List of United States political families (K)

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

The Kagens[edit]

  • Marv Kagen, candidate for U.S. Representative from Wisconsin 1966. Father of Steven L. Kagen.
    • Steven L. Kagen (born 1949), U.S. Representative from Wisconsin 2007–11. Son of Marv Kagen.

The Katzenbachs[edit]

  • Frank S. Katzenbach (1868–1929), Trenton, New Jersey Alderman; Mayor of Trenton, New Jersey; candidate for Governor of New Jersey 1907; Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court 1920–29. Brother of Edward L. Katenbach.[1]
  • Edward L. Katzenbach (1878–1934), Attorney General of New Jersey. Brother of Frank S. Katzenbach.[2]
  • Marie Hilson Katzenbach (1882–1970), delegate to the New Jersey Constitutional Convention 1947. Wife of Edward L. Katzenbach.[3]
    • Frank S. Katzenbach III (1907–1964), delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1940. Son of Frank S. Katzenbach.[4]
    • Nicholas Katzenbach (1922–2012), Attorney General of the United States 1965–66, U.S. Secretary of State 1966–69. Son of Edward L. Katzenbach and Marie Hilson Katzenbach.[5]

NOTE: Marie Hilson Katzenbach was also great-great-granddaughter of Trenton, New Jersey Mayor Moore Furman.[6]

The Kazens[edit]

  • Abraham Kazen (1919–1987), Texas State Representative 1947, Texas State Senator 1852, U.S. Representative from Texas 1967–85. Uncle of George P. Kazen.
    • George P. Kazen, U.S. District Court Judge in Texas. Nephew of Abraham Kazen.

The Keans[edit]

The Keatings[edit]

  • Kenneth B. Keating (1900–1975), U.S. Representative from New York 1947–59, U.S. Senator from New York 1959–65, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1960 1964, Judge of the New York Court of Appeals 1966–68, U.S. Ambassador to India 1969–72, U.S. Ambassador to Israel 1973–75. Father of Barbara A. Keating.[7]
    • Barbara A. Keating, candidate for U.S. Senate from New York 1974. Daughter of Kenneth B. Keating.[8]

The Kees[edit]

  • John Kee (1874–1951), West Virginia State Senator 1923–27, U.S. Representative from West Virginia 1933–51. Husband of Elizabeth Kee.[9]
  • Elizabeth Kee (1895–1975), U.S. Representative from West Virginia 1951–65. Wife of John Kee.[10]
    • James Kee (1917–1989), U.S. Representative from West Virginia 1965–73. Son of John Kee and Elizabeth Kee.[11]

The Keims[edit]

  • George May Keim (1805–1861), delegate to the Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention 1837 1838, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1838–43, U.S. Marshal in Pennsylvania, Mayor of Reading, Pennsylvania. Uncle of William High Keim.[12]
    • William High Keim (1813–1862), Mayor of Reading, Pennsylvania; U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1858–59, Surveyor General of Pennsylvania 1860–62. Nephew of George May Keim.[13]

The Kellys and the Townsends[edit]

The Kelseys[edit]

  • William H. Kelsey (1812–1879), Surrogate of Livingston County, New York 1840–44; District Attorney of Livingston County, New York 1850–53; U.S. Representative from New York 1855–71. Brother of Charles S. and Edwin B. Kelsey.
  • Charles S. Kelsey, Wisconsin State Senator 1862–64, Wisconsin State Assemblyman 1867 1873 1880. Brother of William H. and Edwin B. Kelsey.[17]
  • Edwin B. Kelsey (1826–1861), Wisconsin State Assemblyman 1853, Wisconsin State Senator 1855–56. Brother of William H. and Charles S. Kelsey.
    • Otto Kelsey (1852–1934), New York State Assemblyman 1894–1902, Comptroller of New York 1903–06 1909. Son of Charles S. Kelsey.[18]
    • Julia Kelsey, Postmistress of Montello, Wisconsin. Daughter of Charles S. Kelsey.

The Kemps[edit]

The Kendalls of Kentucky[edit]

  • John W. Kendall (1834–1892), Kentucky State Representative 1867–71, Commonwealth Attorney in Kentucky 1872–78, U.S. Representative from Kentucky 1891–92. Father of Joseph M. Kendall.[19]
    • Joseph M. Kendall (1863–1933), U.S. Representative from Kentucky 1892–93 1895–97. Son of John W. Kendall.[20]

The Kendalls of Massachusetts[edit]

  • Jonas Kendall (1757–1844), Massachusetts State Representative 1800–01 1803–07 1821, Massachusetts State Senator 1808–11, Massachusetts Executive Councilman 1822, U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 1819–21. Father of Joseph G. Kendall.[21]

The Kennas[edit]

  • John E. Kenna (1848–1893), Prosecuting Attorney of Kanawha County, West Virginia 1872–77; U.S. Representative from West Virginia 1877–83; U.S. Senator from West Virginia 1883–93. Father of Joseph Norris Kenna.[23]
    • Joseph Norris Kenna (1888–1950), West Virginia House Delegate 1931–32, Judge of the West Virginia Court of Appeals 1933–50. Son of John E. Kenna.[24]

The Kennedys[edit]

See Kennedy family

The Kennedys of Maryland[edit]

  • John P. Kennedy (1795–1870), Maryland House Delegate 1821–23, U.S. Representative from Maryland 1838–39 1841–45, U.S. Secretary of the Navy 1852–53. Brother of Anthony Kennedy.[25]
  • Anthony Kennedy (1810–1892), Virginia House Delegate 1839–43, candidate for U.S. Representative from Virginia 1844, Maryland House Delegate 1856, U.S. Senator from Maryland 1857–63, delegate to the Maryland Constitutional Convention 1867. Brother of John P. Kennedy.[26]

The Kennons of Louisiana[edit]

The Kennons of Ohio[edit]

  • William Kennon, Sr. (1793–1881), U.S. Representative from Ohio 1829–33 1835–37, Judge of Court of Common Pleas in Ohio 1840–47, delegate to the Ohio Constitutional Convention 1850, Judge of the Ohio Supreme Court 1854–56. Cousin of William Kennon, Jr.[30]
  • William Kennon, Jr. (1802–1867), Prosecuting Attorney of Belmont County, Ohio 1837–41; U.S. Representative from Ohio 1847–49; Judge of Court of Common Pleas in Ohio 1865–67. Cousin of William Kennon, Sr.[31]

The Kents[edit]

The Kents and Pratts[edit]

  • Joseph Kent (1779–1837), U.S. Representative from Maryland 1811–15 1819–26, Governor of Maryland 1826–29, U.S. Senator from Maryland 1833–37. Father-in-law of Thomas Pratt.
    • Thomas Pratt (1804–1869), Maryland House Delegate 1832–35, Maryland State Senator 1838–43, Governor of Maryland 1845–48, U.S. Senator from Maryland 1850–57, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1864, candidate for U.S. Senate from Maryland 1867. Son-in-law of Joseph Kent.

The Kerns[edit]

  • John W. Kern (1849–1917), Indiana State Representative 1870, Indiana State Senator 1893–97, candidate for Governor of Indiana 1900 1904, candidate for Vice President of the United States 1908, U.S. Senator from Indiana 1911–17, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1912. Husband of Araminta C. Kern.[34]
  • Araminta C. Kern (1866–1951), delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1928. Wife of John W. Kern.[35]
    • John W. Kern (1900–1971), Judge of the Indiana Superior Court 1931–34, Mayor of Indianapolis, Indiana 1935–37. Son of John W. Kern and Araminta C. Kern.[36]

The Kerns and Myers[edit]

  • John T. Myers (1927-2015), U.S. Representative from Indiana 1967–97. Father-in-law of Brian D. Kerns.[37]
    • Brian D. Kerns (born 1957), U.S. Representative from Indiana 2001–03. Son-in-law of John T. Myers.[38]

The Kerners and Cermaks[edit]

  • Otto Kerner, Sr. (1884–1952), Master in Chancer of the Cook County, Illinois Circuit Court 1915–27; Judge of the Cook County, Illinois Circuit Court 1927–31; Judge of the Illinois Appellate Court 1931–32; Attorney General of Illinois 1932–38; Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals 1939–52. Father of Otto Kerner, Jr.[39]
  • Anton J. Cermak (1872–1933), delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1924 1928 1932, candidate for U.S. Senate from Illinois 1928, Mayor of Chicago, Illinois 1931–33. Father-in-law of Otto Kerner, Jr.[40]

The Kerrs[edit]

  • John Leeds Kerr (1800–1844), U.S. Representative from Maryland 1825–29 1831–33, U.S. Senator from Maryland 1841–43. Father of John Bozman Kerr.[43]
    • John Bozman Kerr (1809–1878), Maryland House Delegate 1836–38, U.S. Representative from Maryland 1849–51, U.S. Chargé d'Affaires to Nicaragua 1851–53, Solicitor of District of Columbia Court of Claims 1864–68. Son of John Leeds Kerr.[44]

The Kerrs of North Carolina[edit]

  • John Kerr (1782–1842), U.S. Representative from Virginia 1813–15 1815–17. Cousin of Bartlett Yancey.[45]
  • Bartlett Yancey (1785–1828), U.S. Representative from North Carolina 1813–17, North Carolina State Senator 1817–27. Cousin of John Kerr.[46]
  • Thomas Settle (1789–1857), member of the North Carolina House of Commons 1816 1826–27, U.S. Representative from North Carolina 1817–21, North Carolina Superior Court Judge. First cousin by marriage of John Kerr and Bartlett Yancey.[47]
    • John Kerr, Jr. (1811–1879), candidate for Governor of North Carolina 1852, U.S. Representative from North Carolina 1853–55, North Carolina State Representative 1858 1860, North Carolina Superior Court Judge 1862–63 1874–79. Son of John Kerr.[48]
    • Thomas Settle (1831–1888), member of the North Carolina House of Commons 1854–59, delegate to the North Carolina Constitutional Convention 1865, North Carolina State Senator 1866–68, Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court 1868–71, U.S. Minister to Peru 1871, candidate for Governor of North Carolina 1876, Judge of U.S. District Court of Florida 1877. Son of Thomas Settle.[49]
    • David S. Reid (1813–1891), North Carolina State Senator 1835–42, U.S. Representative from North Carolina 1843–47, candidate for Governor of North Carolina 1848, Governor of North Carolina 1851–54, U.S. Senator from North Carolina 1854–59. Nephew of Thomas Settle.[50]
      • Thomas Settle III (1865–1919), U.S. Representative from North Carolina 1893–97, candidate for Governor of North Carolina 1912. Son of Thomas Settle.[51]
      • John H. Kerr (1873–1958), U.S. Representative from North Carolina 1923–53, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1940. Grandnephew of John Kerr.[52]

The Kerrys and Winthrops[edit]

  • Robert C. Winthrop (1809–1894), Massachusetts State Representative 1835–40, U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 1840–42 1842–50, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives 1847–49, U.S. Senator from Massachusetts 1850–51, candidate for Governor of Massachusetts 1851. Great-great-grandfather of John Kerry.[53]
    • John Kerry (born 1943), candidate for U.S. Representative from Massachusetts 1972, Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts 1983–85, U.S. Senator from Massachusetts 1985–2013, United States Secretary of State 2013–2017, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 2000 2004, candidate for President of the United States 2004. Great-great-grandson of Robert C. Winthrop.[54]

NOTE: John Kerry is also third cousin twice removed of Philippines Governor-General William Cameron Forbes[55] and is distantly related to U.S. President George W. Bush.[56] His wife, Teresa, is also widow of U.S. Senator H. John Heinz III.[57]

The Kerttulas[edit]

The Ketchams and Sheltons[edit]

The Keys[edit]

  • Philip Key (1750–1820), Maryland House Delegate 1773 1779–90 1795–96, member of the St. Mary's County, Maryland Committee of Correspondence 1774; U.S. Representative from Maryland 1791–93. Cousin of Philip Barton Key.[60]
  • Philip Barton Key (1757–1815), Maryland House Delegate 1794–99, U.S. Representative from Maryland 1807–13. Cousin of Philip Key.[61]
    • Francis Scott Key (1779–1843), U.S. Attorney of the District of Columbia 1833–41. Nephew of Philip Barton Key.[62]
    • Roger B. Taney (1777–1864), Maryland House Delegate 1799–1800, Maryland State Senator 1816–21, Attorney General of Maryland 1827–31, Attorney General of the United States 1831–33, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury 1833–34, Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1836–64. Nephew by marriage of Philip Barton Key.[63]
      • Philip Barton Key II (1818–1859), U.S. Attorney of the District of Columbia 1853–59. Son of Francis Scott Key.[64]
      • George H. Pendleton (1825–1889), Ohio State Senator 1857–55, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1854–65, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1864, candidate for Vice President of the United States 1864, candidate for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States 1868, candidate for Governor of Ohio 1869, U.S. Senator from Ohio 1879–85, U.S. Minister to Germany 1885–89. Son-in-law of Francis Scott Key.[65]
        • Barnes Compton (1830–1898), Maryland House Delegate 1860–61, Maryland State Senator 1867–68 1870 1872, Treasurer of Maryland 1874–85, U.S. Representative from Maryland 1885–90 1891–94. Great-grandson of Philip Key.[66]

NOTE: Francis Scott Key was also brother-in-law of U.S. Representative Joseph Hopper Nicholson.[67] George H. Pendleton was also son of U.S. Representative Nathanael Greene Pendleton.[68]

The Keyes[edit]

  • Henry Keyes (1810–1870), delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1860. Father of Henry W. Keyes.[69]
    • Henry W. Keyes (1863–1938), New Hampshire State Representative 1891–95 1915–17, New Hampshire State Senator 1903–04, Governor of New Hampshire 1917–19, U.S. Senator from New Hampshire 1919–37. Son of Henry Keyes.[70]

The Keysers[edit]

  • Frank Ray Keyser, Sr., (1898–2001), Vermont State Representative 1937–39, Superior Court Judge in Vermont 1956–64, Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court 1964–75. Father of F. Ray Keyser, Jr.[71]

The Kibbeys[edit]

  • John F. Kibbey, County Judge in Indiana, Attorney General of Indiana 1862. Father of Joseph H. Kibbey.[73]
    • Joseph H. Kibbey (1853–1924), Justice of the Arizona Territory Supreme Court 1889, Arizona Territory Councilman 1902, Attorney General of Arizona Territory 1904, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1904, Governor of Arizona Territory 1905–09, candidate for U.S. Senate from Arizona 1916. Son of John F. Kibbey.[74]

NOTE: Joseph H. Kibbey was also son-in-law of Dakota Territory Governor John A. Burbank.[75]

The Kidders[edit]

See Kidder Family

The Kilbournes[edit]

  • James Kilbourne (1770–1850), U.S. Representative from Ohio 1813–17, Ohio State Representative 1823–24 1838–39. Father of Byron Kilbourn.

The Kilburns[edit]

  • Frederick D. Kilburn, New York State Senator 1894–95. Father of Clarence E. Kilburn.[76]

The Kilpatricks[edit]

The Kimballs[edit]

The Kings[edit]

  • Henry King (1790–1861), Pennsylvania State Senator 1826–28 1830–32, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1831–35. Brother of Thomas Butler King.[82]
  • Thomas Butler King (1800–1864), Georgia State Senator 1833–35 1837 1859, U.S. Representative from Georgia 1839–43 1845–50, Collector of the Port of San Francisco 1850–52, candidate for U.S. Senate from California, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1860. Brother of Henry King.[83]
    • John Floyd King (1842–1915), U.S. Representative from Louisiana 1879–87. Son of Thomas Butler King.[84]

The Kings of Massachusetts[edit]

  • Edward J. King (1925–2006), Governor of Massachusetts 1979–83. Brother of Paul King.
  • Paul King, Massachusetts State Court Judge. Brother of Edward J. King.

The Kings of Massachusetts and New York[edit]

See King political family

The Kings of New Mexico[edit]

  • Bruce King (1924-2009), New Mexico State Representative 1959, delegate to the New Mexico Constitutional Convention 1969, Governor of New Mexico 1971–75 1979–83 1991–95, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1980. Father of Gary King.[85]
    • Gary King, member of the New Mexico Legislature, candidate for U.S. Representative from New Mexico 2004, Attorney General of New Mexico 2007–2015. Son of Bruce King.

The Kings of Utah[edit]

  • William H. King (1863–1949), member of the Utah Territory Legislature, Utah Territory Councilman 1891, Justice of the Utah Supreme Court 1894–96, U.S. Representative from Utah 1897–99 1900–01, candidate for U.S. Representative from Utah 1902, U.S. Senator from Utah 1917–41. Father of David S. King.[86]
    • David S. King (1917-2009), U.S. Representative from Utah 1959–63 1965–67, candidate for U.S. Senate from Utah 1962, U.S. Ambassador to Malagasy Republic 1967–69, U.S. Ambassador to Mauritius 1968–69. Son of William H. King.[87]

The Kirks[edit]

  • Paul Grattan Kirk, Sr. (1904–1982), Judge of the Massachusetts Superior Court 1937–60, Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court 1960–70. Father of Paul G. Kirk.[88]
    • Paul G. Kirk (born 1938), Chairman of the Democratic National Committee 1985–89, superdelegate to the Democratic National Convention 2008, U.S. Senator from Massachusetts 2009–10. Son of Paul Grattan Kirk, Sr.[89]

The Kirks and Crenshaws[edit]

The Kirkpatricks[edit]

  • William Sebring Kirkpatrick (1844–1932), Solicitor of Easton, Pennsylvania 1866–74; Judge in Pennsylvania; delegate to the Pennsylvania Republican Convention 1882; delegate to the Republican National Convention 1884; Attorney General of Pennsylvania 1887–91; candidate for U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1894; U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1897–99. Father of William Huntington Kirkpatrick.[92]
    • William Huntington Kirkpatrick (1885–1970), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania 1921–23, U.S. District Court Judge in Pennsylvania 1927–58. Son of William Sebring Kirkpatrick.[93]

The Kirkpatricks and the Futrells of Louisiana[edit]

The Kitchins[edit]

The Kitteras and Conrads[edit]

The Kloebs and Le Blonds[edit]

The Klutznicks and Saltzmans[edit]

  • Philip M. Klutznick (1907–1999), U.S. Secretary of Commerce 1980–81. Father of Bettylu Saltzman.[106]
    • Bettylu Saltzman, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1980. Daughter of Philip M. Klutznick.[107]

The Knapps[edit]

The Knights[edit]

  • Nehemiah Knight (1746–1808), Rhode Island Assemblyman 1783 1787, Sheriff of Providence County, Rhode Island 1787; U.S. Representative from Rhode Island 1803–08. Father of Nehemiah R. Knight.[110]
    • Nehemiah R. Knight (1780–1854), Clerk of Rhode Island Court of Common Pleas 1805–11, Clerk of Rhode Island Circuit Court 1812–17, Collector of Customs of Rhode Island 1812–17, Governor of Rhode Island 1817–21, U.S. Senator from Rhode Island 1821–41. Son of Nehemiah Knight.[111]

The Knights and Milners[edit]

  • John B. Milner, Judge in Provo, Utah. Grandfather of Goodwin Knight.
    • Goodwin Knight (1896–1970), Superior Court Judge in California 1935–46, Lieutenant Governor of California 1947–53, Governor of California 1953–59, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1956 1960, candidate for U.S. Senate from California 1958. Grandson of John B. Milner.

The Knollenbergs[edit]

The Knous[edit]

  • William Lee Knous (1889–1959), Colorado State Senator 1930–37, Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court 1937–46, Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court 1946–47, Governor of Colorado 1947–50, Judge of U.S. District Court of Colorado 1950. Father of Robert Lee Knous.[112]
    • Robert Lee Knous (1917–2000), Colorado State Senator 1953–57, Lieutenant Governor of Colorado 1959–67, candidate for Governor of Colorado 1966. Son of William Lee Knous.[113]

The Knowlands[edit]

  • Joseph R. Knowland (1873–1966), California Assemblyman 1899–1903, California State Senator 1903–04, U.S. Representative from California 1904–15, candidate for U.S. Senate from California 1914. Father of William F. Knowland.[114]
    • William F. Knowland (1908–1974), California Assemblyman 1933–35, California State Senator 1935–39, Chairman of the Republican National Committee 1940–42, U.S. Senator from California 1945–59. Son of Joseph R. Knowland.[115]

The Knowles[edit]

  • Warren P. Knowles (1908–1993), Wisconsin State Senator 1941–55, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1948 1956 1960 1964 1972, Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin 1955–59 1961–63, candidate for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate from Wisconsin 1957, Governor of Wisconsin 1965–71. Brother of Robert P. Knowles.[116]
  • Robert P. Knowles (1916–1985), Wisconsin State Senator 1955–75, delegate to the Republican National Convention 1972. Brother of Warren P. Knowles.[117]

The Kohlers[edit]

  • John Michael Kohler (1844–1900), Mayor of Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Father of Walter J. Kohler, Sr.
    • Walter J. Kohler, Sr. (1875–1940), Governor of Wisconsin 1929–31. Father of Walter J. Kohler, Jr.[118]
      • Walter J. Kohler, Jr. (1904–1976), Governor of Wisconsin 1951–57, candidate for U.S. Senate from Wisconsin 1957. Son of Walter J. Kohler, Sr.[119]
        • Terry Jodok Kohler (1934-2016), candidate for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate from Wisconsin 1980, candidate for Governor of Wisconsin 1982, Republican National Committeeman 2002–present, delegate to the Republican National Convention 2004. Son of Walter J. Kohler, Jr.[120]

The Kuciniches[edit]

  • Dennis Kucinich (born 1946), candidate for Cleveland, Ohio Councilman 1967; Cleveland, Ohio Councilman 1969–73 1983; Cleveland, Ohio Clerk of Courts 1975; Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio 1977–79; Ohio State Senator 1995–96; U.S. Representative from Ohio 1997–2013; delegate to the Democratic National Convention 2000 2004 2008; candidate for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States 2004 2008. Brother of Gary Kucinich.[121]
  • Gary Kucinich, Cleveland, Ohio Councilman; candidate for Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio 1985. Brother of Dennis Kucinich.[122]

The Kvales[edit]

  • Ole J. Kvale (1869–1929), candidate for U.S. Representative from Minnesota 1920, U.S. Representative from Minnesota 1923–29. Father of Paul J. Kvale.[123]
    • Paul John Kvale (1896–1960), U.S. Representative from Minnesota 1929–39. Son of Ole J. Kvale.[124]

The Kyls[edit]

  • John Henry Kyl (1919–2002), U.S. Representative from Iowa 1959–65 1967–73. Father of Jon Kyl.[125]
    • Jon Kyl (born 1942), U.S. Representative from Arizona 1987–95, U.S. Senator from Arizona 1995–2013. Son of John Henry Kyl.[126]

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