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The 24th U.S. Congress first met in Washington, D.C. on March 4, 1835 and it ended on March 4, 1837. It was a meeting of the United States Congress, composed by the House of Representatives and the Senate, as the primary organ of the Legislative Branch.

 

Adams, John

John AdamsBorn on 1778, died in 1854. State: New York. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from New York. Born in Oak Hill, town of Durham, Greene County, N.Y., August 26, 1778. Attended the common schools. Taught school in Durham. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar in 1805 and commenced practice in Durham. Appointed surrogate of Greene County by Governor Tompkins in 1810. Member of the State assembly, [...]

Categories: A, Massachusetts, New York, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 10th-congress, 14th-congress, 22nd-congress, 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, 25th-congress, 26th-congress, 27th-congress, 28th-congress, 29th-congress, 30th-congress, 48th-congress, 49th-congress, 8th-congress, 9th-congress, AD, Adams, and John.



Adams, John Quincy

John Quincy AdamsBorn on 1767, died in 1848. State: Massachusetts. Senate Years of Service: From 1803 to 1808. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (son of John Adams, father of Charles Francis Adams, brother-in-law of William Stephens Smith), a Senator [...]

Categories: A, Massachusetts, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 10th-congress, 22nd-congress, 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, 25th-congress, 26th-congress, 27th-congress, 28th-congress, 29th-congress, 30th-congress, 8th-congress, 9th-congress, AD, Adams, and John Quincy.



Alford, Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar AlfordBorn on 1799, died in 1863. State: Georgia. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Georgia. Born in Greensboro, Ga., May 10, 1799. Attendedthe common schools. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Lagrange, Ga. Also engaged in planting. Member of the State house of representatives. Commanded a company in theCreek War of 1836. Elected as an Anti-Jacksonian [...]

Categories: A, Georgia, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 24th-congress, 26th-congress, 27th-congress, AL, Alford, Julius, and Julius Caesar.



Allan, Chilton

Chilton AllanBorn on 1786, died in 1858. State: Kentucky. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Kentucky. Born in Albemarle County, Va., April 6, 1786. Moved with his mother to Winchester, Clark County, Ky., in 1797. Attended the common schools, and also received private instructions. Served an apprenticeship of three years as a wheelwright, studying law in his leisure time. Was admitted to the bar in [...]

Categories: A, Kentucky, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 22nd-congress, 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, AL, Allan, and Chilton.



Allen, Heman

Heman AllenBorn on 1777, died in 1844. State: Vermont. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Vermont. Born in Ashfield (now Deerfield), Mass., June 14,1777. Attended an academy in Chesterfield, N.H., for two years. Moved to Grand Isle, Vt. Studiedlaw. Was admitted to the bar in 1803 and commenced practice in Milton, Vt. Member of the Statehouse of representatives 1810-1814, 1816, 1817, 1822, and 1824-1826. [...]

Categories: A, Representative, Republican, and Vermont. Tags: 22nd-congress, 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, 25th-congress, AL, Allen, and Heman.



Allen, Heman

Heman AllenBorn on 1779, died in 1852. State: Vermont. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Vermont. Born in Poultney, Vt., February 23, 1779. Attended the common schools. Was graduated from Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., in 1795. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar in 1801 and commenced practice in Colchester, Vt. Sheriff of Chittenden County in 1808 and 1809. Chief justice of the county court [...]

Categories: A, Representative, Republican, and Vermont. Tags: 15th-congress, 22nd-congress, 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, 25th-congress, AL, Allen, and Heman.



Anthony, Joseph Biles

Joseph Biles AnthonyBorn on 1795, died in 1851. State: Pennsylvania. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Pennsylvania. Born in Philadelphia, Pa., June 19, 1795. Attended the public schools. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar and practiced. Member of the State senate 1830-1833. Elected as a Jacksonian to the Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth Congresses (March 4, 1833-March 3, 1837). Appointed judge of [...]

Categories: A, Pennsylvania, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, AN, Anthony, Joseph, and Joseph Biles.



Ash, Michael Woolston

Michael Woolston AshBorn on 1789, died in 1858. State: Pennsylvania. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Pennsylvania. Born in Philadelphia, Pa., March 5, 1789. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar June 21, 1811, and commenced practice in Philadelphia. Served as a first lieutenant and lieutenant colonel in the First Regular Pennsylvania Volunteers during the War of 1812. At the close of the war he went [...]

Categories: A, Pennsylvania, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 24th-congress, AS, Ash, Michael, and Michael Woolston.



Ashley, William Henry

William Henry AshleyBorn on 1778, died in 1838. State: Missouri. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Missouri. Born in Powhatan County, Va., in 1778. Attended the common schools. Moved to St. Genevieve, Mo. (then Upper Louisiana), in 1803. Engaged in the manufacture of saltpeter. Became a merchant and later a surveyor. Moved to St. Louis, Mo., in 1808. Brigadier general of militia during the War of [...]

Categories: A, Missouri, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 22nd-congress, 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, AS, Ashley, William, and William Henry.



Bailey, Jeremiah

Jeremiah BaileyBorn on 1773, died in 1853. State: Maine. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Maine. Born in Little Compton, R.I., May 1, 1773. Attendedthe common schools and was graduated from Brown University, Providence, R.I., in 1794. Studiedlaw. Was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Wiscasset, Maine (until 1820 a district ofMassachusetts), in 1798. Presidential elector on the Federalist [...]

Categories: B, Maine, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 24th-congress, BA, Bailey, and Jeremiah.



Banks, John

John BanksBorn on 1793, died in 1864. State: Pennsylvania. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Pennsylvania. Born near Lewisburg, Juniata County, Pa.,October 17, 1793. Received a liberal education. Studied law. Was admitted to the bar andcommenced practice in Juniata County in 1819. Moved to Mercer County and continued the practiceof law. Elected as an Anti-Masonic candidate to the Twenty-second, [...]

Categories: B, Pennsylvania, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 22nd-congress, 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, BA, Banks, and John.



Barton, Samuel

Samuel BartonBorn on 1785, died in 1858. State: New York. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from New York. Born in New Dorp, Richmond County, N.Y., July 27, 1785. Attended the common schools. Agent for Commodore Vanderbilt's steamship lines. Served in the State militia as a major in 1818 and as a colonel in 1833. Member of the State assembly in 1821 and 1822. Served on the Andrew Jackson reception [...]

Categories: B, New York, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 24th-congress, BA, Barton, and Samuel.



Bayard, Richard Henry

Richard Henry BayardBorn on 1796, died in 1868. State: Delaware . Senate Years of Service: From 1836 to 1839; 1841. Party: Republican. Member: Senator. (son of James Asheton Bayard, Sr., brother of James Asheton Bayard, Jr., and grandson of Richard Bassett), [...]

Categories: B, Delaware, Republican, and Senator. Tags: 24th-congress, 25th-congress, 26th-congress, 27th-congress, 28th-congress, BA, Bayard, Richard, and Richard Henry.



Beale, James Madison Hite

James Madison Hite BealeBorn on 1786, died in 1866. State: Virginia. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Virginia. Born in Mount Airy, Shenandoah County, Va., February 7, 1786. Pursued preparatory studies. Engaged in agricultural pursuits. Member, State house of delegates, 1818-1819. Elected as a Jacksonian to the Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth Congresses (March 4, 1833-March 3, 1837). Chairman, [...]

Categories: B, Representative, Republican, and Virginia. Tags: 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, 31st-congress, 32nd-congress, BE, Beale, James, and James Madison Hite.



Bean, Benning Moulton

Benning Moulton BeanBorn on 1782, died in 1866. State: New Hampshire. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from New Hampshire. Born in Moultonboro, Carroll County, N.H., on January 9, 1782. Attended the public schools of Moultonboro and received private tutoring. Engaged in teaching and in agricultural pursuits. Selectman of Moultonboro 1811-1829 and 1832-1838. Justice of the peace in 1816. Trustee of Sandwich [...]

Categories: B, New Hampshire, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, BE, Bean, Benning, and Benning Moulton.



Beardsley, Samuel

Samuel BeardsleyBorn on 1790, died in 1860. State: New York. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from New York. Born in Hoosick, Rensselaer County, N.Y., February 6, 1790. Pursued academic studies. Taught school. Studied law in Rome, N.Y. Served as a lieutenant in the War of 1812 and took part in the defense of Sackets Harbor in 1813. Was admitted to the bar in 1815 and commenced practice in Watertown. Judge [...]

Categories: B, New York, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 22nd-congress, 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, 28th-congress, BE, Beardsley, and Samuel.



Beaumont, Andrew

Andrew BeaumontBorn on 1790, died in 1853. State: Pennsylvania. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Pennsylvania. Born in Lebanon, New London County, Conn., January 24, 1790. Moved to Pennsylvania in 1808. Studied law but never practiced. Collector of revenue in 1814. Prothonotary and clerk of the courts of Luzerne County, Pa., 1816-1819. Member of the State house of representatives in 1821, 1822, and [...]

Categories: B, Pennsylvania, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, Andrew, BE, and Beaumont.



Bell, John

John BellBorn on 1796, died in 1869. State: Tennessee. Senate Years of Service: From 1847 to 1855; 1855. Party: Republican. Member: Senator. A Representative and a Senator from Tennessee. Born near Nashville, Tenn., February 18, 1796. Graduated from Cumberland [...]

Categories: B, Republican, Senator, and Tennessee. Tags: 20th-congress, 21rst-congress, 22nd-congress, 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, 25th-congress, 26th-congress, 30th-congress, 31st-congress, 32nd-congress, 33rd-congress, 34th-congress, 35th-congress, BE, Bell, and John.



Benton, Thomas Hart

Thomas Hart BentonBorn on 1782, died in 1858. State: Missouri. Senate Years of Service: From 1821 to 1851. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. (father-in-law of John C. Frémont. Brother-in-law of James McDowell [1795-1851], great uncle of [...]

Categories: B, Missouri, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 17th-congress, 18th-congress, 19th-congress, 20th-congress, 21rst-congress, 22nd-congress, 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, 25th-congress, 26th-congress, 27th-congress, 28th-congress, 29th-congress, 30th-congress, 31st-congress, 33rd-congress, BE, Benton, Thomas, and Thomas Hart.



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, John

John BlackBorn on Birthdateunknown, died in 1854. State: Mississippi. Senate Years of Service: From 1832 to 1833; 1833. Party: Republican. Member: Senator. A Senator from Mississippi. Born in Massachusetts, but date of birth is unknown. Engaged in teaching. Studied law. Commenced practice in Louisiana. Moved to Mississippi. Elected judge of the fourth circuit and supreme court 1826-1832. Appointed as a Jacksonian [...]

Categories: B, Mississippi, Republican, and Senator. Tags: 22nd-congress, 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, 25th-congress, BL, Black, and John.



Bockee, Abraham

Abraham BockeeBorn on 1784, died in 1865. State: New York. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from New York. Born in Shekomeko, Dutchess County, N.Y., February 3, 1784. Attended the public schools. Was graduated from Union College, Schenectady, N.Y., 1803. Studied law in Poughkeepsie. Was admitted to the bar in 1806 and practiced in Poughkeepsie until 1815, when he returned to Shekomeko. Engaged in [...]

Categories: B, New York, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 21rst-congress, 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, Abraham, BO, and Bockee.



Bond, William Key

William Key BondBorn on 1792, died in 1864. State: Ohio. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Ohio. Born in St. Mary's County, Md., October 2, 1792. Attended the schools at Litchfield, Conn., where he also studied law at the Litchfield Law School. Moved to Chillicothe, Ohio, in 1812. Was admitted to the bar in 1813 and commenced practice in Chillicothe. Elected as an Anti-Jacksonian to the [...]

Categories: B, Ohio, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 24th-congress, 25th-congress, 26th-congress, BO, Bond, William, and William Key.



Boon, Ratliff

Ratliff BoonBorn on 1781, died in 1844. State: Indiana. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Indiana. Born in Franklin County, N.C., January 18, 1781. Moved with his parents to Warren County, Ky. Attended the public schools. Moved to Danville, Ky., and learned the gunsmith's trade. Moved to what is now Boon Township, Warrick County, Ind., in 1809. On the organization of Warrick County was appointed [...]

Categories: B, Indiana, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 19th-congress, 21rst-congress, 22nd-congress, 23rd-congress, 24th-congress, 25th-congress, BO, Boon, and Ratliff.



Borden, Nathaniel Briggs

Nathaniel Briggs BordenBorn on 1801, died in 1865. State: Massachusetts. Party: Republican. Member: Representative. A Representative from Massachusetts. Born in Fall River, Mass., April 15, 1801. Attended the district school and Plainfield (Conn.) Academy. Organized the Pocasset Manufacturing Co., in Fall River, Mass. Member of the State house of representatives in 1831 and 1834. Elected as a Jacksonian to the Twenty-fourth Congress [...]

Categories: B, Massachusetts, Representative, and Republican. Tags: 24th-congress, 25th-congress, 27th-congress, BO, Borden, Nathaniel, and Nathaniel Briggs.