List of United States political families (E)

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

The Eagles and Oldhams[edit]

  • James Philip Eagle (1837–1904), Governor of Arkansas 1889–93. Brother-in-law of William Kavanaugh Oldham.[1]
  • William Kavanaugh Oldham (1865–1938), Arkansas State Representative 1907, Arkansas State Senator 1911–13, Governor of Arkansas 1913. Brother-in-law of James Philip Eagle.[2]

The Eagletons[edit]

  • Mark D. Eagleton, candidate for Mayor of St. Louis, Missouri 1953. Father of Thomas Eagleton.[3]
    • Thomas Eagleton (1929–2007), Circuit Attorney of St. Louis, Missouri; Attorney General of Missouri 1961–65; Lieutenant Governor of Missouri 1965–68; U.S. Senator from Missouri 1968–87; candidate for Vice President of the United States 1972, withdrew nomination. Son of Mark D. Eagleton.[4]

The Earles[edit]

  • Elias Earle (1762–1823), South Carolina State Representative 1794–97, South Carolina State Senator 1800, U.S. Representative from South Carolina 1805–07 1811–15. Uncle of Samuel Earle and John Baylis Earle.[5]
    • Samuel Earle (1760–1833), South Carolina State Representative 1784–88, delegate to the South Carolina Constitutional Convention 1788 1790, U.S. Representative from South Carolina 1795–97. Nephew of Elias Earle.[6]
    • John Baylis Earle (1766–1863), U.S. Representative from South Carolina 1803–05. Nephew of Elias Earle.[7]
      • Joseph H. Earle (1847–1897), South Carolina State Court Judge, U.S. Senator from South Carolina 1897. Great-grandson of Elias Earle.[8]
      • John L.M. Irby (1854–1900), member of the South Carolina Legislature, U.S. Senator from South Carolina 1891–97. Great-grandson of Elias Earle.[9]

NOTE: Joseph H. Earle was also nephew of U.S. Representative William L. Yancey.[10]

The Earles of Pennsylvania[edit]

The Earlls[edit]

The Eastmans[edit]

  • Nehemiah Eastman (1782–1856), New Hampshire State Representative 1813, New Hampshire State Senator 1820–25, U.S. Representative from New Hampshire 1825–27. Uncle of Ira Allen Eastman.[15]
    • Ira Allen Eastman (1809–1881), New Hampshire State Representative 1836–38, U.S. Representative from New Hampshire 1839–43, Judge of the New Hampshire Court of Common Pleas 1844–49, Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court 1849–55, Judge of the New Hampshire Superior Court 1855–59, candidate for Governor of New Hampshire 1863, candidate for U.S. Senate from New Hampshire 1866. Nephew of Nehemiah Eastman.[16]

The Eastons[edit]

  • Nicholas Easton (1593–1675), President of Rhode Island Colony 1650–51 1654, Deputy Governor of Rhode Island Colony 1666–69 1670–71, Governor of Rhode Island Colony 1672–74. Father of John Easton.
    • John Easton (1624–1705), Attorney General of Newport and Portsmouth, Attorney General of Rhode Island Colony 1656–74, Deputy Governor of Rhode Island Colony 1674–76, Rhode Island Colony Assemblyman, Governor of Rhode Island 1690–95. Son of Nicholas Easton.[17]

The Eatons[edit]

The Eckhardts and Klebergs[edit]

  • Rudolph Kleberg (1847–1924), Prosecuting Attorney of De Witt County, Texas 1876–90; Texas State Senator 1882–86; U.S. Attorney in Texas; U.S. Representative from Texas 1896–1903. Uncle of Richard Kleberg, Sr.[20]
    • Richard Kleberg, Sr. (1887–1955), U.S. Representative from Texas 1931–45. Nephew of Rudolph Kleberg.[21]
      • Robert C. Eckhardt (1913–2001), Texas State Representative 1958–66, U.S. Representative from Texas 1967–81. Grandnephew of Rudolph Kleberg.[22]

NOTE: Robert C. Eckhardt was also nephew of U.S. Representative Harry Wurzbach.[23]

The Edgertons[edit]

The Edgertons and Sanders[edit]

  • Wilbur F. Sanders (1834–1905), candidate for U.S. Congressional Delegate from Montana Territory 1864 1867 1880 1886, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1868, Montana Territory Representative 1873–79, U.S. Senator from Montana 1890–93. Uncle of Sidney Edgerton.[26]
    • Sidney Edgerton (1818–1900), U.S. Representative from Ohio 1859–63, Justice of the Idaho Territory Supreme Court 1863, Governor of Montana Territory 1864–65. Nephew of Wilbur F. Sanders.[27]

The Edmonds[edit]

  • Franklin Spencer Edmonds, Pennsylvania State Representative 1921–26, Pennsylvania State Senator 1939. Brother of George W. Edmonds.[28]
  • George W. Edmonds (1864–1939), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1913–25 1933–35. Brother of Franklin Spencer Edmonds.[29]

The Edmondsons[edit]

The Edwards[edit]

  • William D. Edwards (1853–1916), New Jersey State Senator 1887–89. Brother of Edward I. Edwards.[34]
  • Edward I. Edwards (1863–1931), Comptroller of New Jersey 1911–17, New Jersey State Senator 1919, Governor of New Jersey 1920–23, candidate for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States 1920, U.S. Senator from New Jersey 1923–29, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1928. Brother of William D. Edwards.[35]

The Edwards and Leonards[edit]

The Edwards, Lincolns, and Porters[edit]

See Edwards-Lincoln-Porter family

The Egans[edit]

  • William Allen Egan (1914–1984), Mayor of Valdez, Alaska ca. 1946, Alaska Territorial Representative 1941–45 1947–53, Speaker of Alaska Territorial House 1951–53, Alaska Territorial Senator 1953–57, President of Alaska's Constitutional Convention 1955–56, non-voting "Tennessee Plan" United States Senator from Alaska 1957–59, Governor of Alaska 1959–66 1970–74. Father of Dennis Egan
    • Dennis Egan (born 1947), City and Borough of Juneau, Alaska Assembly (city council) 1989–95, Mayor of Juneau 1995–2000, Alaska State Senator 2009-. Son of William Allen Egan

The Eisenhowers[edit]

The Elams[edit]

  • James M. Elam (1796–1856), candidate for U.S. Representative from Louisiana 1843. Father of James Essex Elam.[42]

The Elberts and Evans[edit]

  • John Evans (1814–1897), Governor of Colorado Territory 1862–65, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1868. Father-in-law of Samuel Hitt Elbert.[44]
    • Samuel Hitt Elbert (1833–1899), member of the Nebraska Territory Legislature 1860, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1860 1884, Secretary of Colorado Territory 1862–66, member of the Colorado Territory Legislature 1869, Governor of Colorado Territory 1873–74, Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court 1877–88. Son-in-law of John Evans.[45]

The Eliots[edit]

  • Samuel Atkins Eliot (1798–1862), Massachusetts State Representative 1834–37, Mayor of Boston, Massachusetts 1834–37; Massachusetts State Senator 1843–44; U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 1850–51. Great-grandfather of Thomas H. Eliot.[46]
    • Thomas H. Eliot (1907–1991), candidate for U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 1938, U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 1941–43. Great-grandson of Samuel Atkins Eliot.[47]

The Ellerys and Danas[edit]

  • William Ellery (1727–1820), signer of the Declaration of Independence as a representative of Rhode Island; member of the Continental Congress[48]
    • Christopher Ellery (1768–1840), U.S. Senator from Rhode Island 1801–05. Nephew of William Ellery.[49]
    • Francis Dana, member of the Continental Congress; signer of the Articles of Confederation; son-in-law of William Ellery.[50]
        • Richard Henry Dana, Jr., served as United States District Attorney during the Civil War; grandson of Francis Dana and great-grandson of William Ellery.

NOTE: Franics Dana was also son of Boston, Massachusetts Magistrate Richard Dana.

The Elliotts[edit]

  • John B. Elliott (1878–1967), delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1920 1924 1932, candidate for U.S. Senate from California 1926. Father of John C. Elliott.[51]
    • John C. Elliott (1919–2001), Governor of American Samoa 1952. Son of John B. Elliott.[52]

The Ellsworths[edit]

  • Oliver Ellsworth (1745–1807), U.S. Senator from Connecticut 1789–96, Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1796–1800. Father of William W. Ellsworth.[53]
    • William W. Ellsworth (1791–1868), U.S. Representative from Connecticut 1829–34, Governor of Connecticut 1838–42, Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court 1847–61. Son of Oliver Ellsworth.[54]
  • James Ellsworth, Idaho State Senator 1963–77 and President Pro Tem Pore 1969–77, Nicknamed "Bull Ellsworth" as the leader of cattleman Senator regarded as "Serlion Row"
    • Matthew Ellsworth (born 1976), Chief of Staff to Lieutenant Governor Jim Risch of Idaho 2007–present, Deputy Chief of Staff to Governor Risch 2006, Senior Regional Director to United States Senator Mike Crapo of Idaho 1999–2005, Grandson to James Ellsworth

NOTE: Oliver Ellsworth was also grandnephew by marriage of Connecticut Colony Governor Roger Griswold.[55] William W. Ellsworth was also first cousin twice removed of Continental Congressional Delegate Oliver Wolcott,[56] second cousin once removed of U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Oliver Wolcott, Jr.[57] and U.S. Representative Roger Griswold,[58] second cousin twice removed of Connecticut Colony Governor William Pitkin,[59] and third cousin once removed of U.S. Representative Matthew Griswold.[60]

The Elmers[edit]

  • Jonathan Elmer (1745–1817), Delegate to the Continental Congress from New Jersey 1777–78 1881–83 1787–88, U.S. Senator from New Jersey 1789–91. Brother of Ebenezer Elmer.[61]
  • Ebenezer Elmer (1752–1843), New Jersey Assemblyman 1789–95, U.S. Representative from New Jersey 1801–07, New Jersey State Senator 1807, Collector of Customs of Bridgeton, New Jersey 1808–17 1822–32. Brother of Jonathan Elmer.[62]
    • Lucius Elmer (1793–1883), New Jersey Assemblyman 1820–23, Prosecuting Attorney of New Jersey 1824, Prosecutor of Pleas of Cumberland County, New Jersey 1824; U.S. Attorney of New Jersey 1824–29; U.S. Representative from New Jersey 1843–45; Attorney General of New Jersey 1850–52; Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court 1852–69. Son of Ebenezer Elmer.[63]

The Elys[edit]

  • Addison Ely, candidate for U.S. Representative from New Jersey 1896. Father of William H.J. Ely.[64]
    • William H.J. Ely, District Court Judge in New Jersey 1924–29, New Jersey State Senator 1932–34, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1940, candidate for U.S. Senate from New Jersey 1938. Son of Addison Ely.[65]
    • Joseph B. Ely (1881–1956), delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1924 1928 1932 1940 1944, Governor of Massachusetts 1931–35. Cousin of William H.J. Ely.[66]

The Emersons[edit]

  • Allan Emerson, Illinois State Representative 1838–41. Grandfather of Louis L. Emmerson.[67]
    • Louis L. Emmerson (1863–1941), Illinois Republican Committeeman 1910, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1912 1920 1924 1932 1936 1940, Illinois Secretary of States 1917–29, Governor of Illinois 1929–33. Grandson of Allan Emerson.[68]

The Emersons of New York[edit]

  • Louis W. Emerson (1857–1924), delegate to the Republican National Convention 1888 1892 1896 1912 1916 1924, New York State Senator 1890–93, U.S. Representative from New York 1899–1903. Brother of James A. Emerson.[69]
  • James A. Emerson (1865–1922), New York State Senator 1907–18. Brother of Louis W. Emerson.[70]

The Emersons and Hermanns[edit]

  • Ab Hermann, Executive Director of the Republican National Committee. Father of Jo Ann Emerson.

The Endicotts[edit]

  • John Endecott (1588–1665), Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony 1629–30 1644 1649 1651–53 1655–64. Ancestor of William Crowninshield Endicott and Endicott Peabody.
    • William Crowninshield Endicott (1826–1900), candidate for U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 1879, Justice of Massachusetts Supreme Court 1879–82, candidate for Governor of Massachusetts 1884, U.S. Secretary of War 1885–89. Descendant of John Endecott.
      • Endicott Peabody (1920–1997), Governor of Massachusetts 1963–65, candidate for U.S. Senate from Massachusetts 1966, candidate for Democratic nomination for Vice President of the United States 1972. First cousin three times removed of William Crowninshield Endicott. His grandfather Endicott Peabody was the founder of Groton School.

The Engels[edit]

  • Albert J. Engel (1888–1959), Michigan State Senator 1921–22 1927–32, U.S. Representative from Michigan 1935–51. Father of Albert J. Engel, Jr..
    • Albert J. Engel, Jr. (born 1924), Judge in Michigan, U.S. District Court Judge in Michigan, Judge of U.S. Court of Appeals 1974–88, Chief Judge of U.S. Court of Appeals 1988–89. Son of Albert J. Engel.[73]

The Englebrights[edit]

The Englers[edit]

  • Mathias J. Engler, candidate for Republican nomination for Michigan State Representative 1968. Father of John Engler.[76]
    • John Engler (born 1948), Michigan State Representative 1971–78, Michigan State Senator 1979–90, Governor of Michigan 1991–2003, delegate to the Republican National Convention 2000. Son of Mathias J. Engler[77]
    • Collen Engler (born 1952), Michigan State Representative 1974–76 1983–86, candidate for Republican nomination for Governor of Michigan 1986, candidate for Lieutenant Governor 1986. Ex-wife of John Engler.[78]

The Englishes[edit]

  • Elisha Gale English (1797–1874), Indiana State Representative 1832–34 1839–40 1842–43, Indiana State Senator 1845–51 1865–67. Father of William Hayden English.[79]
    • William Hayden English (1822–1896), Secretary of the Indiana Constitutional Convention 1850, Indiana State Representative 1851–52, U.S. Representative from Indiana 1853–61, candidate for Vice President of the United States 1880. Son of Elisha Gale English.[80]
      • William E. English (1850–1926), Indiana State Representative 1880, U.S. Representative from Indiana 1884–85, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1892 1896, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1912, Indiana State Senator 1917–25. Son of William Hayden English.[81]

The Engstroms[edit]

  • Elton Egedeous Engstrom, Sr. (1905–1963), Mayor of Douglas, Alaska 1943–44, Alaska Territory Senator 1951–55 1957–59, Alaska State Senator 1961–63. Husband of Thelma Engstrom. Father of Elton Engstrom, Jr. and Allan Engstrom
  • Thelma Catherine (Wait) Engstrom (1905–1957), Alaska Territory Representative 1947–49, candidate for Alaska Territory Senator 1948. Wife of Elton Engstrom, Sr. Mother of Elton Engstrom, Jr. and Allan Engstrom
    • Elton Egedeous Engstrom, Jr. (1935-2013), Alaska State Representative 1965–67, Alaska State Senator 1967–71. Son of Elton Engstrom, Sr. and Thelma Engstrom. Brother of Allan Engstrom. Father of Cathy Muñoz
    • Allan Engstrom, City and Borough of Juneau, Alaska Charter Commission 1970, Juneau Assembly (city council) 1972–73. Son of Elton Engstrom, Sr. and Thelma Engstrom. Brother of Elton Engstrom, Jr.
      • Catherine Nora (Engstrom) Muñoz (born 1964), Juneau Assembly 1995–2001, candidate for Alaska State Senator 2002, Alaska State Representative 2009-2017. Daughter of Elton Engstrom, Jr.

The Epes and Olivers[edit]

The Erdmans[edit]

The Ervins[edit]

  • Samuel J. Ervin, Jr. (1896–1985), member of the North Carolina House of Representatives, 1923, 1925, 1931, Judge of the Burke County, North Carolina Criminal Court, 1935–37; Judge of the North Carolina Superior Court, 1937–43; U.S. Representative from North Carolina, 1946–47; Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court, 1948–54; U.S. Senator from North Carolina, 1954–74. Brother of Joseph Wilson Ervin.[87]
    • Samuel James Ervin III, North Carolina State Representative 1965–67, North Carolina Superior Court judge, U.S. Court of Appeals judge. Son of Sam Ervin, Jr.[88]
  • Joseph Wilson Ervin (1901–1945), U.S. Representative from North Carolina 1945. Brother of Samuel J. Ervin, Jr.[89]

NOTE: Samuel J. Ervin, Jr.'s daughter, Laura Powe, was also daughter-in-law of U.S. Representative Hallett S. Ward.[90]

The Esteys and Fullers[edit]

  • Jacob Estey (1814–1890), Vermont State Representative 1869–70, Vermont State Senator 1872, candidate for Governor of Vermont 1876. Father-in-law of Levi K. Fuller.[91]
    • Levi K. Fuller (1841–1896), Lieutenant Governor of Vermont 1886–88, Governor of Vermont 1892–94. Son-in-law of Jacob Estey.[92]

The Eustis and Bohlens[edit]

  • George Eustis Jr. (1828–1872), U.S. Representative from Louisiana 1855–59. Brother of James B. Eustis.[93]
  • James B. Eustis (1834–1887), Louisiana State Representative 1865 1872, Louisiana State Senator 1874–78, U.S. Senator from Louisiana 1876–79 1885–91, U.S. Ambassador to France 1893–97. Brother of George Eustis Jr.[94]
    • Charles Bohlen (1904–1974), U.S. Ambassador to Russia 1953–57, U.S. Ambassador to Philippines 1957–59, U.S. Ambassador to France 1962–68, acting U.S. Secretary of State 1969. Grandson of James B. Eustis.[95]

NOTE: Charles Bohlen was also brother-in-law of U.S. Consul General Charles W. Thayer.[97]

The Evans and Garys[edit]

  • Martin Witherspoon Gary (1831–1881), South Carolina State Representative, South Carolina State Senator 1877–81. Uncle of John Gary Evans.
    • John Gary Evans (1863–1942), South Carolina State Representative 1889–92, South Carolina State Senator 1893–94, Governor of South Carolina 1894–97, delegate to the South Carolina Constitutional Convention 1895, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1896 1900 1912 1916, Chairman of the South Carolina Democratic Party 1912–16, Democratic National Committeeman 1918–20. Nephew of Martin Witherspoon Gary.[98]

The Everetts[edit]

NOTE: Charles Francis Adams was also connected to the Adams family.[103]

The Everharts[edit]

The Evertsons and Smiths[edit]

The Evins[edit]

  • J. Edgar Evins, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1940 1944. Father of Joseph Landon Evins.[111]
    • Joseph Landon Evins (1910–1984), U.S. Representative from Tennessee 1947–77, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1948 1956 1960 1964 1968. Son of J. Edgar Evins.[112]

The Ewbanks and Halls[edit]

  • John H. Hall (1854–1937), Oregon State Representative 1891–92, U.S. Attorney in Oregon 1897–1904. Second cousin of Lewis Blasdel Ewbank.[113]
  • Lewis Blasdel Ewbank (1864–1953), Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court 1920–26. Second cousin of John H. Hall.[114]
    • John Hubert Hall (1899–1970), Oregon State Representative, Governor of Oregon 1947–49, District Court Judge in Oregon. Son of John H. Hall.[115]

The Ewings[edit]

  • Thomas Ewing (1789–1871), U.S. Senator from Ohio 1831–37 1850–51, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury 1841, U.S. Secretary of the Interior 1849–50. Father of Thomas Ewing, Jr.[116]
    • Thomas Ewing, Jr. (1829–1896), Chief Justice of the Kansas Supreme Court 1861–62, delegate to the Ohio Constitutional Convention 1873–74, U.S. Representative from Ohio 1877–81, candidate for Governor of Ohio 1879. Son of Thomas Ewing.[117]

The Ewings of Tennessee[edit]

  • Edwin Hickman Ewing (1809–1902), Tennessee State Representative 1841–42, U.S. Representative from Tennessee 1845–47. Brother of Andrew Ewing.[118]
  • Andrew Ewing (1813–1864), U.S. Representative from Tennessee 1849–51, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1860. Brother of Edwin Hickman Ewing.[119]

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