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List of United States Representatives from New Hampshire

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New Hampshire was admitted as the 9th state to the United States of America on June 21, 1788. As of 2013, a total of 147 individuals have represented New Hampshire in the U.S. House.

The current members of the U.S. House from New Hampshire are:


Historical representatives

The following individuals were elected to the U.S. House from New Hampshire.

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Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1700s from New Hampshire
Party Total
     Anti-Administration 1
     Pro-Administration 3
     Federalist 6
     Democratic-Republican 1
Total Representatives 11
Representatives from New Hampshire
Representatives Years Served Party
Abiel Foster 1789-1790, 1795-1802 Pro-Administration
Samuel Livermore 1789-1792 Federalist
Nicholas Gilman 1789-1796 Democratic-Republican
Jeremiah Smith 1791-1798 Pro-Administration
Paine Wingate 1793-1794 Pro-Administration
John Samuel Sherburne 1793-1796 Anti-Administration
Peleg Sprague 1797-1798 Federalist
Jonathan Freeman 1797-1800 Federalist
William Gordon 1797-1800 Federalist
James Sheafe 1799-1800 Federalist
Samuel Tenney 1799-1806 Federalist

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1800s from New Hampshire
Party Total
     Democratic 24
     Republican 39
     Federalist 20
     Democratic-Republican 1
     Unknown 1
     Whig 3
     Jacksonian 10
     American Party 2
     Adams 5
Total Representatives 105
Representatives from New Hampshire
Representatives Years Served Party
Joseph Peirce 1801-1802 Federalist
George Baxter Upham 1801-1802 Federalist
Samuel Hunt 1801-1804 Federalist
Clifton Clagett 1803-1804, 1817-1820 Federalist
Silas Betton 1803-1806 Federalist
David Hough 1803-1806 Federalist
Caleb Ellis 1805-1806 Federalist
Thomas Weston Thompson 1805-1806 Federalist
Peter Carleton 1807-1808 Republican
Daniel Meserve Durell 1807-1808 Republican
Francis Gardner 1807-1808 Republican
Jedediah Kilburn Smith 1807-1808 Republican
Clement Storer 1807-1808 Democratic-Republican
Daniel Blaisdell 1809-1810 Federalist
John Curtis Chamberlain 1809-1810 Federalist
Nathaniel Appleton Haven 1809-1810 Federalist
James Wilson 1809-1810 Federalist
William Hale 1809-1816 Federalist
Josiah Bartlett, Jr. 1811-1812 Republican
Samuel Dinsmoor 1811-1812 Republican
Obed Hall 1811-1812 Republican
John Adams Harper 1811-1812 Republican
George Sullivan 1811-1812 Federalist
Samuel Smith 1813-1814 Federalist
Bradbury Cilley 1813-1816 Federalist
Roger Vose 1813-1816 Federalist
Daniel Webster 1813-1816 Federalist
Jeduthun Wilcox 1813-1816 Federalist
Charles Humphrey Atherton 1815-1816 Federalist
Salma Hale 1817-1818 Republican
John Fabyan Parrott 1817-1818 Republican
Arthur Livermore 1817-1820, 1823-1824 Republican
Josiah Butler 1817-1822 Republican
Nathaniel Upham 1817-1822 Republican
Joseph Buffum, Jr. 1819-1820 Republican
William Plumer, Jr. 1819-1824 Republican
Matthew Harvey 1821-1824 Republican
Aaron Matson 1821-1824 Republican
Thomas Whipple, Jr. 1821-1828 Unknown
Ichabod Bartlett 1823-1828 Adams-Clay Republican
Nehemiah EAstman 1825-1826 Adams
Titus Brown 1825-1828 Adams
Joseph Healy 1825-1828 Adams
Jonathan Harvey 1825-1830 Jacksonian
David Barker, Jr. 1827-1828 Adams
John Brodhead 1829-1832 Jacksonian
Thomas Chandler 1829-1832 Jacksonian
Joseph Hammons 1829-1832 Jacksonian
John Wingate Weeks 1829-1832 Jacksonian
Henry Hubbard 1829-1834 Jacksonian
Joseph Morrill Harper 1831-1834 Jacksonian
Benning Moulton Bean 1833-1836 Jacksonian
Robert Burns 1833-1836 Jacksonian
Franklin Pierce 1833-1836 Democratic
Moses Norris, Jr. 1834-1846 Democratic
Samuel Cushman 1835-1838 Jacksonian
Joseph Weeks 1835-1838 Democratic
James Farrington 1837-1838 Democratic
Jared Warner Williams 1837-1840 Democratic
Charles Gordon Atherton 1837-1842 Democratic
Ira Allen Eastman 1839-1842 Democratic
Tristram Shaw 1839-1842 Democratic
Edmund Burke 1839-1844 Democratic
John Randall Reding 1841-1844 Democratic
John Parker Hale 1843-1844 Democratic
Mace Moulton 1845-1846 Democratic
James Hutchins Johnson 1845-1848 Democratic
James Wilson 1847-1850 Whig
Charles Hazen Peaslee 1847-1852 Democratic
Amos Tuck 1847-1852 Whig
George Washington Morrison 1849-1850, 1853-1854 Democratic
Harry Hibbard 1849-1854 Democratic
Jared Perkins 1851-1852 Whig
George Washington Kittredge 1853-1854 Democratic
Aaron Harrison Cragin 1855-1858 Republican
James Pike 1855-1858 American Party
Mason Weare Tappan 1855-1860 American Party
Thomas McKey Edwards 1859-1862 Republican
Gilman Marston 1859-1862, 1865-1866 Republican
Edward Henry Rollins 1861-1866 Republican
Daniel Marcy 1863-1864 Democratic
James Willis Patterson 1863-1866 Republican
Jacob Benton 1867-1870 Republican
Jacob Hart Ela 1867-1870 Republican
Aaron Fletcher Stevens 1867-1870 Republican
Ellery Albee Hibbard 1871-1872 Democratic
Samuel Newell Bell 1871-1872, 1875-1876 Democratic
Hosea Washington Parker 1871-1874 Democratic
Austin Franklin Pike 1873-1874 Republican
William Bradbury Small 1873-1874 Republican
Frank Jones 1875-1878 Democratic
Henry William Blair 1875-1878, 1893-1894 Republican
James Frankland Briggs 1877-1882 Republican
Evarts Worcester Farr 1879-1880 Republican
Joshua Gilman Hall 1879-1882 Republican
Ossian Ray 1879-1884 Republican
Martin Alonzo Haynes 1883-1886 Republican
Jacob Harold Gallinger 1885-1888 Republican
Luther Franklin McKinney 1887-1888,1891-1892 Democratic
Orren Cheney Moore 1889-1890 Republican
Alonzo Nute 1889-1890 Republican
Warren Fisher Daniell 1891-1892 Democratic
Henry Moore Baker 1893-1896 Republican
Cyrus Adams Sulloway 1895-1918 Republican
Frank Gay Clarke 1897-1900 Republican

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 1900s from New Hampshire
Party Total
     Democratic 7
     Republican 19
Total Representatives 26
Representatives from New Hampshire
Representatives Years Served Party
Frank Dunklee Currier 1901-1912 Republican
Eugene Elliott Reed 1913-1914 Democratic
Raymond Bartlett Stevens 1913-1914 Democratic
Edward Hills Wason 1915-1932 Republican
Sherman Everett Burroughs 1917-1922 Republican
William Nathaniel Rogers 1923-1924, 1931-1936 Democratic
Fletcher Hale 1925-1932 Republican
Charles William Tobey 1933-1938 Republican
Alphonse Roy 1937-1938 Democratic
Arthur Byron Jenks 1937-1942 Republican
Foster Waterman Stearns 1939-1944 Republican
Chester Earl Merrow 1943-1962 Republican
Sherman Adams 1945-1946 Republican
Norris H. Cotton 1947-1954 Republican
Perkins Bass 1955-1962 Republican
Louis Crosby Wyman 1963-1974 Republican
James Colgate Cleveland 1963-1980 Republican
Joseph Oliva Huot 1965-1966 Democratic
Norman Edward D'amours 1975-1984 Democratic
Judd Alan Gregg 1981-1988 Republican
Robert C. Smith 1985-1990 Republican
Charles Gywnne Douglas, III 1989-1990 Republican
Richard Swett 1991-1994 Democratic
William H. Zeliff, Jr. 1991-1996 Republican
Charles Foster Bass 1995-2006, 2011-2013 Republican
John E. Sununu 1997-2002 Republican

Historical Representation to the US House by Party in the 2000s from New Hampshire
Party Total
     Democratic 3
     Republican 2
Total Representatives 5
Representatives from New Hampshire
Representatives Years Served Party
Jeb Bradley 2003-2006 Republican
Paul Hodes 2007-2010 Democratic
Carol Shea-Porter 2007-2010, 2013-present Democratic
Frank Guinta 2011-2013 Republican
Annie Kuster 2013-present Democratic

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