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Aiken, William

William AikenBorn on 1806, died in 1887. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (cousin of David Wyatt Aiken), a Representative from South Carolina. Born in Charleston, S.C., January 28, 1806. Attended private schools. Was graduated from the College of [...]

Categories: A, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 32nd-congress, 33rd-congress, 34th-congress, AI, Aiken, and William.



Aiken, Wyatt

Wyatt AikenBorn on 1863, died in 1923. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (son of David Wyatt Aiken), a Representative from South Carolina. Born near Macon, Ga., December 14, 1863. Reared in Cokesbury, Abbeville (now Greenwood) County, S.C. Attended the public schools of Cokesbury and of Washington, D.C. Official court reporter for the second South Carolina judicial circuit and, later, for the eighth [...]

Categories: A, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 58th-congress, 59th-congress, 60th-congress, 61st-congress, 62nd-congress, 63rd-congress, 64th-congress, AI, Aiken, and Wyatt.



Alston, Lemuel James

Lemuel James AlstonBorn on 1760, died in 1836. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in the eastern part of Granville (now Warren) County, N.C., in 1760. Moved to South Carolina after the Revolutionary War and settled near Greens Mill, which soon became the town of Greenville. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Greenville. Member of the [...]

Categories: A, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 10th-congress, 11th-congress, AL, Alston, Lemuel, and Lemuel James.



Ashmore, Robert Thomas

Robert Thomas AshmoreBorn on 1904, died in 1989. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (cousin of John Durant Ashmore), a Representative from South Carolina. Born on a farm near Greenville, S.C., February 22, 1904. Attended the public schools [...]

Categories: A, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 83rd-congress, 84th-congress, 85th-congress, 86th-congress, 87th-congress, 88th-congress, 89th-congress, 90th-congress, AS, Ashmore, Robert, and Robert Thomas.



Barnwell, Robert

Robert BarnwellBorn on 1761, died in 1814. State: South Carolina. Member: Representative. (father of Robert Woodward Barnwell), a Delegate and a Representative from South Carolina. Born in Beaufort, S.C., December 21, 1761. Educated in the common schools and by private teachers. Volunteered for service in the Revolutionary War when sixteen years of age. Received seventeen wounds in the battle on Johns Island, S.C. Finally recovered and served as [...]

Categories: B, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 2nd-congress, BA, Barnwell, and Robert.



Bellinger, Joseph

Joseph BellingerBorn on 1773, died in 1830. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born at Bellinger Plantation in Saint Bartholomew Parish, Ashepoo, Colleton County, S.C., in 1773. Planter and owner of "Aeolian Lawn" plantation. Member of the State house of representatives 1802-1809 and of the State senate from Barnwell District 1810-1813. Elected as a Republican to the [...]

Categories: B, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 15th-congress, BE, Bellinger, and Joseph.



Benton, Lemuel

Lemuel BentonBorn on 1754, died in 1818. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (great-grandfather of George William Dargan), a Representative from South Carolina. Born in Granville County, N.C., in 1754. As a young man moved to that section of Cheraw District which is now Darlington County, S.C. Engaged as a planter and subsequently became an extensive landowner. Elected major of the Cheraw Regiment in 1777 [...]

Categories: B, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 3rd-congress, 4th-congress, 5th-congress, BE, Benton, and Lemuel.



Black, James

James BlackBorn on 1793, died in 1872. State: Pennsylvania. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Pennsylvania. Born in Newport, Perry County, Pa., March 6, 1793. Attended the common schools. Engaged in mercantile pursuits. Member of the State house of representatives in 1830 and 1831. Elected as a Jacksonian to the Twenty-fourth Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Jesse Miller and [...]

Categories: B, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 24th-congress, 28th-congress, 29th-congress, 30th-congress, 53rd-congress, 54th-congress, BL, Black, and James.



Black, James Augustus

James Augustus BlackBorn on 1793, died in 1848. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born on his father's plantation in Ninety Six District, near Abbeville, S.C., in 1793. Attended the common schools on his father's plantation. During the War of 1812 was appointed a second lieutenant in the Eighth Infantry March 12, 1812. Promoted to first lieutenant December [...]

Categories: B, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 28th-congress, 29th-congress, 30th-congress, BL, Black, and James Augustus.



Blair, James

James BlairBorn on ca.1790, died in 1834. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in the Waxhaw settlement, Lancaster County, S.C., about 1790. Engaged in planting. Sheriff of Lancaster District. Elected as a Republican to the Seventeenth Congress and served from March 4, 1821, to May 8, 1822, when he resigned. Elected as a Jacksonian to the Twenty-first through [...]

Categories: B, Missouri, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 17th-congress, 21rst-congress, 22nd-congress, 23rd-congress, 42nd-congress, BL, Blair, and James.



Blease, Coleman Livingston

Coleman Livingston BleaseBorn on 1868, died in 1942. State: South Carolina. Senate Years of Service: From 1925 to 1931. Party: Republican. Member: Senator. A Senator from South Carolina. Born near Newberry, Newberry County, S.C., October 8, 1868. [...]

Categories: B, Republican, Senator, and South Carolina. Tags: 69th-congress, 70th-congress, 71st-congress, BL, Blease, Coleman, and Coleman Livingston.



Bonham, Milledge Luke

Milledge Luke BonhamBorn on 1813, died in 1890. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born near Red Bank (now Saluda), Edgefield District, S.C., December 25, 1813. Attended private schools in Edgefield [...]

Categories: B, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 35th-congress, 36th-congress, BO, Bonham, Milledge, and Milledge Luke.



Bowen, Christopher Columbus

Christopher Columbus BowenBorn on 1832, died in 1880. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Providence, R.I., January 5, 1832. Attended the public schools. Moved to Georgia in 1850. Engaged in agricultural pursuits. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar in 1862 and commenced practice in Charleston, S.C. During the Civil War enlisted in the Confederate Army and [...]

Categories: B, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 40th-congress, 41st-congress, BO, Bowen, Christopher, and Christopher Columbus.



Boyce, William Henry

William Henry BoyceBorn on 1855, died in 1942. State: Delaware . Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Delaware. Born at Peppers Mills, near Laurel, Sussex County, Del., November 28, 1855. Attended the public schools and Laurel Academy. Was principal of the public schools at Laurel 1875-1880 and at Oxford, Md., in 1880 and 1881. Recorder of deeds for Sussex County at Georgetown 1881-1886. Studied law. Was [...]

Categories: B, Delaware, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 33rd-congress, 34th-congress, 35th-congress, 36th-congress, 68th-congress, BO, Boyce, William, and William Henry.



Boyce, William Waters

William Waters BoyceBorn on 1818, died in 1890. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Charleston, S.C., October 24, 1818. Attended South Carolina College (now the University of South Carolina) at [...]

Categories: B, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 33rd-congress, 34th-congress, 35th-congress, 36th-congress, BO, Boyce, and William Waters.



Bratton, John

John BrattonBorn on 1831, died in 1898. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Winnsboro, Fairfield County, S.C., March 7, 1831. Attended the Academy of Mount Zion Institute in Winnsboro. Was graduated from South Carolina College at Columbia in 1850 and from South Carolina Medical College at Charleston in 1853. Engaged in the practice of medicine in Winnsboro [...]

Categories: B, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 48th-congress, BR, Bratton, and John.



Brawley, William Huggins

William Huggins BrawleyBorn on 1841, died in 1916. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (cousin of John James Hemphill and great-uncle of Robert Witherspoon Hemphill), a Representative from South Carolina. Born in Chester, Chester County, [...]

Categories: B, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 52nd-congress, 53rd-congress, BR, Brawley, William, and William Huggins.



Brevard, Joseph

Joseph BrevardBorn on 1766, died in 1821. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Iredell, Iredell County, N.C., July 19, 1766. Entered the Continental Army when still a boy. Was commissioned lieutenant in the North Carolina Line in 1782 and served throughout the Revolutionary War. Moved to Camden, S.C. Sheriff of Camden District 1789-1791. Commissioner in [...]

Categories: B, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 16th-congress, BR, Brevard, and Joseph.



Brooks, Preston Smith

Preston Smith BrooksBorn on 1819, died in 1857. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Edgefield District, S.C., August 5, 1819. Attended the common schools and was graduated from South Carolina College (now the University of South Carolina) at Columbia in 1839. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar in 1845 and commenced practice in Edgefield, S.C. Member of the [...]

Categories: B, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 33rd-congress, 34th-congress, BR, Brooks, Preston, and Preston Smith.



Bryson, Joseph Raleigh

Joseph Raleigh BrysonBorn on 1893, died in 1953. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Brevard, Transylvania County, N.C., January 18, 1893. Moved, with his parents, to Greenville, Greenville County, S.C., in 1900. Attended the public schools. Was graduated from Furman University, Greenville, S.C., in 1917 and from the law department of the University of South [...]

Categories: B, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 76th-congress, 77th-congress, 78th-congress, 79th-congress, 80th-congress, 81st-congress, 82nd-congress, 83rd-congress, BR, Bryson, Joseph, and Joseph Raleigh.



Burke, Aedanus

Aedanus BurkeBorn on 1743, died in 1802. State: South Carolina. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Galway, Ireland, June 16, 1743. Attended the theological college at St. Omer, France. Visited the West Indies. Immigrated to the American Colonies and settled in Charles Town (now Charleston), S.C. Served in the militia forces of South Carolina during the Revolutionary War. Appointed a judge of the State circuit court [...]

Categories: B, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 1st-congress, Aedanus, BU, and Burke.



Cain, Richard Harvey

Richard Harvey CainBorn on 1825, died in 1887. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Greenbrier County, Va., April 12, 1825. Moved with his father to Gallipolis, Ohio, in 1831 and attended school. [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 43rd-congress, 45th-congress, CA, Cain, Richard, and Richard Harvey.



Caldwell, Patrick Calhoun

Patrick Calhoun CaldwellBorn on 1801, died in 1855. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born near Newberry, S.C., March 10, 1801. Was graduated from South Carolina College (now the University of South Carolina) at Columbia in 1820. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar in 1822 and commenced practice in South Carolina. Member of the State house of representatives [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 27th-congress, CA, Caldwell, Patrick, and Patrick Calhoun.



Calhoun, John Caldwell

John Caldwell CalhounBorn on 1782, died in 1850. State: South Carolina. Senate Years of Service: From 1832 to 1843; 1845. Party: Republican. Member: Senator. (cousin of John Ewing Colhoun and Joseph Calhoun), a Representative and a Senator from South [...]

Categories: C, Republican, Senator, and South Carolina. Tags: 12th-congress, 13th-congress, 14th-congress, 15th-congress, 22nd-congress, 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, 25th-congress, 26th-congress, 27th-congress, 29th-congress, 30th-congress, 31st-congress, CA, Calhoun, John, and John Caldwell.



Calhoun, Joseph

Joseph CalhounBorn on 1750, died in 1817. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (cousin of John Caldwell Calhoun and John Ewing Colhoun), a Representative from South Carolina. Born in Staunton, Augusta County, Va., October 22, 1750. Moved with his father to South Carolina in 1756 and settled in Granville District, on Little River, near the present town of Abbeville. Received a limited education. Engaged in [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 10th-congress, 11th-congress, CA, Calhoun, and Joseph.



Campbell, Carroll Ashmore

Carroll Ashmore Campbell Born on 1940, died in 2005. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Greenville, Greenville County, S.C., July 24, 1940. Attended the public schools of Greenville, McCallie [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 96th-congress, 97th-congress, 98th-congress, 99th-congress, CA, Campbell, Carroll, Carroll Ashmore, and Long Read.



Campbell, John

John CampbellBorn on Birthdateunknown, died in 1845. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (brother of Robert Blair Campbell), a Representative from South Carolina. Born near Brownsville, Marlboro County, S.C., birth date unknown. Was graduated from South Carolina College (now the University of South Carolina) at Columbia in 1819. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Brownsville, [...]

Categories: C, California, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 109th-congress, 110th-congress, 111th-congress, 112th-congress, 113th-congress, CA, Campbell, and John.



Campbell, John

John CampbellBorn on 1765, died in 1828. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Maryland. Born near Port Tobacco, Charles County, Md., September 11, 1765. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar and practiced. Held several local offices. Member of the State senate for three years. Elected as a Federalist to the Seventh and to the four succeeding Congresses (March 4, 1801-March 3, 1811). [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 10th-congress, 11th-congress, 21rst-congress, 25th-congress, 26th-congress, 27th-congress, 28th-congress, 7th-congress, 8th-congress, 9th-congress, CA, Campbell, and John.



Campbell, Robert Blair

Robert Blair CampbellBorn on Birthdateunknown, died in 1862. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (brother of John Campbell of South Carolina), a Representative from South Carolina. Born in Marlboro County, S.C., birth date unknown. Educated by a private tutor. Attended school in Fayetteville, N.C., and was graduated from South Carolina College (now the University of South Carolina) at Columbia in 1809. [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 18th-congress, 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, CA, Campbell, and Robert Blair.



Carpenter, Lewis Cass

Lewis Cass CarpenterBorn on 1836, died in 1908. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Putnam, Conn., February 20, 1836. Attended the public schools. Moved to New Jersey, where he taught school. Appointed State inspector of public schools in New Jersey in 1863. At an early age began writing for the press, and was connected with the New York papers for several [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 43rd-congress, CA, Carpenter, Lewis, and Lewis Cass.



Carter, John

John CarterBorn on 1792, died in 1850. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born on the Black River, near Camden, Sumter District, S.C., September 10, 1792. Was graduated from South Carolina College (now the University of South Carolina) at Columbia in 1811. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar in 1814 and commenced practice in Camden, S.C. Served as commissioner in [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, South Carolina, and Texas. Tags: 108th-congress, 109th-congress, 110th-congress, 111th-congress, 112th-congress, 113th-congress, 17th-congress, 18th-congress, 19th-congress, 20th-congress, CA, Carter, and John.



Casey, Levi

Levi CaseyBorn on ca.1752, died in 1807. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in that State about 1752. Served in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. Elected brigadier general of militia. Justice of Newberry County Court in 1785. Member of the State senate in 1781 and 1782 and 1800-1802. Member of the State house of representatives 1786-1788, [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 8th-congress, 9th-congress, CA, Casey, and Levi.



Chappell, John Joel

John Joel ChappellBorn on 1782, died in 1871. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born on Little River, near Columbia, Fairfield District, S.C., where the family was on a visit, January 19, 1782. As an infant was taken by his parents to their home on the Congaree River, Richland District, S.C. Attended the common schools and was graduated from the law department of [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 13th-congress, 14th-congress, CH, Chappell, John, and John Joel.



Cheves, Langdon

Langdon ChevesBorn on 1776, died in 1857. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Speaker of the House. A Representative from South Carolina. Born September 17, 1776, in Bulltown Fort, near Rocky River, Ninety-sixth District (now Abbeville County), S.C., where the [...]

Categories: C, Republican, South Carolina, and Speaker of the House. Tags: 11th-congress, 12th-congress, 13th-congress, CH, Cheves, and Langdon.



Clowney, William Kennedy

William Kennedy ClowneyBorn on 1797, died in 1851. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Union County, S.C., March 21, 1797. Attended private schools and an academy. Was graduated from South Carolina College at Columbia in 1818. Taught in the public schools of Unionville and in the University of South Carolina. Member of the State house of representatives [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 23rd-congress, 25th-congress, CL, Clowney, William, and William Kennedy.



Clyburn, James Enos

James Enos Clyburn Born on 1940. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (relative of George Washington Murray), a Representative from South Carolina. Born in Sumter, Sumter County, S.C., July 21, 1940. Graduated from Mather Academy, Camden, S.C., [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 103rd-congress, 104th-congress, 105th-congress, 106th-congress, 107th-congress, 108th-congress, 109th-congress, 110th-congress, 111th-congress, 112th-congress, 113th-congress, CL, Clyburn, James, James Enos, and Long Read.



Colcock, William Ferguson

William Ferguson ColcockBorn on 1804, died in 1889. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Beaufort, S.C., November 5, 1804. Attended Hulburt's School, Charleston, S.C., and was graduated from South Carolina College (now the University of South Carolina) at Columbia in 1823. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar in 1825 and commenced practice in Coosawhatchie, [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 31st-congress, 32nd-congress, CO, Colcock, William, and William Ferguson.



Corley, Manuel Simeon

Manuel Simeon CorleyBorn on 1823, died in 1902. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Lexington County, S.C., February 10, 1823. Was a student in Lexington Academy four years. Engaged in business in 1838. Opposed the first attempt at secession of South Carolina in 1852, when an effort was made to expel him from the State. Editor of the South Carolina Temperance [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 40th-congress, CO, Corley, Manuel, and Manuel Simeon.



Cothran, James Sproull

James Sproull CothranBorn on 1830, died in 1897. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born near Abbeville, Abbeville County, S.C., August 8, 1830. Attended the country schools. Graduated from the University of Georgia, Athens, Ga, 1852. Lawyer, private practice. Army, Confederate States of America. Solicitor of the eighth judicial circuit of South Carolina,1876 and [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 50th-congress, 51st-congress, CO, Cothran, James, and James Sproull.



Croft, George William

George William CroftBorn on 1846, died in 1904. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (father of Theodore Gaillard Croft), a Representative from South Carolina. Born in Newberry County, S.C., December 20, 1846. Attended the common schools in Greenville, S.C. Entered the South Carolina Military Academy at Charleston in 1863. The cadets of that institution were mustered into the Confederate Army in 1864 and [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 58th-congress, CR, Croft, George, and George William.



Croft, Theodore Gaillard

Theodore Gaillard CroftBorn on 1874, died in 1920. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (son of George William Croft), a Representative from South Carolina. Born in Aiken, Aiken County, S.C., November 26, 1874. Attended the common schools. Was graduated from Bethel Military Academy, Warrenton, Va., in 1895 and from the law department of the University of South Carolina at Columbia in 1897. Was admitted to [...]

Categories: C, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 58th-congress, CR, Croft, Theodore, and Theodore Gaillard.



Dargan, George William

George William DarganBorn on 1841, died in 1898. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (great-grandson of Lemuel Benton), a Representative from South Carolina. Born at "Sleepy Hollow," near Darlington, Darlington County, S.C., May 11, 1841. [...]

Categories: D, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 48th-congress, 49th-congress, 50th-congress, 51st-congress, DA, Dargan, George, and George William.



Davis, Mendel Jackson

Mendel Jackson Davis Born on 1942, died in 2007. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in North Charleston, Charleston County, S.C., October 23, 1942. Attended the North Charleston public schools. [...]

Categories: D, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 92nd-congress, 93rd-congress, 94th-congress, 95th-congress, 96th-congress, DA, Davis, Long Read, and Mendel Jackson.



Davis, Warren Ransom

Warren Ransom DavisBorn on 1793, died in 1835. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Columbia, S.C., May 8, 1793. Pursued preparatory studies. Was graduated from South Carolina College (now the University of South Carolina) at Columbia in 1810. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar in 1814 and practiced in Pendleton, S.C. State solicitor of the western circuit [...]

Categories: D, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 20th-congress, 21rst-congress, 22nd-congress, 23rd-congress, DA, Davis, and Warren Ransom.



De Large, Robert Carlos

Robert Carlos De LargeBorn on 1842, died in 1874. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Aiken, S.C., March 15, 1842. Received such an education as was then attainable and was graduated from Wood [...]

Categories: D, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 42nd-congress, DE, De Large, Robert, and Robert Carlos.



Demint, James W.

James W. DemintBorn on 1951. State: South Carolina. Senate Years of Service: From 2005 to 2013. Party: Republican. Member: Senator. A Senator and a Representative from South Carolina. Born in Greenville, Greenville County, S.C., September 2, 1951. Graduated [...]

Categories: D, Republican, Senator, and South Carolina. Tags: 106th-congress, 107th-congress, 108th-congress, 109th-congress, 110th-congress, 111th-congress, 112th-congress, DE, Demint, and James W.



Derrick, Butler Carson

Butler Carson Derrick Born on 1936, died in 2014. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Springfield, Hampden County, Mass., September 30, 1936. Attended the public schools in Mayesville, S.C., and [...]

Categories: D, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 100th-congress, 101st-congress, 102nd-congress, 103rd-congress, 94th-congress, 95th-congress, 96th-congress, 97th-congress, 98th-congress, 99th-congress, Butler, Butler Carson, DE, Derrick, and Long Read.



Dibble, Samuel

Samuel DibbleBorn on 1837, died in 1913. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Charleston, S.C., September 16, 1837. Pursued an academic course in Bethel, Conn., and Charleston, S.C. Attended the College [...]

Categories: D, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 47th-congress, 48th-congress, 49th-congress, 50th-congress, 51st-congress, DI, Dibble, and Samuel.



Dominick, Frederick Haskell

Frederick Haskell DominickBorn on 1877, died in 1960. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Peak, Newberry County, S.C., February 20, 1877. Attended the public schools of Columbia, Newberry (S.C.) College, South Carolina College at Columbia, and the law school of the University of Virginia at Charlottesville. Was admitted to the bar in 1898 and commenced practice [...]

Categories: D, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 65th-congress, 66th-congress, 67th-congress, 68th-congress, 69th-congress, 70th-congress, 71st-congress, 72nd-congress, DO, Dominick, and Frederick Haskell.



Dorn, William Jennings Bryan

William Jennings Bryan DornBorn on 1916, died in 2005. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born near Greenwood, Greenwood County, S.C., April 14, 1916. Attended the public schools. Engaged in [...]

Categories: D, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 80th-congress, 82nd-congress, 83rd-congress, 84th-congress, 85th-congress, 86th-congress, 87th-congress, 88th-congress, 89th-congress, 90th-congress, 91st-congress, 92nd-congress, 93rd-congress, DO, Dorn, and William Jennings Bryan.



Drayton, William

William DraytonBorn on 1776, died in 1846. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in St. Augustine, Fla., December 30, 1776. Attended preparatory schools in England. Returned to the United States in 1790 and settled in Charleston, S.C. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar December 12, 1797, and commenced practice in Charleston. Member of the State house of [...]

Categories: D, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 19th-congress, 20th-congress, 21rst-congress, 22nd-congress, DR, Drayton, and William.



Duncan, Jeff

Jeff Duncan Born on 1966. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Greenville, Greenville County, S. C., January 7, 1966. B.A., Clemson University, Clemson, S.C., 1988. Banker. Real estate broker. Member of [...]

Categories: D, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 112th-congress, 113th-congress, DU, Duncan, Jeff, and Long Read.



Earle, Elias

Elias EarleBorn on 1762, died in 1823. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (uncle of Samuel Earle and John Baylis Earle and great-grandfather of John Laurens Manning Irby and Joseph Haynsworth Earle), a Representative from South Carolina. Born in Frederick County, Va., June 19, 1762. Attended private school. Moved to Greenville County, S.C., in September 1787. Was one of the earliest ironmasters of the [...]

Categories: E, Representative, Republican, and South Carolina. Tags: 12th-congress, 13th-congress, 15th-congress, 16th-congress, 9th-congress, EA, Earle, and Elias.



Earle, John Baylis

John Baylis EarleBorn on 1766, died in 1836. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (nephew of Elias Earle and cousin of Samuel Earle), a Representative from South Carolina. Born on the North Carolina side of the North Pacolet River, near Landrum, Spartanburg County, S.C., October 23, 1766. Moved to South Carolina. Completed preparatory studies. Served as a drummer boy and soldier during the Revolutionary [...]

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Earle, Samuel

Samuel EarleBorn on 1760, died in 1833. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (nephew of Elias Earle and cousin of John Baylis Earle), a Representative from South Carolina. Born in Frederick County, Va., November 28, 1760. Moved to South Carolina in 1774. Participated in the Revolutionary War, entering the service as an ensign in 1777 and leaving as captain of a company of rangers in 1782. Member of the [...]

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Ellerbe, James Edwin

James Edwin EllerbeBorn on 1867, died in 1917. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Sellers, Marion County, S.C., January 12, 1867. Attended Pine Hill Academy and the University of South Carolina at Columbia. Was graduated from Wofford College, Spartanburg, S.C., in 1887. Engaged in agricultural pursuits. Member of the State house of representatives 1894-1896. [...]

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Elliott, Robert Brown

Robert Brown ElliottBorn on 1842, died in 1884. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in England., August 11, 1842. Attended public school in England. Journalist. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar [...]

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Elliott, William

William ElliottBorn on 1838, died in 1907. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Beaufort, Beaufort County, S.C., September 3, 1838. Attended Beaufort College and Harvard University. Studied law at the [...]

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Ervin, James

James ErvinBorn on 1778, died in 1841. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Williamsburg District, S.C., October 17, 1778. Was graduated from Rhode Island College (now Brown University), Providence, R.I., in 1797. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar in 1800 and commenced practice in Peedee, S.C. Member of the State house of representatives 1800-1804. [...]

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Evans, David Reid

David Reid EvansBorn on 1769, died in 1843. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Westminster, England, February 20, 1769. Immigrated to the United States in 1784 with his father, who settled in South Carolina. Attended Mount Zion College. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar in 1796 and commenced practice in Winnsboro. Member of the State house of [...]

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Evans, Josiah James

Josiah James EvansBorn on 1786, died in 1858. State: South Carolina. Senate Years of Service: From 1853 to 1858. Party: Republican. Member: Senator. A Senator from South Carolina. Born in Marlboro District, S.C., November 27, 1786. Graduated from South Carolina College at Columbia in 1808. Studied law. Admitted to the bar and began practice in Marlboro District in 1811. Member, State house of representatives [...]

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Evins, John Hamilton

John Hamilton EvinsBorn on 1830, died in 1884. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Spartanburg District, S.C., July 18, 1830. Attended the common schools and was graduated from South Carolina College at Columbia in 1853. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar in 1856 and commenced practice in Spartanburg, S.C. Entered the Confederate Army as a lieutenant and [...]

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Farrow, Samuel

Samuel FarrowBorn on 1759, died in 1824. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Virginia in 1759. Moved to South Carolina with his father's family, who settled in Spartanburg District in 1765. Served in the Revolutionary War. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar in 1793 and commenced practice in Spartanburg, S.C. Also engaged in agricultural pursuits near [...]

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Felder, John Myers

John Myers FelderBorn on 1782, died in 1851. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Orangeburg District, S.C., July 7, 1782. Was graduated from Yale College in 1804. Studied law in the Litchfield (Conn.) Law School. Was admitted to the bar in 1808 and commenced practice in Orangeburg, S.C. Major of drafted militia in the War of 1812. Elected a trustee of South [...]

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Finley, David Edward

David Edward FinleyBorn on 1861, died in 1917. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Trenton, Phillips County, Ark., February 28, 1861. Attended the public schools of Rock Hill and Ebenezer, S.C., and was graduated from the law department of South Carolina College (now the University of South Carolina) at Columbia in 1885. Was admitted to the bar in 1886 and [...]

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Fulmer, Hampton Pitts

Hampton Pitts FulmerBorn on 1875, died in 1944. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (husband of Willa L. Fulmer), a Representative from South Carolina. Born near Springfield, Orangeburg County, S.C., June 23, 1875. Attended the public schools [...]

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Gaillard, John

John GaillardBorn on 1765, died in 1826. State: South Carolina. Senate Years of Service: From 1804 to 1826. Party: Republican. Member: Senator. (uncle of Theodore Gaillard Hunt), a Senator from South Carolina. Born in St. Stephens District, S.C., September 5, [...]

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Gasque, Allard Henry

Allard Henry GasqueBorn on 1873, died in 1938. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (husband of Elizabeth Hawley Gasque), a Representative from South Carolina. Born on Friendfield plantation, near Hyman, Marion (now Florence) County, S.C., March 8, 1873. Attended the public schools. Worked on a farm and taught in the country schools for several years. Was graduated from the University of South Carolina at [...]

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Gettys, Thomas Smithwick

Thomas Smithwick GettysBorn on 1912, died in 2003. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Rock Hill, York County, S.C. June 19, 1912. Educated in the Rock Hill public schools. Attended Clemson College. Erskine College, A.B., 1933. Graduate work at Duke University and Winthrop College. United States Navy, 1942-1946. Teacher. School administrator, Central [...]

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Gettys, Tom

Tom Gettys State: South Carolina. Member: Representative. Bills sponsored by Tom Gettys Bills sponsored in Congress 93 hr6909-93 - A bill to amend the Federal Trade Commission Act (15 U.S.C. 41) to provide that under certain circumstances exclusive territorial arrangements shall not be deemed unlawful [...]

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Gillon, Alexander

Alexander GillonBorn on 1741, died in 1794. State: South Carolina. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Rotterdam, Holland, in 1741. Pursued an academic course. Immigrated to London, England, and engaged in commerce. In 1766 settled in Charleston and established a large business. Delegate to the Second Provincial Congress of South Carolina in 1775 and 1776. Member of the first general assembly in 1776. Was elected [...]

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Gist, Joseph

Joseph GistBorn on 1775, died in 1836. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born near the mouth of Fair Forest Creek, Union District, S.C., January 12, 1775. Moved to Charleston with his parents in 1788. Attended the common schools. Was graduated from the College of Charleston. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar in 1799 and began practice in Pinckneyville, S.C., in [...]

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Goss, James Hamilton

James Hamilton GossBorn on 1820, died in 1886. State: South Carolina. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from South Carolina. Born in Union, Union County, S.C., August 9, 1820. Attended the common schools and the Union Male Academy. Engaged in mercantile pursuits. Served with the South Carolina Militia during the Civil War. Delegate to the State constitutional convention in 1867. Upon the readmission of the [...]

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