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List of federal judges appointed by Warren G. Harding

President Warren G. Harding.

Following is a list of all Article III United States federal judges appointed by President Warren G. Harding during his presidency.[1] In total Harding appointed 52 Article III federal judges, including 4 Justices to the Supreme Court of the United States (including one Chief Justice), 6 judges to the United States Courts of Appeals, and 42 judges to the United States district courts.

Additionally, Harding appointed 4 judges to the United States Court of Customs Appeals, an Article I tribunal.

Contents

United States Supreme Court JusticesEdit

# Justice Seat State Former Justice Nomination
date
Confirmation
date
Began
active service
Ended
active service
Ended
retired service
1 William Howard Taft Chief Ohio Edward Douglass White June 30, 1921 June 30, 1921 June 30, 1921 February 3, 1930
2 George Sutherland 6 Utah John Hessin Clarke September 5, 1922 September 5, 1922 September 5, 1922 January 17, 1938 July 18, 1942
3 Pierce Butler 10 Minnesota William R. Day December 5, 1922 December 21, 1922 December 21, 1922 November 16, 1939
4 Edward Terry Sanford 8 Tennessee Mahlon Pitney January 24, 1923 January 29, 1923 January 29, 1923 March 8, 1930

Courts of AppealsEdit

# Judge Circuit Nomination
date
Confirmation
date
Began active
service
Ended active
service
Ended senior
status
1 Edmund Waddill Jr. Fourth May 26, 1921 June 2, 1921 June 2, 1921 April 9, 1931
2 Julius Marshuetz Mayer Second September 22, 1921 October 5, 1921 October 5, 1921 July 31, 1924
3 Robert E. Lewis Eighth / Tenth November 3, 1921 November 15, 1921 November 15, 1921 May 31, 1940[2] July 31, 1941
4 William S. Kenyon Eighth January 31, 1922 January 31, 1922 January 31, 1922 September 9, 1933
5 John Carter Rose Fourth December 9, 1922 December 20, 1922 December 20, 1922 March 26, 1927
6 Frank H. Rudkin Ninth January 5, 1923 January 9, 1923 January 9, 1923 May 3, 1931

District CourtsEdit

# Judge Court
[Note 1]
Nomination
date
Confirmation
date
Began active
service
Ended active
service
Ended senior
status
1 Claude Luse W.D. Wis. April 14, 1921 April 27, 1921 April 1, 1921[3] May 28, 1932
2 William Eli Baker N.D. W. Va. April 14, 1921 May 3, 1921 April 4, 1921[4] April 3, 1954 June 4, 1954
3 John William Ross W.D. Tenn. May 26, 1921 May 31, 1921 May 31, 1921 July 9, 1925
4 Duncan Lawrence Groner E.D. Va. May 26, 1921 June 2, 1921 June 2, 1921 March 3, 1931
5 Adolph A. Hoehling Jr. D.D.C. June 6, 1921 June 13, 1921 June 13, 1921 December 31, 1927
6 George Warwick McClintic S.D. W. Va. July 19, 1921 July 25, 1921 July 25, 1921 March 1, 1941 September 25, 1942
7 Thomas Blake Kennedy D. Wyo. October 17, 1921 October 25, 1921 October 25, 1921 November 6, 1955 May 21, 1957
8 George Franklin Morris D.N.H. October 20, 1921 October 25, 1921 October 25, 1921 April 30, 1943 March 25, 1953
9 John A. Peters D. Me. October 25, 1921 November 14, 1921 November 14, 1921 January 2, 1947 August 1, 1953
10 Andrew Miller D.N.D. December 19, 1921 February 2, 1922 February 2, 1922 March 29, 1941 March 17, 1960
11 George Cromwell Scott N.D. Iowa February 16, 1922 February 21, 1922 February 21, 1922 November 1, 1943 October 6, 1948
12 John Foster Symes D. Colo. April 22, 1922 May 16, 1922 May 16, 1922 April 14, 1950 April 5, 1951
13 William Hale Barrett S.D. Ga. June 14, 1922 June 22, 1922 June 22, 1922 May 1, 1941
14 James Herbert Wilkerson N.D. Ill. July 11, 1922 July 18, 1922 July 18, 1922 December 31, 1940 September 30, 1948
15 Robert Murray Gibson W.D. Pa. July 18, 1922 July 24, 1922 July 24, 1922 January 31, 1949 December 19, 1949
16 Elisha Hume Brewster D. Mass. September 20, 1922 September 22, 1922 September 22, 1922 October 14, 1941 April 29, 1946
17 Walter C. Lindley E.D. Ill. September 20, 1922 September 22, 1922 September 22, 1922 October 23, 1949
18 James Arnold Lowell D. Mass. September 20, 1922 September 22, 1922 September 22, 1922 November 30, 1933
19 Adam C. Cliffe N.D. Ill. December 20, 1922 December 22, 1922 December 22, 1922 June 12, 1928
20 Frederic Palen Schoonmaker W.D. Pa. December 20, 1922 December 22, 1922 December 22, 1922 September 5, 1945
21 Marcus Beach Campbell E.D.N.Y. December 28, 1922 January 3, 1923 January 3, 1923 August 3, 1944
22 Henry W. Goddard S.D.N.Y. December 28, 1922 January 4, 1923 January 4, 1923 February 1, 1954 August 26, 1955
23 Francis A. Winslow S.D.N.Y. December 28, 1922 January 4, 1923 January 4, 1923 April 1, 1929
24 William Hawley Atwell N.D. Tex. December 30, 1922 January 9, 1923 January 9, 1923 December 31, 1954 December 22, 1961
25 William Nelson Runyon D.N.J. December 30, 1922 January 16, 1923 January 16, 1923 November 9, 1931
26 Charles Casper Simons E.D. Mich. January 31, 1923 February 6, 1923 February 6, 1923 February 2, 1932
27 Charles Louis McKeehan E.D. Pa. January 30, 1923 February 9, 1923 February 9, 1923 March 23, 1925
28 Morris Ames Soper D. Md. February 10, 1923 February 24, 1923 February 24, 1923 May 9, 1931
29 William Bondy S.D.N.Y. February 28, 1923 March 2, 1923 March 2, 1923 May 1, 1956 March 30, 1964
30 John J. Gore M.D. Tenn. February 28, 1923 March 2, 1923 March 2, 1923 February 21, 1939
31 Xenophon Hicks E.D. Tenn.
M.D. Tenn.
February 28, 1923 March 2, 1923 March 2, 1923 May 23, 1928
32 Fred Clinton Jacobs D. Ariz. February 28, 1923 March 2, 1923 March 2, 1923 May 31, 1936 February 21, 1958
33 Paul Jones N.D. Ohio February 28, 1923 March 2, 1923 March 2, 1923 August 4, 1965
34 John F. McGee D. Minn. February 28, 1923 March 2, 1923 March 2, 1923 February 15, 1925
35 Smith Hickenlooper S.D. Ohio March 3, 1923 March 3, 1923 March 3, 1923 January 7, 1929
36 William P. James S.D. Cal. March 2, 1923 March 3, 1923 March 3, 1923 July 28, 1940
37 John Slater Partridge N.D. Cal. March 2, 1923 March 3, 1923 March 3, 1923 May 20, 1926
38 Orie Leon Phillips D.N.M. February 28, 1923 March 3, 1923 March 3, 1923 April 29, 1929
39 Robert Alexander Inch E.D.N.Y. April 28, 1923[5] January 6, 1958 January 12, 1961
40 J. Stanley Webster E.D. Wash. April 28, 1923[6] August 31, 1939 December 24, 1962
41 William Alexander Cant D. Minn. May 21, 1923[7] January 12, 1933
42 Albert L. Reeves W.D. Mo. January 16, 1923 January 24, 1923 June 24, 1923 February 2, 1954 March 24, 1971

Specialty courts (Article I)Edit

United States Court of Customs AppealsEdit

# Judge Nomination
date
Confirmation
date
Began active
service
Ended active
service
Ended senior
status
1 Marion De Vries June 23, 1921 June 28, 1921 June 28, 1921[8] October 31, 1922
2 George Ewing Martin December 28, 1922 January 4, 1923 January 4, 1923[8] May 24, 1924
3 Oscar E. Bland March 2, 1923 March 3, 1923 March 3, 1923 December 1, 1947
4 Charles Sherrod Hatfield March 2, 1923 March 3, 1923 March 3, 1923 February 9, 1950

NotesEdit

ReferencesEdit

General
  • "Judges of the United States Courts". Biographical Directory of Federal Judges. Federal Judicial Center. Archived from the original on 2016-07-30. Retrieved 2009-04-03.
Specific
  1. ^ All information on the names, terms of service, and details of appointment of federal judges is derived from the Biographical Directory of Federal Judges, a public-domain publication of the Federal Judicial Center.
  2. ^ Originally appointed to the Eighth Circuit, but reassigned by operation of law to the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit on March 28, 1929.
  3. ^ Recess appointment; formally nominated on April 14, 1921, confirmed by the United States Senate on April 27, 1921, and received commission on April 27, 1921.
  4. ^ Recess appointment; formally nominated on April 14, 1921, confirmed by the United States Senate on May 3, 1921, and received commission on May 3, 1921.
  5. ^ Recess appointment; formally nominated by Calvin Coolidge on December 15, 1923, confirmed by the United States Senate on January 8, 1924, and received commission from Coolidge on January 8, 1924.
  6. ^ Recess appointment; formally nominated by Calvin Coolidge on December 15, 1923, confirmed by the United States Senate on January 16, 1924, and received commission from Coolidge on January 16, 1924.
  7. ^ Recess appointment; formally nominated by Calvin Coolidge on December 15, 1923, confirmed by the United States Senate on January 15, 1924, and received commission from Coolidge on January 15, 1924.
  8. ^ a b Laterally appointed Presiding Judge, previously served as Associate Judge of the same court.