Gorski and Jerome Gorski.
    • Dennis Gorski, New York Assemblyman 1975-1983, Erie County, New York Executive 1988-1999; candidate for U.S. Representative from New York 1992. Son of Chester C. Gorski.
    • Jerome Gorski, Justice of the New York Supreme Court. Son of Chester C. Gorski.

The Gosars[edit]

  • Paul Gosar (1958-), U.S. Representative from Arizona 2011–present. Brother of Pete Gosar.
  • Pete Gosar, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Wyoming 2010. Brother of Paul Gosar.

The Goulds and Judds[edit]

  • Norman B. Judd (1815-1878), Illinois State Senator 1844-1860, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1860, U.S. Minister to Prussia 1861-1865, U.S. Representative from Illinois 1867-1871. Grandfather of Norman J. Gould.[137]

The Grahams[edit]

  • James Graham, U.S. Representative, North Carolina state legislator [139]
  • William Alexander Graham, brother of James Graham, Governor of North Carolina, United States Senator, United States Secretary of the Navy [140]
    • William A. Graham, son of William Alexander Graham, state legislator and North Carolina Commissioner of Agriculture[141]
    • John Washington Graham, son of William Alexander Graham, member of the North Carolina Senate
    • Augustus Washington Graham, son of William Alexander Graham, speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives [142]
    • Walter Clark, son-in-law of William Alexander Graham, chief justice of North Carolina Supreme Court[143]
      • Alexander H. Graham, son of John Washington Graham, Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives, Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina

The Grahams of Florida[edit]

  • Ernest R. Graham (1896-1957), Florida State Senator 1937-1944, candidate for Democratic nomination for Governor of Florida 1944. Father of Daniel R. Graham.[144]
    • Daniel R. Graham (1936-), Florida State Representative 1967-1971, Florida State Senator 1970-1978, Governor of Florida 1979-1987, U.S. Senator from Florida 1987-2005, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 2000 2004 2008, candidate for 2004 Democratic nomination for President of the United States, withdrew nomination. Son of Ernest R. Graham.[145]

The Grangers[edit]

  • Gideon Granger (1767-1822), Connecticut Assemblyman, candidate for U.S. Representative from Connecticut 1798, U.S. Postmaster General 1801-1814. Father of Francis Granger.[146]
    • Francis Granger (1792-1868), New York Assemblyman 1826-1828 1830-1832, candidate for Lieutenant Governor of New York 1828, candidate for Governor of New York 1830 1832, candidate for Vice President of the United States 1836, U.S. Representative from New York 1835-1841 1841-1843, U.S. Postmaster General 1841. Son of Gideon Granger.[147]
    • Amos P. Granger (1789-1866), U.S. Representative from New York 1855-1859. Nephew of Gideon Granger.[148]

The Granholms and Mulherns[edit]

  • Jennifer Granholm (1959-), Attorney General of Michigan 1999-2003, Governor of Michigan 2003–present. Wife of Daniel G. Mulhern.[149]
  • Daniel G. Mulhern, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 2004 2008. Husband of Jennifer Granholm.[150]
  • Mary Mulhern, Tampa, Florida Councilwoman 2007–present. Sister of Daniel G. Mulhern.

The Grants[edit]

NOTE: Ulysses S. Grant was also seventh cousin of U.S. President Millard Fillmore and sixth cousin once removed of U.S. President Grover Cleveland.

The Grants and Murphys[edit]

  • Edward Murphy, Jr. (1836-1911), Mayor of Troy, New York 1875-1883; delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1880 1884 1888 1892 1896 1904; Chairman of the New York Democratic Party 1887-1894; U.S. Senator from New York 1893-1899. Father-in-law of Hugh J. Grant.[154]

The Graves[edit]

The Grays[edit]

  • William Gray (1750-1825), Massachusetts State Senator, Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts 1810-1812. Father of Frances Eally Gray.[158]
    • Frances Eally Gray (1790-1856), Massachusetts State Representative. Son of William Gray.[158]
      • Horace Gray (1828-1902), Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court 1864-1873, Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court 1873-1881, Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1881-1902. Descendant of William Gray.[159]

NOTE: Horace Gray was also son-in-law of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stanley Matthews.[160]

The Greeleys[edit]

  • Horace Greeley (1811-1872), U.S. Representative from New York 1848-1849, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1860, Republican National Committeeman 1866-1870, delegate to the New York Constitutional Convention 1867, candidate for U.S. Representative from New York 1870, candidate for President of the United States 1872. Second cousin of Wallace M. Greeley.[161]
    • Wallace M. Greeley, Mayor of Ames, Iowa 1888-1890. Second cousin of Horace Greeley.[162]
    • Horace W. Greeley, Maine State Representative 1919-1920. Fifth cousin once removed of Horace Greeley.[163]

The Greeleys of Florida and Minnesota[edit]

  • Martin Greeley (1814-1899), Minnesota State Representative 1872. Third cousin of Elam A.J. Greeley.[164]
  • Elam Greeley (1818-1882), Minnesota Territory Councilman 1852-1853, Minnesota Territory Representative 1857. Third cousin of Martin Greeley.[165]
    • J.C. Greeley, Florida State Representative 1862-1863, Mayor of Jacksonville, Florida 1873-1874; Florida State Senator 1883-1886. First cousin once removed of Martin Greeley, third cousin once removed of Elam A.J. Greeley.[166]
      • Otto E. Greeley, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1908. Grandnephew of Martin Greeley.[167]

The Greens[edit]

  • William J. Green, Jr. (1910-1963), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1945-1947 1949-1963, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1956. Father of William J. Green III.[168]
    • William J. Green III (1938-), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1964-1977, candidate for Democratic nomination for Mayor of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1971; candidate for U.S. Senate from Pennsylvania 1976; Mayor of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1980-1984. Son of William J. Green, Jr.[169]

The Greens of Massachusetts[edit]

  • Addison L. Green (1862-1942), candidate for U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 1894. Father of Marshall Green.[170]
    • Marshall Green (1916-1998), U.S. Consul General in Hong Kong, China 1961-1963; U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia 1965-1969; U.S. Ambassador to Australia 1973-1975; U.S. Ambassador to Nauru 1974-1975. Son of Addison L. Green.[171]
    • Margaret A. Green, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1936 1944, Republican National Committeewoman 1936-1937. Daughter-in-law of Addison L. Green.[172]

NOTE: Marshall Green was also son-in-law of U.S. Ambassador Edward S. Crocker II.[173]

The Greens of Missouri[edit]

The Greens, Ransoms, and Whartons[edit]

  • Jesse Wharton (1782-1833), U.S. Representative from Tennessee 1807-1809, U.S. Senator from Tennessee 1814-1815. Father-in-law of Thomas Jefferson Green.
    • Thomas Jefferson Green (1802-1863), North Carolina Assemblyman 1823, member of the Florida Legislature, Congressman of the Texas Republic, California State Senator 1850. Son-in-law of Jesse Wharton.[175]
      • Wharton J. Green (1831-1910), delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1868 1872 1876 1888, U.S. Representative from North Carolina 1883-1887. Son of Thomas Jefferson Green.[176]
      • Matt Whitaker Ransom (1826-1904), Attorney General of North Carolina 1852-1855, member of the North Carolina House of Commons 1858-1861, U.S. Senator from North Carolina 1872-1895, U.S. Minister to Mexico 1895-1897. Cousin of Wharton J. Green.[177]

The Greenes[edit]

The Greggs[edit]

  • Hugh Gregg (1917-2003), Nashua, New Hampshire Alderman 1947-1950; Mayor of Nashua, New Hampshire 1950; Governor of New Hampshire 1953-1955. Father of Judd Gregg.[178]
    • Judd Gregg (1947-), U.S. Representative from New Hampshire 1981-1989, Governor of New Hampshire 1989-1993, U.S. Senator from New Hampshire 1993–present. Son of Hugh Gregg.[179]

The Gregorys[edit]

The Grew, Lyons, Moffats, and Bennetts[edit]

NOTE: Jay Pierrepont Moffat was also great-grandnephew of New York City Mayor Seth Low,[187] nephew of Connecticut State Representative Seth Low Pierrepont,[188] brother of New York Assemblyman Abbot Low Moffat,[189] and brother-in-law of U.S. Ambassador John Campbell White.[190]

The Griffins[edit]

  • Robert P. Griffin (1923-), U.S. Representative from Michigan 1957-1966, U.S. Senator from Michigan 1966-1979, Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court 1987-1994. Father of Richard Allen Griffin.[191]
    • Richard Allen Griffin (1952-), Judge of the Michigan Court of Appeals 1989-2005, candidate for Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court 1994, Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals 2005–present. Son of Robert P. Griffin.[192]

The Griffins and Mercers[edit]

  • Cyrus Griffin (1748-1810), Virginia House Delegate 1777-1778 1786-1787, Delegate to the Continental Congress from Virginia 1778-1781 1787-1788, U.S. District Court Judge in Virginia 1789-1810. Great-grandfather of George A. Mercer.[193]
    • George A. Mercer (1835-1907), member of the Georgia legislature, delegate to the Democratic National Convention from Georgia 1892. Great-grandson of Cyrus Griffin.[194]

The Griffiths and Williams[edit]

  • Vern D. Griffith (1915-1972), Mayor of Butte, Montana 1959-1964. Father of Carol Williams.[195]
    • Carol Williams (1943-), Montana State Representative 1999-2000, Montana State Senator 2004–present. Daughter of Vern D. Griffith.[196]
    • John Patrick Williams (1937-), Montana State Representative 1967-1969, U.S. Representative from Montana 1979-1997. Husband of Carol Williams.[197]

The Grinnells[edit]

The Groesbecks[edit]

  • Charles G. Groesbeck, Michigan State Representative 1863-1864. Brother of Louis Groesbeck.[200]
  • Louis Groesbeck, Sheriff of Macomb County, Michigan 1879-1880 1883-1886. Brother of Charles G. Groesbeck.[201]
    • Alexander J. Groesbeck (1873-1953), candidate for Republican nomination for Governor of Michigan 1914 1930 1934, Attorney General of Michigan 1917-1920, Governor of Michigan 1921-1926, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1924 1944. Son of Louis Groesbeck.[202]

The Grouts[edit]

  • William W. Grout (1836-1902), Vermont State Representative 1868, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1868, Vermont State Senator 1876, U.S. Representative from Vermont 1881-1883 1885-1891. Brother of Josiah Grout.[203]
  • Josiah Grout (1841-1925), Vermont State Representative 1872-1874 1884-1888 1894, Vermont State Senator 1892, Governor of Vermont 1896-1898. Brother of William W. Grout.[204]

The Gubbruds and Rommeriams[edit]

  • Andrew J. Rommeriam (1851-1926), South Dakota State Representative 1911-1914. Grandfather of Archie M. Gubbrud.[205]
    • Archie M. Gubbrud (1910-1987), South Dakota State Representative 1951-1952, Governor of South Dakota 1961-1965, candidate for U.S. Senate from South Dakota 1968. Grandson of Andrew J. Rommeriam.[206]

The Gudgers and Langleys[edit]

  • Hezekiah A. Gudger (1849-1917), North Carolina State Representative 1873-1876, North Carolina State Senator 1885, U.S. Consul General in Panama 1897-1905, Justice of the Panama Canal Zone Supreme Court 1904-1909, Chief Justice of the Panama Canal Zone Supreme Court 1909-1914. Brother of James M. Gudger, Jr.[207]
  • James M. Gudger, Jr. (1855-1920), North Carolina State Senator 1900, North Carolina Solicitor 1901-1902, U.S. Representative from North Carolina 1903-1907 1911-1915. Brother of Hezekiah A. Gudger.[208]
    • Katherine G. Langley (1888-1948), Vice Chairman of the Kentucky Republican Committee 1920-1922, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1924, U.S. Representative from Kentucky 1927-1931. Daughter of James M. Gudger, Jr.[209]
    • John W. Langley (1868-1932), Kentucky State Representative 1886-1890, U.S. Representative from Kentucky 1907-1926. Husband of Katherine G. Langley.[210]

The Guggenheims[edit]

  • Solomon R. Guggenheim (1861-1949), delegate to the Republican National Convention 1924. Brother of Simon Guggenheim.[211]
  • Simon Guggenheim (1867-1941), U.S. Senator from Colorado 1907-1913. Brother of Solomon R. Guggenheim.[212]
    • Meyer Guggenheim (1885-1959), U.S. Ambassador to Portugal 1953-1954. Nephew of Solomon R. Guggenheim and Simon Guggenheim.[213]
    • Harry Frank Guggenheim (1890-1971), U.S. Ambassador to Cuba 1929-1933. Nephew of Solomon R. Guggenheim and Simon Guggenheim.[214]
    • V. Henry Rothschild II (1908-1991), candidate for Justice of the New York Supreme Court 1959. Nephew by marriage of Solomon R. Guggenheim.[215]

NOTE: Harry Frank Guggenheim was also grandson-in-law of U.S. Secretary of Agriculture J. Sterling Morton,[216] son-in-law of U.S. Secretary of the Navy Paul Morton,[217] and brother-in-law of Republican National Committeewoman Pauline Sabin[218] and U.S. Secretary of War Dwight F. Davis.

The Gunters[edit]

  • Thomas M. Gunter (1826-1904), U.S. Representative from Arkansas 1874-1883. Father of Julius Caldeen Gunter.[219]
    • Julius Caldeen Gunter (1858-1940), District Court Judge in Colorado 1889-1895, Judge of the Colorado Court of Appeals 1901-1905, Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court 1905-1907, Governor of Colorado 1917-1919. Son of Thomas M. Gunter.[220]

The Gurleys[edit]

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