List of United States Congress members who died in office (1790–1899)

The following is a list of United States senators and representatives who died of natural or accidental causes, or who took their own lives, while serving their terms between 1790 and 1899. For a list of members of Congress who were killed while in office, see List of United States Congress members killed or wounded in office.

Member Party
State
(district)
Date of death Age at death (years) Cause Place of death Place of burial Successor Serving since (in the House/Senate) Date of birth Place of birth U.S. Con­gress
 
William Grayson Federalist Virginia
(Senator)
March 12, 1790 49/50 Gout[1] Dumfries, Virginia Grayson Family Vault, Belle Aire, Virginia John Walker March 4, 1789 Sometime in 1740 Prince William County, Virginia 1st
Theodorick Bland Federalist Virginia
(9th district)
June 1, 1790 49 Unknown New York City, New York Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. William B. Giles March 4, 1789 March 21, 1741 Prince George County, Virginia 1st
Roger Sherman Federalist Connecticut
(Senator)
July 23, 1793 72 Typhoid fever New Haven, Connecticut Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven, Connecticut William B. Giles June 13, 1791 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1789 – March 3, 1791) April 19, 1721 Newton, Massachusetts 3rd
Abraham Clark Federalist New Jersey
(At-large)
September 15, 1794 68 Sunstroke New Jersey Rahway Cemetery, New Jersey Aaron Kitchell March 4, 1791 February 15, 1726 Elizabethtown, New Jersey 3rd
Alexander Gillon Federalist South Carolina
(5th district)
October 6, 1794 52/53 Unknown Orangeburg District, South Carolina Orangeburg County, South Carolina Robert G. Harper March 4, 1793 Sometime in 1741 Rotterdam, Dutch Republic 3rd
James Davenport Federalist Connecticut
(At-large)
August 3, 1797 38 Unknown Stamford, Connecticut Northfield Cemetery, Stamford, Connecticut Samuel W. Dana December 5, 1796 October 12, 1758 Stamford, Connecticut 5th
Nathan Bryan Democratic-Republican North Carolina
(10th district)
June 4, 1798 49/50 Unknown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Richard D. Spaight March 4, 1795 Sometime in 1748 Craven County, North Carolina 5th
John Swanwick Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania
(1st district)
July 31, 1798 57/58 Yellow fever Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Saint Peter's Episcopal Churchyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Robert Waln March 4, 1795 Sometime in 1740 Liverpool, England 5th
Joshua Clayton Federalist Delaware
(Senator)
August 11, 1798 54 Yellow fever New Castle County, Delaware Bethel Church Cemetery, Chesapeake City, Maryland William H. Wells January 19, 1798 July 20, 1744 Wyoming, Delaware 5th
Joshua Coit Federalist Connecticut
(At-large)
September 5, 1798 39 Yellow fever[2] New London, Connecticut Cedar Grove Cemetery, New London, Connecticut Zephaniah Swift March 4, 1793 October 7, 1758 New London, Connecticut 5th
Henry Tazewell Federalist Virginia
(Senator)
January 24, 1799 45 Unknown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Saint Peter's Episcopal Churchyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Wilson C. Nicholas December 29, 1794 November 27, 1753 Brunswick County, Virginia 5th
Jonathan Nicoll Havens Democratic-Republican New York
(1st district)
October 25, 1799 42 Unknown Shelter Island, Suffolk County, New York Presbyterian Church Burial Ground, Shelter Island, Suffolk County, New York John Smith March 4, 1795 June 18, 1757 Shelter Island, New York 6th
Thomas Hartley Federalist Pennsylvania
(8th district)
December 21, 1800 52 Unknown York, Pennsylvania St. John's Churchyard, York, Pennsylvania John Stewart March 4, 1789 September 7, 1748 Colebrookdale Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania 6th
James Jones Federalist Georgia
(At-large)
January 11, 1801 31/32 Unknown Washington D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. John Milledge March 4, 1799 Sometime in 1769 Maryland 6th
Narsworthy Hunter Federalist Mississippi
(Delegate)
March 11, 1802 45/46 Unknown Washington D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. William Lattimore December 7, 1801 1756 Virginia 7th
Charles Johnson Democratic-Republican North Carolina
(8th district)
July 23, 1802 49/50 Unknown Bandon, North Carolina Edenton Cemetery, Edenton, North Carolina Thomas Wynns March 4, 1801 Sometime in 1752 Scotland 7th
John Ewing Colhoun Democratic-Republican South Carolina
(Senator)
October 26, 1802 52/53 Unknown Pendleton, South Carolina Family cemetery in Pickens County, South Carolina Pierce Butler March 4, 1801 Sometime in 1749 Staunton, Virginia 7th
Isaac Bloom Democratic-Republican New York
(6th district)
April 26, 1803 54 Unknown Poughkeepsie, New York Pittsbury Presbyterian Churchyard, Washington Hollow, New York Daniel C. Verplanck March 4, 1803 Sometime in 1748 Jamaica, Queens County, New York 8th
Stevens T. Mason Democratic-Republican Virginia
(Senator)
May 10, 1803 42 Unknown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Family burying ground at Raspberry Plain in Loudoun County, Virginia John Taylor November 18, 1794 December 29, 1760 Chopawamsic, Stafford County, Virginia 8th
Daniel Hiester Democratic-Republican Maryland
(4th district)
March 7, 1804 56 Unknown Washington D.C. Zion Reformed Graveyard, Hagerstown, Maryland Roger Nelson March 4, 1801 (previously served March 4, 1789 – July 1, 1796) June 25, 1747 Berks County, Pennsylvania 8th
John Johns Trigg Democratic-Republican Virginia
(13th district)
May 17, 1804 55/56 Unknown Bedford County, Virginia Bedford County, Virginia Christopher H. Clark March 4, 1797 Sometime in 1748 Bedford County, Virginia 8th
Samuel J. Potter Democratic-Republican Rhode Island
(Senator)
October 14, 1804 51 Unknown Washington, D.C. Kingston, Rhode Island Benjamin Howland March 4, 1803 June 29, 1753 South Kingstown, Rhode Island 8th
James Gillespie Democratic-Republican North Carolina
(5th district)
January 11, 1805 57/58 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Thomas Kenan March 4, 1803 (previously served March 4, 1793 – March 3, 1799) Sometime in 1747 Kenansville, North Carolina 8th
John A. Hanna Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania
(4th district)
July 23, 1805 42/43 Unknown Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Harrisburg Cemetery, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania David Bard March 4, 1797 Sometime in 1762 Flemington, New Jersey 9th
James Jackson Democratic-Republican Georgia
(Senator)
March 19, 1806 48 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. John Milledge March 4, 1801 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1789 – March 3, 1791/previously served March 4, 1793 – March 3, 1795) September 21, 1757 Moreton­hampstead, Devonshire, England 9th
Christian Lower Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania
(3rd district)
December 19, 1806 66 Unknown Tulpehocken Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Tulpehocken Church Burial Ground, Tulpehocken Township, Pennsylvania Isaac Anderson March 4, 1805 January 7, 1740 Tulpehocken Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania 9th
Levi Casey Democratic-Republican South Carolina
(6th district)
February 3, 1807 53/54 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Joseph Calhoun March 4, 1803 Sometime in 1752 South Carolina 9th
Abraham Baldwin Democratic-Republican Georgia
(Senator)
March 4, 1807 52 Unknown Washington, D.C. Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, D.C. George Jones March 4, 1799 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1789 – March 3, 1799) November 22, 1754 Guilford, Connecticut 9th
Uriah Tracy Federalist Connecticut
(Senator)
July 19, 1807 52 Dropsy[3] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Chauncey Goodrich October 13, 1796 (U.S. House tenure April 8, 1793 – October 13, 1796) February 2, 1755 Franklin, Connecticut 10th
Ezra Darby Democratic-Republican New Jersey
(At-large)
January 27, 1808 39 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Adam Boyd March 4, 1805 June 7, 1768 Scotch Plains, New Jersey 10th
Jacob Crowninshield Democratic-Republican Massachusetts
(2nd district)
April 15, 1808 38 Consumption[4] Washington, D.C. Harmony Grove Cemetery, Salem, Massachusetts Joseph Story March 4, 1803 March 31, 1770 Salem, Massachusetts 10th
Nehemiah Knight Democratic-Republican Rhode Island
(At-large)
June 13, 1808 62 Unknown Cranston, Rhode Island Nehemiah Knight Lot, Knightsville, Cranston, Rhode Island Richard Jackson Jr. March 4, 1803 March 23, 1746 Cranston, Rhode Island 10th
John Claiborne Democratic-Republican Virginia
(17th district)
October 9, 1808 30/31 Unknown Brunswick County, Virginia Family burning ground, Dinwiddie, Virginia Richard Jackson Jr. March 4, 1805 Sometime in 1777 Brunswick County, Virginia 10th
Francis Malbone Federalist Rhode Island
(Senator)
June 4, 1809 50 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Christopher G. Champlin March 4, 1809 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1793 – March 3, 1797) March 20, 1759 Newport, Rhode Island 11th
Samuel White Federalist Delaware
(Senator)
November 4, 1809 38 Unknown Wilmington, Delaware Old Swedes Episcopal Church Cemetery, Wilmington, Delaware Outerbridge Horsey February 28, 1801 December 1770 Kent County, Delaware 11th
James Cox Democratic-Republican New Jersey
(At-large)
September 12, 1810 56 Stroke Upper Freehold Township, New Jersey Yellow Meeting House Cemetery, Upper Freehold Township, New Jersey John A. Scudder March 4, 1809 October 16, 1753 Monmouth County, New Jersey 11th
Thomas Blount Democratic-Republican North Carolina
(3rd district)
February 7, 1812 52 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. William Kennedy March 4, 1811 (previously served March 4, 1793 – March 3, 1799 and March 4, 1805 – March 3, 1809) May 10, 1759 Craven County, North Carolina (now Pitt County, North Carolina) 12th
John Smilie Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania
(9th district)
December 30, 1812 70/71 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Isaac Griffin March 4, 1799 (previously served March 4, 1793 – March 3, 1795) Sometime in 1741 Newtownards, County Down, Ireland 12th
Robert Whitehill Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania
(5th district)
April 8, 1813 74 Unknown Cumberland County, Pennsylvania Silver Spring Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Hampden Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania William Crawford March 4, 1805 July 21, 1738 Pequea, Pennsylvania 13th
John Dawson Democratic-Republican Virginia
(11th district)
March 31, 1814 51/52 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Philip P. Barbour March 4, 1797 Sometime in 1762 Virginia 13th
Nicholas Gilman Democratic-Republican New Hampshire
(Senator)
May 2, 1814 58 Unknown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Exeter Cemetery, Exeter, New Hampshire Thomas W. Thompson March 4, 1805 (previously served March 4, 1797 – March 3, 1803) August 3, 1755 Exeter, New Hampshire 13th
Jacob Hufty Federalist New Jersey
(at-large)
May 20, 1814 Unknown Unknown Salem, New Jersey St. John's Episcopal Cemetery, Salem, New Jersey Thomas Ward March 4, 1809 1750 New Jersey 13th
Richard Brent Democratic-Republican Virginia
(Senator)
December 30, 1814 57 Unknown Washington, D.C. Stafford County, Virginia James Barbour March 4, 1809 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1795 – March 3, 1799 and March 4, 1801 – March 3, 1803) Sometime in 1757 Stafford County, Virginia 13th
David Bard Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania
(9th district)
March 12, 1815 70/71 Unknown Alexandria, Pennsylvania Sinking Valley Cemetery, Arch Spring, Pennsylvania Thomas Burnside March 4, 1803 (previously served March 4, 1795 – March 3, 1799) Sometime in 1744 Adams County, Pennsylvania 14th
Jonathan Williams Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania
(1st district)
May 16, 1815 63 Gout Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Laurel Hill Cemetery, Fairmount Park, Pennsylvania John Sergeant March 4, 1815 May 20, 1751 Boston, Massachusetts 14th
Matthew Clay Democratic-Republican Virginia
(15th district)
May 27, 1815 61 Unknown Halifax Court House, Virginia Old family burying ground, Pittsylvania County, Virginia John Kerr March 4, 1815 (previously served March 4, 1797 – March 3, 1813) March 25, 1754 Halifax County, Virginia 14th
John Sevier Democratic-Republican Tennessee
(2nd district)
September 24, 1815 70 Unknown Alabama Territory Old Knox County Courthouse Grounds, Knoxville, Tennessee William Grainger Blount March 4, 1811 (previously served June 16, 1790 – March 3, 1791) September 23, 1745 Augusta County, Virginia (now Rockingham County, Virginia) 14th
Elijah Brigham Federalist Massachusetts
(11th district)
February 22, 1816 64 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Benjamin Adams March 4, 1811 July 7, 1751 Northborough, Massachusetts 14th
Richard Stanford Democratic-Republican North Carolina
(8th district)
April 9, 1816 48/49 Unknown Georgetown (Washington, D.C.) Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Samuel Dickens March 4, 1797 March 2, 1767 Vienna, Maryland 14th
Thomas Gholson Jr. Democratic-Republican Virginia
(18th district)
July 4, 1816 35/36 Unknown Gholsonville, Virginia Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Thomas M. Nelson November 7, 1808 Sometime in 1780 Gholsonville, Virginia 14th
John Clopton Democratic-Republican Virginia
(23rd district)
September 11, 1816 60 Unknown Tunstall, New Kent County, Virginia Family burying ground John Tyler March 4, 1801 (previously served March 4, 1795 – March 3, 1799) February 7, 1756 New Kent County, Virginia 14th
John Woods Federalist Pennsylvania
(14th district)
December 16, 1816 54/55 Unknown Brunswick County, Virginia Family burying ground Henry Baldwin March 4, 1815 Sometime in 1761 Bedford, Pennsylvania 14th
William C. C. Claiborne Democratic-Republican Louisiana
(Senator)
November 23, 1817 42/45 Unknown New Orleans, Louisiana Metairie Cemetery, New Orleans, Louisiana Henry Johnson March 4, 1817 (U.S. House tenure November 23, 1797 – March 3, 1801) Sometime between 1772 and 1775 Sussex County, Virginia 15th
Peterson Goodwyn Democratic-Republican Virginia
(18th district)
February 21, 1818 72/73 Unknown Washington County, Virginia Family cemetery in Dinwiddie County, Virginia John Pegram March 4, 1803 Sometime in 1745 Dinwiddie County, Virginia 15th
George Mumford Democratic-Republican North Carolina
(10th district)
December 31, 1818 Unknown Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Charles Fisher March 4, 1817 Unknown Rowan County, North Carolina 15th
Alexander C. Hanson Federalist Maryland
(Senator)
April 23, 1819 33 Unknown Elkridge, Maryland Family burial ground, Elkridge, Maryland William Pinkney December 20, 1816 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1813 – 1816) February 27, 1786 Annapolis, Maryland 15th
David Walker Democratic-Republican Kentucky
(6th district)
March 1, 1820 56 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Francis Johnson March 4, 1817 Unknown Brunswick County, Virginia 16th
Nathaniel Hazard Democratic-Republican Rhode Island
(At-large)
December 17, 1820 44 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Job Durfee March 4, 1819 Sometime in 1776 Newport, Rhode Island 16th
Jesse Slocumb Federalist North Carolina
(4th district)
December 20, 1820 40 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. William S. Blackledge March 4, 1817 Sometime in 1780 Dudley, North Carolina 16th
James Burrill Jr. Federalist Rhode Island
(Senator)
December 25, 1820 48 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Nehemiah R. Knight March 4, 1817 April 25, 1772 Providence, Rhode Island 16th
John Linn Democratic-Republican New Jersey
(At-large)
January 5, 1821 57 Unknown Washington, D.C. North Hardyston Cemetery, Hardyston Township, New Jersey Samuel Swan March 4, 1817 December 3, 1763 Hardwick Township, New Jersey 16th
William A. Burwell Democratic-Republican Virginia
(14th district)
February 16, 1821 40 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Jabez Leftwich December 1, 1806 March 15, 1780 Boydton, Virginia 16th
Wingfield Bullock Democratic-Republican Kentucky
(8th district)
October 13, 1821 Unknown Unknown Shelbyville, Kentucky Old family burying ground, Shelbyville, Kentucky James D. Breckinridge March 4, 1821 Unknown Spotsylvania, Virginia 17th
William A. Trimble Democratic-Republican Ohio
(Senator)
December 13, 1821 35 Attributed to previous battle wound[5] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Ethan A. Brown March 4, 1819 April 4, 1786 Woodford County, Kentucky 17th
William Pinkney Democratic-Republican Maryland
(Senator)
February 25, 1822 57 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Samuel Smith December 21, 1819 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1791 – November 1791 and March 4, 1815 – April 18, 1816) March 17, 1764 Annapolis, Maryland 17th
James Overstreet Democratic-Republican South Carolina
(4th district)
May 24, 1822 49 Unknown China Grove, North Carolina Savitz Cemetery, China Grove, North Carolina Andrew R. Govan March 4, 1819 February 11, 1773 Barnwell District, Province of South Carolina 17th
Thomas Van Swearingen Federalist Virginia
(2nd district)
August 19, 1822 38 Unknown Shepherdstown, Virginia Elmwood Cemetery, Shepherdstown, West Virginia James Stephenson March 4, 1819 May 5, 1784 Shepherdstown, Virginia 17th
Ludwig Worman Federalist Pennsylvania
(7th district)
October 17, 1822 60/61 Unknown Earl Township, Pennsylvania Earl Township Cemetery, Earl Township, Pennsylvania Daniel Udree March 4, 1821 Sometime in 1761 Tinicum Township, Pennsylvania 17th
Elijah Boardman Democratic-Republican Connecticut
(Senator)
August 18, 1823 63 Attributed to cholera and fever Boardman, Ohio Center Cemetery, New Milford, Connecticut Henry W. Edwards March 4, 1821 March 7, 1760 New Milford, Connecticut 18th
William Lee Ball Democratic-Republican Virginia
(13th district)
February 29, 1824 43 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. John Taliaferro March 4, 1817 January 2, 1781 Lancaster County, Virginia 18th
John Taylor of Caroline Democratic-Republican Virginia
(Senator)
August 21, 1824 70 Unknown Caroline County, Virginia Hazelwood Farm Cemetery, Caroline County, Virginia Littleton W. Tazewell December 18, 1822 (previously served October 18, 1792 – May 11, 1794 and June 4, 1803 – December 7, 1803) December 19, 1753 Caroline County, Virginia 18th
Nicholas Ware Democratic-Republican Georgia
(Senator)
September 7, 1824 48 Unknown New York City, New York Under the annex of Grace Church, New York City, New York Thomas W. Cobb November 10, 1821 February 16, 1776 Caroline County, Virginia 18th
William Prince Democratic-Republican Indiana
(1st district)
September 8, 1824 41/42 Unknown Princeton, Indiana Old Cemetery, Princeton, Indiana Jacob Call March 4, 1823 1772 Ireland 18th
Charles Rich Democratic-Republican Vermont
(3rd district)
October 15, 1824 53 Unknown Shoreham, Vermont Family vault, Shoreham, Vermont Henry Olin March 4, 1817 (previously served March 4, 1813 – March 3, 1815) September 13, 1771 Warwick, Massachusetts 18th
Patrick Farrelly Republican Pennsylvania
(18th district)
January 12, 1826 55/56 Unknown Meadville, Pennsylvania Greendale Cemetery, Meadville, Pennsylvania Thomas Hale Sill March 4, 1821 Sometime in 1770 Ireland 19th
Henry H. Chambers Democratic-Republican Alabama
(Senator)
January 24, 1826 35 Unknown Kenbridge, Virginia Family burial ground, Kenbridge, Virginia Israel Pickens March 4, 1825 October 1, 1790 Kenbridge, Virginia 19th
John Gaillard Democratic-Republican South Carolina
(Senator)
February 26, 1826 60 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. William Harper December 6, 1804 September 5, 1765 Province of South Carolina 19th
Christopher Rankin Republican Mississippi
(At-large)
March 14, 1826 37/38 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. William Haile March 4, 1819 Sometime in 1788 Washington County, Pennsylvania 19th
Nicholas Van Dyke Federalist Delaware
(Senator)
May 21, 1826 55 Unknown New Castle, Delaware Immanuel Episcopal Church Cemetery, New Castle, Delaware Daniel Rodney March 4, 1817 (U.S. House tenure October 6, 1807 – March 3, 1811) December 20, 1770 New Castle, Delaware 19th
James Johnson Democratic Kentucky
(5th district)
August 13, 1826 52 Unknown Washington, D.C. Family cemetery, Great Crossing, Kentucky Robert L. McHatton March 4, 1825 January 1, 1774 Orange County, Virginia 19th
Henry Wilson Democratic Pennsylvania
(7th district)
August 14, 1826 47/48 Unknown Allentown, Pennsylvania Union Cemetery, Allentown, Pennsylvania William Addams March 4, 1823 Sometime in 1778 Dauphin, Pennsylvania 19th
Joseph McIlvaine Republican New Jersey
(Senator)
August 19, 1826 56 Unknown Burlington, New Jersey Saint Mary's Episcopal Churchyard, Burlington, New Jersey Ephraim Bateman November 12, 1823 October 2, 1769 Bristol, Pennsylvania 19th
Robert P. Henry Democratic Kentucky
(12th district)
August 25, 1826 37 Unknown Hopkinsville, Kentucky Pioneer Cemetery, Hopkinsville, Kentucky John F. Henry March 4, 1823 November 24, 1788 Henrys Mills, Kentucky 19th
William Wilson Democratic-Republican Ohio
(8th district)
June 6, 1827 54 "a bilious complaint"[6] Newark, Ohio Cedar Hill Cemetery, Newark, Ohio William Stanbery March 4, 1823 March 19, 1773 New Boston, New Hampshire 20th
William Burleigh Republican Maine
(1st district)
July 2, 1827 41 Unknown South Berwick, Maine Portland Street Cemetery, South Berwick, Maine Rufus McIntire March 4, 1823 October 24, 1785 South Berwick, Maine 20th
William Singleton Young Republican Kentucky
(11th district)
September 20, 1827 37 Unknown Elizabethtown, Kentucky Elizabethtown Cemetery, Elizabethtown, Kentucky John Calhoon March 4, 1825 April 10, 1790 Bardstown, Kentucky 20th
Henry Wharton Conway Democratic-Republican Arkansas
(Delegate)
November 9, 1827 34 Killed in a duel Napoleon, Arkansas Scull Cemetery, Arkansas Post, Arkansas Ambrose H. Sevier March 4, 1823 March 18, 1793 Greeneville, Tennessee 20th
George Holcombe Democratic-Republican New Jersey
(At-large)
January 4, 1828 41 Consumption Allentown, New Jersey Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. James F. Randolph March 4, 1821 March 1786 Hunterdon County, New Jersey 20th
Hedge Thompson Republican New Jersey
(At-large)
July 23, 1828 48 Pulmonary disease Salem, New Jersey St. John's Protestant Episcopal Churchyard, Salem, New Jersey Thomas Sinnickson March 4, 1827 January 28, 1780 Salem, New Jersey 20th
Gabriel Holmes Republican North Carolina
(5th district)
September 26, 1829 59/60 Unknown Clinton, North Carolina John Sampson Cemetery, Clinton, North Carolina Edward B. Dudley March 4, 1825 Sometime in 1769 Clinton, North Carolina 21st
Thomas Buck Reed Democratic Mississippi
(Senator)
November 26, 1829 42 Unknown Lexington, Kentucky Old Baptist Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky Robert H. Adams March 4, 1829 (previously served January 28, 1826 – March 4, 1827) May 7, 1787 Lexington, Kentucky 21st
Alexander Smyth Democratic Virginia
(22nd district)
April 17, 1830 64/65 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Joseph Draper March 4, 1827 (previously served March 4, 1817 – March 3, 1825) Sometime in 1765 Rathlin Island, Ireland 21st
Robert H. Adams Democratic Mississippi
(Senator)
July 2, 1830 37/38 Unknown Natchez, Mississippi Natchez City Cemetery, Natchez, Mississippi George Poindexter February 8, 1830 Sometime in 1792 Rockbridge County, Virginia 21st
John McLean Democratic Illinois
(Senator)
October 14, 1830 37/38 Paralysis Shawneetown, Illinois Westwood Cemetery, Shawneetown, Illinois David J. Baker March 4, 1829 (U.S. House tenure December 3, 1818 – March 3, 1819/previously served November 24, 1824 – March 3, 1825) February 4, 1791 Greensboro, North Carolina 21st
James Noble Democratic-Republican Indiana
(Senator)
February 26, 1831 45 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Robert Hanna December 11, 1816 December 16, 1785 Berryville, Virginia 21st
Rollin Carolas Mallary Democratic-Republican Vermont
(2nd district)
April 15, 1831 46 Unknown Baltimore, Maryland East Poultney Cemetery, East Poultney, Vermont William Slade January 13, 1820 May 27, 1784 Cheshire, Connecticut 22nd
Spencer D. Pettis Democratic Missouri
(At-large)
August 28, 1831 29 Killed in a duel[7] St. Louis, Missouri Saint Louis City Cemetery-Rutger William H. Ashley March 4, 1829 Sometime in 1802 Culpeper County, Virginia 22nd
William Ramsey Democratic Pennsylvania
(11th district)
September 29, 1831 52 Unknown Carlisle, Pennsylvania Ashland Cemetery, Carlisle, Pennsylvania Robert McCoy March 4, 1827 September 7, 1779 Sterretts Gap, Pennsylvania 22nd
Jonathan Hunt Republican Vermont
(1st district)
May 15, 1832 44 Unknown Washington, D.C. Old Cemetery, Brattleboro, Vermont Hiland Hall March 4, 1827 August 12, 1787 Vernon, Vermont 22nd
Charles Clement Johnston Republican Virginia
(22nd district)
June 17, 1832 37 Accidental drowning[8] Alexandria, Virginia Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Joseph Draper March 4, 1831 April 30, 1795 Prince Edward County, Virginia 22nd
George E. Mitchell Republican Maryland
(6th district)
June 28, 1832 51 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Charles S. Sewall December 7, 1829 (previously served March 4, 1823 – March 3, 1827) March 3, 1781 Elkton, Maryland 22nd
Philip Doddridge Republican Virginia
(18th district)
November 19, 1832 59 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Joseph Johnson March 4, 1829 May 17, 1773 Bedford County, Virginia 22nd
James Lent Democratic New York
(1st district)
February 22, 1833 51 Unknown Washington, D.C. Presbyterian Cemetery, Long Island, New York Abel Huntington March 4, 1829 Sometime in 1782 Long Island, New York 22nd
Josiah S. Johnston Democratic-Republican Louisiana
(Senator)
May 19, 1833 48 Resulting from an explosion aboard the steamship Lioness[9] Red River, Louisiana Rapides Cemetery, Pineville, Louisiana Alexander Porter January 15, 1824 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1821 – March 3, 1823) November 24, 1784 Salisbury, Connecticut 23rd
John Randolph of Roanoke Democratic-Republican Virginia
(5th district)
May 24, 1833 59 Consumption Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia Thomas T. Bouldin March 4, 1833 (previously served March 4, 1799 – March 3, 1813, March 4, 1815 – March 3, 1817, March 4, 1819 – December 26, 1825 and March 4, 1827 – March 3, 1829/U.S. Senate tenure December 26, 1825 – March 3, 1827) June 2, 1773 Cawsons, Virginia 23rd
Alexander Buckner Democratic Missouri
(Senator)
June 6, 1833 47/48 Cholera Cape Girardeau County, Missouri City Cemetery, Cape Girardeau, Missouri Lewis F. Linn March 4, 1831 March 8, 1785 Jefferson County, Kentucky 23rd
Thomas D. Singleton Nullifier South Carolina
(3rd district)
November 25, 1833 Unknown Unknown Raleigh, North Carolina Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Robert B. Campbell March 4, 1833 Unknown Kingstree, South Carolina 23rd
Thomas Bouldin Nullifier Virginia
(5th district)
February 11, 1834 52/53 Unknown Washington, D.C. Private cemetery, Drakes Branch, Virginia James Bouldin August 26, 1833 (previously served March 4, 1829 – March 3, 1833) Sometime in 1781 Charlotte Court House, Virginia 23rd
James Blair Democratic South Carolina
(8th district)
April 1, 1834 47 Suicide[10][11] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Richard Irvine Manning I March 4, 1829 (previously served March 4, 1821 – May 8, 1822) September 26, 1786 Waxhaws, Lancaster County, South Carolina 23rd
Littleton Purnell Dennis Republican Maryland
(1st district)
April 14, 1834 47 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. John Nevett Steele March 4, 1833 July 21, 1786 Pocomoke City, Maryland 23rd
Benjamin F. Deming Anti-Masonic Vermont
(5th district)
July 11, 1834 44 Unknown Saratoga Springs, New York Danville Green Cemetery, Danville, Vermont Henry Fisk Janes March 4, 1833 January 1, 1790 Danville, Vermont 23rd
Charles Slade Democratic Illinois
(1st district)
July 26, 1834 Unknown Unknown Vincennes, Indiana Unknown John Reynolds March 4, 1833 Unknown England 23rd
Warren R. Davis Nullifier South Carolina
(6th district)
January 29, 1835 41 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Waddy Thompson Jr. March 4, 1827 May 8, 1793 Columbia, South Carolina 23rd
Nathan Smith Whig Connecticut
(Senator)
December 6, 1835 65 Unknown Washington, D.C. Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven, Connecticut John M. Niles March 4, 1833 January 8, 1770 Woodbury, Connecticut 24th
Zalmon Wildman Democratic Connecticut
(At-large)
December 10, 1835 60 Unknown Washington, D.C. Wooster Cemetery, Danbury, Connecticut Thomas T. Whittlesey March 4, 1835 February 16, 1775 Danbury, Connecticut 24th
Elias Kane Democratic Illinois
(Senator)
December 12, 1835 41 "autumnal fever"[12] Washington, D.C. Evergreen Cemetery, Chester, Illinois William L.D. Ewing March 4, 1825 June 7, 1794 New York City, New York 24th
Richard Irvine Manning I Democratic-Republican South Carolina
(8th district)
May 1, 1836 47 Pulmonary hemorrhage[13] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Trinity Episcopal churchyard, Columbia, South Carolina John Peter Richardson II December 8, 1834 May 1, 1789 Sumter County, South Carolina 24th
David Dickson Republican Mississippi
(At-large)
July 31, 1836 42 Unknown Hot Springs, Arkansas Unknown Samuel J. Gholson March 4, 1835 March 22, 1794 Georgia 24th
John E. Coffee Democratic Georgia
(at-large)
September 25, 1836 32/33 Unknown Jacksonville, Georgia McRae Cemetery, McRae, Georgia William Crosby Dawson March 4, 1833 December 3, 1782 Prince Edward County, Virginia 24th
Robert Henry Goldsborough Whig Maryland
(Senator)
October 5, 1836 57 Unknown Easton, Maryland Ashby, Talbot County, Maryland John S. Spence January 13, 1835 (previously served May 21, 1813 – March 3, 1819) January 4, 1779 Easton, Maryland 24th
George L. Kinnard Republican Indiana
(6th district)
November 26, 1836 33 From injuries received in an explosion on the steamer Flora on the Ohio River Ohio River Presbyterian Burying Ground, Cincinnati, Ohio William Herod March 4, 1833 Sometime in 1803 Pennsylvania 24th
Francis J. Harper Democratic Pennsylvania
(3rd district)
March 18, 1837 37 Unknown Frankford, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Charles Naylor March 4, 1837 March 5, 1800 Frankford, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 25th
James I. Standifer Democratic Tennessee
(4th district)
August 20, 1837 58 Unknown Kingston, Tennessee Baptist Cemetery, Kingston, Tennessee William Stone March 4, 1829 (previously served March 4, 1823 – March 3, 1825) April 19, 1779 Henry County, Virginia 25th
Joseph Kent Whig Maryland
(Senator)
November 24, 1837 58 Following fall from horse[14] Bladensburg, Maryland Unmarked grave William D. Merrick March 4, 1833 (previously served March 4, 1811 – March 3, 1815 and March 4, 1819 – January 6, 1826) January 14, 1779 Calvert County, Maryland 25th
Jonathan Cilley Democratic Maine
(3rd district)
February 24, 1838 36 Killed in a duel[15] Bladensburg, Maryland Elm Grove Cemetery, Thomaston, Maine Edward Robinson March 4, 1837 July 2, 1802 Nottingham, New Hampshire 25th
Timothy J. Carter Democratic Maine
(5th district)
March 14, 1838 37 Unknown Washington, D.C. Virgil D. Parris March 4, 1837 August 18, 1800 Bethel, Massachusetts 25th
Isaac McKim Democratic Maryland
(4th district)
April 1, 1838 62 Pleurisy[16] Baltimore, Maryland Burying ground of St. Paul's Church, Baltimore, Maryland John P. Kennedy March 4, 1833 (previously served January 4, 1823 – March 3, 1825) July 21, 1775 Baltimore, Maryland 25th
Joab Lawler Whig Alabama
(3rd district)
May 8, 1838 41 "bilious pleurisy"[17] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. George W. Crabb March 4, 1835 June 21, 1796 Union County, North Carolina 25th
Andrew DeWitt Bruyn Democratic New York
(22nd district)
July 27, 1838 47 Unknown Ithaca, New York Ithaca City Cemetery, Ithaca, New York Cyrus Beers March 4, 1837 November 18, 1790 Wawarsing, New York 25th
William Patterson Whig New York
(29th district)
August 14, 1838 49 "fever"[18] Warsaw, New York Warsaw Town Cemetery, Warsaw, New York Vacant March 4, 1837 June 4, 1789 Londonderry, New Hampshire 25th
Eleazer Wheelock Ripley Democratic Louisiana
(2nd district)
March 2, 1839 56 Unknown West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana Locust Grove Cemetery, St. Francisville, Louisiana Thomas Withers Chinn March 4, 1835 April 15, 1782 Hanover, New Hampshire 25th
Albert Galliton Harrison Republican Missouri
(at-large)
September 7, 1839 39 Unknown Fulton, Missouri Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. John Jameson March 4, 1835 June 26, 1800 Mt. Sterling, Kentucky 26th
James C. Alvord Whig Massachusetts
(6th district)
September 27, 1839 31 Unknown Greenfield, Massachusetts Federal Street Cemetery, Greenfield, Massachusetts Osmyn Baker March 4, 1839 April 15, 1808 Greenwich, Massachusetts 26th
William W. Potter Democratic Pennsylvania
(14th district)
October 28, 1839 46 Unknown Bellefonte, Pennsylvania Union Cemetery, Bellefonte, Pennsylvania George McCulloch March 4, 1837 December 18, 1792 Potters Mills, Pennsylvania 26th
Thaddeus Betts Whig Connecticut
(Senator)
April 7, 1840 51 "nervous fever"[19] Washington, D.C. Union Cemetery, Norwalk, Connecticut Jabez W. Huntington March 4, 1839 February 4, 1789 Norwalk, Connecticut 26th
Anson Brown Whig New York
(11th district)
June 14, 1840 39/40 Unknown Ballston Spa, New York Ballston Spa Cemetery, Ballston Spa, New York Nicholas B. Doe March 4, 1839 Sometime in 1800 Charlton, New York 26th
Simeon H. Anderson Whig Kentucky
(5th district)
August 11, 1840 38 Unknown Lancaster, Kentucky Anderson family cemetery, Lancaster, Kentucky John B. Thompson March 4, 1839 March 2, 1802 Lancaster, Kentucky 26th
William Sterrett Ramsey Democratic Pennsylvania
(13th district)
October 17, 1840 30 Suicide[20] Baltimore, Maryland Ashland Cemetery, Carlisle, Pennsylvania Amos Gustine March 4, 1839 June 12, 1810 Carlisle, Pennsylvania 26th
John S. Spence Whig Maryland
(Senator)
October 24, 1840 52 Unknown Berlin, Maryland Episcopal Churchyard, Berlin, Maryland John L. Kerr December 31, 1836 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1823 – March 3, 1825 and March 4, 1831 – March 3, 1833) February 29, 1788 Snow Hill, Maryland 26th
Felix Grundy Democratic Tennessee
(Senator)
December 19, 1840 63 Unknown Nashville, Tennessee Nashville City Cemetery, Nashville, Tennessee Alfred O. P. Nicholson December 14, 1839 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1811 – 1814/previously served October 19, 1829 – July 4, 1838) September 11, 1777 Berkeley County, Virginia 26th
Charles Ogle Whig Pennsylvania
(18th district)
May 10, 1841 42/43 Tuberculosis Somerset, Pennsylvania Union Cemetery, Somerset, Pennsylvania Henry Black March 4, 1837 Sometime in 1798 Somerset, Pennsylvania 27th
Henry Black Whig Pennsylvania
(18th district)
November 28, 1841 58 Apoplexy Somerset, Pennsylvania Family cemetery, Stonycreek Township, Somerset County, Pennsylvania James M. Russell June 28, 1841 February 25, 1783 Somerset, Pennsylvania 27th
Davis Dimock Jr. Democratic Pennsylvania
(17th district)
January 13, 1842 40 Unknown Montrose, Pennsylvania Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Almon Heath Read March 4, 1841 September 17, 1801 Exeter, Pennsylvania 27th
Nathan F. Dixon I Whig Rhode Island
(Senator)
January 29, 1842 67 "inflammation of the lungs"[21] Washington, D.C. River Bend Cemetery, Westerly, Rhode Island William Sprague March 4, 1839 December 13, 1774 Plainfield, Connecticut 27th
Lewis Williams Republican North Carolina
(13th district)
February 23, 1842 60 "bilious pleurisy"[22] Washington, D.C. Panther Creek Cemetery, Lewisville, North Carolina Anderson Mitchell March 4, 1815 February 1, 1782 Surry County, North Carolina (present Forsyth County) 27th
Joseph Lawrence Republican Pennsylvania
(21st district)
April 17, 1842 60 Attributed to fatigue and anxiety[23] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Thomas McKean Thompson McKennan March 4, 1841 (previously served March 4, 1825 – March 3, 1829) Sometime in 1786 Hunterstown, Pennsylvania 27th
William Soden Hastings Whig Massachusetts
(9th district)
June 17, 1842 44 Unknown Red Sulphur Springs, Virginia Old Cemetery, Mendon, Massachusetts Henry Williams March 4, 1837 June 3, 1798 Mendon, Massachusetts 27th
Samuel L. Southard Whig New Jersey
(Senator)
June 26, 1842 55 Unknown Fredericksburg, Virginia Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. William L. Dayton March 4, 1833 (previously served January 26, 1821 – March 3, 1823) June 9, 1787 Basking Ridge, New Jersey 27th
Richard W. Habersham Whig Georgia
(At-large)
December 2, 1842 55/56 "abscess of the liver"[24] U.S. Old Cemetery, Clarkesville, Georgia George W. Crawford March 4, 1839 December 1786 U.S. 27th
James Wray Williams Democratic Maryland
(3rd district)
December 2, 1842 50 Apoplexy[25] Prieshford Farm, Maryland Family cemetery, Prieshford Farm, Maryland Charles S. Sewall March 4, 1841 October 8, 1792 U.S. 27th
Samuel McRoberts Democratic Illinois
(Senator)
March 27, 1843 43 Consumption[26] Cincinnati, Ohio Moore Cemetery, Waterloo, Illinois James Semple March 4, 1841 April 12, 1799 Maeystown, Illinois 28th
Barker Burnell Whig Massachusetts
(10th district)
June 15, 1843 45 Consumption[27] Washington, D.C. Prospect Hill Cemetery, Nantucket, Massachusetts Joseph Grinnell March 4, 1841 January 30, 1798 Nantucket, Massachusetts 28th
Lewis F. Linn Democratic Missouri
(Senator)
October 3, 1843 46 "affection of the heart"[28] Ste. Genevieve, Missouri Ste. Genevieve Memorial Cemetery, Ste. Genevieve, Missouri David R. Atchison October 25, 1833 November 5, 1796 Louisville, Kentucky 28th
John Millen Democratic Georgia
(At-large)
October 15, 1843 38/39 Unknown Savannah, Georgia Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia Duncan Lamont Clinch March 4, 1843 Sometime in 1804 Savannah, Georgia 28th
Henry Frick Whig Pennsylvania
(13th district)
March 1, 1844 48 Consumption Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. James Pollock March 4, 1843 March 17, 1795 Northumberland, Pennsylvania 28th
Heman A. Moore Democratic Ohio
(10th district)
April 3, 1844 34 Consumption Columbus, Ohio Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, Ohio Alfred P. Stone March 4, 1843 August 27, 1809 Plainfield, Vermont 28th
Pierre Bossier Democratic Louisiana
(4th district)
April 24, 1844 47 Unknown Washington, D.C. Catholic Cemetery, Natchitoches, Louisiana Isaac Edward Morse March 4, 1843 March 22, 1797 Natchitoches, Louisiana 28th
Henry R. Brinkerhoff Democratic Ohio
(21st district)
April 30, 1844 56 Unknown Huron County, Ohio Pioneer Cemetery, Plymouth, Ohio Edward S. Hamlin March 4, 1843 September 23, 1787 Adams County, Pennsylvania 28th
Almon Heath Read Democratic Pennsylvania
(12th district)
June 3, 1844 53 Unknown Montrose, Pennsylvania Montrose Cemetery, Montrose, Pennsylvania George Fuller March 18, 1842 June 12, 1790 Shelburne, Vermont 28th
William S. Fulton Democratic Arkansas
(Senator)
August 15, 1844 49 Unknown Little Rock, Arkansas Mount Holly Cemetery, Little Rock, Arkansas Chester Ashley September 18, 1836 June 2, 1795 Cecil County, Maryland 28th
Isaac C. Bates Whig Massachusetts
(Senator)
March 16, 1845 66 Unknown Washington, D.C. Bridge Street Cemetery, Northampton, Massachusetts John Davis January 13, 1841 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1827 – March 3, 1835) January 23, 1779 Granville, Massachusetts 29th
John Bennett Dawson Democratic Louisiana
(3rd district)
June 26, 1845 47 Unknown St. Francisville, Louisiana Grace Episcopal churchyard, St. Francisville, Louisiana John Henry Harmanson March 4, 1841 March 17, 1798 Nashville, Tennessee 29th
Samuel G. Wright Whig New Jersey
(2nd district)
July 30, 1845 63 "Abdominal dropsy"[29] Imlaystown, New Jersey East Branch Cemetery, Imlaystown, New Jersey George Sykes March 4, 1845 November 18, 1781 Wrightstown, New Jersey 29th
Joseph H. Peyton Whig Tennessee
(8th district)
November 11, 1845 37 Unknown Gallatin, Tennessee Family burying ground, Gallatin, Tennessee Edwin H. Ewing March 4, 1843 May 20, 1808 Gallatin, Tennessee 29th
William Taylor Democratic Virginia
(11th district)
January 17, 1846 57 "seized with a convulsion"[30] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. James McDowell March 4, 1843 April 5, 1788 Alexandria, Virginia 29th
Richard P. Herrick Whig New York
(12th district)
June 20, 1846 55 "inflammation of the bowels"[31] Washington, D.C. Greenbush Cemetery, Rensselaer County, New York Thomas C. Ripley March 4, 1845 March 23, 1791 Greenbush, New York 29th
Felix Grundy McConnell Democratic Alabama
(7th district)
September 10, 1846 37 Stabbed himself to death Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Franklin W. Bowdon March 4, 1843 April 1, 1809 Nashville, Tennessee 29th
Alexander Barrow Whig Louisiana
(Senator)
December 29, 1846 45 Intestinal complication[32] Baltimore, Maryland Family cemetery, Afton Villa plantation, Bayou Sara, Louisiana Pierre Soulé March 4, 1841 March 27, 1801 Nashville, Tennessee 29th
Isaac S. Pennybacker Democratic Virginia
(Senator)
January 12, 1847 41 "organic disease of the liver"[33] Washington, D.C. Woodbine Cemetery, Harrisonburg, Virginia James M. Mason December 3, 1845 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1837 – March 3, 1839) September 3, 1805 New Market, Virginia 29th
George Dromgoole Democratic Virginia
(2nd district)
April 27, 1847 49 Pleurisy[34] and bilious pneumonia[35] Brunswick County, Virginia Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Richard K. Meade March 4, 1843 (Previously served March 4, 1835 – March 3, 1841) May 15, 1797 Lawrenceville, Virginia 30th
Jesse Speight Democratic Mississippi
(Senator)
May 1, 1847 51 Erysipelas Columbus, Mississippi Friendship Cemetery, Columbus, Mississippi Jefferson Davis March 4, 1845 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1829 – March 3, 1837) September 22, 1795 Greene County, North Carolina 30th
Edward Bradley Democratic Michigan
(2nd district)
August 5, 1847 39 Unknown New York City, New York Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Charles E. Stuart March 4, 1847 April 1808 East Bloomfield, New York 30th
Jabez W. Huntington Whig Connecticut
(Senator)
November 1, 1847 58 Inflammation of the bowels[36] Norwich, Connecticut Old Norwich Town Cemetery, Norwich, Connecticut Roger S. Baldwin May 4, 1840 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1829 – August 16, 1834) November 8, 1788 Norwich, Connecticut 30th
John Fairfield Democratic Maine
(Senator)
December 24, 1847 50 Attributed to copper sulfate poisoning[37] Washington, D.C. Laurel Hill Cemetery, Saco, Maine Wyman B. S. Moor December 4, 1843 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1835 – December 24, 1838) January 30, 1797 Saco, Maine 30th
John Westbrook Hornbeck Whig Pennsylvania
(6th district)
January 16, 1848 43 Unknown Allentown, Pennsylvania Allentown Cemetery, Allentown, Pennsylvania Samuel Augustus Bridges March 4, 1847 January 24, 1804 Montague Township, New Jersey 30th
John Quincy Adams Whig Massachusetts
(8th district)
February 23, 1848 80 cerebral hemorrhage Washington, D.C. United First Parish Church, Quincy, Massachusetts Horace Mann March 4, 1831 (U.S. Senate tenure March 4, 1803 – June 8, 1808) July 11, 1767 Braintree, Massachusetts (present Quincy) 30th
John M. Holley Whig New York
(27th district)
March 8, 1848 45 Unknown Jacksonville, Florida Rural Cemetery, Lyons, New York Esbon Blackmar March 4, 1847 November 10, 1802 Salisbury, Connecticut 30th
James A. Black Democratic South Carolina
(1st district)
April 3, 1848 54/55 Pneumonia Washington, D.C. First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina Daniel Wallace March 4, 1843 Sometime in 1793 Ninety-Six District, South Carolina 30th
Chester Ashley Democratic Arkansas
(Senator)
April 29, 1848 57 Peritonsillar abscess and a liver ailment[38] Washington, D.C. Mount Holly Cemetery, Little Rock, Arkansas William K. Sebastian November 8, 1844 June 1, 1790 Amherst, Massachusetts 30th
Dixon Hall Lewis Democratic Alabama
(Senator)
October 25, 1848 46 Attributed to obesity[39] New York City, New York Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York Benjamin Fitzpatrick April 22, 1844 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1829 – April 22, 1844) August 10, 1802 Dinwiddie County, Virginia 30th
Alexander D. Sims Democratic South Carolina
(4th district)
November 22, 1848 45 Unknown Kingstree, South Carolina First Baptist Cemetery, Darlington, South Carolina John McQueen March 4, 1845 June 12, 1803 Virginia 30th
Rodolphus Dickinson Democratic Ohio
(6th district)
March 20, 1849 51 Unknown Washington, D.C. Oakwood Cemetery, Fremont, Ohio Amos E. Wood March 4, 1847 December 28, 1797 Hatfield, Massachusetts 31st
Alexander Newman Democratic Virginia
(15th district)
September 8, 1849 44 Cholera Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Old First Street Cemetery, Moundsville, Virginia Thomas Haymond March 4, 1849 October 5, 1804 Orange, Virginia 31st
John C. Calhoun Democratic South Carolina
(Senator)
March 31, 1850 68 Tuberculosis Washington, D.C. St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Charleston, South Carolina Franklin Elmore November 26, 1845 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1811 – November 3, 1817/previously served December 29, 1832 – March 4, 1843) March 18, 1782 Abbeville, South Carolina 31st
Franklin H. Elmore Democratic South Carolina
(Senator)
May 29, 1850 50 Neuralgia[40] Washington, D.C. First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina Robert W. Barnwell April 11, 1850 (U.S. House tenure December 10, 1836 – March 3, 1839) October 15, 1799 Laurens District, South Carolina 31st
Daniel P. King Whig Massachusetts
(2nd district)
July 25, 1850 49 Dysentery[41] South Danvers, Massachusetts King Cemetery, Peabody, Massachusetts Robert Rantoul Jr. March 4, 1843 January 8, 1801 South Danvers, Massachusetts 31st
Henry Nes Whig Pennsylvania
(15th district)
September 10, 1850 51 Unknown York County, Pennsylvania Prospect Hill Cemetery, York, Pennsylvania Joel B. Danner March 4, 1847 (previously served March 4, 1843 – March 3, 1845) May 20, 1799 York, Pennsylvania 31st
Chester Pierce Butler Whig Pennsylvania
(11th district)
October 5, 1850 52 Typhoid fever[42] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Hollenbeck Cemetery, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania John Brisbin March 4, 1847 March 21, 1798 Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 31st
John H. Harmanson Democratic Louisiana
(2nd district)
October 24, 1850 47 Unknown New Orleans, Louisiana Moreau Plantation Cemetery, Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana Alexander G. Penn March 4, 1845 January 15, 1803 Norfolk, Virginia 31st
Amos E. Wood Democratic Ohio
(6th district)
November 19, 1850 40 Erysipelas Fort Wayne, Indiana Woodville Cemetery, Woodville, Ohio John Bell December 3, 1849[43] January 2, 1810 Ellisburg, New York 31st
David S. Kaufman Democratic Texas
(1st district)
January 31, 1851 37 Heart disease Washington, D.C. Texas State Cemetery, Austin, Texas Richardson A. Scurry March 30, 1846 December 13, 1813 Boiling Springs, Pennsylvania 31st
Charles Andrews Democratic Maine
(4th district)
April 30, 1852 38 Unknown Paris, Maine Hillside Cemetery, Paris, Maine Isaac Reed

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March 4, 1851 February 11, 1814 Paris, Maine 32nd
Henry Clay Whig Kentucky
(Senator)
June 29, 1852 75 Tuberculosis Washington, D.C. Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky David Meriwether March 4, 1849 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1811 – January 19, 1814, March 4, 1815 – March 3, 1821 and March 4, 1823 – March 3, 1825/previously served December 29, 1806 – March 3, 1807, January 4, 1810 – March 3, 1811 and November 10, 1831 – March 31, 1842) April 12, 1777 Hanover County, Virginia 32nd
Robert Rantoul Jr. Democratic Massachusetts
(2nd district)
August 7, 1852 47 Erysipelas[45] Washington, D.C. Central Cemetery, Beverly, Massachusetts Charles Sumner March 4, 1851 (U.S. Senate tenure February 1, 1851 – March 3, 1851) August 5, 1805 Beverly, Massachusetts 32nd
Orin Fowler Whig Massachusetts
(9th district)
September 3, 1852 61 Bilious pneumonia[46] Washington, D.C. North Burial Ground, Fall River, Massachusetts Edward P. Little March 4, 1849 July 29, 1791 Lebanon, Connecticut 32nd
Benjamin Thompson Whig Massachusetts
(4th district)
September 24, 1852 54 Fever Charlestown, Massachusetts Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Lorenzo Sabine March 4, 1851 (previously served March 4, 1845 – March 3, 1847) August 5, 1798 Charlestown, Massachusetts 32nd
James Whitcomb Democratic Indiana
(Senator)
October 4, 1852 56 Tuberculosis New York City, New York Greenlawn Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana Charles W. Cathcart March 4, 1849 December 1, 1795 Windsor County, Vermont 32nd
William Upham Whig Vermont
(Senator)
January 14, 1853 60 Tuberculosis Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Samuel S. Phelps March 4, 1843 August 5, 1792 Leicester, Massachusetts 32nd
Alexander H. Buell Democratic New York
(17th district)
January 29, 1853 51 Erysipelas[47] Washington, D.C. Episcopal Cemetery, Fairfield, New York Bishop Perkins March 4, 1851 July 14, 1801 Fairfield, New York 32nd
Charles G. Atherton Democratic New Hampshire
(Senator)
November 15, 1853 49 Tuberculosis Manchester, New Hampshire Nashua Cemetery, Nashua, New Hampshire Jared W. Williams March 4, 1853 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1837 – March 3, 1843/previously served March 4, 1843 – March 3, 1849) July 4, 1804 Amherst, New Hampshire 33rd
Brookins Campbell Democratic Tennessee
(1st district)
December 25, 1853 44/45 "affection of the kidneys and spine"[48] Washington, D.C. Providence Presbyterian Churchyard, Greene County, Tennessee Nathaniel G. Taylor March 4, 1853 Sometime in 1808 Washington County, Tennessee 33rd
Henry Augustus Muhlenberg Democratic Pennsylvania
(8th district)
January 9, 1854 30 Congestion of the lungs[49] Washington, D.C. Charles Evans Cemetery, Reading, Pennsylvania J. Glancy Jones March 4, 1853 July 21, 1823 Reading, Pennsylvania 33rd
John F. Snodgrass Democratic Virginia
(11th district)
June 5, 1854 50 Apoplexy[50] Parkersburg, Virginia Riverview Cemetery, Parkersburg, Virginia Charles S. Lewis March 4, 1853 March 2, 1804 Berkeley County, Virginia 33rd
Presley Ewing Whig Kentucky
(3rd district)
September 27, 1854 32 Cholera Mammoth Cave, Kentucky Maple Grove Cemetery, Russellville, Kentucky Francis Bristow March 4, 1851 September 1, 1822 Russellville, Kentucky 33rd
Moses Norris Jr. Democratic New Hampshire
(Senator)
January 11, 1855 55 Tuberculosis Washington, D.C. Floral Park Cemetery, Pittsfield, New Hampshire John S. Wells March 4, 1849 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1843 – March 3, 1847) November 8, 1799 Pittsfield, New Hampshire 33rd
John Gaines Miller Whig Missouri
(5th district)
May 11, 1856 43 Unknown Marshall, Missouri Mount Olive Cemetery, Marshall, Missouri Thomas Peter Akers March 4, 1851 November 29, 1812 Danville, Kentucky 34th
Thomas H. Bayly Democratic Virginia
(1st district)
June 23, 1856 45 Consumption Drummondtown, Virginia Family cemetery, Accomac, Virginia Muscoe Russell Hunter Garnett May 6, 1844 December 11, 1810 Drummondtown, Virginia 34th
James Meacham Whig Vermont
(1st district)
August 23, 1856 46 "congestion of the brain and lungs[51] Rutland, Vermont West Cemetery, Middlebury, Vermont George Tisdale Hodges December 3, 1849 August 16, 1810 Rutland (town), Vermont 34th
John M. Clayton Whig Delaware
(Senator)
November 9, 1856 60 Following a fever attack Dover, Delaware Old Presbyterian Cemetery, Dover, Delaware Joseph P. Comegys March 4, 1853 (previously served March 4, 1829 – December 29, 1836 and March 4, 1845 – February 23, 1849) July 24, 1796 Dagsboro, Delaware 34th
Preston Brooks Democratic South Carolina
(4th district)
January 27, 1857 37 Peritonsillar abscess Washington D.C. Edgefield, South Carolina Milledge L. Bonham August 1, 1856 (previously served March 4, 1853 – July 15, 1856) August 5, 1819 Edgefield County, South Carolina 34th
Samuel Brenton Democratic Indiana
(10th district)
March 29, 1857 46 Unknown Fort Wayne, Indiana Lindenwood Cemetery, Fort Wayne, Indiana Charles Case March 4, 1855 (previously served March 4, 1851 – March 3, 1853) November 22, 1810 Gallatin County, Kentucky 35th
John Gallagher Montgomery Democratic Pennsylvania
(12th district)
April 24, 1857 51 Victim of the National Hotel disease[52] Danville, Pennsylvania Episcopal Cemetery, Danville, Pennsylvania Paul Leidy March 4, 1857 June 27, 1805 Northumberland, Pennsylvania 35th
Andrew Pickens Butler Democratic South Carolina
(Senator)
May 25, 1857 60 Dropsy Edgefield, South Carolina Butler Family Cemetery, Saluda County, South Carolina James H. Hammond December 4, 1846 November 18, 1796 Edgefield, South Carolina 35th
James Bell Whig New Hampshire
(Senator)
May 26, 1857 52 Unknown Laconia, New Hampshire Exeter Cemetery, Exeter, New Hampshire Daniel Clark July 30, 1855 November 13, 1804 Francestown, New Hampshire 35th
Thomas Jefferson Rusk Democratic Texas
(Senator)
July 29, 1857 53 Suicide[53] Nacogdoches, Texas Oak Grove Cemetery, Nacogdoches, Texas James P. Henderson February 21, 1846 December 5, 1803 Pendleton, South Carolina 35th
James Lockhart Democratic Indiana
(1st district)
September 7, 1857 51 Consumption Evansville, Indiana Oak Hill Cemetery, Evansville, Indiana William E. Niblack March 4, 1857 (previously served March 4, 1851 – March 3, 1853) February 13, 1806 Auburn, New York 35th
Josiah J. Evans Democratic South Carolina
(Senator)
May 6, 1858 71 Heart disease Washington, D.C. Ancestral home, Society Hill, South Carolina Arthur P. Hayne March 4, 1853 November 27, 1786 Marlboro County, South Carolina 35th
J. Pinckney Henderson Democratic Texas
(Senator)
June 4, 1858 50 Consumption Washington, D.C. Texas State Cemetery, Austin, Texas Matthias Ward November 9, 1857 March 31, 1808 Lincolnton, North Carolina 35th
John A. Quitman Democratic Mississippi
(5th district)
July 17, 1858 59 "presumably from the effects of National Hotel disease"[54] Natchez, Mississippi Natchez City Cemetery, Natchez, Mississippi John J. McRae March 4, 1855 September 17, 1798 Rhinebeck, New York 35th
Thomas L. Harris Democratic Illinois
(6th district)
November 24, 1858 42 Consumption Springfield, Illinois Rose Hill Cemetery, Petersburg, Illinois James C. Allen March 4, 1855 (previously served March 4, 1849 – March 3, 1851) October 29, 1816 Norwich, Connecticut 35th
Cyrus Spink Republican Ohio
(14th district)
May 31, 1859 66 Apoplexy Wooster, Ohio Wooster Cemetery, Wooster, Ohio Harrison G. O. Blake March 4, 1859 March 24, 1793 Berkshire County, Massachusetts 36th
William Goode Democratic Virginia
(4th district)
July 3, 1859 60 Consumption Boydton, Virginia Wheatland, Boydton, Virginia Roger Atkinson Pryor March 4, 1853 (previously served March 4, 1841 – March 3, 1843) September 16, 1798 Inglewood, Virginia 36th
David C. Broderick Democratic California
(Senator)
September 16, 1859 39 Killed in a duel[55][56] San Francisco, California Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, Colma, California Henry P. Haun March 4, 1857 February 4, 1820 Washington, D.C. 36th
Silas M. Burroughs Republican New York
(31st district)
June 3, 1860 49 Unknown Medina, New York Boxwood Cemetery, Medina, New York Edwin R. Reynolds March 4, 1857 July 16, 1810 Ovid, New York 36th
John Schwartz Democratic Pennsylvania
(8th district)
June 20, 1860 66 Jaundice[57] Washington, D.C. Charles Evans Cemetery, Reading, Pennsylvania Jacob K. McKenty March 4, 1859 October 27, 1793 Northumberland County, Pennsylvania 36th
George W. Scranton Republican Pennsylvania
(12th district)
March 24, 1861 49 Tuberculosis Scranton, Pennsylvania Dunmore Cemetery Hendrick Bradley Wright March 4, 1859 May 11, 1811 Madison, Connecticut 37th
Stephen A. Douglas Democratic Illinois
(Senator)
June 3, 1861 48 Typhoid fever Chicago, Illinois 636 E. 35th St. Chicago, IL[58] Orville H. Browning March 4, 1847 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1843 – March 3, 1847) April 23, 1813 Brandon, Vermont 37th
Kinsley S. Bingham Republican Michigan
(Senator)
October 5, 1861 52 Apoplexy Green Oak Township, Michigan Old Village Cemetery, Brighton, Michigan Jacob M. Howard March 4, 1859 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1847 – March 3, 1851) December 16, 1808 Camillus, New York 37th
Edward D. Baker Republican Oregon
(Senator)
October 21, 1861 50 Killed in action, Battle of Ball's Bluff Ball's Bluff, Loudoun County, Virginia San Francisco National Cemetery, California Benjamin Stark October 2, 1860 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1845 – January 12, 1847 and March 4, 1849 – March 3, 1851) February 24, 1811 London, England 37th
Thomas B. Cooper Democratic Pennsylvania
(7th district)
April 4, 1862 38 Unknown Coopersburg, Pennsylvania Woodland Cemetery, Coopersburg, Pennsylvania John D. Stiles March 4, 1861 December 29, 1823 Coopersburg, Pennsylvania 37th
Goldsmith Bailey Republican Massachusetts
(9th district)
May 8, 1862 38 Consumption[59] Fitchburg, Massachusetts Laurel Hill Cemetery, Fitchburg, Massachusetts Amasa Walker March 4, 1861 July 17, 1823 East Westmoreland, New Hampshire 37th
John Renshaw Thomson Democratic New Jersey
(Senator)
September 12, 1862 61 Unknown Princeton, New Jersey Princeton Cemetery, Princeton, New Jersey Richard S. Field March 4, 1853 September 25, 1800 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 37th
Luther Hanchett Republican Wisconsin
(2nd district)
November 24, 1862 37 "brain fever"[60] Plover, Wisconsin Plover Cemetery, Plover, Wisconsin Walter D. McIndoe March 4, 1861 October 25, 1825 Middlebury, Ohio 37th
James Pearce Democratic Maryland
(Senator)
December 20, 1862 57 Heart disease[61] Chestertown, Maryland New Chester Cemetery, Chestertown, Maryland Thomas H. Hicks March 4, 1843 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1835 – March 3, 1839 and March 4, 1841 – March 3, 1843) December 14, 1805 Alexandria, Virginia 37th
John W. Noell Democratic Missouri
(3rd district)
March 14, 1863 47 Typhoid fever Washington, D.C. St. Mary's Cemetery, Perryville, Missouri John Guier Scott March 4, 1859 February 22, 1816 Bedford, Virginia 38th
William Temple Democratic Delaware
(At-large)
May 28, 1863 49 Unknown Smyrna, Delaware St. Peter's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Smyrna, Delaware Nathaniel B. Smithers March 4, 1863 February 28, 1814 Queen Anne's County, Maryland 38th
Lemuel J. Bowden Republican Virginia
(Senator)
January 2, 1864 48 Unknown Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C. John F. Lewis March 4, 1863 January 16, 1815 Williamsburg, Virginia 38th
Owen Lovejoy Republican Illinois
(5th district)
March 25, 1864 53 "affection of the liver and kidneys"[62] and heart[63] Brooklyn, New York Oakland Cemetery, Princeton, Illinois Ebon C. Ingersoll March 4, 1857 January 6, 1811 Albion, Maine 38th
Thomas Holliday Hicks Republican Maryland
(Senator)
February 14, 1865 66 Unknown Washington, D.C. Cambridge Cemetery, Cambridge, Maryland John A. J. Creswell December 29, 1862 September 2, 1798 East New Market, Maryland 38th
Orlando Kellogg Republican New York
(16th district)
August 24, 1865 56 Unknown Elizabethtown, New York Riverside Cemetery, Elizabethtown, New York Robert S. Hale March 4, 1863 (previously served March 4, 1847 – March 3, 1849) June 18, 1809 Elizabethtown, New York 39th
Jacob Collamer Republican Vermont
(Senator)
November 9, 1865 74 Congestion of the lungs[64] Woodstock, Vermont River Street Cemetery, Woodstock, Vermont Luke P. Poland March 4, 1855 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1843 – March 3, 1849) January 8, 1791 Troy, New York 39th
Solomon Foot Republican Vermont
(Senator)
March 28, 1866 63 Following an attack of jaundice[65] Washington, D.C. Evergreen Cemetery, Rutland, Vermont George F. Edmunds March 4, 1851 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1843 – March 3, 1847) November 19, 1802 Cornwall, Vermont 39th
James Humphrey Republican New York
(3rd district)
June 16, 1866 54 Unknown Brooklyn, New York Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York John W. Hunter March 4, 1865 (previously served March 4, 1859 – March 3, 1861) October 9, 1811 Fairfield, Connecticut 39th
James Henry Lane Republican Kansas
(Senator)
July 11, 1866 52 Suicide[66] Leavenworth, Kansas U.S. Edmund G. Ross April 4, 1861 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1853 – March 3, 1855) June 22, 1814 Lawrenceburg, Indiana 39th
Henry Grider Democratic Kentucky
(3rd district)
September 7, 1866 70 Unknown Bowling Green, Kentucky Old College Street Cemetery, Bowling Green, Kentucky Elijah Hise March 4, 1861 (previously served March 4, 1843 – March 3, 1847) July 16, 1796 Garrard County, Kentucky 39th
William Wright Democratic New Jersey
(Senator)
November 1, 1866 71 Unknown Flemington, New Jersey Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Newark, New Jersey Frederick T. Frelinghuysen March 4, 1863 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1843 – March 3, 1847/previously served March 4, 1853 – March 3, 1859) November 13, 1794 Clarkstown, New York 39th
Philip Johnson Democratic Pennsylvania
(11th district)
January 29, 1867 49 "congestion of the liver"[67] Washington, D.C. Easton Cemetery, Easton, Pennsylvania Daniel Myers Van Auken March 4, 1861 January 17, 1818 Knowlton Township, New Jersey 39th
George R. Riddle Democratic Delaware
(Senator)
March 29, 1867 49/50 Unknown Washington, D.C. Wilmington and Brandywine Cemetery, Wilmington, Delaware James A. Bayard Jr. February 2, 1864 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1851 – March 3, 1855) Sometime in 1817 New Castle, Delaware 40th
Elijah Hise Democratic Kentucky
(3rd district)
May 8, 1867 64 Suicide[68] Russellville, Kentucky Maple Grove Cemetery, Russellville, Kentucky Jacob Golladay December 3, 1866 July 4, 1802 Allegheny County, Pennsylvania 40th
Charles Denison Democratic Pennsylvania
(12th district)
June 27, 1867 49 Unknown Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Forty Fort Cemetery, Kingston, Pennsylvania George W. Woodward March 4, 1863 January 23, 1818 Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania 40th
Thomas E. Noell Democratic Missouri
(3rd district)
October 3, 1867 28 Unknown St. Louis, Missouri St. Mary's Cemetery, Perryville, Missouri James Robinson McCormick March 4, 1865 April 3, 1839 Perryville, Missouri 40th
Cornelius S. Hamilton Republican Ohio
(8th district)
December 22, 1867 46 Murdered[69] Marysville, Ohio Oakdale Cemetery, Marysville, Ohio John Beatty March 4, 1867 January 2, 1821 Gratiot, Ohio 40th
Thaddeus Stevens Republican Pennsylvania
(9th district)
August 11, 1868 76 Heart disease, dropsy[70] and diarrheal disease[71] Washington, D.C. Shreiner-Concord Cemetery, Lancaster, Pennsylvania Oliver Dickey March 4, 1859 (previously served March 4, 1849 – March 3, 1853) April 4, 1792 Danville, Vermont 40th
Darwin A. Finney Republican Pennsylvania
(20th district)
August 25, 1868 54 Bright's Disease Brussels, Belgium Greendale Cemetery, Meadville, Pennsylvania Solomon Newton Pettis March 4, 1867 August 11, 1814 Shrewsbury, Vermont 40th
James Mann Democratic Louisiana
(2nd district)
August 26, 1868 46 Congestion of the brain New Orleans, Louisiana U.S. Lionel A. Sheldon July 18, 1868 June 22, 1822 Gorham, Maine 40th
James M. Hinds Republican Arkansas
(2nd district)
October 22, 1868 34 Assassinated[72] Monroe County, Arkansas Evergreen Cemetery, Salem, New York District inactive June 22, 1868 December 5, 1833 Hebron, New York 40th
Thomas Haughey Democratic Alabama
(6th district)
August 5, 1869 42/43 Assassinated[73] Courtland, Alabama Green Cemetery, Pinson, Alabama William Crawford Sherrod July 21, 1868 Sometime in 1826 Glasgow, Scotland 41st
William P. Fessenden Republican Maine
(Senator)
September 8, 1869 62 Inflammation of the bowels[74] Portland, Maine Evergreen Cemetery, Portland, Maine Lot M. Morrill March 4, 1865 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1841 – March 3, 1843/previously served February 1, 1854 – July 1, 1864) October 16, 1806 Boscawen, New Hampshire 41st
Benjamin F. Hopkins Republican Wisconsin
(2nd district)
January 1, 1870 40 Paralysis and a "complication of diseases"[75] Milwaukee, Wisconsin Forest Hill Cemetery, Madison, Wisconsin David Atwood March 4, 1867 April 22, 1829 Granville, New York 41st
Truman H. Hoag Democratic Ohio
(10th district)
February 5, 1870 53 "chills and fever"[76] Washington, D.C. Forest Cemetery, Toledo, Ohio Erasmus D. Peck March 4, 1869 April 9, 1816 Manlius, New York 41st
David Heaton Republican North Carolina
(2nd district)
June 25, 1870 47 Unknown Washington, D.C. National Cemetery, New Bern, North Carolina Joseph Dixon July 15, 1868 March 10, 1823 Hamilton, Ohio 41st
Daniel S. Norton Republican Minnesota
(Senator)
July 13, 1870 41 Consumption Washington, D.C. Green Mount Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland William Windom March 4, 1865 April 12, 1829 Mount Vernon, Ohio 41st
William Smyth Republican Iowa
(2nd district)
September 30, 1870 46 Inflammation of the bowels Marion, Iowa Oak Shade Cemetery, Marion, Iowa William P. Wolf March 4, 1869 January 3, 1824 Eden, Ireland 41st
Robert Ridgway Whig Virginia
(5th district)
October 16, 1870 47 Unknown Amherst, Virginia Family cemetery, Amherst, Virginia Richard T.W. Duke January 27, 1870 April 21, 1823 Lynchburg, Virginia 41st
John Covode Whig Pennsylvania
(21st district)
January 11, 1871 62 Heart disease Harrisburg, Pennsylvania U.S. Henry D. Foster February 9, 1870 (previously served March 4, 1855 – March 3, 1863 and March 4, 1867 – March 3, 1869) March 17, 1808 Fairfield Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania 41st
James McCleery Republican Louisiana
(4th district)
November 5, 1871 33 Consumption New York City, New York Christian Church Cemetery, Cortland, Ohio Alexander Boarman March 4, 1871 December 2, 1837 Mecca, Ohio 42nd
Thomas J. Speer Republican Georgia
(4th district)
August 18, 1872 34 Unknown Barnesville, Georgia Zebulon Street Cemetery Erasmus W. Beck March 4, 1871 August 31, 1837 Monroe County, Georgia 42nd
Julius L. Strong Republican Connecticut
(1st district)
September 7, 1872 43 Cerebro-spinal meningitis[77] Hartford, Connecticut Cedar Hill Cemetery, Hartford, Connecticut Joseph R. Hawley March 4, 1869 November 8, 1828 Bolton, Connecticut 42nd
Garrett Davis Democratic Kentucky
(Senator)
September 22, 1872 71 "Gangrenous affection of the lungs"[78] Paris, Kentucky Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky Willis B. Machen December 23, 1861 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1839 – March 3, 1847) September 10, 1801 Mount Sterling, Kentucky 42nd
James Brooks Democratic New York
(6th district)
April 30, 1873 62 Stomach cancer[79] Washington, D.C. Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York Samuel S. Cox March 4, 1867 (previously served March 4, 1849 – March 3, 1853 and March 4, 1863 – April 7, 1866) November 10, 1810 Portland, Maine 43rd
William Whiting Republican Massachusetts
(3rd district)
June 29, 1873 60 Enteritis and Nephritis[80] Boston, Massachusetts Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, Massachusetts Henry L. Pierce March 4, 1873 March 3, 1813 Concord, Massachusetts 43rd
Joseph G. Wilson Republican Oregon
(At-large)
July 2, 1873 46 Paralysis[81] Marietta, Ohio Pioneer Cemetery, The Dalles, Oregon James W. Nesmith March 4, 1873 December 13, 1826 Acworth, New Hampshire 43rd
Wilder D. Foster Republican Michigan
(5th district)
September 20, 1873 54 "Dropsy of the chest"[82] Grand Rapids, Michigan Fulton Street Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan William B. Williams December 4, 1871 January 8, 1819 Orange County, New York 43rd
Charles Sumner Republican Massachusetts
(Senator)
March 11, 1874 63 Heart attack Washington, D.C. Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Massachusetts William B. Washburn April 24, 1851 January 6, 1811 Boston, Massachusetts 43rd
David B. Mellish Republican New York
(9th district)
May 23, 1874 43 Died of unknown causes while under psychiatric care[83] Washington, D.C. Hillside Cemetery, Auburn, Massachusetts Richard Schell March 4, 1873 January 2, 1831 Oxford, Massachusetts 43rd
John B. Rice Republican Illinois
(1st district)
December 17, 1874 65 Unknown Chicago, Illinois Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois Bernard G. Caulfield March 4, 1873 May 28, 1809 Easton, Maryland 43rd
Alvah Crocker Republican Massachusetts
(10th district)
December 26, 1874 73 Acute bronchitis; congestion of the lung[84] Fitchburg, Massachusetts Laurel Hill Cemetery, Fitchburg, Massachusetts Charles A. Stevens January 2, 1872 October 14, 1801 Leominster, Massachusetts 43rd
Samuel F. Hersey Republican Maine
(4th district)
February 3, 1875 62 Unknown Bangor, Maine Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor, Maine Harris M. Plaisted March 4, 1873 April 12, 1812 Sumner, Maine 43rd
William A. Buckingham Republican Connecticut
(Senator)
February 5, 1875 70 Rheumatic fever[85] Norwich, Connecticut Yantic Cemetery, Norwich, Connecticut William W. Eaton March 4, 1869 May 28, 1804 Lebanon, Connecticut 43rd
Samuel Hooper Republican Massachusetts
(4th district)
February 14, 1875 67 Pneunomia Washington, D.C. Oak Hill Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Josiah G. Abbott December 2, 1861 February 3, 1808 Marblehead, Massachusetts 43rd
James Buffington Republican Massachusetts
(1st district)
March 7, 1875 57 Unknown Fall River, Massachusetts Oak Grove Cemetery, Fall River, Massachusetts William W. Crapo March 4, 1869 (previously served March 4, 1855 – March 3, 1863) March 16, 1817 Fall River, Massachusetts 44th
George A. La Dow Democratic Oregon
(At-large)
May 1, 1875 49 Rheumatism of the heart[86] Pendleton, Oregon Pioneer Park Cemetery, Pendleton, Oregon Lafayette Lane March 4, 1875 March 18, 1826 Syracuse, New York 44th
Andrew Johnson Democratic Tennessee
(Senator)
July 31, 1875 66 Paralysis and heart disease[87] Elizabethton, Tennessee Andrew Johnson National Cemetery, Greeneville, Tennessee David M. Key March 4, 1875 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1843 – March 3, 1853/previously served October 8, 1857 – March 4, 1862) December 29, 1808 Raleigh, North Carolina 44th
Samuel McClary Fite Democratic Tennessee
(4th district)
October 23, 1875 59 "neuralgia of the stomach and chest"[88] Hot Springs, Arkansas Mount Olivet Cemetery, Nashville, Tennessee Haywood Y. Riddle March 4, 1875 June 12, 1816 Smith County, Tennessee 44th
Orris S. Ferry Republican Connecticut
(Senator)
November 21, 1875 52 Spine disease Norwalk, Connecticut Union Cemetery, Norwalk, Connecticut James E. English March 4, 1867 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1859 – March 3, 1861) August 15, 1823 Bethel, Connecticut 44th
Henry H. Starkweather Republican Connecticut
(3rd district)
January 28, 1876 49 Pneumonia Washington, D.C. U.S. John T. Wait March 4, 1867 April 29, 1826 Preston, Connecticut 44th
Edward Y. Parsons Democratic Kentucky
(5th district)
July 8, 1876 33 "congestion of the brain"[89] Washington, D.C. Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Kentucky Henry Watterson March 4, 1875 December 12, 1842 Middletown, Kentucky 44th
Allen T. Caperton Democratic West Virginia
(Senator)
July 26, 1876 65 Angina pectoris[90] Washington, D.C. Green Hill Cemetery, Union, West Virginia Samuel Price March 4, 1875 November 21, 1810 Union, Virginia 44th
Michael C. Kerr Democratic Indiana
(3rd district)
August 19, 1876 49 "Consumption of the bowels"[91] Rockbridge County, Virginia U.S. Nathan T. Carr March 4, 1875 (previously served March 4, 1865 – March 3, 1873) March 15, 1827 Titusville, Pennsylvania 44th
Lewis V. Bogy Democratic Missouri
(Senator)
September 20, 1877 64 Malaria, followed by liver tumor[92] St. Louis, Missouri Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri David H. Armstrong March 4, 1873 April 9, 1813 Ste. Genevieve, Missouri 45th
Oliver P. Morton Republican Indiana
(Senator)
November 1, 1877 54 "paralysis of the nervous centre"[93][94] Indianapolis, Indiana Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana Daniel W. Voorhees March 4, 1867 August 4, 1823 Wayne County, Indiana 45th
John E. Leonard Republican Louisiana
(5th district)
March 15, 1878 32 Yellow Fever[95][96] Havana, Cuba Friends' (Hicksite) Cemetery, Middletown Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania J. Smith Young March 4, 1877 September 22, 1845 Fairville, Pennsylvania 45th
Terence J. Quinn Democratic New York
(16th district)
June 18, 1878 41 Unknown Albany, New York St. Agnes Cemetery, Menands, New York John M. Bailey March 4, 1877 October 16, 1836 Albany, New York 45th
Frank Welch Republican Nebraska
(1st district)
September 4, 1878 43 Apoplexy Neligh, Nebraska Forest Hills Cemetery, Jamaica Plain, Boston, Massachusetts Thomas Jefferson Majors March 4, 1877 February 10, 1835 Charlestown, Massachusetts 45th
Alpheus S. Williams Democratic Michigan
(1st district)
December 21, 1878 68 Stroke Washington, D.C. Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan John S. Newberry March 4, 1875 September 29, 1810 Deep River, Connecticut 45th
Beverly B. Douglas Democratic Virginia
(1st district)
December 22, 1878 56 "inflammation of the bowels"[97] Washington, D.C. Family burying ground, Aylett, Virginia Richard L. T. Beale March 4, 1875 December 21, 1822 Providence Forge, Virginia 45th
Julian Hartridge Democratic Georgia
(1st district)
January 8, 1879 49 Pneumonia Washington, D.C. Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia William Bennett Fleming March 4, 1875 September 29, 1829 Savannah, Georgia 45th
Gustav Schleicher Democratic Texas
(6th district)
January 10, 1879 55 Erysipelas[98] Washington, D.C. San Antonio National Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas Christopher C. Upson March 4, 1875 November 19, 1823 Darmstadt, Hesse 45th
Rush Clark Republican Iowa
(5th district)
April 29, 1879 44 Meningitis Washington, D.C. Oakland Cemetery, Iowa City, Iowa William G. Thompson March 4, 1877 October 1, 1834 Schellsburg, Pennsylvania 46th
Zachariah Chandler Republican Michigan
(Senator)
November 1, 1879 65 "Hemorrhage of the brain"[99] Chicago, Illinois Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan Henry P. Baldwin February 22, 1879 (previously served March 4, 1857 – March 3, 1875) December 10, 1813 Bedford, New Hampshire 46th
Alfred Morrison Lay Democratic Missouri
(7th district)
December 8, 1879 43 Paralysis Washington, D.C. Woodlawn Cemetery, Jefferson City, Missouri John F. Philips March 4, 1879 May 20, 1836 Lewis County, Missouri 46th
George S. Houston Democratic Alabama
(Senator)
December 31, 1879 68 "nervous prostration and fatty degeneration of the heart"[100] Athens, Alabama Athens City Cemetery, Athens, Alabama Luke Pryor March 4, 1879 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1841 – March 3, 1849 and March 4, 1851 – January 21, 1861) January 17, 1811 Franklin, Tennessee 46th
Evarts W. Farr Republican New Hampshire
(3rd district)
November 30, 1880 40 Pneumonia Littleton, New Hampshire Glenwood Cemetery, Littleton, New Hampshire Ossian Ray March 4, 1879 October 10, 1840 Littleton, New Hampshire 46th
Fernando Wood Democratic New York
(9th district)
February 14, 1881 68 "Uremic poison"[101] Hot Springs, Arkansas U.S. John Hardy March 4, 1867 (previously served March 4, 1841 – March 3, 1843 and March 4, 1863 – March 3, 1865) June 14, 1812 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 46th
Matthew H. Carpenter Republican Wisconsin
(Senator)
February 24, 1881 56 Bright's Disease Washington, D.C. Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Angus Cameron March 4, 1879 (previously served March 4, 1869 – March 3, 1875) December 22, 1824 Moretown, Vermont 46th
Michael P. O'Connor Democratic South Carolina
(2nd district)
April 26, 1881 49 Cancer Charleston, South Carolina St. Lawrence Cemetery, Charleston, South Carolina Edmund W.M. Mackey March 4, 1879 September 29, 1831 Beaufort, South Carolina 47th
Ambrose Burnside Republican Rhode Island
(Senator)
September 13, 1881 57 Heart attack Bristol, Rhode Island Swan Point Cemetery, Providence, Rhode Island Nelson W. Aldrich March 4, 1875 May 23, 1824 Liberty, Indiana 47th
Thomas Allen Democratic Missouri
(2nd district)
April 8, 1882 68 Bladder cancer[102] Washington, D.C. Pittsfield Cemetery, Pittsfield, Massachusetts James Henry McLean March 4, 1881 August 29, 1813 Pittsfield, Massachusetts 47th
Robert M. A. Hawk Republican Illinois
(5th district)
June 29, 1882 43 Apoplexy Washington, D.C. Oak Hill Cemetery, Mount Carroll, Illinois Robert R. Hitt March 4, 1879 April 23, 1839 Rushville, Indiana 47th
Benjamin Harvey Hill Democratic Georgia
(Senator)
August 16, 1882 58 Cancer of the tongue[103][104] Gurley, Alabama Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, Georgia Middleton Barrow March 4, 1877 (U.S. House tenure May 5, 1875 – March 3, 1877) September 14, 1823 Hillsboro, Georgia 47th
William M. Lowe Republican Alabama
(8th district)
October 12, 1882 40 Tuberculosis Huntsville, Alabama Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama None June 3, 1882 (previously served March 4, 1879 – March 3, 1881) June 12, 1842 Huntsville, Alabama 47th
Jonathan T. Updegraff Republican Ohio
(16th district)
November 30, 1882 60 Bright's disease Mount Pleasant, Ohio Short Creek Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, Ohio Joseph D. Taylor March 4, 1879 May 13, 1822 Mount Pleasant, Ohio 47th
Godlove Stein Orth Republican Indiana
(9th district)
December 16, 1882 65 "Blood poisoning, superinduced by cancer"[105] Lafayette, Indiana Greenbush Cemetery, Lafayette, Indiana Charles T. Doxey March 4, 1879 (previously served March 4, 1863 – March 3, 1871 and March 4, 1873 – March 3, 1875) April 22, 1817 Lebanon, Pennsylvania 47th
John W. Shackelford Democratic North Carolina
(3rd district)
January 18, 1883 38 "pneumonia and a complication of other diseases"[106] Washington D.C. Wallace Graveyard, Richlands, North Carolina Wharton J. Green March 4, 1881 November 16, 1844 Richlands, North Carolina 47th
Thomas H. Herndon Democratic Alabama
(1st district)
March 28, 1883 54 Unknown Mobile, Alabama Magnolia Cemetery, Mobile, Alabama James T. Jones March 4, 1879 July 1, 1828 Erie, Alabama 48th
Walter F. Pool Republican North Carolina
(1st district)
August 25, 1883 32 Unknown Elizabeth City, North Carolina Pool Cemetery, Elizabeth City, North Carolina Thomas G. Skinner March 4, 1883 October 10, 1850 Elizabeth City, North Carolina 48th
Marsena E. Cutts Republican Iowa
(6th district)
September 1, 1883 50 Tuberculosis Oskaloosa, Iowa Forest Cemetery, Oskaloosa, Iowa John C. Cook March 4, 1881 May 22, 1833 Orwell, Vermont 48th
Dudley C. Haskell Republican Kansas
(2nd district)
December 16, 1883 41 Physicians had "different opinions regarding the nature of his illness"[107] including Bright's Disease[108] Washington, D.C. Oak Hill Cemetery, Lawrence, Kansas Edward H. Funston March 4, 1877 March 23, 1842 Springfield, Vermont 48th
Edmund W. M. Mackey Republican South Carolina
(7th district)
January 27, 1884 37 Inflammation of the bowels Washington, D.C. U.S. Robert Smalls May 31, 1882 (previously served March 4, 1875 – July 19, 1876) March 8, 1846 Charleston, South Carolina 48th
Henry B. Anthony Republican Rhode Island
(Senator)
September 2, 1884 69 Bright's Disease Providence, Rhode Island Swan Point Cemetery, Providence, Rhode Island William P. Sheffield March 4, 1859 April 1, 1815 Coventry, Rhode Island 48th
John H. Evins Democratic South Carolina
(4th district)
October 20, 1884 54 "Bright's disease, complicated by heart affections"[109] Spartanburg, South Carolina Magnolia Street Cemetery, Spartanburg, South Carolina John Bratton March 4, 1877 July 18, 1830 Spartanburg District, South Carolina 48th
William A. Duncan Democratic Pennsylvania
(19th district)
November 14, 1884 48 Consumption[110] Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Evergreen Cemetery, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania John Augustus Swope March 4, 1883 February 2, 1836 Cashtown, Pennsylvania 48th
Reuben Ellwood Republican Illinois
(5th district)
July 1, 1885 64 Cancer Sycamore, Illinois Elmwood Cemetery, Sycamore, Illinois Albert J. Hopkins March 4, 1883 February 21, 1821 Minden, New York 49th
Joseph Rankin Democratic Wisconsin
(5th district)
January 24, 1886 52 Bright's disease Washington, D.C. Evergreen Cemetery, Manitowoc, Wisconsin Thomas R. Hudd March 4, 1883 September 25, 1833 Passaic, New Jersey 49th
John F. Miller Republican California
(Senator)
March 8, 1886 54 Complications related to a lingering Civil War head injury[111] Washington, D.C. Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia George Hearst March 4, 1881 November 21, 1831 South Bend, Indiana 49th
Michael Hahn Republican Louisiana
(2nd district)
March 15, 1886 55 Aneurysm[112] Washington, D.C. Metairie Cemetery, New Orleans, Louisiana Nathaniel Dick Wallace March 4, 1885 (previously served December 3, 1862 – March 3, 1863) November 24, 1830 Klingenmünster, Palatinate, Bavaria 49th
William H. Cole Democratic Maryland
(3rd district)
July 8, 1886 49 Bright's Disease[113] Washington, D.C. Bonnie Brae Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland Harry Welles Rusk March 4, 1885 January 11, 1837 Baltimore, Maryland 49th
Lewis Beach Democratic New York
(15th district)
August 10, 1886 51 Typhoid fever and Bright's disease[114] Cornwall, New York Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York Henry Bacon March 4, 1881 March 30, 1835 New York City, New York 49th
Austin F. Pike Republican New Hampshire
(Senator)
October 8, 1886 66 Heart disease[115] Franklin, New Hampshire Franklin Cemetery, Franklin, New Hampshire Person C. Cheney August 2, 1883 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1873 – March 3, 1875) October 16, 1819 Hebron, New Hampshire 49th
John Arnot Jr. Democratic New York
(28th district)
November 20, 1886 55 Attributed to injuries from a previous gas explosion[116] Elmira, New York Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, New York Ira Davenport March 4, 1883 March 11, 1831 Elmira, New York 49th
William T. Price Republican Wisconsin
(8th district)
December 6, 1886 62 Cancer[117][118] Black River Falls, Wisconsin Riverside Cemetery, Black River Falls, Wisconsin Hugh H. Price March 4, 1883 June 17, 1824 Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania 49th
Abraham Dowdney Democratic New York
(12th district)
December 10, 1886 45 Apoplexy New York City, New York Calvary Cemetery, New York City, New York William Bourke Cockran March 4, 1885 October 31, 1841 Youghal, Ireland 49th
John A. Logan Republican Illinois
(Senator)
December 26, 1886 60 "taken with rheumatism, and brain fever set in and caused his death"[119] Washington, D.C. United States Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Charles B. Farwell March 4, 1879 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1859 – April 2, 1862 and March 4, 1867 – March 3, 1871/previously served March 4, 1871 – March 3, 1877) February 9, 1826 Murphysboro, Illinois 49th
Edward W. Robertson Democratic Louisiana
(6th district)
August 2, 1887 64 "bronchitis, contracted during a hunting expedition in the Parish of Livingston"[120] Baton Rouge, Louisiana Magnolia Cemetery, Baton Rouge, Louisiana Samuel Matthews Robertson March 4, 1887 (previously served March 4, 1877 – March 3, 1883) June 13, 1823 Nashville, Tennessee 50th
Nicholas T. Kane Democratic New York
(19th district)
September 14, 1887 41 Tuberculosis Albany, New York St. Agnes Cemetery, Colonie, New York Charles Tracey March 4, 1887 September 12, 1846 County Waterford, Ireland 50th
Seth C. Moffatt Republican Michigan
(11th district)
December 22, 1887 46 "Blood poison from Carbuncle"[121] Washington, D.C. Oakwood Cemetery, Traverse City, Michigan Henry W. Seymour March 4, 1885 August 10, 1841 Battle Creek, Michigan 50th
James N. Burnes Democratic Missouri
(4th district)
January 23, 1889 61 Paralysis Washington, D.C. Mount Mora Cemetery, St. Joseph, Missouri Charles F. Booher March 4, 1883 August 22, 1827 Marion County, Indiana 50th
Richard W. Townshend Democratic Illinois
(19th district)
March 9, 1889 48 Pneumonia Washington, D.C. Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, D.C. James R. Williams March 4, 1877 April 30, 1840 Upper Marlboro, Maryland 51st
Edward J. Gay Democratic Louisiana
(3rd district)
May 30, 1889 73 General debility[122] and inability to "assimilate properly the food taken."[123] Iberville Parish, Louisiana Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri Andrew Price March 4, 1885 February 3, 1816 Liberty (Bedford), Virginia 51st
James Laird Republican Nebraska
(2nd district)
August 17, 1889 40 Attributed to "blood poisoning, the result of a recent operation"[124] Hastings, Nebraska Parkview Cemetery, Hastings, Nebraska Gilbert L. Laws March 4, 1883 June 20, 1849 Fowlerville, New York 51st
Samuel S. Cox Democratic New York
(9th district)
September 10, 1889 64 Peritonitis New York City, New York Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York Amos J. Cummings November 2, 1886 (previously served March 4, 1857 – March 3, 1865, March 4, 1869 – March 3, 1873 and November 4, 1873 – May 20, 1885) September 30, 1824 Zanesville, Ohio 51st
Newton W. Nutting Republican New York
(27th district)
October 15, 1889 48 Cancer of the jaw[125] Oswego, New York Riverside Cemetery, Oswego, New York Sereno E. Payne March 4, 1887 (previously served March 4, 1883 – March 3, 1885) October 22, 1840 West Monroe, New York 51st
William D. Kelley Republican Pennsylvania
(4th district)
January 9, 1890 75 "Intestinal catarrh"[126] Washington, D.C. Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania John E. Reyburn March 4, 1861 April 12, 1814 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 51st
David Wilber Republican New York
(24th district)
April 1, 1890 69 Unknown Oneonta, New York Glenwood Cemetery, Oneonta, New York George Van Horn March 4, 1887 (previously served March 4, 1873 – March 3, 1875 and March 4, 1879 – March 3, 1881) October 5, 1820 Duanesburg, New York 51st
Samuel J. Randall Democratic Pennsylvania
(3rd district)
April 13, 1890 61 "internal cancer" after a long illness [127][128] Washington, D.C. Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Richard Vaux March 4, 1863 October 10, 1828 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 51st
James B. Beck Democratic Kentucky
(Senator)
May 3, 1890 68 Heart failure[129] Washington, D.C. Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky John G. Carlisle March 4, 1877 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1867 – March 3, 1875) February 13, 1822 Dumfriesshire, Scotland 51st
James P. Walker Democratic Missouri
(14th district)
July 19, 1890 39 Apoplexy Dexter, Missouri Dexter Cemetery, Dexter, Missouri Robert H. Whitelaw March 4, 1887 March 14, 1851 Memphis, Tennessee 51st
Lewis Findlay Watson Republican Pennsylvania
(27th district)
August 25, 1890 71 Heart disease Washington, D.C. Oakland Cemetery, Warren, Pennsylvania Charles W. Stone March 4, 1889 (previously served March 4, 1877 – March 3, 1879 and March 4, 1881 – March 3, 1883) April 14, 1819 Crawford County, Pennsylvania 51st
James Phelan Jr. Democratic Tennessee
(10th district)
January 30, 1891 34 Pulmonary consumption[130] Nassau, Bahamas Elmwood Cemetery, Memphis, Tennessee Josiah Patterson March 4, 1887 December 7, 1856 Aberdeen, Mississippi 51st
Ephraim K. Wilson II Democratic Maryland
(Senator)
February 24, 1891 69 "heart failure, following an attack of cholera morbus"[131] Washington, D.C. Churchyard of Makemie Memorial Presbyterian Church, Snow Hill, Maryland Charles H. Gibson March 4, 1885 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1873 – March 3, 1875) December 22, 1821 Snow Hill, Maryland 51st
George Hearst Democratic California
(Senator)
February 28, 1891 70 Bright's Disease, heart trouble, and intestinal disorder[132][133] Washington, D.C. Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, Colma, California Charles N. Felton March 4, 1887 (previously served March 23, 1886 – August 4, 1886) September 3, 1820 Sullivan, Missouri 51st
Francis B. Spinola Democratic New York
(10th district)
April 14, 1891 70 Pneumonia Washington, D.C. Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York William Bourke Cockran March 4, 1887 March 19, 1821 Old Field, New York 52nd
Melbourne H. Ford Democratic Michigan
(5th district)
April 20, 1891 41 Apoplexy Grand Rapids, Michigan Oak Hill Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan Charles E. Belknap March 4, 1891 (previously served March 4, 1887 – March 3, 1889) June 30, 1849 Salem, Michigan 52nd
Leonidas C. Houk Republican Tennessee
(2nd district)
May 25, 1891 54 Heart disease and accidental arsenic poisoning[134][135] Knoxville, Tennessee Old Gray Cemetery, Knoxville, Tennessee John C. Houk March 4, 1879 June 8, 1836 Boyds Creek, Tennessee 52nd
John Rankin Gamble Republican South Dakota
(At-large)
August 14, 1891 43 Paralysis[136] Yankton, South Dakota Yankton City Cemetery, Yankton, South Dakota John L. Jolley March 4, 1891 January 15, 1848 Alabama, New York 52nd
William Henry Fitzhugh Lee Democratic Virginia
(8th district)
October 15, 1891 54 Heart disease[137] Alexandria, Virginia Lee Chapel, Lexington, Virginia Elisha E. Meredith March 4, 1887 May 31, 1837 Arlington, Virginia 52nd
Preston B. Plumb Republican Kansas
(Senator)
December 20, 1891 54 Apoplexy Washington, D.C. Maple Wood Cemetery, Emporia, Kansas Bishop W. Perkins March 4, 1877 October 12, 1837 Delaware County, Ohio 52nd
John W. Kendall Democratic Kentucky
(10th district)
March 7, 1892 57 Apoplexy[138] Washington, D.C. Barber Cemetery, West Liberty, Kentucky Joseph M. Kendall March 4, 1891 June 26, 1834 Morgan County, Kentucky 52nd
John S. Barbour Jr. Democratic Virginia
(Senator)
May 14, 1892 71 Heart failure[139] Washington, D.C. Poplar Hill burial ground, Prince George's County, Maryland Eppa Hunton March 4, 1889 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1881 – March 3, 1887) December 29, 1820 Culpeper, Virginia 52nd
Eli T. Stackhouse Democratic South Carolina
(6th district)
June 14, 1892 68 Heart disease Washington, D.C. Little Rock Cemetery, Little Rock, South Carolina John L. McLaurin March 4, 1891 March 27, 1824 Little Rock, South Carolina 52nd
Alexander K. Craig Democratic Pennsylvania
(24th district)
July 29, 1892 64 Jaundice[140] Claysville, Pennsylvania Claysville Cemetery, Claysville, Pennsylvania William A. Sipe February 26, 1892 February 21, 1828 Claysville, Pennsylvania 52nd
John G. Warwick Democratic Ohio
(16th district)
August 14, 1892 61 Dysentery[141] New York City, New York Protestant Cemetery, Massillon, Ohio Lewis P. Ohliger March 4, 1891 December 23, 1830 County Tyrone, Ireland 52nd
Edward F. McDonald Democratic New Jersey
(7th district)
November 5, 1892 48 Pneumonia Harrison, New Jersey Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, East Orange, New Jersey George B. Fielder March 4, 1891 September 21, 1844 Ireland 52nd
Randall L. Gibson Democratic Louisiana
(Senator)
December 15, 1892 60 Heart disease[142] Hot Springs, Arkansas Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky Donelson Caffery March 4, 1883 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1875 – March 3, 1883) September 10, 1832 Versailles, Kentucky 52nd
John E. Kenna Democratic West Virginia
(Senator)
January 11, 1893 44 Heart disease Washington, D.C. U.S. Johnson N. Camden March 4, 1883 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1877 – March 3, 1883) April 10, 1848 St. Albans, West Virginia 52nd
Leland Stanford Republican California
(Senator)
June 21, 1893 69 Heart attack Palo Alto, California Stanford Mausoleum, Stanford, California George C. Perkins March 4, 1885 March 9, 1824 Watervliet, New York 53rd
William Mutchler Democratic Pennsylvania
(8th district)
June 23, 1893 61 Heart disease Easton, Pennsylvania Easton Cemetery, Easton, Pennsylvania Howard Mutchler March 4, 1889 (previously served March 4, 1875 – March 3, 1877 and March 4, 1881 – March 3, 1885) December 21, 1831 Palmer Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania 53rd
William H. Enochs Republican Ohio
(10th district)
July 13, 1893 51 "attack of grip, which had affected his heart"[143] Ironton, Ohio Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia Hezekiah S. Bundy March 4, 1891 March 29, 1842 Middleburg, Ohio 53rd
John L. Chipman Democratic Michigan
(1st district)
August 17, 1893 63 Pneumonia[144] Detroit, Michigan Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan Levi T. Griffin March 4, 1887 June 5, 1830 Detroit, Michigan 53rd
Charles O'Neill Republican Pennsylvania
(2nd district)
November 25, 1893 72 Consumption[145] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania Robert Adams Jr. March 4, 1873 (previously served March 4, 1863 – March 3, 1871) March 21, 1821 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 53rd
William Lilly Republican Pennsylvania
(At-large)
December 1, 1893 72 "congestion of the lungs"[146] Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania City Cemetery, Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania Alexander McDowell March 4, 1893 June 3, 1821 Penn Yan, New York 53rd
George W. Houk Democratic Ohio
(3rd district)
February 9, 1894 68 Heart Failure Washington, D.C. Woodland Cemetery, Dayton, Ohio Paul J. Sorg March 4, 1891 September 25, 1825 Mount Holly Springs, Pennsylvania 53rd
Alfred H. Colquitt Democratic Georgia
(Senator)
March 26, 1894 69 Paralysis Washington, D.C. Rose Hill Cemetery, Macon, Georgia Patrick Walsh March 4, 1883 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1853 – March 3, 1855) April 20, 1824 Monroe, Georgia 53rd
Zebulon B. Vance Democratic North Carolina
(Senator)
April 14, 1894 63 Apoplexy Washington, D.C. Riverside Cemetery, Asheville, North Carolina Thomas J. Jarvis March 4, 1879 (U.S. House tenure December 7, 1858 – March 3, 1861) May 13, 1830 Weaverville, North Carolina 53rd
Francis B. Stockbridge Republican Michigan
(Senator)
April 30, 1894 68 "stomach and heart trouble"[147] Chicago, Illinois Mountain Home Cemetery, Kalamazoo, Michigan John Patton Jr. March 4, 1887 April 9, 1826 Bath, Maine 53rd
Robert F. Bratton Democratic Maryland
(1st district)
May 10, 1894 48 Unknown Princess Anne, Maryland St. Andrew's Cemetery, Princess Anne, Maryland Winder Laird Henry March 4, 1893 May 13, 1845 Somerset (now Wicomico) County, Maryland 53rd
Marcus C. Lisle Democratic Kentucky
(10th district)
July 7, 1894 31 "complication of consumption and Bright's disease"[148][149] Winchester, Kentucky Winchester Cemetery, Winchester, Kentucky William M. Beckner March 4, 1893 September 23, 1862 Winchester, Kentucky 53rd
George B. Shaw Republican Wisconsin
(7th district)
August 27, 1894 40 Malaria Eau Claire, Wisconsin Lake View Cemetery, Eau Claire, Wisconsin Michael Griffin March 4, 1893 March 12, 1854 Alma, New York 53rd
Myron B. Wright Republican Pennsylvania
(15th district)
November 13, 1894 47 Typhoid fever Trenton, Ontario, Canada Grand Street Cemetery, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania Edwin J. Jorden March 4, 1889 June 12, 1847 Forest Lake, Pennsylvania 53rd
Philip S. Post Republican Illinois
(10th district)
January 6, 1895 61 "heart failure, resulting from acute gastritis"[150] Washington, D.C. Hope Cemetery, Galesburg, Illinois George W. Prince March 4, 1887 March 19, 1833 Florida, New York 53rd
William Cogswell Republican Massachusetts
(6th district)
May 22, 1895 56 "kidney trouble"[151] Washington, D.C. Harmony Grove Cemetery, Salem, Massachusetts William H. Moody March 4, 1887 August 23, 1838 Bradford, Massachusetts 54th
Frederick Remann Republican Illinois
(18th district)
July 14, 1895 48 "nervous prostration"[152] Vandalia, Illinois South Hill Cemetery, Vandalia, Illinois William F. L. Hadley March 4, 1895 May 10, 1847 Vandalia, Illinois 54th
William H. Crain Democratic Texas
(11th district)
February 10, 1896 47 "catarrhal pneumonia"[153] Washington, D.C. Hillside Cemetery, Cuero, Texas Rudolph Kleberg March 4, 1885 November 25, 1848 Galveston, Texas 54th
Charles F. Crisp Democratic Georgia
(3rd district)
October 23, 1896 51 Heart paroxysm, preceded by malaria[154] Atlanta, Georgia Oak Grove Cemetery, Americus, Georgia Charles R. Crisp March 4, 1883 January 29, 1845 Sheffield, England 54th
Seth L. Milliken Republican Maine
(3rd district)
April 18, 1897 65 Pneumonia, along with liver and kidney complications[155] Washington, D.C. Grove Cemetery, Belfast, Maine Edwin C. Burleigh March 4, 1883 December 12, 1831 Montville, Maine 55th
William S. Holman Republican Indiana
(4th district)
April 22, 1897 74 Spinal Meningitis[156] Washington, D.C. River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana Francis M. Griffith March 4, 1897 (previously served March 4, 1859 – March 3, 1865, March 4, 1867 – March 3, 1877 and March 4, 1881 – March 3, 1895) September 6, 1822 Dearborn County, Indiana 55th
Joseph H. Earle Democratic South Carolina
(Senator)
May 20, 1897 50 Bright's Disease[157] Greenville, South Carolina Christ Churchyard, Greenville, South Carolina John L. McLaurin March 4, 1897 April 30, 1847 Greenville, South Carolina 55th
Edward D. Cooke Republican Illinois
(6th district)
June 24, 1897 47 Heart disease Washington, D.C. Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois Henry S. Boutell March 4, 1895 October 17, 1849 Cascade, Iowa 55th
Isham G. Harris Democratic Tennessee
(Senator)
July 8, 1897 79 Following an attack of the grippe[158] Washington, D.C. Elmwood Cemetery, Memphis, Tennessee Thomas B. Turley March 4, 1877 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1849 – March 3, 1853) February 10, 1818 Franklin County, Tennessee 55th
James Z. George Democratic Mississippi
(Senator)
August 14, 1897 70 Heart ailment Mississippi City, Mississippi Evergreen Cemetery, North Carrollton, Mississippi Hernando Money March 4, 1881 October 20, 1826 Monroe County, Georgia 55th
Ashley B. Wright Republican Massachusetts
(1st district)
August 14, 1897 56 Apoplexy North Adams, Massachusetts Hinsdale Cemetery, Hinsdale, Massachusetts George P. Lawrence March 4, 1893 May 25, 1841 Hinsdale, Massachusetts 55th
John Simpkins Republican Massachusetts
(13th district)
March 27, 1898 35 "heart failure, induced by gastric complications"[159] Washington, D.C. Woodside Cemetery, Yarmouth, Massachusetts William S. Greene March 4, 1895 June 27, 1862 New Bedford, Massachusetts 55th
Edward C. Walthall Democratic Mississippi
(Senator)
April 21, 1898 67 Typhoid pneumonia[160] Washington, D.C. Hillcrest Cemetery, Holly Springs, Mississippi William V. Sullivan March 4, 1895 (previously served March 9, 1885 – January 24, 1894) April 4, 1831 Richmond, Virginia 55th
Stephen A. Northway Republican Ohio
(19th district)
September 8, 1898 65 Bright's Disease[161] Jefferson, Ohio Oakdale Cemetery, Jefferson, Ohio Charles W. F. Dick March 4, 1893 June 19, 1833 Christian Hollow, New York 55th
William F. Love Democratic Mississippi
(6th district)
October 16, 1898 48 "attack of slow fever"[162] Gloster, Mississippi Gloster Cemetery, Gloster, Mississippi Frank A. McLain March 4, 1897 March 29, 1850 Liberty, Mississippi 55th
Justin Smith Morrill Republican Vermont
(Senator)
December 28, 1898 88 Pneumonia, preceded by the grippe[163] Washington, D.C. Strafford Cemetery, Strafford, Vermont Jonathan Ross March 4, 1867 (U.S. House tenure March 4, 1855 – March 3, 1867) April 14, 1810 Strafford, Vermont 55th
Nelson Dingley Jr. Republican Maine
(2nd district)
January 13, 1899 66 Heart failure, following pneumonia[164] Washington, D.C. Oak Hill Cemetery, Auburn, Maine Charles E. Littlefield September 13, 1881 February 15, 1832 Durham, Maine 55th
Denis M. Hurley Republican New York
(2nd district)
February 26, 1899 55 "Bright's disease and gout"[165] Hot Springs, Virginia Holy Cross Roman Catholic Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York John J. Fitzgerald March 4, 1895 March 14, 1843 Limerick, Rhode Island 55th
John W. Cranford Democratic Texas
(4th district)
March 3, 1899 36/37 Heart disease Washington, D.C. City Cemetery, Sulphur Springs, Texas John L. Sheppard March 4, 1897 Sometime in 1862 Grove Hill, Alabama 55th
William L. Greene People's Nebraska
(6th district)
March 11, 1899 49 Heart disease Omaha, Nebraska Kearney Cemetery, Kearney, Nebraska William Neville March 4, 1897 October 3, 1849 Pike County, Indiana 56th
Samuel T. Baird Democratic Louisiana
(5th district)
April 22, 1899 37 Endocarditis[166] Washington, D.C. Christ Church Cemetery, Bastrop, Louisiana Joseph E. Ransdell March 4, 1897 May 5, 1861 Oak Ridge, Louisiana 56th
Richard P. Bland Democratic Missouri
(8th district)
June 15, 1899 63 Cerebral congestion, nervous prostration, and catarrh, following the grippe[167] Lebanon, Missouri Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Lebanon, Missouri Dorsey W. Shackleford March 4, 1897 (previously served March 4, 1873 – March 3, 1895) August 19, 1835 Hartford, Kentucky 56th
Lorenzo Danford Republican Ohio
(16th district)
June 19, 1899 69 Heart disease[168] St. Clairsville, Ohio Friends Cemetery, St. Clairsville, Ohio Joseph J. Gill March 4, 1895 (previously served March 4, 1873 – March 3, 1879) October 18, 1829 Belmont County, Ohio 56th
Daniel Ermentrout Democratic Pennsylvania
(9th district)
September 17, 1899 62 Paralysis, following a choking incident[169] Reading, Pennsylvania Charles Evans Cemetery, Reading, Pennsylvania Henry Dickinson Green March 4, 1897 (previously served March 4, 1881 – March 3, 1889) January 24, 1837 Reading, Pennsylvania 56th
Evan E. Settle Democratic Kentucky
(7th district)
November 16, 1899 50 Heart disease[170] Owenton, Kentucky Odd Fellows Cemetery, Owenton, Kentucky June Ward Gayle March 4, 1897 December 1, 1848 Frankfort, Kentucky 56th
Monroe Hayward Republican Nebraska
(Senator)
December 5, 1899 58 Paralysis Nebraska City, Nebraska Wyuka Cemetery, Nebraska City, Nebraska William V. Allen March 8, 1899 December 22, 1840 Willsboro, New York 56th

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