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List of United States Representatives from New York

The following is a list of members of the United States House of Representatives from the state of New York. For chronological tables of members of both houses of the United States Congress from the state (through the present day), see United States Congressional Delegations from New York. The list of names should be complete as of March 16, 2018, but other data may be incomplete.

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Representative Party District Years District home Electoral history
Bella Abzug Democratic 19th Jan 3, 1971 – Jan 3, 1973 Manhattan Retired to run for U.S. Senate.
20th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1977
Gary Ackerman Democratic 7th Mar 1, 1983 – Jan 3, 1993 Queens Retired.
5th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2013
Charles H. Adams Republican 16th Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1877 Cohoes
John Adams Jacksonian 8th Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1835 Durham
John J. Adams Democratic 8th Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885 Manhattan
7th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1887
Parmenio Adams Adams-Clay Democratic-Republican 29th Jan 7, 1824 – Mar 3, 1825 Batavia
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827
Joseph P. Addabbo Democratic 5th Jan 3, 1961 – Jan 3, 1963 Queens Died.
7th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1983
6th Jan 3, 1983 – Apr 10, 1986
Asa Adgate Democratic-Republican 12th Dec 7, 1815 – Mar 3, 1817 Chesterfield
Theron Akin Progressive Republican 25th Mar 4, 1911 – Mar 3, 1913 Fort Johnson
De Alva S. Alexander Republican 33rd Mar 4, 1897 – Mar 3, 1903 Buffalo
36th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1911
Henry P. Alexander Whig 17th Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1851 Little Falls
Judson Allen Democratic 20th Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1841 Harpursville
Nathaniel Allen Democratic-Republican 21st Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Richmond
Jerome Ambro Democratic 3rd Jan 3, 1975 – Jan 3, 1981 Huntington
Joseph H. Anderson Democratic 7th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1847 White Plains
George R. Andrews Whig 14th Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1851 Ticonderoga
John T. Andrews Democratic 27th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 Bath
Samuel G. Andrews Republican 29th Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859 Rochester
Walter G. Andrews Republican 40th Mar 4, 1931 – Jan 3, 1945 Buffalo
42nd Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1949
John E. Andrus Republican 19th Mar 4, 1905 – Mar 3, 1913 Yonkers
Victor L. Anfuso Democratic 8th Jan 3, 1951 – Jan 3, 1953 Brooklyn
Jan 3, 1955 – Jan 3, 1963
William G. Angel Jacksonian 13th Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827 Burlington
Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1833
Martin C. Ansorge Republican 21st Mar 4, 1921 – Mar 3, 1923 Manhattan Lost re-election
Michael Arcuri Democratic 24th Jan 3, 2007 – Jan 3, 2011 Utica
Benedict Arnold Anti-Jacksonian 16th Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831 Amsterdam
John Arnot, Jr. Democratic 29th Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885 Elmira Died.
28th Mar 4, 1885 – Nov 20, 1886
Henry Ashley Jacksonian 11th Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827 Catskill
Daniel Avery Democratic-Republican 14th Mar 4, 1811 – Mar 3, 1813 Scipio
20th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1815
Sep 30, 1816 – Mar 3, 1817
Stephen B. Ayres Independent Democratic 18th Mar 4, 1911 – Mar 3, 1913 Manhattan
Alfred Babcock Whig 33rd Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Gaines
Leander Babcock Democratic 23rd Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Oswego
William Babcock Anti-Masonic 26th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833 Penn Yan
Henry Bacon Democratic 15th Dec 6, 1886 – Mar 3, 1889 Goshen
Mar 4, 1891 – Mar 3, 1893
Robert L. Bacon Republican 1st Mar 4, 1923 – Sep 12, 1938 Old Westbury Died.
William J. Bacon Republican 23rd Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1879 Utica
Luther Badger Anti-Jacksonian 23rd Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827 Jamesville
Herman Badillo Democratic 22nd Jan 3, 1971 – Jan 3, 1973 Bronx Resigned to become Deputy Mayor of New York City
21st Jan 3, 1973 – Dec 31, 1977
George A. Bagley Republican 22nd Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1879 Watertown
John H. Bagley, Jr. Democratic 15th Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1877 Catskill
Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885
Alexander H. Bailey Republican 21st Nov 30, 1867 – Mar 3, 1871 Rome Retired.
John M. Bailey Republican 16th Nov 5, 1878 – Mar 3, 1881 Albany
Theodorus Bailey Anti-Administration 5th Mar 4, 1793 – Mar 3, 1795 Poughkeepsie
Democratic-Republican Mar 4, 1795 – Mar 3, 1797
Mar 4, 1799 – Mar 3, 1801
Dec 7, 1801 – Mar 3, 1803
Caleb Baker Democratic-Republican 20th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Elmira
Charles S. Baker Republican 30th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1891 Rochester
Robert Baker Democratic 6th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1905 Brooklyn
Stephen Baker Republican 12th Mar 4, 1861 – Mar 3, 1863 Poughkeepsie
William H. Baker Republican 24th Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1879 Constantia
Joseph C. Baldwin Republican 17th Mar 11, 1941 – Jan 3, 1947 Manhattan
Daniel D. Barnard Anti-Jacksonian 27th Mar 4, 1827 – Mar 3, 1829 Albany
Whig 10th Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1843
13th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845
Demas Barnes Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1867 – Mar 3, 1869 Brooklyn
Thomas J. Barr Democratic 4th Jan 17, 1859 – Mar 3, 1861 Manhattan
Robert R. Barry Republican 27th Jan 3, 1959 – Jan 3, 1963 Yonkers
25th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1965
William B. Barry Democratic 2nd Nov 5, 1935 – Jan 3, 1945 Queens Died.
4th Jan 3, 1945 – Oct 20, 1946
Gamaliel H. Barstow Anti-Masonic 25th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833 Nichols
Franklin Bartlett Democratic 7th Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1897 Manhattan
Bruce F. Barton Republican 17th Nov 2, 1937 – Jan 3, 1941 Manhattan
Samuel Barton Jacksonian 2nd Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Richmond
Lyman K. Bass Republican 31st Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875 Buffalo
32nd Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1877
Edward M. Bassett Democratic 5th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1905 Brooklyn
Lewis Beach Democratic 14th Mar 4, 1881 – Mar 3, 1885 Cornwall Died.
15th Mar 4, 1885 – Aug 10, 1886
Charles L. Beale Republican 12th Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1861 Kinderhook
Samuel Beardsley Jacksonian 14th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833 Utica Resigned after being appointed circuit judge
17th Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 29, 1836
Democratic 20th Mar 4, 1843 – Feb 29, 1844 Resigned after being appointed associate justice of New York Supreme Court
Frank J. Becker Republican 3rd Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1963 Lynbrook
5th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1965
George M. Beebe Democratic 14th Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1879 Monticello
Thomas Beekman Anti-Jacksonian 22nd Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831 Peterboro
Cyrus Beers Democratic 22nd Dec 3, 1838 – Mar 3, 1839 Ithaca
Alfred F. Beiter Democratic 41st Mar 4, 1933 – Jan 3, 1939 Williamsville
Jan 3, 1941 – Jan 3, 1943
George O. Belden Jacksonian 7th Mar 4, 1827 – Mar 3, 1829 Monticello
James J. Belden Republican 25th Nov 8, 1887 – Mar 3, 1893 Syracuse
27th Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1895
Mar 4, 1897 – Mar 3, 1899
Joseph M. Belford Republican 1st Mar 4, 1897 – Mar 3, 1899 Riverhead
Oliver H.P. Belmont Democratic 13th Mar 4, 1901 – Mar 3, 1903 Manhattan
Perry Belmont Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1881 – Dec 1, 1888 Babylon Resigned after being appointed U.S. Minister to Spain
Charles B. Benedict Democratic 31st Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1879 Attica
Augus W. Bennet Republican 29th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1947 Newburgh
William S. Bennet Republican 17th Mar 4, 1905 – Mar 3, 1911 Manhattan
23rd Nov 2, 1915 – Mar 3, 1917
Charles G. Bennett Republican 5th Mar 4, 1895 – Mar 3, 1899 Brooklyn
David S. Bennett Republican 30th Mar 4, 1869 – Mar 3, 1871 Buffalo
Henry Bennett Whig 22nd Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1853 New Berlin Lost re-election
21st Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855
Opposition Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857
Republican Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859
Egbert Benson Pro-Administration 3rd Mar 4, 1789 – Mar 3, 1793 Red Hook
Federalist 2nd Mar 4, 1813 – Aug 2, 1813 Resigned.
Henry W. Bentley Democratic 23rd Mar 4, 1891 – Mar 3, 1893 Boonville
Charles S. Benton Democratic 17th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1847 Mohawk
John T. Bergen Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833 Brooklyn
Teunis G. Bergen Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1867 New Utrecht
Samuel R. Betts Democratic-Republican 7th Mar 4, 1815 – Mar 3, 1817 Newburgh
Mario Biaggi Democratic 24th Jan 3, 1969 – Jan 3, 1973 Bronx Resigned.
10th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1983
19th Jan 3, 1983 – Aug 5, 1988
Bennet Bicknell Democratic 23rd Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 Morrisville
Jonathan B. Bingham Democratic 23rd Jan 3, 1965 – Jan 3, 1973 Bronx
22nd Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1983
John Bird Federalist 6th Mar 4, 1799 – Jul 25, 1801 Resigned.
Ausburn Birdsall Democratic 22nd Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1849 Binghamton
James Birdsall Democratic-Republican 15th Mar 4, 1815 – Mar 3, 1817 Norwich
Samuel Birdsall Democratic 25th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 Waterloo
Victory Birdseye Democratic-Republican 19th Mar 4, 1815 – Mar 3, 1817 Pompey
Whig 23rd Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843
Timothy H. Bishop Democratic 1st Jan 3, 2003 – Jan 3, 2015 Southampton
Frank S. Black Republican 19th Mar 4, 1895 – Jan 7, 1897 Troy Resigned after being elected Governor of New York
Loring M. Black, Jr. Democratic 5th Mar 4, 1923 – Jan 3, 1935 Manhattan
Esbon Blackmar Whig 27th Dec 4, 1848 – Mar 3, 1849 Newark
Bernard Blair Whig 12th Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Salem
John Blake, Jr. Democratic-Republican 5th Mar 4, 1805 – Mar 3, 1809 Montgomery
Harmanus Bleecker Federalist 7th Mar 4, 1811 – Mar 3, 1813 Albany
Archibald M. Bliss Democratic 4th Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1883 Brooklyn
5th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1889
Isaac Bloom Democratic-Republican 6th Mar 4, 1803 – Apr 26, 1803 Died.
Sol Bloom Democratic 19th Jan 30, 1923 – Jan 3, 1945 Manhattan Died.
20th Jan 3, 1945 – Mar 7, 1949
Abraham Bockee Jacksonian 5th Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831 Federal Store
Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1837
Charles Bodle Jacksonian 7th Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1835 Bloomingburg
Sherwood Boehlert Republican 25th Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1993 New Hartford
23rd Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2003
24th Jan 3, 2003 – Jan 3, 2007
David A. Bokee Whig 2nd Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1851 Brooklyn
Charles G. Bond Republican 8th Mar 4, 1921 – Mar 3, 1923 Brooklyn
Azariah Boody Whig 29th Mar 4, 1853 – Oct, 1853 Rochester Resigned.
David A. Boody Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1891 – Oct 13, 1891 Brooklyn Resigned to become railroad commissioner of New York State
Charles Borland, Jr. Democratic-Republican 6th Nov 8, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823 Wardsbridge
Peter I. Borst Jacksonian 12th Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831 Middleburg
Albert H. Bosch Republican 5th Jan 3, 1953 – Dec 31, 1960 Queens Resigned to become judge for Queens County
Joseph Bouck Democratic 12th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833 Middleburg
Matthias J. Bovee Jacksonian 15th Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Amsterdam
John M. Bowers Federalist 15th Jun 21, 1813 – Dec 20, 1813 Cooperstown Lost election contest to Isaac Williams, Jr.
Obadiah Bowne Whig 2nd Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Richmond
Samuel S. Bowne Democratic 19th Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Cooperstown
Alexander Boyd Federalist 13th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1815 Middleburg
John H. Boyd Whig 14th Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Whitehall
John J. Boylan Democratic 15th Mar 4, 1923 – Oct 5, 1938 Manhattan Died.
Thomas J. Bradley Democratic 9th Mar 4, 1897 – Mar 3, 1901 Manhattan
Thomas W. Bradley Republican 20th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1913 Walden
Frank J. Brasco Democratic 11th Jan 3, 1967 – Jan 3, 1975 Brooklyn
Francis B. Brewer Republican 33rd Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885 Westfield
David P. Brewster Democratic 17th Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1843 Oswego
Henry C. Brewster Republican 31st Mar 4, 1895 – Mar 3, 1899 Rochester
George Briggs Whig 5th Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1853 Manhattan
Republican 7th Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1861
Anthony Brindisi Democratic 22nd Jan 3, 2019 – present Utica Incumbent
Henry Bristow Republican 3rd Mar 4, 1901 – Mar 3, 1903 Brooklyn
John C. Brodhead Jacksonian 7th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833 Modena
Democratic Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839
Isaac H. Bronson Democratic 18th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 Watertown
David Brooks Federalist 5th Mar 4, 1797 – Mar 3, 1799 Poughkeepsie
James Brooks Whig 6th Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1853 New York City
Democratic 8th Mar 4, 1863 – Apr 7, 1866 William E. Dodge contested the election
Mar 4, 1867 – Mar 3, 1873 Died.
6th Mar 4, 1873 – Apr 30, 1873
Micah Brooks Democratic-Republican 21st Mar 4, 1815 – Mar 3, 1817 East Bloomfield
Anson Brown Whig 11th Mar 4, 1839 – Jun 14, 1840 Ballston Died.
John W. Brown Jacksonian 6th Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1837 Newburgh
Lathrop Brown Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1915 St. James
Henry Bruckner Democratic 22nd Mar 4, 1913 – Dec 31, 1917 Manhattan Resigned.
William F. Brunner Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1929 – Sep 27, 1935 Rockaway Park Resigned after being elected Sheriff of Queens County
Andrew D. Bruyn Democratic 22nd Mar 4, 1837 – Jul 27, 1838 Ithaca Died.
Lloyd Bryce Democratic 7th Mar 4, 1887 – Mar 3, 1889 Manhattan
Ellsworth B. Buck Republican 11th Jun 6, 1944 – Jan 3, 1945 Staten Island
16th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1949
Charles A. Buckley Democratic 23rd Jan 3, 1935 – Jan 3, 1945 Bronx
25th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1953
24th Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1963
23rd Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1965
Alexander H. Buell Democratic 17th Mar 4, 1851 – Jan 29, 1853 Fairfield Died.
Ann Marie Buerkle Republican 25th Jan 3, 2011 – Jan 3, 2013 Syracuse
Solomon Bundy Republican 21st Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1879 Oxford Retired.
Rudolph Bunner Jacksonian 20th Mar 4, 1827 – Mar 3, 1829 Oswego
Thomas L. Bunting Democratic 33rd Mar 4, 1891 – Mar 3, 1893 Hamburg
Thomas F. Burchill Democratic 15th Jan 3, 1943 – Jan 3, 1945 Manhattan
Henry G. Burleigh Republican 17th Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885 Whitehall
18th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1887
Silas M. Burroughs Republican 31st Mar 4, 1857 – Jun 3, 1860 Medina Died.
Lorenzo Burrows Whig 34th Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1853 Albion
John Butler Republican 42nd Apr 22, 1941 – Jan 3, 1945 Buffalo
44th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1949
Jan 3, 1951 – Jan 3, 1953
Martin Butterfield Republican 25th Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1861 Palmyra
Daniel E. Button Republican 29th Jan 3, 1967 – Jan 3, 1971 Albany
William T. Byrne Democratic 28th Jan 3, 1937 – Jan 3, 1945 Albany Died.
32nd Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 27, 1952
Daniel Cady Federalist 14th Mar 4, 1815 – Mar 3, 1817 Johnstown
John W. Cady Adams-Clay Democratic-Republican 16th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Johnstown
William M. Calder Republican 6th Mar 4, 1905 – Mar 3, 1915 Brooklyn
C. Pope Caldwell Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1915 – Mar 3, 1921 Forest Hills
Hervey C. Calkin Democratic 7th Mar 4, 1869 – Mar 3, 1871 Manhattan
Churchill C. Cambreleng Democratic-Republican 2nd Dec 3, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823 Manhattan
Crawford Democratic-Republican 3rd Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825
Jacksonian Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1837
Democratic Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839
John H. Camp Republican 26th Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1883 Lyons
Felix Campbell Democratic 4th Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885 Brooklyn
2nd Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1891
Samuel Campbell Democratic-Republican 15th Mar 4, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823 Columbus
Timothy J. Campbell Democratic 8th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1889 Manhattan
Mar 4, 1891 – Mar 3, 1893
9th Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1895
William W. Campbell American 6th Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1847 Manhattan
Jacob A. Cantor Democratic 20th Nov 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1915 Manhattan
Louis J. Capozzoli Democratic 13th Jan 3, 1941 – Jan 3, 1945 Manhattan
Bruce F. Caputo Republican 23rd Jan 3, 1977 – Jan 3, 1979 Yonkers
John F. Carew Democratic 17th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1919 Manhattan Resigned to become justice in New York Supreme Court
18th Mar 4, 1919 – Dec 28, 1929
Hugh L. Carey Democratic 12th Jan 3, 1961 – Jan 3, 1963 Brooklyn Resigned after being elected Governor of New York
15th Jan 3, 1963 – Dec 31, 1974
Patrick J. Carley Democratic 8th Mar 4, 1927 – Jan 3, 1935 Brooklyn
Gregory W. Carman Republican 3rd Jan 3, 1981 – Jan 3, 1983 Farmingdale
William Carney Republican 1st Jan 3, 1979 – Jan 3, 1987 Hauppauge
Davis Carpenter Whig 29th Nov 8, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Brockport Lost re-election
Levi D. Carpenter Democratic 20th Nov 5, 1844 – Mar 3, 1845 Waterville
Charles H. Carroll Whig 29th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1847 Groveland
John M. Carroll Democratic 18th Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873 Johnstown
Luther C. Carter Republican 1st Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1861 Flushing
Jeremiah E. Cary Democratic 21st Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845 Cherry Valley
Walter Case Democratic-Republican 6th Dec 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Newburgh
Emanuel Celler Democratic 10th Mar 4, 1923 – Jan 3, 1945 Brooklyn
15th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1953
11th Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1963
10th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1973
Jacob P. Chamberlain Republican 26th Mar 4, 1861 – Mar 3, 1863 Seneca Falls
Walter M. Chandler Progressive 19th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1917 Manhattan
Republican Mar 4, 1921 – Mar 3, 1923
John W. Chanler Democratic 7th Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1869 Manhattan
William A. Chanler Democratic 14th Mar 4, 1899 – Mar 3, 1901 Manhattan
Alfred C. Chapin Democratic 2nd Nov 3, 1891 – Nov 16, 1892 Brooklyn Resigned.
Graham H. Chapin Jacksonian 25th Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Lyons
William B. Charles Republican 30th Mar 4, 1915 – Mar 3, 1917 Amsterdam
George W. Chase Whig 19th Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Schenevus
Samuel Chase Anti-Jacksonian 13th Mar 4, 1827 – Mar 3, 1829 Cooperstown
Charles A. Chickering Republican 24th Mar 4, 1893 – Feb 13, 1900 Copenhagen Died.
Thomas Child, Jr. Whig 7th Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857 Manhattan
Timothy Childs Anti-Masonic 27th Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831 Rochester
Anti-Jacksonian 28th Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837
Whig Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839
Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843
Shirley Chisholm Democratic 12th Jan 3, 1969 – Jan 3, 1983 Brooklyn
Simeon B. Chittenden Independent Republican 3rd Nov 3, 1874 – Mar 3, 1877 Brooklyn
Republican Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1881
Thomas C. Chittenden Whig 18th Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1843 Adams
John C. Churchill Republican 22nd Mar 4, 1867 – Mar 3, 1871 Oswego
John M. Clancy Democratic 4th Mar 4, 1889 – Mar 3, 1893 Brooklyn
2nd Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1895
John R. Clancy Democratic 35th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1915 Syracuse
Ambrose W. Clark Republican 23rd Mar 4, 1861 – Mar 3, 1863 Watertown
20th Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1865
Horace F. Clark Democratic 8th Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859 Manhattan
Anti-Lecompton Democratic Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1861
John C. Clark Jacksonian 21st Mar 4, 1827 – Mar 3, 1829 Bainbridge
Democratic Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839
Whig Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1843
Lot Clark Crawford Democratic-Republican 21st Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Norwich
Robert Clark Democratic-Republican 8th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Delhi
Samuel Clark Jacksonian 25th Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1835 Waterloo
Archibald S. Clarke Democratic-Republican 21st Dec 2, 1816 – Mar 3, 1817 Clarence
Bayard Clarke Opposition 9th Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857 Manhattan
Charles E. Clarke Whig 19th Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1851 Great Bend
Freeman Clarke Republican 28th Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1865 Rochester
Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873
29th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875
John D. Clarke Republican 34th Mar 4, 1927 – Nov 5, 1933 Fraser Died.
Marian W. Clarke Republican 34th Dec 28, 1933 – Jan 3, 1935 Fraser
Staley N. Clarke Whig 31st Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Ellicottville
Yvette D. Clarke Democratic 11th Jan 3, 2007 – Jan 3, 2013 Brooklyn
9th Jan 3, 2013 – Present Brooklyn Incumbent
Bertram T. Clayton Democratic 4th Mar 4, 1899 – Mar 3, 1901 Brooklyn
William E. Cleary Democratic 8th Mar 5, 1918 – Mar 3, 1921 Brooklyn
Mar 4, 1923 – Mar 3, 1927
L. Gary Clemente Democratic 4th Jan 3, 1949 – Jan 3, 1953 Ozone Park
George Clinton, Jr. Democratic-Republican 3rd Feb 14, 1805 – Mar 3, 1805 Manhattan
2nd and 3rd Mar 4, 1805 – Mar 3, 1809
James G. Clinton Democratic 6th Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Newburgh
9th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845
E. Harold Cluett Republican 29th Jan 3, 1937 – Jan 3, 1943 Troy
James Cochran Federalist 10th Mar 4, 1797 – Mar 3, 1799
Aaron V. S. Cochrane Republican 19th Mar 4, 1897 – Mar 3, 1901 Hudson
Clark B. Cochrane Republican 18th Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1861 Schenectady
John Cochrane Democratic 6th Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1861 Manhattan
William B. Cockran Democratic 12th Mar 4, 1887 – Mar 3, 1889 Manhattan
10th Nov 3, 1891 – Mar 3, 1893
12th Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1895
Feb 23, 1904 – Mar 3, 1909
16th Mar 4, 1921 – Mar 1, 1923 Died.
William W. Cocks Republican 1st Mar 4, 1905 – Mar 3, 1911 Westbury
William W. Cohen Democratic 17th Mar 4, 1927 – Mar 3, 1929 Manhattan
Cadwallader D. Colden Federalist 1st Dec 12, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823 Manhattan Successfully challenged the election of Peter Sharpe to the 17th Congress
W. Sterling Cole Republican 37th Jan 3, 1935 – Jan 3, 1945 Bath Resigned to head the International Atomic Energy Agency
39th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1953
37th Jan 3, 1953 – Dec 1, 1957
John A. Collier Anti-Masonic 21st Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833 Binghamton Lost re-election
John F. Collin Democratic 11th Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1847 Hillsdale
Chris Collins Republican 27th Jan 3, 2013 – Present Clarence Incumbent
Ela Collins Crawford Democratic-Republican 20th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Lowville
William Collins Democratic 18th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1849 Lowville
Oliver C. Comstock Democratic-Republican 20th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1819 Trumansburg
Barber B. Conable, Jr. Republican 37th Jan 3, 1965 – Jan 3, 1973 Alexander
35th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1983
30th Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1985
Harmon S. Conger Whig 25th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1851 Cortland
Alfred Conkling Democratic-Republican 14th Mar 4, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823 Canajoharie
Frederick A. Conkling Republican 6th Mar 4, 1861 – Mar 3, 1863 Manhattan
Roscoe Conkling Republican 20th Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1863 Utica
21st Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1867 Resigned after being elected to the U.S. Senate
Richard E. Connell Democratic 21st Mar 4, 1911 – Oct 30, 1912 Poughkeepsie Died.
Michael F. Conry Democratic 12th Mar 4, 1909 – Mar 3, 1913 Manhattan Died.
15th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 2, 1917
Bates Cooke Anti-Masonic 30th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833 Lewiston
Edmund F. Cooke Republican 41st Mar 4, 1929 – Mar 3, 1933 Alden
Thomas B. Cooke Democratic-Republican 5th Mar 4, 1811 – Mar 3, 1813 Catskill
William J. Coombs Democratic 3rd Mar 4, 1891 – Mar 3, 1893 Brooklyn
4th Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1895
William Cooper Federalist 10th Mar 4, 1795 – Mar 3, 1797
Mar 4, 1799 – Mar 3, 1801
Thomas Cornell Republican 13th Mar 4, 1867 – Mar 3, 1869 Rondout
15th Mar 4, 1881 – Mar 3, 1883
Erastus Corning Democratic 14th Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859 Albany
Mar 4, 1861 – Oct 5, 1863 Resigned.
Parker Corning Democratic 28th Mar 4, 1923 – Jan 3, 1937 Albany
Frederic R. Coudert, Jr. Republican 17th Jan 3, 1947 – Jan 3, 1959 Manhattan
James W. Covert Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1881 Long Island City
Mar 4, 1889 – Mar 3, 1895
George W. Cowles Republican 24th Mar 4, 1869 – Mar 3, 1871 Clyde
Henry B. Cowles Anti-Jacksonian 4th Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831 Carmel
Isaac N. Cox Democratic 17th Mar 4, 1891 – Mar 3, 1893 Ellenville
Samuel S. Cox Democratic 6th Mar 4, 1869 – Mar 3, 1873 Manhattan
Nov 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1885 Resigned to become U.S. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Ottoman Empire.
8th Mar 4, 1885 – May 20, 1885
9th Nov 2, 1886 – Sep 10, 1889 Died.
Hector Craig Jacksonian Democratic-Republican 6th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Chester
Jacksonian Mar 4, 1829 – Jul 12, 1830 Resigned.
John Cramer Jacksonian 11th Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1837 Waterford
Thomas J. Creamer Democratic 7th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875 Manhattan
8th Mar 4, 1901 – Mar 3, 1903
Henry Crocheron Democratic-Republican 1st Mar 4, 1815 – Mar 3, 1817 Castletown
Jacob Crocheron Jacksonian 2nd Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831 Smithfield
Philip S. Crooke Republican 4th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875 Flatbrush
Joseph Crowley Democratic 7th Jan 3, 1999 – Jan 3, 2013 Elmhurst
14th Jan 3, 2013 – Jan 3, 2019 Elmhurst Lost re-election
Richard Crowley Republican 31st Mar 4, 1879 – Mar 3, 1883 Lockport
Frank Crowther Republican 30th Mar 4, 1919 – Jan 3, 1943 Schenectady
Daniel Cruger Democratic-Republican 20th Mar 4, 1817 – Mar 3, 1819 Bath
Francis D. Culkin Republican 32nd Nov 6, 1928 – Aug 4, 1943 Oswego Died.
Thomas H. Cullen Democratic 4th Jun 6, 1919 – Mar 1, 1944 Brooklyn
Erastus D. Culver Whig 14th Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1847 Greenwich
Thomas W. Cumming Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Brooklyn
Amos J. Cummings Democratic 6th Mar 4, 1887 – Mar 3, 1889 Manhattan
9th Nov 5, 1889 – Mar 3, 1893
11th Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1895
10th Nov 5, 1895 – May 2, 1902 Died.
Edward W. Curley Democratic 22nd Nov 5, 1935 – Jan 6, 1940 Bronx Died.
Edward Curtis Whig 3rd Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1841 Manhattan
N. Martin Curtis Republican 22nd Nov 3, 1891 – Mar 3, 1897 Odgensburg
John P. Cushman Federalist 10th Mar 4, 1817 – Mar 3, 1819 Troy
Francis B. Cutting Democratic 8th Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Manhattan
Harry H. Dale Democratic 4th Mar 4, 1913 – Jan 6, 1919 Brooklyn Resigned to become judge of magistrate court
Amasa Dana Democratic 22nd Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1841 Ithaca
26th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845
Henry G. Danforth Republican 32nd Mar 4, 1911 – Mar 3, 1913 Rochester
39th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1917
Charles Daniels Republican 33rd Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1897 Buffalo
William A. Darling Republican 9th Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1867 Manhattan
Frederick M. Davenport Republican 33rd Mar 4, 1925 – Mar 3, 1933 Clinton
Ira Davenport Republican 29th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1889 Bath
Irwin D. Davidson Democratic-Liberal 20th Jan 3, 1955 – Dec 31, 1956 Manhattan Resigned after being elected judge of Court of General Sessions for New York County
John C. Davies Democratic 35th Jan 3, 1949 – Jan 3, 1951 Utica
Noah Davis Republican 28th Mar 4, 1869 – Jul 15, 1870 Albion resigned after becoming United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York
Richard D. Davis Democratic 5th Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Poughkeepsie
8th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845
Thomas Treadwell Davis Union 23rd Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1865 Syracuse
Republican Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1867
John M. Davy Republican 30th Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1877 Rochester
Rowland Day Crawford Democratic-Republican 24th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Sempronius
Jacksonian Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1835
Charles Dayan Jacksonian 20th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833 Lowville
Henry S. De Forest Republican 23rd Mar 4, 1911 – Mar 3, 1913 Schenectady
John I. De Graff Jacksonian 12th Mar 4, 1827 – Mar 3, 1829 Schenectady
Democratic 11th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839
James De La Montanya Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1841 Haverstraw
Milton De Lano Republican 26th Mar 4, 1887 – Mar 3, 1891 Canastota
John De Mott Democratic 27th Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1847 Lodi
Charles G. De Witt Jacksonian 7th Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831 Kingston
David M. De Witt Democratic 14th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875 Kingston
Jacob H. De Witt Democratic-Republican 7th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Kingston
Gilbert Dean Democratic 8th Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Poughkeepsie Resigned to become justice to Supreme Court of New York
12th Mar 4, 1853 – Jul 3, 1854
James J. Delaney Democratic 6th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1947 Long Island City
Jan 3, 1949 – Jan 3, 1953 Resigned.
7th Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1963
9th Jan 3, 1963 – Dec 31, 1978
John J. Delaney Democratic 7th Mar 5, 1918 – Mar 3, 1919 Brooklyn
Nov 3, 1931 – Nov 18, 1948 Died.
Isaac C. Delaplaine Democratic 8th Mar 4, 1861 – Mar 3, 1863 Manhattan
Antonio Delgado Democratic 19th Jan 3, 2019 – present Rhinebeck Incumbent
S. Wallace Dempsey Republican 40th Mar 4, 1915 – Mar 3, 1931 Lockport
Peter Denoyelles Democratic-Republican 3rd Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1815 Haverstraw
Steven Derounian Republican 2nd Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1963 Roslyn
3rd Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1965
John D. Dickinson Federalist 10th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1823 Troy
Anti-Jacksonian 9th Mar 4, 1827 – Mar 3, 1829
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831
John Dickson Anti-Masonic 26th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1835 West Bloomfield
Samuel Dickson Opposition 14th Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857 New Scotland
Samuel Dickstein Democratic 12th Mar 4, 1923 – Jan 3, 1945 Manhattan Resigned to become justice on New York Supreme Court
19th Jan 3, 1945 – Dec 30, 1945
William Dietz Jacksonian 12th Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827 Schoharie
Joseph J. DioGuardi Republican 20th Jan 3, 1985 – Jan 3, 1989 Scarsdale
Alexander S. Diven Republican 27th Mar 4, 1861 – Mar 3, 1863 Elmira
Edward Dodd Opposition 15th Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857 Argyle
Republican Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859
William E. Dodge Republican 8th Apr 7, 1866 – Mar 3, 1867 Manhattan
Nicholas B. Doe Whig 11th Dec 7, 1840 – Mar 3, 1841 Waterford
Andrew W. Doig Democratic 16th Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1843 Lowville
Isidore Dollinger Democratic 24th Jan 3, 1949 – Jan 3, 1953 Manhattan Resigned.
23rd Jan 3, 1953 – Dec 31, 1959
Daniel M. Donovan, Jr. Republican 11th May 5, 2015 – Jan 3, 2019 Great Kills, Staten Island Lost re-election
James G. Donovan Democratic 18th Jan 3, 1951 – Jan 3, 1957 Manhattan
Jerome F. Donovan Democratic 21st Mar 5, 1918 – Mar 3, 1921 New York City Lost re-election
Edwin B. Dooley Republican 26th Jan 3, 1957 – Jan 3, 1963 Mamaroneck
Peter J. Dooling Democratic 16th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1919 Manhattan
15th Mar 4, 1919 – Mar 3, 1921
Francis E. Dorn Republican 12th Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1961 Brooklyn
William Dorsheimer Democratic 7th Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885 Manhattan
Ulysses F. Doubleday Jacksonian 24th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833 Auburn
Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837
Fred J. Douglas Republican 2nd Jan 3, 1937 – Jan 3, 1945 Utica
William H. Douglas Republican 14th Mar 4, 1901 – Mar 3, 1903 Manhattan
15th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1905
John G. Dow Democratic 27th Jan 3, 1965 – Jan 3, 1969 Grand View
Jan 3, 1971 – Jan 3, 1973
Abraham Dowdney Democratic 12th Mar 4, 1885 – Dec 10, 1886 Manhattan Died.
Thomas Downey Democratic 2nd Jan 3, 1975 – Jan 3, 1993 West Islip
John R. Drake Democratic-Republican 15th Mar 4, 1817 – Mar 3, 1819 Owego
William H. Draper Republican 19th Mar 4, 1901 – Mar 3, 1903 Troy
22nd Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1913
Edmund H. Driggs Democratic 3rd Dec 6, 1897 – Mar 3, 1901 Brooklyn
Daniel A. Driscoll Democratic 35th Mar 4, 1909 – Mar 3, 1913 Buffalo
42nd Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1917
Michael E. Driscoll Republican 27th Mar 4, 1899 – Mar 3, 1903 Syracuse
29th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1913
R. Holland Duell Republican 21st Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1863 Cortland
23rd Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873
24th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875
William Duer Whig 23rd Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1851 Oswego
James P.B. Duffy Democratic 38th Jan 3, 1935 – Jan 3, 1937 Rochester
P. Henry Dugro Democratic 7th Mar 4, 1881 – Mar 3, 1883 Manhattan
Thaddeus J. Dulski Democratic 41st Jan 3, 1959 – Jan 3, 1973 Buffalo Resigned.
37th Jan 3, 1973 – Dec 31, 1974
Thomas B. Dunn Republican 38th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1923 Rochester
Edward J. Dunphy Democratic 7th Mar 4, 1889 – Mar 3, 1893 Manhattan
8th Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1895
Charles T. Dunwell Republican 3rd Mar 4, 1903 – Jun 12, 1908 Brooklyn Died.
Cyrus Durey Republican 25th Mar 4, 1907 – Mar 3, 1911 Johnstown
Jeremiah W. Dwight Republican 28th Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1883 Dryden
John W. Dwight Republican 26th Nov 4, 1902 – Mar 3, 1903 Dryden
30th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1913
Justin Dwinell Democratic-Republican 22nd Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Cazenovia
Samuel W. Eager Anti-Jacksonian 6th Dec 6, 1830 – Mar 3, 1831 Montgomery
Jonas Earll, Jr. Jacksonian 23rd Mar 4, 1827 – Mar 3, 1831 Onondaga
Nehemiah H. Earll Democratic 23rd Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1841 Syracuse
Lewis Eaton Crawford Democratic-Republican 12th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Duanesburg
Fred J. Eckert Republican 30th Jan 3, 1985 – Jan 3, 1987 Rochester
Morris M. Edelstein Democratic 14th Feb 6, 1940 – Jun 4, 1941 Manhattan Died.
Francis S. Edwards American 33rd Mar 4, 1855 – Feb 28, 1857 Fredonia Resigned.
John Edwards Democratic 15th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 Ephratah
Valentine Efner Jacksonian 8th Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Jefferson
Joseph Egbert Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Tompkinsville
Anthony Eickhoff Democratic 7th Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1879 Manhattan
Edwin Einstein Republican 7th Mar 4, 1879 – Mar 3, 1881 Manhattan
Benjamin Ellicott Democratic-Republican 21st Mar 4, 1817 – Mar 3, 1819 Batavia
Chesselden Ellis Democratic 16th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845 Waterford
Samuel S. Ellsworth Democratic 26th Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1847 Penn Yan
Lucas C. Elmendorf Democratic-Republican 4th Mar 4, 1797 – Mar 3, 1803 Kingston
Edward J. Elsaesser Republican 43rd Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1949 Buffalo
Alfred Ely Republican 29th Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1863 Rochester
John Ely Democratic 8th Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1841 Coxsackie
Smith Ely, Jr. Democratic 7th Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873 Manhattan Resigned to become Mayor of New York City
Mar 4, 1875 – Dec 11, 1876
Louis W. Emerson Republican 23rd Mar 4, 1899 – Mar 3, 1903 Warrensburg
James Emott Federalist 4th Mar 4, 1809 – Mar 3, 1813 Albany
Eliot L. Engel Democratic 19th Jan 3, 1989 – Jan 3, 1993 The Bronx Incumbent
17th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2013
16th Jan 3, 2013 – present
Adriano Espaillat Democratic 13th Jan 3, 2017 – present Manhattan Incumbent
David E. Evans Jacksonian 29th Mar 4, 1827 – May 2, 1827 Batavia Resigned.
Marcellus H. Evans Democratic 5th Jan 3, 1935 – Jan 3, 1941 Brooklyn
Benjamin L. Fairchild Republican 16th Mar 4, 1895 – Mar 3, 1897 Pelham
24th Mar 4, 1917 – Mar 3, 1919
Mar 4, 1921 – Mar 3, 1923
Nov 6, 1923 – Mar 3, 1927
George W. Fairchild Republican 24th Mar 4, 1907 – Mar 3, 1913 Oneonta
34th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1919
Leonard Farbstein Democratic 19th Jan 3, 1957 – Jan 3, 1971 Manhattan
Michael F. Farley Democratic 14th Mar 4, 1915 – Mar 3, 1917 Manhattan
Dudley Farlin Jacksonian 13th Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Warrensburg
John M. Farquhar Republican 32nd Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1891 Buffalo
John Faso Republican 19th Jan 3, 2017 – Jan 3, 2019 Kinderhook Lost re-election
J. Sloat Fassett Republican 33rd Mar 4, 1905 – Mar 3, 1911 Elmira
James H. Fay Democratic 16th Jan 3, 1939 – Jan 3, 1941 Manhattan
Jan 3, 1943 – Jan 3, 1945
John Fay Democratic-Republican 14th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Northampton
John R. Fellows Democratic 6th Mar 4, 1891 – Mar 3, 1893 Manhattan Resigned to become District Attorney for New York City
14th Mar 4, 1893 – Dec 31, 1893
Reuben E. Fenton Democratic 33rd Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Frewsburg
Republican Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1863 Resigned after being elected Governor of New York
31st Mar 4, 1863 – Dec 20, 1864
John W. Ferdon Republican 14th Mar 4, 1879 – Mar 3, 1881 Piermont
Geraldine Ferraro Democratic 9th Jan 3, 1979 – Jan 3, 1985 Forest Hills Retired to run for U.S. Vice President
Charles G. Ferris Jacksonian 3rd Dec 1, 1834 – Mar 3, 1835 Manhattan
Democratic Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843
Orange Ferriss Republican 16th Dec 3, 1867 – Mar 3, 1871 Glens Falls
David D. Field II Democratic 7th Jan 11, 1877 – Mar 3, 1877 Manhattan
William C. Fields Republican 19th Mar 4, 1867 – Mar 3, 1869 Laurens
Millard Fillmore Whig 32nd Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1835 Buffalo
Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1843
Isaac Finch Anti-Jacksonian 19th Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831 Jay
John Fine Democratic 14th Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1841 Ogdensburg
Sidney A. Fine Democratic 23rd Jan 3, 1951 – Jan 3, 1953 Manhattan Resigned to serve on the New York Supreme Court
22nd Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 2, 1956
Paul A. Fino Republican 25th Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1963 Manhattan Resigned after being elected justice to the New York Supreme Court
24th Jan 3, 1963 – Dec 31, 1968
Israel F. Fischer Republican 4th Mar 4, 1895 – Mar 3, 1899 Brooklyn
Hamilton Fish Whig 6th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845 Manhattan
Hamilton Fish II Republican 21st Mar 4, 1909 – Mar 3, 1911 Garrison Lost re-election
Hamilton Fish III Republican 26th Nov 2, 1920 – Jan 3, 1945 Garrison
Hamilton Fish IV Republican 28th Jan 3, 1969 – Jan 3, 1973 Millbrook
25th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1983
21st Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1993
19th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 1995
George Fisher Anti-Jacksonian 20th Mar 4, 1829 – Feb 5, 1830 Oswego Lost contested election
John Fisher Republican 29th Mar 4, 1869 – Mar 3, 1871 Batavia
Jonathan Fisk Democratic-Republican 3rd Mar 4, 1809 – Mar 3, 1811 Newburgh
6th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 21, 1815 Resigned to become US Attorney
Asa Fitch Federalist 6th Mar 4, 1811 – Mar 3, 1813 Salem
Ashbel P. Fitch Republican 13th Mar 4, 1887 – Mar 3, 1889 Manhattan
Democratic Mar 4, 1893 – Dec 26, 1893 Resigned to become New York City Comptroller
Frank T. Fitzgerald Democratic 6th Mar 4, 1889 – Nov 4, 1889 Manhattan Resigned after being elected register of New York County
John J. Fitzgerald Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1899 – Mar 3, 1903 Brooklyn Resigned.
7th Mar 4, 1903 – Dec 31, 1917
John Fitzgibbons Democratic At-large Mar 4, 1933 – Jan 3, 1935 Oswego
James M. Fitzpatrick Democratic 24th Mar 4, 1927 – Jan 3, 1945 Manhattan
William H. Flack Republican 26th Mar 4, 1903 – Feb 2, 1907 Malone Died.
Thomas T. Flagler Whig 31st Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Lockport
Opposition Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857
Floyd H. Flake Democratic 6th Jan 3, 1987 – Nov 17, 1997 Queens Resigned.
Thomas S. Flood Republican 28th Mar 4, 1887 – Mar 3, 1891 Elmira
Roswell P. Flower Democratic 11th Nov 8, 1881 – Mar 3, 1883 Manhattan
12th Mar 4, 1889 – Sep 16, 1891 Resigned to become Governor of New York
Charles A. Floyd Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Commack
John G. Floyd Democratic 17th Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1843 Utica
1st Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853
William Floyd Anti-Administration 1st Mar 4, 1789 – Mar 3, 1791 Brookhaven Lost re-election
Joseph V. Flynn Democratic 3rd Mar 4, 1915 – Mar 3, 1919 Brooklyn
Otto G. Foelker Republican 3rd Nov 3, 1908 – Mar 3, 1911 Brooklyn
Charles A. Foote Crawford Democratic-Republican 11th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Delhi
Wallace T. Foote, Jr. Republican 23rd Mar 4, 1895 – Mar 3, 1899 Port Henry
Michael P. Forbes Republican 1st Jan 3, 1995 – Jul 17, 1999 Quogue
Democratic Jul 17, 1999 – Jan 3, 2001
William D. Ford Democratic-Republican 18th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Watertown
Charles V. Fornes Democratic 11th Mar 4, 1907 – Mar 3, 1913 Manhattan
Nicoll Fosdick Anti-Jacksonian 20th Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827 Morristown
Vito Fossella Republican 13th Nov 4, 1997 – Jan 3, 2009 Staten Island
A. Lawrence Foster Whig 23rd Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Morrisville
Henry A. Foster Democratic 17th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 Rome
John Fox Democratic 4th Mar 4, 1867 – Mar 3, 1871 Manhattan
Richard Franchot Republican 19th Mar 4, 1861 – Mar 3, 1863 Schenectady
George B. Francis Republican 18th Mar 4, 1917 – Mar 3, 1919 Manhattan
Augus Frank Republican 30th Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1863 Warsaw
29th Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1865
Daniel Frisa Republican 4th Jan 3, 1995 – Jan 3, 1997 Westbury
Joel Frost Crawford Democratic-Republican 4th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Carmel
Hadwen C. Fuller Republican 32nd Nov 2, 1943 – Jan 3, 1945 Parish
35th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1949
Philo C. Fuller Anti-Masonic 30th Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1835 Genesco Resigned.
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1835 – Sep 2, 1836
William K. Fuller Jacksonian 23rd Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1837 Chittenango
Albert Gallup Democratic 10th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 East Berne
Ralph A. Gamble Republican 25th Nov 2, 1937 – Jan 3, 1945 Larchmont
28th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1953
26th Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1957
James V. Ganly Democratic 24th Mar 4, 1919 – Mar 3, 1921 Manhattan
Mar 4, 1923 – Sep 7, 1923 Died.
John Ganson Democratic 30th Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1865 Buffalo
Robert García Democratic 21st Feb 21, 1978 – Jan 3, 1983 Bronx Resigned because of corruptions
18th Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 7, 1990
Barent Gardenier Federalist 7th Mar 4, 1807 – Mar 3, 1809 Kingston
5th Mar 4, 1809 – Mar 3, 1811
Daniel G. Garnsey Anti-Jacksonian 30th Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1829 Fredonia
Nathaniel Garrow Jacksonian 24th Mar 4, 1827 – Mar 3, 1829 Auburn
Seth M. Gates Whig 29th Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1843 Le Roy
Joseph A. Gavagan Democratic 21st Nov 5, 1929 – Dec 30, 1943 Manhattan Resigned after being elected justice of New York Supreme Court
John Gebhard Federalist 13th Mar 4, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823 Schoharie
James Geddes Federalist 19th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1815 Onondaga
Henry George, Jr. Democratic 17th Mar 4, 1911 – Mar 3, 1913 Manhattan
21st Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1915
Chris Gibson Republican 20th Jan 3, 2011 – Jan 3, 2013 Kinderhook
19th Jan 3, 2013 – Jan 3, 2017
Ezekiel Gilbert Pro-Administration 6th Mar 4, 1793 – Mar 3, 1795 Hudson
Federalist Mar 4, 1795 – Mar 3, 1797
Jacob H. Gilbert Democratic 23rd Mar 8, 1960 – Jan 3, 1963 Bronx Lost re-election
22nd Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1971
William A. Gilbert Opposition 23rd Mar 4, 1855 – Feb 27, 1857 Adams Resigned.
Charles W. Gillet Republican 29th Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1903 Addison
33rd Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1905
Ransom H. Gillet Jacksonian 14th Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1837 Odgensburg
Kirsten Gillibrand Democratic 20th Jan 3, 2007 – Jan 26, 2009 Greenport Resigned after being appointed to the U.S. Senate.
Benjamin A. Gilman Republican 26th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1983 Middletown
22nd Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1993
20th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2003
Robert H. Gittins Democratic 40th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1915 Niagara Falls
Henry Glen Pro-Administration 8th Mar 4, 1793 – Mar 3, 1795
Federalist Mar 4, 1795 – Mar 3, 1801
Martin H. Glynn Democratic 20th Mar 4, 1899 – Mar 3, 1901 Albany
Thomas R. Gold Federalist 11th Mar 4, 1809 – Mar 3, 1813 Whitestown
16th Mar 4, 1815 – Mar 3, 1817
Henry M. Goldfogle Democratic 9th Mar 4, 1901 – Mar 3, 1913 Manhattan
12th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1915
Mar 4, 1919 – Mar 3, 1921
Charles E. Goodell Republican 43rd May 26, 1959 – Jan 3, 1963 Jamestown Resigned after being appointed to the U.S. Senate.
38th Jan 3, 1963 – Sep 9, 1968
Milo Goodrich Republican 26th Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873 Dryden
Henry C. Goodwin Whig 22nd Nov 7, 1854 – Mar 3, 1855 Hamilton
Republican Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859
Philip A. Goodwin Republican 27th Mar 4, 1933 – Jun 6, 1937 Coxsackie Died.
Charles Goodyear Democratic 21st Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1847 Schoharie
14th Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1867
James Gordon Pro-Administration 6th Mar 4, 1791 – Mar 3, 1793
9th Mar 4, 1793 – Mar 3, 1795
Samuel Gordon Democratic 20th Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Delhi
10th Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1847
Chester C. Gorski Democratic 44th Jan 3, 1949 – Jan 3, 1951 Buffalo
Daniel Gott Whig 24th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1851 Pompey
Herman D. Gould Whig 10th Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1851 Delhi
Norman J. Gould Republican 36th Nov 2, 1915 – Mar 3, 1923 Seneca Falls
Joseph A. Goulden Democratic 18th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1911 Fordham
23rd Mar 4, 1913 – May 3, 1915 Died.
James H. Graham Republican 19th Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1861 Delhi
John H. Graham Democratic 5th Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1895 Brooklyn
Amos P. Granger Opposition 24th Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857 Syracuse
Republican Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859
Francis Granger Anti-Jacksonian 26th Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Canandaigua
Whig Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 5, 1841 Resigned after being appointed U.S. Postmaster General.
Nov 27, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843
Abraham P. Grant Democratic 17th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 Oswego
Hiram Gray Democratic 22nd Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 Elmira
Horace Greeley Whig 6th Dec 4, 1848 – Mar 3, 1849 Manhattan
Byram Green Democratic 27th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845 Sodus
Bill Green Republican 18th Feb 14, 1978 – Jan 3, 1983 Manhattan
15th Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1993
George W. Greene Democratic 11th Mar 4, 1869 – Feb 17, 1870 Goshen Charles Van Wyck contested election
Halbert S. Greenleaf Democratic 30th Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885 Rochester
Mar 4, 1891 – Mar 3, 1893
Edward W. Greenman Democratic 18th Mar 4, 1887 – Mar 3, 1889 Troy
Ernest Greenwood Democratic 1st Jan 3, 1951 – Jan 3, 1953 Bay Shore
John Greig Whig 26th May 21, 1841 – Sep 25, 1841 Canandaigua Resigned.
Anthony J. Griffin Democratic 22nd Mar 5, 1918 – Jan 13, 1935 Brooklyn Died.
Daniel J. Griffin Democratic 8th Mar 4, 1913 – Dec 31, 1917 Brooklyn Resigned after being elected sheriff of Kings County
Michael Grimm Republican 13th Jan 3, 2011 – Jan 3, 2013 Staten Island Resigned.
11th Jan 3, 2013 – Jan 5, 2015
Moses H. Grinnell Whig 3rd Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1841 Manhattan
Gaylord Griswold Federalist 15th Mar 4, 1803 – Mar 3, 1805
John Ashley Griswold Democratic 13th Mar 4, 1869 – Mar 3, 1871 Catskill
John Augus Griswold Democratic 15th Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1865 Troy
Republican Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1869
Ezra C. Gross Democratic-Republican 12th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Elizabeth
Thomas P. Grosvenor Federalist 6th Jan 29, 1813 – Mar 3, 1813 Hudson
5th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1817
James R. Grover, Jr. Republican 2nd Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1975 Babylon
Martin Grover Democratic 30th Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1847 Angelica
Felix Grucci Republican 1st Jan 3, 2001 – Jan 3, 2003 Brookhaven
James Guyon, Jr. Democratic-Republican 1st Jan 14, 1820 – Mar 3, 1821 Richmond successfully challenged the election of Ebenezer Sage to the 16th Congress
Ralph W. Gwinn Republican 27th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1959 Bronxville
Aaron Hackley, Jr. Democratic-Republican 17th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Herkimer
Edward Haight Democratic 9th Mar 4, 1861 – Mar 3, 1863 Westchester
Charles D. Haines Democratic 19th Nov 8, 1893 – Mar 3, 1895 Kinderhook
Robert S. Hale Republican 16th Dec 3, 1866 – Mar 3, 1867 Elizabethtown
17th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875
Edwin Arthur Hall Republican 34th Nov 7, 1939 – Jan 3, 1945 Binghamton Lost re-election
37th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1953
George Hall Democratic-Republican 19th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Onondaga
John Hall Democratic 19th Jan 3, 2007 – Jan 3, 2011 Dover Plains
Leonard W. Hall Republican 1st Jan 3, 1939 – Jan 3, 1945 Oyster Bay Resigned to become Chairman of the Republican National Committee
2nd Jan 3, 1945 – Dec 31, 1952
Nathan K. Hall Whig 32nd Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 21, 1849 Buffalo
John Hallock, Jr. Jacksonian 6th Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1829 Ridgebury
Ransom Halloway Whig 8th Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1851 Beekman
Seymour Halpern Republican 4th Jan 3, 1959 – Jan 3, 1963 Forest Hills
6th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1973
Jehiel H. Halsey Jacksonian 26th Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831 Lodi
Nicoll Halsey Jacksonian 22nd Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1835 Trumansburg
Silas Halsey Democratic-Republican 17th Mar 4, 1805 – Mar 3, 1807
Charles M. Hamilton Republican 43rd Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1919 Ripley
Jabez D. Hammond Democratic-Republican 15th Mar 4, 1815 – Mar 3, 1817 Cherry Valley
John Hammond Republican 18th Mar 4, 1879 – Mar 3, 1883 Crown Point
Harry A. Hanbury Republican 4th Mar 4, 1901 – Mar 3, 1903 Brooklyn
Clarence E. Hancock Republican 35th Nov 8, 1927 – Jan 3, 1945 Syracuse
36th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1947
Augus C. Hand Democratic 13th Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1841 Elizabethtown
James M. Hanley Democratic 34th Jan 3, 1965 – Jan 3, 1971 Syracuse
35th Jan 3, 1971 – Jan 3, 1973
32nd Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1981
Richard L. Hanna Republican 24th Jan 3, 2011 – Jan 3, 2013 Barneveld
22nd Jan 3, 2013 – Jan 3, 2017
Gideon Hard Anti-Masonic 33rd Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1835 Albion
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837
John Hardy Democratic 9th Dec 5, 1881 – Mar 3, 1885 Manhattan Lost re-election
John Harris Democratic-Republican 17th Mar 4, 1807 – Mar 3, 1809 Aurelias
Francis B. Harrison Democratic 13th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1905 Manhattan
16th Mar 4, 1907 – Mar 3, 1913 Resigned after being appointed Governor-General of the Philippines
20th Mar 4, 1913 – Sep 3, 1913
Elizur K. Hart Democratic 30th Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1879 Albion
Emanuel B. Hart Democratic 3rd Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Manhattan
Roswell Hart Republican 28th Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1867 Rochester
J. Francis Harter Republican 41st Jan 3, 1939 – Jan 3, 1941 Eggertsville
Abraham B. Hasbrouck Anti-Jacksonian 7th Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827 Kingston
Abraham J. Hasbrouck Democratic-Republican 7th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1815 Kingstown
Josiah Hasbrouck Democratic-Republican 7th Oct 17, 1803 – Mar 3, 1805 New Paltz
Mar 4, 1817 – Mar 3, 1819
Augus P. Hascall Whig 33rd Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Le Roy
Reuben L. Haskell Republican 10th Mar 4, 1915 – Dec 31, 1919 Brooklyn Resigned.
John B. Haskin Democratic 9th Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859 Fordham
Anti-Lecompton Democratic Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859
George Hastings Democratic 28th Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Mount Morris
James F. Hastings Republican 38th Jan 3, 1969 – Jan 3, 1973 Allegany Resigned.
39th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 20, 1976
Israel T. Hatch Democratic 32nd Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859 Buffalo
Samuel G. Hathaway Jacksonian 22nd Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1835 Solon
Henry H. Hathorn Republican 19th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875 Saratoga Springs
20th Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1877
John Hathorn Anti-Administration 4th Mar 4, 1789 – Mar 3, 1791 Warwick
Democratic-Republican Mar 4, 1795 – Mar 3, 1797
Solomon G. Haven Whig 32nd Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1855 Buffalo
Opposition Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857
James S. Havens Democratic 32nd Apr 19, 1910 – Mar 3, 1911 Rochester
Jonathan N. Havens Democratic-Republican 1st Mar 4, 1795 – Oct 25, 1799 Died.
James Hawkes Democratic-Republican 15th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Richfield
Joseph Hawkins Anti-Jacksonian 20th Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831 Henderson
John Haws Whig 4th Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Manhattan
Moses Hayden Adams-Clay Democratic-Republican 27th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 York
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827
Nan Hayworth Republican 19th Jan 3, 2011 – Jan 3, 2013 Mount Kisco
Abner Hazeltine Anti-Masonic 31st Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1835 Jamestown
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837
James C. Healey Democratic 22nd Feb 7, 1956 – Jan 3, 1963 Manhattan
21st Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1965
William Randolph Hearst Democratic 11th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1907 Manhattan
James J. Heffernan Democratic 5th Jan 3, 1941 – Jan 3, 1945 Brooklyn
11th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1953
Louis B. Heller Democratic 7th Feb 15, 1949 – Jan 3, 1953 Brooklyn Resigned.
8th Jan 3, 1953 – Jul 21, 1954
Joseph C. Hendrix Democratic 3rd Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1895 Brooklyn
Lewis Henry Republican 37th Apr 11, 1922 – Mar 3, 1923 Elmira
John Herkimer Democratic-Republican 14th Mar 4, 1817 – Mar 3, 1819 Danube
Adams-Clay Democratic-Republican 15th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825
Anson Herrick Democratic 9th Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1865 Manhattan
Richard P. Herrick Whig 12th Mar 4, 1845 – Jun 20, 1846 Greenbush Died.
Abram S. Hewitt Democratic 10th Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1879 Manhattan
Frederick C. Hicks Republican 1st Mar 4, 1915 – Mar 3, 1923 Port Washington
Brian Higgins Democratic 27th Jan 3, 2005 – Jan 3, 2013 Buffalo Incumbent
26th Jan 3, 2013 – Present
William H. Hill Republican 34th Mar 4, 1919 – Mar 3, 1921 Johnson City
Maurice D. Hinchey Democratic 26th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2003 Saugerties
22nd Jan 3, 2003 – Jan 3, 2013
Frank Hiscock Republican 25th Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1887 Syracuse Resigned after being elected to the U.S. Senate.
Charles B. Hoard Republican 23rd Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1861 Watertown
Selah R. Hobbie Jacksonian 11th Mar 4, 1827 – Mar 3, 1829 Delhi
George J. Hochbrueckner Democratic 1st Jan 3, 1987 – Jan 3, 1995 Coram
Kathy Hochul Democratic 26th Jun 1, 2011 – Jan 3, 2013 Hamburg
Michael Hoffman Jacksonian 15th Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1833 Herkimer
Ogden Hoffman Whig 3rd Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1841 Manhattan
Michael J. Hogan Republican 7th Mar 4, 1921 – Mar 3, 1923 Brooklyn
William Hogan Jacksonian 19th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833 Hogansburg
James L. Hogeboom Crawford Democratic-Republican 9th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Castleton-on-Hudson
John M. Holley Whig 27th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 8, 1848 Lyons Died.
Charles H. Holmes Republican 28th Dec 6, 1870 – Mar 3, 1871 Albion
Elias B. Holmes Whig 28th Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1849 Brockport
Sidney T. Holmes Republican 22nd Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1867 Morrisville
Elizabeth Holtzman Democratic 16th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1981 Brooklyn
Lester Holtzman Democratic 6th Jan 3, 1953 – Dec 31, 1961 Rego Park Resigned.
Warren B. Hooker Republican 34th Mar 4, 1891 – Nov 10, 1898 Fredonia resigned after being appointed justice of New York Supreme Court
Samuel M. Hopkins Federalist 21st Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1815 Manhattan
Stephen T. Hopkins Republican 17th Mar 4, 1887 – Mar 3, 1889 Catskill
Jerediah Horsford Whig 29th Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Moscow
Frank Horton Republican 36th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1973 Rochester
34th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1983
29th Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1993
Thomas R. Horton Opposition 18th Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857 Fultonville
George G. Hoskins Republican 30th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875 Attica
31st Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1877
Hezekiah L. Hosmer Federalist 6th Mar 4, 1797 – Mar 3, 1799
Giles W. Hotchkiss Republican 26th Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1867 Binghamton
Mar 4, 1869 – Mar 3, 1871
Jacob Houck, Jr. Democratic 8th Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Schoharie
William J. Hough Democratic 23rd Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1847 Cazenovia
Alanson B. Houghton Republican 37th Mar 4, 1919 – Feb 28, 1922 Corning Resigned to become United States Ambassador to Germany
Amo Houghton Republican 34th Jan 3, 1987 – Jan 3, 1993 Corning
31st Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2003
29th Jan 3, 2003 – Jan 3, 2005
James R. Howe Republican 6th Mar 4, 1895 – Mar 3, 1899 Brooklyn
Thomas Y. Howe, Jr. Democratic 25th Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Auburn
Edward Howell Jacksonian 27th Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1835 Bath
Nathaniel W. Howell Federalist 21st Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1815 Canandaigua
Demas Hubbard Jr. Republican 19th Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1867 Smyrna
Thomas H. Hubbard Democratic-Republican 17th Mar 4, 1817 – Mar 3, 1819 Hamilton
Mar 4, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823
Edwin N. Hubbell Democratic 13th Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1867 Coxsackie
William S. Hubbell Democratic 30th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845 Bath
Charles Hughes Democratic 15th Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Sandy Hill
Jonas A. Hughston Opposition 19th Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857 Delhi
Daniel Hugunin, Jr. Anti-Jacksonian 20th Dec 15, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827 Oswego
G. Murray Hulbert Democratic 21st Mar 4, 1915 – Jan 1, 1918 Manhattan Resigned to become Commissioner of Docks and Director of the Port of New York City
Calvin T. Hulburd Republican 17th Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1869 Brasher Falls
Charles Humphrey Anti-Jacksonian 25th Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827 Ithaca
James Humphrey Republican 2nd Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1861 Brooklyn
3rd Mar 4, 1865 – Jun 16, 1866 Died.
James M. Humphrey Democratic 30th Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1869 Buffalo
Reuben Humphrey Democratic-Republican 16th Mar 4, 1807 – Mar 3, 1809 Marcellus
John N. Hungerford Republican 29th Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1879 Corning
Orville Hungerford Democratic 19th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1847 Watertown
Hiram P. Hunt Anti-Jacksonian 9th Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Troy
Whig Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1843
Washington Hunt Whig 34th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1849 Lockport
John W. Hunter Democratic 3rd Dec 4, 1866 – Mar 3, 1867 Brooklyn
Abel Huntington Jacksonian 1st Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1837 East Hampton
Denis M. Hurley Republican 2nd Mar 4, 1895 – Feb 26, 1899 Brooklyn Died.
James W. Husted Republican 25th Mar 4, 1915 – Mar 3, 1923 Peekskill
Waldo Hutchins Democratic 12th Nov 4, 1879 – Mar 3, 1885 Kingsbridge
William Irvine Republican 28th Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1861 Corning
William Irving Democratic-Republican 2nd Jan 22, 1814 – Mar 3, 1819 Manhattan
Leo Isacson American Labor 24th Feb 17, 1948 – Jan 3, 1949 Manhattan
Steve Israel Democratic 2nd Jan 3, 2001 – Jan 3, 2013 Burlington
3rd Jan 3, 2013 – Jan 3, 2017
Willard Ives Democratic 19th Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Watertown
David S. Jackson Democratic 6th Mar 4, 1847 – Apr 19, 1848 Manhattan House declared seat vacant after contested election
Thomas B. Jackson Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1841 Elmhurst
William T. Jackson Whig 26th Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1851 Montour Falls
Ferris Jacobs, Jr. Republican 21st Mar 4, 1881 – Mar 3, 1883 Delhi
Meyer Jacobstein Democratic 38th Mar 4, 1923 – Mar 3, 1929 Rochester
Amaziah B. James Republican 19th Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1881 Ogdensburg
Darwin R. James Republican 3rd Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1887 Brooklyn
Jacob K. Javits Republican 21st Jan 3, 1947 – Dec 31, 1954 Manhattan Resigned after being elected as New York State Attorney General
Hakeem Jeffries Democratic 8th Jan 3, 2013 – Present Brooklyn Incumbent
Lemuel Jenkins Crawford Democratic-Republican 7th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Bloomingburg
Timothy Jenkins Democratic 20th Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1849 Oneida Castle
Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853
Freeborn G. Jewett Jacksonian 23rd Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833 Skaneateles
Frederick A. Johnson Republican 18th Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885 Glens Falls
21st Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1887
Jeromus Johnson Jacksonian 3rd Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1829 Manhattan
Noadiah Johnson Jacksonian 20th Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1835 Delhi
Charles Johnston Whig 5th Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1841 Poughkeepsie
John B. Johnston Democratic 5th Mar 4, 1919 – Mar 3, 1921 Brooklyn
Daniel T. Jones Democratic 24th Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1855 Baldwinsville
Morgan Jones Democratic 4th Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1867 Manhattan
Nathaniel Jones Democratic 6th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1841 Warwick
Martin Kalbfleisch Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1865 Brooklyn
Nicholas T. Kane Democratic 19th Mar 4, 1887 – Sep 14, 1887 Albany Died.
John Katko Republican 24th Jan 3, 2015 – Present Camillus Incumbent
Bernard W. Kearney Republican 30th Jan 3, 1943 – Jan 3, 1945 Gloversville
31st Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1953
32nd Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1959
Kenneth B. Keating Republican 40th Jan 3, 1947 – Jan 3, 1953 Rochester
38th Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1959
Richard Keese Democratic 19th Mar 4, 1827 – Mar 3, 1829 Keeseville
Charles Kellogg Jacksonian 24th Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827 Kelloggsville
Orlando Kellogg Whig 14th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1849 Elizabethtown
Republican 16th Mar 4, 1863 – Aug 24, 1865 Died.
Edna F. Kelly Democratic 10th Nov 8, 1949 – Jan 3, 1963 Brooklyn
12th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1969
George B. Kelly Democratic 38th Jan 3, 1937 – Jan 3, 1939 Rochester
John Kelly Democratic 4th Mar 4, 1855 – Dec 25, 1858 Manhattan Resigned.
Sue W. Kelly Republican 19th Jan 3, 1995 – Jan 3, 2007 Katonah
William H. Kelsey Opposition 28th Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857 Geneseo
Republican Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859
25th Mar 4, 1867 – Mar 3, 1871
Gouverneur Kemble Democratic 4th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1841 Cold Spring
Jack Kemp Republican 39th Jan 3, 1971 – Jan 3, 1973 Hamburg
38th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1983
31st Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1989
Thomas Kempshall Whig 28th Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1841 Rochester
Martin J. Kennedy Democratic 18th Apr 11, 1930 – Jan 3, 1945 Manhattan
Michael J. Kennedy Democratic 15th Jan 3, 1939 – Jan 3, 1943 Manhattan
Moss Kent Federalist 18th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1817 Leraysville
William S. Kenyon Republican 11th Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1861 Kingston
Eugene J. Keogh Democratic 9th Jan 3, 1937 – Jan 3, 1963 Brooklyn
11th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1967
Francis Kernan Democratic 21st Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1865 Utica
James Kerrigan Democratic 4th Mar 4, 1861 – Mar 3, 1863 Manhattan
John H. Ketcham Republican 12th Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1873 Dover
13th Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1885
16th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1893
18th Mar 4, 1897 – Mar 3, 1903 Died.
21st Mar 4, 1903 – Nov 4, 1906
Clarence E. Kilburn Republican 31st Feb 13, 1940 – Jan 3, 1945 Malone
34th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1953
33rd Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1963
31st Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1965
John J. Kindred Democratic 14th Mar 4, 1911 – Mar 3, 1913 Long Island City
2nd Mar 4, 1921 – Mar 3, 1929
Carleton J. King Republican 31st Jan 3, 1961 – Jan 3, 1963 Saratoga Springs Resgined.
30th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1973
29th Jan 3, 1973 – Dec 31, 1974
John King Jacksonian 8th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833 New Lebanon
John A. King Whig 1st Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1851 Jamaica
Perkins King Jacksonian 11th Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831 Freehold
Peter T. King Republican 3rd Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2013 Seaford
2nd Jan 3, 2013 – Present Incumbent
Preston King Democratic 18th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1847 Ogdensburg
Free Soil Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1853
Rufus H. King Opposition 11th Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857 Catskill
Thomas Kinsella Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873 Brooklyn
Joseph Kirkland Federalist 16th Mar 4, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823 Utica
William Kirkpatrick Democratic-Republican 15th Mar 4, 1807 – Mar 3, 1809 Salina
Dorrance Kirtland Democratic-Republican 8th Mar 4, 1817 – Mar 3, 1819 Coxsackie
John Kissel Republican 3rd Mar 4, 1921 – Mar 3, 1923 Brooklyn
Arthur G. Klein Democratic 14th Jul 29, 1941 – Jan 3, 1945 Manhattan
19th Feb 19, 1946 – Dec 31, 1956 Resigned to become justice on New York Supreme Court
Ardolph L. Kline Republican 5th Mar 4, 1921 – Mar 3, 1923 Brooklyn
Charles Knapp Republican 19th Mar 4, 1869 – Mar 3, 1871 Deposit
Charles J. Knapp Republican 17th Mar 4, 1889 – Mar 3, 1891 Deposit
Charles L. Knapp Republican 24th Nov 5, 1901 – Mar 3, 1903 Lowville
28th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1911
Herman Knickerbocker Federalist 6th Mar 4, 1809 – Mar 3, 1811 Schaghticoke
Ed Koch Democratic 17th Jan 3, 1969 – Jan 3, 1973 Manhattan Resigned after being elected Mayor of New York City
18th Jan 3, 1973 – Dec 31, 1977
Randy Kuhl Republican 29th Jan 3, 2005 – Jan 3, 2009 Hammondsport
Theodore R. Kupferman Republican 17th Feb 8, 1966 – Jan 3, 1969 Manhattan
John J. LaFalce Democratic 36th Jan 3, 1975 – Jan 3, 1983 Tonawanda
32nd Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1993
29th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2003
Addison H. Laflin Republican 20th Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1871 Herkimer
Fiorello H. LaGuardia Republican 14th Mar 4, 1917 – Dec 31, 1919 Manhattan Resigned.
20th Mar 4, 1923 – Mar 3, 1925
American Labor Mar 4, 1925 – Mar 3, 1927
Republican Mar 4, 1927 – Mar 3, 1933
William G. Laidlaw Republican 34th Mar 4, 1887 – Mar 3, 1891 Ellicottville
William H. Lamport Republican 25th Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873 Canandaigua
26th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875
Frederick Lansing Republican 22nd Mar 4, 1889 – Mar 3, 1891 Watertown
Gerrit Y. Lansing Jacksonian 10th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1837 Albany
William E. Lansing Republican 22nd Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873 Albany
23rd Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875
James J. Lanzetta Democratic 20th Mar 4, 1933 – Jan 3, 1935 Manhattan
Jan 3, 1937 – Jan 3, 1939
Elbridge G. Lapham Republican 27th Mar 4, 1875 – Jul 29, 1881 Canandaigua Resigned after being elected to the U.S. Senate.
Henry J. Latham Republican 3rd Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1953 Queens Village Resigned.
4th Jan 3, 1953 – Dec 31, 1958
John Laurance Pro-Administration 2nd Mar 4, 1789 – Mar 3, 1793
Charles B. Law Republican 4th Mar 4, 1905 – Mar 3, 1911 Brooklyn
Cornelius Lawrence Jacksonian 3rd Mar 4, 1833 – May 14, 1834 Manhattan Resigned after becoming Mayor of New York
John W. Lawrence Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1847 Flushing
Samuel Lawrence Adams-Clay Democratic-Republican 25th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Johnsons Settlement
Sidney Lawrence Democratic 15th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1849 Moira
William T. Lawrence Whig 26th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1849 Catuyaville
John D. Lawson Republican 8th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875 Manhattan
Thomas Lawyer Democratic-Republican 13th Mar 4, 1817 – Mar 3, 1819 Cobleskill
George W. Lay Anti-Masonic 29th Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1835 Batavia
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837
Rick Lazio Republican 2nd Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2001 Brightwaters
Elias W. Leavenworth Republican 25th Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1877 Syracuse
John LeBoutillier Republican 6th Jan 3, 1981 – Jan 3, 1983 Westbury
Chris Lee Republican 26th Jan 3, 2009 – Feb 9, 2011 Clarence Resigned.
Gary A. Lee Republican 33rd Jan 3, 1979 – Jan 3, 1983 Dryden
Gideon Lee Jacksonian 3rd Nov 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Manhattan
Joshua Lee Jacksonian 27th Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Penn Yan
M. Lindley Lee Republican 22nd Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1861 Fulton
Warren I. Lee Republican 6th Mar 4, 1921 – Mar 3, 1923 Brooklyn
Jacob LeFever Republican 18th Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1897 New Paltz
Frank J. LeFevre Republican 24th Mar 4, 1905 – Mar 3, 1907 New Paltz
Jay LeFevre Republican 27th Jan 3, 1943 – Jan 3, 1945 New Paltz
30th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1951
John Lefferts Democratic-Republican 1st Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1815 Brooklyn
James Lent Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1829 – Feb 22, 1833 Newtown Died.
Norman F. Lent Republican 5th Jan 3, 1971 – Jan 3, 1973 East Rockaway
4th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1993
Moses G. Leonard Democratic 5th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845 Manhattan
Stephen B. Leonard Jacksonian 22nd Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Owego
Democratic Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1841
Montague Lessler Republican 7th Jan 7, 1903 – Mar 3, 1903 Manhattan
David A. Levy Republican 4th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 1995 Baldwin
Jefferson M. Levy Democratic 13th Mar 4, 1899 – Mar 3, 1901 Manhattan
Mar 4, 1911 – Mar 3, 1913
14th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1915
Abner Lewis Whig 31st Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1847 Panama
William S. Lincoln Republican 26th Mar 4, 1867 – Mar 3, 1869 Owego
George H. Lindsay Democratic 6th Mar 4, 1901 – Mar 3, 1903 Brooklyn
2nd Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1913
George W. Lindsay Democratic 3rd Mar 4, 1923 – Jan 3, 1935 Brooklyn
John V. Lindsay Republican 17th Jan 3, 1959 – Dec 31, 1965 Manhattan Resigned to become Mayor of New York City
James G. Lindsley Republican 17th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1887 Rondout
Archibald L. Linn Whig 11th Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Schenectady
Elisha Litchfield Democratic-Republican 19th Mar 4, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823 Delphi Falls
Crawford Democratic-Republican 23rd Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825
Lucius N. Littauer Republican 22nd Mar 4, 1897 – Mar 3, 1903 Gloversville
25th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1907
Joseph J. Little Democratic 12th Nov 3, 1891 – Mar 3, 1893 Manhattan
De Witt C. Littlejohn Republican 22nd Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1865 Oswego
Martin W. Littleton Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1911 – Mar 3, 1913 Port Washington
Edward Livingston Democratic-Republican 2nd Mar 4, 1795 – Mar 3, 1801
Henry W. Livingston Federalist 8th Mar 4, 1803 – Mar 3, 1807
Robert Le Roy Livingston Federalist 6th Mar 4, 1809 – May 6, 1812 Hudson Resigned.
Daniel N. Lockwood Democratic 32nd Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1879 Buffalo
Mar 4, 1891 – Mar 3, 1895
George W. Loft Democratic 13th Nov 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1917 Manhattan
Meyer London Socialist 12th Mar 4, 1915 – Mar 3, 1919 Manhattan
Mar 4, 1921 – Mar 3, 1923
Arphaxed Loomis Democratic 16th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 Little Falls
Bert Lord Republican 34th Jan 3, 1935 – May 24, 1939 Afton Died.
Frederick W. Lord Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1849 Greenport
Scott Lord Democratic 23rd Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1877 Utica
William Lounsbery Democratic 15th Mar 4, 1879 – Mar 3, 1881 Kingston
Thomas C. Love Anti-Jacksonian 32nd Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Buffalo
John Lovett Federalist 9th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1817 Albany
Philip B. Low Republican 15th Mar 4, 1895 – Mar 3, 1899 Manhattan
Allard K. Lowenstein Democratic 5th Jan 3, 1969 – Jan 3, 1971 Long Beach
Nita M. Lowey Democratic 20th Jan 3, 1989 – Jan 3, 1993 White Plains Incumbent
18th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2013
17th Jan 3, 2013 – Present
Stanley N. Lundine Democratic 39th Mar 2, 1976 – Jan 3, 1983 Jamestown
34th Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1987
George R. Lunn Democratic 30th Mar 4, 1917 – Mar 3, 1919 Schenectady
Joseph S. Lyman Democratic-Republican 15th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Cooperstown
Walter A. Lynch Democratic 22nd Feb 20, 1940 – Jan 3, 1945 Manhattan
23rd Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1951
Caleb Lyon Independent 23rd Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Lyonsdale
John MacCrate Republican 3rd Mar 4, 1919 – Dec 30, 1920 Brooklyn Resigned to become justice of New York Supreme Court
Clinton D. MacDougall Republican 25th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875 Auburn
26th Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1877
Clarence MacGregor Republican 41st Mar 4, 1919 – Dec 31, 1928 Buffalo resigned after being elected as justice on New York Supreme Court
William B. Maclay Democratic 4th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1849 Manhattan
5th Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1861
W. Kingsland Macy Republican 1st Jan 3, 1947 – Jan 3, 1951 Islip
Dan Maffei Democratic 25th Jan 3, 2009 – Jan 3, 2011 DeWitt
24th Jan 3, 2013 – Jan 3, 2015
John Magee Jacksonian 28th Mar 4, 1827 – Mar 3, 1831 Bath
Walter W. Magee Republican 35th Mar 4, 1915 – May 25, 1927 Syracuse Died.
Thomas F. Magner Democratic 5th Mar 4, 1889 – Mar 3, 1893 Brooklyn
6th Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1895
Rowland B. Mahany Republican 32nd Mar 4, 1895 – Mar 3, 1899 Buffalo
James P. Maher Democratic 3rd Mar 4, 1911 – Mar 3, 1913 Brooklyn
5th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1919
7th Mar 4, 1919 – Mar 3, 1921
Peter P. Mahoney Democratic 4th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1889 Brooklyn
George R. Malby Republican 26th Mar 4, 1907 – Jul 5, 1912 Ogdensburg Died.
Meredith Mallory Democratic 27th Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1841 Hammondsport
Carolyn B. Maloney Democratic 14th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2013 Manhattan Incumbent
12th Jan 3, 2013 – Present
Sean P. Maloney Democratic 18th Jan 3, 2013 – Present Cold Spring Incumbent
Abijah Mann, Jr. Jacksonian 16th Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1837 Fairfield
Thomas J. Manton Democratic 9th Jan 3, 1985 – Jan 3, 1993 Sunnyside
7th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 1999
Vito Marcantonio Republican 20th Jan 3, 1935 – Jan 3, 1937 Manhattan
American Labor Jan 3, 1939 – Jan 3, 1945
18th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1951
Henry Markell Anti-Jacksonian 16th Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1829 Palatine
Jacob Markell Federalist 14th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1815 Manheim
David O'B. Martin Republican 30th Jan 3, 1981 – Jan 3, 1983 Canton
26th Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1993
Frederick S. Martin Whig 31st Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Olean
Henry C. Martindale Adams-Clay Democratic-Republican 18th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Sandy Hill
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1829
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831
Anti-Masonic 12th Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1835
Dudley Marvin Adams-Clay Democratic-Republican 26th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Canandaigua
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1829
Whig 31st Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1849
Francis Marvin Republican 17th Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1895 Port Jervis
James M. Marvin Republican 18th Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1869 Saratoga Springs
Richard P. Marvin Whig 31st Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1841 Jamestown
Joseph Mason Republican 24th Mar 4, 1879 – Mar 3, 1883 Hamilton
William Mason Jacksonian 21st Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Preston
Eric Massa Democratic 29th Jan 3, 2009 – Mar 8, 2010 Corning Resigned.
Josiah Masters Democratic-Republican 10th Mar 4, 1805 – Mar 3, 1809 Schaghticoke
Vincent Mathews Federalist 14th Mar 4, 1809 – Mar 3, 1811 Elmira
Orsamus B. Matteson Whig 20th Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1851 Utica
Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Resigned.
Opposition Mar 4, 1855 – Feb 27, 1857
Republican Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859
James Maurice Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Maspeth
Thomas Maxwell Jacksonian 25th Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831 Elmira
Mitchell May Democratic 6th Mar 4, 1899 – Mar 3, 1901 Brooklyn
Stephen L. Mayham Democratic 15th Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1879 Schoharie
John Maynard Anti-Jacksonian 26th Mar 4, 1827 – Mar 3, 1829 Ovid Village
Whig 25th Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843
Carolyn McCarthy Democratic 4th Jan 3, 1997 – Jan 3, 2015 Mineola
Dennis McCarthy Republican 23rd Mar 4, 1867 – Mar 3, 1871 Syracuse
John H. McCarthy Democratic 8th Mar 4, 1889 – Jan 14, 1891 Manhattan Resigned after being appointed as justice of the City Court of New York City
Richard D. McCarthy Democratic 39th Jan 3, 1965 – Jan 3, 1971 Buffalo
Andrew Z. McCarty Opposition 22nd Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857 Pulaski
Richard McCarty Democratic-Republican 8th Mar 4, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823 Coxsackie
George McClellan Democratic 27th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1915 Chatham
George B. McClellan, Jr. Democratic 12th Mar 4, 1895 – Dec 21, 1903 Manhattan Resigned to become Mayor of New York City
Robert McClellan Democratic 8th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 Middleburg
Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843
Anson G. McCook Republican 8th Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1883 Manhattan
Andrew McCord Democratic-Republican 5th Mar 4, 1803 – Mar 3, 1805
Richard C. McCormick Republican 1st Mar 4, 1895 – Mar 3, 1897 Jamaica
Robert C. McEwen Republican 31st Jan 3, 1965 – Jan 3, 1973 Ogdensburg
30th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1981
Christopher C. McGrath Democratic 26th Jan 3, 1949 – Jan 3, 1953 Manhattan
Raymond J. McGrath Republican 5th Jan 3, 1981 – Jan 3, 1993 Valley Stream
John M. McHugh Republican 24th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2003 Pierrepont Manor Resigned after being appointed U.S. Secretary of the Army
23rd Jan 3, 2003 – Sep 21, 2009
Matthew F. McHugh Democratic 27th Jan 3, 1975 – Jan 3, 1983 Ithaca
28th Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1993
James B. McKean Republican 15th Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1863 Saratoga Springs
John McKeon Jacksonian 3rd Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Manhattan
Democratic Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843
Richard F. McKiniry Democratic 23rd Mar 4, 1919 – Mar 3, 1921 Manhattan
Thomas McKissock Whig 9th Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1851 Newburgh
Martin B. McKneally Republican 27th Jan 3, 1969 – Jan 3, 1971 Newburgh
Gregory McMahon Republican 4th Jan 3, 1947 – Jan 3, 1949 Queens
Michael McMahon Democratic 13th Jan 3, 2009 – Jan 3, 2011 Staten Island
William McManus Anti-Jacksonian 9th Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827 Troy
Samuel McMillan Republican 21st Mar 4, 1907 – Mar 3, 1909 Lake Mahopac
Michael R. McNulty Democratic 23rd Jan 3, 1989 – Jan 3, 1993 Manhattan
21st Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2009
Charles McVean Jacksonian 15th Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1835 Canajoharie
James M. Mead Democratic 42nd Mar 4, 1919 – Dec 2, 1938 Buffalo Resigned after being elected to the U.S. Senate.
Edwin R. Meade Democratic 5th Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1877 Manhattan
Henry Meigs Democratic-Republican 2nd Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Manhattan
Gregory W. Meeks Democratic 6th Feb 3, 1998 – Jan 3, 2013 Queens Incumbent
5th Jan 3, 2013 – Present
David B. Mellish Republican 9th Mar 4, 1873 – May 23, 1874 Manhattan Died.
Grace Meng Democratic 6th Jan 3, 2013 – Present Queens Incumbent
Clinton L. Merriam Republican 20th Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873 Locust Grove
21st Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875
Truman A. Merriman Independent Democratic 11th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1887 Manhattan
Democratic Mar 4, 1887 – Mar 3, 1889
Edwin A. Merritt Republican 26th Nov 5, 1912 – Mar 3, 1913 Potsdam Died.
31st Mar 4, 1913 – Dec 4, 1914
Matthew J. Merritt Democratic At-large Jan 3, 1935 – Jan 3, 1945 Flushing
Arunah Metcalf Democratic-Republican 12th Mar 4, 1811 – Mar 3, 1813 Otsego
Henry B. Metcalfe Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1877 Westfield
Herman A. Metz Democratic 10th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1915 Brooklyn
Charles D. Millard Republican 25th Mar 4, 1931 – Sep 29, 1937 Tarrytown Resigned after being elected surrogate of Westchester County
Stephen C. Millard Republican 28th Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885 Binghamton
26th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1887
John Miller Anti-Jacksonian 22nd Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827 Truxton
Killian Miller Opposition 12th Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857 Hudson
Morris S. Miller Federalist 16th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1815 Utica
Samuel F. Miller Republican 19th Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1865 Franklin
21st Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1877
Rutger B. Miller Jacksonian 17th Nov 9, 1836 – Mar 3, 1837 Utica
Warner Miller Republican 22nd Mar 4, 1879 – Jul 6, 1881 Herkimer Resigned after being elected to the U.S. Senate.
William E. Miller Republican 42nd Jan 3, 1951 – Jan 3, 1953 Lockport
40th Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1965
William S. Miller American 3rd Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1847 Manhattan
Charles S. Millington Republican 27th Mar 4, 1909 – Mar 3, 1911 Herkimer
Ogden L. Mills Republican 17th Mar 4, 1921 – Mar 3, 1927 Manhattan
Henry C. Miner Democratic 9th Mar 4, 1895 – Mar 3, 1897 Manhattan
Charles F. Mitchell Whig 33rd Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1841 Herkimer
Donald J. Mitchell Republican 31st Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1983 Herkimer
Henry Mitchell Jacksonian 21st Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1835 Norwich
John M. Mitchell Republican 8th Jun 2, 1896 – Mar 3, 1899 Manhattan
Samuel L. Mitchill Democratic-Republican 2nd Mar 4, 1801 – Mar 3, 1803 Manhattan Resigned after being elected to the U.S. Senate.
3rd Mar 4, 1803 – Nov 22, 1804
2nd Dec 4, 1810 – Mar 3, 1813 First elected to finish term of William Denning who failed to qualify
Hosea Moffitt Federalist 10th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1817 Nassau
John H. Moffitt Republican 21st Mar 4, 1887 – Mar 3, 1891 Chateaugay Lake
Guy V. Molinari Republican 17th Jan 3, 1981 – Jan 3, 1983 Staten Island Resigned.
14th Jan 3, 1983 – Dec 31, 1989
Susan Molinari Republican 14th Mar 20, 1990 – Jan 3, 1993 Staten Island Resigned.
13th Jan 3, 1993 – Aug 2, 1997
Robert Monell Democratic-Republican 15th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Greene
Jacksonian 21st Mar 4, 1829 – Feb 21, 1831 Resigned to become Judge of the New York Sixth State Circuit Court
James Monroe Whig 3rd Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1841 Manhattan
Ely Moore Jacksonian 3rd Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Manhattan
Democratic Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839
Joseph Morelle Democratic 25th Nov 13, 2018 – present Irondequoit Incumbent; First elected to finish term of Louise Slaughter
Christopher Morgan Whig 24th Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1843 Aurora
Edwin B. Morgan Whig 25th Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Aurora
Opposition Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857
Republican Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859
John J. Morgan Democratic-Republican 2nd Dec 3, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823 Manhattan
Jacksonian Democratic-Republican 3rd Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825
Jacksonian Dec 1, 1834 – Mar 3, 1835
Daniel Morris Republican 25th Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1867 Penn Yan
Thomas Morris Federalist 10th Mar 4, 1801 – Mar 3, 1803
John Morrissey Democratic 5th Mar 4, 1867 – Mar 3, 1871 Manhattan
Oliver A. Morse Republican 19th Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859 Cherry Valley
Levi P. Morton Republican 11th Mar 4, 1879 – Mar 21, 1881 Manhattan Resigned to become Minister to France
William A. Moseley Whig 32nd Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1847 Buffalo
Luther W. Mott Republican 28th Mar 4, 1911 – Mar 3, 1913 Oswego Died.
32nd Mar 4, 1913 – Jul 10, 1923
Robert J. Mrazek Democratic 3rd Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1993 Huntington
Joseph Mruk Republican 41st Jan 3, 1943 – Jan 3, 1945 Buffalo
Nicholas Muller Democratic 5th Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1881 Manhattan
Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885
6th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1887
7th Mar 4, 1899 – Dec 1, 1902 Resigned.
Joseph Mullin Whig 19th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1849 Watertown
Abraham J. Multer Democratic 14th Nov 4, 1947 – Jan 3, 1953 Brooklyn Resigned.
13th Jan 3, 1953 – Dec 31, 1967
Gurdon S. Mumford Democratic-Republican 2nd and 3rd Mar 4, 1805 – Mar 3, 1809 Manhattan
2nd Mar 4, 1809 – Mar 3, 1811
Henry C. Murphy Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845 Brooklyn
Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1849
James J. Murphy Democratic 16th Jan 3, 1949 – Jan 3, 1953 Staten Island
John M. Murphy Democratic 16th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1973 Staten Island
17th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1981
Scott Murphy Democratic 20th Mar 31, 2009 – Jan 3, 2011 Glens Falls
Ambrose S. Murray Opposition 10th Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857 Goshen
Republican Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859
William Murray Democratic 9th Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Goshen
10th Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855
Jerrold Nadler Democratic 17th Nov 3, 1992 – Jan 3, 1993 Manhattan Incumbent
8th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2013
10th Jan 3, 2013 – Present
Homer A. Nelson Democratic 12th Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1865 Poughkeepsie
William Nelson Whig 7th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1851 Peekskill
John Nicholson Democratic-Republican 10th Mar 4, 1809 – Mar 3, 1811 Herkimer
Henry Nicoll Democratic 3rd Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1849 Manhattan
Archibald C. Niven Democratic 9th Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1847 Monticello
William H. Noble Democratic 24th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 Cato
Robert Nodar, Jr. Republican 6th Jan 3, 1947 – Jan 3, 1949 Queens
Michael N. Nolan Democratic 16th Mar 4, 1881 – Mar 3, 1883 Albany
Ebenezer F. Norton Jacksonian 30th Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831 Buffalo
Nelson I. Norton Republican 33rd Dec 6, 1875 – Mar 3, 1877 Hinsdale
Henry J. Nowak Democratic 37th Jan 3, 1975 – Jan 3, 1983 Buffalo
33rd Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1993
Newton W. Nutting Republican 24th Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885 Oswego
27th Mar 4, 1887 – Oct 15, 1889 Died.
James O'Brien Independent Democratic 10th Mar 4, 1879 – Mar 3, 1881 Manhattan
James H. O'Brien Democratic 9th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1915 Brooklyn
Joseph J. O'Brien Republican 38th Jan 3, 1939 – Jan 3, 1945 East Rochester
Leo W. O'Brien Democratic 32nd Apr 1, 1952 – Jan 3, 1953 Albany Resigned.
30th Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1963
29th Jan 3, 1963 – Dec 30, 1966
David J. O'Connell Democratic 9th Mar 4, 1919 – Mar 3, 1921 Brooklyn
Mar 4, 1923 – Dec 29, 1930 Died.
John J. O'Connor Democratic 16th Nov 6, 1923 – Jan 3, 1939 Manhattan
Caroline O'Day Democratic At-large Jan 3, 1935 – Jan 3, 1943 Rye
James M.E. O'Grady Republican 31st Mar 4, 1899 – Mar 3, 1901 Rochester
Denis O'Leary Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1913 – Dec 31, 1914 Douglaston Resigned.
James A. O'Leary Democratic 11th Jan 3, 1935 – Mar 16, 1944 West New Brighton Died.
Daniel O'Reilly Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1879 – Mar 3, 1881 Brooklyn
Donald L. O'Toole Democratic 8th Jan 3, 1937 – Jan 3, 1945 Brooklyn
13th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1953
Thomas J. Oakley Federalist 4th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1815 Poughkeepsie
Jacksonian 5th Mar 4, 1827 – May 9, 1828 Resigned after being appointed judge of the Superior Court of New York City
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Democratic 14th Jan 3, 2019 – present Bronx Incumbent
Benjamin B. Odell, Jr. Republican 17th Mar 4, 1895 – Mar 3, 1899 Newburgh
Moses F. Odell Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1861 – Mar 3, 1863 Brooklyn
3rd Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1865
N. Holmes Odell Democratic 12th Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1877 White Plains
David A. Ogden Federalist 18th Mar 4, 1817 – Mar 3, 1819 Madrid
Woodson R. Oglesby Democratic 24th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1917 Yonkers
J. Van Vechten Olcott Republican 15th Mar 4, 1905 – Mar 3, 1911 Manhattan
Abram B. Olin Republican 13th Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1863 Troy
Andrew Oliver Democratic 26th Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1857 Penn Yan
Daniel C. Oliver Democratic 23rd Mar 4, 1917 – Mar 3, 1919 Manhattan
Frank A. Oliver Democratic 23rd Mar 4, 1923 – Jun 18, 1934 Bronx Resigned after being appointed justice of the Court of Special Sessions
William M. Oliver Democratic 27th Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Penn Yan
Harold C. Ostertag Republican 41st Jan 3, 1951 – Jan 3, 1953 Attica
39th Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1963
37th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1965
Norton P. Otis Republican 19th Mar 4, 1903 – Feb 20, 1905 Yonkers Died.
Richard Ottinger Democratic 25th Jan 3, 1965 – Jan 3, 1971 Pleasantville
24th Jan 3, 1975 – Jan 3, 1983
20th Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1985
Bill Owens Democratic 23rd Nov 3, 2009 – Jan 3, 2013 Plattsburgh
21st Jan 3, 2013 – Jan 3, 2015
Major Owens Democratic 12th Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1993 Brooklyn
11th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2007
Sherman Page Jacksonian 19th Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1837 Unadilla
Rufus Palen Whig 7th Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1841 Fallsburg
Beriah Palmer Democratic-Republican 11th Mar 4, 1803 – Mar 3, 1805
George W. Palmer Republican 16th Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1861 Plattsburgh
John Palmer Democratic-Republican 12th Mar 4, 1817 – Mar 3, 1819 Plattsburgh
Democratic 13th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839
Abraham X. Parker Republican 19th Mar 4, 1881 – Mar 3, 1885 Potsdam
22nd Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1889
Amasa J. Parker Democratic 20th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 Delhi
James S. Parker Republican 29th Mar 4, 1913 – Dec 19, 1933 Salem Died.
John M. Parker Opposition 27th Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857 Owego
Republican Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859
Herbert Parsons Republican 13th Mar 4, 1905 – Mar 3, 1911 Manhattan
Samuel Partridge Democratic 22nd Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Elmira
John Paterson Democratic-Republican 16th Mar 4, 1803 – Mar 3, 1805
Thomas J. Paterson Whig 28th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845 Rochester Surname often misspelled
Thomas G. Patten Democratic 15th Mar 4, 1911 – Mar 3, 1913 Manhattan
18th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1917
George W. Patterson Republican 33rd Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1879 Westerfield
Walter Patterson Federalist 5th Mar 4, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823 Ancram
William Patterson Whig 29th Mar 4, 1837 – Aug 14, 1838 Warsaw Died.
Edward W. Pattison Democratic 29th Jan 3, 1975 – Jan 3, 1979 West San Lake
William Paulding, Jr. Democratic-Republican 2nd Mar 4, 1811 – Mar 3, 1813 Manhattan
Bill Paxon Republican 31st Jan 3, 1989 – Jan 3, 1993 East Aurora
27th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 1999
Sereno E. Payne Republican 26th Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885 Auburn
27th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1887
Dec 2, 1889 – Mar 3, 1893
28th Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1903
31st Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1913
36th Mar 4, 1913 – Dec 10, 1914
Jared V. Peck Democratic 9th Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Port Chester
Luther C. Peck Whig 30th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1841 Pike
Rufus W. Peckham Democratic 14th Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Albany
Harmanus Peek Democratic-Republican 13th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Schenectady
Herbert Pell Democratic 17th Mar 4, 1919 – Mar 3, 1921 Manhattan
Guy R. Pelton Opposition 3rd Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857 Manhattan
Edmund H. Pendleton Anti-Jacksonian 5th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833 Hyde Park
Bishop Perkins Democratic 17th Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Manhattan
James B. Perkins Republican 31st Mar 4, 1901 – Mar 3, 1903 Rochester Died.
32nd Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 11, 1910
Nathan D. Perlman Republican 14th Nov 2, 1920 – Mar 3, 1927 Manhattan
Eli Perry Democratic 14th Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873 Albany
15th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875
Andrew Petersen Republican 9th Mar 4, 1921 – Mar 3, 1923 Brooklyn
George Petrie Independent Democratic 17th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1849 Little Falls
Peter A. Peyser Republican 25th Jan 3, 1971 – Jan 3, 1973 Irvington
23rd Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1977
Democratic Jan 3, 1979 – Jan 3, 1983
Theodore A. Peyser Democratic 17th Mar 4, 1933 – Aug 8, 1937 Manhattan Died.
Joseph L. Pfeifer Democratic 3rd Jan 3, 1935 – Jan 3, 1945 Brooklyn
8th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1951
William L. Pfeiffer Republican 42nd Jan 3, 1949 – Jan 3, 1951 Kenmore
William T. Pheiffer Republican 16th Jan 3, 1941 – Jan 3, 1943 Manhattan
Oliver Phelps Democratic-Republican 17th Mar 4, 1803 – Mar 3, 1805
Jonas P. Phoenix Whig 3rd Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845 Manhattan
Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1851
Ray V. Pierce Republican 32nd Mar 4, 1879 – Sep 18, 1880 Buffalo Resigned.
Wallace E. Pierce Republican 31st Jan 3, 1939 – Jan 3, 1940 Plattsburgh Died.
Jeremiah H. Pierson Democratic-Republican 3rd Dec 3, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823 Ramapo
Job Pierson Jacksonian 9th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1835 Schaghticoke
Otis G. Pike Democratic 1st Jan 3, 1961 – Jan 3, 1979 Riverhead
John R. Pillion Republican 42nd Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1963 Lackawanna
39th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1965
John S. Pindar Democratic 24th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1887 Cobleskill
Nov 4, 1890 – Mar 3, 1891
Alexander Pirnie Republican 34th Jan 3, 1959 – Jan 3, 1963 Utica
32nd Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1973
Nathaniel Pitcher Democratic-Republican 12th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1823 Sandy Hill
Jacksonian 18th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833
Edmund Platt Republican 26th Mar 4, 1913 – Jun 7, 1920 Poughkeepsie Resigned after being appointed to the Federal Reserve Board
Jonas Platt Federalist 9th Mar 4, 1799 – Mar 3, 1801
Thomas C. Platt Republican 27th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875 Owego
28th Mar 4, 1875 – Mar 3, 1877
Bertram L. Podell Democratic 13th Feb 20, 1968 – Jan 3, 1975 Brooklyn
Theodore M. Pomeroy Republican 25th Mar 4, 1861 – Mar 3, 1863 Auburn
24th Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1869
Benjamin Pond Democratic-Republican 8th Mar 4, 1811 – Mar 3, 1813 Schroon
Theodore L. Poole Republican 27th Mar 4, 1895 – Mar 3, 1897 Syracuse
James Porter Democratic-Republican 19th Mar 4, 1817 – Mar 3, 1819 Skaneateles
Peter A. Porter Republican 34th Mar 4, 1907 – Mar 3, 1909 Niagara Falls
Peter Buell Porter Democratic-Republican 15th Mar 4, 1809 – Mar 3, 1813 Buffalo
21st Mar 4, 1815 – Jan 23, 1816 Resigned after being appointed a commissioner under the Treaty of Ghent
Timothy H. Porter Anti-Jacksonian 28th Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827 Olean
Jotham Post, Jr. Federalist 2nd Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1815 Manhattan
Clarkson Nott Potter Democratic 10th Mar 4, 1869 – Mar 3, 1873 New Rochelle
11th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875
12th Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1879
Orlando B. Potter Democratic 11th Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885 Manhattan
Emory B. Pottle Republican 26th Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1861 Naples
David M. Potts Republican 26th Jan 3, 1947 – Jan 3, 1949 Manhattan
Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Democratic 22nd Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1953 Manhattan
16th Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1963
18th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1971
Gershom Powers Jacksonian 24th Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831 Auburn
Anning S. Prall Democratic 11th Nov 6, 1923 – Jan 3, 1935 West New Brighton
Harcourt J. Pratt Republican 27th Mar 4, 1925 – Mar 3, 1933 Highland
Harry H. Pratt Republican 37th Mar 4, 1915 – Mar 3, 1919 Corning
Ruth B. Pratt Republican 17th Mar 4, 1929 – Mar 3, 1933 Manhattan
Zadock Pratt Democratic 8th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 Prattsville
11th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845
John H. Prentiss Democratic 19th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1841 Cooperstown
Cyrus D. Prescott Republican 23rd Mar 4, 1879 – Mar 3, 1883 Rome
Elizur H. Prindle Republican 19th Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873 Norwich
Benjamin Pringle Whig 30th Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Batavia
Opposition Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857
Cornelius A. Pugsley Democratic 16th Mar 4, 1901 – Mar 3, 1903 Peekskill
Joseph Pulitzer Democratic 9th Mar 4, 1885 – Apr 10, 1886 Manhattan Resigned.
Meade Purdy Democratic 22nd Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845 Norwich
Harvey Putnam Whig 29th Nov 7, 1838 – Mar 3, 1839 Attica
33rd Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1851
John A. Quackenbush Republican 18th Mar 4, 1889 – Mar 3, 1893 Stillwater
John F. Quayle Democratic 7th Mar 4, 1923 – Nov 27, 1930 Brooklyn Died.
Lemuel E. Quigg Republican 14th Jan 30, 1894 – Mar 3, 1899 Manhattan
Jack Quinn Republican 30th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2003 Hamburg
27th Jan 3, 2003 – Jan 3, 2005
John Quinn Democratic 11th Mar 4, 1889 – Mar 3, 1891 Manhattan
Peter A. Quinn Democratic 26th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1947 Manhattan
T. Vincent Quinn Democratic 5th Jan 3, 1949 – Dec 30, 1951 Queens Resigned to become district attorney of Queens County
Terence J. Quinn Democratic 16th Mar 4, 1877 – Jun 18, 1878 Albany
Benjamin J. Rabin Democratic 24th Jan 3, 1945 – Dec 31, 1947 Manhattan Resigned after being elected justice to the New York Supreme Court
William Radford Democratic 10th Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1867 Yonkers
Edmund P. Radwan Republican 43rd Jan 3, 1951 – Jan 3, 1953 Buffalo
41st Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1959
John Raines Republican 29th Mar 4, 1889 – Mar 3, 1893 Canandaigua
Charles B. Rangel Democratic 18th Jan 3, 1971 – Jan 3, 1973 Manhattan Retired.
19th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1983
16th Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1993
15th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2013
13th Jan 3, 2013 – Jan 3, 2017
George O. Rathbun Democratic 25th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1847 Auburn
George W. Ray Republican 21st Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885 Chenango
26th Mar 4, 1891 – Sep 11, 1902 Resigned to become a United States District Judge
John H. Ray Republican 15th Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1963 Staten Island
Leo F. Rayfiel Democratic 14th Jan 3, 1945 – Sep 13, 1947 Brooklyn Resigned.
Henry J. Raymond Republican 6th Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1867 Manhattan
William C. Redfield Democratic 5th Mar 4, 1911 – Mar 3, 1913 Brooklyn
Daniel A. Reed Republican 43rd Mar 4, 1919 – Jan 3, 1945 Dunkirk Died.
45th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1953
43rd Jan 3, 1953 – Feb 19, 1959
Edward C. Reed Jacksonian 22nd Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833 Homer
Tom Reed Republican 29th Nov 2, 2010 – Jan 3, 2013 Corning Incumbent
23rd Jan 3, 2013 – Present
Henry A. Reeves Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1869 – Mar 3, 1871 Greenport
Ogden R. Reid Republican 26th Jan 3, 1963 – Mar 22, 1972 Purchase
Democratic Mar 22, 1972 – Jan 3, 1973
24th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1975
Joseph Y. Resnick Democratic 28th Jan 3, 1965 – Jan 3, 1969 Ellenville
Edwin R. Reynolds Republican 31st Dec 5, 1860 – Mar 3, 1861 Albion
Gideon Reynolds Whig 12th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1851 Hoosick
John H. Reynolds Democratic 14th Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1861 Albany
Joseph Reynolds Jacksonian 22nd Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Virgil
Thomas M. Reynolds Republican 27th Jan 3, 1999 – Jan 3, 2003 Springville
26th Jan 3, 2003 – Jan 3, 2009
Kathleen Rice Democratic 4th Jan 3, 2015 – Present Garden City Incumbent
John Richards Crawford Democratic-Republican 19th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Warrensburg
David P. Richardson Republican 29th Mar 4, 1879 – Mar 3, 1883 Angelica
Fred Richmond Democratic 14th Jan 3, 1975 – Aug 25, 1982 Brooklyn Resigned.
Jonathan Richmond Democratic-Republican 20th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Scipio
Ira E. Rider Democratic 14th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1905 Manhattan
R. Walter Riehlman Republican 36th Jan 3, 1947 – Jan 3, 1953 Tully
35th Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1963
34th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1965
Lewis Riggs Democratic 22nd Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Homer
Samuel Riker Democratic-Republican 1st Nov 5, 1804 – Mar 3, 1805 Newtown
Nov 5, 1807 – Mar 3, 1809
Daniel J. Riordan Democratic 8th Mar 4, 1899 – Mar 3, 1901 Manhattan
Nov 6, 1906 – Mar 3, 1913 Died.
11th Mar 4, 1913 – Apr 28, 1923
Thomas C. Ripley Whig 12th Dec 7, 1846 – Mar 3, 1847 Schaghticoke
Elijah Risley Whig 31st Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1851 Fredonia
Ellis H. Roberts Republican 21st Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873 Utica
22nd Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875
William R. Roberts Democratic 5th Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1875 Manhattan
William H. Robertson Republican 10th Mar 4, 1867 – Mar 3, 1869 Brooklyn
Reuben Robie Democratic 30th Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Bath
Orville Robinson Democratic 23rd Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845 Mexico
William E. Robinson Democratic 3rd Mar 4, 1867 – Mar 3, 1869 Brooklyn
2nd Mar 4, 1881 – Mar 3, 1885
Howard W. Robison Republican 37th Jan 14, 1958 – Jan 3, 1963 Owego
33rd Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1973
27th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1975
William B. Rochester Democratic-Republican 20th Mar 4, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823 Bath Resigned upon appointment as Judge of the Eighth Circuit Court
Crawford Democratic-Republican 28th Mar 4, 1823 – Apr 21, 1823
Lewis K. Rockefeller Republican 27th Nov 2, 1937 – Jan 3, 1943 Chatham
Hosea H. Rockwell Democratic 28th Mar 4, 1891 – Mar 3, 1893 Elmira
James A. Roe Democratic 5th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1947 Flushing
Charles Rogers Whig 14th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845 Sandy Hill
Edward Rogers Democratic 23rd Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1841 Madison
George F. Rogers Democratic 40th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1947 Rochester
John Rogers Democratic 16th Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873 Black Brook
William F. Rogers Democratic 32nd Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885 Buffalo
Angelo D. Roncallo Republican 3rd Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1975 Massapequa
John J. Rooney Democratic 4th Jun 6, 1944 – Jan 3, 1945 Brooklyn Resigned.
12th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1953
14th Jan 3, 1953 – Dec 31, 1974
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. Liberal 20th May 17, 1949 – Jan 3, 1951 Manhattan
Democratic Jan 3, 1951 – Jan 3, 1955
James I. Roosevelt Democratic 3rd Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Manhattan
Robert B. Roosevelt Democratic 4th Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873 Manhattan
Erastus Root Democratic-Republican 14th Mar 4, 1803 – Mar 3, 1805 Delhi Manhattan
12th Mar 4, 1809 – Mar 3, 1811
8th Dec 26, 1815 – Mar 3, 1817
Jacksonian 11th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833
Max Rose Democratic 11th Jan 3, 2019 – present Staten Island Incumbent
Robert L. Rose Whig 29th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1851 Allens Hill
Robert S. Rose Adams-Clay Democratic-Republican 26th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Geneva
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827
Anti-Masonic Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831
Benjamin S. Rosenthal Democratic 6th Feb 20, 1962 – Jan 3, 1963 Elmhurst Died.
8th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1983
7th Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 4, 1983
Henry H. Ross Anti-Jacksonian 19th Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827 Essex
Robert T. Ross Republican 5th Jan 3, 1947 – Jan 3, 1949 Jackson Heights
Feb 19, 1952 – Jan 3, 1953
Albert B. Rossdale Republican 23rd Mar 4, 1921 – Mar 3, 1923 Manhattan
Joseph Rowan Democratic 19th Mar 4, 1919 – Mar 3, 1921 Manhattan
Frederick W. Rowe Republican 6th Mar 4, 1915 – Mar 3, 1921 Brooklyn
Peter Rowe Democratic 18th Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Schenectady
Stephen A. Rudd Democratic 9th Feb 17, 1931 – Mar 31, 1936 Brooklyn Died.
Charles H. Ruggles Federalist 7th Mar 4, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823 Kingston
David Rumsey Whig 30th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1851 Bath
Jacob Ruppert, Jr. Democratic 15th Mar 4, 1899 – Mar 3, 1903 Manhattan
16th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1907
David A. Russell Anti-Jacksonian 12th Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Salem
Whig Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1841
Jeremiah Russell Democratic 10th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845 Saugerties
John Russell Democratic-Republican 14th Mar 4, 1805 – Mar 3, 1809 Cooperstown
Joseph Russell Democratic 15th Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1847 Warrensburg
Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853
Leslie W. Russell Republican 22nd Mar 4, 1891 – Sep 11, 1891 Ogdensburg Resigned after being elected as justice on New York Supreme Court
William F. Russell Democratic 11th Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859 Saugerties
Thomas J. Ryan Republican 15th Mar 4, 1921 – Mar 3, 1923 Manhattan
William Ryan Democratic 16th Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1895 Port Chester
William Fitts Ryan Democratic 20th Jan 3, 1961 – Sep 17, 1972 Manhattan Died.
William H. Ryan Democratic 32nd Mar 4, 1899 – Mar 3, 1903 Buffalo
35th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1909
William A. Sackett Whig 27th Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1853 Seneca Falls
Ebenezer Sage Democratic-Republican 1st Mar 4, 1809 – Mar 3, 1815 Sag Harbor
Russell Sage Whig 13th Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Troy
Opposition Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857
Peter Sailly Democratic-Republican 11th Mar 4, 1805 – Mar 3, 1807
Katharine St. George Republican 29th Jan 3, 1947 – Jan 3, 1953 Tuxedo Park
28th Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1963
27th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1965
Charles St. John Republican 11th Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873 Port Jervis
12th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875
Daniel B. St. John Whig 9th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1849 Monticello
Thomas Sammons Democratic-Republican 13th Mar 4, 1803 – Mar 3, 1807 Johnstown
9th Mar 4, 1809 – Mar 3, 1813
Archie D. Sanders Republican 39th Mar 4, 1917 – Mar 3, 1933 Stafford
Joshua Sands Federalist 2nd Dec 12, 1803 – Mar 3, 1805 Brooklyn
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1827
John Sanford Democratic 15th Mar 4, 1841 – Mar 3, 1843 Amsterdam
John Sanford Republican 20th Mar 4, 1889 – Mar 3, 1893 Amsterdam
Jonah Sanford Jacksonian 20th Nov 30, 1830 – Mar 3, 1831 Oswego
Rollin B. Sanford Republican 28th Mar 4, 1915 – Mar 3, 1921 Albany
Stephen Sanford Republican 18th Mar 4, 1869 – Mar 3, 1871 Amsterdam
Alfred E. Santangelo Democratic 18th Jan 3, 1957 – Jan 3, 1963 Manhattan
John Savage Democratic-Republican 12th Mar 4, 1815 – Mar 3, 1819 Salem
John G. Sawyer Republican 31st Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1891 Albion
Richard Schell Democratic 9th Dec 7, 1874 – Mar 3, 1875 Manhattan
Abraham H. Schenck Democratic-Republican 4th Mar 4, 1815 – Mar 3, 1817 Fishkill Landing
Abraham M. Schermerhorn Whig 28th Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1853 Rochester
Simon J. Schermerhorn Democratic 21st Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1895 Schenectady
James H. Scheuer Democratic 21st Jan 3, 1965 – Jan 3, 1973 Bronx
11th Jan 3, 1975 – Jan 3, 1983
8th Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1993
John L. Schoolcraft Whig 13th Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1853 Albany
Cornelius C. Schoonmaker Anti-Administration 4th Mar 4, 1791 – Mar 3, 1793
Marius Schoonmaker Whig 10th Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Kingston
John G. Schumaker Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1869 – Mar 3, 1871 Brooklyn
Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1877
Chuck Schumer Democratic 16th Jan 3, 1981 – Jan 3, 1983 Brooklyn Retired to run for U.S. Senate
10th Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1993
9th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 1999
Martin G. Schuneman Democratic-Republican 7th Mar 4, 1805 – Mar 3, 1807
Philip J. Schuyler Federalist 5th Mar 4, 1817 – Mar 3, 1819 Rhinebeck
Pius L. Schwert Democratic 42nd Jan 3, 1939 – Mar 11, 1941 Buffalo Died.
Jonathan Scoville Democratic 32nd Nov 12, 1880 – Mar 3, 1883 Buffalo
Henry J. Scudder Republican 1st Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875 Manhattan
Townsend Scudder Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1899 – Mar 3, 1901 Oyster Bay
Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1905
Tredwell Scudder Democratic-Republican 1st Mar 4, 1817 – Mar 3, 1819 Glen Head
Henry J. Seaman American 2nd Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1847 Richmond
John A. Searing Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859 Hempstead Branch
Charles B. Sedgwick Republican 24th Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1863 Syracuse
John E. Seeley Republican 24th Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873 Ovid
Dudley Selden Jacksonian 3rd Mar 4, 1833 – Jul 1, 1834 Manhattan Resigned.
Lewis Selye Independent Republican 28th Mar 4, 1867 – Mar 3, 1869 Rochester
Jose Serrano Democratic 18th Mar 20, 1990 – Jan 3, 1993 Bronx Incumbent
16th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2013
15th Jan 3, 2013 – Present
Walter L. Sessions Republican 31st Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873 Panama
32nd Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875
34th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1887
David L. Seymour Democratic 12th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845 Troy
Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853
William Seymour Jacksonian 20th Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Binghamton
Richard C. Shannon Republican 13th Mar 4, 1895 – Mar 3, 1899 Manhattan
Edgar A. Sharp Republican 1st Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1947 Patchogue
Peter Sharpe Adams-Clay Democratic-Republican 3rd Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Manhattan
Albert D. Shaw Republican 24th Nov 6, 1900 – Feb 10, 1901 Watertown Died.
Porter Sheldon Republican 31st Mar 4, 1869 – Mar 3, 1871 Jamestown
James S. Sherman Republican 23rd Mar 4, 1887 – Mar 3, 1891 Utica
25th Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1903
27th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1909
Judson W. Sherman Republican 30th Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859 Angelica
Socrates N. Sherman Republican 17th Mar 4, 1861 – Mar 3, 1863 Ogdensburg
Eliakim Sherrill Whig 10th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1849 Shandaken
Samuel Sherwood Federalist 8th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1815 Delhi
Zebulon R. Shipherd Federalist 12th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1815 Granville
Francis E. Shober Democratic 17th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1905 Manhattan
Mark H. Sibley Whig 26th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 Canandaigua
Daniel E. Sickles Democratic 3rd Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1861 Manhattan
10th Mar 4, 1893 – Mar 3, 1895
Nicholas Sickles Jacksonian 7th Mar 4, 1835 – Mar 3, 1837 Kingston
Isaac Siegel Republican 20th Mar 4, 1915 – Mar 3, 1923 Manhattan
Peter Silvester Pro-Administration 5th Mar 4, 1789 – Mar 3, 1793 Kinderhook
Peter H. Silvester Whig 11th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1851 Coxsackie
George A. Simmons Whig 16th Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Kesseville
Opposition Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857
James S. Simmons Republican 34th Mar 4, 1909 – Mar 3, 1913 Niagara Falls
Kenneth F. Simpson Republican 17th Jan 3, 1941 – Jan 25, 1941 Manhattan
William I. Sirovich Democratic 14th Mar 4, 1927 – Dec 17, 1939 Manhattan Died.
Fred J. Sisson Democratic 33rd Mar 4, 1933 – Jan 3, 1937 Whitesboro
Charles R. Skinner Republican 22nd Nov 8, 1881 – Mar 3, 1885 Watertown
Louise Slaughter Democratic 30th Jan 3, 1987 – Jan 3, 1993 Fairport Died
28th Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 2013
25th Jan 3, 2013 – Mar 16, 2018
John I. Slingerland Whig 13th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1849 Bethelem
Henry W. Slocum Democratic 3rd Mar 4, 1869 – Mar 3, 1873 Brooklyn
At-large Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885
James S. Smart Republican 16th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875 Cambridge
Albert Smith Whig 33rd Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1847 Batavia
Charles B. Smith Democratic 36th Mar 4, 1911 – Mar 3, 1913 Buffalo
41st Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1919
Edward H. Smith Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1861 – Mar 3, 1863 Smithtown
George J. Smith Republican 24th Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1905 Kingston
Gerrit Smith Free-Soil 22nd Mar 4, 1853 – Aug 7, 1854 Petersboro Resigned.
Henry P. Smith III Republican 40th Jan 3, 1965 – Jan 3, 1973 North Tonawanda
36th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1975
Horace B. Smith Republican 27th Mar 4, 1871 – Mar 3, 1873 Elmira
28th Mar 4, 1873 – Mar 3, 1875
J. Hyatt Smith Independent 3rd Mar 4, 1881 – Mar 3, 1883 Brooklyn
John Smith Democratic-Republican 1st Feb 6, 1800 – Feb 23, 1804 Resigned after being elected to the U.S. Senate
Thomas F. Smith Democratic 15th Apr 12, 1917 – Mar 3, 1919 Manhattan
16th Mar 4, 1919 – Mar 3, 1921
William S. Smith Federalist 17th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1815 Lebanon
Bertrand H. Snell Republican 31st Nov 2, 1915 – Jan 3, 1939 Potsdam
William W. Snow Democratic 21st Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Oneonta
Homer P. Snyder Republican 33rd Mar 4, 1915 – Mar 3, 1925 Little Falls
Stephen J. Solarz Democratic 13th Jan 3, 1975 – Jan 3, 1993 Brooklyn
Gerald B.H. Solomon Republican 29th Jan 3, 1979 – Jan 3, 1983 Saratoga Springs
24th Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1993
22nd Jan 3, 1993 – Jan 3, 1999
Andrew L. Somers Democratic 6th Mar 4, 1925 – Jan 3, 1945 Brooklyn Died.
10th Jan 3, 1945 – Apr 6, 1949
Nathan Soule Jacksonian 16th Mar 4, 1831 – Mar 3, 1833 Fort Plain
George N. Southwick Republican 20th Mar 4, 1895 – Mar 3, 1899 Albany
Mar 4, 1901 – Mar 3, 1903
23rd Mar 4, 1903 – Mar 3, 1911
Elbridge G. Spaulding Whig 32nd Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1851 Buffalo
Republican Mar 4, 1859 – Mar 3, 1863
Ambrose Spencer Anti-Jacksonian 21st Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831 Albany
Elijah Spencer Democratic-Republican 21st Mar 4, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823 Benton
James B. Spencer Democratic 14th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 Fort Covington
John C. Spencer Democratic-Republican 21st Mar 4, 1817 – Mar 3, 1819 Canandaigua
Francis E. Spinner Democratic 17th Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857 Mohawk
Republican Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1861
Francis B. Spinola Democratic 10th Mar 4, 1887 – Apr 14, 1891 Manhattan Died.
John T. Spriggs Democratic 23rd Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1887 Utica
William G. Stahlnecker Democratic 14th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1893 Yonkers
Gale H. Stalker Republican 37th Mar 4, 1923 – Jan 3, 1935 Elmira
Winifred C. Stanley Republican At-large Jan 3, 1943 – Jan 3, 1945 Buffalo
John H. Starin Republican 20th Mar 4, 1877 – Mar 3, 1881 Fultonville
George A. Starkweather Democratic 21st Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1849 Cooperstown
Henry G. Stebbins Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1863 – Oct 24, 1864 New Brighton Resigned.
John B. Steele Democratic 11th Mar 4, 1861 – Mar 3, 1863 Kingston
13th Mar 4, 1863 – Mar 3, 1865
Elise Stefanik Republican 21st Jan 3, 2015 – Present Watertown Incumbent
Charles I. Stengle Democratic 6th Mar 4, 1923 – Mar 3, 1925 Brooklyn
Abraham P. Stephens Democratic 7th Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Nyack
Micah Sterling Federalist 18th Mar 4, 1821 – Mar 3, 1823 Watertown
Lemuel Stetson Democratic 15th Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845 Kesseville
Robert S. Stevens Democratic 31st Mar 4, 1883 – Mar 3, 1885 Attica
John K. Stewart Republican 21st Mar 4, 1899 – Mar 3, 1903 Amsterdam
Thomas E. Stewart Republican 6th Mar 4, 1867 – Mar 3, 1869 Manhattan
Moses D. Stivers Republican 15th Mar 4, 1889 – Mar 3, 1891 Manhattan
Frederic Storm Republican 1st Mar 4, 1901 – Mar 3, 1903 Bayside
Henry R. Storrs Federalist 16th Mar 4, 1817 – Mar 3, 1821 Whitestown
Adams-Clay Federalist 14th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1829
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831
Silas Stow Democratic-Republican 10th Mar 4, 1811 – Mar 3, 1813 Lowville
John G. Stower Jacksonian 22nd Mar 4, 1827 – Mar 3, 1829 Hamilton
James S.T. Stranahan Opposition 2nd Mar 4, 1855 – Mar 3, 1857 Brooklyn
Samuel S. Stratton Democratic 32nd Jan 3, 1959 – Jan 3, 1963 Schenectady
35th Jan 3, 1963 – Jan 3, 1971
29th Jan 3, 1971 – Jan 3, 1973
28th Jan 3, 1973 – Jan 3, 1983
23rd Jan 3, 1983 – Jan 3, 1989
Isidor Straus Democratic 15th Jan 30, 1894 – Mar 3, 1895 Manhattan
Randall S. Street Federalist 4th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Poughkeepsie
James Strong Federalist 5th Mar 4, 1819 – Mar 3, 1821 Hudson
Adams-Clay Federalist 8th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1829
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1831
Selah B. Strong Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1843 – Mar 3, 1845 Setauket
Stephen Strong Democratic 22nd Mar 4, 1845 – Mar 3, 1847 Owego
Theron R. Strong Democratic 25th Mar 4, 1839 – Mar 3, 1841 Palmyra
Elmer E. Studley Democratic At-large Mar 4, 1933 – Jan 3, 1935 Flushing
Christopher D. Sullivan Democratic 13th Mar 4, 1917 – Jan 3, 1941 Manhattan
Timothy D. Sullivan Democratic 8th Mar 4, 1903 – Jul 27, 1906 Manhattan Resigned.
13th Mar 4, 1913 – Aug 31, 1913 Died.
William Sulzer Democratic 11th Mar 4, 1895 – Mar 3, 1903 Manhattan Resigned to become Governor of New York
10th Mar 4, 1903 – Dec 31, 1912
Thomas Suozzi Democratic 3rd Jan 3, 2017 – present Glen Cove Incumbent
Josiah Sutherland Democratic 11th Mar 4, 1851 – Mar 3, 1853 Hudson
Edward Swann Democratic 10th Nov 4, 1902 – Mar 3, 1903 Manhattan
Peter Swart Democratic-Republican 13th Mar 4, 1807 – Mar 3, 1809 Schoharie
John E. Sweeney Republican 22nd Jan 3, 1999 – Jan 3, 2003 Clifton Park
20th Jan 3, 2003 – Jan 3, 2007
Thaddeus C. Sweet Republican 32nd Nov 6, 1923 – May 1, 1928 Phoenix Died.
Oscar W. Swift Republican 9th Mar 4, 1915 – Mar 3, 1919 Brooklyn
John Swinburne Republican 19th Mar 4, 1885 – Mar 3, 1887 Albany
John Taber Republican 36th Mar 4, 1923 – Jan 3, 1945 Auburn
38th Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1953
36th Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1963
Stephen Taber Democratic 1st Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1869 Roslyn
Thomas Taber II Jacksonian 5th Dec 1, 1828 – Mar 3, 1829 Dover
Silas Talbot Pro-Administration 10th Mar 4, 1793 – Jun 5, 1794 Albany Resigned to join the U.S. Navy
Charles A. Talcott Democratic 27th Mar 4, 1911 – Mar 3, 1913 Utica
33rd Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1915
Frederick A. Tallmadge Whig 5th Mar 4, 1847 – Mar 3, 1849 Manhattan
James Tallmadge, Jr. Democratic-Republican 4th Jun 6, 1817 – Mar 3, 1819 Poughkeepsie Elected to finish the term of Representative-elect Henry B. Lee
Adolphus H. Tanner Republican 15th Mar 4, 1869 – Mar 3, 1871 Whitehall
Anthony F. Tauriello Democratic 43rd Jan 3, 1949 – Jan 3, 1951 Buffalo
Benjamin I. Taylor Democratic 25th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1915 Harrison
Dean P. Taylor Republican 29th Jan 3, 1943 – Jan 3, 1945 Troy
33rd Jan 3, 1945 – Jan 3, 1953
31st Jan 3, 1953 – Jan 3, 1961
George Taylor Democratic 2nd Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859 Brooklyn
John J. Taylor Democratic 27th Mar 4, 1853 – Mar 3, 1855 Owego
John W. Taylor Democratic-Republican 11th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1823 Ballston Spa
Adams-Clay Democratic-Republican 17th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1825 – Mar 3, 1829
Anti-Jacksonian Mar 4, 1829 – Mar 3, 1833
Nelson Taylor Democratic 5th Mar 4, 1865 – Mar 3, 1867 Manhattan
William Taylor Jacksonian 23rd Mar 4, 1833 – Mar 3, 1837 Manlius
Democratic Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839
Isaac Teller Whig 12th Nov 7, 1854 – Mar 3, 1855 Beacon
Ludwig Teller Democratic 20th Jan 3, 1957 – Jan 3, 1961 Manhattan
Egbert Ten Eyck Crawford Democratic-Republican 20th Mar 4, 1823 – Mar 3, 1825 Watertown Lost contested election
Jacksonian Mar 4, 1825 – Dec 15, 1825
Peter G. Ten Eyck Democratic 28th Mar 4, 1913 – Mar 3, 1915 Albany
Mar 4, 1921 – Mar 3, 1923
Claudia Tenney Republican 22nd Jan 3, 2017 – Jan 3, 2019 New Hartford Lost re-election
Herbert Tenzer Democratic 5th Jan 3, 1965 – Jan 3, 1969 Cedarhurst
John H. Terry Republican 34th Jan 3, 1971 – Jan 3, 1973 Syracuse
David Thomas Democratic-Republican 7th Mar 4, 1801 – Mar 3, 1803 Salem Resigned to become New York State Treasurer.
12th Mar 4, 1803 – Feb 17, 1808
William D. Thomas Republican 29th Jan 30, 1934 – May 17, 1936 Hoosick Falls Died.
Joel Thompson Federalist 15th Mar 4, 1813 – Mar 3, 1815 Smyrna
John Thompson Democratic-Republican 7th Mar 4, 1799 – Mar 3, 1801 Stillwater Stillwater
11th Mar 4, 1807 – Mar 3, 1809
8th Mar 4, 1809 – Mar 3, 1811
John Thompson Republican 12th Mar 4, 1857 – Mar 3, 1859 Poughkeepsie
Enos T. Throop Democratic-Republican 20th Mar 4, 1815 – Jun 4, 1816 Auburn Resigned.
John R. Thurman Whig 15th Mar 4, 1849 – Mar 3, 1851 Chestertown
George Tibbits Federalist 10th Mar 4, 1803 – Mar 3, 1805 Troy
Thomas Tillotson Democratic-Republican 5th Mar 4, 1801 – Aug 10, 1801 Red Hook resigned his seat to become Secretary of State of New York
Obadiah Titus Democratic 5th Mar 4, 1837 – Mar 3, 1839 Washington
Harold S. Tolley