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List of United States Congress members who died in office

The following is a list of U.S. senators and Representatives who died of natural and accidental causes, due to illnesses, and by suicide, while they were serving their terms. For a list of members of Congress who were murdered while they were in office during that same time (with the exception of Congressman Pinckney, as he is listed below), see List of United States Congress members killed or wounded in office.

List of senators and membersEdit

Member Death & burial
Member Party
State
(district)
Date of death Age at death (years) Cause Place of death Place of Burial
William Grayson Federalist Virginia
(Senator)
March 12, 1790 49/50 [Data unknown/missing.] Dumfries, Virginia Grayson Family Vault, Belle Aire, Virginia
Theodorick Bland Federalist Virginia
(9th district)
June 1, 1790 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Prince George County, Virginia Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D. C.
Roger Sherman Federalist Connecticut
(Senator)
July 23, 1793 72 Typhoid fever New Haven, Connecticut Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven, Connecticut
Abraham Clark Federalist New Jersey
(At-large)
September 15, 1794 68 Sunstroke New Jersey Rahway Cemetery, New Jersey
Alexander Gillon Federalist South Carolina
(5th district)
October 6, 1794 52/53 [Data unknown/missing.] Orangeburg District, South Carolina [Data unknown/missing.]
James Davenport Federalist Connecticut
(At-large)
August 3, 1797 38 [Data unknown/missing.] Stamford, Connecticut Northfield Cemetery, Stamford, Connecticut
Nathan Bryan Democratic-Republican North Carolina
(10th district)
June 4, 1798 49/50 [Data unknown/missing.] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D. C.
John Swanwick Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania
(1st district)
July 31, 1798 57/58 Yellow fever Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Saint Peter's Episcopal Churchyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Joshua Clayton Federalist Delaware
(Senator)
August 11, 1798 54 Yellow fever New Castle County, Delaware Bethel Church Cemetery, Chesapeake City, Maryland
Joshua Coit Federalist Connecticut
(At-large)
September 5, 1798 39 [Data unknown/missing.] New London, Connecticut Cedar Grove Cemetery, New London, Connecticut
Henry Tazewell Federalist Virginia
(Senator)
January 24, 1799 45 [Data unknown/missing.] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Saint Peter's Episcopal Churchyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Jonathan Nicoll Havens Democratic-Republican New York
(1st district)
October 25, 1799 42 [Data unknown/missing.] Shelter Island, Suffolk County, New York Presbyterian Church Burial Ground, Shelter Island, Suffolk County, New York
Thomas Hartley Federalist Pennsylvania
(8th district)
December 21, 1800 52 [Data unknown/missing.] York, Pennsylvania St. John's Churchyard, York, Pennsylvania
James Jones Federalist Georgia
(At-large)
January 11, 1801 31/32 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Narsworthy Hunter Federalist Mississippi
(Delegate)
March 11, 1802 45/46 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Charles Johnson Democratic-Republican North Carolina
(8th district)
July 23, 1802 49/50 [Data unknown/missing.] Savannah, Georgia Edenton Cemetery, North Carolina
John Ewing Colhoun Democratic-Republican South Carolina
(Senator)
October 26, 1802 52/53 [Data unknown/missing.] Pendleton, South Carolina Family cemetery in Pickens County, South Carolina
Isaac Bloom Democratic-Republican New York
(6th district)
April 26, 1803 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Poughkeepsie, New York Pittsbury Presbyterian Churchyard, Washington Hollow, New York
Stevens T. Mason Democratic-Republican Virginia
(Senator)
May 10, 1803 42 [Data unknown/missing.] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Family burying ground at Raspberry Plain in Loudoun County, Virginia
Daniel Hiester Democratic-Republican Maryland
(4th district)
March 7, 1804 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington D.C. Zion Reformed Graveyard, Hagerstown, Maryland
John Johns Trigg Democratic-Republican Virginia
(13th district)
May 17, 1804 55/56 [Data unknown/missing.] Bedford County, Virginia Bedford County, Virginia
Samuel J. Potter Democratic-Republican Rhode Island
(Senator)
October 14, 1804 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Kingston, Rhode Island Kingston, Rhode Island
James Gillespie Democratic-Republican North Carolina
(5th district)
January 11, 1805 57/58 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
John A. Hanna Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania
(4th district)
July 23, 1805 42/43 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Harrisburg Cemetery, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
James Jackson Democratic-Republican Georgia
(Senator)
March 19, 1806 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Christian Lower Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania
(3rd district)
December 19, 1806 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Tulpehocken Township, Pennsylvania Tulpehocken Church Burial Ground, Tulpehocken Township, Pennsylvania
Levi Casey Democratic-Republican South Carolina
(6th district)
February 3, 1807 53/54 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Abraham Baldwin Democratic-Republican Georgia
(Senator)
March 4, 1807 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Uriah Tracy Federalist Connecticut
(Senator)
July 19, 1807 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Ezra Darby Democratic-Republican New Jersey
(At-large)
January 27, 1808 39 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Jacob Crowninshield Democratic-Republican Massachusetts
(2nd district)
April 15, 1808 38 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Harmony Grove Cemetery, Salem, Massachusetts
Nehemiah Knight Democratic-Republican Rhode Island
(At-large)
June 13, 1808 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Providence, Rhode Island Nehemiah Knight Lot, Providence, Rhode Island
John Claiborne Democratic-Republican Virginia
(17th district)
October 9, 1808 30/31 [Data unknown/missing.] Brunswick County, Virginia Family burning ground, Dinwiddle, Virginia
Francis Malbone Federalist Rhode Island
(Senator)
June 4, 1809 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Samuel White Federalist Delaware
(Senator)
November 4, 1809 38 [Data unknown/missing.] Wilmington, Delaware Old Swedes Episcopal Church Cemetery, Wilmington, Delaware
James Cox Democratic-Republican New Jersey
(At-large)
September 12, 1810 56 Stroke Monmouth County, New Jersey Yellow Meeting House Cemetery, Upper Freehold Township, New Jersey
Thomas Blount Democratic-Republican North Carolina
(3rd district)
February 7, 1812 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
John Smilie Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania
(9th district)
December 30, 1812 70/71 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Robert Whitehill Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania
(5th district)
April 8, 1813 74 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Silver Spring Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Spring Hill, Pennsylvania
John Dawson Democratic-Republican Virginia
(11th district)
March 31, 1814 51/52 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Nicholas Gilman Democratic-Republican New Hampshire
(Senator)
May 2, 1814 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Jacob Hufty Federalist New Jersey
(at-large)
May 20, 1814 ? [Data unknown/missing.] Salem, New Jersey St. John's Episcopal Cemetery, Salem, New Jersey
Richard Brent Democratic-Republican Virginia
(Senator)
December 30, 1814 57 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Stafford County, Virginia
David Bard Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania
(9th district)
March 12, 1815 70/71 [Data unknown/missing.] Alexandria, Pennsylvania Sinking Valley Cemetery, Arch Spring, Pennsylvania
Jonathan Williams Democratic-Republican Pennsylvania
(1st district)
May 16, 1815 63 Gout Alexandria, Pennsylvania Laurel Hill Cemetery, Fairmount Park, Pennsylvania
Matthew Clay Democratic-Republican Virginia
(15th district)
May 27, 1815 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Halifax Court House, Virginia Old family burying ground, Pittsylvania County, Pennsylvania
John Sevier Democratic-Republican Tennessee
(2nd district)
September 24, 1815 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Alabama Territory Old Knox County Courthouse Grounds, Knoxville, Tennessee
Elijah Brigham Federalist Massachusetts
(11th district)
February 22, 1816 64 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Richard Stanford Democratic-Republican North Carolina
(8th district)
April 9, 1816 48/49 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Thomas Gholson Jr. Democratic-Republican Virginia
(18th district)
July 4, 1816 35/36 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
John Clopton Democratic-Republican Virginia
(23rd district)
September 11, 1816 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Tunstall, New Kent County, Virginia Family burying ground
John Woods Federalist Pennsylvania
(14th district)
December 16, 1816 54/55 [Data unknown/missing.] Brunswick County, Virginia Family burying ground
William C. C. Claiborne Democratic-Republican Louisiana
(Senator)
November 23, 1817 42/45 [Data unknown/missing.] New Orleans, Louisiana Metairie Cemetery, New Orleans, Louisiana
Peterson Goodwyn Democratic-Republican Virginia
(18th district)
February 21, 1818 72/73 [Data unknown/missing.] New Orleans, Louisiana Family cemetery in Dinwiddie County, Virginia
George Mumford Democratic-Republican North Carolina
(10th district)
December 31, 1818 ? [Data unknown/missing.] Rowan County, North Carolina Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Alexander C. Hanson Federalist Maryland
(Senator)
April 23, 1819 33 [Data unknown/missing.] Elkridge, Maryland Family burial ground, Elkridge, Maryland
David Walker Democratic-Republican Kentucky
(6th district)
March 1, 1820 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Nathaniel Hazard Democratic-Republican Rhode Island
(At-large)
December 17, 1820 44 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Jesse Slocumb Federalist North Carolina
(4th district)
December 20, 1820 40 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
James Burrill Jr. Federalist Rhode Island
(Senator)
December 25, 1820 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
John Linn Democratic-Republican New Jersey
(At-large)
January 5, 1821 57 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. North Hardyston Cemetery, Hardyston Township, New Jersey
William A. Burwell Democratic-Republican Virginia
(14th district)
February 16, 1821 40 [Data unknown/missing.] Boydton, Virginia Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Wingfield Bullock Democratic-Republican Kentucky
(8th district)
October 13, 1821 ? [Data unknown/missing.] Shelbyville, Kentucky Old family burying ground, Shelbyville, Kentucky
William A. Trimble Democratic-Republican Ohio
(Senator)
December 13, 1821 35 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
William Pinkney Democratic-Republican Maryland
(Senator)
February 25, 1822 57 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
James Overstreet Democratic-Republican South Carolina
(4th district)
May 24, 1822 49 [Data unknown/missing.] China Grove, North Carolina Savitz Cemetery, China Grove, North Carolina
Thomas Van Swearingen Federalist Virginia
(2nd district)
August 19, 1822 38 [Data unknown/missing.] Shepherdstown, Virginia Elmwood Cemetery, Shepherdstown, West Virginia
Ludwig Worman Federalist Pennsylvania
(7th district)
October 17, 1822 60/61 [Data unknown/missing.] Earl Township, Pennsylvania Earl Township Cemetery, Earl Township, Pennsylvania
Elijah Boardman Democratic-Republican Connecticut
(Senator)
August 18, 1823 63 [Data unknown/missing.] Boardman, Ohio Center Cemetery, New Milford, Connecticut
William Lee Ball Democratic-Republican Virginia
(13th district)
February 29, 1824 43 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
John Taylor of Caroline Democratic-Republican Virginia
(Senator)
August 21, 1824 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Caroline County, Virginia Hazelwood Farm Cemetery, Caroline County, Virginia
Nicholas Ware Democratic-Republican Georgia
(Senator)
September 7, 1824 48 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York Under the annex of Grace Church, New York City, New York
William Prince Democratic-Republican Indiana
(1st district)
September 8, 1824 41/42 [Data unknown/missing.] Princeton, Indiana Old Cemetery, Princeton, Indiana
Charles Rich Democratic-Republican Vermont
(3rd district)
October 15, 1824 53 [Data unknown/missing.] Shoreham, Vermont Family vault, Shoreham, Vermont
Patrick Farrelly Republican Pennsylvania
(18th district)
January 12, 1826 55/56 [Data unknown/missing.] Meadville, Pennsylvania Greendale Cemetery, Shoreham, Vermont
Henry H. Chambers Democratic-Republican Alabama
(Senator)
January 24, 1826 35 [Data unknown/missing.] Kenbridge, Virginia Family burial ground, Kenbridge, Virginia
John Gaillard Democratic-Republican South Carolina
(Senator)
February 26, 1826 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Christopher Rankin Republican Mississippi
(At-large)
March 14, 1826 37/38 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Nicholas Van Dyke Federalist Delaware
(Senator)
May 21, 1826 55 [Data unknown/missing.] New Castle, Delaware Immanuel Episcopal Church Cemetery, New Castle, Delaware
James Johnson Democratic Kentucky
(5th district)
August 13, 1826 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Family cemetery, Great Crossings, Kentucky
Henry Wilson Democratic Pennsylvania
(7th district)
August 14, 1826 47/48 [Data unknown/missing.] Allentown, Pennsylvania Union Cemetery, Allentown, Pennsylvania
Joseph McIlvaine Republican New Jersey
(Senator)
August 19, 1826 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Burlington, New Jersey Saint Mary's Episcopal Churchyard, Burlington, New Jersey
Robert P. Henry Democratic Kentucky
(12th district)
August 25, 1826 37 [Data unknown/missing.] Hopkinsville, Kentucky Pioneer Cemetery, Hopkinsville, Kentucky
William Wilson Democratic-Republican Ohio
(8th district)
June 6, 1827 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Newark, Ohio Cedar Hill Cemetery, Newark, Ohio
William Burleigh Republican Maine
(1st district)
July 2, 1827 41 [Data unknown/missing.] South Berwick, Maine Portland Street Cemetery, South Berwick, Maine
William Singleton Young Republican Kentucky
(11th district)
September 20, 1827 37 [Data unknown/missing.] Elizabethtown, Kentucky Elizabethtown Cemetery, Elizabethtown, Kentucky
Henry Wharton Conway Democratic-Republican Arkansas
(Delegate)
November 9, 1827 34 [Data unknown/missing.] Napoleon, Arkansas Scull Cemetery, Arkansas Post, Arkansas
George Holcombe Democratic-Republican New Jersey
(At-large)
January 4, 1828 41 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Hedge Thompson Republican New Jersey
(At-large)
July 23, 1828 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Salem, New Jersey St. John's Protestant Episcopal Churchyard, Salem, New Jersey
Gabriel Holmes Republican North Carolina
(5th district)
September 26, 1829 59/60 [Data unknown/missing.] Clinton, North Carolina John Sampson Cemetery, Clinton, North Carolina
Thomas Buck Reed Democratic Mississippi
(Senator)
November 26, 1829 42 [Data unknown/missing.] Lexington, Kentucky Old Baptist Cemetery, Clinton, North Carolina
Alexander Smyth Democratic Virginia
(22nd district)
April 17, 1830 64/65 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Robert H. Adams Democratic Mississippi
(Senator)
July 2, 1830 37/38 [Data unknown/missing.] Natchez, Mississippi Natchez City Cemetery, Natchez, Mississippi
John McLean Democratic Illinois
(Senator)
October 14, 1830 37/38 [Data unknown/missing.] Shawneetown, Illinois Westwood Cemetery, Shawneetown, Illinois
James Noble Democratic-Republican Indiana
(Senator)
February 26, 1831 45 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Rollin Carolas Mallary Democratic-Republican Vermont
(2nd district)
April 15, 1831 46 [Data unknown/missing.] Baltimore, Maryland East Poultney Cemetery, East Poultney, Vermont
Spencer D. Pettis Democratic Missouri
(At-large)
August 28, 1831 29 [Data unknown/missing.] St. Louis, Missouri [Data unknown/missing.]
William Ramsey Democratic Pennsylvania
(11th district)
September 29, 1831 52 [Data unknown/missing.] St. Louis, Missouri Ashland Cemetery, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Jonathan Hunt Republican Vermont
(1st district)
May 15, 1832 44 [Data unknown/missing.] Vernon, Vermont Old Cemetery, Brattleboro, Vermont
Charles Clement Johnston Republican Virginia
(22nd district)
June 17, 1832 37 [Data unknown/missing.] Alexandria, Virginia Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
George E. Mitchell Republican Maryland
(6th district)
June 28, 1832 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Philip Doddridge Republican Virginia
(18th district)
November 19, 1832 59 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
James Lent Democratic New York
(1st district)
February 22, 1833 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Presbyterian Cemetery, Long Island, New York
Josiah S. Johnston Democratic-Republican Louisiana
(Senator)
May 19, 1833 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Red River, Louisiana Presbyterian Cemetery, Long Island, New York
John Randolph of Roanoke Democratic-Republican Virginia
(5th district)
May 24, 1833 59 [Data unknown/missing.] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia
Alexander Buckner Democratic Missouri
(Senator)
June 6, 1833 47/48 [Data unknown/missing.] Cape Girardeau County, Missouri City Cemetery, Cape Girardeau County, Missouri
Thomas D. Singleton Nullifier South Carolina
(3rd district)
November 25, 1833 ? [Data unknown/missing.] Raleigh, North Carolina Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Thomas Bouldin Nullifier Virginia
(5th district)
February 11, 1834 52/53 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Private cemetery, Drakes Branch, Virginia
James Blair Democratic South Carolina
(8th district)
April 1, 1834 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Littleton Purnell Dennis Republican Maryland
(1st district)
April 14, 1834 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Benjamin F. Deming Anti-Masonic Vermont
(5th district)
July 11, 1834 44 [Data unknown/missing.] Saratoga Springs, New York Danville Green Cemetery, Saratoga Springs, New York
Charles Slade Democratic Illinois
(1st district)
July 26, 1834 ? [Data unknown/missing.] Vincennes, Indiana [Data unknown/missing.]
Warren R. Davis Nullifier South Carolina
(6th district)
January 29, 1835 41 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Nathan Smith Whig Connecticut
(Senator)
December 6, 1835 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven, Connecticut
Zalmon Wildman Democratic Connecticut
(At-large)
December 10, 1835 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Wooster Cemetery, Danbury, Connecticut
Elias Kane Democratic Illinois
(Senator)
December 12, 1835 41 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Evergreen Cemetery, Chester, Illinois
Richard Irvine Manning I Democratic-Republican South Carolina
(8th district)
May 1, 1836 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Trinity Episcopal churchyard, Columbia, South Carolina
David Dickson Republican Mississippi
(At-large)
July 31, 1836 42 [Data unknown/missing.] Hot Springs, Arkansas [Data unknown/missing.]
John E. Coffee Democratic Georgia
(at-large)
September 25, 1836 32/33 [Data unknown/missing.] Jacksonville, Georgia McRae Cemetery, McRae, Georgia
Robert Henry Goldsborough Whig Maryland
(Senator)
October 5, 1836 57 [Data unknown/missing.] Easton, Maryland Ashby, Talbot County, Maryland
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
Francis J. Harper Democratic Pennsylvania
(3rd district)
March 18, 1837 37 [Data unknown/missing.] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
James I. Standifer Democratic Tennessee
(4th district)
August 20, 1837 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Kingston, Tennessee Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Joseph Kent Whig Maryland
(Senator)
November 24, 1837 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Bladensburg, Maryland Unmarked grave
Jonathan Cilley Democratic Maine
(3rd district)
February 24, 1838 36 [Data unknown/missing.] Bladensburg, Maryland Elm Grove Cemetery, Thomaston, Maine
Timothy J. Carter Democratic Maine
(5th district)
March 14, 1838 37 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Elm Grove Cemetery, Thomaston, Maine
Isaac McKim Democratic Maryland
(4th district)
April 1, 1838 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Baltimore, Maryland Burying ground of St. Paul's Church, Baltimore, Maryland
Joab Lawler Whig Alabama
(3rd district)
May 8, 1838 41 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Andrew DeWitt Bruyn Democratic New York
(22nd district)
July 27, 1838 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Ithaca, New York Ithaca City Cemetery, Ithaca, New York
William Patterson Whig New York
(29th district)
August 14, 1838 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Warsaw, New York Warsaw Town Cemetery, Warsaw, New York
Eleazer Wheelock Ripley Democratic Louisiana
(2nd district)
March 2, 1839 56 [Data unknown/missing.] West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana Locust Grove Cemetery, St. Francisville, Louisiana
Albert Galliton Harrison Republican Missouri
(at-large)
September 7, 1839 39 [Data unknown/missing.] Fulton, Missouri Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
James C. Alvord Whig Massachusetts
(6th district)
September 27, 1839 31 [Data unknown/missing.] Greenfield, Massachusetts Federal Street Cemetery, Greenfield, Massachusetts
William W. Potter Democratic Pennsylvania
(14th district)
October 28, 1839 46 [Data unknown/missing.] Bellefonte, Pennsylvania Union Cemetery Bellefonte, Pennsylvania
Thaddeus Betts Whig Connecticut
(Senator)
April 7, 1840 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Union Cemetery, Norwalk, Connecticut
Anson Brown Whig New York
(11th district)
June 14, 1840 39/40 [Data unknown/missing.] Ballston Spa, New York Ballston Spa Cemetery Association, Ballston Spa, New York
Simeon H. Anderson Whig Kentucky
(5th district)
August 11, 1840 38 [Data unknown/missing.] Lancaster, Kentucky Anderson family cemetery, Lancaster, Kentucky
William Sterrett Ramsey Democratic Pennsylvania
(13th district)
October 17, 1840 30 [Data unknown/missing.] Lancaster, Kentucky Anderson family cemetery, Lancaster, Kentucky
John S. Spence Whig Maryland
(Senator)
October 24, 1840 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Berlin, Maryland Episcopal Churchyard, Lancaster, Kentucky
Felix Grundy Democratic Tennessee
(Senator)
December 19, 1840 63 [Data unknown/missing.] Nashville, Tennessee Mount Olivet Cemetery, Nashville, Tennessee
Charles Ogle Whig Pennsylvania
(18th district)
May 10, 1841 42/43 Tuberculosis Somerset, Pennsylvania Union Cemetery, Somerset, Pennsylvania
Henry Black Whig Pennsylvania
(18th district)
November 28, 1841 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Somerset, Pennsylvania Union Cemetery, Somerset, Pennsylvania
Davis Dimock Jr. Democratic Pennsylvania
(17th district)
January 13, 1842 40 [Data unknown/missing.] Montrose, Pennsylvania Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Nathan F. Dixon I Whig Rhode Island
(Senator)
January 29, 1842 67 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. River Bend Cemetery, Westerly, Rhode Island
Lewis Williams Republican North Carolina
(13th district)
February 23, 1842 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Panther Creek Cemetery, Lewisville, North Carolina
Joseph Lawrence Republican Pennsylvania
(21st district)
April 17, 1842 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
William Soden Hastings Whig Massachusetts
(9th district)
June 17, 1842 44 [Data unknown/missing.] Red Sulphur Springs, Virginia Old Cemetery, Mendon, Massachusetts
Samuel L. Southard Whig New Jersey
(Senator)
June 26, 1842 55 [Data unknown/missing.] Fredericksburg, Virginia Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Richard W. Habersham Whig Georgia
(At-large)
December 2, 1842 55/56 [Data unknown/missing.] U.S. Old Cemetery, Clarkesville, Georgia
James Wray Williams Democratic Maryland
(3rd district)
December 2, 1842 50 [Data unknown/missing.] U.S. Old Cemetery, Clarkesville, Georgia
Samuel McRoberts Democratic Illinois
(Senator)
March 27, 1843 43 [Data unknown/missing.] Cincinnati, Ohio Moore Cemetery, Waterloo, Illinois
Barker Burnell Whig Massachusetts
(10th district)
June 15, 1843 45 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Prospect Hill Cemetery, Nantucket, Massachusetts
Lewis F. Linn Democratic Missouri
(Senator)
October 3, 1843 46 [Data unknown/missing.] Ste. Genevieve, Missouri Moore Cemetery, Waterloo, Illinois
John Millen Democratic Georgia
(At-large)
October 15, 1843 38/39 [Data unknown/missing.] Savannah, Georgia Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia
Henry Frick Whig Pennsylvania
(13th district)
March 1, 1844 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Heman A. Moore Democratic Ohio
(10th district)
April 3, 1844 34 [Data unknown/missing.] Cincinnati, Ohio Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, Ohio
Pierre Bossier Democratic Louisiana
(4th district)
April 24, 1844 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Catholic Cemetery, Natchitoches Louisiana, New France
Henry R. Brinkerhoff Democratic Ohio
(21st district)
April 30, 1844 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Huron County, Ohio Pioneer Cemetery, Plymouth, Ohio
Almon Heath Read Democratic Pennsylvania
(12th district)
June 3, 1844 53 [Data unknown/missing.] Huron County, Ohio Montrose Cemetery, Shelburne, Vermont
William S. Fulton Democratic Arkansas
(Senator)
August 15, 1844 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Little Rock, Arkansas Mount Holly Cemetery, Little Rock, Arkansas
Isaac C. Bates Whig Massachusetts
(Senator)
March 16, 1845 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Bridge Street Cemetery, Northampton, Massachusetts
John Bennett Dawson Democratic Louisiana
(3rd district)
June 26, 1845 47 [Data unknown/missing.] St. Francisville, Louisiana Grace Episcopal churchyard, St. Francisville, Louisiana
Samuel G. Wright Whig New Jersey
(2nd district)
July 30, 1845 63 [Data unknown/missing.] Imlaystown, New Jersey East Branch Cemetery, Imlaystown, New Jersey
Joseph H. Peyton Whig Tennessee
(8th district)
November 11, 1845 37 [Data unknown/missing.] Gallatin, Tennessee Family burying ground, Gallatin, Tennessee
William Taylor Democratic Virginia
(11th district)
January 17, 1846 57 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Richard P. Herrick Whig New York
(12th district)
June 20, 1846 55 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Greenbush Cemetery, Rensselaer County, New York
Felix Grundy McConnell Democratic Alabama
(7th district)
September 10, 1846 37 Stabbed himself to death Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Alexander Barrow Whig Louisiana
(Senator)
December 29, 1846 45 [Data unknown/missing.] Baltimore, Maryland Family cemetery, Bayou Sara, Louisiana
Isaac S. Pennybacker Democratic Virginia
(Senator)
January 12, 1847 41 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
George Dromgoole Democratic Virginia
(2nd district)
April 27, 1847 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Brunswick County, Virginia Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Jesse Speight Democratic Mississippi
(Senator)
May 1, 1847 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Columbus, Mississippi Friendship Cemetery, Columbus, Mississippi
Edward Bradley Democratic Michigan
(2nd district)
August 5, 1847 39 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Jabez W. Huntington Whig Connecticut
(Senator)
November 1, 1847 58 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York Old Norwich Town Cemetery, Norwich, Connecticut
John Fairfield Democratic Maine
(Senator)
December 24, 1847 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Laurel Hill Cemetery, Saco, Maine
John Westbrook Hornbeck Whig Pennsylvania
(6th district)
January 16, 1848 43 [Data unknown/missing.] Allentown, Pennsylvania Allentown Cemetery, Allentown, Pennsylvania
John Quincy Adams Whig Massachusetts
(8th district)
February 23, 1848 80 cerebral hemorrhage Washington, D.C. United First Parish Church, Washington, D.C.
John M. Holley Whig New York
(27th district)
March 8, 1848 45 [Data unknown/missing.] Jacksonville, Florida Rural Cemetery, Lyons, New York
James A. Black Democratic South Carolina
(1st district)
April 3, 1848 54/55 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Columbia, South Carolina
Chester Ashley Democratic Arkansas
(Senator)
April 29, 1848 57 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. [Data unknown/missing.]
Dixon Hall Lewis Democratic Alabama
(Senator)
October 25, 1848 46 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
Alexander D. Sims Democratic South Carolina
(4th district)
November 22, 1848 45 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York First Baptist Cemetery, Darlington, South Carolina
Rodolphus Dickinson Democratic Ohio
(6th district)
March 20, 1849 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Oakwood Cemetery, Fremont, Ohio
Alexander Newman Democratic Virginia
(15th district)
September 8, 1849 44 [Data unknown/missing.] Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Old First Street Cemetery, Moundsville, Virginia
John C. Calhoun Democratic South Carolina
(Senator)
March 31, 1850 68 Tuberculosis Washington, D.C. St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Charleston, South Carolina
Franklin H. Elmore Democratic South Carolina
(Senator)
May 29, 1850 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Columbia, South Carolina
Daniel P. King Whig Massachusetts
(2nd district)
July 25, 1850 49 [Data unknown/missing.] South Danvers, Massachusetts King Cemetery, Peabody, Massachusetts
Henry Nes Whig Pennsylvania
(15th district)
September 10, 1850 51 [Data unknown/missing.] U.S. Prospect Hill Cemetery, York, Pennsylvania
Chester Pierce Butler Whig Pennsylvania
(11th district)
October 5, 1850 52 [Data unknown/missing.] U.S. Hollenbeck Cemetery, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
John H. Harmanson Democratic Louisiana
(2nd district)
October 24, 1850 47 [Data unknown/missing.] New Orleans, Louisiana Moreau Plantation Cemetery, Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana
Amos E. Wood Democratic Ohio
(6th district)
November 19, 1850 40 [Data unknown/missing.] Woodville, Ohio Woodville Cemetery, Woodville, Ohio
David S. Kaufman Democratic Texas
(1st district)
January 31, 1851 37 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Texas State Cemetery, Austin, Texas
Charles Andrews Democratic Maine
(4th district)
April 30, 1852 38 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Hillside Cemetery, Paris, Maine
Henry Clay Whig Kentucky
(Senator)
June 29, 1852 75 Tuberculosis Washington, D.C. Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky
Robert Rantoul Jr. Democratic Massachusetts
(2nd district)
August 7, 1852 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Central Cemetery, Beverly, Massachusetts
Orin Fowler Whig Massachusetts
(9th district)
September 3, 1852 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. North Burial Ground, Fall River, Massachusetts
Benjamin Thompson Whig Massachusetts
(4th district)
September 24, 1852 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Charlestown, Massachusetts Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
James Whitcomb Democratic Indiana
(Senator)
October 4, 1852 56 Tuberculosis New York City, New York Greenlawn Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana
William Upham Whig Vermont
(Senator)
January 14, 1853 60 Tuberculosis Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Alexander H. Buell Democratic New York
(17th district)
January 29, 1853 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Episcopal Cemetery, Fairfield, New York
Charles G. Atherton Democratic New Hampshire
(Senator)
November 15, 1853 49 Tuberculosis Manchester, New Hampshire Nashua Cemetery, Nashua, New Hampshire
Brookins Campbell Democratic Tennessee
(1st district)
December 25, 1853 44/45 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Providence Presbyterian Churchyard, Greene County, Tennessee
Henry Augustus Muhlenberg Democratic Pennsylvania
(8th district)
January 9, 1854 30 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Charles Evans Cemetery, Reading, Pennsylvania
John F. Snodgrass Democratic Virginia
(11th district)
June 5, 1854 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Parkersburg, Virginia Riverview Cemetery, Parkersburg, Virginia
Presley Ewing Whig Kentucky
(3rd district)
September 27, 1854 32 [Data unknown/missing.] Mammoth Cave, Kentucky Maple Grove Cemetery, Russellville, Kentucky
Moses Norris Jr. Democratic New Hampshire
(Senator)
January 11, 1855 55 Tuberculosis Washington, D.C. Floral Park Cemetery, Pittsfield, New Hampshire
John Gaines Miller Whig Missouri
(5th district)
May 11, 1856 43 [Data unknown/missing.] Marshall, Missouri Mount Olive Cemetery, Marshall, Missouri
Thomas H. Bayly Democratic Virginia
(1st district)
June 23, 1856 45 [Data unknown/missing.] Drummondtown, Virginia Family cemetery, Drummondtown, Virginia
James Meacham Whig Vermont
(1st district)
August 23, 1856 46 [Data unknown/missing.] Rutland (town), Vermont West Cemetery, Middlebury, Vermont
John M. Clayton Whig Delaware
(Senator)
November 9, 1856 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Dagsboro, Delaware Old Presbyterian Cemetery, Dover, Delaware
Preston Brooks Democratic South Carolina
(4th district)
January 27, 1857 37 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington D.C. U.S.
Samuel Brenton Democratic Indiana
(10th district)
March 29, 1857 46 [Data unknown/missing.] Fort Wayne, Indiana Lindenwood Cemetery, Fort Wayne, Indiana
John Gallagher Montgomery Democratic Pennsylvania
(12th district)
April 24, 1857 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Danville, Pennsylvania Episcopal Cemetery, Danville, Pennsylvania
Andrew Pickens Butler Democratic South Carolina
(Senator)
May 25, 1857 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Edgefield, South Carolina Butler Family Cemetery, Danville, Pennsylvania
James Bell Whig New Hampshire
(Senator)
May 26, 1857 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Laconia, New Hampshire Exeter Cemetery, Exeter, New Hampshire
Thomas Jefferson Rusk Democratic Texas
(Senator)
July 29, 1857 53 [Data unknown/missing.] Nacogdoches, Texas Oak Grove Cemetery, Nacogdoches, Texas
James Lockhart Democratic Indiana
(1st district)
September 7, 1857 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Evansville, Indiana Oak Hill Cemetery, Evansville, Indiana
Josiah J. Evans Democratic South Carolina
(Senator)
May 6, 1858 71 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Ancestral home, Society Hill, South Carolina
J. Pinckney Henderson Democratic Texas
(Senator)
June 4, 1858 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Texas State Cemetery, Austin, Texas
John A. Quitman Democratic Mississippi
(5th district)
July 17, 1858 59 [Data unknown/missing.] Natchez, Mississippi Natchez City Cemetery, Natchez, Mississippi
Thomas L. Harris Democratic Illinois
(6th district)
November 24, 1858 42 [Data unknown/missing.] Springfield, Illinois Rose Hill Cemetery, Petersburg, Illinois
Cyrus Spink Republican Ohio
(14th district)
May 31, 1859 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Wooster, Ohio Wooster Cemetery, Wooster, Ohio
William Goode Democratic Virginia
(4th district)
July 3, 1859 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Boydton, Virginia Wheatland, Boydton, Virginia
David C. Broderick Democratic California
(Senator)
September 16, 1859 39 [Data unknown/missing.] San Francisco, California Lone Mountain Cemetery, San Francisco, California
Silas M. Burroughs Republican New York
(31st district)
June 3, 1860 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Medina, New York Boxwood Cemetery, Medina, New York
John Schwartz Democratic Pennsylvania
(8th district)
June 20, 1860 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Charles Evans Cemetery, Reading, Pennsylvania
George W. Scranton Republican Pennsylvania
(12th district)
March 24, 1861 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Scranton, Pennsylvania U.S.
Stephen A. Douglas Democratic Illinois
(Senator)
June 3, 1861 48 Typhoid fever Chicago, Illinois Lake Michigan
Kinsley S. Bingham Republican Michigan
(Senator)
October 5, 1861 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Green Oak Township, Michigan Old Village Cemetery, Brighton, Michigan
Edward D. Baker Republican Oregon
(Senator)
October 21, 1861 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Loudoun County, Virginia U.S.
Thomas B. Cooper Democratic Pennsylvania
(7th district)
April 4, 1862 38 [Data unknown/missing.] Coopersburg, Pennsylvania Woodland Cemetery, Coopersburg, Pennsylvania
Goldsmith Bailey Republican Massachusetts
(9th district)
May 8, 1862 38 [Data unknown/missing.] Fitchburg, Massachusetts Laurel Hill Cemetery, Fitchburg, Massachusetts
John Renshaw Thomson Democratic New Jersey
(Senator)
September 12, 1862 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Princeton, New Jersey Princeton Cemetery, Princeton, New Jersey
Luther Hanchett Republican Wisconsin
(2nd district)
November 24, 1862 37 [Data unknown/missing.] Plover, Wisconsin Plover Cemetery, Plover, Wisconsin
James Pearce Democratic Maryland
(Senator)
December 20, 1862 57 [Data unknown/missing.] Chestertown, Maryland New Chester Cemetery, Chestertown, Maryland
John W. Noell Democratic Missouri
(3rd district)
March 14, 1863 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. St. Mary's Cemetery, Perryville, Missouri
William Temple Democratic Delaware
(At-large)
May 28, 1863 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Smyrna, Delaware St. Peter's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Smyrna, Delaware
Lemuel J. Bowden Republican Virginia
(Senator)
January 2, 1864 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Owen Lovejoy Republican Illinois
(5th district)
March 25, 1864 53 [Data unknown/missing.] Brooklyn, New York Oakland Cemetery, Princeton, Illinois
Thomas Holliday Hicks Republican Maryland
(Senator)
February 14, 1865 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Cambridge Cemetery, Cambridge, Maryland
Orlando Kellogg Republican New York
(16th district)
August 24, 1865 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Elizabethtown, New York Riverside Cemetery, Elizabethtown, New York
Jacob Collamer Republican Vermont
(Senator)
November 9, 1865 74 [Data unknown/missing.] Woodstock, Vermont River Street Cemetery, Woodstock, Vermont
Solomon Foot Republican Vermont
(Senator)
March 28, 1866 63 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Evergreen Cemetery, Rutland, Vermont
James Humphrey Republican New York
(3rd district)
June 16, 1866 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Brooklyn, New York Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
James Henry Lane Republican Kansas
(Senator)
July 11, 1866 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Leavenworth, Kansas U.S.
Henry Grider Democratic Kentucky
(3rd district)
September 7, 1866 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Bowling Green, Kentucky Old College Street Cemetery, Bowling Green, Kentucky
William Wright Democratic New Jersey
(Senator)
November 1, 1866 71 [Data unknown/missing.] Flemington, New Jersey Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Newark, New Jersey
Philip Johnson Democratic Pennsylvania
(11th district)
January 29, 1867 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Easton Cemetery, Easton, Pennsylvania
George R. Riddle Democratic Delaware
(Senator)
March 29, 1867 49/50 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Wilmington and Brandywine Cemetery, Wilmington, Delaware
Elijah Hise Democratic Kentucky
(3rd district)
May 8, 1867 64 [Data unknown/missing.] Russellville, Kentucky Maple Grove Cemetery, Russellville, Kentucky
Charles Denison Democratic Pennsylvania
(12th district)
June 27, 1867 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Forty Fort Cemetery, Kingston, Pennsylvania
Thomas E. Noell Democratic Missouri
(3rd district)
October 3, 1867 28 [Data unknown/missing.] St. Louis, Missouri St. Mary's Cemetery, Perryville, Missouri
Cornelius S. Hamilton Republican Ohio
(8th district)
December 22, 1867 46 Murdered Marysville, Ohio Oakdale Cemetery, Marysville, Ohio
Thaddeus Stevens Republican Pennsylvania
(9th district)
August 11, 1868 76 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Shreiner-Concord Cemetery, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Darwin A. Finney Republican Pennsylvania
(20th district)
August 25, 1868 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Brussels, New York Greendale Cemetery, Meadville, Pennsylvania
James Mann Democratic Louisiana
(2nd district)
August 26, 1868 46 [Data unknown/missing.] New Orleans, Louisiana U.S.
James M. Hinds Republican Arkansas
(2nd district)
October 22, 1868 34 Assassinated U.S. U.S.
Thomas Haughey Democratic Alabama
(6th district)
August 5, 1869 42/43 Assassinated Courtland, Alabama Green Cemetery, Pinson, Alabama
William P. Fessenden Republican Maine
(Senator)
September 8, 1869 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Portland, Maine Evergreen Cemetery, Portland, Maine
Benjamin F. Hopkins Republican Wisconsin
(2nd district)
January 1, 1870 40 [Data unknown/missing.] Milwaukee, Wisconsin Forest Hill Cemetery, Madison, Wisconsin
Truman H. Hoag Democratic Ohio
(10th district)
February 5, 1870 53 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Forest Cemetery, Toledo, Ohio
David Heaton Republican North Carolina
(2nd district)
June 25, 1870 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. National Cemetery, New Bern, North Carolina
Daniel S. Norton Republican Minnesota
(Senator)
July 13, 1870 41 [Data unknown/missing.] Hibbing, Minnesota Green Mount Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland
William Smyth Republican Iowa
(2nd district)
September 30, 1870 46 [Data unknown/missing.] Marion, Iowa Oak Shade Cemetery, Marion, Iowa
Robert Ridgway Whig Virginia
(5th district)
October 16, 1870 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Amherst, Virginia Family cemetery, Amherst, Virginia
John Covode Whig Pennsylvania
(21st district)
January 11, 1871 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Harrisburg, Pennsylvania U.S.
James McCleery Republican Louisiana
(4th district)
November 5, 1871 33 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York Christian Church Cemetery, Cortland, Ohio
Thomas J. Speer Republican Georgia
(4th district)
August 18, 1872 34 [Data unknown/missing.] Barnesville, Georgia Zebulon Street Cemetery
Julius L. Strong Republican Connecticut
(1st district)
September 7, 1872 43 [Data unknown/missing.] Hartford, Connecticut Cedar Hill Cemetery, Hartford, Connecticut
Garrett Davis Democratic Kentucky
(Senator)
September 22, 1872 71 [Data unknown/missing.] U.S. Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky
James Brooks Democratic New York
(6th district)
April 30, 1873 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
William Whiting Republican Massachusetts
(3rd district)
June 29, 1873 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Boston, Massachusetts Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, Massachusetts
Joseph G. Wilson Republican Oregon
(At-large)
July 2, 1873 46 [Data unknown/missing.] Marietta, Ohio Pioneer Cemetery, The Dalles, Oregon
Wilder D. Foster Republican Michigan
(5th district)
September 20, 1873 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Grand Rapids, Michigan Fulton Street Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Charles Sumner Republican Massachusetts
(Senator)
March 11, 1874 63 Heart attack Washington, D.C. Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Massachusetts
David B. Mellish Republican New York
(9th district)
May 23, 1874 43 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Hillside Cemetery, Auburn, Massachusetts
John B. Rice Republican Illinois
(1st district)
December 17, 1874 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Chicago, Illinois Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois
Alvah Crocker Republican Massachusetts
(10th district)
December 26, 1874 73 [Data unknown/missing.] Fitchburg, Massachusetts Laurel Hill Cemetery, Fitchburg, Massachusetts
Samuel F. Hersey Republican Maine
(4th district)
February 3, 1875 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Bangor, Maine Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor, Maine
William A. Buckingham Republican Connecticut
(Senator)
February 5, 1875 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Norwich, Connecticut Yantic Cemetery, Norwich, Connecticut
Samuel Hooper Republican Massachusetts
(4th district)
February 14, 1875 67 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Oak Hill Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
James Buffington Republican Massachusetts
(1st district)
March 7, 1875 57 [Data unknown/missing.] Fall River, Massachusetts Oak Grove Cemetery, Fall River, Massachusetts
George A. La Dow Democratic Oregon
(At-large)
May 1, 1875 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Pendleton, Oregon Pioneer Park Cemetery, Pendleton, Oregon
Andrew Johnson Democratic Tennessee
(Senator)
July 31, 1875 66 Stroke Elizabethton, Tennessee Andrew Johnson National Cemetery, Greeneville, Tennessee
Samuel McClary Fite Democratic Tennessee
(4th district)
October 23, 1875 59 [Data unknown/missing.] Hot Springs, Arkansas Mount Olivet Cemetery, Nashville, Tennessee
Orris S. Ferry Republican Connecticut
(Senator)
November 21, 1875 52 Spine disease Norwalk, Connecticut Union Cemetery, Norwalk, Connecticut
Henry H. Starkweather Republican Connecticut
(3rd district)
January 28, 1876 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Edward Y. Parsons Democratic Kentucky
(5th district)
July 8, 1876 33 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Kentucky
Allen T. Caperton Democratic West Virginia
(Senator)
July 26, 1876 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Green Hill Cemetery, Union, West Virginia
Michael C. Kerr Democratic Indiana
(3rd district)
August 19, 1876 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Rockbridge County, Virginia U.S.
Lewis V. Bogy Democratic Missouri
(Senator)
September 20, 1877 64 [Data unknown/missing.] St. Louis, Missouri Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri
Oliver P. Morton Republican Indiana
(Senator)
November 1, 1877 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Indianapolis, Indiana U.S.
John E. Leonard Republican Louisiana
(5th district)
March 15, 1878 32 [Data unknown/missing.] Havana, Cuba Friends’ (Hicksite) Cemetery, Middletown Township, Pennsylvania
Terence J. Quinn Democratic New York
(16th district)
June 18, 1878 41 [Data unknown/missing.] Albany, New York St. Agnes Cemetery, Menands, New York
Frank Welch Republican Nebraska
(1st district)
September 4, 1878 43 [Data unknown/missing.] Neligh, Nebraska Forest Hills Cemetery, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
Alpheus S. Williams Democratic Michigan
(1st district)
December 21, 1878 68 Stroke Washington, D.C. Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan
Beverly B. Douglas Democratic Virginia
(1st district)
December 22, 1878 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Family burying ground, Aylett, Virginia
Julian Hartridge Democratic Georgia
(1st district)
January 8, 1879 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Laurel Grove Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia
Gustav Schleicher Democratic Texas
(6th district)
January 10, 1879 55 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. San Antonio National Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas
Rush Clark Republican Iowa
(5th district)
April 29, 1879 44 Meningitis Washington, D.C. Oakland Cemetery, Iowa City, Iowa
Zachariah Chandler Republican Michigan
(Senator)
November 1, 1879 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Chicago, Illinois Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan
Alfred Morrison Lay Democratic Missouri
(7th district)
December 8, 1879 43 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Woodlawn Cemetery, Jefferson City, Missouri
George S. Houston Democratic Alabama
(Senator)
December 31, 1879 68 [Data unknown/missing.] Athens, Alabama Athens City Cemetery, Athens, Alabama
Evarts W. Farr Republican New Hampshire
(3rd district)
November 30, 1880 40 [Data unknown/missing.] Littleton, New Hampshire Glenwood Cemetery, Littleton, New Hampshire
Fernando Wood Democratic New York
(9th district)
February 14, 1881 68 [Data unknown/missing.] Hot Springs, Arkansas U.S.
Matthew H. Carpenter Republican Wisconsin
(Senator)
February 24, 1881 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Michael P. O'Connor Democratic South Carolina
(2nd district)
April 26, 1881 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Charleston, South Carolina St. Lawrence Cemetery, Charleston, South Carolina
Ambrose Burnside Republican Rhode Island
(Senator)
September 13, 1881 57 Heart attack Bristol, Rhode Island Swan Point Cemetery, Providence, Rhode Island
Thomas Allen Democratic Missouri
(2nd district)
April 8, 1882 68 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Pittsfield Cemetery, Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Robert M. A. Hawk Republican Illinois
(5th district)
June 29, 1882 43 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Oak Hill Cemetery, Mount Carroll, Illinois
Benjamin Harvey Hill Democratic Georgia
(Senator)
August 16, 1882 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Gurley, Alabama Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, Georgia
William M. Lowe Republican Alabama
(8th district)
October 12, 1882 40 Tuberculosis Huntsville, Alabama Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama
Jonathan T. Updegraff Republican Ohio
(16th district)
November 30, 1882 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Mount Pleasant, Ohio Updegraff Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, Ohio
Godlove Stein Orth Republican Indiana
(9th district)
December 16, 1882 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Lafayette, Indiana Greenbush Cemetery, Lafayette, Indiana
John W. Shackelford Democratic North Carolina
(3rd district)
January 18, 1883 38 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington D.C. Richlands, North Carolina
Thomas H. Herndon Democratic Alabama
(1st district)
March 28, 1883 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Mobile, Alabama Magnolia Cemetery, Mobile, Alabama
Walter F. Pool Republican North Carolina
(1st district)
August 25, 1883 32 [Data unknown/missing.] Elizabeth City, North Carolina Pool Cemetery, Elizabeth City, North Carolina
Marsena E. Cutts Republican Iowa
(6th district)
September 1, 1883 50 [Data unknown/missing.] U.S. U.S.
Dudley C. Haskell Republican Kansas
(2nd district)
December 16, 1883 41 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Edmund W. M. Mackey Republican South Carolina
(7th district)
January 27, 1884 37 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Henry B. Anthony Republican Rhode Island
(Senator)
September 2, 1884 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Providence, Rhode Island U.S.
John H. Evins Democratic South Carolina
(4th district)
October 20, 1884 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Spartanburg, South Carolina Magnolia Street Cemetery, Spartanburg, South Carolina
William A. Duncan Democratic Pennsylvania
(19th district)
November 14, 1884 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Evergreen Cemetery, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Reuben Ellwood Republican Illinois
(5th district)
July 1, 1885 64 Long illness Sycamore, New York Elmwood Cemetery, Sycamore, New York
Joseph Rankin Democratic Wisconsin
(5th district)
January 24, 1886 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Green Bay, Wisconsin Evergreen Cemetery, Manitowoc, Wisconsin
John F. Miller Republican California
(Senator)
March 8, 1886 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia
Michael Hahn Republican Louisiana
(2nd district)
March 15, 1886 55 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Metairie Cemetery, New Orleans, Louisiana
William H. Cole Democratic Maryland
(3rd district)
July 8, 1886 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Bonnie Brae Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland
Lewis Beach Democratic New York
(15th district)
August 10, 1886 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Cornwall, New York Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
Austin F. Pike Republican New Hampshire
(Senator)
October 8, 1886 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Franklin, New Hampshire Franklin Cemetery, Franklin, New Hampshire
John Arnot Jr. Democratic New York
(28th district)
November 20, 1886 55 [Data unknown/missing.] Elmira, New York Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, New York
William T. Price Republican Wisconsin
(8th district)
December 6, 1886 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Black River Falls, Wisconsin Riverside Cemetery, Black River Falls, Wisconsin
Abraham Dowdney Democratic New York
(12th district)
December 10, 1886 45 [Data unknown/missing.] Black River Falls, Wisconsin Calvary Cemetery, New York City, New York
John A. Logan Republican Illinois
(Senator)
December 26, 1886 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. United States Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Edward W. Robertson Democratic Louisiana
(6th district)
August 2, 1887 64 [Data unknown/missing.] Baton Rouge, Louisiana Magnolia Cemetery, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Nicholas T. Kane Democratic New York
(19th district)
September 14, 1887 41 Tuberculosis Albany, New York St. Agnes Cemetery, Colonie, New York
Seth C. Moffatt Republican Michigan
(11th district)
December 22, 1887 46 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Oakwood Cemetery, Traverse City, Michigan
James N. Burnes Democratic Missouri
(4th district)
January 23, 1889 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Mount Mora Cemetery, Buchanan County, Missouri
Richard W. Townshend Democratic Illinois
(19th district)
March 9, 1889 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Rock Creek Cemetery, Upper Marlboro, Maryland
Edward J. Gay Democratic Louisiana
(3rd district)
May 30, 1889 73 [Data unknown/missing.] Iberville Parish, Louisiana Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri
James Laird Republican Nebraska
(2nd district)
August 17, 1889 40 [Data unknown/missing.] Hastings, New York Parkview Cemetery, Hastings, New York
Samuel S. Cox Democratic New York
(9th district)
September 10, 1889 64 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
Newton W. Nutting Republican New York
(27th district)
October 15, 1889 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Oswego, New York Riverside Cemetery, Oswego, New York
William D. Kelley Republican Pennsylvania
(4th district)
January 9, 1890 75 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
David Wilber Republican New York
(24th district)
April 1, 1890 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Oneonta, New York Glenwood Cemetery, Oneonta, New York
Samuel J. Randall Democratic Pennsylvania
(3rd district)
April 13, 1890 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
James B. Beck Democratic Kentucky
(Senator)
May 3, 1890 68 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
James P. Walker Democratic Missouri
(14th district)
July 19, 1890 39 [Data unknown/missing.] Dexter, Missouri Dexter Cemetery, Dexter, Missouri
Lewis Findlay Watson Republican Pennsylvania
(27th district)
August 25, 1890 71 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Oakland Cemetery, Warren, Pennsylvania
James Phelan Jr. Democratic Tennessee
(10th district)
January 30, 1891 34 [Data unknown/missing.] Nassau County, Florida Elmwood Cemetery, Memphis, Tennessee
Ephraim K. Wilson II Democratic Maryland
(Senator)
February 24, 1891 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Churchyard of Makemie Memorial Presbyterian Church, Snow Hill, Maryland
George Hearst Democratic California
(Senator)
February 28, 1891 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Cypress Lawn Cemetery, Colma, California
Francis B. Spinola Democratic New York
(10th district)
April 14, 1891 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
Melbourne H. Ford Democratic Michigan
(5th district)
April 20, 1891 41 [Data unknown/missing.] Grand Rapids, Michigan Oak Hill Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Leonidas C. Houk Republican Tennessee
(2nd district)
May 25, 1891 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Knoxville, Tennessee Old Gray Cemetery, Knoxville, Tennessee
John Rankin Gamble Republican South Dakota
(At-large)
August 14, 1891 43 [Data unknown/missing.] Yankton, South Dakota Yankton City Cemetery, Yankton, South Dakota
William Henry Fitzhugh Lee Democratic Virginia
(8th district)
October 15, 1891 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Alexandria, Virginia Lee Chapel, Lexington, Virginia
Preston B. Plumb Republican Kansas
(Senator)
December 20, 1891 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Maple Wood Cemetery, Emporia, Ohio
John W. Kendall Democratic Kentucky
(10th district)
March 7, 1892 57 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Barber Cemetery, West Liberty, Kentucky
John S. Barbour Jr. Democratic Virginia
(Senator)
May 14, 1892 71 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Burial ground, Prince George's County, Maryland
Eli T. Stackhouse Democratic South Carolina
(6th district)
June 14, 1892 68 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Little Rock Cemetery, Little Rock, South Carolina
Alexander K. Craig Democratic Pennsylvania
(24th district)
July 29, 1892 64 [Data unknown/missing.] Claysville, Pennsylvania Claysville Cemetery, Claysville, Pennsylvania
John G. Warwick Democratic Ohio
(16th district)
August 14, 1892 61 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York Protestant Cemetery, Massillon, Ohio
Edward F. McDonald Democratic New Jersey
(7th district)
November 5, 1892 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Harrison, New York Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, East Orange, New Jersey
Randall L. Gibson Democratic Louisiana
(Senator)
December 15, 1892 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Hot Springs, Arkansas Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky
John E. Kenna Democratic West Virginia
(Senator)
January 11, 1893 44 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Leland Stanford Republican California
(Senator)
June 21, 1893 69 Heart attack Palo Alto, California U.S.
William Mutchler Democratic Pennsylvania
(8th district)
June 23, 1893 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Easton, Pennsylvania Easton Cemetery, Easton, Pennsylvania
William H. Enochs Republican Ohio
(10th district)
July 13, 1893 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Ironton, Ohio Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia
John L. Chipman Democratic Michigan
(1st district)
August 17, 1893 63 [Data unknown/missing.] Detroit, Michigan Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan
Charles O'Neill Republican Pennsylvania
(2nd district)
November 25, 1893 72 Tuberculosis[1] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania
William Lilly Republican Pennsylvania
(At-large)
December 1, 1893 72 [Data unknown/missing.] Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania City Cemetery, Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania
George W. Houk Democratic Ohio
(3rd district)
February 9, 1894 68 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Woodland Cemetery, Dayton, Ohio
Alfred H. Colquitt Democratic Georgia
(Senator)
March 26, 1894 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Zebulon B. Vance Democratic North Carolina
(Senator)
April 14, 1894 63 [Data unknown/missing.] North Carolina U.S.
Francis B. Stockbridge Republican Michigan
(Senator)
April 30, 1894 68 [Data unknown/missing.] Chicago, Illinois Mountain Home Cemetery, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Robert F. Bratton Democratic Maryland
(1st district)
May 10, 1894 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Princess Anne, Maryland St. Andrew's Cemetery, Princess Anne, Maryland
Marcus C. Lisle Democratic Kentucky
(10th district)
July 7, 1894 31 [Data unknown/missing.] Winchester, Kentucky Winchester Cemetery, Winchester, Kentucky
George B. Shaw Republican Wisconsin
(7th district)
August 27, 1894 40 [Data unknown/missing.] Eau Claire, Wisconsin Lake View Cemetery, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Myron B. Wright Republican Pennsylvania
(15th district)
November 13, 1894 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Trenton, Ontario, Canada Grand Street Cemetery, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
Philip S. Post Republican Illinois
(10th district)
January 6, 1895 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Hope Cemetery, Galesburg, Illinois
William Cogswell Republican Massachusetts
(6th district)
May 22, 1895 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Harmony Grove Cemetery, Salem, Massachusetts
Frederick Remann Republican Illinois
(18th district)
July 14, 1895 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Vandalia, Illinois South Hill Cemetery, Vandalia, Illinois
William H. Crain Democratic Texas
(11th district)
February 10, 1896 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Hillside Cemetery, Cuero, Texas
Charles F. Crisp Democratic Georgia
(3rd district)
October 23, 1896 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Atlanta, Georgia Oak Grove Cemetery, Americus, Georgia
Seth L. Milliken Republican Maine
(3rd district)
April 18, 1897 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Grove Cemetery, Belfast, Maine
William S. Holman Republican Indiana
(4th district)
April 22, 1897 74 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Dearborn County, Indiana
Joseph H. Earle Democratic South Carolina
(Senator)
May 20, 1897 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Greenville, South Carolina Christ Churchyard, Greenville, South Carolina
Edward D. Cooke Republican Illinois
(6th district)
June 24, 1897 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois
Isham G. Harris Democratic Tennessee
(Senator)
July 8, 1897 79 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Elmwood Cemetery, Memphis, Tennessee
James Z. George Democratic Mississippi
(Senator)
August 14, 1897 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Gulfport, Mississippi U.S.
Ashley B. Wright Republican Massachusetts
(1st district)
August 14, 1897 56 [Data unknown/missing.] North Adams, Massachusetts Hinsdale Cemetery, Hinsdale, Massachusetts
John Simpkins Republican Massachusetts
(13th district)
March 27, 1898 35 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Woodside Cemetery, Yarmouth, Massachusetts
Edward C. Walthall Democratic Mississippi
(Senator)
April 21, 1898 67 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Hill Crest Cemetery, Holly Springs, Mississippi
Stephen A. Northway Republican Ohio
(19th district)
September 8, 1898 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Jefferson, Ohio Oakdale Cemetery, Jefferson, Ohio
William F. Love Democratic Mississippi
(6th district)
October 16, 1898 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Gloster, Mississippi Gloster Cemetery, Gloster, Mississippi
Justin Smith Morrill Republican Vermont
(Senator)
December 28, 1898 88 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Strafford Cemetery, Strafford, Vermont
Nelson Dingley Jr. Republican Maine
(2nd district)
January 13, 1899 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Oak Hill Cemetery, Auburn, Maine
Denis M. Hurley Republican New York
(2nd district)
February 26, 1899 55 [Data unknown/missing.] Hot Springs, Virginia Holy Cross Roman Catholic Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
John W. Cranford Democratic Texas
(4th district)
March 3, 1899 36/37 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. City Cemetery, Sulphur Springs, Texas
William L. Greene People's Nebraska
(6th district)
March 11, 1899 49 [Data unknown/missing.] U.S. Kearney Cemetery, Sulphur Springs, Texas
Samuel T. Baird Democratic Louisiana
(5th district)
April 22, 1899 37 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Christ Church Cemetery, Bastrop, Louisiana
Richard P. Bland Democratic Missouri
(8th district)
June 15, 1899 63 [Data unknown/missing.] Lebanon, Missouri Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Lebanon, Missouri
Lorenzo Danford Republican Ohio
(16th district)
June 19, 1899 69 [Data unknown/missing.] St. Clairsville, Ohio Friends Cemetery, St. Clairsville, Ohio
Daniel Ermentrout Democratic Pennsylvania
(9th district)
September 17, 1899 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Reading, Pennsylvania Charles Evans Cemetery, Reading, Pennsylvania
Evan E. Settle Democratic Kentucky
(7th district)
November 16, 1899 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Owenton, Kentucky Odd Fellows Cemetery, Owenton, Kentucky
Monroe Hayward Republican Nebraska
(Senator)
December 5, 1899 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Nebraska City, Nebraska Wyuka Cemetery, Willsboro, New York
Charles A. Chickering Republican New York
(24th district)
February 13, 1900 56 Fell out a window New York City, New York Riverside Cemetery, Copenhagen, New York
Sidney Parham Epes Democratic Virginia
(4th district)
March 3, 1900 34 peritonitis Washington, D.C. Lake View Cemetery, Blackstone, Virginia
Alfred C. Harmer Republican Pennsylvania
(5th district)
March 6, 1900 74 [Data unknown/missing.] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania
John H. Hoffecker Republican Delaware
(At-large)
June 16, 1900 72 Stroke Smyrna, Delaware Glenwood Cemetery, Smyrna, Delware
John H. Gear Republican Iowa
(Senator)
July 14, 1900 75 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Aspen Grove Cemetery, Burlington, Iowa
William Davis Daly Democratic New Jersey
(7th district)
July 31, 1900 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Hoboken, New Jersey Bayview Cemetery, Jersey City, New Jersey
Cushman Kellogg Davis Republican Minnesota
(Senator)
November 27, 1900 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Saint Paul, Minnesota U.S.
Richard Alsop Wise Republican Virginia
(2nd district)
December 21, 1900 57 [Data unknown/missing.] Williamsburg, Virginia Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia
Frank G. Clarke Republican New Hampshire
(2nd district)
January 9, 1901 50 Aneurysm Peterborough, New Hampshire Pine Hill Cemetery, Peterborough, New Hampshire
Albert D. Shaw Republican New York
(24th district)
February 10, 1901 59 Stroke (reported by physician as apoplexy)[2] Washington, D.C. Brookside Cemetery, Watertown, New York
Marriott Henry Brosius Republican Pennsylvania
(10th district)
March 16, 1901 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Lancaster, Pennsylvania Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
Rousseau Owen Crump Republican Michigan
(10th district)
May 1, 1901 57 [Data unknown/missing.] West Bay City, Michigan Elm Lawn Cemetery, Bay City, Michigan
Robert E. Burke Democratic Texas
(6th district)
June 5, 1901 53 [Data unknown/missing.] Dallas, Texas Greenwood Cemetery, Dallas, Texas
James H. Kyle Republican South Dakota
(Senator)
July 1, 1901 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Aberdeen, South Dakota U.S.
J. William Stokes Democratic South Carolina
(7th district)
July 6, 1901 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Orangeburg, South Carolina Sunnyside Cemetery, Orangeburg, South Carolina
William Joyce Sewell Republican New Jersey
(Senator)
December 27, 1901 66 Complications from heart disease and diabetes Camden, New Jersey Harleigh Cemetery, Camden, New Jersey
Rufus King Polk Democratic Pennsylvania
(17th district)
March 5, 1902 35 [Data unknown/missing.] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Fairview Cemetery, Danville, Pennsylvania
Amos J. Cummings Democratic New York
(10th district)
May 2, 1902 63 [Data unknown/missing.] Baltimore, Maryland Clinton Cemetery, Irvington, New Jersey
Peter J. Otey Democratic Virginia
(6th district)
May 4, 1902 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Lynchburg, Virginia Presbyterian Cemetery, Lynchburg, Virginia
Joshua S. Salmon Democratic New Jersey
(4th district)
May 6, 1902 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Boonton, New Jersey Greenwood Cemetery, Boonton, New Jersey
James McMillan Republican Michigan
(Senator)
August 10, 1902 64 [Data unknown/missing.] Manchester, Massachusetts Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan
Reese C. De Graffenreid Democratic Texas
(3rd district)
August 29, 1902 43 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Greenwood Cemetery, Longview, Texas
John Levi Sheppard Democratic Texas
(4th district)
October 11, 1902 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Texarkana, Texas Rose Hill Cemetery, Texarkana, Texas
Charles Addison Russell Republican Connecticut
(3rd district)
October 23, 1902 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Killingly, Connecticut High Street Cemetery, Killingly, Connecticut
Thomas H. Tongue Republican Oregon
(1st district)
January 11, 1903 58 Heart failure Washington, D.C. U.S.
John N. W. Rumple Republican Iowa
(2nd district)
January 31, 1903 61 Cancer of the neck Chicago, Illinois Odd Fellows Cemetery, Marengo, Illinois
James M. Moody Republican North Carolina
(9th district)
February 5, 1903 44 [Data unknown/missing.] Waynesville, North Carolina Green Hill Cemetery, Waynesville, North Carolina
Robert H. Foerderer Republican Pennsylvania
(4th district)
July 26, 1903 43 [Data unknown/missing.] Frankenhausen, Germany Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Vincent Boreing Republican Kentucky
(11th district)
September 16, 1903 63 [Data unknown/missing.] London, Kentucky Pine Grove Cemetery, London, Kentucky
Henry Burk Republican Pennsylvania
(3rd district)
December 5, 1903 53 [Data unknown/missing.] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S.
William W. Skiles Republican Ohio
(14th district)
January 9, 1904 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Shelby, Ohio U.S.
Mark Hanna Republican Ohio
(Senator)
February 15, 1904 66 Typhoid fever Washington, D.C. U.S.
George W. Croft Democratic South Carolina
(2nd district)
March 10, 1904 57 Infection from a splinter Washington, D.C. Aiken, South Carolina
Charles Winston Thompson Democratic Alabama
(5th district)
March 20, 1904 43 Pneumonia Washington, D.C. Aiken, South Carolina
Matthew Quay Republican Pennsylvania
(Senator)
May 28, 1904 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Beaver, Pennsylvania U.S.
George Frisbie Hoar Republican Massachusetts
(Senator)
September 30, 1904 78 [Data unknown/missing.] Worcester, Massachusetts U.S.
William F. Mahoney Democratic Illinois
(8th district)
December 27, 1904 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Chicago, Illinois Calvary Cemetery, Evanston, Illinois
Norton P. Otis Republican New York
(19th district)
February 20, 1905 64 [Data unknown/missing.] Westchester County, New York Oakland Cemetery, Yonkers, New York
William B. Bate Democratic Tennessee
(Senator)
March 9, 1905 78 Pneumonia Washington, D.C. Mount Olivet Cemetery, Nashville, Tennessee
Orville H. Platt Republican Connecticut
(Senator)
April 21, 1905 77 [Data unknown/missing.] Meriden, Connecticut Cemetery on the Green, Washington, Connecticut
John M. Pinckney Democratic Texas
(8th district)
April 24, 1905 59 Assassination Hempstead, Texas River View Cemetery, Portland, Oregon
Benjamin F. Marsh Republican Illinois
(14th district)
June 2, 1905 64/65 [Data unknown/missing.] Warsaw, Illinois Oakland Cemetery, Warsaw, Illinois
John H. Mitchell Republican Oregon
(Senator)
December 8, 1905 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Portland, Oregon River View Cemetery, Portland, Oregon
George A. Castor Republican Pennsylvania
(3rd district)
February 19, 1906 50 Complications due to cerebral hemorrhaging Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S.
George Robert Patterson Republican Pennsylvania
(12th district)
March 21, 1906 42 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Robert Adams Jr. Republican Pennsylvania
(2nd district)
June 1, 1906 57 Suicide Washington, D.C. U.S.
Arthur P. Gorman Democratic Maryland
(Senator)
June 4, 1906 67 Heart attack Washington, D.C. Oak Hill Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Rufus E. Lester Republican Georgia
(1st district)
June 16, 1906 68 Fell through the skylight of an apartment building Washington, D.C. Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia
Henry Cullen Adams Republican Wisconsin
(2nd district)
July 9, 1906 55 "Intestinal illness" Chicago, Illinois Madison, Wisconsin
Robert R. Hitt Republican Illinois
(13th district)
September 20, 1906 72 [Data unknown/missing.] Narragansett Pier, Rhode Island Oakwood Cemetery, Mount Morris, Illinois
Rockwood Hoar Republican Massachusetts
(3rd district)
November 1, 1906 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Worcester, Massachusetts U.S.
John H. Ketcham Republican New York
(21st district)
November 4, 1906 73 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York Valley View Cemetery, Dover Plains, New York
Russell A. Alger Republican Michigan
(Senator)
January 24, 1907 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan
William H. Flack Republican New York
(26th district)
February 2, 1907 45 [Data unknown/missing.] Malone, New York Morningside Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan
John Franklin Rixey Democratic Virginia
(8th district)
February 8, 1907 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Fairview Cemetery, Culpeper, Virginia
John T. Morgan Democratic Alabama
(Senator)
June 11, 1907 82 Heart attack Washington, D.C. Live Oak Cemetery, Selma, Alabama
Edmund Pettus Democratic Alabama
(Senator)
July 27, 1907 86 [Data unknown/missing.] Hot Springs, North Carolina Live Oak Cemetery, Selma, Alabama
Campbell Slemp Republican Virginia
(9th district)
October 13, 1907 67 [Data unknown/missing.] U.S. Lee County, Virginia
George W. Smith Republican Illinois
(25th district)
November 30, 1907 61 [Data unknown/missing.] U.S. Murphysboro, Illinois
Stephen R. Mallory Jr. Democratic Florida
(Senator)
December 23, 1907 59 [Data unknown/missing.] Pensacola, Florida St. Michael’s Cemetery, Pensacola, Florida
Asbury Latimer Democratic South Carolina
(Senator)
February 20, 1908 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Belton Cemetery, Belton, South Carolina
Redfield Proctor Republican Vermont
(Senator)
March 4, 1908 76 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. South Street Cemetery, Proctor, Vermont
Adolph Meyer Democratic Louisiana
(1st district)
March 8, 1908 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
William P. Whyte Democratic Maryland
(Senator)
March 17, 1908 83 [Data unknown/missing.] Baltimore, Maryland Green Mount Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland
William J. Bryan Democratic Florida
(Senator)
March 22, 1908 31 Typhoid fever Washington, D.C. Evergreen Cemetery, Jacksonville, Florida
Abraham L. Brick Republican Indiana
(13th district)
April 7, 1908 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Indianapolis, Indiana Riverview Cemetery, South Bend, Indiana
Charles T. Dunwell Republican New York
(3rd district)
June 12, 1908 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Brooklyn, New York Evergreens Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
Ariosto A. Wiley Democratic Alabama
(2nd district)
June 17, 1908 59 [Data unknown/missing.] Hot Springs, Virginia Oakwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama
William H. Parker Republican South Dakota
(At-large)
June 26, 1908 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Deadwood, South Dakota Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia
Llewellyn Powers Republican Maine
(4th district)
July 28, 1908 71 [Data unknown/missing.] Houlton, Maine West Pittsfield Cemetery, Pittsfield, Maine
William B. Allison Republican Iowa
(Senator)
August 4, 1908 79 [Data unknown/missing.] Dubuque, Iowa U.S.
Robert C. Davey Democratic Louisiana
(2nd district)
December 26, 1908 55 [Data unknown/missing.] New Orleans, Louisiana Metairie Cemetery, New Orleans, Louisiana
Daniel L. D. Granger Democratic Rhode Island
(1st district)
February 14, 1909 56 Heart failure Washington, D.C. Swan Point Cemetery, Providence, Rhode Island
Francis W. Cushman Republican Washington
(At-large)
July 6, 1909 42 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York Tacoma Cemetery, Tacoma, Washington
Martin N. Johnson Republican North Dakota
(Senator)
October 21, 1909 59 Bright's disease Fargo, North Dakota City Cemetery, Petersburg, North Dakota
Francis R. Lassiter Democratic Virginia
(4th district)
October 31, 1909 43 [Data unknown/missing.] Petersburg, Virginia Blanford Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia
David A. De Armond Democratic Missouri
(6th district)
November 23, 1909 65 House fire Butler, Missouri Oak Hill Cemetery, Butler, Missouri
Anselm J. McLaurin Democratic Mississippi
(Senator)
December 22, 1909 61 Heart disease Brandon, Mississippi U.S.
James M. Griggs Democratic Georgia
(2nd district)
January 5, 1910 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Dawson, Georgia Cedar Hill Cemetery, Dawson, Georgia
William C. Lovering Republican Massachusetts
(14th district)
February 4, 1910 74 Pneumonia Washington, D.C. Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Taunton, Massachusetts
James Breck Perkins Republican New York
(32nd district)
March 11, 1910 62 [Data unknown/missing.] U.S. U.S.
Samuel D. McEnery Democratic Louisiana
(Senator)
June 28, 1910 73 [Data unknown/missing.] New Orleans, Louisiana U.S. Metairie Cemetery, New Orleans, Louisiana
John W. Daniel Democratic Virginia
(Senator)
June 29, 1910 67 Cerebral hemorrhage Lynchburg, Virginia U.S. U.S.
Walter P. Brownlow Republican Tennessee
(1st district)
July 8, 1910 59 [Data unknown/missing.] Johnson City, Tennessee U.S. Mountain Home National Cemetery, Johnson City, Tennessee
Samuel L. Gilmore Democratic Louisiana
(2nd district)
July 18, 1910 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Abita Springs, Louisiana Metairie Cemetery, New Orleans, Louisiana
Charles Q. Tirrell Republican Massachusetts
(4th district)
July 31, 1910 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Natick, Massachusetts Dell Park Cemetery, Natick, Massachusetts
Jonathan P. Dolliver Republican Iowa
(Senator)
October 15, 1910 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Fort Dodge, Iowa Oakland Cemetery, Fort Dodge, Iowa
Alexander S. Clay Democratic Georgia
(Senator)
November 13, 1910 57 [Data unknown/missing.] Atlanta, Georgia City Cemetery, Marietta, Georgia
William Walker Foulkrod Republican Pennsylvania
(5th district)
November 13, 1910 63 [Data unknown/missing.] Frankford, Pennsylvania Cedar Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Joel Cook Republican Pennsylvania
(2nd district)
December 15, 1910 68 [Data unknown/missing.] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S.
Stephen Benton Elkins Republican West Virginia
(Senator)
January 4, 1911 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Maplewood Cemetery, Elkins, West Virginia
Charles J. Hughes Jr. Democratic Colorado
(Senator)
January 11, 1911 57 [Data unknown/missing.] Denver, Colorado Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Colorado
Amos L. Allen Republican Maine
(1st district)
February 20, 1911 73 Pneumonia Washington, D.C. Evergreen Cemetery, Alfred, Maine
Alexander C. Mitchell Republican Kansas
(2nd district)
July 7, 1911 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Lawrence, Kansas Oak Hill Cemetery, Lawrence, Kansas
George Washington Kipp Republican Pennsylvania
(14th district)
July 24, 1911 64 [Data unknown/missing.] Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada Oak Hill Cemetery, Lawrence, Kansas
William P. Frye Republican Maine
(Senator)
August 8, 1911 80 [Data unknown/missing.] Lewiston, Maine Riverside Cemetery, Lewiston, Maine
George W. Gordon Democratic Tennessee
(10th district)
August 9, 1911 74 [Data unknown/missing.] Memphis, Tennessee Elmwood Cemetery (Memphis, Tennessee), Memphis, Tennessee
Henry C. Loudenslager Republican New Jersey
(1st district)
August 12, 1911 59 [Data unknown/missing.] Paulsboro, New Jersey Eglington Cemetery, Clarksboro, New Jersey
James P. Latta Democratic Nebraska
(3rd district)
September 11, 1911 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Ashland, Ohio Tekamah Cemetery, Rochester, Minnesota
Edmond H. Madison Republican Kansas
(7th district)
September 18, 1911 45 [Data unknown/missing.] Dodge City, Kansas Maple Grove Cemetery, Dodge City, Kansas
David J. Foster Republican Vermont
(1st district)
March 21, 1912 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Lakeview Cemetery, Burlington, Vermont
Henry H. Bingham Republican Pennsylvania
(1st district)
March 22, 1912 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Pennsylvania Laurel Hill Cemetery, Pennsylvania
Robert Love Taylor Democratic Tennessee
(Senator)
March 31, 1912 61 Complications following surgery to remove gallstones Washington, D.C. Monte Vista Memorial Park, Johnson City, Tennessee
Elbert H. Hubbard Republican Iowa
(11th district)
June 4, 1912 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Floyd Cemetery, Sioux City, Indiana
George S. Nixon Republican Nevada
(Senator)
June 5, 1912 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Masonic Cemetery, Reno, Nevada
Robert Charles Wickliffe Democratic Louisiana
(6th district)
June 11, 1912 38 Hit by a train Washington, D.C. Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Kentucky
George R. Malby Republican New York
(26th district)
July 5, 1912 54 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York Ogdensburg Cemetery, Ogdensburg, New York
Carl C. Anderson Democratic Ohio
(13th district)
October 1, 1912 34 Automobile accident Fostoria, Ohio Oakwood Cemetery, Ogdensburg, New York
Weldon Brinton Heyburn Republican Idaho
(Senator)
October 17, 1912 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Birmingham-Lafayette Cemetery, West Chester, Pennsylvania
Richard E. Connell Democratic New York
(21st district)
October 30, 1912 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Poughkeepsie, New York St. Peter's Cemetery, Poughkeepsie, New York
George H. Utter Republican Rhode Island
(2nd district)
November 3, 1912 58 Liver cancer Poughkeepsie, New York Riverbend Cemetery, Westerly, Rhode Island
Isidor Rayner Democratic Maryland
(Senator)
November 25, 1912 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
John Geiser McHenry Democratic Pennsylvania
(16th district)
December 27, 1912 44 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Benton Cemetery, Benton Township, Pennsylvania
William Wedemeyer Republican Michigan
(2nd district)
January 2, 1913 39 Drowning Colón, Panama Panama
Jeff Davis Democratic Arkansas
(Senator)
January 3, 1913 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Little Rock, Arkansas Mount Holly Cemetery, Little Rock, Arkansas
Sylvester C. Smith Republican California
(8th district)
January 26, 1913 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Los Angeles, California Union Cemetery, Los Angeles, California
George Swinton Legare Democratic South Carolina
(1st district)
January 31, 1913 43 [Data unknown/missing.] Charleston, South Carolina Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, South Carolina
Lewis J. Martin Democratic New Jersey
(6th district)
May 5, 1913 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Newton Cemetery, Newton, New Jersey
Forrest Goodwin Republican Maine
(3rd district)
May 28, 1913 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Portland, Maine South Side Cemetery, Skowhegan, Maine
George Konig Democratic Maryland
(3rd district)
May 31, 1913 57 Pneumonia Portland, Maine Baltimore Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland
Joseph F. Johnston Democratic Alabama
(Senator)
August 8, 1913 70 Pneumonia Washington, D.C. Elmwood Cemetery, Birmingham, Alabama
Timothy Sullivan Democratic New York
(13th district)
August 31, 1913 51 Hit by train Bronx, New York Calvary Cemetery, Queens, New York
William Wilder Republican Massachusetts
(3rd district)
September 11, 1913 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Crystal Lake Cemetery, Gardner, Massachusetts
Seaborn Roddenbery Democratic Georgia
(2nd district)
September 25, 1913 43 Throat cancer Washington, D.C. Laurel Hill Cemetery, Thomasville, Georgia
Irvin S. Pepper Democratic Iowa
(2nd district)
December 22, 1913 37 Complications following surgery for infected gall bladder Ottumwa, Iowa Shaul Cemetery, Ottumwa, Iowa
Robert G. Bremner Democratic New Jersey
(7th district)
February 5, 1914 39 Cancer of the neck and shoulder Baltimore, Maryland Laurel Grove Memorial Park, Totowa, New Jersey
Augustus Octavius Bacon Democratic Georgia
(Senator)
February 14, 1914 74 coronary occlusion Washington, D.C. Rose Hill Cemetery, Macon, Georgia
William N. Richardson Democratic Alabama
(8th district)
March 31, 1914 74 [Data unknown/missing.] Atlantic City, New Jersey Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama
William O'Connell Bradley Republican Kentucky
(Senator)
May 23, 1914 67 uremia subsequent to fall from a streetcar Washington, D.C. Frankfort Cemetery, Frankfort, Kentucky
Edwin Albert Merritt Republican New York
(31st district)
December 4, 1914 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Pierrepont, New York Pierrepont Hill Cemetery, Potsdam, New York
Sereno E. Payne Republican New York
(36th district)
December 10, 1914 71 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Fort Hill Cemetery, Auburn, New York
Joseph A. Goulden Democratic New York
(23rd district)
May 3, 1915 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania St. Joseph's Cemetery, Taneytown, Maryland
Samuel Andrew Witherspoon Democratic Mississippi
(5th district)
November 24, 1915 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Meridian, Mississippi Rose Hill Cemetery, Meridian, Mississippi
William Gay Brown Jr. Democratic West Virginia
(1st district)
March 9, 1916 59 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Kingwood Cemetery, Kingwood, West Virginia
Benjamin F. Shively Democratic Indiana
(Senator)
March 14, 1916 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Brookville Cemetery, Brookville, Pennsylvania
Edwin C. Burleigh Republican Maine
(Senator)
June 16, 1916 72 [Data unknown/missing.] Augusta, Maine U.S.
Hunter Holmes Moss Jr. Republican West Virginia
(4th district)
July 15, 1916 42 [Data unknown/missing.] Atlantic City, New Jersey Odd Fellows Cemetery, Parkersburg, West Virginia
James Paul Clarke Democratic Arkansas
(Senator)
October 1, 1916 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Little Rock, Arkansas Oakland Cemetery, Little Rock, Arkansas
Luis Muñoz Rivera   Puerto Rico
(Resident Commissioner)
November 15, 1916 57 [Data unknown/missing.] San Juan, Puerto Rico San Antonio De Paduas Cemetery, Barranquitas, Puerto Rico
Samuel Joelah Tribble Democratic Georgia
(8th district)
December 8, 1916 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Oconee Hill Cemetery, Athens, Georgia
David E. Finley Democratic South Carolina
(5th district)
January 26, 1917 55 [Data unknown/missing.] Charlotte, North Carolina Rose Hill Cemetery, York, South Carolina
Michael F. Conry Democratic New York
(15th district)
March 2, 1917 46 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Calvary Cemetery, Queens, New York
Cyrus A. Sulloway Republican New Hampshire
(1st district)
March 11, 1917 77 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Henry Thomas Helgesen Republican North Dakota
(1st district)
April 10, 1917 59 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Phelps Cemetery, Decorah, Iowa
Daniel Webster Comstock Republican Indiana
(6th district)
May 19, 1917 76 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Earlham Cemetery, Richmond, Indiana
Harry Lane Democratic Oregon
(Senator)
May 23, 1917 61 [Data unknown/missing.] San Francisco, California U.S.
Ebenezer J. Hill Republican Connecticut
(4th district)
September 27, 1917 72 [Data unknown/missing.] Norwalk, Connecticut Riverside Cemetery, Norwalk, Connecticut
Paul O. Husting Democratic Wisconsin
(Senator)
October 21, 1917 51 Duck hunting accident Rush Lake, Wisconsin U.S.
Charles Martin Democratic Illinois
(4th district)
October 28, 1917 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Chicago, Illinois Mount Olivet Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois
Ellsworth Raymond Bathrick Democratic Ohio
(14th district)
December 23, 1917 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Akron, Ohio U.S.
Francis G. Newlands Democratic Nevada
(Senator)
December 24, 1917 71 Heart failure Washington, D.C. U.S.
James H. Brady Republican Idaho
(Senator)
January 13, 1918 55 Complications of a heart attack Washington, D.C. James H. Brady Memorial Chapel, Pocatello, Idaho
William Hughes Democratic New Jersey
(Senator)
January 30, 1918 45 [Data unknown/missing.] Trenton, New Jersey Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson, New Jersey
John H. Capstick Republican New Jersey
(5th district)
March 17, 1918 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Montville, New Jersey Greenwood Cemetery, Boonton, Boonton, New Jersey
Robert F. Broussard Democratic Louisiana
(Senator)
April 12, 1918 53 [Data unknown/missing.] New Iberia, Louisiana Catholic Cemetery, Louisiana
William J. Stone Democratic Missouri
(Senator)
April 14, 1918 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Nevada, Missouri
William A. Jones Democratic Virginia
(1st district)
April 17, 1918 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. St. John's Episcopal Church Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Benjamin Tillman Democratic South Carolina
(Senator)
July 3, 1918 70 Cerebral hemorrhage Washington, D.C. Ebenezer Cemetery, Trenton, South Carolina
James H. Davidson Republican Wisconsin
(6th district)
August 6, 1918 60 Heart disease Washington, D.C. Riverside Cemetery, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Jacob H. Gallinger Republican New Hampshire
(Senator)
August 17, 1918 81 [Data unknown/missing.] Franklin, New Hampshire Blossom Hill Cemetery, Concord, Massachusetts
Ollie M. James Democratic Kentucky
(Senator)
August 28, 1918 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Baltimore, Maryland Mapleview Cemetery, Marion, Kentucky
Joshua Frederick Cockey Talbott Democratic Maryland
(2nd district)
October 5, 1918 75 [Data unknown/missing.] Lutherville, Maryland Sherwood Cemetery, Cockeysville, Maryland
Jacob Edwin Meeker Republican Missouri
(10th district)
October 16, 1918 40 Spanish flu St. Louis, Missouri Union Cemetery, Attica, Indiana
John Allen Sterling Republican Illinois
(17th district)
October 17, 1918 61 Automobile accident Pontiac, Illinois Park Hill Cemetery, Bloomington, Illinois
Edward Everett Robbins Republican Pennsylvania
(22nd district)
January 25, 1919 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Somerset, Pennsylvania Saint Clair Cemetery, Greensburg, Pennsylvania
William Patterson Borland Democratic Missouri
(5th district)
February 20, 1919 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Koblenz, Germany Elmwood Cemetery, Kansas City, Missouri
Harvey Helm Democratic Kentucky
(8th district)
March 3, 1919 53 [Data unknown/missing.] Columbus, Mississippi Buffalo Spring Cemetery, Stanford, Kentucky
Charles August Sulzer Democratic Alaska
(Delegate)
April 15, 1919 40 [Data unknown/missing.] Roselle, New Jersey Evergreen Cemetery, Hillside, New Jersey
Albert Estopinal Democratic Louisiana
(1st district)
April 28, 1919 74 [Data unknown/missing.] St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana St. Louis Cemetery III, New Orleans, Louisiana
John L. Burnett Democratic Alabama
(7th district)
May 13, 1919 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Gadsden, Alabama Forest Cemetery, Gadsden, Alabama
Carl Van Dyke Democratic Minnesota
(4th district)
May 20, 1919 38 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Forest Cemetery, St. Paul, Minnesota
J. Willard Ragsdale Democratic South Carolina
(6th district)
July 23, 1919 46 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Mount Hope Cemetery, Florence, South Carolina
Joseph Bryan Thompson Democratic Oklahoma
(5th district)
September 18, 1919 48 Bright's disease Martinsburg, West Virginia Mount Olivet Cemetery, Pauls Valley, Oklahoma
Thomas S. Martin Democratic Virginia
(Senator)
November 12, 1919 72 [Data unknown/missing.] Charlottesville, Virginia University of Virginia Cemetery, Charlottesville, Virginia
Walter Allen Watson Democratic Virginia
(4th district)
December 24, 1919 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. family cemetery, Nottoway County, Virginia
John H. Bankhead Democratic Alabama
(Senator)
March 1, 1920 77 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
William J. Browning Republican New Jersey
(1st district)
March 24, 1920 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Harleigh Cemetery, Camden, New Jersey
Charles Archibald Nichols Republican Michigan
(13th district)
April 25, 1920 43 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Grand Lawn Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan
Dick Thompson Morgan Republican Oklahoma
(8th district)
July 4, 1920 66 Pneumonia Danville, Illinois Rose Hill Burial Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, U.S.
Mahlon Morris Garland Republican Pennsylvania
(at-large)
November 19, 1920 64 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Woodlawn Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Charles F. Booher Democratic Missouri
(4th district)
January 21, 1921 72 [Data unknown/missing.] Savannah, Missouri City Cemetery, Savannah, Missouri
Fred L. Blackmon Democratic Alabama
(4th district)
February 8, 1921 47 [Data unknown/missing.] Bartow, Florida Hillside Cemetery, Anniston, Alabama
Champ Clark Democratic Missouri
(9th district)
March 2, 1921 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Bowling Green City Cemetery, Bowling Green, Missouri
William H. Frankhauser Republican Michigan
(3rd district)
May 9, 1921 58 Suicide Battle Creek, Michigan U.S.
William E. Mason Republican Ohio
(at-large)
June 16, 1921 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Rorer A. James Democratic Virginia
(5th district)
August 6, 1921 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Danville, Virginia Green Hill Cemetery, Danville, Virginia
Samuel M. Taylor Democratic Arkansas
(6th district)
September 13, 1921 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Bellewood Cemetery, Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Philander C. Knox Republican Pennsylvania
(Senator)
October 12, 1921 68 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S
Henry D. Flood Democratic Virginia
(10th district)
December 8, 1921 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Appomattox, Virginia
John A. Elston Republican California
(6th district)
December 15, 1921 47 Committed suicide Washington, D.C. Chapel of the Chimes, Oakland, California
Boies Penrose Republican Pennsylvania
(Senator)
December 31, 1921 61 Pulmonary thrombosis Washington, D.C. Laurel Hill Cemetery Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Jonah Kūhiō Kalanianaʻole Democratic Hawaii
(Delegate)
January 7, 1922 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Mauna ʻAla Royal Mausoleum Waikīkī, Oʻahu, Territory of Hawaii
Lucian W. Parrish Democratic Texas
(13th district)
March 27, 1922 44 [Data unknown/missing.] Wichita Falls, Texas Hope Cemetery, Henrietta, Texas
Samuel M. Brinson Democratic North Carolina
(3rd district)
April 13, 1922 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington D.C. Cedar Grove Cemetery, New Bern, North Carolina
Moses P. Kinkaid Republican Nebraska
(6th district)
July 6, 1922 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington D.C. U.S
William E. Crow Republican Pennsylvania
(Senator)
August 2, 1922 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Uniontown, Pennsylvania U.S
Lemuel P. Padgett Democratic Tennessee
(7th district)
August 2, 1922 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Rose Hill Cemetery, Columbia, Tennessee
Charles Robert Connell Republican Pennsylvania
(10th district)
September 26, 1922 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Scranton, Pennsylvania Forest Hill Cemetery, Pennsylvania
Thomas E. Watson Democratic Georgia
(Senator)
September 26, 1922 66 Cerebral hemorrhage Washington, D.C. U.S
John I. Nolan Republican California
(5th district)
November 18, 1922 48 [Data unknown/missing.] San Francisco, California Holy Cross Cemetery, Colma, California
James R. Mann Republican Illinois
(2nd district)
November 30, 1922 66 Pneumonia Washington, D.C. Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois
Nestor Montoya Republican New Mexico
(At-large)
January 13, 1923 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Santa Barbara Cemetery, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Sherman Everett Burroughs Republican New Hampshire
(1st district)
January 27, 1923 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Pine Grove Cemetery, Manchester, New Hampshire
Henry Z. Osborne Republican California
(10th district)
February 8, 1923 74 [Data unknown/missing.] Los Angeles, California Angelus-Rosedale Cemetery, Los Angeles, California
William Bourke Cockran Democratic New York
(16th district)
March 1, 1923 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Hawthorne, New York
Samuel D. Nicholson Republican Colorado
(Senator)
March 24, 1923 64 [Data unknown/missing.] Denver, Colorado Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Colorado
John R. Tyson Democratic Alabama
(2nd district)
March 27, 1923 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Rochester, Minnesota Oakwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama
John M. C. Smith Republican Michigan
(3rd district)
March 30, 1923 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Charlotte, North Carolina Maple Hill Cemetery, Charlotte, North Carolina
Knute Nelson Republican Minnesota
(Senator)
April 28, 1923 80 [Data unknown/missing.] Timonium, Maryland Alexandria, Minnesota
Daniel J. Riordan Democratic New York
(11th district)
April 28, 1923 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Calvary Cemetery, Queens, New York
John W. Rainey Democratic Illinois
(4th district)
May 4, 1923 42 [Data unknown/missing.] Chicago, Illinois Calvary Cemetery, Evanston, Illinois
Lewis E. Sawyer Democratic Arkansas
(6th district)
May 5, 1923 55 [Data unknown/missing.] Hot Springs, Arkansas Hollywood Cemetery, Hot Springs, Arkansas
Claude Kitchin Democratic North Carolina
(2nd district)
May 31, 1923 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Wilson, North Carolina Baptist Cemetery, Scotland Neck, North Carolina
Luther W. Mott Republican New York
(32nd district)
July 10, 1923 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Oswego, New York Riverside Cemetery, Oswego, New York
William P. Dillingham Republican Vermont
(Senator)
July 12, 1923 79 [Data unknown/missing.] Montpelier, Vermont Hope Cemetery, Waterbury, Vermont
J. Campbell Cantrill Democratic Kentucky
(7th district)
September 2, 1923 53 [Data unknown/missing.] Louisville, Kentucky Georgetown Cemetery, Georgetown, Kentucky
James V. Ganly Democratic New York
(24th district)
September 7, 1923 44 Automobile accident New York City, New York St. Raymond's Cemetery, The Bronx, New York
Benjamin G. Humphreys II Democratic Mississippi
(3rd district)
October 16, 1923 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Greenville, Mississippi Greenville Cemetery, Greenville, Mississippi
H. Garland Dupre Democratic Louisiana
(2nd district)
February 21, 1924 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Catholic Cemetery, Opelousas, Louisiana
Edward C. Little Republican Kansas
(2nd district)
June 27, 1924 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. City Cemetery, Abilene, Kansas
LeBaron B. Colt Republican Rhode Island
(Senator)
August 18, 1924 78 [Data unknown/missing.] Bristol, Rhode Island Juniper Hill Cemetery, Bristol, Rhode Island
William S. Greene Republican Massachusetts
(15th district)
September 22, 1924 83 [Data unknown/missing.] Fall River, Massachusetts Oak Grove Cemetery, Fall River, Massachusetts
Sydney Emanuel Mudd II Republican Maryland
(5th district)
October 11, 1924 39 [Data unknown/missing.] Baltimore, Maryland St. Ignatius’ Catholic Church Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland
Frank B. Brandegee Republican Connecticut
(Senator)
October 14, 1924 60 Suicide Washington, D.C. Cedar Grove Cemetery, New London, Connecticut, U.S.
Henry Cabot Lodge Republican Massachusetts
(Senator)
November 9, 1924 74 Stroke Cambridge, Massachusetts Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.
Julius Kahn Republican California
(4th district)
December 18, 1924 63 [Data unknown/missing.] San Francisco, California Home of Peace Cemetery, Colma, California
Joseph M. McCormick Republican Illinois
(Senator)
February 25, 1925 47 Suicide Washington, D.C. Middle Creek Cemetery, Byron, Illinois
John Jacob Rogers Republican Massachusetts
(5th district)
March 28, 1925 43 Appendicitis Washington, D.C. Lowell Cemetery, Lowell, Massachusetts
Arthur B. Williams Republican Michigan
(3rd district)
May 1, 1925 53 [Data unknown/missing.] Baltimore, Maryland Lowell Cemetery, Charlotte, Michigan
Selden P. Spencer Republican Missouri
(Senator)
May 16, 1925 62 Complications from hernia surgery Washington, D.C. Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D.C.
Robert M. La Follette Sr. Progressive Wisconsin
(Senator)
June 18, 1925 70 Cardiovascular disease Washington, D.C. Forest Hill Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Edwin F. Ladd Republican North Dakota
(Senator)
June 22, 1925 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Baltimore, Maryland Glenwood Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
George B. Churchill Republican Massachusetts
(2nd district)
July 1, 1925 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Amherst, Massachusetts Wildwood Cemetery, Amherst, Massachusetts
Robert Y. Thomas Jr. Democratic Kentucky
(3rd district)
September 3, 1925 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee Evergreen Cemetery, Greenville, Kentucky
Samuel M. Ralston Democratic Indiana
(Senator)
October 14, 1925 67 [Data unknown/missing.] Indianapolis, Indiana Oak Hill Cemetery, Lebanon, Indiana
John E. Raker Democratic California
(2nd district)
January 22, 1926 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Susanville Cemetery, Susanville, California
Harry Irving Thayer Republican Massachusetts
(8th district)
March 10, 1926 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Wakefield, Massachusetts Lakeside Cemetery, Wakefield, Massachusetts
Lawrence J. Flaherty Republican California
(5th district)
June 13, 1926 47 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York Holy Cross Cemetery, San Mateo, California
Charles E. Fuller Republican Illinois
(12th district)
June 25, 1926 77 [Data unknown/missing.] Rochester, Minnesota Belvidere Cemetery, Belvidere, Illinois
Albert B. Cummins Republican Iowa
(Senator)
July 30, 1926 76 [Data unknown/missing.] Des Moines, Iowa Woodland Cemetery, Des Moines, Iowa
Bert M. Fernald Republican Maine
(Senator)
August 23, 1926 68 [Data unknown/missing.] Poland, Maine Highland Cemetery, Poland, Maine
William B. McKinley Republican Illinois
(Senator)
December 7, 1926 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Martinsville, Indiana Mount Hope Cemetery, Champaign, Illinois
Ambrose E. B. Stephens Republican Ohio
(2nd district)
February 12, 1927 64 [Data unknown/missing.] North Bend, Ohio Maple Grove Cemetery, Cleves, Ohio
Ladislas Lazaro Democratic Louisiana
(7th district)
March 30, 1927 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Old City Cemetery, Ville Platte, Louisiana
Walter W. Magee Republican New York
(35th district)
May 25, 1927 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Syracuse, New York Oakwood Cemetery, Syracuse, New York
William N. Vaile Republican Colorado
(1st district)
July 2, 1927 51 Heart attack U.S. Denver, Colorado, Denver, Colorado
Maurice E. Crumpacker Republican Oregon
(3rd district)
July 24, 1927 40 Drowning San Francisco, California River View Cemetery, Portland, Oregon
Andrieus A. Jones Democratic New Mexico
(Senator)
December 20, 1927 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Masonic Cemetery, Las Vegas, Nevada
Woodbridge N. Ferris Democratic Michigan
(Senator)
March 23, 1928 75 Complications from pneumonia Washington, D.C. Highland View Cemetery, Big Rapids, Michigan
Frank B. Willis Republican Ohio
(Senator)
March 30, 1928 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Delaware, Ohio Oak Grove Cemetery, Delaware, Ohio
James A. Gallivan Democratic Massachusetts
(12th district)
April 3, 1928 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Arlington, Massachusetts St. Joseph Cemetery, West Roxbury, Massachusetts
Martin B. Madden Republican Illinois
(1st district)
April 27, 1928 73 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Cass Cemetery, Darien, Illinois
Thaddeus C. Sweet Republican New York
(32nd district)
May 1, 1928 55 Airplane accident Whitney Point, New York Rural Cemetery, Phoenix, New York
Thomas S. Butler Republican Pennsylvania
(8th district)
May 26, 1928 72 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Oaklands Cemetery, West Chester, Pennsylvania
Frank R. Gooding Republican Idaho
(Senator)
June 24, 1928 68 Cancer Gooding, Idaho Elmwood Cemetery, Gooding, Idaho
Henry R. Rathbone Republican Illinois
(at-large)
July 15, 1928 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Chicago, Illinois Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois
Louis A. Frothingham Republican Massachusetts
(14th district)
August 23, 1928 57 [Data unknown/missing.] North Haven, Maine Village Cemetery, North Easton, Massachusetts
Thomas L. Rubey Democratic Missouri
(16th district)
November 2, 1928 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Lebanon, Missouri Lebanon Cemetery, Lebanon, Missouri
William Allan Oldfield Democratic Arkansas
(2nd district)
November 19, 1928 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Oak Lawn Cemetery, Batesville, Arkansas
Charles L. Faust Republican Missouri
(4th district)
December 17, 1928 49 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Highland Cemetery, Highland, Kansas
Edward J. King Republican Illinois
(15th district)
February 17, 1929 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Hope Cemetery, Galesburg, Illinois
Royal H. Weller Democratic New York
(21st district)
March 1, 1929 47 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York Woodlawn Cemetery, New York City, New York
Charles W. Roark Republican Kentucky
(3rd district)
April 5, 1929 42 [Data unknown/missing.] Louisville, Kentucky Evergreen Cemetery, Greenville, Kentucky
Whitmell P. Martin Democratic Louisiana
(3rd district)
April 6, 1929 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. St. John's Episcopal Cemetery, Thibodaux, Louisiana
John J. Casey Democratic Pennsylvania
(12th district)
May 5, 1929 53 Stroke Balboa, Canal Zone St. Mary's Cemetery, Hanover Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
Leslie J. Steele Democratic Georgia
(5th district)
July 24, 1929 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Decatur, Georgia Decatur City Cemetery, Decatur, Georgia
Lawrence D. Tyson Democratic Tennessee
(Senator)
August 24, 1929 68 [Data unknown/missing.] Strafford, Pennsylvania Old Gray Cemetery, Knoxville, Pennsylvania
Ole J. Kvale   Minnesota
(7th district)
September 11, 1929 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Otter Tail Lake, Minnesota Benson Cemetery, Benson, Minnesota
Theodore E. Burton Republican Ohio
(Senator)
October 28, 1929 77 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Lake View Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio
Francis E. Warren Republican Wyoming
(Senator)
November 24, 1929 85 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Lake View Cemetery, Cheyenne, Wyoming
William W. Griest Republican Pennsylvania
(10th district)
December 5, 1929 71 [Data unknown/missing.] Mount Clemens, Michigan Woodward Hill Cemetery, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
William K. Kaynor Republican Massachusetts
(2nd district)
December 20, 1929 45 Airplane accident Washington, D.C. Oak Grove Cemetery, Springfield, Massachusetts
Elmer O. Leatherwood Republican Utah
(2nd district)
December 24, 1929 57 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Mount Olivet Cemetery, Salt Lake City, Utah
James A. Hughes Republican West Virginia
(4th district)
March 2, 1930 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Marion, Ohio Spring Hill Cemetery, Huntington, Ohio
James P. Glynn Republican Connecticut
(5th district)
March 6, 1930 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. St. Joseph's Cemetery, Winsted, Connecticut
Robert Quincy Lee Democratic Texas
(17th district)
April 18, 1930 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Oakwood Cemetery, Cisco, Texas
Stephen G. Porter Republican Pennsylvania
(32nd district)
June 27, 1930 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Highwood Cemetery, Pennsylvania
Florian Lampert Republican Wisconsin
(6th district)
July 18, 1930 67 Car accident Fond du Lac, Wisconsin Riverside Cemetery, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Edgar Raymond Kiess Republican Pennsylvania
(16th district)
July 20, 1930 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Eagles Mere, Pennsylvania Wildwood Cemetery, Williamsport, Pennsylvania
Charles Manly Stedman Democratic North Carolina
(5th district)
September 23, 1930 89 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Cross Creek Cemetery, Fayetteville, North Carolina
William C. Hammer Democratic North Carolina
(7th district)
September 26, 1930 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Asheboro, North Carolina City Cemetery, Asheboro, North Carolina
Charles F. Curry Republican California
(3rd district)
October 10, 1930 72 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. National Memorial Park, Falls Church, Virginia
Otis Wingo Democratic Arkansas
(4th district)
October 21, 1930 53 During surgery Baltimore, Maryland Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
John F. Quayle Democratic New York
(7th district)
November 27, 1930 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Brooklyn, New York St. John Cemetery, Queens, New York
Lee Slater Overman Democratic North Carolina
(Senator)
December 12, 1930 76 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Chestnut Hill Cemetery
Frank L. Greene Republican Vermont
(Senator)
December 17, 1930 60 Complications during surgery for a hernia St. Albans, Vermont Greenwood Cemetery, St. Albans, Vermont
David J. O'Connell Democratic New York
(9th district)
December 29, 1930 62 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York St. John's Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
Henry Allen Cooper Republican Wisconsin
(1st district)
March 1, 1931 80 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Mound Cemetery, Racine, Wisconsin
James Benjamin Aswell Democratic Louisiana
(8th district)
March 16, 1931 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Nicholas Longworth Republican Ohio
(1st district)
April 9, 1931 61 Pneumonia Aiken, South Carolina Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio
Charles A. Mooney Democratic Ohio
(20th district)
May 29, 1931 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Cleveland, Ohio Gethsemane Cemetery, St. Marys, Ohio
George S. Graham Republican Pennsylvania
(2nd district)
July 4, 1931 80 [Data unknown/missing.] Islip, New York Woodlawn Cemetery, New York City, New York
Charles Gordon Edwards Democratic Georgia
(1st district)
July 13, 1931 53 Heart attack Atlanta, Georgia Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia
Bird J. Vincent Republican Michigan
(8th district)
July 18, 1931 51 Heart disease USS Henderson Forest Lawn Cemetery, Saginaw, Michigan
Samuel C. Major Democratic Missouri
(7th district)
July 28, 1931 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Fayette, Missouri Fayette City Cemetery, Fayette, Missouri
Dwight Morrow Republican New Jersey
(Senator)
October 5, 1931 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Englewood, New Jersey Brookside Cemetery, Englewood, New Jersey
Ernest Robinson Ackerman Republican New Jersey
(5th district)
October 18, 1931 68 Pneumonia and cerebral embollism Plainfield, New Jersey Hillside Cemetery, New Jersey
Fletcher Hale Republican New Hampshire
(1st district)
October 22, 1931 48 Pneumonia and cerebral embollism Brooklyn, New York Union Cemetery, Laconia, New Hampshire
Thaddeus H. Caraway Democratic Arkansas
(Senator)
November 6, 1931 60 "Blood clot in his coronary artery" Little Rock, Arkansas U.S.
Harry M. Wurzbach Republican Texas
(14th district)
November 6, 1931 57 Complications from an appendectomy San Antonio, Texas San Antonio National Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas
Percy Quin Democratic Mississippi
(7th district)
February 4, 1932 59 [Data unknown/missing.] U.S. U.S.
Samuel Rutherford Democratic Georgia
(6th district)
February 4, 1932 61 Heart attack Washington, D.C. Oakland Cemetery, Forsyth, Georgia
Albert Henry Vestal Republican Indiana
(8th district)
April 1, 1932 57 Heart attack Washington, D.C. East Maplewood Cemetery, Anderson, Indiana
William J. Harris Democratic Georgia
(Senator)
April 18, 1932 64 Heart attack Washington, D.C. Greenwood Cemetery, Cedartown, Georgia
Edward M. Beers Republican Pennsylvania
(18th district)
April 21, 1932 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Odd Fellows’ Cemetery, Mount Union, Georgia
Edward E. Eslick Democratic Tennessee
(7th district)
June 14, 1932 60 Heart attack Washington, D.C. Maplewood Cemetery, Pulaski, Tennessee
Henry St. George Tucker Democratic Virginia
(10th district)
July 23, 1932 79 [Data unknown/missing.] Lexington, Virginia Presbyterian Cemetery, Lexington, Virginia
Charles W. Waterman Republican Colorado
(Senator)
August 27, 1932 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Cremated
John Charles Linthicum Democratic Maryland
(4th district)
October 5, 1932 64 [Data unknown/missing.] Linthicum, Maryland Druid Ridge Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland
Charles A. Karch Democratic Illinois
(22nd district)
November 6, 1932 57 [Data unknown/missing.] St. Louis, Missouri Mount Hope Cemetery, Belleville, Illinois
Wesley Livsey Jones Republican Washington
(Senator)
November 19, 1932 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Seattle, Washington Cremated
James C. McLaughlin Republican Michigan
(9th district)
November 29, 1932 74 [Data unknown/missing.] Marion, Virginia Evergreen Cemetery, Muskegon, Michigan
Daniel E. Garrett Democratic Texas
(8th district)
December 13, 1932 63 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Forest Park Cemetery, Houston, Texas
Robert R. Butler Republican Oregon
(2nd district)
January 7, 1933 51 Heart failure Washington, D.C. Odd Fellows Cemetery, The Dalles, Oregon
Samuel A. Kendall Republican Pennsylvania
(24th district)
January 8, 1933 73 Self-inflicted gunshot wound Washington, D.C. Hochstetler Cemetery, Greenville Township, Pennsylvania
Godfrey G. Goodwin Republican Minnesota
(10th district)
February 16, 1933 60 Jumping from an hotel window Washington, D.C. Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Thomas J. Walsh Democratic Montana
(Senator)
March 2, 1933 73 Heart attack Wilson, North Carolina Resurrection Cemetery, Helena, Montana
Robert B. Howell Republican Nebraska
(Senator)
March 11, 1933 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Forest Lawn Cemetery, Omaha, Nebraska
Clay Stone Briggs Democratic Texas
(7th district)
April 29, 1933 57 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington D.C. Oakland Cemetery, Syracuse, New York
Charles Hillyer Brand Democratic Georgia
(10th district)
May 17, 1933 72 [Data unknown/missing.] Lawrenceville, Georgia Shadow Lawn Cemetery, Lawrenceville, Georgia
Bolivar E. Kemp Democratic Louisiana
(6th district)
June 19, 1933 61 Heart attack Amite, Louisiana Amite Cemetery, Amite, Louisiana
Edward B. Almon Democratic Alabama
(8th district)
June 22, 1933 73 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Oakwood Cemetery, Tuscumbia, Alabama
Henry Winfield Watson Republican Pennsylvania
(9th district)
August 27, 1933 77 [Data unknown/missing.] Langhorne, Pennsylvania Brandywine Cemetery, Wilmington, Delaware
Lynn Hornor Democratic West Virginia
(3rd district)
September 23, 1933 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Odd Fellows Cemetery, Clarksburg, West Virginia
Porter H. Dale Republican Vermont
(Senator)
October 6, 1933 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Westmore, Vermont Lakeside Cemetery, Island Pond, Vermont
John B. Kendrick Democratic Wyoming
(Senator)
November 3, 1933 76 [Data unknown/missing.] Sheridan, Wyoming Mount Hope Cemetery, Sheridan, Wyoming
John D. Clarke Republican New York
(34th district)
November 5, 1933 60 Car accident Delhi, New York Locust Hill Cemetery, Hobart, New York
James S. Parker Republican New York
(29th district)
December 19, 1933 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Evergreen Cemetery, Salem, New York
Joseph L. Hooper Republican Michigan
(3rd district)
February 22, 1934 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Oak Hill Cemetery, Battle Creek, Michigan
Edward W. Pou Democratic North Carolina
(4th district)
April 1, 1934 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Riverside Cemetery, Smithfield, North Carolina
George F. Brumm Republican Pennsylvania
(13th district)
May 29, 1934 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Charles Baber Cemetery, Pottsville, Pennsylvania
Thomas C. Coffin Democratic Idaho
(2nd district)
June 8, 1934 46 Fractured skull after being struck by an automobile at the US Capitol Washington, D.C. Mountain View Cemetery, Pottsville, Pennsylvania
Henry Thomas Rainey Democratic Illinois
(20th district)
August 19, 1934 73 Heart attack St. Louis, Missouri Carrollton City Cemetery, Carrollton, Illinois
Anthony J. Griffin Democratic New York
(22nd district)
January 13, 1935 68 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia
Bronson M. Cutting Republican New Mexico
(Senator)
May 6, 1935 46 Plane crash New York City, New York Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
Cap R. Carden Democratic Kentucky
(4th district)
June 13, 1935 68 [Data unknown/missing.] Louisville, Kentucky Munfordville Cemetery, Munfordville, Kentucky
Charles V. Truax Democratic Ohio
(At-large)
August 9, 1935 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Pleasant View Cemetery, Sycamore, Ohio
Henry M. Kimball Republican Michigan
(3rd district)
October 19, 1935 57 [Data unknown/missing.] Kalamazoo, Louisiana Cremated
Thomas D. Schall Republican Minnesota
(Senator)
December 22, 1935 57 Car accident Washington, D.C. Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Wesley Lloyd Democratic Washington
(6th district)
January 10, 1936 52 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Tacoma Cemetery, Tacoma, Washington
Stephen A. Rudd Democratic New York
(9th district)
March 31, 1936 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Brooklyn, New York Evergreen Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York
John T. Buckbee Republican Illinois
(12th district)
April 23, 1936 64 [Data unknown/missing.] Rockford, Illinois Greenwood Cemetery, Rockford, Illinois
Park Trammell Democratic Florida
(Senator)
May 8, 1936 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Roselawn Cemetery, Lakeland, Florida
William D. Thomas Republican New York
(29th district)
May 17, 1936 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Maple Grove Cemetery, Hoosick Falls, New York
Randolph Perkins Republican New Jersey
(7th district)
May 25, 1936 64 Kidney infection Washington, D.C. Fairview Cemetery, Staten Island, New York
A. Piatt Andrew Republican Massachusetts
(6th district)
June 3, 1936 63 Influenza Gloucester, Massachusetts Cremated
Joseph W. Byrns Sr. Democratic Tennessee
(5th district)
June 4, 1936 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Mount Olivet Cemetery, Nashville, Tennessee
Duncan U. Fletcher Democratic Florida
(Senator)
June 17, 1936 77 Heart attack Washington, D.C. Evergreen Cemetery, Jacksonville, Florida
Bernhard M. Jacobsen Democratic Iowa
(2nd district)
June 30, 1936 74 [Data unknown/missing.] Rochester, Minnesota Springdale Cemetery, Clinton, Iowa
Warren J. Duffey Democratic Ohio
(9th district)
July 7, 1936 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Toledo, Ohio Calvary Cemetery, Ohio
Richard L. Murphy Democratic Iowa
(Senator)
July 16, 1936 60 Heart attack Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin Mount Olivet Cemetery, Key West, Iowa
John J. McSwain Democratic South Carolina
(4th district)
August 6, 1936 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Cross Hill, South Carolina Springwood Cemetery, Greenville, South Carolina
Marion Zioncheck Democratic Washington
(1st district)
August 7, 1936 34 Suicide by jumping out a window Seattle, Washington Evergreen Cemetery, Seattle, Washington
William Voris Gregory Democratic Kentucky
(1st district)
October 10, 1936 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Maplewood Cemetery, Mayfield, Kentucky
James J. Couzens Republican Michigan
(Senator)
October 22, 1936 64 Heart attack Detroit, Michigan Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan
Glover H. Cary Democratic Kentucky
(2nd district)
December 5, 1936 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Cincinnati, Ohio Calhoun Cemetery, Calhoun, Kentucky
Peter Norbeck Republican South Dakota
(Senator)
December 20, 1936 66 Cancer Redfield, South Dakota Calhoun Cemetery, Calhoun, Kentucky
Andrew Jackson Montague Democratic Virginia
(3rd district)
January 24, 1937 74 [Data unknown/missing.] Urbanna, Virginia Christ Church Episcopal Cemetery, Urbanna, Virginia
James P. Buchanan Democratic Texas
(10th district)
February 22, 1937 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Prairie Lea Cemetery, Brenham, Texas
Henry E. Stubbs Democratic California
(10th district)
February 28, 1937 55 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Santa Maria Cemetery, Santa Maria, California
Benjamin K. Focht Republican Pennsylvania
(18th district)
March 27, 1937 74 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Lewisburg Cemetery, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
Nathan L. Bachman Democratic Tennessee
(Senator)
April 23, 1937 58 Cancer Washington, D.C. Forest Hills Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tennessee
Philip A. Goodwin Republican New York
(27th district)
June 6, 1937 55 [Data unknown/missing.] Coxsackie, New York Riverside Cemetery, Coxsackie, New York
William P. Connery Jr. Democratic Massachusetts
(7th district)
June 15, 1937 48 Food poisoning[3] Washington, D.C. St. Mary’s Cemetery, Lynn, New York
Joseph Taylor Robinson Democratic Arkansas
(Senator)
July 14, 1937 64 Cancer Washington, D.C. Roselawn Cemetery, Little Rock, Arkansas
Theodore A. Peyser Democratic New York
(17th district)
August 8, 1937 64 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York United Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio
Robert P. Hill Democratic Oklahoma
(5th district)
October 29, 1937 63 [Data unknown/missing.] Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Memorial Park Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Edward Aloysius Kenney Democratic New Jersey
(9th district)
January 27, 1938 53 Fell out a window Washington, D.C. St. John’s Cemetery, Clinton, Massachusetts
Charles J. Colden Democratic California
(17th district)
April 15, 1938 67 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Green Hills Memorial Park, Los Angeles, California
Royal S. Copeland Democratic New York
(Senator)
June 17, 1938 69 Cancer Washington, D.C. Mahwah Cemetery, Mahwah, New Jersey
Allard H. Gasque Democratic South Carolina
(6th district)
June 17, 1938 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Mount Hope Cemetery, Florence, South Carolina
Robert L. Bacon Republican New York
(1st district)
September 12, 1938 54 Heart attack Lake Success, New York Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia
John J. Boylan Democratic New York
(15th district)
October 5, 1938 60 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York Calvary Cemetery, Queens, New York
Stephen Warfield Gambrill Democratic Maryland
(5th district)
December 19, 1938 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Cedar Hill Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
William B. Cravens Democratic Arkansas
(4th district)
January 13, 1939 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Oak Cemetery, Fort Smith, Arkansas
J. Burrwood Daly Democratic Pennsylvania
(4th district)
March 12, 1939 67 [Data unknown/missing.] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania St. Denis Cemetery, South Ardmore, Pennsylvania
Clarence W. Turner Democratic Tennessee
(6th district)
March 23, 1939 72 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Marable Cemetery, Waverly, Tennessee
J. Hamilton Lewis Democratic Illinois
(Senator)
April 9, 1939 75 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Bert Lord Republican New York
(34th district)
May 24, 1939 69 Heart attack Washington, D.C. Glenwood Cemetery, Afton, New York
Emmett Marshall Owen Democratic Georgia
(4th district)
June 21, 1939 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. East View Cemetery, Zebulon, Georgia
Harry W. Griswold Republican Wisconsin
(3rd district)
July 4, 1939 53 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. Hamilton Cemetery, West Salem, Wisconsin
Samuel Davis McReynolds Democratic Tennessee
(3rd district)
July 11, 1939 67 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Thomas M. Eaton Republican California
(18th district)
September 16, 1939 43 [Data unknown/missing.] Long Beach, California U.S.
Thomas S. McMillan Democratic South Carolina
(1st district)
September 29, 1939 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Charleston, South Carolina U.S.
M. M. Logan Democratic Kentucky
(Senator)
October 3, 1939 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Chester C. Bolton Republican Ohio
(22nd district)
October 29, 1939 57 [Data unknown/missing.] Cleveland, Ohio U.S.
J. Will Taylor Republican Tennessee
(2nd district)
November 14, 1939 59 [Data unknown/missing.] La Follette, Tennessee U.S.
Santiago Iglesias [Data unknown/missing.] Puerto Rico
(Resident Commissioner)
December 5, 1939 67 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C., U.S. Santa Maria Magdalena de Pazzis Cemetery, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Carl E. Mapes Republican Michigan
(5th district)
December 12, 1939 64 [Data unknown/missing.] New Orleans, Louisiana U.S.
William I. Sirovich Democratic New York
(14th district)
December 17, 1939 57 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York U.S.
John Andrew Martin Democratic Colorado
(3rd district)
December 23, 1939 71 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
William A. Ashbrook Democratic Ohio
(17th district)
January 1, 1940 72 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
George H. Heinke Republican Nebraska
(1st district)
January 2, 1940 57 Car crash Morrilton, Arkansas U.S.
Wallace E. Pierce Republican New York
(31st district)
January 3, 1940 58 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Edward W. Curley Democratic New York
(22nd district)
January 6, 1940 66 [Data unknown/missing.] New York City, New York U.S.
William E. Borah Republican Idaho
(Senator)
January 19, 1940 74 Cerebral hemorrhage Washington, D.C. U.S.
Cassius C. Dowell Republican Iowa
(6th district)
February 4, 1940 75 Heart disease Washington, D.C. U.S.
Clyde H. Smith Republican Maine
(2nd district)
April 8, 1940 63 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Ernest W. Gibson Republican Vermont
(Senator)
June 20, 1940 67 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
W. Benjamin Gibbs Democratic Georgia
(8th district)
August 7, 1940 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
George N. Seger Republican New Jersey
(8th district)
August 26, 1940 74 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Ernest Lundeen Republican Minnesota
(Senator)
August 31, 1940 62 Plane crash Lovettsville, Virginia U.S.
William B. Bankhead Democratic Alabama
(7th district)
September 15, 1940 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Key Pittman Democratic Nevada
(Senator)
November 10, 1940 68 Heart attack Reno, Nevada U.S.
Sam C. Massingale Democratic Oklahoma
(7th district)
January 17, 1941 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Kenneth F. Simpson Republican New York
(17th district)
January 25, 1941 45 Heart attack New York City, New York U.S.
William D. Byron Democratic Maryland
(6th district)
February 27, 1941 45 Plane crash Atlanta, Georgia U.S.
Pius L. Schwert Democratic New York
(42nd district)
March 11, 1941 48 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Morris Sheppard Democratic Texas
(Senator)
April 9, 1941 65 Brain hemorrhage Washington, D.C. U.S.
Alonzo D. Folger Democratic North Carolina
(5th district)
April 30, 1941 52 Car accident Mount Airy, North Carolina U.S.
Morris M. Edelstein Democratic New York
(14th district)
June 4, 1941 53 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Pat Harrison Democratic Mississippi
(Senator)
June 22, 1941 59 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Andrew J. Houston Democratic Texas
(Senator)
June 26, 1941 87 [Data unknown/missing.] Baltimore, Maryland U.S.
Stephen Bolles Republican Wisconsin
(1st district)
July 8, 1941 75 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Alva M. Lumpkin Democratic South Carolina
(Senator)
August 1, 1941 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Albert G. Rutherford Republican Pennsylvania
(15th district)
August 10, 1941 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Edward T. Taylor Democratic Colorado
(4th district)
September 3, 1941 83 [Data unknown/missing.] Denver, Colorado U.S.
Lee E. Geyer Democratic California
(17th district)
October 11, 1941 53 Bronchial pneumonia[4] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Lawrence J. Connery Democratic Massachusetts
(7th district)
October 19, 1941 46 Heart attack[5] Arlington, Virginia U.S.
Alva B. Adams Democratic Colorado
(Senator)
December 1, 1941 66 Myocardial infarction Washington, D.C. U.S.
Patrick J. Boland Democratic Pennsylvania
(11th district)
May 18, 1942 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Scranton, Pennsylvania U.S.
Frank H. Buck Democratic California
(3rd district)
September 17, 1942 54 Stroke[6] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Philip Allen Bennett Republican Missouri
(6th district)
December 7, 1942 61 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Harry L. Englebright Republican California
(2nd district)
May 13, 1943 59 [Data unknown/missing.] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Ulysses S. Guyer Republican Kansas
(2nd district)
June 5, 1943 74 [Data unknown/missing.] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Francis D. Culkin Republican New York
(32nd district)
August 4, 1943 68 histoplasmosis Oswego, New York U.S.
Edward W. Creal Democratic Kentucky
(4th district)
October 13, 1943 59 [Data unknown/missing.] Hodgenville, Kentucky U.S.
J. William Ditter Republican Pennsylvania
(17th district)
November 21, 1943 55 Plane crash Columbia, Pennsylvania U.S.
William Warren Barbour Republican New Jersey
(Senator)
November 22, 1943 55 Cerebral hemorrhage Washington, D.C. U.S.
Henry B. Steagall Democratic Alabama
(3rd district)
November 22, 1943 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Lawrence Lewis Democratic Colorado
(1st district)
December 9, 1943 64 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
William H. Wheat Republican Illinois
(19th district)
January 16, 1944 64 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Frederick Van Nuys Democratic Indiana
(Senator)
January 25, 1944 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Vienna, Virginia U.S.
Leonard W. Schuetz Democratic Illinois
(7th district)
February 13, 1944 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Charles L. McNary Republican Oregon
(Senator)
February 25, 1944 69 Brain tumor Fort Lauderdale, Florida U.S.
Thomas H. Cullen Democratic New York
(4th district)
March 1, 1944 75 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
James A. O'Leary Democratic New York
(11th district)
March 16, 1944 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Staten Island, New York U.S.
Hampton P. Fulmer Democratic South Carolina
(2nd district)
October 19, 1944 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Ellison D. Smith Democratic South Carolina
(Senator)
November 17, 1944 80 [Data unknown/missing.] Lynchburg, South Carolina U.S.
James F. O'Connor Democratic Montana
(2nd district)
January 15, 1945 66 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Francis T. Maloney Democratic Connecticut
(Senator)
January 16, 1945 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Meriden, Connecticut U.S.
John Moses Democratic North Dakota
(Senator)
March 3, 1945 59 During open heart surgery Rochester, Minnesota U.S.
James V. Heidinger Democratic Illinois
(24th district)
March 22, 1945 62 Pulmonary fibrosis Phoenix, Arizona U.S.
James G. Scrugham Democratic Nevada
(Senator)
June 23, 1945 65 [Data unknown/missing.] San Diego, California U.S.
Hiram Johnson Republican California
(Senator)
August 6, 1945 78 [Data unknown/missing.] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
John W. Thomas Republican Idaho
(Senator)
November 10, 1945 71 Cerebral hemorrhage Washington, D.C. U.S.
James W. Mott Republican Oregon
(1st district)
November 12, 1945 62 [Data unknown/missing.] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Joseph W. Ervin Democratic North Carolina
(10th district)
December 25, 1945 44 Committed suicide Washington, D.C. U.S.
J. Buell Snyder Democratic Pennsylvania
(23rd district)
February 24, 1946 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania U.S.
William O. Burgin Democratic North Carolina
(8th district)
April 11, 1946 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Carter Glass Democratic Virginia
(Senator)
May 28, 1946 88 Congestive heart failure Washington, D.C. U.S.
John H. Bankhead II Democratic Alabama
(Senator)
June 12, 1946 73 Stroke Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
William Gallagher Democratic Minnesota
(3rd district)
August 13, 1946 71 [Data unknown/missing.] Rochester, Minnesota U.S.
Charles O. Andrews Democratic Florida
(Senator)
September 18, 1946 69 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
William B. Barry Democratic New York
(4th district)
October 20, 1946 44 Pneumonia Queens, New York U.S.
Robert K. Henry Republican Wisconsin
(2nd district)
November 20, 1946 56 [Data unknown/missing.] Madison, Wisconsin U.S.
Josiah Bailey Democratic North Carolina
(Senator)
December 15, 1946 73 [Data unknown/missing.] Raleigh, North Carolina U.S.
Fred B. Norman Republican Washington
(3rd district)
April 18, 1947 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Charles L. Gerlach Republican Pennsylvania
(8th district)
May 5, 1947 51 [Data unknown/missing.] Allentown, Pennsylvania U.S.
Frederick Van Ness Bradley Republican Michigan
(11th district)
May 24, 1947 49 [Data unknown/missing.] New London, Connecticut U.S.
Joseph J. Mansfield Democratic Texas
(9th district)
July 12, 1947 86 [Data unknown/missing.] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Theodore G. Bilbo Democratic Mississippi
(Senator)
August 21, 1947 69 "While undergoing treatment for cancer" New Orleans, Louisiana U.S.
Charles L. Gifford Republican Massachusetts
(9th district)
August 23, 1947 76 [Data unknown/missing.] Cotuit, Massachusetts U.S.
Raymond S. Springer Republican Indiana
(10th district)
August 28, 1947 65 [Data unknown/missing.] Connersville, Indiana U.S.
Patrick H. Drewry Democratic Virginia
(4th district)
December 21, 1947 72 [Data unknown/missing.] Petersburg, Virginia U.S.
John M. Robsion Republican Kentucky
(9th district)
February 17, 1948 75 [Data unknown/missing.] Barbourville, Kentucky U.S.
Orville Zimmerman Democratic Missouri
(10th district)
April 7, 1948 67 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
John H. Overton Democratic Louisiana
(Senator)
May 14, 1948 72 [Data unknown/missing.] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Thomas L. Owens Republican Illinois
(7th district)
June 7, 1948 50 [Data unknown/missing.] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Harlan J. Bushfield Republican South Dakota
(Senator)
September 27, 1948 66 Cerebral hemorrhage Miller, South Dakota U.S.
Milton H. West Democratic Texas
(15th district)
October 28, 1948 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
John J. Delaney Democratic New York
(7th district)
November 18, 1948 70 [Data unknown/missing.] Brooklyn, New York U.S.
J. Melville Broughton Democratic North Carolina
(Senator)
March 6, 1949 60 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Sol Bloom Democratic New York
(20th district)
March 7, 1949 78 [Data unknown/missing.] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Andrew L. Somers Democratic New York
(10th district)
April 6, 1949 54 [Data unknown/missing.] Queens, New York U.S.
Robert L. Coffey Democratic Pennsylvania
(26th district)
April 20, 1949 30 Plane crash Albuquerque, New Mexico U.S.
Richard J. Welch Republican California
(5th district)
September 10, 1949 80 [Data unknown/missing.] Needles, California U.S.
Bert H. Miller Democratic Idaho
(Senator)
October 8, 1949 69 Heart attack Washington, D.C. U.S.
George J. Bates Republican Massachusetts
(6th district)
November 1, 1949 58 Plane crash Washington, D.C. U.S.
Clyde M. Reed Republican Kansas
(Senator)
November 8, 1949 78 [Data unknown/missing.] Parsons, Kansas U.S.
Martin Gorski Democratic Illinois
(5th district)
December 4, 1949 63 [Data unknown/missing.] Chicago, Illinois U.S.
S. Otis Bland Democratic Virginia
(1st district)
February 16, 1950 77 Cerebral hemorrhage[7] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Ralph E. Church Republican Illinois
(13th district)
March 21, 1950 66 Heart attack[8] Washington, D.C. U.S.
John Lesinski Sr. Democratic Michigan
(16th district)
May 27, 1950 65 Heart attack[9] Dearborn, Michigan U.S.
William Lemke Republican North Dakota
(at-large district)
May 30, 1950 71 Heart attack[10] Fargo, North Dakota U.S.
Alfred L. Bulwinkle Democratic North Carolina
(11th district)
August 31, 1950 67 Multiple myeloma[11] Gastonia, North Carolina U.S.
Herbert A. Meyer Republican Kansas
(3rd district)
October 2, 1950 64 Heart attack[12] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
John B. Sullivan Democratic Missouri
(11th district)
January 29, 1951 53 Cerebral hemorrhage[13] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Virgil Chapman Democratic Kentucky
(Senator)
March 8, 1951 55 Traffic collision Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Arthur H. Vandenberg Republican Michigan
(Senator)
April 18, 1951 67 Lung cancer Grand Rapids, Michigan U.S.
Frank Buchanan Democratic Pennsylvania
(33rd district)
April 27, 1951 48 Internal hemorrhages[14] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
John Kee Democratic West Virginia
(5th district)
May 8, 1951 76 Heart attack[15] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Wilson D. Gillette Republican Pennsylvania
(14th district)
August 7, 1951 71 Bronchial pneumonia[16] Towanda, Pennsylvania U.S.
Frank Fellows Republican Maine
(3rd district)
August 27, 1951 61 Circulatory and abdominal illness[17] Bangor, Maine U.S.
Albert C. Vaughn Republican Pennsylvania
(8th district)
September 1, 1951 56 Coronary thrombosis[18] Fullerton, Pennsylvania U.S.
Karl Stefan Republican Nebraska
(3rd district)
October 2, 1951 67 Acute cardiovascular collapse[19] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Kenneth S. Wherry Republican Nebraska
(Senator)
November 29, 1951 59 Pneumonia[20] Washington, D.C. U.S.
John A. Whitaker Democratic Kentucky
(2nd district)
December 15, 1951 50 Heart attack[21] Russellville, Kentucky U.S.
William T. Byrne Democratic New York
(32nd district)
January 27, 1952 75 Cerebral hemorrhage[22] Troy, New York U.S.
George B. Schwabe Republican Oklahoma
(1st district)
April 2, 1952 65 Heart attack[23] Alexandria, Virginia U.S.
Reid F. Murray Republican Wisconsin
(7th district)
April 29, 1952 64 Nephritis[24] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Brien McMahon Democratic Connecticut
(Senator)
July 28, 1952 48 Cancer[25] Washington, D.C. U.S.
William G. Stigler Democratic Oklahoma
(2nd district)
August 21, 1952 61 No cause of death Stigler, Oklahoma U.S.
Adolph J. Sabath Democratic Illinois
(7th district)
November 6, 1952 86 Liver disease[26] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
E. Eugene Cox Democratic Georgia
(2nd district)
December 24, 1952 72 Heart disease[27] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Joseph R. Bryson Democratic South Carolina
(4th district)
March 10, 1953 60 Cerebral Hemorrhage[28] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Garrett L. Withers Democratic Kentucky
(2nd district)
April 30, 1953 68 Cerebral hemorrhage[29] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Merlin Hull Republican Wisconsin
(9th district)
May 17, 1953 82 Pulmonary complications following surgery[30] La Crosse, Wisconsin U.S.
Willis Smith Democratic North Carolina
(Senator)
June 26, 1953 65 Coronary thrombosis[31] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Charles W. Tobey Republican New Hampshire
(Senator)
July 24, 1953 73 Coronary thrombosis[32] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Robert A. Taft Republican Ohio
(Senator)
July 31, 1953 63 Cerebral hemorrhage New York City, New York U.S.
Dwight Griswold Republican Nebraska
(Senator)
April 12, 1954 60 Heart attack[33] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Clyde R. Hoey Democratic North Carolina
(Senator)
May 12, 1954 76 Stroke[34] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Lester C. Hunt Democratic Wyoming
(Senator)
June 19, 1954 61 Suicide by firearm Washington, D.C. U.S.
Joseph Rider Farrington Republican Hawaii
(Delegate)
June 19, 1954 56 Heart attack Washington, D.C. U.S.
Hugh A. Butler Republican Nebraska
(Senator)
July 1, 1954 76 Stroke[35] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
A. Sidney Camp Democratic Georgia
(4th district)
July 24, 1954 61 Liver ailment[36] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Paul W. Shafer Republican Michigan
(3rd district)
August 17, 1954 61 Liver disease[37] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Burnet R. Maybank Democratic South Carolina
(Senator)
September 1, 1954 55 Heart attack[38] Flat Rock, North Carolina U.S.
Pat McCarran Democratic Nevada
(Senator)
September 28, 1954 78 Heart attack[39] Hawthorne, Nevada U.S.
Dwight L. Rogers Democratic Florida
(6th district)
December 1, 1954 68 Heart attack[40] Fort Lauderdale, Florida U.S.
John Dingell Sr. Democratic Michigan
(15th district)
September 19, 1955 61 Heart attack[41] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Vera Buchanan Democratic Pennsylvania
(30th district)
November 26, 1955 53 Cancer[42] McKeesport, Pennsylvania U.S.
Chauncey W. Reed Democratic Illinois
(14th district)
February 9, 1956 65 Gastro-intestinal related chronic illness[43] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Harley M. Kilgore Democratic West Virginia
(Senator)
February 28, 1956 63 Cerebral hemorrhage[44] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Alben W. Barkley Democratic Kentucky
(Senator)
April 30, 1956 78 Heart attack Lexington, Virginia U.S.
William T. Granahan Democratic Pennsylvania
(2nd district)
May 25, 1956 61 Heart seizure following a minor abdominal surgery[45] Darby, Pennsylvania U.S.
John Carl Hinshaw Republican California
(20th district)
August 5, 1956 62 Pneumonia complicated by congestive heart failure[46] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Percy Priest Democratic Tennessee
(5th district)
October 12, 1956 56 Complications following surgery for ulcer[47] Nashville, Tennessee U.S.
Antonio M. Fernández Democratic New Mexico
(At-large)
November 7, 1956 54 Complications following stroke[48] Albuquerque, New Mexico U.S.
T. Millet Hand Republican New Jersey
(2nd district)
December 26, 1956 54 Heart attack[49] Cold Spring, New Jersey U.S.
Joe McCarthy Republican Wisconsin
(Senator)
May 2, 1957 48 Acute hepatitis Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
James Bowler Democratic Illinois
(7th district)
July 18, 1957 82 Complications from arthritis[50] Des Plaines, Illinois U.S.
Henderson Lovelace Lanham Democratic Georgia
(7th district)
November 10, 1957 69 Traffic collision with train[51] Rome, Georgia U.S.
Augustine B. Kelley Democratic Pennsylvania
(21st district)
November 20, 1957 74 Cancer[52] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Jere Cooper Democratic Tennessee
(8th district)
December 18, 1957 64 Heart attack[53] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Russell W. Keeney Republican Illinois
(14th district)
January 11, 1958 60 Chronic bladder ailment[54] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
August H. Andresen Republican Minnesota
(1st district)
January 14, 1958 67 Heart attack[55] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Matthew M. Neely Democratic West Virginia
(Senator)
January 18, 1958 83 Cancer[56] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Lawrence H. Smith Republican Wisconsin
(1st district)
January 22, 1958 65 Heart attack[57] Washington, D.C. U.S.
John J. Dempsey Democratic New Mexico
(At-large)
March 11, 1958 78 Viral infection[58] Washington, D.C. U.S.
George S. Long Democratic Louisiana
(8th district)
March 22, 1958 74 Complications following heart attack[59] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
W. Kerr Scott Democratic North Carolina
(Senator)
April 16, 1958 61 Heart attack[60] Burlington, North Carolina U.S.
William E. McVey Republican Illinois
(4th district)
August 10, 1958 72 Heart attack[61] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Herman P. Eberharter Democratic Pennsylvania
(28th district)
September 9, 1958 66 Stroke[62] Arlington, Virginia U.S.
J. Harry McGregor Republican Ohio
(17th district)
October 7, 1958 62 Heart attack[63] Coshocton, Ohio U.S.
Sid Simpson Republican Illinois
(20th district)
October 26, 1958 64 Heart attack[64] Pittsfield, Illinois U.S.
George H. Christopher Democratic Missouri
(4th district)
January 23, 1959 70 Heart attack[65] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Daniel A. Reed Republican New York
(43rd district)
February 19, 1959 83 Heart attack[66] Washington, D.C. U.S.
James G. Polk Democratic Ohio
(6th district)
April 28, 1959 62 Cancer[67] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Charles A. Boyle Democratic Illinois
(12th district)
November 4, 1959 52 Traffic collision[68] Chicago, Illinois U.S.
Steven V. Carter Democratic Iowa
(4th district)
November 4, 1959 44 Cancer[69] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Alvin Bush Republican Pennsylvania
(17th district)
November 5, 1959 66 Heart attack[70] Williamsport, Pennsylvania U.S.
William Langer Republican North Dakota
(Senator)
November 8, 1959 73 Heart failure[71] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Richard M. Simpson Republican Pennsylvania
(18th district)
January 7, 1960 59 Complications following surgery to remove brain tumor[72] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
David M. Hall Democratic North Carolina
(12th district)
January 29, 1960 41 Bladder cancer[73] Sylva, North Carolina U.S.
Richard L. Neuberger Democratic Oregon
(Senator)
March 9, 1960 47 Cerebral hemorrhage[74] Portland, Oregon U.S.
Russell V. Mack Republican Washington
(3rd district)
March 28, 1960 68 Heart attack[75] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Douglas H. Elliott Republican Pennsylvania
(18th district)
June 19, 1960 39 Suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning[76] Horse Valley, Pennsylvania U.S.
Edith Nourse Rogers Republican Massachusetts
(5th district)
September 10, 1960 79 Heart attack[77] Boston, Massachusetts U.S.
Thomas C. Hennings Jr. Democratic Missouri
(Senator)
September 13, 1960 57 Stomach cancer[78] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Edwin K. Thomson Republican Wyoming
(At-large district)
December 9, 1960 41 Heart attack[79] Cody, Wyoming U.S.
William F. Norrell Democratic Arkansas
(6th district)
February 15, 1961 64 Stroke[80] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Walter M. Mumma Republican Pennsylvania
(16th district)
February 25, 1961 70 Stroke[81] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
B. Carroll Reece Republican Tennessee
(1st district)
March 19, 1961 71 Lung cancer[82] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Overton Brooks Democratic Louisiana
(4th district)
September 16, 1961 63 Heart attack[83] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Louis C. Rabaut Democratic Michigan
(14th district)
November 12, 1961 74 Heart attack[84] Hamtramck, Michigan U.S.
Sam Rayburn Democratic Texas
(4th district)
November 16, 1961 79 Cancer[85] Bonham, Texas U.S.
Styles Bridges Republican New Hampshire
(Senator)
November 26, 1961 63 Complications following heart attack[86] Concord, New Hampshire U.S.
John J. Riley Democratic South Carolina
(2nd district)
January 1, 1962 66 Coronary thrombosis[87] Myrtle Beach, South Carolina U.S.
Andrew F. Schoeppel Republican Kansas
(Senator)
January 21, 1962 67 Stomach Cancer[88] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Francis H. Case Republican South Dakota
(Senator)
June 22, 1962 65 Heart attack[89] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Henry Dworshak Republican Idaho
(Senator)
July 23, 1962 67 Heart attack[90] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Clement W. Miller Democratic California
(1st district)
October 7, 1962 45 Plane crash[91] Eureka, California U.S.
Dennis Chávez Democratic New Mexico
(Senator)
November 18, 1962 74 Heart attack[92] Los Chaves, New Mexico U.S.
Robert S. Kerr Democratic Oklahoma
(Senator)
January 1, 1963 66 Coronary thrombosis[93] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Clyde Doyle Democratic California
(23rd district)
March 14, 1963 75 Natural causes[94] Arlington, Virginia U.S.
Francis E. Walter Democratic Pennsylvania
(15th district)
May 31, 1963 69 Leukemia[95] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Hjalmar C. Nygaard Republican North Dakota
(1st district)
July 18, 1963 57 Heart attack[96] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Estes Kefauver Democratic Tennessee
(Senator)
August 10, 1963 60 Heart attack[97] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Leon H. Gavin Republican Pennsylvania
(23rd district)
September 15, 1963 70 Cerebral hemorrhage[98] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Bill Green Jr. Democratic Pennsylvania
(5th district)
December 21, 1963 53 Peritonitis and gall bladder complications[99] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S.
Howard Baker Republican Tennessee
(2nd district)
January 7, 1964 61 Heart attack[100] Knoxville, Tennessee U.S.
Thomas J. O'Brien Democratic Illinois
(6th district)
April 14, 1964 85 Stroke[101] Chicago, Illinois U.S.
Clarence Cannon Democratic Missouri
(9th district)
May 12, 1964 85 Heart failure[102] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Clair Engle Democratic California
(Senator)
July 30, 1964 52 Complications following surgery to remove brain tumor[103] Washington, D.C. U.S.
John B. Bennett Republican Michigan
(12th district)
August 9, 1964 60 Cancer[104] Chevy Chase, Maryland U.S.
A. Walter Norblad Republican Oregon
(1st district)
September 20, 1964 56 Heart attack[105] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Olin D. Johnston Democratic South Carolina
(Senator)
April 18, 1965 68 Pneumonia[106] Columbia, South Carolina U.S.
T. Ashton Thompson Democratic Louisiana
(7th district)
July 1, 1965 49 Traffic collision[107] Gastonia, North Carolina U.S.
Clarence J. Brown Republican Ohio
(7th district)
August 23, 1965 72 Uremic poisoning due to kidney failure[108] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Herbert C. Bonner Democratic North Carolina
(1st district)
November 7, 1965 74 Cancer[109] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Albert R. Thomas Democratic Texas
(8th district)
February 15, 1966 67 Cancer[110] Washington, D.C. U.S.
John F. Baldwin Jr. Republican California
(14th district)
March 9, 1966 50 Cancer[111] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Patrick V. McNamara Democratic Michigan
(Senator)
April 30, 1966 71 Stroke[112] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
John E. Fogarty Democratic Rhode Island
(2nd district)
January 10, 1967 53 Heart attack[113] Washington, D.C. U.S.
J. Arthur Younger Republican California
(11th district)
June 20, 1967 74 Leukemia[114] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Joe R. Pool Democratic Texas
(3rd district)
July 14, 1968 57 Heart attack[115] Houston, Texas U.S.
Elmer J. Holland Democratic Pennsylvania
(20th district)
August 9, 1968 74 Heart attack[116] Annapolis, Maryland U.S.
Bob Bartlett Democratic Alaska
(Senator)
December 11, 1968 64 Internal hemorrhage following heart surgery[117] Cleveland, Ohio U.S.
Fats Everett Democratic Tennessee
(8th district)
January 26, 1969 53 Pneumonia and flu complications[118] Nashville, Tennessee U.S.
William H. Bates Republican Massachusetts
(6th district)
June 22, 1969 52 Stomach cancer[119] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Daniel J. Ronan Democratic Illinois
(6th district)
August 13, 1969 55 Heart attack[120] Chicago, Illinois U.S.
Everett Dirksen Republican Illinois
(Senator)
September 7, 1969 73 Cardiopulmonary arrest Washington, D.C. U.S.
Glenard P. Lipscomb Republican California
(24th district)
February 1, 1970 54 Complications following surgery to remove intestinal tumor[121] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
James B. Utt Republican California
(35th district)
March 1, 1970 70 Heart attack[122] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
William St. Onge Democratic Connecticut
(2nd district)
May 1, 1970 55 Heart attack[123] Groton, Connecticut U.S.
Michael J. Kirwan Democratic Ohio
(19th district)
July 27, 1970 83 Complications following fall[124] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
G. Robert Watkins Republican Pennsylvania
(9th district)
August 7, 1970 68 Heart attack[125] West Chester, Pennsylvania U.S.
William L. Dawson Democratic Illinois
(1st district)
November 9, 1970 84 Pneumonia[126] Chicago, Illinois U.S.
L. Mendel Rivers Democratic South Carolina
(1st district)
December 28, 1970 65 Complications following heart valve replacement[127] Birmingham, Alabama U.S.
Richard Russell Jr. Democratic Georgia
(Senator)
January 21, 1971 73 Emphysema[128] Washington, D.C. U.S.
Robert J. Corbett Republican Pennsylvania
(18th district)
April 25, 1971 65 Heart attack[129] Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania U.S.
Winston L. Prouty Republican Vermont
(Senator)
September 10, 1971 65 Gastric cancer[130] Boston, Massachusetts U.S.
John C. Watts Democratic Kentucky
(6th district)
September 24, 1971 69 Stroke[131] Lexington, Kentucky U.S.
James G. Fulton Republican Pennsylvania
(27th district)
October 6, 1971 68 Heart attack[132] Washington, D.C. U.S.
George W. Andrews Democratic Alabama
(3rd district)
December 25, 1971 65 Complications following heart surgery[133] Birmingham, Alabama U.S.
Allen J. Ellender Democratic Louisiana
(Senator)
July 27, 1972 81 Heart attack[134] Maryland U.S.
William F. Ryan Democratic New York
(20th district)
September 17, 1972 50 Throat cancer[135] New York City, New York U.S.
Nick Begich Democratic Alaska
(At-large district)
October 16, 1972 40 Presumably killed in plane crash Alaska U.S.
Hale Boggs Democratic Louisiana
(2nd district)
October 16, 1972 58 Presumably killed in plane crash Alaska U.S.
Frank T. Bow Republican Ohio
(16th district)
November 13, 1972 71 Heart failure[136] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
George W. Collins Democratic Illinois
(6th district)
December 8, 1972 47 Plane crash[137] Chicago, Illinois U.S.
William O. Mills Republican Maryland
(1st district)
May 24, 1973 48 Suicide by firearm[138] Bethlehem, Maryland U.S.
John P. Saylor Republican Pennsylvania
(12th district)
October 28, 1973 65 Heart attack[139] Houston, Texas U.S.
Charles M. Teague Republican California
(13th district)
January 1, 1974 64 Heart attack[140] Santa Paula, California U.S.
John C. Kluczynski Democratic Illinois
(5th district)
January 26, 1975 78 Heart attack[141] Chicago, Illinois U.S.
Jerry Pettis Republican California
(37th district)
February 14, 1975 58 Plane crash[142] Banning, California U.S.
Wright Patman Democratic Texas
(1st district)
March 7, 1976 82 Pneumonia[143] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
William A. Barrett Democratic Pennsylvania
(1st district)
April 12, 1976 79 Pneumonia[144] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S.
Torbert Macdonald Democratic Massachusetts
(7th district)
May 21, 1976 58 Internal hemorrhage[145] Bethesda, Maryland U.S.
Jerry Litton Democratic Missouri
(6th district)
August 3, 1976 39 Plane crash[146] Chillicothe, Missouri U.S.
Philip Hart Democratic Michigan
(Senator)
December 26, 1976 64 Cancer[147] Washington, D.C. U.S.
John L. McClellan Democratic Arkansas
(Senator)
November 28, 1977 81 Died in sleep following a recent surgery to implant a pacemaker[148] Little Rock, Arkansas U.S.
Lee Metcalf Democratic Montana
(Senator)
January 12, 1978 66 Heart attack[149] Helena, Montana U.S.
Hubert Humphrey Democratic Minnesota
(Senator)
January 13, 1978 66 Bladder cancer[150] Waverly, Minnesota U.S.
James Allen Democratic Alabama
(Senator)
June 1, 1978 65 Heart attack[151] Gulf Shores, Alabama U.S.
Clifford Allen Democratic Tennessee
(5th district)
June 18, 1978 66 Heart attack[152] Nashville, Tennessee U.S.
William M. Ketchum Republican California
(18th district)
June 24, 1978 56 Heart attack[153] Bakersfield, California U.S.
Ralph Metcalfe Democratic Illinois
(1st district)
October 10, 1978 68 Heart attack[154] Chicago, Illinois U.S.
Goodloe Byron Democratic Maryland
(6th district)
October 11, 1978 49 Heart attack[155] Hagerstown, Maryland U.S.
Leo Ryan Democratic California
(11th district)
November 18, 1978 53 Murder by gunshot[156] Port Kaituma, Guyana U.S.
William A. Steiger Republican Wisconsin
(6th district)
December 4, 1978 40 Heart attack[157] Washington, D.C. U.S.
John M. Slack Jr. Democratic West Virginia
(3rd district)
March 17, 1980 64 Heart attack[158] Alexandria, Virginia Cunningham Memorial Park, St. Albans, West Virginia
Harold L. Runnels Democratic New Mexico
(2nd district)
August 5, 1980 56 Respiratory failure[159] New York City, New York Rest Haven Memorial Gardens, Lovington, New Mexico
Tennyson Guyer Republican Ohio
(4th district)
April 12, 1981 68 Heart attack[160] Alexandria, Virginia Maple Grove Cemetery, Findlay, Ohio
William R. Cotter Democratic Connecticut
(1st district)
September 8, 1981 55 Pancreatic cancer[161] East Lyme, Connecticut Mount Saint Benedict Cemetery, Bloomfield, Connecticut
John M. Ashbrook Republican Ohio
(17th district)
April 24, 1982 53 Peptic ulcer[162] Johnstown, Ohio Green Hill Cemetery, Johnstown, Ohio
Adam Benjamin Jr. Democratic Indiana
(1st district)
September 7, 1982 47 Heart attack[163] Washington D.C. Calumet Park Cemetery, Merrillville, Indiana
Benjamin S. Rosenthal Democratic New York
(7th district)
January 4, 1983 59 Cancer[164] Washington D.C. Beth David Cemetery, Elmont, New York
Phillip Burton Democratic California
(5th district)
April 10, 1983 56 Thrombosis[165] San Francisco, California San Francisco National Cemetery, San Francisco, California
Henry M. Jackson Democratic Washington
(Senator)
September 1, 1983 71 Heart attack[166] Everett, Washington Evergreen Cemetery, Everett, Washington
Larry McDonald Democratic Georgia
(7th district)
September 1, 1983 48 Shoot down of Korean Air Lines Flight 007 by Soviet Air Defence Forces interceptors on the orders of General Anatoly Kornukov[167] Sakhalin, Soviet Union Crestlawn Cemetery, Augusta, Georgia
Clement J. Zablocki Democratic Wisconsin
(4th district)
December 3, 1983 71 Heart attack[168] Milwaukee, Wisconsin St. Adalbert's Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Edwin B. Forsythe Republican New Jersey
(13th district)
March 29, 1984 68 Lung cancer[169] Moorestown Township, New Jersey Medford Friends Meeting Cemetery, Medford, New Jersey
Carl D. Perkins Democratic Kentucky
(7th district)
August 3, 1984 71 Heart attack[170] Lexington, Kentucky Mountain Memory Gardens, Hindman, Kentucky
Gillis W. Long Democratic Louisiana
(8th district)
January 20, 1985 61 Heart attack[171] Washington, D.C. Alexandria National Cemetery, Pineville, Louisiana
Joseph P. Addabbo Democratic New York
(6th district)
April 10, 1986 61 Seizure induced coma during treatment for bladder cancer[172] Washington, D.C. Saint John's Cemetery, Queens, New York
John P. East Republican North Carolina
(Senator)
June 29, 1986 55 Suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning[173] Greenville, North Carolina Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia
George M. O'Brien Republican Illinois
(4th district)
July 17, 1986 69 Prostate cancer[174] Bethesda, Maryland Resurrection Cemetery, Romeoville, Illinois
John E. Grotberg Republican Illinois
(14th district)
November 15, 1986 61 Bronchial pneumonia and colon cancer[175] Saint Charles, Illinois Union Cemetery, Saint Charles, Illinois
Sala Burton Democratic California
(5th district)
February 1, 1987 61 Colon cancer[176] Washington, D.C. Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, California
Edward Zorinsky Democratic Nebraska
(Senator)
March 6, 1987 58 Heart attack[177] Omaha, Nebraska Beth El Cemetery, Ralston, Nebraska
Stewart McKinney Republican Connecticut
(4th district)
May 7, 1987 56 AIDS-complicated pneumocystis pneumonia[178] Washington, D.C. Cremated
Dan Daniel Democratic Virginia
(5th district)
January 23, 1988 73 Heart attack[179] Charlottesville, Virginia Highland Burial Park, Danville, Virginia
James J. Howard Democratic New Jersey
(3rd district)
March 25, 1988 60 Heart attack[180] Washington, D.C. St. Catharine’s Cemetery, Sea Girt, New Jersey
C. Melvin Price Democratic Illinois
(21st district)
April 22, 1988 83 Pancreatic cancer[181] Camp Springs, Maryland Mount Carmel Cemetery, Belleville, Illinois
John Duncan Sr. Republican Tennessee
(2nd district)
June 21, 1988 69 Cancer[182] Knoxville, Tennessee Duncan Family Cemetery, Knoxville, Tennessee
William F. Nichols Democratic Alabama
(3rd district)
December 13, 1988 70 Heart attack[183] Washington, D.C. Marble City Cemetery, Sylacauga, Alabama
Claude Pepper Democratic Florida
(18th district)
May 30, 1989 88 Complications from nutritional deficiencies and malignancy[184] Washington, D.C. Oakland Cemetery, Tallahassee, Florida
Mickey Leland Democratic Texas
(18th district)
August 7, 1989 44 Plane crash[185] Gambela, Ethiopia Golden Gate Cemetery, Houston, Texas
Larkin I. Smith Republican Mississippi
(5th district)
August 13, 1989 45 Plane crash[186] Perry County, Mississippi Floral Hills Memorial Gardens, Gulfport, Mississippi
Spark Matsunaga Democratic Hawaii
(Senator)
April 15, 1990 73 Prostate cancer[187] Toronto, Canada National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Honolulu, Hawaii
Silvio Conte Republican Massachusetts
(1st district)
February 8, 1991 69 Prostate cancer[188] Bethesda, Maryland Saint Josephs Cemetery, Pittsfield, Massachusetts
John Heinz Republican Pennsylvania
(Senator)
April 4, 1991 52 Plane crash[189] Lower Merion Township, Pennsylvania Homewood Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Quentin N. Burdick Democratic North Dakota
(Senator)
September 8, 1992 84 Heart failure[190] Fargo, North Dakota Bohemian Cemetery, Silver Lake, Minnesota
Theodore S. Weiss Democratic New York
(17th district)
September 14, 1992 64 Heart failure[191] New York City, New York [Data unknown/missing.]
Walter B. Jones Sr. Democratic North Carolina
(1st district)
September 15, 1992 79 Natural causes[192] Norfolk, Virginia Forest Hills Cemetery, Farmville, North Carolina
Paul B. Henry Republican Michigan
(3rd district)
July 31, 1993 51 Brain cancer[193] Grand Rapids, Michigan Woodlawn Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan
William Natcher Democratic Kentucky
(2nd district)
March 29, 1994 84 Heart failure[194] Bethesda, Maryland Fairview Cemetery, Bowling Green, Kentucky
Dean Gallo Republican New Jersey
(11th district)
November 6, 1994 58 Prostate cancer[195] Denville, New Jersey [Data unknown/missing.]
Bill Emerson Republican Missouri
(8th district)
June 22, 1996 58 Lung cancer[196] Bethesda, Maryland Hillsboro Cemetery Hillsboro, Missouri
Frank Tejeda Democratic Texas
(28th district)
January 30, 1997 51 Pneumonia following treatment for brain tumor[197] San Antonio, Texas Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas
Walter Capps Democratic California
(22nd district)
October 28, 1997 63 Heart attack[198] Reston, Virginia Santa Barbara Cemetery, Santa Barbara, California
Sonny Bono Republican California
(44th district)
January 5, 1998 62 Skiing accident[199] Stateline, Nevada Desert Memorial Park, Cathedral City, California
Steven Schiff Republican New Mexico
(1st district)
March 25, 1998 51 Squamous-cell skin cancer[200] Albuquerque, New Mexico Desert Memorial Park, Cathedral City, California
George Brown Jr. Democratic California
(42nd district)
July 15, 1999 79 Infection following heart valve replacement[201] Bethesda, Maryland Cremated
John Chafee Republican Rhode Island
(Senator)
October 24, 1999 77 Congestive heart failure[202] Washington, D.C. Chafee Family Cemetery, Warwick, Rhode Island
Paul Coverdell Republican Georgia
(Senator)
July 18, 2000 61 Cerebral hemorrhage[203] Atlanta, Georgia Arlington Memorial Park, Fulton County, Georgia
Herbert H. Bateman Republican Virginia
(1st district)
September 11, 2000 72 Unspecified natural causes Leesburg, Virginia Peninsula Memorial Park, Newport News, Virginia
Bruce Vento Democratic Minnesota
(4th district)
October 10, 2000 60 Mesothelioma[204] Saint Paul, Minnesota Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Ramsey County, Minnesota
Julian C. Dixon Democratic California
(32nd district)
December 8, 2000 66 Heart attack[205] Los Angeles, California Inglewood Park Cemetery, Inglewood, California
Norman Sisisky Democratic Virginia
(4th district)
March 29, 2001 73 Lung cancer[206] Richmond, Virginia Beth El Cemetery, Henrico County, Virginia
Joe Moakley Democratic Massachusetts
(9th district)
May 28, 2001 74 Myelodysplastic syndrome[207] Bethesda, Maryland Blue Hill Cemetery, Braintree, Massachusetts
Floyd Spence Republican South Carolina
(2nd district)
August 16, 2001 73 Cerebral thrombosis[208] Columbia, South Carolina Saint Peters Lutheran Church Cemetery, Lexington, South Carolina
Patsy Mink Democratic Hawaii
(2nd district)
September 28, 2002 74 Viral pneumonia following chickenpox[209] Honolulu, Hawaii National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Honolulu, Hawaii
Paul Wellstone Democratic Minnesota
(Senator)
October 25, 2002 58 Plane crash[210] Eveleth, Minnesota Lakewood Cemetery, Hennepin County, Minnesota
Bob Matsui Democratic California
(5th district)
January 1, 2005 63 Myelodysplastic syndrome[211] Bethesda, Maryland East Lawn Memorial Park, Sacramento, California
Charlie Norwood Republican Georgia
(10th district)
February 13, 2007 65 Liver cancer[212] Augusta, Georgia Westover Memorial Park, Augusta, Georgia
Juanita Millender-McDonald Democratic California
(37th district)
April 22, 2007 68 Colon cancer[213] Carson, California Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Cypress, California
Craig L. Thomas Republican Wyoming
(Senator)
June 4, 2007 74 Leukemia[214] Bethesda, Maryland Riverside Cemetery, Cody, Wyoming
Paul Gillmor Republican Ohio
(5th district)
September 5, 2007 68 Fall down stairs[215] Arlington, Virginia Pleasant Union Cemetery, Old Fort, Ohio
Jo Ann Davis Republican Virginia
(1st district)
October 6, 2007 57 Breast cancer[216] Gloucester, Virginia Bellamy Memorial Cemetery, Bellamy, Virginia
Julia Carson Democratic Indiana
(7th district)
December 15, 2007 69 Lung cancer[217] Indianapolis, Indiana Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana
Tom Lantos Democratic California
(12th district)
February 11, 2008 80 Esophageal cancer[218] Bethesda, Maryland Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Stephanie Tubbs Jones Democratic Ohio
(11th district)
August 20, 2008 58 Cerebral hemorrhage[219] East Cleveland, Ohio Crestwood Cemetery, Bay Village, Ohio
Ted Kennedy Democratic Massachusetts
(Senator)
August 25, 2009 77 Brain cancer[220] Hyannis Port, Massachusetts Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington County, Virginia
John Murtha Democratic Pennsylvania
(12th district)
February 8, 2010 77 Infection following gallbladder surgery[221] Arlington, Virginia Grandview Cemetery, Johnstown, Pennsylvania
Robert Byrd Democratic West Virginia
(Senator)
June 28, 2010 92 Unspecified complications following hospitalization for heat exhaustion[222] Falls Church, Virginia Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia
Donald M. Payne Democratic New Jersey
(10th district)
March 6, 2012 77 Colon cancer[223] Livingston, New Jersey Glendale Cemetery, Bloomfield, New Jersey
Daniel Inouye Democratic Hawaii
(Senator)
December 17, 2012 88 Respiratory complications during hospitalization[224] Bethesda, Maryland National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Honolulu, Hawaii
Frank Lautenberg Democratic New Jersey
(Senator)
June 3, 2013 89 Viral pneumonia[225] New York City, New York Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia
Bill Young Republican Florida
(13th district)
October 18, 2013 82 Multiple Myeloma[226] Bethesda, Maryland Bay Pines Cemetery, Bay Pines, Florida
Alan Nunnelee Republican Mississippi
(1st district)
February 6, 2015 56 Brain cancer[227] Tupelo, Mississippi Maxcy Cemetery, Belden, Mississippi
Mark Takai Democratic Hawaii
(1st district)
July 20, 2016 49 Pancreatic cancer[228] Honolulu, Hawaii National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Honolulu, Hawaii
Louise Slaughter Democratic New York
(25th district)
March 16, 2018 88 Fall[229] Washington, D.C. Cremated[230]
John McCain Republican Arizona
(Senator)
August 25, 2018 81 Brain cancer[231] Cornville, Arizona United States Naval Academy Cemetery, Annapolis, Maryland
Walter B. Jones Jr. Republican North Carolina
(3rd district)
February 10, 2019 76 Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis[232] Greenville, North Carolina Forest Hills Cemetery, Farmville, North Carolina

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