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This is a list of United States congressmen who have set records for longevity of service since the United States 1st Congress in 1789. It is divided up into several categories.
 
==List of longest-serving==
 
===Uninterrupted time===
 
====House and Senate====
 
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date !! End Date !! Name !! Party !! State !! Service !! Years and days !! Days
|-
| rowspan=78|March 4, 1789 || March 12, 1790 || [[William Grayson]] || [[Anti-Administration]] || [[Virginia]] || March 4, 1789 - March 12, 1790 (S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|3|12}} || 373
|-
| June 1, 1790 || [[Theodorick Bland]] || Anti-Administration || Virginia || March 4, 1789 - June 1, 1790 (H) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|6|1}} || 454
|-
| August 14, 1790 || [[George Partridge]] || [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]] || [[Massachusetts]] || March 4, 1789 - August 14, 1790 (H) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|8|14}} || 528
|-
| November 13, 1790 || [[William Paterson]] || Pro-Administration || [[New Jersey]] || March 4, 1789 - November 13, 1790 (S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|11|13}} || 619
|-
| rowspan=26|March 4, 1791 || [[Tristram Dalton]] || Pro-Administration || Massachusetts || rowspan=4|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1791 (S) || rowspan=26|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1791|3|4}} || rowspan=26|730
|-
| [[Jonathan Elmer]] || Pro-Administration || New Jersey
|-
| [[William Samuel Johnson]] || Pro-Administration || [[Connecticut]]
|-
| [[William Maclay]] || Anti-Administration || [[Pennsylvania]]
|-
| [[Aedanus Burke]] || Anti-Administration || [[South Carolina]] || rowspan=22|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1791 (H)
|-
| [[Lambert Cadwalader]] || Pro-Administration || New Jersey
|-
| [[Daniel Carroll]] || Pro-Administration || [[Maryland]]
|-
| [[George Clymer]] || Pro-Administration || Pennsylvania
|-
| [[Isaac Coles]] || Anti-Administration || Virginia
|-
| [[Benjamin Contee]] || Anti-Administration || Maryland
|-
| [[William Floyd]] || Anti-Administration || [[New York]]
|-
| [[George Gale]] || Pro-Administration || Maryland
|-
| [[Jonathan Grout]] || Anti-Administration || Massachusetts
|-
| [[John Hathorn]] || Anti-Administration || New York
|-
| [[Benjamin Huntington]] || Pro-Administration || Connecticut
|-
| [[James Jackson]] || Anti-Administration || [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]
|-
| [[George Mathews (Georgia)|George Mathews]] || Anti-Administration || Georgia
|-
| [[Peter Muhlenberg]] || Anti-Administration || Pennsylvania
|-
| [[James Schureman]] || Pro-Administration || New Jersey
|-
| [[Thomas Scott]] || Pro-Administration || Pennsylvania
|-
| [[Roger Sherman]] || Pro-Administration || Connecticut
|-
| [[Thomas Sinnickson (merchant)|Thomas Sinnickson]] || Pro-Administration || New Jersey
|-
| [[William Smith (Maryland)|William Smith]] || Anti-Administration || Maryland
|-
| [[Michael J. Stone]] || Anti-Administration || Maryland
|-
| [[Jeremiah Van Rensselaer]] || Anti-Administration || New York
|-
| [[Henry Wynkoop]] || Pro-Administration || Pennsylvania
|-
| June 1, 1792 || [[John Brown (Kentucky)|John Brown]] || Anti-Administration || Virginia || March 4, 1789 - June 1, 1792 (H) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1792|6|1}} || 1185
|-
| October 8, 1792 || [[Richard Henry Lee]] || Anti-Administration || Virginia || March 4, 1789 - October 8, 1792 (S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1792|10|8}} || 1314
|-
| November 30, 1792 || [[Charles Carroll of Carrollton]] || Pro-Administration || Maryland || March 4, 1789 - November 30, 1792 (S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1792|11|30}} || 1367
|-
| December 6, 1792 || [[Joshua Seney]] || Anti-Administration || Maryland || March 4, 1789 - December 6, 1792 (H) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1792|12|6}} || 1373
|-
| rowspan=13|March 4, 1793 || [[Richard Bassett]] || Anti-Administration || [[Delaware]] || rowspan=3|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1793 (S) || rowspan=13|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1793|3|4}} || rowspan=13|1461
|-
| [[William Few]] || Anti-Administration || Georgia
|-
| [[Paine Wingate]] || Anti-Administration || [[New Hampshire]]
|-
| [[Egbert Benson]] || Pro-Administration || New York || rowspan=10|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1793 (H)
|-
| [[Elbridge Gerry]] || Anti-Administration || Massachusetts
|-
| [[Daniel Huger]] || Pro-Administration || South Carolina
|-
| [[John Laurance]] || Pro-Administration || New York
|-
| [[George Leonard]] || Pro-Administration || Massachusetts
|-
| [[Peter Silvester]] || Pro-Administration || New York
|-
| [[Jonathan Sturges]] || Pro-Administration || Connecticut
|-
| [[Thomas Sumter]] || Anti-Administration || South Carolina
|-
| [[Thomas Tudor Tucker]] || Anti-Administration || South Carolina
|-
| [[Alexander White]] || Pro-Administration || Virginia
|-
| September 18, 1793 || [[George Read (U.S. statesman)|George Read]] || Pro-Administration || Delaware || March 4, 1789 - September 18, 1793 (S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1793|9|18}} || 1659
|-
| rowspan=7|March 4, 1795 || [[Ralph Izard]] || Pro-Administration || South Carolina || rowspan=2|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1795 (S) || rowspan=7|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1795|3|4}} || rowspan=7|2191
|-
| [[Robert Morris]] || Pro-Adminsitration || Pennsylvania
|-
| [[Elias Boudinot]] || Pro-Administration || New Jersey || rowspan=5|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1795 (H)
|-
| [[Thomas Fitzsimmons]] || Pro-Administration || Pennsylvania
|-
| [[Samuel Griffin]] || Pro-Administration || Virginia
|-
| [[Richard Bland Lee I]] || Pro-Administration || Virginia
|-
| [[Jeremiah Wadsworth]] || Pro-Administration || Connecticut
|-
| March 8, 1796 || [[Oliver Ellsworth]] || Pro-Administration<br/>[[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]] || Connecticut || March 4, 1789 - March 8, 1796 (S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|3|8}} || 2561
|-
| June 1, 1796 || [[Caleb Strong]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Massachusetts || March 4, 1789 - June 1, 1796 (S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|6|1}} || 2646
|-
| June 10, 1796 || [[Jonathan Trumbull, Jr.]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Connecticut || March 4, 1789 - June 10, 1796 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|6|10}} || 2655
|-
| July 1, 1796 || [[Daniel Hiester]] || Anti-Administration<br/>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]] || Pennsylvania || March 4, 1789 - July 1, 1796 (H) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|7|1}} || 2676
|-
| October 25, 1796 || [[Pierce Butler]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || South Carolina || March 4, 1789 - October 25, 1796 (S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|10|25}} || 2792
|-
| rowspan=6|March 4, 1797 || [[Fisher Ames]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Massachusetts || rowspan=6|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1797 (H) || rowspan=6|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1797|3|4}} || rowspan=6|2922
|-
| [[Nicholas Gilman]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || New Hampshire
|-
| [[James Madison]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Virginia
|-
| [[Andrew Moore]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Virginia
|-
| [[Frederick Muhlenberg]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Pennsylvania
|-
| [[John Page]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Virginia
|-
| rowspan=2|July 10, 1797 || [[John Henry]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Maryland || March 4, 1789 - July 10, 1797 (S) || rowspan=2|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1797|7|10}} || rowspan=2|3050
|-
| [[William Loughton Smith]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || South Carolina || March 4, 1789 - July 10, 1797 (H)
|-
| January 19, 1798 || [[John M. Vining]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Delaware || March 4, 1789 - January 19, 1798 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1798|1|19}} || 3243
|-
| November 8, 1800 || [[Benjamin Goodhue]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Massachusetts || March 4, 1789 - November 8, 1800 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1800|11|8}} || 4266
|-
| December 21, 1800 || [[Thomas Hartley]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Pennsylvania || March 4, 1789 - December 21, 1800 (H) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1800|12|21}} || 4309
|-
| rowspan=5|March 4, 1801 || [[James Gunn]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Federalist || Georgia || rowspan=2|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1801 (S) || rowspan=5|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1801|3|4}} || rowspan=5|4382
|-
| [[John Langdon]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || New Hampshire
|-
| [[Theodore Sedgwick]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Massachusetts || March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1801 (H,S)
|-
| [[Josiah Parker]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Federalist || Virginia || rowspan=2|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1801 (H)
|-
| [[George Thatcher]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Massachusetts
|-
| June 12, 1801 || [[Samuel Livermore]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Federalist || New Hampshire || March 4, 1789 - June 12, 1801 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1801|6|12}} || 4482
|-
| March 3, 1809 || [[Abraham Baldwin]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Georgia || March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1807 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1807|3|4}} || 6573
|-
| March 3, 1809 || November 13, 1892 || [[Nathaniel Macon]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || [[North Carolina]] || March 4, 1791 - November 14, 1828 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1791|3|4|1828|11|4}} || 13769
|-
| November 13, 1892 || December 28, 1950 || [[Justin Smith Morrill]] || [[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]]<br/>[[Republican Party (USA)|Republican]] || [[Vermont]] || March 4, 1855 - December 28, 1898 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1855|3|4|1898|12|28}} || 16005
|-
| December 28, 1950 || October 24, 1957 || [[Adolph J. Sabath]] || [[Democratic Party (USA)|Democratic]] || [[Illinois]] || March 4, 1907 - November 6, 1952 (H) || {{age in years and days|1907|3|4|1952|11|6}} || 16684
|-
| October 24, 1957 || November 18, 2009 || [[Carl Hayden]] || Democratic || [[Arizona]] || February 19, 1912 - January 3, 1969 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1912|2|19|1969|1|3}} || 20773
|-
| November 18, 2009 || June 6, 2013 || [[Robert Byrd]] || Democratic || [[West Virginia]] || January 3, 1953 - June 28, 2010 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1953|1|3|2010|6|28}} || 20995
|-
| June 6, 2013 || || [[John Dingell]] || Democratic || [[Michigan]] || December 13, 1955 - in office (H) || {{age in years and days|1955|12|13}} || {{#expr:
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|1955
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|13
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|}
 
====Senate====
 
{|class=wikitable
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Service
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| rowspan=20| March 4, 1789
| March 12, 1790
| [[William Grayson]]
| [[Anti-Administration]]
| [[Virginia]]
| March 4, 1789 - March 12, 1790
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|3|12}}
| 373
|-
| November 13, 1790
| [[William Paterson (judge)|William Paterson]]
| [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]]
| [[New Jersey]]
| March 4, 1789 - November 13, 1790
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|11|13}}
| 619
|-
| rowspan=4|March 4, 1791
| [[Tristram Dalton]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[Massachusetts]]
| rowspan=4|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1791
| rowspan=4|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1791|3|4}}
| rowspan=4|730
|-
| [[Jonathan Elmer]]
| Pro-Administration
| New Jersey
|-
| [[William Samuel Johnson]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[Connecticut]]
|-
| [[William Maclay]]
| Anti-Administration
| [[Pennsylvania]]
|-
| October 8, 1792
| [[Richard Henry Lee]]
| Anti-Administration
| Virginia
| March 4, 1789 - October 8, 1792
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1792|10|8}}
| 1314
|-
| November 30, 1792
| [[Charles Carroll of Carrollton]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[Maryland]]
| March 4, 1789 - November 30, 1792
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1792|11|30}}
| 1367
|-
| rowspan=3|March 4, 1793
| [[Richard Bassett (Delaware)|Richard Bassett]]
| Anti-Administration
| [[Delaware]]
| rowspan=3|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1793
| rowspan=3|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1793|3|4}}
| rowspan=3|1461
|-
| [[William Few]]
| Anti-Administration
| [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]
|-
| [[Paine Wingate]]
| Anti-Administration
| [[New Hampshire]]
|-
| September 18, 1793
| [[George Read (U.S. statesman)|George Read]]
| Pro-Administration
| Delaware
| March 4, 1789 - September 18, 1793
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1793|9|18}}
| 1659
|-
| rowspan=2|March 4, 1795
| [[Ralph Izard]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[South Carolina]]
| rowspan=2|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1795
| rowspan=2|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1795|3|4}}
| rowspan=2|2191
|-
| [[Robert Morris (financier)|Robert Morris]]
| Pro-Administration
| Pennsylvania
|-
| March 8, 1796
| [[Oliver Ellsworth]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>[[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]]
| Connecticut
| March 4, 1789 - March 8, 1796
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|3|8}}
| 2561
|-
| June 1, 1796
| [[Caleb Strong]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| Massachusetts
| March 4, 1789 - June 1, 1796
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|6|1}}
| 2646
|-
| October 25, 1796
| [[Pierce Butler]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]]
| South Carolina
| March 4, 1789 - October 25, 1796
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|10|25}}
| 2792
|-
| July 10, 1797
| [[John Henry (Maryland)|John Henry]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| Maryland
| March 4, 1789 - July 10, 1797
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1797|7|10}}
| 3050
|-
| rowspan=2|June 7, 1802
| [[James Gunn]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>Federalist
| Georgia
| rowspan=2|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1801
| rowspan=2|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1801|3|4}}
| rowspan=2|4382
|-
| [[John Langdon]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican
| New Hampshire
|-
| June 7, 1802
| December 7, 1808
| [[Theodore Foster]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist<br/>Democratic-Republican
| [[Rhode Island]]
| June 7, 1790 - March 4, 1803
| {{age in years and days|1790|6|7|1803|3|4}}
| 4652
|-
| December 7, 1808
| December 25, 1811
| [[James Hillhouse]]
| Federalist
| Connecticut
| March 12, 1796 - June 10, 1810
| {{age in years and days|1796|3|12|1810|6|10}}
| 5202
|-
| December 25, 1811
| May 13, 1822
| [[Joseph Anderson]]
| Democratic-Republican
| [[Tennessee]]
| September 26, 1797 - March 4, 1815
| {{age in years and days|1797|9|26|1815|3|4}}
| 6367
|-
| May 13, 1822
| March 5, 1841
| [[John Gaillard]]
| Democratic-Republican
| South Carolina
| December 6, 1804 - February 26, 1826
| {{age in years and days|1804|12|6|1826|2|26}}
| 7752
|-
| March 5, 1841
| December 11, 1845
| [[William R. King]]
| Democratic-Republican<br/>[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]
| [[Alabama]]
| December 14, 1819 - April 15, 1844
| {{age in years and days|1819|12|14|1844|4|15}}
| 8889
|-
| December 11, 1845
| September 25, 1896
| [[Thomas Hart Benton]]
| Democratic-Republican<br/>Democratic
| [[Missouri]]
| August 10, 1821 - March 4, 1851
| {{age in years and days|1821|8|10|1851|3|4}}
| 10798
|-
| September 25, 1896
| December 29, 1904
| [[Justin Smith Morrill]]
| [[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]]<br/>[[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]
| [[Vermont]]
| March 4, 1867 - December 28, 1898
| {{age in years and days|1867|3|4|1898|12|28}}
| 11622
|-
| December 29, 1904
| August 3, 1944
| [[William B. Allison]]
| Republican
| [[Iowa]]
| March 4, 1873 - August 4, 1908
| {{age in years and days|1873|3|4|1908|8|4}}
| 12936
|-
| August 3, 1944
| November 17, 1952
| [[Ellison D. Smith]]
| Democratic
| South Carolina
| March 4, 1909 - November 17, 1944
| {{age in years and days|1909|3|4|1944|11|17}}
| 13042
|-
| November 17, 1952
| January 3, 1963
| [[Kenneth McKellar]]
| Democratic
| Tennessee
| March 4, 1917 - January 3, 1953
| {{age in years and days|1917|3|4|1953|1|3}}
| 13089
|-
| January 3, 1963
| September 9, 1998
| [[Carl Hayden]]
| Democratic
| [[Arizona]]
| March 4, 1927 - January 3, 1969
| {{age in years and days|1927|3|4|1969|1|3}}
| 15281
|-
| September 9, 1998
| February 28, 2005
| [[Strom Thurmond]]
| Democratic<br/>Republican
| South Carolina
| November 7, 1956 - January 3, 2003
| {{age in years and days|1956|11|7|2003|1|3}}
| 16858
|-
| February 28, 2005
|
| [[Robert Byrd]]
| Democratic
| [[West Virginia]]
| January 3, 1959 - June 28, 2010
| {{age in years and days|1959|1|3|2010|6|28}}
| 18804
|}
 
====House====
 
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Service
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| rowspan=58|March 4, 1789
| June 1, 1790
| [[Theodorick Bland (congressman)|Theodorick Bland]]
| [[Anti-Administration]]
| [[Virginia]]
| March 4, 1789 - June 1, 1790
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|6|1}}
| 454
|-
| August 14, 1790
| [[George Partridge]]
| [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]]
| [[Massachusetts]]
| March 4, 1789 - August 14, 1790
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|8|14}}
| 528
|-
| rowspan=21|March 4, 1791
| [[Aedanus Burke]]
| Anti-Administration
| [[South Carolina]]
| rowspan=21|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1791
| rowspan=21|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1791|3|4}}
| rowspan=21|730
|-
| [[Lambert Cadwalader]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[New Jersey]]
|-
| [[Daniel Carroll]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[Maryland]]
|-
| [[George Clymer]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[Pennsylvania]]
|-
| [[Isaac Coles]]
| Anti-Administration
| Virginia
|-
| [[Benjamin Contee]]
| Anti-Administration
| Maryland
|-
| [[William Floyd]]
| Anti-Administration
| [[New York]]
|-
| [[George Gale (congressman)|George Gale]]
| Pro-Administration
| Maryland
|-
| [[Jonathan Grout]]
| Anti-Administration
| Massachusetts
|-
| [[John Hathorn]]
| Anti-Administration
| New York
|-
| [[Benjamin Huntington]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[Connecticut]]
|-
| [[James Jackson (politician)|James Jackson]]
| Anti-Administration
| Georgia
|-
| [[George Mathews (Georgia)|George Mathews]]
| Anti-Administration
| Georgia
|-
| [[Peter Muhlenberg]]
| Anti-Administration
| Pennsylvania
|-
| [[James Schureman]]
| Pro-Administration
| New Jersey
|-
| [[Thomas Scott (politician)|Thomas Scott]]
| Pro-Administration
| Pennsylvania
|-
| [[Roger Sherman]]
| Pro-Administration
| Connecticut
|-
| [[William Smith (Maryland)|William Smith]]
| Anti-Administration
| Maryland
|-
| [[Michael J. Stone]]
| Anti-Administration
| Maryland
|-
| [[Jeremiah Van Rensselaer]]
| Anti-Administration
| New York
|-
| [[Henry Wynkoop]]
| Pro-Administration
| Pennsylvania
|-
| June 1, 1792
| [[John Brown (Kentucky)|John Brown]]
| Anti-Administration
| Virginia
| March 4, 1789 - June 1, 1792
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1792|6|1}}
| 1185
|-
| December 6, 1792
| [[Joshua Seney]]
| Anti-Administration
| Maryland
| March 4, 1789 - December 6, 1792
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1792|12|6}}
| 1373
|-
| rowspan=14|March 4, 1793
| [[Egbert Benson]]
| Pro-Administration
| New York
| rowspan=14|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1793
| rowspan=14|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1793|3|4}}
| rowspan=14|1461
|-
| [[Thomas Fitzsimmons]]
| Pro-Administration
| Pennsylvania
|-
| [[Elbridge Gerry]]
| Anti-Administration
| Massachusetts
|-
| [[Daniel Huger]]
| Pro-Administration
| South Carolina
|-
| [[John Laurance]]
| Pro-Administration
| New York
|-
| [[George Leonard (Congressman)|George Leonard]]
| Pro-Administration
| Massachusetts
|-
| [[Samuel Livermore]]
| Anti-Administration
| [[New Hampshire]]
|-
| [[Peter Silvester]]
| Pro-Administration
| New York
|-
| [[Thomas Sinnickson (merchant)|Thomas Sinnickson]]
| Pro-Administration
| New Jersey
|-
| [[Jonathan Sturges]]
| Pro-Administration
| Connecticut
|-
| [[Thomas Sumter]]
| Anti-Administration
| South Carolina
|-
| [[Thomas Tudor Tucker]]
| Anti-Administration
| South Carolina
|-
| [[John M. Vining]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[Delaware]]
|-
| [[Alexander White (Virginia)|Alexander White]]
| Pro-Administration
| Virginia
|-
| rowspan=5|March 4, 1795
| [[Elias Boudinot]]
| Pro-Administration
| New Jersey
| rowspan=5|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1795
| rowspan=5|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1795|3|4}}
| rowspan=5|2191
|-
| [[Samuel Griffin]]
| Pro-Administration
| Virginia
|-
| [[Richard Bland Lee I]]
| Pro-Administration
| Virginia
|-
| [[Jonathan Trumbull, Jr.]]
| Pro-Administration
| Connecticut
|-
| [[Jeremiah Wadsworth]]
| Pro-Administration
| Connecticut
|-
| rowspan=2|June 11, 1796
| [[Benjamin Goodhue]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>[[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]]
| Massachusetts
| rowspan=2|March 4, 1789 - June 11, 1796
| rowspan=2|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|6|11}}
| rowspan=2|2656
|-
| [[Theodore Sedgwick]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| Massachusetts
|-
| July 1, 1796
| [[Daniel Hiester]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]]
| Pennsylvania
| March 4, 1789 - July 1, 1796
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|7|1}}
| 2676
|-
| rowspan=6|March 4, 1797
| [[Fisher Ames]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| Massachusetts
| rowspan=6|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1797
| rowspan=6|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1797|3|4}}
| rowspan=6|2922
|-
| [[Nicholas Gilman]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| New Hampshire
|-
| [[James Madison]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican
| Virginia
|-
| [[Andrew Moore (politician)|Andrew Moore]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican
| Virginia
|-
| [[Frederick Muhlenberg]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican
| Pennsylvania
|-
| [[John Page (Virginia politician)|John Page]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican
| Virginia
|-
| July 10, 1797
| [[William Loughton Smith]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| South Carolina
| March 4, 1789 - July 10, 1797
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1797|7|10}}
| 3050
|-
| March 4, 1799
| [[Abraham Baldwin]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican
| [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]
| March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1799
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1799|3|4}}
| 3652
|-
| December 21, 1800
| [[Thomas Hartley]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| Pennsylvania
| March 4, 1789 - December 21, 1800
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1800|12|21}}
| 4309
|-
| rowspan=2|March 4, 1803
| [[Josiah Parker]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>Federalist
| Virginia
| rowspan=2|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1801
| rowspan=2|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1801|3|4}}
| rowspan=2|4382
|-
| [[George Thatcher]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| Massachusetts
|-
| March 4, 1803
| December 12, 1825
| [[Nathaniel Macon]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican
| [[North Carolina]]
| March 4, 1791 - December 13, 1815
| {{age in years and days|1791|3|4|1815|12|13}}
| 9049
|-
| December 12, 1825
| March 9, 1908
| [[Thomas Newton, Jr.]]
| Democratic-Republican
| Virginia
| March 4, 1801 - March 9, 1830
| {{age in years and days|1801|3|4|1830|3|9}}
| 10597
|-
| March 9, 1908
| March 21, 1940
| [[Henry H. Bingham]]
| [[Republican Party (USA)|Republican]]
| Pennsylvania
| March 4, 1879 - March 22, 1912
| {{age in years and days|1879|3|4|1912|3|22}}
| 12071
|-
| March 21, 1940
| October 24, 1957
| [[Adolph J. Sabath]]
| [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]
| [[Illinois]]
| March 4, 1907 - November 6, 1952
| {{age in years and days|1907|3|4|1952|11|6}}
| 16684
|-
| October 24, 1957
| July 18, 1963
| [[Sam Rayburn]]
| Democratic
| [[Texas]]
| March 4, 1913 - November 16, 1961
| {{age in years and days|1913|3|4|1961|11|16}}
| 17789
|-
| July 18, 1963
| January 5, 1992
| [[Carl Vinson]]
| Democratic
| Georgia
| November 3, 1914 - January 3, 1965
| {{age in years and days|1914|11|3|1965|1|3}}
| 18324
|-
| January 5, 1992
| February 10, 2009
| [[Jamie L. Whitten]]
| Democratic
| [[Mississippi]]
| November 4, 1941 - January 3, 1995
| {{age in years and days|1941|11|4|1995|1|3}}
| 19418
|-
| February 10, 2009
|
| [[John Dingell]]
| Democratic
| [[Michigan]]
| December 13, 1955 -
| {{age in years and days|1955|12|13}}
| {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
}}
-{{JULIANDAY
|1955
|12
|13
}}
}}
|}
 
====Governor====
 
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Service
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| October 1, 1769
| March 11, 1792
| [[Jonathan Trumbull]]
| [[Non-partisan]]
| [[Connecticut]]
| October 1, 1769 - May 13, 1784
| {{age in years and days|1769|10|1|1784|5|13}}
| 5338
|-
| March 11, 1792
|
| [[George Clinton (vice president)|George Clinton]]
| [[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]]
| [[New York]]
| July 30, 1777 - June 30, 1795
| {{age in years and days|1777|7|30|1795|6|30}}
| 6544
|}
 
===Interrupted time===
 
====House and Senate====
 
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date !! End Date !! Name !! Party !! State !! Service !! Years and days !! Days
|-
| rowspan=78|March 4, 1789 || March 12, 1790 || [[William Grayson]] || [[Anti-Administration]] || [[Virginia]] || March 4, 1789 - March 12, 1790 (S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|3|12}} || 373
|-
| June 1, 1790 || [[Theodorick Bland]] || Anti-Administration || Virginia || March 4, 1789 - June 1, 1790 (H) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|6|1}} || 454
|-
| August 14, 1790 || [[George Partridge]] || [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]] || [[Massachusetts]] || March 4, 1789 - August 14, 1790 (H) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|8|14}} || 528
|-
| November 13, 1790 || [[William Paterson]] || Pro-Administration || [[New Jersey]] || March 4, 1789 - November 13, 1790 (S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|11|13}} || 619
|-
| rowspan=26|March 4, 1791 || [[Tristram Dalton]] || Pro-Administration || Massachusetts || rowspan=4|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1791 (S) || rowspan=26|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1791|3|4}} || rowspan=26|730
|-
| [[Jonathan Elmer]] || Pro-Administration || New Jersey
|-
| [[William Samuel Johnson]] || Pro-Administration || [[Connecticut]]
|-
| [[William Maclay]] || Anti-Administration || [[Pennsylvania]]
|-
| [[Aedanus Burke]] || Anti-Administration || [[South Carolina]] || rowspan=22|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1791 (H)
|-
| [[Lambert Cadwalader]] || Pro-Administration || New Jersey
|-
| [[Daniel Carroll]] || Pro-Administration || [[Maryland]]
|-
| [[George Clymer]] || Pro-Administration || Pennsylvania
|-
| [[Isaac Coles]] || Anti-Administration || Virginia
|-
| [[Benjamin Contee]] || Anti-Administration || Maryland
|-
| [[William Floyd]] || Anti-Administration || [[New York]]
|-
| [[George Gale]] || Pro-Administration || Maryland
|-
| [[Jonathan Grout]] || Anti-Administration || Massachusetts
|-
| [[John Hathorn]] || Anti-Administration || New York
|-
| [[Benjamin Huntington]] || Pro-Administration || Connecticut
|-
| [[James Jackson]] || Anti-Administration || [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]
|-
| [[George Mathews (Georgia)|George Mathews]] || Anti-Administration || Georgia
|-
| [[Peter Muhlenberg]] || Anti-Administration || Pennsylvania
|-
| [[James Schureman]] || Pro-Administration || New Jersey
|-
| [[Thomas Scott]] || Pro-Administration || Pennsylvania
|-
| [[Roger Sherman]] || Pro-Administration || Connecticut
|-
| [[Thomas Sinnickson (merchant)|Thomas Sinnickson]] || Pro-Administration || New Jersey
|-
| [[William Smith (Maryland)|William Smith]] || Anti-Administration || Maryland
|-
| [[Michael J. Stone]] || Anti-Administration || Maryland
|-
| [[Jeremiah Van Rensselaer]] || Anti-Administration || New York
|-
| [[Henry Wynkoop]] || Pro-Administration || Pennsylvania
|-
| June 1, 1792 || [[John Brown (Kentucky)|John Brown]] || Anti-Administration || Virginia || March 4, 1789 - June 1, 1792 (H) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1792|6|1}} || 1185
|-
| October 8, 1792 || [[Richard Henry Lee]] || Anti-Administration || Virginia || March 4, 1789 - October 8, 1792 (S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1792|10|8}} || 1314
|-
| November 30, 1792 || [[Charles Carroll of Carrollton]] || Pro-Administration || Maryland || March 4, 1789 - November 30, 1792 (S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1792|11|30}} || 1367
|-
| December 6, 1792 || [[Joshua Seney]] || Anti-Administration || Maryland || March 4, 1789 - December 6, 1792 (H) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1792|12|6}} || 1373
|-
| rowspan=13|March 4, 1793 || [[Richard Bassett]] || Anti-Administration || [[Delaware]] || rowspan=3|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1793 (S) || rowspan=13|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1793|3|4}} || rowspan=13|1461
|-
| [[William Few]] || Anti-Administration || Georgia
|-
| [[Paine Wingate]] || Anti-Administration || [[New Hampshire]]
|-
| [[Egbert Benson]] || Pro-Administration || New York || rowspan=10|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1793 (H)
|-
| [[Elbridge Gerry]] || Anti-Administration || Massachusetts
|-
| [[Daniel Huger]] || Pro-Administration || South Carolina
|-
| [[John Laurance]] || Pro-Administration || New York
|-
| [[George Leonard]] || Pro-Administration || Massachusetts
|-
| [[Peter Silvester]] || Pro-Administration || New York
|-
| [[Jonathan Sturges]] || Pro-Administration || Connecticut
|-
| [[Thomas Sumter]] || Anti-Administration || South Carolina
|-
| [[Thomas Tudor Tucker]] || Anti-Administration || South Carolina
|-
| [[Alexander White]] || Pro-Administration || Virginia
|-
| September 18, 1793 || [[George Read (U.S. statesman)|George Read]] || Pro-Administration || Delaware || March 4, 1789 - September 18, 1793 (S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1793|9|18}} || 1659
|-
| rowspan=7|March 4, 1795 || [[Ralph Izard]] || Pro-Administration || South Carolina || rowspan=2|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1795 (S) || rowspan=7|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1795|3|4}} || rowspan=7|2191
|-
| [[Robert Morris]] || Pro-Adminsitration || Pennsylvania
|-
| [[Elias Boudinot]] || Pro-Administration || New Jersey || rowspan=5|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1795 (H)
|-
| [[Thomas Fitzsimmons]] || Pro-Administration || Pennsylvania
|-
| [[Samuel Griffin]] || Pro-Administration || Virginia
|-
| [[Richard Bland Lee I]] || Pro-Administration || Virginia
|-
| [[Jeremiah Wadsworth]] || Pro-Administration || Connecticut
|-
| March 8, 1796 || [[Oliver Ellsworth]] || Pro-Administration<br/>[[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]] || Connecticut || March 4, 1789 - March 8, 1796 (S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|3|8}} || 2561
|-
| June 1, 1796 || [[Caleb Strong]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Massachusetts || March 4, 1789 - June 1, 1796 (S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|6|1}} || 2646
|-
| June 10, 1796 || [[Jonathan Trumbull, Jr.]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Connecticut || March 4, 1789 - June 10, 1796 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|6|10}} || 2655
|-
| July 1, 1796 || [[Daniel Hiester]] || Anti-Administration<br/>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]] || Pennsylvania || March 4, 1789 - July 1, 1796 (H) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|7|1}} || 2676
|-
| October 25, 1796 || [[Pierce Butler]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || South Carolina || March 4, 1789 - October 25, 1796 (S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|10|25}} || 2792
|-
| rowspan=6|March 4, 1797 || [[Fisher Ames]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Massachusetts || rowspan=6|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1797 (H) || rowspan=6|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1797|3|4}} || rowspan=6|2922
|-
| [[Nicholas Gilman]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || New Hampshire
|-
| [[James Madison]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Virginia
|-
| [[Andrew Moore]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Virginia
|-
| [[Frederick Muhlenberg]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Pennsylvania
|-
| [[John Page]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Virginia
|-
| rowspan=2|July 10, 1797 || [[John Henry]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Maryland || March 4, 1789 - July 10, 1797 (S) || rowspan=2|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1797|7|10}} || rowspan=2|3050
|-
| [[William Loughton Smith]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || South Carolina || March 4, 1789 - July 10, 1797 (H)
|-
| January 19, 1798 || [[John M. Vining]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Delaware || March 4, 1789 - January 19, 1798 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1798|1|19}} || 3243
|-
| November 8, 1800 || [[Benjamin Goodhue]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Massachusetts || March 4, 1789 - November 8, 1800 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1800|11|8}} || 4266
|-
| December 21, 1800 || [[Thomas Hartley]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Pennsylvania || March 4, 1789 - December 21, 1800 (H) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1800|12|21}} || 4309
|-
| rowspan=5|March 4, 1801 || [[James Gunn]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Federalist || Georgia || rowspan=2|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1801 (S) || rowspan=5|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1801|3|4}} || rowspan=5|4382
|-
| [[John Langdon]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || New Hampshire
|-
| [[Theodore Sedgwick]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Massachusetts || March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1801 (H,S)
|-
| [[Josiah Parker]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Federalist || Virginia || rowspan=2|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1801 (H)
|-
| [[George Thatcher]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Massachusetts
|-
| June 12, 1801 || [[Samuel Livermore]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Federalist || New Hampshire || March 4, 1789 - June 12, 1801 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1801|6|12}} || 4482
|-
| March 3, 1809 || [[Abraham Baldwin]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Georgia || March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1807 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1807|3|4}} || 6573
|-
| March 3, 1809 || October 15, 1831 || [[Nathaniel Macon]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || [[North Carolina]] || March 4, 1791 - November 14, 1828 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1791|3|4|1828|11|4}} || 13769
|-
| October 15, 1831 || April 4, 1894 || [[Samuel Smith (Maryland)|Samuel Smith]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Maryland || March 4, 1793 - March 4, 1815 <br/> January 31, 1816 - March 4, 1833 (H,S) || 39 years, 32 days || 14276
|-
| April 4, 1894 || December 31, 1920 || [[Justin Smith Morrill]] || [[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]]<br/>[[Republican Party (USA)|Republican]] || [[Vermont]] || March 4, 1855 - December 28, 1898 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1855|3|4|1898|12|28}} || 16005
|-
| December 31, 1920 || February 17, 1958 || [[Joseph G. Cannon]] || Republican || [[Illinois]] || March 4, 1873 - March 4, 1891 <br/> March 4, 1893 - March 4, 1913 <br/> March 4, 1915 - March 4, 1923 (H) || 46 years, 0 days || 16800
|-
| February 17, 1958 || November 18, 2009 || [[Carl Hayden]] || Democratic || [[Arizona]] || February 19, 1912 - January 3, 1969 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1912|2|19|1969|1|3}} || 20773
|-
| November 18, 2009 || June 6, 2013 || [[Robert Byrd]] || Democratic || [[West Virginia]] || January 3, 1953 - June 28, 2010 (H,S) || {{age in years and days|1953|1|3|2010|6|28}} || 20995
|-
| June 6, 2013 || || [[John Dingell]] || Democratic || [[Michigan]] || December 13, 1955 - in office (H) || {{age in years and days|1955|12|13}} || {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
}}
-{{JULIANDAY
|1955
|12
|13
}}
}}
|}
 
====Senate====
 
{|class=wikitable
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Service
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| rowspan=20| March 4, 1789
| March 12, 1790
| [[William Grayson]]
| [[Anti-Administration]]
| [[Virginia]]
| March 4, 1789 - March 12, 1790
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|3|12}}
| 373
|-
| November 13, 1790
| [[William Paterson (judge)|William Paterson]]
| [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]]
| [[New Jersey]]
| March 4, 1789 - November 13, 1790
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|11|13}}
| 619
|-
| rowspan=4|March 4, 1791
| [[Tristram Dalton]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[Massachusetts]]
| rowspan=4|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1791
| rowspan=4|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1791|3|4}}
| rowspan=4|730
|-
| [[Jonathan Elmer]]
| Pro-Administration
| New Jersey
|-
| [[William Samuel Johnson]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[Connecticut]]
|-
| [[William Maclay]]
| Anti-Administration
| [[Pennsylvania]]
|-
| October 8, 1792
| [[Richard Henry Lee]]
| Anti-Administration
| Virginia
| March 4, 1789 - October 8, 1792
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1792|10|8}}
| 1314
|-
| November 30, 1792
| [[Charles Carroll of Carrollton]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[Maryland]]
| March 4, 1789 - November 30, 1792
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1792|11|30}}
| 1367
|-
| rowspan=3|March 4, 1793
| [[Richard Bassett (Delaware)|Richard Bassett]]
| Anti-Administration
| [[Delaware]]
| rowspan=3|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1793
| rowspan=3|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1793|3|4}}
| rowspan=3|1461
|-
| [[William Few]]
| Anti-Administration
| [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]
|-
| [[Paine Wingate]]
| Anti-Administration
| [[New Hampshire]]
|-
| September 18, 1793
| [[George Read (U.S. statesman)|George Read]]
| Pro-Administration
| Delaware
| March 4, 1789 - September 18, 1793
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1793|9|18}}
| 1659
|-
| rowspan=2|March 4, 1795
| [[Ralph Izard]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[South Carolina]]
| rowspan=2|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1795
| rowspan=2|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1795|3|4}}
| rowspan=2|2191
|-
| [[Robert Morris (financier)|Robert Morris]]
| Pro-Administration
| Pennsylvania
|-
| March 8, 1796
| [[Oliver Ellsworth]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>[[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]]
| Connecticut
| March 4, 1789 - March 8, 1796
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|3|8}}
| 2561
|-
| June 1, 1796
| [[Caleb Strong]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| Massachusetts
| March 4, 1789 - June 1, 1796
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|6|1}}
| 2646
|-
| October 25, 1796
| [[Pierce Butler]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| South Carolina
| March 4, 1789 - October 25, 1796
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|10|25}}
| 2792
|-
| July 10, 1797
| [[John Henry (Maryland)|John Henry]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| Maryland
| March 4, 1789 - July 10, 1797
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1797|7|10}}
| 3050
|-
| rowspan=2|June 7, 1802
| [[James Gunn]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>Federalist
| Georgia
| rowspan=2|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1801
| rowspan=2|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1801|3|4}}
| rowspan=2|4382
|-
| [[John Langdon]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Anti-Administration<br/>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]]
| New Hampshire
|-
| June 7, 1802
| December 7, 1808
| [[Theodore Foster]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist<br/>Democratic-Republican
| [[Rhode Island]]
| June 7, 1790 - March 4, 1803
| {{age in years and days|1790|6|7|1803|3|4}}
| 4652
|-
| December 7, 1808
| December 25, 1811
| [[James Hillhouse]]
| Federalist
| Connecticut
| March 12, 1796 - June 10, 1810
| {{age in years and days|1796|3|12|1810|6|10}}
| 5202
|-
| December 25, 1811
| May 13, 1822
| [[Joseph Anderson]]
| Democratic-Republican
| [[Tennessee]]
| September 26, 1797 - March 4, 1815
| {{age in years and days|1797|9|26|1815|3|4}}
| 6367
|-
| May 13, 1822
| March 8, 1832
| [[John Gaillard]]
| Democratic-Republican
| South Carolina
| December 6, 1804 - February 26, 1826
| {{age in years and days|1804|12|6|1826|2|26}}
| 7752
|-
| March 8, 1832
| March 2, 1842
| [[Samuel Smith (Maryland)|Samuel Smith]]
| Democratic-Republican
| [[Maryland]]
| March 4, 1803 - March 4, 1815<br/>December 16, 1822 - March 4, 1833
| 22 years, 78 days
| 8114
|-
| March 2, 1842
| December 11, 1845
| [[William R. King]]
| Democratic-Republican<br/>[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]
| [[Alabama]]
| December 14, 1819 - April 15, 1844<ref>Also in charge from July 1, 1848 to December 20, 1852</ref>
| {{age in years and days|1819|12|14|1844|4|15}}
| 8889
|-
| December 11, 1845
| October 9, 1894
| [[Thomas Hart Benton]]
| Democratic-Republican<br/>Democratic
| [[Missouri]]
| August 10, 1821 - March 4, 1851
| {{age in years and days|1821|8|10|1851|3|4}}
| 10798
|-
| October 9, 1894
| February 20, 1905
| [[John Sherman (politician)|John Sherman]]
| [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]
| [[Ohio]]
| March 21, 1861 - March 8, 1877<br/>March 4, 1881 - March 4, 1897
| 31 years, 352 days
| 11675
|-
| February 20, 1905
| April 20, 1928
| [[William B. Allison]]
| Republican
| [[Iowa]]
| March 4, 1873 - August 4, 1908
| {{age in years and days|1873|3|4|1908|8|4}}
| 12936
|-
| April 20, 1928
| March 9, 1964
| [[Francis E. Warren]]
| Republican
| [[Wyoming]]
| November 18, 1890 - March 4, 1893<br/>March 4, 1895 - November 24, 1929
| 37 years, 6 days
| 13520
|-
| March 9, 1964
| May 30, 1997
| [[Carl Hayden]]
| Democratic
| [[Arizona]]
| March 4, 1927 - January 3, 1969
| {{age in years and days|1927|3|4|1969|1|3}}
| 15281
|-
| May 30, 1997
| June 10, 2006
| [[Strom Thurmond]]
| Democratic<br/>Republican
| South Carolina
| December 24, 1954 - April 4, 1956<br />November 7, 1956 - January 3, 2003
| 47 years, 159 days
| 17325
|-
| June 10, 2006
|
| [[Robert Byrd]]
| Democratic
| [[West Virginia]]
| January 3, 1959 - June 28, 2010
| {{age in years and days|1959|1|3|2010|6|28}}
| 18804
|}
 
====House====
 
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Service
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| rowspan=58|March 4, 1789
| June 1, 1790
| [[Theodorick Bland (congressman)|Theodorick Bland]]
| [[Anti-Administration]]
| [[Virginia]]
| March 4, 1789 - June 1, 1790
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|6|1}}
| 454
|-
| August 14, 1790
| [[George Partridge]]
| [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]]
| [[Massachusetts]]
| March 4, 1789 - August 14, 1790
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|8|14}}
| 528
|-
| rowspan=21|March 4, 1791
| [[Aedanus Burke]]
| Anti-Administration
| [[South Carolina]]
| rowspan=21|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1791
| rowspan=21|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1791|3|4}}
| rowspan=21|730
|-
| [[Lambert Cadwalader]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[New Jersey]]
|-
| [[Daniel Carroll]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[Maryland]]
|-
| [[George Clymer]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[Pennsylvania]]
|-
| [[Isaac Coles]]
| Anti-Administration
| Virginia
|-
| [[Benjamin Contee]]
| Anti-Administration
| Maryland
|-
| [[William Floyd]]
| Anti-Administration
| [[New York]]
|-
| [[George Gale (congressman)|George Gale]]
| Pro-Administration
| Maryland
|-
| [[Jonathan Grout]]
| Anti-Administration
| Massachusetts
|-
| [[John Hathorn]]
| Anti-Administration
| New York
|-
| [[Benjamin Huntington]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[Connecticut]]
|-
| [[James Jackson (politician)|James Jackson]]
| Anti-Administration
| Georgia
|-
| [[George Mathews (Georgia)|George Mathews]]
| Anti-Administration
| Georgia
|-
| [[Peter Muhlenberg]]
| Anti-Administration
| Pennsylvania
|-
| [[James Schureman]]
| Pro-Administration
| New Jersey
|-
| [[Thomas Scott (politician)|Thomas Scott]]
| Pro-Administration
| Pennsylvania
|-
| [[Roger Sherman]]
| Pro-Administration
| Connecticut
|-
| [[William Smith (Maryland)|William Smith]]
| Anti-Administration
| Maryland
|-
| [[Michael J. Stone]]
| Anti-Administration
| Maryland
|-
| [[Jeremiah Van Rensselaer]]
| Anti-Administration
| New York
|-
| [[Henry Wynkoop]]
| Pro-Administration
| Pennsylvania
|-
| June 1, 1792
| [[John Brown (Kentucky)|John Brown]]
| Anti-Administration
| Virginia
| March 4, 1789 - June 1, 1792
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1792|6|1}}
| 1185
|-
| December 6, 1792
| [[Joshua Seney]]
| Anti-Administration
| Maryland
| March 4, 1789 - December 6, 1792
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1792|12|6}}
| 1373
|-
| rowspan=14|March 4, 1793
| [[Egbert Benson]]
| Pro-Administration
| New York
| rowspan=14|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1793
| rowspan=14|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1793|3|4}}
| rowspan=14|1461
|-
| [[Thomas Fitzsimmons]]
| Pro-Administration
| Pennsylvania
|-
| [[Elbridge Gerry]]
| Anti-Administration
| Massachusetts
|-
| [[Daniel Huger]]
| Pro-Administration
| South Carolina
|-
| [[John Laurance]]
| Pro-Administration
| New York
|-
| [[George Leonard (Congressman)|George Leonard]]
| Pro-Administration
| Massachusetts
|-
| [[Samuel Livermore]]
| Anti-Administration
| [[New Hampshire]]
|-
| [[Peter Silvester]]
| Pro-Administration
| New York
|-
| [[Thomas Sinnickson (merchant)|Thomas Sinnickson]]
| Pro-Administration
| New Jersey
|-
| [[Jonathan Sturges]]
| Pro-Administration
| Connecticut
|-
| [[Thomas Sumter]]
| Anti-Administration
| South Carolina
|-
| [[Thomas Tudor Tucker]]
| Anti-Administration
| South Carolina
|-
| [[John M. Vining]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[Delaware]]
|-
| [[Alexander White (Virginia)|Alexander White]]
| Pro-Administration
| Virginia
|-
| rowspan=5|March 4, 1795
| [[Elias Boudinot]]
| Pro-Administration
| New Jersey
| rowspan=5|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1795
| rowspan=5|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1795|3|4}}
| rowspan=5|2191
|-
| [[Samuel Griffin]]
| Pro-Administration
| Virginia
|-
| [[Richard Bland Lee I]]
| Pro-Administration
| Virginia
|-
| [[Jonathan Trumbull, Jr.]]
| Pro-Administration
| Connecticut
|-
| [[Jeremiah Wadsworth]]
| Pro-Administration
| Connecticut
|-
| rowspan=2|June 11, 1796
| [[Benjamin Goodhue]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>[[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]]
| Massachusetts
| rowspan=2|March 4, 1789 - June 11, 1796
| rowspan=2|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|6|11}}
| rowspan=2|2656
|-
| [[Theodore Sedgwick]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| Massachusetts
|-
| July 1, 1796
| [[Daniel Hiester]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]]
| Pennsylvania
| March 4, 1789 - July 1, 1796
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|7|1}}
| 2676
|-
| rowspan=6|March 4, 1797
| [[Fisher Ames]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| Massachusetts
| rowspan=6|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1797
| rowspan=6|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1797|3|4}}
| rowspan=6|2922
|-
| [[Nicholas Gilman]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| New Hampshire
|-
| [[James Madison]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican
| Virginia
|-
| [[Andrew Moore (politician)|Andrew Moore]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican
| Virginia
|-
| [[Frederick Muhlenberg]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican
| Pennsylvania
|-
| [[John Page (Virginia politician)|John Page]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican
| Virginia
|-
| July 10, 1797
| [[William Loughton Smith]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| South Carolina
| March 4, 1789 - July 10, 1797
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1797|7|10}}
| 3050
|-
| March 4, 1799
| [[Abraham Baldwin]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican
| [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]
| March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1799
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1799|3|4}}
| 3652
|-
| December 21, 1800
| [[Thomas Hartley]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican
| Pennsylvania
| March 4, 1789 - December 21, 1800
| {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1800|12|21}}
| 4309
|-
| rowspan=2|March 4, 1803
| [[Josiah Parker]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>Federalist
| Virginia
| rowspan=2|March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1801
| rowspan=2|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1801|3|4}}
| rowspan=2|4382
|-
| [[George Thatcher]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| Massachusetts
|-
| March 4, 1803
| December 12, 1825
| [[Nathaniel Macon]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican
| [[North Carolina]]
| March 4, 1791 - December 13, 1815
| {{age in years and days|1791|3|4|1815|12|13}}
| 9049
|-
| December 12, 1825
| March 12, 1904
| [[Thomas Newton, Jr.]]
| Democratic-Republican
| Virginia
| March 4, 1801 - March 9, 1830<br/>March 4, 1831 - March 4, 1833
| 31 years, 5 days
| 11328
|-
| March 12, 1904
| November 5, 1908
| [[John H. Ketcham]]
| [[Republican Party (USA)|Republican]]
| New York
| March 4, 1865 - March 4, 1873<br/>March 4, 1877 - March 4, 1893<br/>March 4, 1897 - November 4, 1906
| 33 years, 245 days
| 12297
|-
| November 5, 1908
| March 3, 1959
| [[Joseph G. Cannon]]
| Republican
| [[Illinois]]
| March 4, 1873 - March 4, 1891 <br/> March 4, 1893 - March 4, 1913 <br/> March 4, 1915 - March 4, 1923
| 46 years, 0 days
| 16800
|-
| March 3, 1959
| July 18, 1963
| [[Sam Rayburn]]
| [[Democratic Party (USA)|Democratic]]
| [[Texas]]
| March 4, 1913 - November 16, 1961
| {{age in years and days|1913|3|4|1961|11|16}}
| 17789
|-
| July 18, 1963
| January 5, 1992
| [[Carl Vinson]]
| Democratic
| Georgia
| November 3, 1914 - January 3, 1965
| {{age in years and days|1914|11|3|1965|1|3}}
| 18324
|-
| January 5, 1992
| February 10, 2009
| [[Jamie L. Whitten]]
| Democratic
| [[Mississippi]]
| November 4, 1941 - January 3, 1995
| {{age in years and days|1941|11|4|1995|1|3}}
| 19418
|-
| February 10, 2009
|
| [[John Dingell]]
| Democratic
| [[Michigan]]
| December 13, 1955 -
| {{age in years and days|1955|12|13}}
| | {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
}}
-{{JULIANDAY
|1955
|12
|13
}}
}}
|}
 
====Governor====
 
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Service
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| October 1, 1769
| March 11, 1792
| [[Jonathan Trumbull]]
| [[Non-partisan]]
| [[Connecticut]]
| October 1, 1769 - May 13, 1784
| {{age in years and days|1769|10|1|1784|5|13}}
| 5338
|-
| March 11, 1792
|
| [[George Clinton (vice president)|George Clinton]]
| [[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]]
| [[New York]]
| July 30, 1777 - June 30, 1795<br/>July 1, 1801 - June 30, 1804
| 20 years, 334 days
| 7639
|}
 
===List of longest-serving women===
 
====House and Senate====
 
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Service
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| March 4, 1917
| rowspan=2 | January 22, 1925
| [[Jeannette Rankin]]
| [[Republican Party (USA)|Republican]]
| [[Montana]]
| March 4, 1917 - March 4, 1919<ref name="rankin">Also in charge from January 3, 1941 to January 3, 1943</ref> (H)
| rowspan=2|{{age in years and days|1917|3|4|1919|3|4}}
| rowspan=2|730
|-
| March 4, 1923
| [[Alice Mary Robertson]]
| Republican
| [[Oklahoma]]
| March 4, 1921 - March 4, 1923 (H)
|-
| January 22, 1925
| March 30, 1927
| [[Mae Nolan]]
| Republican
| [[California]]
| January 23, 1923 - March 4, 1925 (H)
| {{age in years and days|1923|1|23|1925|3|4}}
| 771
|-
| March 30, 1927
| January 18, 1937
| [[Florence Prag Kahn]]
| Republican
| California
| February 17, 1925 - January 3, 1937 (H)
| {{age in years and days|1925|2|17|1937|1|3}}
| 4338
|-
| January 18, 1937
| May 1, 1951
| [[Mary Teresa Norton]]
| [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]
| [[New Jersey]]
| March 4, 1925 - January 3, 1951 (H)
| {{age in years and days|1925|3|4|1951|1|3}}
| 9436
|-
| May 1, 1951
| March 16, 2012
| [[Edith Rogers]]
| Republican
| [[Massachusetts]]
| June 30, 1925 - September 10, 1960 (H)
| {{age in years and days|1925|6|30|1960|9|10}}
| 12856
|-
| March 16, 2012
|
| [[Barbara Mikulski]]
| Democratic
| [[Maryland]]
| January 3, 1977 - (H,S)
| {{age in years and days|1977|1|3}}
| | {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
}}
-{{JULIANDAY
|1977
|1
|3
}}
}}
 
|}
 
====Senate====
{|class=wikitable
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Service
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| October 3, 1922
| January 2, 1932
| [[Rebecca Latimer Felton]]
| [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]
| [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]
| October 3, 1922 - November 22, 1922
| {{age in years and days|1922|10|3|1922|11|22}}
| 50
|-
| January 2, 1932
| February 24, 1962
| [[Hattie Caraway]]
| Democratic
| [[Arkansas]]
| November 13, 1931 - January 3, 1945
| {{age in years and days|1931|11|13|1945|1|3}}
| 4800
|-
| February 24, 1962
| January 3, 2011
| [[Margaret Chase Smith]]
| [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]
| [[Maine]]
| January 3, 1949 - January 3, 1973
| {{age in years and days|1949|1|3|1973|1|3}}
| 8766
|-
| January 3, 2011
|
| [[Barbara Mikulski]]
| Democratic
| [[Maryland]]
| January 3, 1987 -
| {{age in years and days|1987|1|3}}
| {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
}}
-{{JULIANDAY
|1987
|01
|03
}}
}}
|}
 
====House====
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Service
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| March 4, 1917
| rowspan=2 | January 22, 1925
| [[Jeannette Rankin]]
| [[Republican Party (USA)|Republican]]
| [[Montana]]
| March 4, 1917 - March 4, 1919<ref name="rankin"></ref>
| rowspan=2|{{age in years and days|1917|3|4|1919|3|4}}
| rowspan=2|730
|-
| March 4, 1923
| [[Alice Mary Robertson]]
| Republican
| [[Oklahoma]]
| March 4, 1921 - March 4, 1923
|-
| January 22, 1925
| March 30, 1927
| [[Mae Nolan]]
| Republican
| [[California]]
| January 23, 1923 - March 4, 1925
| {{age in years and days|1923|1|23|1925|3|4}}
| 771
|-
| March 30, 1927
| January 18, 1937
| [[Florence Prag Kahn]]
| Republican
| California
| February 17, 1925 - January 3, 1937
| {{age in years and days|1925|2|17|1937|1|3}}
| 4338
|-
| January 18, 1937
| May 1, 1951
| [[Mary Teresa Norton]]
| [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]
| [[New Jersey]]
| March 4, 1925 - January 3, 1951
| {{age in years and days|1925|3|4|1951|1|3}}
| 9436
|-
| May 1, 1951
|
| [[Edith Rogers]]
| Republican
| [[Massachusetts]]
| June 30, 1925 - September 10, 1960
| {{age in years and days|1925|6|30|1960|9|10}}
| 12856
|}
 
====Governor====
 
=====Uninterrupted time=====
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Service
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| January 3, 1927
| rowspan=2 | January 5, 1977
| [[Nellie Tayloe Ross]]
| [[Democratic Party (USA)|Democratic]]
| [[Wyoming]]
| January 5, 1925 - January 3, 1927
| rowspan=2|{{age in years and days|1925|1|5|1927|1|3}}
| rowspan=2|728
|-
| January 15, 1935
| [[Miriam A. Ferguson]]
| Democratic
| [[Texas]]
| January 17, 1933 - January 15, 1935
|-
| January 5, 1977
| January 3, 1991
| [[Ella T. Grasso]]
| Democratic
| [[Connecticut]]
| January 8, 1975 - December 31, 1980
| {{age in years and days|1975|1|8|1980|12|31}}
| 2184
|-
| January 3, 1991
| January 18, 2000
| [[Madeleine M. Kunin]]
| Democratic
| [[Vermont]]
| January 10, 1985 - January 10, 1991
| {{age in years and days|1985|1|10|1991|1|10}}
| 2191
|-
| January 18, 2000
| January 17, 2008
| [[Christine Todd Whitman]]
| [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]
| [[New Jersey]]
| January 18, 1994 - January 31, 2001
| {{age in years and days|1994|1|18|2001|1|31}}
| 2570
|-
| January 17, 2008
|
| [[Ruth Ann Minner]]
| Democratic
| [[Delaware]]
| January 3, 2001 - January 20, 2009
| {{age in years and days|2001|1|3|2009|1|20}}
| 2939
|}
 
=====Interrupted time=====
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Service
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| January 3, 1927
| January 18, 1933
| [[Nellie Tayloe Ross]]
| [[Democratic Party (USA)|Democratic]]
| [[Wyoming]]
| January 5, 1925 - January 3, 1927
| {{age in years and days|1925|1|5|1927|1|3}}
| 728
|-
| January 18, 1933
| January 2, 1979
| [[Miriam A. Ferguson]]
| Democratic
| [[Texas]]
| January 20, 1925 - January 17, 1927<br/>January 17, 1933 - January 15, 1935
| 3 years, 360 days
| 1455
|-
| January 2, 1979
| January 3, 1991
| [[Ella T. Grasso]]
| Democratic
| [[Connecticut]]
| January 8, 1975 - December 31, 1980
| {{age in years and days|1975|1|8|1980|12|31}}
| 2184
|-
| January 3, 1991
| January 18, 2000
| [[Madeleine M. Kunin]]
| Democratic
| [[Vermont]]
| January 10, 1985 - January 10, 1991
| {{age in years and days|1985|1|10|1991|1|10}}
| 2191
|-
| January 18, 2000
| January 17, 2008
| [[Christine Todd Whitman]]
| [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]
| [[New Jersey]]
| January 18, 1994 - January 31, 2001
| {{age in years and days|1994|1|18|2001|1|31}}
| 2570
|-
| January 17, 2008
|
| [[Ruth Ann Minner]]
| Democratic
| [[Delaware]]
| January 3, 2001 - January 20, 2009
| {{age in years and days|2001|1|3|2009|1|20}}
| 2939
|}
 
==List of longest-living==
 
===Senate===
 
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Lifespan
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| March 4, 1789
| June 13, 1791<ref name="oldercolleague">Older colleague was inaugurated.</ref>
| [[William Samuel Johnson]]
| [[Pro-Administration Party|Pro-Administration]]
| [[Connecticut]]
| October 7, 1727 - November 14, 1819
| {{age in years and days|1727|10|7|1791|6|13}}<ref name="lossofrecord">Calculated at the day of loss of record.</ref>
| 23260
|-
| June 13, 1791
| January 10, 1800
| [[Roger Sherman]]
| Pro-Administration
| Connecticut
| April 19, 1721 - July 23, 1793
| {{age in years and days|1721|4|19|1793|7|23}}
| 26393
|-
| January 10, 1800
| September 21, 1826
| William Samuel Johnson
| Pro-Administration
| Connecticut
| October 7, 1727 - November 14, 1819
| {{age in years and days|1727|10|7|1819|11|14}}
| 33640
|-
| September 21, 1826
| March 1, 1837
| [[Thomas Sumter]]
| [[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]]
| [[South Carolina]]
| August 14, 1734 - June 1, 1832
| {{age in years and days|1734|8|14|1832|6|1}}
| 35720
|-
| March 1, 1837
| July 8, 1906
| [[Paine Wingate]]
| [[Anti-Administration]]
| [[New Hampshire]]
| May 14, 1739 - March 7, 1838
| {{age in years and days|1739|5|14|1838|3|7}}
| 36091
|-
| July 8, 1906
| October 10, 1921
| [[Daniel Jewett]]
| [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]
| [[Missouri]]
| September 14, 1807 - October 7, 1906
| {{age in years and days|1807|9|14|1906|10|7}}
| 36182
|-
| October 10, 1921
|
| [[Cornelius Cole]]
| Republican
| [[California]]
| September 17, 1822 - November 3, 1924
| {{age in years and days|1822|9|17|1924|11|3}}
| 37302
|}
 
====Women====
 
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Lifespan
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| October 3, 1922
| May 20, 1985
| [[Rebecca Latimer Felton]]
| [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]
| [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]
| June 10, 1835 - January 24, 1930
| {{age in years and days|1835|6|10|1930|1|24}}
| 34561
|-
| May 20, 1985
|
| [[Gladys Pyle]]
| [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]
| [[South Dakota]]
| October 4, 1890 - March 14, 1989
| {{age in years and days|1890|10|4|1989|3|14}}
| 35955
|}
 
===House===
 
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Lifespan
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| March 4, 1789
| March 1, 1800
| [[Roger Sherman]]
| [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]]
| [[Connecticut]]
| April 19, 1721 - July 23, 1793
| {{age in years and days|1721|4|19|1793|7|23}}
| 26393
|-
| March 1, 1800
| March 15, 1801
| [[Artemas Ward]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[Massachusetts]]
| November 26, 1727 - October 28, 1800
| {{age in years and days|1727|11|26|1800|10|28}}
| 26634
|-
| March 15, 1801
| June 18, 1815
| [[William Smith (Maryland)|William Smith]]
| [[Anti-Administration Party (United States)|Anti-Administration]]
| [[Maryland]]
| April 12, 1728 - March 27, 1814
| {{age in years and days|1728|4|12|1814|3|27}}
| 31394
|-
| June 18, 1815
| September 4, 1824
| [[George Leonard (Congressman)|George Leonard]]
| Pro-Administration
| Massachusetts
| July 4, 1729 - July 26, 1819
| {{age in years and days|1729|7|4|1819|7|26}}
| 32893
|-
| September 4, 1824
| March 1, 1837
| [[Thomas Sumter]]
| [[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]]
| [[South Carolina]]
| August 14, 1734 - June 1, 1832
| {{age in years and days|1734|8|14|1832|6|1}}
| 35720
|-
| March 1, 1837
| July 11, 1921
| [[Paine Wingate]]
| Anti-Administration
| [[New Hampshire]]
| May 14, 1739 - March 7, 1838
| {{age in years and days|1739|5|14|1838|3|7}}
| 36091
|-
| July 11, 1921
| October 1, 1972
| [[Cornelius Cole]]
| [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]
| [[California]]
| September 17, 1822 - November 3, 1924
| {{age in years and days|1822|9|17|1924|11|3}}
| 37302
|-
| October 1, 1972
| July 20, 1988
| [[Maurice Thatcher]]
| Republican
| [[Kentucky]]
| August 15, 1870 - January 6, 1973
| {{age in years and days|1870|8|15|1973|1|6}}
| 37399
|-
| July 20, 1988
|
| [[Elizabeth Hawley Gasque]]
| [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]
| South Carolina
| February 26, 1886 - November 2, 1989
| {{age in years and days|1886|2|26|1989|11|2}}
| 37869
|}
 
====Women====
 
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Lifespan
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| March 4, 1917
| March 4, 1921<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Jeannette Rankin]]
| [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]
| [[Montana]]
| June 11, 1880 - May 18, 1973
| {{age in years and days|1880|6|11|1921|3|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 14875
|-
| March 4, 1921
| May 7, 1944
| [[Alice Mary Robertson]]
| Republican
| [[California]]
| January 2, 1854 - July 1, 1931
| {{age in years and days|1854|1|2|1931|7|1}}
| 28303
|-
| May 7, 1944
| March 14, 1957
| [[Florence Prag Kahn]]
| Republican
| California
| November 9, 1866 - November 16, 1948
| {{age in years and days|1866|11|9|1948|11|16}}
| 29957
|-
| March 14, 1957
| April 29, 1961
| [[Mary Teresa Norton]]
| [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]
| [[New Jersey]]
| March 7, 1875 – August 2, 1959
| {{age in years and days|1875|3|7|1959|8|2}}
| 30828
|-
| April 29, 1961
| January 2, 1963
| [[Pearl Peden Oldfield]]
| Democratic
| [[Arkansas]]
| December 2, 1876 – April 12, 1962
| {{age in years and days|1876|12|2|1962|4|12}}
| 31176
|-
| January 2, 1963
| November 5, 1965
| [[Ruth Baker Pratt]]
| Republican
| [[New York]]
| August 24, 1877 – August 23, 1965
| {{age in years and days|1877|8|24|1965|8|23}}
| 32140
|-
| November 5, 1965
| May 1, 1983
| [[Virginia Jenckes]]
| Democratic
| [[Indiana]]
| November 6, 1877 - January 9, 1975
| {{age in years and days|1877|11|6|1975|1|9}}
| 35492
|-
| May 1, 1983
|
| [[Elizabeth Hawley Gasque]]
| Democratic
| [[South Carolina]]
| February 26, 1886 – November 2, 1989
| {{age in years and days|1886|2|26|1989|11|2}}
| 37869
|}
 
====Men====
 
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Lifespan
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| March 4, 1789
| March 1, 1800
| [[Roger Sherman]]
| [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]]
| [[Connecticut]]
| April 19, 1721 - July 23, 1793
| {{age in years and days|1721|4|19|1793|7|23}}
| 26393
|-
| March 1, 1800
| March 15, 1801
| [[Artemas Ward]]
| Pro-Administration
| [[Massachusetts]]
| November 26, 1727 - October 28, 1800
| {{age in years and days|1727|11|26|1800|10|28}}
| 26634
|-
| March 15, 1801
| June 18, 1815
| [[William Smith (Maryland)|William Smith]]
| [[Anti-Administration Party (United States)|Anti-Administration]]
| [[Maryland]]
| April 12, 1728 - March 27, 1814
| {{age in years and days|1728|4|12|1814|3|27}}
| 31394
|-
| June 18, 1815
| September 4, 1824
| [[George Leonard (Congressman)|George Leonard]]
| Pro-Administration
| Massachusetts
| July 4, 1729 - July 26, 1819
| {{age in years and days|1729|7|4|1819|7|26}}
| 32893
|-
| September 4, 1824
| March 1, 1837
| [[Thomas Sumter]]
| [[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]]
| [[South Carolina]]
| August 14, 1734 - June 1, 1832
| {{age in years and days|1734|8|14|1832|6|1}}
| 35720
|-
| March 1, 1837
| July 11, 1921
| [[Paine Wingate]]
| Anti-Administration
| [[New Hampshire]]
| May 14, 1739 - March 7, 1838
| {{age in years and days|1739|5|14|1838|3|7}}
| 36091
|-
| July 11, 1921
| October 1, 1972
| [[Cornelius Cole]]
| [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]
| [[California]]
| September 17, 1822 - November 3, 1924
| {{age in years and days|1822|9|17|1924|11|3}}
| 37302
|-
| October 1, 1972
|
| [[Maurice Thatcher]]
| Republican
| [[Kentucky]]
| August 15, 1870 - January 6, 1973
| {{age in years and days|1870|8|15|1973|1|6}}
| 37399
|}
 
 
===Governor===
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Lifespan
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| December 7, 1787
| December 12, 1787<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Thomas Collins]]
| [[Non-partisan]]
| [[Delaware]]
| 1732 - March 29, 1789
| 55 years, 160 days ca.<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 20250 ca.
|-
| December 12, 1787
| June 23, 1809
| [[Benjamin Franklin]]
| Non-partisan
| [[Pennsylvania]]
| January 17, 1706 - April 17, 1790
| {{age in years and days|1706|1|17|1790|4|17}}
| 30771
|-
| June 23, 1809
| September 7, 1842
| [[Samuel Ashe]]
| [[Anti-Administration]]
| [[North Carolina]]
| March 24, 1725 - February 13, 1813
| {{age in years and days|1725|3|24|1813|2|13}}
| 32102
|-
| September 7, 1842
| December 15, 1848
| [[Morgan Lewis]]
| [[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]]
| [[New York]]
| October 16, 1754 - April 7, 1844
| {{age in years and days|1754|10|16|1844|4|7}}
| 32680
|-
| December 15, 1848
| April 20, 1860
| [[William Plumer]]
| Democratic-Republican
| [[New Hampshire]]
| June 25, 1759 - December 22, 1850
| {{age in years and days|1759|6|25|1850|12|22}}
| 33417
|-
| April 20, 1860
| November 4, 1890
| [[Joshua Hall]]
| [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]
| [[Maine]]
| October 22, 1768 - December 25, 1862
| {{age in years and days|1768|10|22|1862|12|25}}
| 34396
|-
| November 4, 1890
| December 18, 1936
| [[Nathaniel Berry]]
| [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]
| New Hampshire
| September 1, 1796 - April 27, 1894
| {{age in years and days|1796|9|1|1894|4|27}}
| 35666
|-
| December 18, 1936
| June 5, 1977
| [[Roswell Colcord]]
| Republican
| [[Nevada]]
| April 25, 1839 - October 30, 1939
| {{age in years and days|1839|4|25|1939|10|30}}
| 36712
|-
| June 5, 1977
| September 30, 2000
| [[Nellie Tayloe Ross]]
| Democratic
| [[Wyoming]]
| November 29, 1876 - December 12, 1977
| {{age in years and days|1876|11|29|1977|12|12}}
| 36909
|-
| September 30, 2000
| March 17, 2011
| [[Jimmie Davis]]
| Democratic
| [[Louisiana]]
| September 11, 1899 - November 5, 2000
| {{age in years and days|1899|9|11|2000|11|5}}
| 36945
|-
| March 17, 2011
|
| [[Albert Rosellini]]
| Democratic
| [[Washington]]
| January 21, 1910 - October 10, 2011
| {{age in years and days|1910|1|21|2011|10|10}}
| 37152
|}
 
====Women====
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Lifespan
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| January 5, 1925
| January 20, 1925<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Nellie Tayloe Ross]]
| [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]
| [[Wyoming]]
| November 29, 1876 - December 12, 1977
| {{age in years and days|1876|11|29|1925|1|20}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 17583
|-
| January 20, 1925
| December 12, 1962
| [[Miriam Ferguson]]
| Democratic
| [[Texas]]
| June 13, 1875 - June 25, 1961
| {{age in years and days|1875|6|13|1961|6|25}}
| 31423
|-
| December 12, 1962
|
| Nellie Tayloe Ross
| Democratic
| Wyoming
| November 29, 1876 - December 12, 1977
| {{age in years and days|1876|11|29|1977|12|12}}
| 36909
|}
 
====Men====
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date
! End Date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Lifespan
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| December 7, 1787
| December 12, 1787<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Thomas Collins]]
| [[Non-partisan]]
| [[Delaware]]
| 1732 - March 29, 1789
| 55 years, 160 days ca.<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 20250 ca.
|-
| December 12, 1787
| June 23, 1809
| [[Benjamin Franklin]]
| Non-partisan
| [[Pennsylvania]]
| January 17, 1706 - April 17, 1790
| {{age in years and days|1706|1|17|1790|4|17}}
| 30771
|-
| June 23, 1809
| September 7, 1842
| [[Samuel Ashe]]
| [[Anti-Administration]]
| [[North Carolina]]
| March 24, 1725 - February 13, 1813
| {{age in years and days|1725|3|24|1813|2|13}}
| 32102
|-
| September 7, 1842
| December 15, 1848
| [[Morgan Lewis]]
| [[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]]
| [[New York]]
| October 16, 1754 - April 7, 1844
| {{age in years and days|1754|10|16|1844|4|7}}
| 32680
|-
| December 15, 1848
| April 20, 1860
| [[William Plumer]]
| Democratic-Republican
| [[New Hampshire]]
| June 25, 1759 - December 22, 1850
| {{age in years and days|1759|6|25|1850|12|22}}
| 33417
|-
| April 20, 1860
| November 4, 1890
| [[Joshua Hall]]
| [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]
| [[Maine]]
| October 22, 1768 - December 25, 1862
| {{age in years and days|1768|10|22|1862|12|25}}
| 34396
|-
| November 4, 1890
| December 18, 1936
| [[Nathaniel Berry]]
| [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]
| New Hampshire
| September 1, 1796 - April 27, 1894
| {{age in years and days|1796|9|1|1894|4|27}}
| 35666
|-
| December 18, 1936
| March 17, 2000
| [[Roswell Colcord]]
| Republican
| [[Nevada]]
| April 25, 1839 - October 30, 1939
| {{age in years and days|1839|4|25|1939|10|30}}
| 36712
|-
| March 17, 2000
| March 17, 2011
| [[Jimmie Davis]]
| Democratic
| [[Louisiana]]
| September 11, 1899 - November 5, 2000
| {{age in years and days|1899|9|11|2000|11|5}}
| 36945
|-
| March 17, 2011
|
| [[Albert Rosellini]]
| Democratic
| [[Washington]]
| January 21, 1910 - October 10, 2011
| {{age in years and days|1910|1|21|2011|10|10}}
| 37152
|}
 
==List of oldest serving==
 
===Senate===
 
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin date
! End date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Date of birth
! Service
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| March 4, 1789
| March 4, 1791
| [[William Samuel Johnson]]
| [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]]
| [[Connecticut]]
| October 7, 1727
| March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1791
| {{age in years and days|1727|10|7|1791|3|4}}
| 23159
|-
| March 4, 1791
| June 13, 1791<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Richard Henry Lee]]
| [[Anti-Administration]]
| [[Virginia]]
| January 20, 1732
| March 4, 1789 - October 8, 1792
| {{age in years and days|1732|1|20|1791|6|13}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 21694
|-
| June 13, 1791
| July 23, 1793
| [[Roger Sherman]]
| Pro-Administration
| Connecticut
| April 19, 1721
| June 13, 1791 - July 23, 1793
| {{age in years and days|1721|4|19|1793|7|23}}
| 26302
|-
| July 23, 1793
| October 1797
| [[William Bradford (Rhode Island)|William Bradford]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>[[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]]
| [[Rhode Island]]
| November 4, 1729
| March 4, 1793 - October 1797
| 67 years, 340 days ca.
| 24800 ca.
|-
| October 1797
| June 12, 1801
| [[Samuel Livermore]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| [[New Hampshire]]
| May 14, 1732
| March 4, 1793 - June 12, 1801
| {{age in years and days|1732|5|14|1801|6|12}}
| 25230
|-
| June 12, 1801
| June 17, 1801<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[William Hindman]]
| Federalist
| [[Maryland]]
| April 1, 1743
| December 12, 1800 - November 19, 1801
| {{age in years and days|1743|4|1|1801|6|17}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 21261
|-
| June 17, 1801
| December 15, 1801<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Simeon Olcott]]
| Federalist
| New Hampshire
| October 1, 1735
| June 17, 1801 - March 4, 1805
| {{age in years and days|1732|1|20|1791|6|13}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 27468
|-
| December 15, 1801
| December 16, 1810
| [[Thomas Sumter]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]]
| [[South Carolina]]
| August 14, 1734
| December 15, 1801 - December 16, 1810
| {{age in years and days|1734|8|14|1810|12|16}}
| 27882
|-
| December 16, 1810
| March 4, 1811
| [[Timothy Pickering]]
| Federalist
| [[Massachusetts]]
| July 17, 1745
| March 4, 1803 - March 4, 1811
| {{age in years and days|1745|7|17|1811|3|4}}
| 23970
|-
| March 4, 1811
| March 4, 1815
| [[John Lambert (politician)|John Lambert]]
| Democratic-Republican
| [[New Jersey]]
| February 24, 1746
| March 4, 1809 - March 4, 1815
| {{age in years and days|1746|2|24|1815|3|4}}
| 25209
|-
| March 4, 1815
| March 4, 1817
| [[Joseph Bradley Varnum]]
| Democratic-Republican
| Massachusetts
| January 29, 1751
| June 29, 1811 - March 4, 1817
| {{age in years and days|1751|1|29|1817|3|4}}
| 24140
|-
| March 4, 1817
| March 4, 1821
| [[Isaac Tichenor]]
| Federalist
| [[Vermont]]
| February 8, 1754
| October 18, 1796 - October 17, 1797<br/>March 4, 1814 - March 4, 1821
| {{age in years and days|1754|2|8|1821|3|4}}
| 24495
|-
| March 4, 1821
| December 17, 1822<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Rufus King]]
| Federalist
| [[New York]]
| March 24, 1755
| July 25, 1789 - May 23, 1796<br/>March 4, 1813 - March 4, 1825
| {{age in years and days|1755|3|24|1822|12|17}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 24739
|-
| December 17, 1822
| March 4, 1833
| [[Samuel Smith (Maryland)|Samuel Smith]]
| Democratic-Republican<br/>[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]
| Maryland
| July 27, 1752
| March 4, 1803 - March 4, 1815<br/>December 17, 1822 - March 4, 1833
| {{age in years and days|1752|7|27|1833|3|4}}
| 29439
|-
| March 4, 1833
| March 4, 1839
| [[Asher Robbins]]
| [[National Republican Party (United States)|National Republican]]<br/>[[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]]
| Rhode Island
| October 26, 1761
| October 31, 1825 - March 4, 1839
| {{age in years and days|1761|10|26|1839|3|4}}
| 28252
|-
| March 4, 1839
| April 23, 1842<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Benjamin Tappan]]
| Democratic
| [[Ohio]]
| May 25, 1773
| March 4, 1839 - March 4, 1845
| {{age in years and days|1773|5|25|1842|4|23}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 25169
|-
| April 23, 1842
| March 4, 1843
| [[Samuel C. Crafts]]
| Whig
| Vermont
| October 6, 1768
| April 23, 1842 - March 4, 1843
| {{age in years and days|1768|10|6|1843|3|4}}
| 27174
|-
| March 4, 1843
| March 4, 1845
| [[Benjamin Tappan]]
| Democratic
| [[Ohio]]
| May 25, 1773
| March 4, 1839 - March 4, 1845
| {{age in years and days|1773|5|25|1845|3|4}}
| 26215
|-
| March 4, 1845
| March 4, 1847
| [[Thomas Clayton]]
| Whig
| [[Delaware]]
| July 1777
| January 8, 1824 - March 4, 1827<br/>January 9, 1837 - March 4, 1847
| 69 years, 230 days ca.
| 25430 ca.
|-
| March 4, 1847
| June 23, 1848<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[John M. Berrien]]
| Whig
| [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]
| August 23, 1781
| March 4, 1841 - May 28, 1852
| {{age in years and days|1781|8|23|1848|6|23}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 24410
|-
| June 23, 1848
| March 4, 1849
| [[Thomas Metcalfe (Kentucky)|Thomas Metcalfe]]
| Whig
| [[Kentucky]]
| March 20, 1780
| June 23, 1848 - March 4, 1849
| {{age in years and days|1780|3|20|1849|3|4}}
| 25185
|-
| March 4, 1849
| June 29, 1852
| [[Henry Clay]]
| Democratic-Republican<br/>Whig
| Kentucky
| April 12, 1777
| December 29, 1806 - March 4, 1807<br/>January 4, 1810 - March 4, 1811<br/>November 10, 1831 - March 31, 1842<br/>March 4, 1849 - June 29, 1852
| {{age in years and days|1777|4|12|1852|6|29}}
| 27471
|-
| June 29, 1852
| March 4, 1857
| [[Lewis Cass]]
| Democratic
| [[Michigan]]
| October 9, 1782
| March 4, 1845 - May 29, 1848<br/>March 4, 1849 - March 4, 1857
| {{age in years and days|1782|10|9|1857|3|4}}
| 27174
|-
| March 4, 1857
| March 4, 1859
| [[Philip Allen (politician)|Philip Allen]]
| Democratic
| Rhode Island
| September 1, 1785
| July 20, 1853 - March 4, 1859
| {{age in years and days|1785|9|1|1859|3|4}}
| 26846
|-
| March 4, 1859
| March 4, 1861
| [[John J. Crittenden]]
| Democratic-Republican<br/>National Republican<br/>Whig<br/>[[Know-Nothing|American]]<br/>[[Constitutional Union Party (United States)|Constitutional Union]]<br/>[[Unionist Party (United States)|Unionist Party]]
| Kentucky
| September 10, 1787
| March 4, 1817 - March 4, 1819<br/>March 4, 1835 - March 4, 1841<br/>March 31, 1842 - June 12, 1848<br/>March 4, 1855 - March 4, 1861
| {{age in years and days|1787|9|10|1861|3|4}}
| 26838
|-
| March 4, 1861
| November 9, 1865
| [[Jacob Collamer]]
| Whig<br/>[[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]
| Vermont
| January 8, 1791
| March 4, 1855 - November 9, 1865
| {{age in years and days|1791|1|8|1865|11|9}}
| 27333
|-
| November 9, 1865
| February 7, 1868
| [[James Guthrie (Kentucky)|James Guthrie]]
| Democratic
| Kentucky
| December 5, 1792
| March 4, 1865 - February 7, 1868
| {{age in years and days|1792|12|5|1868|2|7}}
| 27456
|-
| February 7, 1868
| July 10, 1868
| [[Reverdy Johnson]]
| Democratic
| Maryland
| May 21, 1796
| March 4, 1863 - July 10, 1868
| {{age in years and days|1796|5|21|1868|7|10}}
| 26347
|-
| July 10, 1868
| March 12, 1877
| [[Simon Cameron]]
| Democratic<br/>Republican
| [[Pennsylvania]]
| March 8, 1799
| March 13, 1845 - March 4, 1849<br/>March 4, 1857 - March 4, 1861<br/>March 4, 1867 - March 12, 1877
| {{age in years and days|1799|3|8|1877|3|12}}
| 28493
|-
| March 12, 1877
| March 4, 1881
| [[Hannibal Hamlin]]
| Democratic<br/>Republican
| [[Maine]]
| August 27, 1809
| June 8, 1848 - January 7, 1857<br/>March 4, 1857 - January 17, 1861<br/>March 4, 1869 - March 4, 1881
| {{age in years and days|1809|8|27|1881|3|4}}
| 26122
|-
| March 4, 1881
| December 28, 1898
| [[Justin Smith Morrill]]
| Republican
| Vermont
| April 14, 1810
| March 4, 1867 - December 28, 1898
| {{age in years and days|1810|4|14|1898|12|28}}
| 32400
|-
| December 28, 1898
| July 27, 1907
| [[Edmund Pettus]]
| Democratic
| [[Alabama]]
| July 6, 1821
| March 4, 1897 - July 27, 1907
| {{age in years and days|1821|7|6|1907|7|27}}
| 31431
|-
| July 27, 1907
| March 17, 1908
| [[William Pinkney Whyte]]
| Democratic
| Maryland
| August 9, 1824
| July 13, 1868 - March 4, 1869<br/>March 4, 1875 - March 4, 1881<br/>June 8, 1906 - March 17, 1908
| {{age in years and days|1824|8|9|1908|3|17}}
| 30535
|-
| March 17, 1908
| March 24, 1908<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[William B. Allison]]
| Republican
| [[Iowa]]
| March 2, 1829
| March 4, 1873 - August 4, 1908
| {{age in years and days|1829|3|2|1908|3|24}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 28876
|-
| March 24, 1908
| October 21, 1908
| [[John Wolcott Stewart]]
| Republican
| Vermont
| November 24, 1825
| March 24, 1908 - October 21, 1908
| {{age in years and days|1825|11|24|1908|10|21}}
| 30281
|-
| October 21, 1908
| March 4, 1915
| [[Isaac Stephenson]]
| Republican
| [[Wisconsin]]
| June 18, 1829
| May 17, 1907 - March 4, 1915
| {{age in years and days|1829|6|18|1915|3|4}}
| 31304
|-
| March 4, 1915
| August 17, 1918
| [[Jacob Harold Gallinger]]
| Republican
| New Hampshire
| March 28, 1837
| March 4, 1891 - August 17, 1918
| {{age in years and days|1837|3|28|1918|8|17}}
| 29726
|-
| August 17, 1918
| March 4, 1919
| [[David Baird (New Jersey)|David Baird]]
| Republican
| [[New Jersey]]
| April 7, 1839
| February 23, 1918 - March 4, 1919
| {{age in years and days|1839|4|7|1919|3|4}}
| 29185
|-
| March 4, 1919
| March 1, 1920
| [[John H. Bankhead]]
| Democratic
| Alabama
| September 13, 1842
| June 18, 1907 - March 1, 1920
| {{age in years and days|1842|9|13|1920|3|1}}
| 28293
|-
| March 1, 1920
| October 3, 1922<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Carroll S. Page]]
| Republican
| Vermont
| January 10, 1843
| October 21, 1908 - March 4, 1923
| {{age in years and days|1843|1|10|1922|10|3}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 29120
|-
| October 3, 1922
| November 22, 1922
| [[Rebecca Latimer Felton]]
| Democratic
| Georgia
| June 10, 1835
| October 3, 1922 - November 22, 1922
| {{age in years and days|1835|6|10|1922|11|22}}
| 31941
|-
| November 22, 1922
| March 4, 1923
| Carroll S. Page
| Republican
| Vermont
| January 10, 1843
| October 21, 1908 - March 4, 1923
| {{age in years and days|1843|1|10|1923|3|4}}
| 29272
|-
| March 4, 1923
| April 28, 1923
| [[Knute Nelson]]
| Republican
| [[Minnesota]]
| February 2, 1843
| March 4, 1895 - April 28, 1923
| {{age in years and days|1843|2|2|1923|4|28}}
| 29304
|-
| April 28, 1923
| July 12, 1923
| [[William P. Dillingham]]
| Republican
| Vermont
| December 12, 1843
| October 18, 1900 - July 12, 1923
| {{age in years and days|1843|12|12|1923|7|12}}
| 29066
|-
| July 12, 1923
| November 24, 1929
| [[Francis E. Warren]]
| Republican
| [[Wyoming]]
| June 20, 1844
| November 24, 1890 - March 4, 1893<br/>March 4, 1895 - November 24, 1929
| {{age in years and days|1844|6|20|1929|11|24}}
| 31202
|-
| November 24, 1929
| March 4, 1931
| [[Frederick H. Gillett]]
| Republican
| Massachusetts
| October 16, 1851
| March 4, 1925 - March 4, 1931
| {{age in years and days|1851|10|16|1931|3|4}}
| 28993
|-
| March 4, 1931
| May 24, 1933<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[John B. Kendrick]]
| Democratic
| Wyoming
| September 6, 1857
| March 4, 1917 - November 3, 1933
| {{age in years and days|1857|9|6|1933|5|24}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 27653
|-
| May 24, 1933
| November 6, 1934
| [[William Henry Thompson]]
| Democratic
| [[Nebraska]]
| December 14, 1853
| May 24, 1933 - November 6, 1934
| {{age in years and days|1853|12|14|1934|11|6}}
| 29546
|-
| November 6, 1934
| April 21, 1941<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Carter Glass]]
| Democratic
| Virginia
| January 4, 1858
| February 20, 1920 - May 28, 1946
| {{age in years and days|1858|1|4|1941|4|21}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 30422
|-
| April 21, 1941
| June 26, 1941
| [[Andrew Jackson Houston]]
| Democratic
| [[Texas]]
| June 21, 1854
| April 21, 1841 - June 26, 1941
| {{age in years and days|1854|6|21|1941|6|26}}
| 31781
|-
| June 26, 1941
| May 28, 1946
| Carter Glass
| Democratic
| Virginia
| January 4, 1858
| February 20, 1920 - May 28, 1946
| {{age in years and days|1858|1|4|1946|5|28}}
| 32285
|-
| May 28, 1946
| January 3, 1949
| [[Arthur Capper]]
| Republican
| [[Kansas]]
| July 14, 1865
| March 4, 1919 - January 3, 1949
| {{age in years and days|1865|7|14|1949|1|3}}
| 30488
|-
| January 3, 1949
| January 3, 1961
| [[Theodore F. Green]]
| Democratic
| Rhode Island
| October 2, 1867
| January 3, 1937 - January 3, 1961
| {{age in years and days|1867|10|2|1961|1|3}}
| 34061
|-
| January 3, 1961
| January 3, 1969
| [[Carl Hayden]]
| Democratic
| [[Arizona]]
| October 2, 1877
| March 4, 1927 - January 3, 1969
| {{age in years and days|1877|10|2|1969|1|3}}
| 33330
|-
| January 3, 1969
| January 3, 1971
| [[Stephen M. Young]]
| Democratic
| Ohio
| May 4, 1889
| January 3, 1959 - January 3, 1971
| {{age in years and days|1889|5|4|1971|1|3}}
| 29828
|-
| January 3, 1971
| July 27, 1972
| [[Allen J. Ellender]]
| Democratic
| [[Louisiana]]
| September 24, 1890
| January 3, 1937 - July 27, 1972
| {{age in years and days|1890|9|24|1972|7|27}}
| 29891
|-
| July 27, 1972
| January 3, 1975
| [[George Aiken]]
| Republican
| Vermont
| August 20, 1892
| January 10, 1941 - January 3, 1975
| {{age in years and days|1892|8|20|1975|1|3}}
| 30085
|-
| January 3, 1975
| November 28, 1977
| [[John Little McClellan]]
| Democratic
| [[Arkansas]]
| February 25, 1896
| January 3, 1943 - November 28, 1977
| {{age in years and days|1896|2|25|1977|11|28}}
| 29861
|-
| November 28, 1977
| January 3, 1981
| [[Milton Young]]
| Republican
| [[North Dakota]]
| December 6, 1897
| March 12, 1945 - January 3, 1981
| {{age in years and days|1897|12|6|1981|1|3}}
| 30343
|-
| January 3, 1981
| January 3, 1989
| [[John C. Stennis]]
| Democratic
| [[Mississippi]]
| August 3, 1901
| November 5, 1947 - January 3, 1989
| {{age in years and days|1901|8|3|1989|1|3}}
| 31930
|-
| January 3, 1989
| January 3, 2003
| [[Strom Thurmond]]
| Democratic<br/>Republican
| South Carolina
| December 5, 1902
| December 24, 1954 - April 4, 1956<br/>November 7, 1956 - January 3, 2003
| {{age in years and days|1902|12|5|2003|1|3}}
| 36554
|-
| January 3, 2003
| June 28, 2010
| [[Robert Byrd]]
| Democratic
| [[West Virginia]]
| November 20, 1917
| January 3, 1959 - June 28, 2010
| {{age in years and days|1917|11|20|2010|6|28}}
| 33823
|-
| June 28, 2010
| June 3, 2013
| [[Frank Lautenberg]]
| Democratic
| New Jersey
| January 23, 1924
| December 27, 1982 - January 3, 2001<br/>January 3, 2003 - June 3, 2013
| {{age in years and days|1924|1|23|2013|6|3}}
| 32639
|-
| June 3, 2013
|
| [[Dianne Feinstein]]
| Democratic
| [[California]]
| June 22, 1933
| November 4, 1992 - in office
| {{age in years and days|1933|6|22}}
| {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
}}
-{{JULIANDAY
|1933
|6
|22
}}
}}
|}
 
====Women====
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin date
! End date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Date of birth
! Service
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| October 3, 1922
| November 22, 1922
| [[Rebecca Latimer Felton]]
| [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]
| [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]
| June 10, 1835
| October 3, 1922 - November 22, 1922
| {{age in years and days|1835|6|10|1922|11|22}}
| 31941
|-
| November 22, 1922
| December 9, 1931
| <i>none</i>
|
|
|
|
|
|
|-
| December 9, 1931
| January 3, 1945
| [[Hattie Caraway]]
| Democratic
| [[Arkansas]]
| February 1, 1878
| December 9, 1931 - January 3, 1945
| {{age in years and days|1878|2|1|1945|1|3}}
| 24442
|-
| January 3, 1945
| October 6, 1948
| <i>none</i>
|
|
|
|
|
|
|-
| October 6, 1948
| December 26, 1948
| [[Vera C. Bushfield]]
| [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]
| [[South Dakota]]
| August 9, 1889
| October 6, 1948 - December 26, 1948
| {{age in years and days|1889|8|9|1948|12|26}}
| 21688
|-
| December 26, 1948
| January 3, 1949
| <i>none</i>
|
|
|
|
|
|
|-
| January 3, 1949
| April 16, 1954<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Margaret Chase Smith]]
| Republican
| [[Maine]]
| December 14, 1897
| January 3, 1949 - January 3, 1973
| {{age in years and days|1897|12|14|1954|4|16}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 20576
|-
| April 16, 1954
| November 8, 1954
| [[Eva Bowring]]
| Republican
| [[Nebraska]]
| January 9, 1892
| April 16, 1954 - November 8, 1954
| {{age in years and days|1892|1|9|1954|11|8}}
| 22948
|-
| November 8, 1954
| December 31, 1954
| [[Hazel Abel]]
| Republican
| Nebraska
| July 10, 1888
| November 8, 1954 - December 31, 1954
| {{age in years and days|1888|7|10|1954|12|31}}
| 24279
|-
| December 31, 1954
| January 3, 1973
| Margaret Chase Smith
| Republican
| Maine
| December 14, 1897
| January 3, 1949 - January 3, 1973
| {{age in years and days|1897|12|14|1973|1|3}}
| 27413
|-
| January 3, 1973
| January 25, 1978
| <i>none</i>
|
|
|
|
|
|
|-
| January 25, 1978
| November 7, 1978
| [[Muriel Humphrey Brown]]
| Democratic
| [[Minnesota]]
| February 20, 1912
| January 25, 1978 - November 7, 1978
| {{age in years and days|1912|2|20|1978|11|7}}
| 24367
|-
| November 7, 1978
| December 23, 1978
| <i>none</i>
|
|
|
|
|
|
|-
| December 23, 1978
| January 1, 1981<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Nancy Landon Kassebaum]]
| Republican
| [[Kansas]]
| July 29, 1932
| December 23, 1978 - January 3, 1997
| {{age in years and days|1932|7|29|1981|1|1}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 17698
|-
| January 1, 1981
| January 3, 1987
| [[Paula Hawkins]]
| Republican
| [[Florida]]
| January 24, 1927
| January 1, 1981 - January 3, 1987
| {{age in years and days|1927|1|24|1987|1|3}}
| 21894
|-
| January 3, 1987
| September 16, 1992<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| Nancy Landon Kassebaum
| Republican
| Kansas
| July 29, 1932
| December 23, 1978 - January 3, 1997
| {{age in years and days|1932|7|29|1992|9|16}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 21964
|-
| September 16, 1992
| December 14, 1992
| [[Jocelyn Burdick]]
| Democratic
| [[North Dakota]]
| February 6, 1922
| September 16, 1992 - December 14, 1992
| {{age in years and days|1922|2|6|1992|12|14}}
| 25879
|-
| December 14, 1992
| January 3, 1997
| Nancy Landon Kassebaum
| Republican
| Kansas
| July 29, 1932
| December 23, 1978 - January 3, 1997
| {{age in years and days|1932|7|29|1997|1|3}}
| 23534
|-
| January 3, 1997
|
| [[Dianne Feinstein]]
| Democratic
| [[California]]
| June 22, 1933
| November 10, 1992 -
| {{age in years and days|1933|6|22}}
| {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
}}
-{{JULIANDAY
|1933
|6
|22
}}
}}
|}
 
====Men====
 
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin date
! End date
! Name
! Party
! State
! Date of birth
! Service
! Years and days
! Days
|-
| March 4, 1789
| March 4, 1791
| [[William Samuel Johnson]]
| [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]]
| [[Connecticut]]
| October 7, 1727
| March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1791
| {{age in years and days|1727|10|7|1791|3|4}}
| 23159
|-
| March 4, 1791
| June 13, 1791<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Richard Henry Lee]]
| [[Anti-Administration]]
| [[Virginia]]
| January 20, 1732
| March 4, 1789 - October 8, 1792
| {{age in years and days|1732|1|20|1791|6|13}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 21694
|-
| June 13, 1791
| July 23, 1793
| [[Roger Sherman]]
| Pro-Administration
| Connecticut
| April 19, 1721
| June 13, 1791 - July 23, 1793
| {{age in years and days|1721|4|19|1793|7|23}}
| 26302
|-
| July 23, 1793
| October 1797
| [[William Bradford (Rhode Island)|William Bradford]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>[[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]]
| [[Rhode Island]]
| November 4, 1729
| March 4, 1793 - October 1797
| 67 years, 340 days ca.
| 24800 ca.
|-
| October 1797
| June 12, 1801
| [[Samuel Livermore]]
| Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist
| [[New Hampshire]]
| May 14, 1732
| March 4, 1793 - June 12, 1801
| {{age in years and days|1732|5|14|1801|6|12}}
| 25230
|-
| June 12, 1801
| June 17, 1801<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[William Hindman]]
| Federalist
| [[Maryland]]
| April 1, 1743
| December 12, 1800 - November 19, 1801
| {{age in years and days|1743|4|1|1801|6|17}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 21261
|-
| June 17, 1801
| December 15, 1801<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Simeon Olcott]]
| Federalist
| New Hampshire
| October 1, 1735
| June 17, 1801 - March 4, 1805
| {{age in years and days|1732|1|20|1791|6|13}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 27468
|-
| December 15, 1801
| December 16, 1810
| [[Thomas Sumter]]
| Anti-Administration<br/>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]]
| [[South Carolina]]
| August 14, 1734
| December 15, 1801 - December 16, 1810
| {{age in years and days|1734|8|14|1810|12|16}}
| 27882
|-
| December 16, 1810
| March 4, 1811
| [[Timothy Pickering]]
| Federalist
| [[Massachusetts]]
| July 17, 1745
| March 4, 1803 - March 4, 1811
| {{age in years and days|1745|7|17|1811|3|4}}
| 23970
|-
| March 4, 1811
| March 4, 1815
| [[John Lambert (politician)|John Lambert]]
| Democratic-Republican
| [[New Jersey]]
| February 24, 1746
| March 4, 1809 - March 4, 1815
| {{age in years and days|1746|2|24|1815|3|4}}
| 25209
|-
| March 4, 1815
| March 4, 1817
| [[Joseph Bradley Varnum]]
| Democratic-Republican
| Massachusetts
| January 29, 1751
| June 29, 1811 - March 4, 1817
| {{age in years and days|1751|1|29|1817|3|4}}
| 24140
|-
| March 4, 1817
| March 4, 1821
| [[Isaac Tichenor]]
| Federalist
| [[Vermont]]
| February 8, 1754
| October 18, 1796 - October 17, 1797<br/>March 4, 1814 - March 4, 1821
| {{age in years and days|1754|2|8|1821|3|4}}
| 24495
|-
| March 4, 1821
| December 17, 1822<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Rufus King]]
| Federalist
| [[New York]]
| March 24, 1755
| July 25, 1789 - May 23, 1796<br/>March 4, 1813 - March 4, 1825
| {{age in years and days|1755|3|24|1822|12|17}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 24739
|-
| December 17, 1822
| March 4, 1833
| [[Samuel Smith (Maryland)|Samuel Smith]]
| Democratic-Republican<br/>[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]
| Maryland
| July 27, 1752
| March 4, 1803 - March 4, 1815<br/>December 17, 1822 - March 4, 1833
| {{age in years and days|1752|7|27|1833|3|4}}
| 29439
|-
| March 4, 1833
| March 4, 1839
| [[Asher Robbins]]
| [[National Republican Party (United States)|National Republican]]<br/>[[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]]
| Rhode Island
| October 26, 1761
| October 31, 1825 - March 4, 1839
| {{age in years and days|1761|10|26|1839|3|4}}
| 28252
|-
| March 4, 1839
| April 23, 1842<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Benjamin Tappan]]
| Democratic
| [[Ohio]]
| May 25, 1773
| March 4, 1839 - March 4, 1845
| {{age in years and days|1773|5|25|1842|4|23}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 25169
|-
| April 23, 1842
| March 4, 1843
| [[Samuel C. Crafts]]
| Whig
| Vermont
| October 6, 1768
| April 23, 1842 - March 4, 1843
| {{age in years and days|1768|10|6|1843|3|4}}
| 27174
|-
| March 4, 1843
| March 4, 1845
| [[Benjamin Tappan]]
| Democratic
| [[Ohio]]
| May 25, 1773
| March 4, 1839 - March 4, 1845
| {{age in years and days|1773|5|25|1845|3|4}}
| 26215
|-
| March 4, 1845
| March 4, 1847
| [[Thomas Clayton]]
| Whig
| [[Delaware]]
| July 1777
| January 8, 1824 - March 4, 1827<br/>January 9, 1837 - March 4, 1847
| 69 years, 230 days ca.
| 25430 ca.
|-
| March 4, 1847
| June 23, 1848<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[John M. Berrien]]
| Whig
| [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]
| August 23, 1781
| March 4, 1841 - May 28, 1852
| {{age in years and days|1781|8|23|1848|6|23}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 24410
|-
| June 23, 1848
| March 4, 1849
| [[Thomas Metcalfe (Kentucky)|Thomas Metcalfe]]
| Whig
| [[Kentucky]]
| March 20, 1780
| June 23, 1848 - March 4, 1849
| {{age in years and days|1780|3|20|1849|3|4}}
| 25185
|-
| March 4, 1849
| June 29, 1852
| [[Henry Clay]]
| Democratic-Republican<br/>Whig
| Kentucky
| April 12, 1777
| December 29, 1806 - March 4, 1807<br/>January 4, 1810 - March 4, 1811<br/>November 10, 1831 - March 31, 1842<br/>March 4, 1849 - June 29, 1852
| {{age in years and days|1777|4|12|1852|6|29}}
| 27471
|-
| June 29, 1852
| March 4, 1857
| [[Lewis Cass]]
| Democratic
| [[Michigan]]
| October 9, 1782
| March 4, 1845 - May 29, 1848<br/>March 4, 1849 - March 4, 1857
| {{age in years and days|1782|10|9|1857|3|4}}
| 27174
|-
| March 4, 1857
| March 4, 1859
| [[Philip Allen (politician)|Philip Allen]]
| Democratic
| Rhode Island
| September 1, 1785
| July 20, 1853 - March 4, 1859
| {{age in years and days|1785|9|1|1859|3|4}}
| 26846
|-
| March 4, 1859
| March 4, 1861
| [[John J. Crittenden]]
| Democratic-Republican<br/>National Republican<br/>Whig<br/>[[Know-Nothing|American]]<br/>[[Constitutional Union Party (United States)|Constitutional Union]]<br/>[[Unionist Party (United States)|Unionist Party]]
| Kentucky
| September 10, 1787
| March 4, 1817 - March 4, 1819<br/>March 4, 1835 - March 4, 1841<br/>March 31, 1842 - June 12, 1848<br/>March 4, 1855 - March 4, 1861
| {{age in years and days|1787|9|10|1861|3|4}}
| 26838
|-
| March 4, 1861
| November 9, 1865
| [[Jacob Collamer]]
| Whig<br/>[[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]
| Vermont
| January 8, 1791
| March 4, 1855 - November 9, 1865
| {{age in years and days|1791|1|8|1865|11|9}}
| 27333
|-
| November 9, 1865
| February 7, 1868
| [[James Guthrie (Kentucky)|James Guthrie]]
| Democratic
| Kentucky
| December 5, 1792
| March 4, 1865 - February 7, 1868
| {{age in years and days|1792|12|5|1868|2|7}}
| 27456
|-
| February 7, 1868
| July 10, 1868
| [[Reverdy Johnson]]
| Democratic
| Maryland
| May 21, 1796
| March 4, 1863 - July 10, 1868
| {{age in years and days|1796|5|21|1868|7|10}}
| 26347
|-
| July 10, 1868
| March 12, 1877
| [[Simon Cameron]]
| Democratic<br/>Republican
| [[Pennsylvania]]
| March 8, 1799
| March 13, 1845 - March 4, 1849<br/>March 4, 1857 - March 4, 1861<br/>March 4, 1867 - March 12, 1877
| {{age in years and days|1799|3|8|1877|3|12}}
| 28493
|-
| March 12, 1877
| March 4, 1881
| [[Hannibal Hamlin]]
| Democratic<br/>Republican
| [[Maine]]
| August 27, 1809
| June 8, 1848 - January 7, 1857<br/>March 4, 1857 - January 17, 1861<br/>March 4, 1869 - March 4, 1881
| {{age in years and days|1809|8|27|1881|3|4}}
| 26122
|-
| March 4, 1881
| December 28, 1898
| [[Justin Smith Morrill]]
| Republican
| Vermont
| April 14, 1810
| March 4, 1867 - December 28, 1898
| {{age in years and days|1810|4|14|1898|12|28}}
| 32400
|-
| December 28, 1898
| July 27, 1907
| [[Edmund Pettus]]
| Democratic
| [[Alabama]]
| July 6, 1821
| March 4, 1897 - July 27, 1907
| {{age in years and days|1821|7|6|1907|7|27}}
| 31431
|-
| July 27, 1907
| March 17, 1908
| [[William Pinkney Whyte]]
| Democratic
| Maryland
| August 9, 1824
| July 13, 1868 - March 4, 1869<br/>March 4, 1875 - March 4, 1881<br/>June 8, 1906 - March 17, 1908
| {{age in years and days|1824|8|9|1908|3|17}}
| 30535
|-
| March 17, 1908
| March 24, 1908<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[William B. Allison]]
| Republican
| [[Iowa]]
| March 2, 1829
| March 4, 1873 - August 4, 1908
| {{age in years and days|1829|3|2|1908|3|24}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 28876
|-
| March 24, 1908
| October 21, 1908
| [[John Wolcott Stewart]]
| Republican
| Vermont
| November 24, 1825
| March 24, 1908 - October 21, 1908
| {{age in years and days|1825|11|24|1908|10|21}}
| 30281
|-
| October 21, 1908
| March 4, 1915
| [[Isaac Stephenson]]
| Republican
| [[Wisconsin]]
| June 18, 1829
| May 17, 1907 - March 4, 1915
| {{age in years and days|1829|6|18|1915|3|4}}
| 31304
|-
| March 4, 1915
| August 17, 1918
| [[Jacob Harold Gallinger]]
| Republican
| New Hampshire
| March 28, 1837
| March 4, 1891 - August 17, 1918
| {{age in years and days|1837|3|28|1918|8|17}}
| 29726
|-
| August 17, 1918
| March 4, 1919
| [[David Baird (New Jersey)|David Baird]]
| Republican
| [[New Jersey]]
| April 7, 1839
| February 23, 1918 - March 4, 1919
| {{age in years and days|1839|4|7|1919|3|4}}
| 29185
|-
| March 4, 1919
| March 1, 1920
| [[John H. Bankhead]]
| Democratic
| Alabama
| September 13, 1842
| June 18, 1907 - March 1, 1920
| {{age in years and days|1842|9|13|1920|3|1}}
| 28293
|-
| March 1, 1920
| October 3, 1922<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Carroll S. Page]]
| Republican
| Vermont
| January 10, 1843
| October 21, 1908 - March 4, 1923
| {{age in years and days|1843|1|10|1922|10|3}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 29120
|-
| October 3, 1922
| November 22, 1922
| [[Rebecca Latimer Felton]]
| Democratic
| Georgia
| June 10, 1835
| October 3, 1922 - November 22, 1922
| {{age in years and days|1835|6|10|1922|11|22}}
| 31941
|-
| November 22, 1922
| March 4, 1923
| Carroll S. Page
| Republican
| Vermont
| January 10, 1843
| October 21, 1908 - March 4, 1923
| {{age in years and days|1843|1|10|1923|3|4}}
| 29272
|-
| March 4, 1923
| April 28, 1923
| [[Knute Nelson]]
| Republican
| [[Minnesota]]
| February 2, 1843
| March 4, 1895 - April 28, 1923
| {{age in years and days|1843|2|2|1923|4|28}}
| 29304
|-
| April 28, 1923
| July 12, 1923
| [[William P. Dillingham]]
| Republican
| Vermont
| December 12, 1843
| October 18, 1900 - July 12, 1923
| {{age in years and days|1843|12|12|1923|7|12}}
| 29066
|-
| July 12, 1923
| November 24, 1929
| [[Francis E. Warren]]
| Republican
| [[Wyoming]]
| June 20, 1844
| November 24, 1890 - March 4, 1893<br/>March 4, 1895 - November 24, 1929
| {{age in years and days|1844|6|20|1929|11|24}}
| 31202
|-
| November 24, 1929
| March 4, 1931
| [[Frederick H. Gillett]]
| Republican
| Massachusetts
| October 16, 1851
| March 4, 1925 - March 4, 1931
| {{age in years and days|1851|10|16|1931|3|4}}
| 28993
|-
| March 4, 1931
| May 24, 1933<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[John B. Kendrick]]
| Democratic
| Wyoming
| September 6, 1857
| March 4, 1917 - November 3, 1933
| {{age in years and days|1857|9|6|1933|5|24}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 27653
|-
| May 24, 1933
| November 6, 1934
| [[William Henry Thompson]]
| Democratic
| [[Nebraska]]
| December 14, 1853
| May 24, 1933 - November 6, 1934
| {{age in years and days|1853|12|14|1934|11|6}}
| 29546
|-
| November 6, 1934
| April 21, 1941<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref>
| [[Carter Glass]]
| Democratic
| Virginia
| January 4, 1858
| February 20, 1920 - May 28, 1946
| {{age in years and days|1858|1|4|1941|4|21}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref>
| 30422
|-
| April 21, 1941
| June 26, 1941
| [[Andrew Jackson Houston]]
| Democratic
| [[Texas]]
| June 21, 1854
| April 21, 1841 - June 26, 1941
| {{age in years and days|1854|6|21|1941|6|26}}
| 31781
|-
| June 26, 1941
| May 28, 1946
| Carter Glass
| Democratic
| Virginia
| January 4, 1858
| February 20, 1920 - May 28, 1946
| {{age in years and days|1858|1|4|1946|5|28}}
| 32285
|-
| May 28, 1946
| January 3, 1949
| [[Arthur Capper]]
| Republican
| [[Kansas]]
| July 14, 1865
| March 4, 1919 - January 3, 1949
| {{age in years and days|1865|7|14|1949|1|3}}
| 30488
|-
| January 3, 1949
| January 3, 1961
| [[Theodore F. Green]]
| Democratic
| Rhode Island
| October 2, 1867
| January 3, 1937 - January 3, 1961
| {{age in years and days|1867|10|2|1961|1|3}}
| 34061
|-
| January 3, 1961
| January 3, 1969
| [[Carl Hayden]]
| Democratic
| [[Arizona]]
| October 2, 1877
| March 4, 1927 - January 3, 1969
| {{age in years and days|1877|10|2|1969|1|3}}
| 33330
|-
| January 3, 1969
| January 3, 1971
| [[Stephen M. Young]]
| Democratic
| Ohio
| May 4, 1889
| January 3, 1959 - January 3, 1971
| {{age in years and days|1889|5|4|1971|1|3}}
| 29828
|-
| January 3, 1971
| July 27, 1972
| [[Allen J. Ellender]]
| Democratic
| [[Louisiana]]
| September 24, 1890
| January 3, 1937 - July 27, 1972
| {{age in years and days|1890|9|24|1972|7|27}}
| 29891
|-
| July 27, 1972
| January 3, 1975
| [[George Aiken]]
| Republican
| Vermont
| August 20, 1892
| January 10, 1941 - January 3, 1975
| {{age in years and days|1892|8|20|1975|1|3}}
| 30085
|-
| January 3, 1975
| November 28, 1977
| [[John Little McClellan]]
| Democratic
| [[Arkansas]]
| February 25, 1896
| January 3, 1943 - November 28, 1977
| {{age in years and days|1896|2|25|1977|11|28}}
| 29861
|-
| November 28, 1977
| January 3, 1981
| [[Milton Young]]
| Republican
| [[North Dakota]]
| December 6, 1897
| March 12, 1945 - January 3, 1981
| {{age in years and days|1897|12|6|1981|1|3}}
| 30343
|-
| January 3, 1981
| January 3, 1989
| [[John C. Stennis]]
| Democratic
| [[Mississippi]]
| August 3, 1901
| November 5, 1947 - January 3, 1989
| {{age in years and days|1901|8|3|1989|1|3}}
| 31930
|-
| January 3, 1989
| January 3, 2003
| [[Strom Thurmond]]
| Democratic<br/>Republican
| South Carolina
| December 5, 1902
| December 24, 1954 - April 4, 1956<br/>November 7, 1956 - January 3, 2003
| {{age in years and days|1902|12|5|2003|1|3}}
| 36554
|-
| January 3, 2003
| June 28, 2010
| [[Robert Byrd]]
| Democratic
| [[West Virginia]]
| November 20, 1917
| January 3, 1959 - June 28, 2010
| {{age in years and days|1917|11|20|2010|6|28}}
| 33823
|-
| June 28, 2010
| June 3, 2013
| [[Frank Lautenberg]]
| Democratic
| New Jersey
| January 23, 1924
| December 27, 1982 - January 3, 2001<br/>January 3, 2003 - June 3, 2013
| {{age in years and days|1924|1|23|2013|6|3}}
| 32639
|-
| June 3, 2013
|
| [[Chuck Grassley]]
| Republican
| Iowa
| September 17, 1933
| January 3, 1981 - in office
| {{age in years and days|1933|9|17}}
| {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
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|1933
|9
|17
}}
}}
|}
 
===House===
 
{|class=wikitable
! Begin date !! End date !! Name !! Party !! State !! Date of birth !! Service !! Years and days !! Days
|-
| March 4, 1789 || March 4, 1791 || [[Roger Sherman]] || [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]] || [[Connecticut]] || April 19, 1721 || March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1791 || {{age in years and days|1721|4|19|1791|3|4}} || 25521
|-
| March 4, 1791 || September 15, 1794 || [[Abraham Clark]] || Pro-Administration || [[New Jersey]] || February 15, 1726 || March 4, 1791 - September 15, 1794 || {{age in years and days|1726|2|15|1794|9|15}} || 25049
|-
| September 15, 1794 || March 4, 1795 || [[Artemas Ward]] || Pro-Administration || [[Massachusetts]] || November 26, 1727 || March 4, 1791 - March 4, 1795 || {{age in years and days|1727|11|26|1795|3|4}} || 24570
|-
| March 4, 1795 || March 4, 1797 || [[Robert Rutherford]] || [[Anti-Administration]]<br/>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]] || [[Virginia]] || October 20, 1728 || March 4, 1793 - March 4, 1797 || {{age in years and days|1728|10|20|1797|3|4}} || 24972
|-
| March 4, 1797 || March 4, 1799 || [[Matthew Locke (U.S. Congress)|Matthew Locke]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || [[North Carolina]] || 1730 || March 4, 1793 - March 4, 1799 || 68-69 years ca. || 25000 ca.
|-
| March 4, 1799 || December 15, 1801 || [[Thomas Sumter]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || [[South Carolina]] || August 14, 1734 || March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1793<br/>March 4, 1797 - December 15, 1801 || {{age in years and days|1734|8|14|1801|12|15}} || 24594
|-
| December 15, 1801 || March 4, 1803 || [[Abiel Foster]] || Pro-Administration<br/>[[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]] || [[New Hampshire]] || August 8, 1735 || March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1791<br/>March 4, 1795 - March 4, 1803 || {{age in years and days|1735|8|8|1803|3|4}} || 24679
|-
| March 4, 1803 || March 4, 1807 || [[John Whitehill]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Pennsylvania]] || December 11, 1729 || March 4, 1803 - March 4, 1807 || {{age in years and days|1729|12|11|1807|3|4}} || 28206
|-
| March 4, 1807 || April 8, 1813 || [[Robert Whitehill (Pennsylvania)|Robert Whitehill]] || Democratic-Republican || Pennsylvania || July 21, 1738 || November 7, 1805 - April 8, 1813 || {{age in years and days|1738|7|21|1813|4|8}} || 27289
|-
| April 8, 1813 || March 4, 1817 || [[William Findley]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Pennsylvania || 1741/42 || March 4, 1791 - March 4, 1799<br/>March 4, 1803 - March 4, 1817 || 75 years ca. || 27400 ca.
|-
| March 4, 1817 || February 21, 1818 || [[Peterson Goodwyn]] || Democratic-Republican || Virginia || 1745 || March 4, 1803 - February 21, 1818 || 73 years ca. || 26500 ca.
|-
| February 21, 1818 || March 4, 1819 || [[Anthony New]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Virginia<br/>[[Kentucky]] || 1747 || March 4, 1793 - March 4, 1805<br/>March 4, 1811 - March 4, 1813<br/>March 4, 1817 - March 4, 1819<br/>March 4, 1821 - March 4, 1823 || 72 years ca. || 26200 ca.
|-
| March 4, 1819 || March 4, 1821 || [[Thomas Forrest]] || Federalist || Pennsylvania || 1747 || March 4, 1819 - March 4, 1821<br/>October 8, 1822 - March 4, 1823 || 74 years ca. || 26900 ca.
|-
| March 4, 1821 || rowspan=2|March 4, 1823 || Anthony New || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Virginia<br/>[[Kentucky]] || 1747 || March 4, 1793 - March 4, 1805<br/>March 4, 1811 - March 4, 1813<br/>March 4, 1817 - March 4, 1819<br/>March 4, 1821 - March 4, 1823 || 72 years ca. || 26200 ca.
|-
| October 8, 1822 || Thomas Forrest || Federalist || Pennsylvania || 1747 || March 4, 1819 - March 4, 1821<br/>October 8, 1822 - March 4, 1823 || 74 years ca. || 26900 ca.
|-
| March 4, 1823 || March 4, 1825 || [[Daniel Udree]] || Democratic-Republican || Pennsylvania || August 5, 1751 || October 12, 1813 - March 4, 1815<br/>December 26, 1820 - March 4, 1821<br/>December 10, 1822 - March 4, 1825 || {{age in years and days|1751|8|5|1825|3|4}} || 26874
|-
| March 4, 1825 || March 4, 1827 || [[Joshua Sands (politician)|Joshua Sands]] || Federalist<br/>[[Adams Republican]] || [[New York]] || October 12, 1757 || March 4, 1803 - March 4, 1805<br/>March 4, 1825 - March 4, 1827 || {{age in years and days|1757|10|12|1827|3|4}} || 25344
|-
| March 4, 1827 || March 4, 1829 || [[Ebenezer Tucker]] || [[Unaffiliated]] || New Jersey || November 15, 1758 || March 4, 1825 - March 4, 1829 || {{age in years and days|1758|11|15|1829|3|4}} || 25676
|-
| March 4, 1829 || March 4, 1831 || [[James Shields (Ohio politician)|James Shields]] || [[Jacksonian democracy|Jacksonian]] || [[Ohio]] || April 13, 1762 || March 4, 1829 - March 4, 1831 || {{age in years and days|1762|4|13|1831|3|4}} || 25161
|-
| March 4, 1831 || March 4, 1833 || [[John Adair]] || Democratic-Republican || Kentucky || January 9, 1757 || March 4, 1831 - March 4, 1833 || {{age in years and days|1757|1|9|1833|3|4}} || 27812
|-
| March 4, 1833 || March 4, 1835 || [[Philemon Thomas]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || [[Louisiana]] || February 9, 1763 || March 4, 1831 - March 4, 1835 || {{age in years and days|1763|2|9|1835|3|4}} || 26320
|-
| March 4, 1835 || March 4, 1837 || [[John Roane]] || Democratic-Republican<br/>Jacksonian || Virginia || February 9, 1766 || March 4, 1809 - March 4, 1815<br/>March 4, 1827 - March 4, 1831<br/>March 4, 1835 - March 4, 1837 || {{age in years and days|1766|2|9|1837|3|4}} || 25955
|-
| March 4, 1837 || February 23, 1848 || [[John Quincy Adams]] || [[National Republican Party (United States)|National Republican]]<br/>[[Anti-Masonic Party|Anti-Masonic]]<br/>[[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]] || Massachusetts || July 11, 1767 || March 4, 1831 - February 23, 1848 || {{age in years and days|1767|7|11|1848|2|23}} || 29446
|-
| February 23, 1848 || March 4, 1849 || [[Charles Jared Ingersoll]] || Democratic-Republican<br/>Democratic || Pennsylvania || October 3, 1782 || March 4, 1813 - March 4, 1815<br/>March 4, 1841 - March 4, 1849 || {{age in years and days|1782|10|3|1849|3|4}} || 24258
|-
| March 4, 1849 || March 4, 1851 || [[William Nelson (congressman)|William Nelson]] || Whig || New York || June 18, 1784 || March 4, 1847 - March 4, 1851 || {{age in years and days|1784|6|18|1851|3|4}} || 24364
|-
| March 4, 1851 || March 4, 1853 || [[Alexander Harper]] || Whig || Ohio || February 5, 1786 || March 4, 1837 - March 4, 1839<br/>March 4, 1843 - March 4, 1847<br/>March 4, 1851 - March 4, 1853 || {{age in years and days|1786|2|5|1853|3|4}} || 24498
|-
| March 4, 1853 || March 4, 1855 || [[Thomas Hart Benton (politician)|Thomas Hart Benton]] || Democratic || [[Missouri]] || March 14, 1782 || March 4, 1853 - March 4, 1855 || {{age in years and days|1782|3|14|1855|3|4}} || 26652
|-
| March 4, 1855 || March 4, 1857 || [[Killian Miller]] || [[Opposition Party (United States)|Opposition]] || New York || July 30, 1785 || March 4, 1855 - March 4, 1857 || {{age in years and days|1785|7|30|1857|3|4}} || 26149
|-
| March 4, 1857 || March 4, 1859 || [[Amos P. Granger]] || Opposition<br/>[[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || New York || June 3, 1789 || March 4, 1855 - March 4, 1859 || {{age in years and days|1789|6|3|1859|3|4}} || 25475
|-
| March 4, 1859 || March 4, 1861 || [[Martin Butterfield]] || Republican || New York || December 8, 1790 || March 4, 1859 - March 4, 1861 || {{age in years and days|1790|12|8|1861|3|4}} || 25653
|-
| March 4, 1861 || September 27, 1861 || [[William Appleton (politician)|William Appleton]] || Whig<br/>[[Constitutional Union Party (United States)|Constitutional Union]] || Massachusetts || November 16, 1786 || March 4, 1851 - March 4, 1855<br/>March 4, 1861 - September 27, 1861 || {{age in years and days|1786|11|16|1861|9|27}} || 27343
|-
| September 27, 1861 || July 26, 1863 || [[John J. Crittenden]] || [[Unionist Party (United States)|Unionist]] || Kentucky || September 10, 1787 || July 4, 1861 - July 26, 1863 || {{age in years and days|1787|9|10|1863|7|26}} || 27712
|-
| July 26, 1863 || August 11, 1868 || [[Thaddeus Stevens]] || Whig<br/>Republican || Pennsylvania || April 4, 1792 || March 4, 1849 - March 4, 1853<br/>March 4, 1859 - August 11, 1868 || {{age in years and days|1792|4|4|1868|8|11}} || 27887
|-
| August 11, 1868 || March 4, 1869 || [[Nathaniel Boyden]] || Whig<br/>[[North Carolina Democratic Party|Conservative]] || North Carolina || August 16, 1796 || March 4, 1847 - March 4, 1849<br/>July 13, 1868 - March 4, 1869 || {{age in years and days|1796|8|16|1869|3|4}} || 26497
|-
| March 4, 1869 || March 4, 1871 || [[Charles Knapp (congressman)|Charles Knapp]] || Republican || New York || October 8, 1797 || March 4, 1869 - March 4, 1871 || {{age in years and days|1797|10|8|1871|3|4}} || 26809
|-
| March 4, 1871 || March 4, 1875 || [[Eli Perry]] || Democratic || New York || December 25, 1799 || March 4, 1871 - March 4, 1875 || {{age in years and days|1799|12|25|1875|3|4}} || 27462
|-
| March 4, 1875 || March 4, 1877 || [[Chester W. Chapin]] || Democratic || Massachusetts || December 16, 1798 || March 4, 1875 - March 4, 1877 || {{age in years and days|1798|12|16|1877|3|4}} || 28567
|-
| March 4, 1877 || March 4, 1879 || [[George W. Patterson]] || Republican || New York || November 11, 1799 || March 4, 1877 - March 4, 1879 || {{age in years and days|1799|11|11|1879|3|4}} || 28967
|-
| March 4, 1879 || March 4, 1881 || [[Joseph E. Johnston]] || Democratic || Virginia || February 3, 1807 || March 4, 1879 - March 4, 1881 || {{age in years and days|1807|2|3|1881|3|4}} || 27058
|-
| March 4, 1881 || March 4, 1887 || [[John T. Wait]] || Republican || Connecticut || August 27, 1811 || April 12, 1876 - March 4, 1887 || {{age in years and days|1811|8|27|1887|3|4}} || 27583
|-
| March 4, 1887 || January 9, 1890 || [[William D. Kelley]] || Republican || Pennsylvania || April 12, 1814 || March 4, 1861 - January 9, 1890 || {{age in years and days|1814|4|12|1890|1|9}} || 27666
|-
| January 9, 1890 || March 4, 1891 || [[Frederick Miles]] || Republican || Connecticut || December 19, 1815 || March 4, 1879 - March 4, 1883<br/>March 4, 1889 - March 4, 1891 || {{age in years and days|1815|12|19|1891|3|4}} || 27469
|-
| March 4, 1891 || March 4, 1893 || [[Edward Scull]] || Republican || Pennsylvania || February 5, 1818 || March 4, 1887 - March 4, 1893 || {{age in years and days|1818|2|5|1893|3|4}} || 27421
|-
| March 4, 1893 || December 4, 1893<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref> || [[Thomas Dunn English]] || Democratic || New Jersey || June 29, 1819 || March 4, 1891 - March 4, 1895 || {{age in years and days|1819|6|26|1893|12|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref> || 27190
|-
| December 4, 1893 || March 4, 1895 || [[Hezekiah S. Bundy]] || Republican || Ohio || August 15, 1817 || March 4, 1865 - March 4, 1867<br/>March 4, 1873 - March 4, 1875<br/>December 4, 1893 - March 4, 1895 || {{age in years and days|1817|8|15|1895|3|4}} || 28325
|-
| March 4, 1895 || March 4, 1897<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref> || [[Galusha A. Grow]] || Democratic<br/>Republican || Pennsylvania || August 31, 1823 || March 4, 1851 - March 4, 1863<br/>February 26, 1894 - March 4, 1903 || {{age in years and days|1823|8|31|1897|3|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref> || 26849
|-
| March 4, 1897 || April 22, 1897 || [[William S. Holman]] || Democratic || [[Indiana]] || September 6, 1822 || March 4, 1859 - March 4, 1865<br/>March 4, 1867 - March 4, 1877<br/>March 4, 1881 - March 4, 1895<br/>March 4, 1897 - April 22, 1897 || {{age in years and days|1822|9|6|1897|4|22}} || 27257
|-
| April 22, 1897 || March 4, 1899 || [[Jehu Baker]] || Republican || [[Illinois]] || November 4, 1822 || March 4, 1865 - March 4, 1879<br/>March 4, 1887 - March 4, 1889<br/>March 4, 1897 - March 4, 1899 || {{age in years and days|1822|11|4|1899|3|4}} || 27879
|-
| March 4, 1899 || March 4, 1903 || Galusha A. Grow || Democratic<br/>Republican || Pennsylvania || August 31, 1823 || March 4, 1851 - March 4, 1863<br/>February 26, 1894 - March 4, 1903 || {{age in years and days|1823|8|31|1903|3|4}} || 29039
|-
| March 4, 1903 || March 4, 1911 || [[Nehemiah D. Sperry]] || Republican || Connecticut || July 10, 1827 || March 4, 1895 - March 4, 1911 || {{age in years and days|1827|7|10|1911|3|4}} || 30552
|-
| March 4, 1911 || March 4, 1921 || [[Isaac R. Sherwood]] || Republican<br/>Democratic || Ohio || August 13, 1835 || March 4, 1873 - March 4, 1875<br/>March 4, 1907 - March 4, 1921<br/>March 4, 1923 - March 4, 1925 || {{age in years and days|1835|8|13|1921|3|4}} || 31249
|-
| March 4, 1921 || March 4, 1923 || [[Joseph Gurney Cannon]] || Republican || Illinois || May 7, 1836 || March 4, 1873 - March 4, 1891<br/>March 4, 1893 - March 4, 1913<br/>March 4, 1915 - March 4, 1923 || {{age in years and days|1836|5|7|1923|3|4}} || 31711
|-
| March 4, 1923 || March 4, 1925 || Isaac R. Sherwood || Republican<br/>Democratic || Ohio || August 13, 1835 || March 4, 1873 - March 4, 1875<br/>March 4, 1907 - March 4, 1921<br/>March 4, 1923 - March 4, 1925 || {{age in years and days|1835|8|13|1925|3|4}} || 32710
|-
| March 4, 1925 || September 23, 1930 || [[Charles Manly Stedman]] || Democratic || North Carolina || January 29, 1841 || March 4, 1911 - September 23, 1930 || {{age in years and days|1841|1|29|1930|9|23}} || 32763
|-
| September 23, 1930 || March 1, 1931 || [[Henry A. Cooper]] || Republican || [[Wisconsin]] || September 8, 1850 || March 4, 1893 - March 4, 1919<br/>March 4, 1921 - March 1, 1931 || {{age in years and days|1850|9|8|1931|3|1}} || 29393
|-
| March 1, 1931 || March 4, 1931<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[George Scott Graham]] || Republican || Pennsylvania || September 13, 1850 || March 4, 1913 - July 4, 1931 || {{age in years and days|1850|9|13|1931|3|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || 29513
|-
| March 4, 1931 || January 3, 1935 || [[Clement C. Dickinson]] || Democratic || Missouri || December 6, 1849 || February 1, 1910 - March 4, 1921<br/>March 4, 1923 - March 4, 1929<br/>March 4, 1931 - January 3, 1935 || {{age in years and days|1849|12|6|1935|1|3}} || 31073
|-
| January 3, 1935 || January 3, 1937 || [[Schuyler Merritt]] || Republican || Connecticut || December 16, 1853 || November 6, 1917 - March 4, 1931<br/>March 4, 1933 - January 3, 1937 || {{age in years and days|1853|12|16|1937|1|3}} || 30333
|-
| January 3, 1937 || September 3, 1941 || [[Edward T. Taylor]] || Democratic || [[Colorado]] || June 19, 1858 || March 4, 1909 - September 3, 1941 || {{age in years and days|1858|6|19|1941|9|3}} || 30391
|-
| September 3, 1941 || July 12, 1947 || [[Joseph J. Mansfield]] || Democratic || [[Texas]] || February 9, 1861 || March 4, 1917 - July 12, 1947 || {{age in years and days|1861|2|9|1947|7|12}} || 31563
|-
| July 12, 1947 || January 3, 1953 || [[Robert L. Doughton]] || Democratic || North Carolina || November 7, 1863 || March 4, 1911 - January 3, 1953 || {{age in years and days|1863|11|7|1953|1|3}} || 32564
|-
| January 3, 1953 || May 17, 1953 || [[Merlin Hull]] || Republican || Wisconsin || December 18, 1870 || March 4, 1929 - March 4, 1931<br/>January 3, 1935 - May 17, 1953 || {{age in years and days|1870|12|18|1953|5|17}}|| 30100
|-
| May 17, 1953 || January 3, 1955 || [[Robert Crosser]] || Democratic || Ohio || June 7, 1874 || March 4, 1913 - March 4, 1919<br/>March 4, 1923 - January 3, 1955 || {{age in years and days|1874|6|7|1955|1|3}} || 29429
|-
| January 3, 1955 || January 3, 1963 || [[Brent Spence]] || Democratic || Kentucky || December 24, 1874 || March 4, 1931 - January 3, 1963 || {{age in years and days|1874|12|24|1963|1|3}} || 32151
|-
| January 3, 1963 || April 14, 1964 || [[Thomas J. O'Brien (Illinois politician)|Thomas J. O'Brien]] || Democratic || Illinois || April 30, 1878 || March 4, 1933 - January 3, 1939<br/>January 3, 1943 - April 14, 1964 || {{age in years and days|1878|4|30|1964|4|14}} || 31395
|-
| April 14, 1964 || May 12, 1964 || [[Clarence Cannon]] || Democratic || Missouri || April 11, 1879 || March 4, 1923 - May 12, 1964 || {{age in years and days|1879|4|11|1964|5|12}} || 31077
|-
| May 12, 1964 || January 3, 1969 || [[Barratt O'Hara]] || Democratic || Illinois || April 28, 1882 || January 3, 1949 - January 3, 1951<br/>January 3, 1953 - January 3, 1969 || {{age in years and days|1882|4|28|1969|1|3}} || 31661
|-
| January 3, 1969 || November 9, 1970 || [[William L. Dawson (politician)|William L. Dawson]] || Democratic || Illinois || April 26, 1886 || January 3, 1943 - November 9, 1970 || {{age in years and days|1886|4|26|1970|11|9}} || 30877
|-
| November 9, 1970 || January 3, 1973 || [[Emanuel Celler]] || Democratic || New York || May 6, 1888 || March 4, 1923 - January 3, 1973 || {{age in years and days|1888|5|6|1973|1|3}} || 30922
|-
| January 3, 1973 || January 3, 1977 || [[Ray Madden]] || Democratic || Indiana || February 25, 1892 || January 3, 1943 - January 3, 1977 || {{age in years and days|1892|2|25|1977|1|3}} || 30993
|-
| January 3, 1977 || January 3, 1979 || [[ Robert N.C. Nix, Sr.]] || Democratic || Pennsylvania || August 9, 1898 || May 20, 1958 - January 3, 1979 || {{age in years and days|1898|8|9|1979|1|3}} || 29366
|-
| January 3, 1979 || May 30, 1989 || [[Claude Pepper]] || Democratic || Florida || September 8, 1900 || January 3, 1963 - May 30, 1989 || {{age in years and days|1900|9|8|1989|5|30}} || 32406
|-
| May 30, 1989 || January 3, 1991 || [[Augustus F. Hawkins]] || Democratic || [[California]] || August 31, 1907 || January 3, 1963 - January 3, 1991 || {{age in years and days|1907|8|31|1991|1|3}} || 30441
|-
| January 3, 1991 || January 3, 1999 || [[Sidney R. Yates]] || Democratic || Illinois || August 27, 1909 || January 3, 1949 - January 3, 1963<br/>January 3, 1965 - January 3, 1999 || {{age in years and days|1909|8|27|1999|1|3}} || 32636
|-
| January 3, 1999 || July 15, 1999 || [[George Brown, Jr.]] || Democratic || California || March 6, 1920 || January 3, 1963 - January 3, 1971<br/>January 3, 1973 - July 15, 1999 || {{age in years and days|1920|3|6|1999|7|15}} || 28985
|-
| July 15, 1999 || January 3, 2003 || [[Benjamin A. Gilman]] || Republican || New York || December 6, 1922 || January 3, 1973 - January 3, 2003 || {{age in years and days|1922|12|6|2003|1|3}} || 29248
|-
| January 3, 2003 || || [[Ralph Hall]] || Democratic<br/>Republican || Texas || May 3, 1923 || January 3, 1981 - || {{age in years and days|1923|5|3}} || {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
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|1923
|5
|3
}}
}}
|}
 
====Women====
 
{|class=wikitable
! Begin date !! End date !! Name !! Party !! State !! Date of birth !! Service !! Years and days !! Days
|-
| March 4, 1917 || March 4, 1919 || [[Jeannette Rankin]] || [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || [[Montana]] || June 11, 1880 || March 4, 1917 - March 4, 1919<br/>January 3, 1941 - January 3, 1943 || {{age in years and days|1880|6|11|1919|3|4}} || 14144
|-
| March 4, 1919 || March 4, 1921 || <i>none</i> || || || || || ||
|-
| March 4, 1921 || March 4, 1923 || [[Alice Mary Robertson]] || Republican || [[Oklahoma]] || January 2, 1854 || March 4, 1921 - March 4, 1923 || {{age in years and days|1854|1|2|1923|3|4}} || 25262
|-
| March 4, 1923 || March 4, 1925 || [[Mae Nolan]] || Republican || [[California]] || September 20, 1886 || January 23, 1923 - March 4, 1925 || {{age in years and days|1886|9|20|1925|3|4}} || 14044
|-
| March 4, 1925 || January 3, 1937 || [[Florence Prag Kahn]] || Republican || California || November 9, 1866 || March 4, 1925 - January 3, 1937 || {{age in years and days|1866|11|9|1937|1|3}} || 25622
|-
| January 3, 1937 || January 3, 1943 || [[Caroline Love Goodwin O'Day]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || [[New York]] || June 22, 1869 || January 3, 1935 - January 3, 1943 || {{age in years and days|1869|6|22|1943|1|3}} || 26857
|-
| January 3, 1943 || January 3, 1951 || [[Mary Teresa Norton]] || Democratic || [[New Jersey]] || March 7, 1875 || March 4, 1925 - January 3, 1951 || {{age in years and days|1875|3|7|1951|1|3}} || 27695
|-
| January 3, 1951 || September 10, 1960 || [[Edith Nourse Rogers]] || Republican || [[Massachusetts]] || March 19, 1881 || June 30, 1925 - September 10, 1960 || {{age in years and days|1881|3|19|1960|9|10}} || 29029
|-
| September 10, 1960 || January 3, 1969 || [[Frances P. Bolton]] || Republican || [[Ohio]] || March 29, 1885 || February 27, 1940 - January 3, 1969 || {{age in years and days|1885|3|29|1969|1|3}} || 30595
|-
| January 3, 1969 || January 3, 1973 || [[Florence P. Dwyer]] || Republican || New Jersey || July 4, 1902 || January 3, 1957 - January 3, 1973 || {{age in years and days|1902|7|4|1973|1|3}} || 25751
|-
| January 3, 1973 || January 3, 1977 || [[Leonor Sullivan]] || Democratic || [[Missouri]] || August 21, 1902 || January 3, 1953 - January 3, 1977 || {{age in years and days|1902|8|21|1977|1|3}} || 27164
|-
| January 3, 1977 || January 3, 1983 || [[Millicent Fenwick]] || Republican || New Jersey || February 25, 1910 || January 3, 1975 - January 3, 1983 || {{age in years and days|1910|2|25|1983|1|3}} || 26610
|-
| January 3, 1983 || January 3, 1991 || [[Virginia D. Smith]] || Republican || [[Nebraska]] || June 30, 1911 || January 3, 1975 - January 3, 1991 || {{age in years and days|1911|6|30|1991|1|3}} || 29042
|-
| January 3, 1991 || January 3, 1997 || [[Barbara Vucanovich]] || Republican || [[Nevada]] || June 22, 1921 || January 3, 1983 - January 3, 1997 || {{age in years and days|1921|6|22|1997|1|3}} || 27589
|-
| January 3, 1997 || January 3, 2003 || [[Carrie P. Meek]] || Democratic || [[Florida]] || April 29, 1926 || January 3, 1993 - January 3, 2003 || {{age in years and days|1926|4|29|2003|1|3}} || 28008
|-
| January 3, 2003 || || [[Louise Slaughter]] || Democratic || [[New York]] || August 14, 1929 || January 3, 1987 - || {{age in years and days|1929|8|14}} || {{#expr:
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===Governor===
 
{|class=wikitable
! Begin date !! End date !! Name !! Party !! State !! Date of birth !! Service !! Years and days !! Days
|-
| December 7, 1787 || December 12, 1787<ref name="newstate"/> || [[Thomas Collins (governor)|Thomas Collins]] || [[Non-partisan]] || [[Delaware]] || 1732 || October 28, 1786 - March 29, 1789 || 56 years ca. || 20700 ca.
|-
| December 12, 1787 || November 5, 1788 || [[Benjamin Franklin]] || Non-partisan || [[Pennsylvania]] || January 17, 1706 || October 18, 1785 - November 5, 1788 || {{age in years and days|1706|1|17|1788|11|5}} || {{age in days|1706|1|17|1788|11|5}}
|-
| November 5, 1788 || July 25, 1790 || [[William Livingston]] || [[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]] || [[New Jersey]] || November 30, 1723 || August 31, 1776 - July 25, 1790 || {{age in years and days|1723|11|30|1790|7|25}} || {{age in days|1723|11|30|1790|7|25}}
|-
| July 25, 1790 || October 8, 1793<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Josiah Bartlett]] || [[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]] || [[New Hampshire]] || November 21, 1729 || June 5, 1790 - June 5, 1794 || {{age in years and days|1729|11|21|1793|10|8}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1729|11|21|1793|10|8}}
|-
| October 8, 1793 || June 2, 1797 || [[Samuel Adams]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Massachusetts]] || September 27, 1722 || October 8, 1793 - June 2, 1797 || {{age in years and days|1722|9|27|1797|6|2}} || {{age in days|1722|9|27|1797|6|2}}
|-
| June 2, 1797 || December 7, 1798 || [[Samuel Ashe]] || Democratic-Republican || [[North Carolina]] || March 24, 1725 || November 19, 1795 - December 7, 1798 || {{age in years and days|1725|3|24|1798|12|7}} || {{age in days|1725|3|24|1798|12|7}}
|-
| December 7, 1798 || June 7, 1799<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Jonathan Trumbull, Jr.]] || Federalist || [[Connecticut]] || March 26, 1740 || December 1, 1797 - August 7, 1809 || {{age in years and days|1740|3|26|1799|6|7}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1740|3|26|1799|6|7}}
|-
| June 7, 1799 || May 20, 1800 || [[Moses Gill]] || Non-partisan || Massachusetts || January 18, 1734 || June 7, 1799 - May 20, 1800 || {{age in years and days|1734|1|18|1800|5|20}} || {{age in days|1734|1|18|1800|5|20}}
|-
| May 20, 1800 || December 20, 1808 || [[Thomas McKean]] || Democratic-Republican || Pennsylvania || March 19, 1734 || December 17, 1799 - December 20, 1808 || {{age in years and days|1734|3|19|1808|12|20}} || {{age in days|1734|3|19|1808|12|20}}
|-
| December 20, 1808 || August 24, 1812 || [[Charles Scott (governor of Kentucky)|Charles Scott]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Kentucky]] || April 1739 || September 1, 1808 - August 24, 1812 || 73 years, 120 days ca. || 26800 ca.
|-
| August 24, 1812 || May 30, 1816 || [[Caleb Strong]] || Federalist || Massachusetts || January 9, 1745 || May 30, 1800 - May 29, 1807<br/>March 4, 1812 - May 30, 1816 || {{age in years and days|1745|1|9|1816|5|30}} || {{age in days|1745|1|9|1816|5|30}}
|-
| May 30, 1816 || September 5, 1816 || [[Isaac Shelby]] || Democratic-Republican || Kentucky || December 11, 1750 || June 4, 1792 - June 1, 1796<br/>August 24, 1812 - September 5, 1816 || {{age in years and days|1750|12|11|1816|9|5}} || {{age in days|1750|12|11|1816|9|5}}
|-
| September 5, 1816 || February 24, 1817<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[John Brooks (governor)|John Brooks]] || Federalist || Massachusetts || May 4, 1752 || May 30, 1816 - May 31, 1823 || {{age in years and days|1752|5|4|1817|2|24}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1752|5|4|1817|2|24}}
|-
| February 24, 1817 || June 30, 1817 || [[John Tayler]] || Democratic-Republican || [[New York]] || July 4, 1742 || February 24, 1817 - June 30, 1817 || {{age in years and days|1742|7|4|1817|6|30}} || {{age in days|1742|7|4|1817|6|30}}
|-
| June 30, 1817 || May 31, 1823 || John Brooks || Federalist || Massachusetts || May 4, 1752 || May 30, 1816 - May 31, 1823 || {{age in years and days|1752|5|4|1823|5|31}} || {{age in days|1752|5|4|1823|5|31}}
|-
| May 31, 1823 || December 16, 1823 || [[Joseph Hiester]] || Democratic-Republican || Pennsylvania || November 18, 1752 || December 19, 1820 - December 16, 1823 || {{age in years and days|1752|11|18|1823|12|16}} || {{age in days|1752|11|18|1823|12|16}}
|-
| December 16, 1823 || February 6, 1825 || [[William Eustis]] || Democratic-Republican || Massachusetts || June 10, 1753 || May 31, 1823 - February 6, 1825 || {{age in years and days|1753|6|10|1825|2|6}} || {{age in days|1753|6|10|1825|2|6}}
|-
| February 6, 1825 || May 2, 1827 || [[Oliver Wolcott, Jr.]] || [[Toleration Party |Toleration]] || Connecticut || January 11, 1760 || May 8, 1817 - May 2, 1827 || {{age in years and days|1760|1|11|1827|5|2}} || {{age in days|1760|1|11|1827|5|2}}
|-
| May 2, 1827 || June 7, 1827<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[William Branch Giles]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Virginia]] || August 12, 1762 || March 4, 1827 - March 4, 1830 || {{age in years and days|1762|8|12|1827|6|7}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1762|8|12|1827|6|7}}
|-
| June 7, 1827 || June 5, 1828 || [[Benjamin Pierce (governor)|Benjamin Pierce]] || Democratic-Republican || New Hampshire || December 25, 1757 || June 7, 1827 - June 5, 1828<br/>June 4, 1829 - June 3, 1830 || {{age in years and days|1757|12|25|1828|6|5}} || {{age in days|1757|12|25|1828|6|5}}
|-
| June 5, 1828 || June 4, 1829<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || William Branch Giles || Democratic-Republican || Virginia || August 12, 1762 || March 4, 1827 - March 4, 1830 || {{age in years and days|1762|8|12|1829|6|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1762|8|12|1829|6|4}}
|-
| June 4, 1829 || June 3, 1830 || Benjamin Pierce || Democratic-Republican || New Hampshire || December 25, 1757 || June 7, 1827 - June 5, 1828<br/>June 4, 1829 - June 3, 1830 || {{age in years and days|1757|12|25|1830|6|5}} || {{age in days|1757|12|25|1830|6|5}}
|-
| June 3, 1830 || December 18, 1830<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Samuel C. Crafts]] || [[National Republican Party (United States)|National Republican]] || [[Vermont]] || October 6, 1768 || October 10, 1828 - October 18, 1831 || {{age in years and days|1768|10|6|1831|10|18}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1768|10|6|1831|10|18}}
|-
| December 18, 1830 || December 6, 1832 || [[Montfort Stokes]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || North Carolina || March 12, 1762 || December 18, 1830 - December 6, 1832 || {{age in years and days|1762|3|12|1832|12|6}} || {{age in days|1762|3|12|1832|12|6}}
|-
| December 6, 1832 || January 15, 1833<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Samuel Dinsmoor]] || Democratic || New Hampshire || July 1, 1766 || June 2, 1831 - June 5, 1834 || {{age in years and days|1766|7|1|1834|6|5}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1766|7|1|1834|6|5}}
|-
| January 15, 1833 || May 9, 1836 || [[Caleb P. Bennett]] || Democratic || Delaware || November 11, 1758 || January 15, 1833 - May 9, 1836 || {{age in years and days|1758|11|11|1836|5|9}} || {{age in days|1758|11|11|1836|5|9}}
|-
| May 9, 1836 || July 17, 1837<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Thomas Veazey]] || [[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]] || [[Maryland]] || January 31, 1774 || January 14, 1836 - January 7, 1839 || {{age in years and days|1774|1|31|1839|1|7}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1774|1|31|1839|1|7}}
|-
| July 17, 1837 || November 30, 1837 || [[Hugh McVay]] || Democratic || [[Alabama]] || 1766 || July 17, 1837 - November 30, 1837 || 71 years, 150 days ca. || 26000 ca.
|-
| November 30, 1837 || January 7, 1839 || Thomas Veazey || Whig || Maryland || January 31, 1774 || January 14, 1836 - January 7, 1839 || {{age in years and days|1774|1|31|1839|1|7}} || {{age in days|1774|1|31|1839|1|7}}
|-
| January 7, 1839 || August 27, 1839 || [[James Clark (Kentucky)|James Clark]] || Whig || Kentucky || January 16, 1779 || August 31, 1836 - August 27, 1839 || {{age in years and days|1779|1|16|1839|8|27}} || {{age in days|1779|1|16|1839|8|27}}
|-
| August 27, 1839 || March 31, 1840 || [[David Campbell (Virginia)|David Campbell]] || Democratic || Virginia || August 7, 1779 || March 31, 1837 - March 31, 1840 || {{age in years and days|1779|8|7|1840|3|31}} || {{age in days|1779|8|7|1840|3|31}}
|-
| March 31, 1840 || January 19, 1841 || [[Cornelius P. Comegys]] || Whig || Delaware || January 15, 1780 || January 17, 1837 - January 19, 1841 || {{age in years and days|1780|1|15|1841|1|19}} || {{age in days|1780|1|15|1841|1|19}}
|-
| January 19, 1841 || May 2, 1843<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[William B. Cooper]] || Whig || Delaware || December 16, 1771 || January 19, 1841 - January 21, 1845 || {{age in years and days|1771|12|16|1843|5|2}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1771|12|16|1843|5|2}}
|-
| May 2, 1843 || May 6, 1845 || [[James Fenner]] || [[Law and Order Party of Rhode Island|Law and Order]] || [[Rhode Island]] || January 22, 1771 || May 6, 1807 - May 1, 1811<br/>May 5, 1824 - May 4, 1831<br/>May 2, 1843 - May 6, 1845 || {{age in years and days|1771|1|22|1845|5|6}} || {{age in days|1771|1|22|1845|5|6}}
|-
| May 6, 1845 || March 2, 1846 || [[Thomas Stockton]] || Whig || Delaware || April 1, 1781 || January 21, 1845 - March 2, 1846 || {{age in years and days|1781|4|1|1846|3|2}} || {{age in days|1781|4|1|1846|3|2}}
|-
| March 2, 1846 || May 3, 1846 || [[Joseph Maull]] || Whig || Delaware || September 6, 1781 || March 2, 1846 - May 3, 1846 || {{age in years and days|1781|9|6|1846|5|3}} || {{age in days|1781|9|6|1846|5|3}}
|-
| May 3, 1846 || September 6, 1848 || [[William Owsley]] || Whig || Kentucky || March 24, 1782 || September 4, 1844 - September 6, 1848 || {{age in years and days|1782|3|24|1848|9|6}} || {{age in days|1782|3|24|1848|9|6}}
|-
| September 6, 1848 || May 2, 1849 || [[Clark Bissell]] || Whig || Connecticut || September 7, 1782 || May 5, 1847 - May 2, 1849 || {{age in years and days|1782|9|7|1849|5|2}} || {{age in days|1782|9|7|1849|5|2}}
|-
| May 2, 1849 || May 4, 1850 || [[Joseph Trumbull (governor)|Joseph Trumbull]] || Whig || Connecticut || December 7, 1782 || May 2, 1849 - May 4, 1850 || {{age in years and days|1782|12|7|1850|5|4}} || {{age in days|1782|12|7|1850|5|4}}
|-
| May 4, 1850 || October 11, 1850<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Joseph Marshall Walker]] || Democratic || [[Louisiana]] || July 1, 1784 || January 28, 1850 - January 18, 1853 || {{age in years and days|1784|7|1|1850|10|11}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1784|7|1|1850|10|11}}
|-
| October 11, 1850 || October 1852 || [[Charles K. Williams]] || Whig || Vermont || January 24, 1782 || October 11, 1850 - October 1852 || 70 years, 260 days ca. || 25800 ca.
|-
| October 1852 || January 18, 1853 || Joseph Marshall Walker || Democratic || Louisiana || July 1, 1784 || January 28, 1850 - January 18, 1853 || {{age in years and days|1784|7|1|1853|1|18}} || {{age in days|1784|7|1|1853|1|18}}
|-
| January 18, 1853 || July 20, 1853 || [[Philip Allen (politician)|Philip Allen]] || Democratic || Rhode Island || September 1, 1785 || May 6, 1851 - July 20, 1853 || {{age in years and days|1785|9|1|1853|7|20}} || {{age in days|1785|9|1|1853|7|20}}
|-
| July 20, 1853 || October 3, 1853 || [[Thomas Brown (Florida politician)|Thomas Brown]] || Whig || [[Florida]] || October 24, 1785 || October 1, 1849 - October 3, 1853 || {{age in years and days|1785|10|24|1853|10|3}} || {{age in days|1785|10|24|1853|10|3}}
|-
| October 3, 1853 || October 13, 1853<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Joseph Johnson (Virginia politician)|Joseph Johnson]] || Democratic || Virginia || December 19, 1785 || January 16, 1852 - January 1, 1856 || {{age in years and days|1785|12|19|1856|10|13}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1785|12|19|1856|10|13}}
|-
| October 13, 1853 || May 3, 1854 || [[Charles H. Pond]] || Democratic || Connecticut || April 26, 1781 || October 13, 1853 - May 3, 1854 || {{age in years and days|1781|4|26|1854|5|3}} || {{age in days|1781|4|26|1854|5|3}}
|-
| May 3, 1854 || January 1, 1856 || Joseph Johnson || Democratic || Virginia || December 19, 1785 || January 16, 1852 - January 1, 1856 || {{age in years and days|1785|12|19|1856|1|1}} || {{age in days|1785|12|19|1856|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1856 || October 10, 1856 || [[Stephen Royce]] || [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || Vermont || August 12, 1787 || October 13, 1854 - October 10, 1856 || {{age in years and days|1787|8|12|1856|10|10}} || {{age in days|1787|8|12|1856|10|10}}
|-
| October 10, 1856 || January 1, 1857<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Ralph Metcalf]] || [[Know-Nothing movement|Know-Nothing]] || New Hampshire || November 21, 1798 || June 7, 1855 - June 4, 1857 || {{age in years and days|1798|11|21|1857|1|1}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1798|11|21|1857|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1857 || January 1, 1859 || [[John A. King]] || Republican || New York || January 3, 1788 || January 1, 1857 - January 1, 1859 || {{age in years and days|1788|1|3|1859|1|1}} || {{age in days|1788|1|3|1859|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1859 || January 18, 1859<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Hiland Hall]] || Republican || Vermont || July 20, 1795 || October 10, 1858 - October 12, 1860 || {{age in years and days|1795|7|20|1859|1|18}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1795|7|20|1859|1|18}}
|-
| January 18, 1859 || January 20, 1863 || [[William Burton (governor)|William Burton]] || Democratic || Delaware || October 16, 1789 || January 18, 1859 - January 20, 1863 || {{age in years and days|1789|10|16|1863|1|20}} || {{age in days|1789|10|16|1863|1|20}}
|-
| January 20, 1863 || June 3, 1863 || [[Nathaniel S. Berry]] || Republican || New Hampshire || September 1, 1796 || June 6, 1861 - June 3, 1863 || {{age in years and days|1796|9|1|1863|6|3}} || {{age in days|1796|9|1|1863|6|3}}
|-
| June 3, 1863 || January 1, 1864<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Hamilton Rowan Gamble]] || Republican || [[Missouri]] || November 29, 1798 || July 31, 1861 - January 31, 1864 || {{age in years and days|1798|11|29|1864|1|1}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1798|11|29|1864|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1864 || May 9, 1865 || [[William Smith (Virginia governor)]] || Democratic || Virginia || September 6, 1797 || January 1, 1846 - January 1, 1849<br/>January 1, 1864 - May 9, 1865 || {{age in years and days|1797|9|6|1865|5|9}} || {{age in days|1797|9|6|1865|5|9}}
|-
| May 9, 1865 || June 13, 1865<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Isaac Murphy]] || Republican || [[Arkansas]] || October 16, 1799 || April 18, 1864 - July 2, 1868 || {{age in years and days|1799|10|16|1865|6|13}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1799|10|16|1865|6|13}}
|-
| June 13, 1865 || October 16, 1865 || [[William L. Sharkey]] || Provisional || [[Mississippi]] || July 12, 1798 || June 13, 1865 - October 16, 1865 || {{age in years and days|1798|7|12|1865|10|16}} || {{age in days|1798|7|12|1865|10|16}}
|-
| October 16, 1865 || October 13, 1867 || [[Paul Dillingham]] || Republican || Vermont || August 10, 1799 || October 13, 1865 - October 13, 1867 || {{age in years and days|1799|8|10|1867|10|13}} || {{age in days|1799|8|10|1867|10|13}}
|-
| October 13, 1867 || January 8, 1868<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || Isaac Murphy || Republican || Arkansas || October 16, 1799 || April 18, 1864 - July 2, 1868 || {{age in years and days|1799|10|16|1868|1|8}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1799|10|16|1868|1|8}}
|-
| January 8, 1868 || June 27, 1868 || [[Joshua Baker]] || [[Unionist Party (United States)|Unionist]] || Louisiana || March 23, 1799 || January 8, 1868 - June 27, 1868 || {{age in years and days|1799|3|23|1868|6|27}} || {{age in days|1799|3|23|1868|6|27}}
|-
| June 27, 1868 || July 2, 1868 || Isaac Murphy || Republican || Arkansas || October 16, 1799 || April 18, 1864 - July 2, 1868 || {{age in years and days|1799|10|16|1868|7|2}} || {{age in days|1799|10|16|1868|7|2}}
|-
| July 2, 1868 || January 6, 1869 || [[Henry H. Crapo]] || Republican || [[Michigan]] || May 24, 1804 || January 3, 1865 - January 6, 1869 || {{age in years and days|1804|5|24|1869|1|6}} || {{age in days|1804|5|24|1869|1|6}}
|-
| January 6, 1869 || February 25, 1869 || [[William Gannaway Brownlow]] || Republican || [[Tennessee]] || August 29, 1805 || April 5, 1865 - February 25, 1869 || {{age in years and days|1805|8|29|1869|2|25}} || {{age in days|1805|8|29|1869|2|25}}
|-
| February 25, 1869 || May 25, 1869<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Elisha M. Pease]] || Republican || [[Texas]] || January 3, 1812 || December 21, 1853 - December 21, 1857<br/>June 8, 1867 - September 30, 1869 || {{age in years and days|1812|1|3|1869|5|25}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1812|1|3|1869|5|25}}
|-
| May 25, 1869 || January 2, 1871<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Seth Padelford]] || Republican || Rhode Island || October 3, 1807 || May 25, 1869 - May 27, 1873 || {{age in years and days|1807|10|3|1871|1|2}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1807|10|3|1871|1|2}}
|-
| January 2, 1871 || October 3, 1872<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Lewis R. Bradley]] || Democratic || [[Nevada]] || February 18, 1805 || January 2, 1871 - January 6, 1879 || {{age in years and days|1805|2|18|1879|1|6}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1805|2|18|1879|1|6}}
|-
| October 3, 1872 || January 1, 1873<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Julius Converse]] || Republican || Vermont || December 17, 1798 || October 3, 1872 - October 8, 1874 || {{age in years and days|1798|12|17|1873|1|1}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1798|12|17|1873|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1873 || January 1, 1875 || [[John Adams Dix]] || Republican || New York || July 24, 1798 || January 1, 1873 - January 1, 1875 || {{age in years and days|1798|7|24|1875|1|1}} || {{age in days|1798|7|24|1875|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1875 || October 5, 1876 || [[Asahel Peck]] || Republican || Vermont || February 6, 1803 || October 8, 1874 - October 5, 1876 || {{age in years and days|1803|2|6|1876|10|5}} || {{age in days|1803|2|6|1876|10|5}}
|-
| October 5, 1876 || January 6, 1879 || Lewis R. Bradley || Democratic || Nevada || February 18, 1805 || January 2, 1871 - January 6, 1879 || {{age in years and days|1805|2|18|1879|1|6}} || {{age in days|1805|2|18|1879|1|6}}
|-
| January 6, 1879 || November 20, 1880 || [[James D. Williams]] || Democratic || [[Indiana]] || January 16, 1808 || January 8, 1877 - November 20, 1880 || {{age in years and days|1808|1|16|1880|11|20}} || {{age in days|1808|1|16|1880|11|20}}
|-
| November 20, 1880 || January 10, 1881 || [[John S. Phelps]] || Democratic || Missouri || December 22, 1814 || January 8, 1877 - January 10, 1881 || {{age in years and days|1814|12|22|1881|1|10}} || {{age in days|1814|12|22|1881|1|10}}
|-
| January 10, 1881 || November 4, 1882<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Oran M. Roberts]] || Democratic || Texas || July 9, 1815 || January 21, 1879 - January 16, 1883 || {{age in years and days|1815|7|9|1882|11|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1815|7|9|1882|11|4}}
|-
| November 4, 1882 || March 4, 1883 || [[Alexander H. Stephens]] || Democratic || [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]] || February 11, 1812 || November 4, 1882 - March 4, 1883 || {{age in years and days|1812|2|11|1883|3|4}} || {{age in days|1812|2|11|1883|3|4}}
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| March 4, 1883 || January 1, 1885 || [[Josiah Begole]] || Democratic || Michigan || January 20, 1815 || January 1, 1883 - January 1, 1885 || {{age in years and days|1815|1|20|1885|1|1}} || {{age in days|1815|1|20|1885|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1885 || March 27, 1885 || [[Robert Milligan McLane]] || Democratic || Maryland || June 29, 1815 || January 9, 1884 - March 27, 1885 || {{age in years and days|1815|6|29|1885|3|27}} || {{age in days|1815|6|29|1885|3|27}}
|-
| March 27, 1885 || June 4, 1885<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Edward A. O'Neal]] || Democratic || Alabama || September 20, 1818 || December 1, 1882 - December 1, 1886 || {{age in years and days|1818|9|20|1885|6|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1818|9|20|1885|6|4}}
|-
| June 4, 1885 || June 2, 1887 || [[Moody Currier]] || Republican || New Hampshire || April 22, 1806 || June 4, 1885 - June 2, 1887 || {{age in years and days|1806|4|22|1887|6|2}} || {{age in days|1806|4|22|1887|6|2}}
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| June 2, 1887 || December 15, 1887 || [[Joseph R. Bodwell]] || Republican || [[Maine]] || June 18, 1818 || January 5, 1887 - December 15, 1887 || {{age in years and days|1818|6|18|1887|12|15}} ||{{age in days|1818|6|18|1887|12|15}}
|-
| December 15, 1887 || January 2, 1889 || [[Sebastian Streeter Marble]] || Republican || Maine || March 1, 1817 || December 15, 1887 - January 2, 1889 || {{age in years and days|1817|3|1|1889|1|2}} || {{age in days|1817|3|1|1889|1|2}}
|-
| January 2, 1889 || February 8, 1892 || [[John Milton Thayer]] || Republican || [[Nebraska]] || January 24, 1820 || January 6, 1887 - February 8, 1892 || {{age in years and days|1820|1|24|1892|2|8}} || {{age in days|1820|1|24|1892|2|8}}
|-
| February 8, 1892 || January 9, 1893 || [[Elisha P. Ferry]] || Republican || [[Washington (U.S. state)|Washington]] || August 9, 1825 || November 11, 1889 - January 9, 1893 || {{age in years and days|1825|8|9|1893|1|9}} || {{age in days|1825|8|9|1893|1|9}}
|-
| January 9, 1893 || January 10, 1893 || [[John Long Routt]] || Republican || [[Colorado]] || April 25, 1826 || August 1, 1876 - January 14, 1879<br/>Janaury 13, 1891 - January 10, 1893 || {{age in years and days|1826|4|25|1893|1|10}} || {{age in days|1826|4|25|1893|1|10}}
|-
| January 10, 1893 || January 1, 1895<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Davis Hanson Waite]] || [[Populist Party (United States)|Populist]] || Colorado || April 9, 1825 || January 10, 1893 - January 8, 1895 || {{age in years and days|1825|4|9|1895|1|1}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1825|4|9|1895|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1895 || January 1, 1897 || [[Levi P. Morton]] || Republican || New York || May 16, 1824 || January 1, 1895 - January 1, 1897 || {{age in years and days|1824|5|16|1897|1|1}} || {{age in days|1824|5|16|1897|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1897 || January 21, 1897 || [[Peter Turney]] || Democratic || Tennessee || September 22, 1827 || January 16, 1893 - January 21, 1897 || {{age in years and days|1827|9|22|1897|1|21}} || {{age in days|1827|9|22|1897|1|21}}
|-
| January 21, 1897 || January 13, 1898 || [[Francis M. Drake]] || Republican || [[Iowa]] || December 30, 1830 || January 16, 1896 - January 13, 1898 || {{age in years and days|1830|12|30|1898|1|13}} || {{age in days|1830|12|30|1898|1|13}}
|-
| January 13, 1898 || January 4, 1899 || [[Lorrin A. Cooke]] || Republican || Connecticut || April 6, 1831 || January 6, 1897 - January 4, 1899 || {{age in years and days|1831|4|6|1899|1|4}} || {{age in days|1831|4|6|1899|1|4}}
|-
| January 4, 1899 || January 5, 1899 || [[George A. Ramsdell]] || Republican || New Hampshire || March 11, 1834 || January 7, 1897 - January 5, 1899 || {{age in years and days|1834|3|11|1899|1|5}} || {{age in days|1834|3|11|1899|1|5}}
|-
| January 5, 1899 || January 8, 1900 || [[Asa S. Bushnell (Governor)|Asa S. Bushnell]] || Republican || [[Ohio]] || September 16, 1834 || January 13, 1896 - January 8, 1900 || {{age in years and days|1834|9|16|1900|1|8}} || {{age in days|1834|9|16|1900|1|8}}
|-
| January 8, 1900 || October 25, 1902 || [[Allen D. Candler]] || Democratic || Georgia || November 4, 1834 || October 29, 1898 - October 25, 1902 || {{age in years and days|1834|11|4|1902|10|25}} || {{age in days|1834|11|4|1902|10|25}}
|-
| October 25, 1902 || October 6, 1904 || [[John G. McCullough]] || Republican || Vermont || September 16, 1835 || October 3, 1902 - October 6, 1904 || {{age in years and days|1835|9|16|1904|10|6}} || {{age in days|1835|9|16|1904|10|6}}
|-
| October 6, 1904 || January 1, 1905 || [[Aaron T. Bliss]] || Republican || Michigan || May 22, 1837 || January 1, 1901 - January 1, 1905 || {{age in years and days|1837|5|22|1905|1|1}} || {{age in days|1837|5|22|1905|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1905 || January 4, 1905 || [[Abiram Chamberlain]] || Republican || Connecticut || December 7, 1837 || January 7, 1903 - January 4, 1905 || {{age in years and days|1837|12|7|1905|1|4}} || {{age in days|1837|12|7|1905|1|4}}
|-
| January 4, 1905 || January 17, 1905<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Samuel W. Pennypacker]] || Republican || Pennsylvania || April 9, 1843 || January 30, 1903 - January 15, 1907 || {{age in years and days|1843|4|9|1905|1|17}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1843|4|9|1905|1|17}}
|-
| January 17, 1905 || June 18, 1906<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Preston Lea]] || Republican || Delaware || November 12, 1841 || January 17, 1905 - January 19, 1909 || {{age in years and days|1841|11|12|1906|6|18}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1841|11|12|1906|6|18}}
|-
| June 18, 1906 || January 11, 1909 || [[Andrew L. Harris]] || Republican || Ohio || November 17, 1835 || June 18, 1906 - January 11, 1909 || {{age in years and days|1835|11|17|1909|1|11}} || {{age in days|1835|11|17|1909|1|11}}
|-
| January 11, 1909 || January 19, 1909 || Preston Lea || Republican || Delaware || November 12, 1841 || January 17, 1905 - January 19, 1909 || {{age in years and days|1841|11|12|1909|1|19}} || {{age in days|1841|11|12|1909|1|19}}
|-
| January 19, 1909 || February 10, 1910<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Judson Harmon]] || Democratic || Ohio || February 3, 1846 || January 11, 1909 - January 13, 1913 || {{age in years and days|1846|2|3|1910|2|10}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1846|2|3|1910|2|10}}
|-
| February 10, 1910 || October 5, 1910<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[William Hodges Mann]] || Democratic || Virginia || July 30, 1843 || February 10, 1910 - February 1, 1914 || {{age in years and days|1843|7|30|1910|10|5}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1843|7|30|1910|10|5}}
|-
| October 5, 1910 || January 4, 1911<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[John A. Mead]] || Republican || Vermont || April 20, 1841 || October 5, 1910 - October 3, 1912 || {{age in years and days|1841|4|20|1911|1|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1841|4|20|1911|1|4}}
|-
| January 4, 1911 || December 12, 1911<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Simeon Eben Baldwin]] || Democratic || Connecticut || February 5, 1840 || January 4, 1911 - January 6, 1915 || {{age in years and days|1840|2|5|1911|12|12}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1840|2|5|1911|12|12}}
|-
| December 12, 1911 || December 7, 1915 || [[James B. McCreary]] || Democratic || Kentucky || July 8, 1838 || December 12, 1911 - December 7, 1915 || {{age in years and days|1838|7|8|1915|12|7}} || {{age in days|1838|7|8|1915|12|7}}
|-
| December 7, 1915 || January 5, 1921 || [[Marcus H. Holcomb]] || Republican || Connecticut || November 28, 1844 || January 6, 1915 - January 5, 1921 || {{age in years and days|1844|11|28|1921|1|5}} || {{age in days|1844|11|28|1921|1|5}}
|-
| January 5, 1921 || January 6, 1921 || [[Percival W. Clement]] || Republican || Vermont || July 7, 1846 || January 9, 1919 - January 6, 1921 || {{age in years and days|1846|7|7|1921|1|6}} || {{age in days|1846|7|7|1921|1|6}}
|-
| January 6, 1921 || January 11, 1921<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Albert O. Brown]] || Republican || New Hampshire || July 18, 1853 || January 6, 1921 - January 4, 1923 || {{age in years and days|1853|7|18|1921|1|11}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1853|7|18|1921|1|11}}
|-
| January 11, 1921 || January 15, 1921<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Thomas Chipman McRae]] || Democratic || Arkansas || December 21, 1851 ||January 11, 1921 - January 13, 1925 || {{age in years and days|1851|12|21|1921|1|15}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1851|12|21|1921|1|15}}
|-
| January 15, 1921 || January 16, 1923 || [[Alfred A. Taylor]] || Republican || Tennessee || August 6, 1848 || January 15, 1921 - January 16, 1923 || {{age in years and days|1848|8|6|1923|1|16}} || {{age in days|1848|8|6|1923|1|16}}
|-
| January 16, 1923 || January 13, 1925 || Thomas Chipman McRae || Democratic || Arkansas || December 21, 1851 ||January 11, 1921 - January 13, 1925 || {{age in years and days|1851|12|21|1925|1|13}} || {{age in days|1851|12|21|1925|1|13}}
|-
| January 13, 1925 || January 6, 1927<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Aram J. Pothier]] || Republican || Rhode Island || July 26, 1854 || January 5, 1909 - January 5, 1915<br/>January 6, 1925 - February 4, 1928 || {{age in years and days|1854|7|26|1927|1|6}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1854|7|26|1927|1|6}}
|-
| January 6, 1927 || January 8, 1931 || [[John E. Weeks]] || Republican || Vermont || June 14, 1853 || January 6, 1927 - January 8, 1931 || {{age in years and days|1853|6|14|1931|1|8}} || {{age in days|1853|6|14|1931|1|8}}
|-
| January 8, 1931 || June 27, 1931 || [[Lamartine Griffin Hardman]] || Democratic || Georgia || April 14, 1856 || June 25, 1927 - June 27, 1931 || {{age in years and days|1856|4|14|1931|6|27}} || {{age in days|1856|4|14|1931|6|27}}
|-
| June 27, 1931 || January 2, 1933 || [[George W. P. Hunt]] || Democratic || [[Arizona]] || November 1, 1859 || February 14, 1912 - January 1, 1917<br/>December 25, 1917 - January 6, 1919<br/>January 1, 1923 - January 7, 1929<br/>January 5, 1931 - January 2, 1933 || {{age in years and days|1859|11|1|1933|1|2}} || {{age in days|1859|11|1|1933|1|2}}
|-
| January 2, 1933 || January 10, 1933 || [[Billy Adams]] || Democratic || Colorado || February 15, 1861 || January 11, 1927 - January 10, 1933 || {{age in years and days|1861|2|15|1933|1|10}} || {{age in days|1861|2|15|1933|1|10}}
|-
| January 10, 1933 || January 4, 1939 || [[Wilbur Lucius Cross]] || Democratic || Connecticut || April 10, 1862 || January 7, 1931 - January 4, 1939 || {{age in years and days|1862|4|10|1939|1|4}} || {{age in days|1862|4|10|1939|1|4}}
|-
| January 4, 1939 || January 9, 1939 || [[Charles Martin (Oregon politician)|Charles H. Martin]] || Democratic || [[Oregon]] || October 1, 1863 || January 14, 1935 - January 9, 1939 || {{age in years and days|1863|10|1|1939|1|9}} || {{age in days|1863|10|1|1939|1|9}}
|-
| January 9, 1939 || March 16, 1939<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Richard C. McMullen]] || Democratic || Delaware || January 2, 1868 || January 19, 1937 - January 21, 1941 || {{age in years and days|1868|1|2|1939|3|16}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1868|1|2|1939|3|16}}
|-
| March 16, 1939 || January 1, 1941 || [[Luren Dickinson]] || Republican || Michigan || April 15, 1859 || March 16, 1939 - January 1, 1941 || {{age in years and days|1859|4|15|1941|1|1}} || {{age in days|1859|4|15|1941|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1941 || January 21, 1941 || Richard C. McMullen || Democratic || Delaware || January 2, 1868 || January 19, 1937 - January 21, 1941 || {{age in years and days|1868|1|2|1941|1|21}} || {{age in days|1868|1|2|1941|1|21}}
|-
| January 21, 1941 || January 4, 1943<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Matthew M. Neely]] || Democratic || [[West Virginia]] || November 9, 1874 || January 13, 1941 - January 15, 1945 || {{age in years and days|1874|11|9|1943|1|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1874|11|9|1943|1|4}}
|-
| January 4, 1943 || March 12, 1947 || [[Walter Samuel Goodland]] || Republican || [[Wisconsin]] || December 22, 1862 || January 4, 1943 - March 12, 1947 || {{age in years and days|1862|12|22|1947|3|12}} || {{age in days|1862|12|22|1947|3|12}}
|-
| March 12, 1947 || January 3, 1949<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Jim Nance McCord]] || Democratic || Tennessee || March 17, 1879 || January 16, 1945 - January 16, 1949 || {{age in years and days|1879|3|17|1949|1|3}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1879|3|17|1949|1|3}}
|-
| January 3, 1949 || January 1, 1951 || [[Arthur G. Crane]] || Republican || [[Wyoming]] || September 1, 1877 || January 3, 1949 - January 1, 1951 || {{age in years and days|1877|9|1|1951|1|1}} || {{age in days|1877|9|1|1951|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1951 || January 16, 1951 || [[James H. Duff]] || Republican || Pennsylvania || January 21, 1883 || January 21, 1947 - January 16, 1951 || {{age in years and days|1883|1|21|1951|1|16}} || {{age in days|1883|1|21|1951|1|16}}
|-
| January 16, 1951 || January 22, 1952<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[James Francis Byrnes]] || Democratic || [[South Carolina]] || May 2, 1882 || January 16, 1951 - January 18, 1955 || {{age in years and days|1882|5|2|1952|1|22}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1882|5|2|1952|1|22}}
|-
| January 22, 1952 || January 17, 1956 || [[Hugh L. White]] || Democratic || Mississippi || August 19, 1881 || January 26, 1936 - January 16, 1940<br/>January 22, 1952 - January 17, 1956 || {{age in years and days|1881|8|19|1956|1|17}} || {{age in days|1881|8|19|1956|1|17}}
|-
| January 17, 1956 || January 8, 1957 || [[Edwin C. Johnson]] || Democratic || Colorado || January 1, 1884 || January 10, 1933 - January 1, 1937<br/>January 11, 1955 - January 8, 1957 || {{age in years and days|1884|1|1|1957|1|8}} || {{age in days|1884|1|1|1957|1|8}}
|-
| January 8, 1957 || January 11, 1958 || [[Thomas B. Stanley]] || Democratic || Virginia || July 16, 1890 || January 20, 1954 - January 11, 1958 || {{age in years and days|1890|7|16|1958|1|11}} || {{age in days|1890|7|16|1958|1|11}}
|-
| January 11, 1958 || January 20, 1959<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[J. Hugo Aronson]] || Republican || [[Montana]] || September 1, 1891 || January 5, 1953 - January 2, 1961 || {{age in years and days|1891|9|1|1961|1|2}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1891|9|1|1961|1|2}}
|-
| January 20, 1959 || January 15, 1963 || [[David L. Lawrence]] || Democratic || Pennsylvania || June 18, 1889 || January 20, 1959 - January 15, 1963 || {{age in years and days|1889|6|18|1963|1|15}} || {{age in days|1889|6|18|1963|1|15}}
|-
| January 15, 1963 || January 25, 1967 || [[J. Millard Tawes]] || Democratic || Maryland || April 8, 1894 || January 14, 1959 - January 25, 1967 || {{age in years and days|1894|4|8|1967|1|25}} || {{age in days|1894|4|8|1967|1|25}}
|-
| January 25, 1967 || January 21, 1969 || [[Charles L. Terry, Jr.]] || Democratic || Delaware || September 17, 1900 || January 19, 1965 - January 21, 1969 || {{age in years and days|1900|9|17|1969|1|21}} || {{age in days|1900|9|17|1969|1|21}}
|-
| January 21, 1969 || January 4, 1973 || [[Deane C. Davis]] || Republican || Vermont || November 7, 1900 || January 9, 1969 - January 4, 1973 || {{age in years and days|1900|11|7|1973|1|4}} || {{age in days|1900|11|7|1973|1|4}}
|-
| January 4, 1973 || December 18, 1973 || [[Nelson Rockefeller]] || Republican || New York || July 8, 1908 || January 1, 1959 - December 18, 1973 || {{age in years and days|1908|7|8|1973|12|18}} || {{age in days|1908|7|8|1973|12|18}}
|-
| December 18, 1973 || December 2, 1974 || [[John A. Burns]] || Democratic || [[Hawaii]] || March 30, 1909 || December 3, 1962 - December 2, 1974 || {{age in years and days|1909|3|30|1974|12|2}} || {{age in days|1909|3|30|1974|12|2}}
|-
| December 2, 1974 || January 6, 1975 || [[Jack Williams (American politician)|Jack Richard Williams]] || Republican || Arizona || October 29, 1909 || January 2, 1967 - January 6, 1975 || {{age in years and days|1909|10|29|1975|1|6}} || {{age in days|1909|10|29|1975|1|6}}
|-
| January 6, 1975 || January 13, 1975<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Meldrim Thomson, Jr.]] || Republican || New Hampshire || March 8, 1912 || January 4, 1973 - January 4, 1979 || {{age in years and days|1912|3|8|1975|1|13}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1912|3|8|1975|1|13}}
|-
| January 13, 1975 || October 20, 1977<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Jim Rhodes]] || Republican || Ohio || September 13, 1909 || January 14, 1963 - January 11, 1971<br/>January 13, 1975 - January 10, 1983 || {{age in years and days|1909|9|13|1977|10|20}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1909|9|13|1977|10|20}}
|-
| October 20, 1977 || March 4, 1978 || [[Wesley Bolin]] || Democratic || Arizona || July 1, 1909 || October 20, 1977 - March 4, 1978 || {{age in years and days|1909|7|1|1978|3|4}} || {{age in days|1909|7|1|1978|3|4}}
|-
| March 4, 1978 || January 10, 1983 || Jim Rhodes || Republican || Ohio || September 13, 1909 || January 14, 1963 - January 11, 1971<br/>January 13, 1975 - January 10, 1983 || {{age in years and days|1909|9|13|1983|1|10}} || {{age in days|1909|9|13|1983|1|10}}
|-
| January 10, 1983 || January 18, 1983 || [[Bill Clements]] || Republican || Texas || April 13, 1917 || January 16, 1979 - January 18, 1983<br/>January 20, 1987 - January 15, 1991 || {{age in years and days|1917|4|13|1983|1|18}} || {{age in days|1917|4|13|1983|1|18}}
|-
| January 18, 1983 || January 20, 1987<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Robert D. Orr]] || Republican || Indiana || November 17, 1917 || January 12, 1981 - January 9, 1989 || {{age in years and days|1917|11|17|1987|1|20}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1917|11|17|1987|1|20}}
|-
| January 20, 1987 || January 15, 1991 || Bill Clements || Republican || Texas || April 13, 1917 || January 16, 1979 - January 18, 1983<br/>January 20, 1987 - January 15, 1991 || {{age in years and days|1917|4|13|1991|1|15}} || {{age in days|1917|4|13|1991|1|15}}
|-
| January 15, 1991 || December 5, 1994 || [[Wally Hickel]] || [[Alaskan Independence Party|Alaskan Independence]] || Alaska || August 18, 1919 || December 5, 1966 - January 24, 1969<br/>December 3, 1990 - December 5, 1994 || {{age in years and days|1919|8|18|1994|12|5}} || {{age in days|1919|8|18|1994|12|5}}
|-
| December 5, 1994 || January 3, 1995 || [[Bruce Sundlun]] || Democratic || Rhode Island || January 19, 1920 || January 1, 1991 - January 3, 1995 || {{age in years and days|1920|1|19|1995|1|3}} || {{age in days|1920|1|19|1995|1|3}}
|-
| January 3, 1995 || January 18, 1995 || [[William Donald Schaefer]] || Democratic || Maryland || November 2, 1921 || January 21, 1987 - January 18, 1995 || {{age in years and days|1921|11|2|1995|1|18}} || {{age in days|1921|11|2|1995|1|18}}
|-
| January 18, 1995 || January 13, 1997<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Phil Batt]] || Republican || [[Idaho]] || March 4, 1927 || January 2, 1995 - January 8, 1999 || {{age in years and days|1927|3|4|1997|1|13}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1927|3|4|1997|1|13}}
|-
| January 13, 1997 || January 15, 2001 || [[Cecil H. Underwood]] || Republican || West Virginia || November 5, 1922 || January 14, 1957 - January 16, 1961<br/>January 13, 1997 - January 15, 2001 || {{age in years and days|1922|11|5|2001|1|15}} || {{age in days|1922|11|5|2001|1|15}}
|-
| January 15, 2001 || September 13, 2003 || [[Frank O'Bannon]] || Democratic || Indiana || January 30, 1930 || January 13, 1997 - September 13, 2003 || {{age in years and days|1930|1|30|2003|9|13}} || {{age in days|1930|1|30|2003|9|13}}
|-
| September 13, 2003 || January 12, 2004 || [[Murphy J. Foster, Jr.]] || Republican || Louisiana || July 11, 1930 || January 8, 1996 - January 12, 2004 || {{age in years and days|1930|7|11|2004|1|12}} || {{age in days|1930|7|11|2004|1|12}}
|-
| January 12, 2004 || January 3, 2005 || [[Olene S. Walker]] || Republican || [[Utah]] || November 15, 1930 || November 5, 2003 - January 3, 2005 || {{age in years and days|1930|11|15|2005|1|3}} || {{age in days|1930|11|15|2005|1|3}}
|-
| January 3, 2005 || December 4, 2006 || [[Frank Murkowski]] || Republican || Alaska || March 28, 1933 || December 2, 2002 - December 4, 2006 || {{age in years and days|1933|3|28|2006|12|4}} || {{age in days|1933|3|28|2006|12|4}}
|-
| December 4, 2006 || January 20, 2009 || [[Ruth Ann Minner]] || Democratic || Delaware || January 17, 1935 || January 3, 2001 - January 20, 2009 || {{age in years and days|1935|1|17|2009|1|20}} || {{age in days|1935|1|17|2009|1|20}}
|-
| January 20, 2009 || January 3, 2011<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Ted Kulongoski]] || Democratic || Oregon || November 5, 1940 || January 13, 2003 - January 10, 2011 || {{age in years and days|1940|11|5|2011|1|3}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1940|11|5|2011|1|3}}
|-
| January 3, 2011 || || [[Jerry Brown]] || Democratic || [[California]] || April 7, 1938 || January 6, 1975 - January 3, 1983<br/>January 3, 2011 - in office || {{age in years and days|1938|4|7}} || {{age in days|1938|4|7}}
|}
 
====Women====
{|class=wikitable
! Begin date !! End date !! Name !! Party !! State !! Date of birth !! Service !! Years and days !! Days
|-
| January 5, 1925 || January 20, 1925<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Nellie Tayloe Ross]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || [[Wyoming]] || November 29, 1876 || January 5, 1927 - January 3, 1927 || {{age in years and days|1876|11|29|1925|1|20}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || 17583
|-
| January 20, 1925 || January 17, 1927 || [[Miriam A. Ferguson]] || Democratic || [[Texas]] || June 13, 1875 || January 20, 1925 - January 17, 1927<br/>January 17, 1933 - January 15, 1935 || {{age in years and days|1875|6|13|1927|1|17}} || 18845
|-
| January 17, 1927 || January 17, 1933 || ''none'' || || || || || ||
|-
| January 17, 1933 || January 15, 1935 || Miriam A. Ferguson || Democratic || Texas || June 13, 1875 || January 20, 1925 - January 17, 1927<br/>January 17, 1933 - January 15, 1935 || {{age in years and days|1875|6|13|1935|1|15}} || 21765
|-
| January 15, 1935 || January 16, 1967 || ''none'' || || || || || ||
|-
| January 16, 1967 || May 7, 1968 || [[Lurleen Wallace]] || Democratic || [[Alabama]] || September 19, 1926 || January 16, 1967 - May 7, 1968 || {{age in years and days|1926|9|19|1968|5|7}} || 15206
|-
| May 7, 1968 || January 8, 1975 || ''none'' || || || || || ||
|-
| January 8, 1975 || January 12, 1977<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Ella T. Grasso]] || Democratic || [[Connecticut]] || May 10, 1919 || January 8, 1975 - December 31, 1980 || {{age in years and days|1919|5|10|1977|1|12}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || 21067
|-
| January 12, 1977 || January 12, 1981 || [[Dixy Lee Ray]] || Democratic || [[Washington (U.S. state)|Washington]] || September 3, 1914 || January 12, 1977 - January 12, 1981 || {{age in years and days|1914|9|3|1981|1|12}} || 24238
|-
| January 12, 1981 || December 13, 1983 || ''none'' || || || || || ||
|-
| December 13, 1983 || January 10, 1985<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Martha Layne Collins]] || Democratic || [[Kentucky]] || December 7, 1936 || January 13, 1983 - December 8, 1987 || {{age in years and days|1936|12|7|1985|1|10}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || 17566
|-
| January 10, 1985 || April 4, 1988<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Madeleine M. Kunin]] || Democratic || [[Vermont]] || September 28, 1933 || January 10, 1985 - January 10, 1991 || {{age in years and days|1933|9|28|1988|4|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || 19912
|-
| April 4, 1988 || March 6, 1991 || [[Rose Mofford]] || Democratic || [[Arizona]] || June 10, 1922 || April 4, 1988 - March 6, 1991 || {{age in years and days|1922|6|10|1991|3|6}} || 25106
|-
| March 6, 1991 || January 9, 1995 || [[Joan Finney]] || Democratic || [[Kansas]] || February 12, 1925 || January 14, 1991 - January 9, 1995 || {{age in years and days|1925|2|12|1995|1|9}} || 25533
|-
| January 9, 1995 || January 17, 1995 || [[Ann Richards]] || Democratic || Texas || September 1, 1933 || January 15, 1991 - January 17, 1995 || {{age in years and days|1933|9|1|1995|1|17}} || 22418
|-
| January 17, 1995 || September 5, 1997<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Christine Todd Whitman]] || [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || [[New Jersey]] || September 26, 1946 ||January 18, 1994 - January 31, 2001 || {{age in years and days|1946|9|26|2001|1|31}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || 18607
|-
| September 5, 1997 || January 3, 2001<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Jane Dee Hull]] || Republican || Arizona || August 8, 1935 || September 5, 1997 - January 6, 2003 || {{age in years and days|1935|8|8|2001|1|3}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || 23890
|-
| January 3, 2001 || November 5, 2003<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Ruth Ann Minner]] || Democratic || [[Delaware]] || January 17, 1935 || January 3, 2001 - January 20, 2009 || {{age in years and days|1935|1|17|2003|11|5}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || 25129
|-
| November 5, 2003 || January 3, 2005 || [[Olene S. Walker]] || Republican || [[Utah]] || November 15, 1930 || November 5, 2003 - January 3, 2005 || {{age in years and days|1930|11|15|2005|1|3}} || 27078
|-
| January 3, 2005 || January 20, 2009 || Ruth Ann Minner || Democratic || Delaware || January 17, 1935 || January 3, 2001 - January 20, 2009 || {{age in years and days|1935|1|17|2009|1|20}} || 27032
|-
| January 20, 2009 || January 21, 2009<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Jodi Rell]] || Republican || Connecticut || June 16, 1946 || July 1, 2004 - January 5, 2011 || {{age in years and days|1946|6|16|2009|1|21}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || 22865
|-
| January 21, 2009 || || [[Jan Brewer]] || Republican || Arizona || September 26, 1944 || January 21, 2009 - in office || {{age in years and days|1944|9|26}} || {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
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|1944
|9
|26
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{|class=wikitable
! Begin date !! End date !! Name !! Party !! State !! Date of birth !! Service !! Years and days !! Days
|-
| December 7, 1787 || December 12, 1787<ref name="newstate"/> || [[Thomas Collins (governor)|Thomas Collins]] || [[Non-partisan]] || [[Delaware]] || 1732 || October 28, 1786 - March 29, 1789 || 56 years ca. || 20700 ca.
|-
| December 12, 1787 || November 5, 1788 || [[Benjamin Franklin]] || Non-partisan || [[Pennsylvania]] || January 17, 1706 || October 18, 1785 - November 5, 1788 || {{age in years and days|1706|1|17|1788|11|5}} || {{age in days|1706|1|17|1788|11|5}}
|-
| November 5, 1788 || July 25, 1790 || [[William Livingston]] || [[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]] || [[New Jersey]] || November 30, 1723 || August 31, 1776 - July 25, 1790 || {{age in years and days|1723|11|30|1790|7|25}} || {{age in days|1723|11|30|1790|7|25}}
|-
| July 25, 1790 || October 8, 1793<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Josiah Bartlett]] || [[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]] || [[New Hampshire]] || November 21, 1729 || June 5, 1790 - June 5, 1794 || {{age in years and days|1729|11|21|1793|10|8}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1729|11|21|1793|10|8}}
|-
| October 8, 1793 || June 2, 1797 || [[Samuel Adams]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Massachusetts]] || September 27, 1722 || October 8, 1793 - June 2, 1797 || {{age in years and days|1722|9|27|1797|6|2}} || {{age in days|1722|9|27|1797|6|2}}
|-
| June 2, 1797 || December 7, 1798 || [[Samuel Ashe]] || Democratic-Republican || [[North Carolina]] || March 24, 1725 || November 19, 1795 - December 7, 1798 || {{age in years and days|1725|3|24|1798|12|7}} || {{age in days|1725|3|24|1798|12|7}}
|-
| December 7, 1798 || June 7, 1799<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Jonathan Trumbull, Jr.]] || Federalist || [[Connecticut]] || March 26, 1740 || December 1, 1797 - August 7, 1809 || {{age in years and days|1740|3|26|1799|6|7}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1740|3|26|1799|6|7}}
|-
| June 7, 1799 || May 20, 1800 || [[Moses Gill]] || Non-partisan || Massachusetts || January 18, 1734 || June 7, 1799 - May 20, 1800 || {{age in years and days|1734|1|18|1800|5|20}} || {{age in days|1734|1|18|1800|5|20}}
|-
| May 20, 1800 || December 20, 1808 || [[Thomas McKean]] || Democratic-Republican || Pennsylvania || March 19, 1734 || December 17, 1799 - December 20, 1808 || {{age in years and days|1734|3|19|1808|12|20}} || {{age in days|1734|3|19|1808|12|20}}
|-
| December 20, 1808 || August 24, 1812 || [[Charles Scott (governor of Kentucky)|Charles Scott]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Kentucky]] || April 1739 || September 1, 1808 - August 24, 1812 || 73 years, 120 days ca. || 26800 ca.
|-
| August 24, 1812 || May 30, 1816 || [[Caleb Strong]] || Federalist || Massachusetts || January 9, 1745 || May 30, 1800 - May 29, 1807<br/>March 4, 1812 - May 30, 1816 || {{age in years and days|1745|1|9|1816|5|30}} || {{age in days|1745|1|9|1816|5|30}}
|-
| May 30, 1816 || September 5, 1816 || [[Isaac Shelby]] || Democratic-Republican || Kentucky || December 11, 1750 || June 4, 1792 - June 1, 1796<br/>August 24, 1812 - September 5, 1816 || {{age in years and days|1750|12|11|1816|9|5}} || {{age in days|1750|12|11|1816|9|5}}
|-
| September 5, 1816 || February 24, 1817<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[John Brooks (governor)|John Brooks]] || Federalist || Massachusetts || May 4, 1752 || May 30, 1816 - May 31, 1823 || {{age in years and days|1752|5|4|1817|2|24}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1752|5|4|1817|2|24}}
|-
| February 24, 1817 || June 30, 1817 || [[John Tayler]] || Democratic-Republican || [[New York]] || July 4, 1742 || February 24, 1817 - June 30, 1817 || {{age in years and days|1742|7|4|1817|6|30}} || {{age in days|1742|7|4|1817|6|30}}
|-
| June 30, 1817 || May 31, 1823 || John Brooks || Federalist || Massachusetts || May 4, 1752 || May 30, 1816 - May 31, 1823 || {{age in years and days|1752|5|4|1823|5|31}} || {{age in days|1752|5|4|1823|5|31}}
|-
| May 31, 1823 || December 16, 1823 || [[Joseph Hiester]] || Democratic-Republican || Pennsylvania || November 18, 1752 || December 19, 1820 - December 16, 1823 || {{age in years and days|1752|11|18|1823|12|16}} || {{age in days|1752|11|18|1823|12|16}}
|-
| December 16, 1823 || February 6, 1825 || [[William Eustis]] || Democratic-Republican || Massachusetts || June 10, 1753 || May 31, 1823 - February 6, 1825 || {{age in years and days|1753|6|10|1825|2|6}} || {{age in days|1753|6|10|1825|2|6}}
|-
| February 6, 1825 || May 2, 1827 || [[Oliver Wolcott, Jr.]] || [[Toleration Party |Toleration]] || Connecticut || January 11, 1760 || May 8, 1817 - May 2, 1827 || {{age in years and days|1760|1|11|1827|5|2}} || {{age in days|1760|1|11|1827|5|2}}
|-
| May 2, 1827 || June 7, 1827<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[William Branch Giles]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Virginia]] || August 12, 1762 || March 4, 1827 - March 4, 1830 || {{age in years and days|1762|8|12|1827|6|7}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1762|8|12|1827|6|7}}
|-
| June 7, 1827 || June 5, 1828 || [[Benjamin Pierce (governor)|Benjamin Pierce]] || Democratic-Republican || New Hampshire || December 25, 1757 || June 7, 1827 - June 5, 1828<br/>June 4, 1829 - June 3, 1830 || {{age in years and days|1757|12|25|1828|6|5}} || {{age in days|1757|12|25|1828|6|5}}
|-
| June 5, 1828 || June 4, 1829<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || William Branch Giles || Democratic-Republican || Virginia || August 12, 1762 || March 4, 1827 - March 4, 1830 || {{age in years and days|1762|8|12|1829|6|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1762|8|12|1829|6|4}}
|-
| June 4, 1829 || June 3, 1830 || Benjamin Pierce || Democratic-Republican || New Hampshire || December 25, 1757 || June 7, 1827 - June 5, 1828<br/>June 4, 1829 - June 3, 1830 || {{age in years and days|1757|12|25|1830|6|5}} || {{age in days|1757|12|25|1830|6|5}}
|-
| June 3, 1830 || December 18, 1830<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Samuel C. Crafts]] || [[National Republican Party (United States)|National Republican]] || [[Vermont]] || October 6, 1768 || October 10, 1828 - October 18, 1831 || {{age in years and days|1768|10|6|1831|10|18}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1768|10|6|1831|10|18}}
|-
| December 18, 1830 || December 6, 1832 || [[Montfort Stokes]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || North Carolina || March 12, 1762 || December 18, 1830 - December 6, 1832 || {{age in years and days|1762|3|12|1832|12|6}} || {{age in days|1762|3|12|1832|12|6}}
|-
| December 6, 1832 || January 15, 1833<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Samuel Dinsmoor]] || Democratic || New Hampshire || July 1, 1766 || June 2, 1831 - June 5, 1834 || {{age in years and days|1766|7|1|1834|6|5}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1766|7|1|1834|6|5}}
|-
| January 15, 1833 || May 9, 1836 || [[Caleb P. Bennett]] || Democratic || Delaware || November 11, 1758 || January 15, 1833 - May 9, 1836 || {{age in years and days|1758|11|11|1836|5|9}} || {{age in days|1758|11|11|1836|5|9}}
|-
| May 9, 1836 || July 17, 1837<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Thomas Veazey]] || [[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]] || [[Maryland]] || January 31, 1774 || January 14, 1836 - January 7, 1839 || {{age in years and days|1774|1|31|1839|1|7}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1774|1|31|1839|1|7}}
|-
| July 17, 1837 || November 30, 1837 || [[Hugh McVay]] || Democratic || [[Alabama]] || 1766 || July 17, 1837 - November 30, 1837 || 71 years, 150 days ca. || 26000 ca.
|-
| November 30, 1837 || January 7, 1839 || Thomas Veazey || Whig || Maryland || January 31, 1774 || January 14, 1836 - January 7, 1839 || {{age in years and days|1774|1|31|1839|1|7}} || {{age in days|1774|1|31|1839|1|7}}
|-
| January 7, 1839 || August 27, 1839 || [[James Clark (Kentucky)|James Clark]] || Whig || Kentucky || January 16, 1779 || August 31, 1836 - August 27, 1839 || {{age in years and days|1779|1|16|1839|8|27}} || {{age in days|1779|1|16|1839|8|27}}
|-
| August 27, 1839 || March 31, 1840 || [[David Campbell (Virginia)|David Campbell]] || Democratic || Virginia || August 7, 1779 || March 31, 1837 - March 31, 1840 || {{age in years and days|1779|8|7|1840|3|31}} || {{age in days|1779|8|7|1840|3|31}}
|-
| March 31, 1840 || January 19, 1841 || [[Cornelius P. Comegys]] || Whig || Delaware || January 15, 1780 || January 17, 1837 - January 19, 1841 || {{age in years and days|1780|1|15|1841|1|19}} || {{age in days|1780|1|15|1841|1|19}}
|-
| January 19, 1841 || May 2, 1843<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[William B. Cooper]] || Whig || Delaware || December 16, 1771 || January 19, 1841 - January 21, 1845 || {{age in years and days|1771|12|16|1843|5|2}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1771|12|16|1843|5|2}}
|-
| May 2, 1843 || May 6, 1845 || [[James Fenner]] || [[Law and Order Party of Rhode Island|Law and Order]] || [[Rhode Island]] || January 22, 1771 || May 6, 1807 - May 1, 1811<br/>May 5, 1824 - May 4, 1831<br/>May 2, 1843 - May 6, 1845 || {{age in years and days|1771|1|22|1845|5|6}} || {{age in days|1771|1|22|1845|5|6}}
|-
| May 6, 1845 || March 2, 1846 || [[Thomas Stockton]] || Whig || Delaware || April 1, 1781 || January 21, 1845 - March 2, 1846 || {{age in years and days|1781|4|1|1846|3|2}} || {{age in days|1781|4|1|1846|3|2}}
|-
| March 2, 1846 || May 3, 1846 || [[Joseph Maull]] || Whig || Delaware || September 6, 1781 || March 2, 1846 - May 3, 1846 || {{age in years and days|1781|9|6|1846|5|3}} || {{age in days|1781|9|6|1846|5|3}}
|-
| May 3, 1846 || September 6, 1848 || [[William Owsley]] || Whig || Kentucky || March 24, 1782 || September 4, 1844 - September 6, 1848 || {{age in years and days|1782|3|24|1848|9|6}} || {{age in days|1782|3|24|1848|9|6}}
|-
| September 6, 1848 || May 2, 1849 || [[Clark Bissell]] || Whig || Connecticut || September 7, 1782 || May 5, 1847 - May 2, 1849 || {{age in years and days|1782|9|7|1849|5|2}} || {{age in days|1782|9|7|1849|5|2}}
|-
| May 2, 1849 || May 4, 1850 || [[Joseph Trumbull (governor)|Joseph Trumbull]] || Whig || Connecticut || December 7, 1782 || May 2, 1849 - May 4, 1850 || {{age in years and days|1782|12|7|1850|5|4}} || {{age in days|1782|12|7|1850|5|4}}
|-
| May 4, 1850 || October 11, 1850<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Joseph Marshall Walker]] || Democratic || [[Louisiana]] || July 1, 1784 || January 28, 1850 - January 18, 1853 || {{age in years and days|1784|7|1|1850|10|11}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1784|7|1|1850|10|11}}
|-
| October 11, 1850 || October 1852 || [[Charles K. Williams]] || Whig || Vermont || January 24, 1782 || October 11, 1850 - October 1852 || 70 years, 260 days ca. || 25800 ca.
|-
| October 1852 || January 18, 1853 || Joseph Marshall Walker || Democratic || Louisiana || July 1, 1784 || January 28, 1850 - January 18, 1853 || {{age in years and days|1784|7|1|1853|1|18}} || {{age in days|1784|7|1|1853|1|18}}
|-
| January 18, 1853 || July 20, 1853 || [[Philip Allen (politician)|Philip Allen]] || Democratic || Rhode Island || September 1, 1785 || May 6, 1851 - July 20, 1853 || {{age in years and days|1785|9|1|1853|7|20}} || {{age in days|1785|9|1|1853|7|20}}
|-
| July 20, 1853 || October 3, 1853 || [[Thomas Brown (Florida politician)|Thomas Brown]] || Whig || [[Florida]] || October 24, 1785 || October 1, 1849 - October 3, 1853 || {{age in years and days|1785|10|24|1853|10|3}} || {{age in days|1785|10|24|1853|10|3}}
|-
| October 3, 1853 || October 13, 1853<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Joseph Johnson (Virginia politician)|Joseph Johnson]] || Democratic || Virginia || December 19, 1785 || January 16, 1852 - January 1, 1856 || {{age in years and days|1785|12|19|1856|10|13}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1785|12|19|1856|10|13}}
|-
| October 13, 1853 || May 3, 1854 || [[Charles H. Pond]] || Democratic || Connecticut || April 26, 1781 || October 13, 1853 - May 3, 1854 || {{age in years and days|1781|4|26|1854|5|3}} || {{age in days|1781|4|26|1854|5|3}}
|-
| May 3, 1854 || January 1, 1856 || Joseph Johnson || Democratic || Virginia || December 19, 1785 || January 16, 1852 - January 1, 1856 || {{age in years and days|1785|12|19|1856|1|1}} || {{age in days|1785|12|19|1856|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1856 || October 10, 1856 || [[Stephen Royce]] || [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || Vermont || August 12, 1787 || October 13, 1854 - October 10, 1856 || {{age in years and days|1787|8|12|1856|10|10}} || {{age in days|1787|8|12|1856|10|10}}
|-
| October 10, 1856 || January 1, 1857<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Ralph Metcalf]] || [[Know-Nothing movement|Know-Nothing]] || New Hampshire || November 21, 1798 || June 7, 1855 - June 4, 1857 || {{age in years and days|1798|11|21|1857|1|1}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1798|11|21|1857|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1857 || January 1, 1859 || [[John A. King]] || Republican || New York || January 3, 1788 || January 1, 1857 - January 1, 1859 || {{age in years and days|1788|1|3|1859|1|1}} || {{age in days|1788|1|3|1859|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1859 || January 18, 1859<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Hiland Hall]] || Republican || Vermont || July 20, 1795 || October 10, 1858 - October 12, 1860 || {{age in years and days|1795|7|20|1859|1|18}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1795|7|20|1859|1|18}}
|-
| January 18, 1859 || January 20, 1863 || [[William Burton (governor)|William Burton]] || Democratic || Delaware || October 16, 1789 || January 18, 1859 - January 20, 1863 || {{age in years and days|1789|10|16|1863|1|20}} || {{age in days|1789|10|16|1863|1|20}}
|-
| January 20, 1863 || June 3, 1863 || [[Nathaniel S. Berry]] || Republican || New Hampshire || September 1, 1796 || June 6, 1861 - June 3, 1863 || {{age in years and days|1796|9|1|1863|6|3}} || {{age in days|1796|9|1|1863|6|3}}
|-
| June 3, 1863 || January 1, 1864<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Hamilton Rowan Gamble]] || Republican || [[Missouri]] || November 29, 1798 || July 31, 1861 - January 31, 1864 || {{age in years and days|1798|11|29|1864|1|1}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1798|11|29|1864|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1864 || May 9, 1865 || [[William Smith (Virginia governor)]] || Democratic || Virginia || September 6, 1797 || January 1, 1846 - January 1, 1849<br/>January 1, 1864 - May 9, 1865 || {{age in years and days|1797|9|6|1865|5|9}} || {{age in days|1797|9|6|1865|5|9}}
|-
| May 9, 1865 || June 13, 1865<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Isaac Murphy]] || Republican || [[Arkansas]] || October 16, 1799 || April 18, 1864 - July 2, 1868 || {{age in years and days|1799|10|16|1865|6|13}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1799|10|16|1865|6|13}}
|-
| June 13, 1865 || October 16, 1865 || [[William L. Sharkey]] || Provisional || [[Mississippi]] || July 12, 1798 || June 13, 1865 - October 16, 1865 || {{age in years and days|1798|7|12|1865|10|16}} || {{age in days|1798|7|12|1865|10|16}}
|-
| October 16, 1865 || October 13, 1867 || [[Paul Dillingham]] || Republican || Vermont || August 10, 1799 || October 13, 1865 - October 13, 1867 || {{age in years and days|1799|8|10|1867|10|13}} || {{age in days|1799|8|10|1867|10|13}}
|-
| October 13, 1867 || January 8, 1868<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || Isaac Murphy || Republican || Arkansas || October 16, 1799 || April 18, 1864 - July 2, 1868 || {{age in years and days|1799|10|16|1868|1|8}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1799|10|16|1868|1|8}}
|-
| January 8, 1868 || June 27, 1868 || [[Joshua Baker]] || [[Unionist Party (United States)|Unionist]] || Louisiana || March 23, 1799 || January 8, 1868 - June 27, 1868 || {{age in years and days|1799|3|23|1868|6|27}} || {{age in days|1799|3|23|1868|6|27}}
|-
| June 27, 1868 || July 2, 1868 || Isaac Murphy || Republican || Arkansas || October 16, 1799 || April 18, 1864 - July 2, 1868 || {{age in years and days|1799|10|16|1868|7|2}} || {{age in days|1799|10|16|1868|7|2}}
|-
| July 2, 1868 || January 6, 1869 || [[Henry H. Crapo]] || Republican || [[Michigan]] || May 24, 1804 || January 3, 1865 - January 6, 1869 || {{age in years and days|1804|5|24|1869|1|6}} || {{age in days|1804|5|24|1869|1|6}}
|-
| January 6, 1869 || February 25, 1869 || [[William Gannaway Brownlow]] || Republican || [[Tennessee]] || August 29, 1805 || April 5, 1865 - February 25, 1869 || {{age in years and days|1805|8|29|1869|2|25}} || {{age in days|1805|8|29|1869|2|25}}
|-
| February 25, 1869 || May 25, 1869<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Elisha M. Pease]] || Republican || [[Texas]] || January 3, 1812 || December 21, 1853 - December 21, 1857<br/>June 8, 1867 - September 30, 1869 || {{age in years and days|1812|1|3|1869|5|25}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1812|1|3|1869|5|25}}
|-
| May 25, 1869 || January 2, 1871<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Seth Padelford]] || Republican || Rhode Island || October 3, 1807 || May 25, 1869 - May 27, 1873 || {{age in years and days|1807|10|3|1871|1|2}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1807|10|3|1871|1|2}}
|-
| January 2, 1871 || October 3, 1872<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Lewis R. Bradley]] || Democratic || [[Nevada]] || February 18, 1805 || January 2, 1871 - January 6, 1879 || {{age in years and days|1805|2|18|1879|1|6}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1805|2|18|1879|1|6}}
|-
| October 3, 1872 || January 1, 1873<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Julius Converse]] || Republican || Vermont || December 17, 1798 || October 3, 1872 - October 8, 1874 || {{age in years and days|1798|12|17|1873|1|1}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1798|12|17|1873|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1873 || January 1, 1875 || [[John Adams Dix]] || Republican || New York || July 24, 1798 || January 1, 1873 - January 1, 1875 || {{age in years and days|1798|7|24|1875|1|1}} || {{age in days|1798|7|24|1875|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1875 || October 5, 1876 || [[Asahel Peck]] || Republican || Vermont || February 6, 1803 || October 8, 1874 - October 5, 1876 || {{age in years and days|1803|2|6|1876|10|5}} || {{age in days|1803|2|6|1876|10|5}}
|-
| October 5, 1876 || January 6, 1879 || Lewis R. Bradley || Democratic || Nevada || February 18, 1805 || January 2, 1871 - January 6, 1879 || {{age in years and days|1805|2|18|1879|1|6}} || {{age in days|1805|2|18|1879|1|6}}
|-
| January 6, 1879 || November 20, 1880 || [[James D. Williams]] || Democratic || [[Indiana]] || January 16, 1808 || January 8, 1877 - November 20, 1880 || {{age in years and days|1808|1|16|1880|11|20}} || {{age in days|1808|1|16|1880|11|20}}
|-
| November 20, 1880 || January 10, 1881 || [[John S. Phelps]] || Democratic || Missouri || December 22, 1814 || January 8, 1877 - January 10, 1881 || {{age in years and days|1814|12|22|1881|1|10}} || {{age in days|1814|12|22|1881|1|10}}
|-
| January 10, 1881 || November 4, 1882<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Oran M. Roberts]] || Democratic || Texas || July 9, 1815 || January 21, 1879 - January 16, 1883 || {{age in years and days|1815|7|9|1882|11|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1815|7|9|1882|11|4}}
|-
| November 4, 1882 || March 4, 1883 || [[Alexander H. Stephens]] || Democratic || [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]] || February 11, 1812 || November 4, 1882 - March 4, 1883 || {{age in years and days|1812|2|11|1883|3|4}} || {{age in days|1812|2|11|1883|3|4}}
|-
| March 4, 1883 || January 1, 1885 || [[Josiah Begole]] || Democratic || Michigan || January 20, 1815 || January 1, 1883 - January 1, 1885 || {{age in years and days|1815|1|20|1885|1|1}} || {{age in days|1815|1|20|1885|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1885 || March 27, 1885 || [[Robert Milligan McLane]] || Democratic || Maryland || June 29, 1815 || January 9, 1884 - March 27, 1885 || {{age in years and days|1815|6|29|1885|3|27}} || {{age in days|1815|6|29|1885|3|27}}
|-
| March 27, 1885 || June 4, 1885<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Edward A. O'Neal]] || Democratic || Alabama || September 20, 1818 || December 1, 1882 - December 1, 1886 || {{age in years and days|1818|9|20|1885|6|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1818|9|20|1885|6|4}}
|-
| June 4, 1885 || June 2, 1887 || [[Moody Currier]] || Republican || New Hampshire || April 22, 1806 || June 4, 1885 - June 2, 1887 || {{age in years and days|1806|4|22|1887|6|2}} || {{age in days|1806|4|22|1887|6|2}}
|-
| June 2, 1887 || December 15, 1887 || [[Joseph R. Bodwell]] || Republican || [[Maine]] || June 18, 1818 || January 5, 1887 - December 15, 1887 || {{age in years and days|1818|6|18|1887|12|15}} ||{{age in days|1818|6|18|1887|12|15}}
|-
| December 15, 1887 || January 2, 1889 || [[Sebastian Streeter Marble]] || Republican || Maine || March 1, 1817 || December 15, 1887 - January 2, 1889 || {{age in years and days|1817|3|1|1889|1|2}} || {{age in days|1817|3|1|1889|1|2}}
|-
| January 2, 1889 || February 8, 1892 || [[John Milton Thayer]] || Republican || [[Nebraska]] || January 24, 1820 || January 6, 1887 - February 8, 1892 || {{age in years and days|1820|1|24|1892|2|8}} || {{age in days|1820|1|24|1892|2|8}}
|-
| February 8, 1892 || January 9, 1893 || [[Elisha P. Ferry]] || Republican || [[Washington (U.S. state)|Washington]] || August 9, 1825 || November 11, 1889 - January 9, 1893 || {{age in years and days|1825|8|9|1893|1|9}} || {{age in days|1825|8|9|1893|1|9}}
|-
| January 9, 1893 || January 10, 1893 || [[John Long Routt]] || Republican || [[Colorado]] || April 25, 1826 || August 1, 1876 - January 14, 1879<br/>Janaury 13, 1891 - January 10, 1893 || {{age in years and days|1826|4|25|1893|1|10}} || {{age in days|1826|4|25|1893|1|10}}
|-
| January 10, 1893 || January 1, 1895<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Davis Hanson Waite]] || [[Populist Party (United States)|Populist]] || Colorado || April 9, 1825 || January 10, 1893 - January 8, 1895 || {{age in years and days|1825|4|9|1895|1|1}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1825|4|9|1895|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1895 || January 1, 1897 || [[Levi P. Morton]] || Republican || New York || May 16, 1824 || January 1, 1895 - January 1, 1897 || {{age in years and days|1824|5|16|1897|1|1}} || {{age in days|1824|5|16|1897|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1897 || January 21, 1897 || [[Peter Turney]] || Democratic || Tennessee || September 22, 1827 || January 16, 1893 - January 21, 1897 || {{age in years and days|1827|9|22|1897|1|21}} || {{age in days|1827|9|22|1897|1|21}}
|-
| January 21, 1897 || January 13, 1898 || [[Francis M. Drake]] || Republican || [[Iowa]] || December 30, 1830 || January 16, 1896 - January 13, 1898 || {{age in years and days|1830|12|30|1898|1|13}} || {{age in days|1830|12|30|1898|1|13}}
|-
| January 13, 1898 || January 4, 1899 || [[Lorrin A. Cooke]] || Republican || Connecticut || April 6, 1831 || January 6, 1897 - January 4, 1899 || {{age in years and days|1831|4|6|1899|1|4}} || {{age in days|1831|4|6|1899|1|4}}
|-
| January 4, 1899 || January 5, 1899 || [[George A. Ramsdell]] || Republican || New Hampshire || March 11, 1834 || January 7, 1897 - January 5, 1899 || {{age in years and days|1834|3|11|1899|1|5}} || {{age in days|1834|3|11|1899|1|5}}
|-
| January 5, 1899 || January 8, 1900 || [[Asa S. Bushnell (Governor)|Asa S. Bushnell]] || Republican || [[Ohio]] || September 16, 1834 || January 13, 1896 - January 8, 1900 || {{age in years and days|1834|9|16|1900|1|8}} || {{age in days|1834|9|16|1900|1|8}}
|-
| January 8, 1900 || October 25, 1902 || [[Allen D. Candler]] || Democratic || Georgia || November 4, 1834 || October 29, 1898 - October 25, 1902 || {{age in years and days|1834|11|4|1902|10|25}} || {{age in days|1834|11|4|1902|10|25}}
|-
| October 25, 1902 || October 6, 1904 || [[John G. McCullough]] || Republican || Vermont || September 16, 1835 || October 3, 1902 - October 6, 1904 || {{age in years and days|1835|9|16|1904|10|6}} || {{age in days|1835|9|16|1904|10|6}}
|-
| October 6, 1904 || January 1, 1905 || [[Aaron T. Bliss]] || Republican || Michigan || May 22, 1837 || January 1, 1901 - January 1, 1905 || {{age in years and days|1837|5|22|1905|1|1}} || {{age in days|1837|5|22|1905|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1905 || January 4, 1905 || [[Abiram Chamberlain]] || Republican || Connecticut || December 7, 1837 || January 7, 1903 - January 4, 1905 || {{age in years and days|1837|12|7|1905|1|4}} || {{age in days|1837|12|7|1905|1|4}}
|-
| January 4, 1905 || January 17, 1905<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Samuel W. Pennypacker]] || Republican || Pennsylvania || April 9, 1843 || January 30, 1903 - January 15, 1907 || {{age in years and days|1843|4|9|1905|1|17}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1843|4|9|1905|1|17}}
|-
| January 17, 1905 || June 18, 1906<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Preston Lea]] || Republican || Delaware || November 12, 1841 || January 17, 1905 - January 19, 1909 || {{age in years and days|1841|11|12|1906|6|18}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1841|11|12|1906|6|18}}
|-
| June 18, 1906 || January 11, 1909 || [[Andrew L. Harris]] || Republican || Ohio || November 17, 1835 || June 18, 1906 - January 11, 1909 || {{age in years and days|1835|11|17|1909|1|11}} || {{age in days|1835|11|17|1909|1|11}}
|-
| January 11, 1909 || January 19, 1909 || Preston Lea || Republican || Delaware || November 12, 1841 || January 17, 1905 - January 19, 1909 || {{age in years and days|1841|11|12|1909|1|19}} || {{age in days|1841|11|12|1909|1|19}}
|-
| January 19, 1909 || February 10, 1910<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Judson Harmon]] || Democratic || Ohio || February 3, 1846 || January 11, 1909 - January 13, 1913 || {{age in years and days|1846|2|3|1910|2|10}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1846|2|3|1910|2|10}}
|-
| February 10, 1910 || October 5, 1910<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[William Hodges Mann]] || Democratic || Virginia || July 30, 1843 || February 10, 1910 - February 1, 1914 || {{age in years and days|1843|7|30|1910|10|5}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1843|7|30|1910|10|5}}
|-
| October 5, 1910 || January 4, 1911<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[John A. Mead]] || Republican || Vermont || April 20, 1841 || October 5, 1910 - October 3, 1912 || {{age in years and days|1841|4|20|1911|1|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1841|4|20|1911|1|4}}
|-
| January 4, 1911 || December 12, 1911<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Simeon Eben Baldwin]] || Democratic || Connecticut || February 5, 1840 || January 4, 1911 - January 6, 1915 || {{age in years and days|1840|2|5|1911|12|12}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1840|2|5|1911|12|12}}
|-
| December 12, 1911 || December 7, 1915 || [[James B. McCreary]] || Democratic || Kentucky || July 8, 1838 || December 12, 1911 - December 7, 1915 || {{age in years and days|1838|7|8|1915|12|7}} || {{age in days|1838|7|8|1915|12|7}}
|-
| December 7, 1915 || January 5, 1921 || [[Marcus H. Holcomb]] || Republican || Connecticut || November 28, 1844 || January 6, 1915 - January 5, 1921 || {{age in years and days|1844|11|28|1921|1|5}} || {{age in days|1844|11|28|1921|1|5}}
|-
| January 5, 1921 || January 6, 1921 || [[Percival W. Clement]] || Republican || Vermont || July 7, 1846 || January 9, 1919 - January 6, 1921 || {{age in years and days|1846|7|7|1921|1|6}} || {{age in days|1846|7|7|1921|1|6}}
|-
| January 6, 1921 || January 11, 1921<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Albert O. Brown]] || Republican || New Hampshire || July 18, 1853 || January 6, 1921 - January 4, 1923 || {{age in years and days|1853|7|18|1921|1|11}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1853|7|18|1921|1|11}}
|-
| January 11, 1921 || January 15, 1921<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Thomas Chipman McRae]] || Democratic || Arkansas || December 21, 1851 ||January 11, 1921 - January 13, 1925 || {{age in years and days|1851|12|21|1921|1|15}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1851|12|21|1921|1|15}}
|-
| January 15, 1921 || January 16, 1923 || [[Alfred A. Taylor]] || Republican || Tennessee || August 6, 1848 || January 15, 1921 - January 16, 1923 || {{age in years and days|1848|8|6|1923|1|16}} || {{age in days|1848|8|6|1923|1|16}}
|-
| January 16, 1923 || January 13, 1925 || Thomas Chipman McRae || Democratic || Arkansas || December 21, 1851 ||January 11, 1921 - January 13, 1925 || {{age in years and days|1851|12|21|1925|1|13}} || {{age in days|1851|12|21|1925|1|13}}
|-
| January 13, 1925 || January 6, 1927<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Aram J. Pothier]] || Republican || Rhode Island || July 26, 1854 || January 5, 1909 - January 5, 1915<br/>January 6, 1925 - February 4, 1928 || {{age in years and days|1854|7|26|1927|1|6}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1854|7|26|1927|1|6}}
|-
| January 6, 1927 || January 8, 1931 || [[John E. Weeks]] || Republican || Vermont || June 14, 1853 || January 6, 1927 - January 8, 1931 || {{age in years and days|1853|6|14|1931|1|8}} || {{age in days|1853|6|14|1931|1|8}}
|-
| January 8, 1931 || June 27, 1931 || [[Lamartine Griffin Hardman]] || Democratic || Georgia || April 14, 1856 || June 25, 1927 - June 27, 1931 || {{age in years and days|1856|4|14|1931|6|27}} || {{age in days|1856|4|14|1931|6|27}}
|-
| June 27, 1931 || January 2, 1933 || [[George W. P. Hunt]] || Democratic || [[Arizona]] || November 1, 1859 || February 14, 1912 - January 1, 1917<br/>December 25, 1917 - January 6, 1919<br/>January 1, 1923 - January 7, 1929<br/>January 5, 1931 - January 2, 1933 || {{age in years and days|1859|11|1|1933|1|2}} || {{age in days|1859|11|1|1933|1|2}}
|-
| January 2, 1933 || January 10, 1933 || [[Billy Adams]] || Democratic || Colorado || February 15, 1861 || January 11, 1927 - January 10, 1933 || {{age in years and days|1861|2|15|1933|1|10}} || {{age in days|1861|2|15|1933|1|10}}
|-
| January 10, 1933 || January 4, 1939 || [[Wilbur Lucius Cross]] || Democratic || Connecticut || April 10, 1862 || January 7, 1931 - January 4, 1939 || {{age in years and days|1862|4|10|1939|1|4}} || {{age in days|1862|4|10|1939|1|4}}
|-
| January 4, 1939 || January 9, 1939 || [[Charles Martin (Oregon politician)|Charles H. Martin]] || Democratic || [[Oregon]] || October 1, 1863 || January 14, 1935 - January 9, 1939 || {{age in years and days|1863|10|1|1939|1|9}} || {{age in days|1863|10|1|1939|1|9}}
|-
| January 9, 1939 || March 16, 1939<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Richard C. McMullen]] || Democratic || Delaware || January 2, 1868 || January 19, 1937 - January 21, 1941 || {{age in years and days|1868|1|2|1939|3|16}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1868|1|2|1939|3|16}}
|-
| March 16, 1939 || January 1, 1941 || [[Luren Dickinson]] || Republican || Michigan || April 15, 1859 || March 16, 1939 - January 1, 1941 || {{age in years and days|1859|4|15|1941|1|1}} || {{age in days|1859|4|15|1941|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1941 || January 21, 1941 || Richard C. McMullen || Democratic || Delaware || January 2, 1868 || January 19, 1937 - January 21, 1941 || {{age in years and days|1868|1|2|1941|1|21}} || {{age in days|1868|1|2|1941|1|21}}
|-
| January 21, 1941 || January 4, 1943<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Matthew M. Neely]] || Democratic || [[West Virginia]] || November 9, 1874 || January 13, 1941 - January 15, 1945 || {{age in years and days|1874|11|9|1943|1|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1874|11|9|1943|1|4}}
|-
| January 4, 1943 || March 12, 1947 || [[Walter Samuel Goodland]] || Republican || [[Wisconsin]] || December 22, 1862 || January 4, 1943 - March 12, 1947 || {{age in years and days|1862|12|22|1947|3|12}} || {{age in days|1862|12|22|1947|3|12}}
|-
| March 12, 1947 || January 3, 1949<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Jim Nance McCord]] || Democratic || Tennessee || March 17, 1879 || January 16, 1945 - January 16, 1949 || {{age in years and days|1879|3|17|1949|1|3}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1879|3|17|1949|1|3}}
|-
| January 3, 1949 || January 1, 1951 || [[Arthur G. Crane]] || Republican || [[Wyoming]] || September 1, 1877 || January 3, 1949 - January 1, 1951 || {{age in years and days|1877|9|1|1951|1|1}} || {{age in days|1877|9|1|1951|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 1951 || January 16, 1951 || [[James H. Duff]] || Republican || Pennsylvania || January 21, 1883 || January 21, 1947 - January 16, 1951 || {{age in years and days|1883|1|21|1951|1|16}} || {{age in days|1883|1|21|1951|1|16}}
|-
| January 16, 1951 || January 22, 1952<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[James Francis Byrnes]] || Democratic || [[South Carolina]] || May 2, 1882 || January 16, 1951 - January 18, 1955 || {{age in years and days|1882|5|2|1952|1|22}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1882|5|2|1952|1|22}}
|-
| January 22, 1952 || January 17, 1956 || [[Hugh L. White]] || Democratic || Mississippi || August 19, 1881 || January 26, 1936 - January 16, 1940<br/>January 22, 1952 - January 17, 1956 || {{age in years and days|1881|8|19|1956|1|17}} || {{age in days|1881|8|19|1956|1|17}}
|-
| January 17, 1956 || January 8, 1957 || [[Edwin C. Johnson]] || Democratic || Colorado || January 1, 1884 || January 10, 1933 - January 1, 1937<br/>January 11, 1955 - January 8, 1957 || {{age in years and days|1884|1|1|1957|1|8}} || {{age in days|1884|1|1|1957|1|8}}
|-
| January 8, 1957 || January 11, 1958 || [[Thomas B. Stanley]] || Democratic || Virginia || July 16, 1890 || January 20, 1954 - January 11, 1958 || {{age in years and days|1890|7|16|1958|1|11}} || {{age in days|1890|7|16|1958|1|11}}
|-
| January 11, 1958 || January 20, 1959<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[J. Hugo Aronson]] || Republican || [[Montana]] || September 1, 1891 || January 5, 1953 - January 2, 1961 || {{age in years and days|1891|9|1|1961|1|2}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1891|9|1|1961|1|2}}
|-
| January 20, 1959 || January 15, 1963 || [[David L. Lawrence]] || Democratic || Pennsylvania || June 18, 1889 || January 20, 1959 - January 15, 1963 || {{age in years and days|1889|6|18|1963|1|15}} || {{age in days|1889|6|18|1963|1|15}}
|-
| January 15, 1963 || January 25, 1967 || [[J. Millard Tawes]] || Democratic || Maryland || April 8, 1894 || January 14, 1959 - January 25, 1967 || {{age in years and days|1894|4|8|1967|1|25}} || {{age in days|1894|4|8|1967|1|25}}
|-
| January 25, 1967 || January 21, 1969 || [[Charles L. Terry, Jr.]] || Democratic || Delaware || September 17, 1900 || January 19, 1965 - January 21, 1969 || {{age in years and days|1900|9|17|1969|1|21}} || {{age in days|1900|9|17|1969|1|21}}
|-
| January 21, 1969 || January 4, 1973 || [[Deane C. Davis]] || Republican || Vermont || November 7, 1900 || January 9, 1969 - January 4, 1973 || {{age in years and days|1900|11|7|1973|1|4}} || {{age in days|1900|11|7|1973|1|4}}
|-
| January 4, 1973 || December 18, 1973 || [[Nelson Rockefeller]] || Republican || New York || July 8, 1908 || January 1, 1959 - December 18, 1973 || {{age in years and days|1908|7|8|1973|12|18}} || {{age in days|1908|7|8|1973|12|18}}
|-
| December 18, 1973 || December 2, 1974 || [[John A. Burns]] || Democratic || [[Hawaii]] || March 30, 1909 || December 3, 1962 - December 2, 1974 || {{age in years and days|1909|3|30|1974|12|2}} || {{age in days|1909|3|30|1974|12|2}}
|-
| December 2, 1974 || January 6, 1975 || [[Jack Williams (American politician)|Jack Richard Williams]] || Republican || Arizona || October 29, 1909 || January 2, 1967 - January 6, 1975 || {{age in years and days|1909|10|29|1975|1|6}} || {{age in days|1909|10|29|1975|1|6}}
|-
| January 6, 1975 || January 13, 1975<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Meldrim Thomson, Jr.]] || Republican || New Hampshire || March 8, 1912 || January 4, 1973 - January 4, 1979 || {{age in years and days|1912|3|8|1975|1|13}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1912|3|8|1975|1|13}}
|-
| January 13, 1975 || October 20, 1977<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Jim Rhodes]] || Republican || Ohio || September 13, 1909 || January 14, 1963 - January 11, 1971<br/>January 13, 1975 - January 10, 1983 || {{age in years and days|1909|9|13|1977|10|20}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1909|9|13|1977|10|20}}
|-
| October 20, 1977 || March 4, 1978 || [[Wesley Bolin]] || Democratic || Arizona || July 1, 1909 || October 20, 1977 - March 4, 1978 || {{age in years and days|1909|7|1|1978|3|4}} || {{age in days|1909|7|1|1978|3|4}}
|-
| March 4, 1978 || January 10, 1983 || Jim Rhodes || Republican || Ohio || September 13, 1909 || January 14, 1963 - January 11, 1971<br/>January 13, 1975 - January 10, 1983 || {{age in years and days|1909|9|13|1983|1|10}} || {{age in days|1909|9|13|1983|1|10}}
|-
| January 10, 1983 || January 18, 1983 || [[Bill Clements]] || Republican || Texas || April 13, 1917 || January 16, 1979 - January 18, 1983<br/>January 20, 1987 - January 15, 1991 || {{age in years and days|1917|4|13|1983|1|18}} || {{age in days|1917|4|13|1983|1|18}}
|-
| January 18, 1983 || January 20, 1987<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Robert D. Orr]] || Republican || Indiana || November 17, 1917 || January 12, 1981 - January 9, 1989 || {{age in years and days|1917|11|17|1987|1|20}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1917|11|17|1987|1|20}}
|-
| January 20, 1987 || January 15, 1991 || Bill Clements || Republican || Texas || April 13, 1917 || January 16, 1979 - January 18, 1983<br/>January 20, 1987 - January 15, 1991 || {{age in years and days|1917|4|13|1991|1|15}} || {{age in days|1917|4|13|1991|1|15}}
|-
| January 15, 1991 || December 5, 1994 || [[Wally Hickel]] || [[Alaskan Independence Party|Alaskan Independence]] || Alaska || August 18, 1919 || December 5, 1966 - January 24, 1969<br/>December 3, 1990 - December 5, 1994 || {{age in years and days|1919|8|18|1994|12|5}} || {{age in days|1919|8|18|1994|12|5}}
|-
| December 5, 1994 || January 3, 1995 || [[Bruce Sundlun]] || Democratic || Rhode Island || January 19, 1920 || January 1, 1991 - January 3, 1995 || {{age in years and days|1920|1|19|1995|1|3}} || {{age in days|1920|1|19|1995|1|3}}
|-
| January 3, 1995 || January 18, 1995 || [[William Donald Schaefer]] || Democratic || Maryland || November 2, 1921 || January 21, 1987 - January 18, 1995 || {{age in years and days|1921|11|2|1995|1|18}} || {{age in days|1921|11|2|1995|1|18}}
|-
| January 18, 1995 || January 13, 1997<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Phil Batt]] || Republican || [[Idaho]] || March 4, 1927 || January 2, 1995 - January 8, 1999 || {{age in years and days|1927|3|4|1997|1|13}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1927|3|4|1997|1|13}}
|-
| January 13, 1997 || January 15, 2001 || [[Cecil H. Underwood]] || Republican || West Virginia || November 5, 1922 || January 14, 1957 - January 16, 1961<br/>January 13, 1997 - January 15, 2001 || {{age in years and days|1922|11|5|2001|1|15}} || {{age in days|1922|11|5|2001|1|15}}
|-
| January 15, 2001 || September 13, 2003 || [[Frank O'Bannon]] || Democratic || Indiana || January 30, 1930 || January 13, 1997 - September 13, 2003 || {{age in years and days|1930|1|30|2003|9|13}} || {{age in days|1930|1|30|2003|9|13}}
|-
| September 13, 2003 || January 12, 2004 || [[Murphy J. Foster, Jr.]] || Republican || Louisiana || July 11, 1930 || January 8, 1996 - January 12, 2004 || {{age in years and days|1930|7|11|2004|1|12}} || {{age in days|1930|7|11|2004|1|12}}
|-
| January 12, 2004 || December 4, 2006 || [[Frank Murkowski]] || Republican || Alaska || March 28, 1933 || December 2, 2002 - December 4, 2006 || {{age in years and days|1933|3|28|2006|12|4}} || {{age in days|1933|3|28|2006|12|4}}
|-
| December 4, 2006 || January 1, 2007 || [[Kenny Guinn]] || Republican || Nevada || August 24, 1936 || January 4, 1999 - January 1, 2007 || {{age in years and days|1936|8|24|2007|1|1}} || {{age in days|1936|8|24|2007|1|1}}
|-
| January 1, 2007 || January 3, 2011<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Ted Kulongoski]] || Democratic || Oregon || November 5, 1940 || January 13, 2003 - January 10, 2011 || {{age in years and days|1940|11|5|2011|1|3}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1940|11|5|2011|1|3}}
|-
| January 3, 2011 || || [[Jerry Brown]] || Democratic || [[California]] || April 7, 1938 || January 6, 1975 - January 3, 1983<br/>January 3, 2011 - in office || {{age in years and days|1938|4|7}} || {{age in days|1938|4|7}}
|}
 
==List of oldest living==
 
===Senate===
 
{| class="wikitable"
! Begin Date !! End Date !! Name !! Party !! State !! Service !! Date of birth !! Years and days !! Days
|-
| March 4, 1789 || June 13, 1791<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref> || [[William Samuel Johnson]] || [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]] || [[Connecticut]] || March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1791 || October 7, 1727 || {{age in years and days|1727|10|7|1791|6|13}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref> || 23260
|-
| June 13, 1791 || July 23, 1793 || [[Roger Sherman]] || Pro-Administration || Connecticut || June 13, 1791 - July 23, 1793 || April 19, 1721 || {{age in years and days|1721|4|19|1793|7|23}} || 26302
|-
| July 23, 1793 || November 14, 1819 || William Samuel Johnson || Pro-Administration || Connecticut || March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1791 || October 7, 1727 || {{age in years and days|1727|10|7|1819|11|14}} || 33640
|-
| November 14, 1819 || June 1, 1832 || [[Thomas Sumter]] || [[Anti-Administration]]<br/>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]] || [[South Carolina]] || December 15, 1801 - December 16, 1810 || August 14, 1734 || {{age in years and days|1734|8|14|1832|6|1}} || 35720
|-
| June 1, 1832 || November 14, 1832 || [[Charles Carroll of Carrollton]] || Pro-Administration || [[Maryland]] || March 4, 1789 - November 30, 1792 || September 19, 1737 || {{age in years and days|1737|9|19|1832|11|14}} || 34754
|-
| November 14, 1832 || March 7, 1838 || [[Paine Wingate]] || Anti-Administration || [[New Hampshire]] || March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1793 || May 14, 1739 || {{age in years and days|1739|5|14|1838|3|7}} || 36101
|-
| March 7, 1838 || April 22, 1839 || [[Samuel Smith (Maryland)|Samuel Smith]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Maryland || March 4, 1793 - March 4, 1815<br/>January 31, 1816 - March 4, 1833 || July 27, 1752 || {{age in years and days|1752|7|27|1839|4|22}} || 31679
|-
| April 22, 1839 || February 13, 1843 || [[Nathaniel Chipman]] || [[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]] || [[Vermont]] || October 17, 1797 - March 4, 1803 || November 15, 1752 || {{age in years and days|1752|11|15|1843|2|13}} || 32961
|-
| February 13, 1843 || February 25, 1845 || [[Asher Robbins]] || [[National Republican Party (United States)|National Republican]]<br/>[[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]] || [[Rhode Island]] || October 31, 1825 - March 4, 1839 || October 26, 1757 || {{age in years and days|1757|10|26|1845|2|25}} || 31898
|-
| February 25, 1845 || December 22, 1850 || [[William Plumer]] || Federalist || New Hampshire || June 17, 1802 - March 4, 1807 || June 25, 1759 || {{age in years and days|1759|6|25|1850|12|22}} || 33417
|-
| December 22, 1850 || April 12, 1851 || [[David Daggett]] || Federalist || Connecticut || May 13, 1813 - March 4, 1819 || December 31, 1764 || {{age in years and days|1764|12|31|1851|4|12}} || 31512
|-
| April 12, 1851 || October 14, 1853 || [[Elisha Mathewson]] || Democratic-Republican || Rhode Island || October 26, 1807 - March 4, 1811 || April 18, 1767 || {{age in years and days|1767|4|18|1853|10|14}} || 31590
|-
| October 14, 1853 || November 19, 1853 || [[Samuel C. Crafts]] || Whig || Vermont || April 23, 1842 - March 4, 1843 || October 6, 1768 || {{age in years and days|1768|10|6|1853|11|19}} || 31089
|-
| November 19, 1853 || July 24, 1854 || [[Jonathan Roberts (politician)|Jonathan Roberts]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Pennsylvania]] || February 24, 1814 - March 4, 1821 || August 16, 1771 || {{age in years and days|1771|8|16|1854|7|24}} || 30292
|-
| July 24, 1854 || April 20, 1857 || [[Benjamin Tappan]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || [[Ohio]] || March 4, 1839 - March 4, 1845 || May 25, 1773 || {{age in years and days|1773|5|25|1857|4|20}} || 30645
|-
| April 20, 1857 || May 6, 1860 || [[Littleton Waller Tazewell]] || Democratic-Republican<br/>Democratic || [[Virginia]] || December 7, 1824 - July 16, 1832 || December 17, 1774 || {{age in years and days|1774|12|17|1860|5|6}} || 31186
|-
| May 6, 1860 || June 23, 1865 || [[William Wilkins (U.S. politician)|William Wilkins]] || Democratic || Pennsylvania || March 4, 1831 - June 30, 1834 || December 20, 1779 || {{age in years and days|1779|12|20|1865|6|23}} || 31231
|-
| June 23, 1865 || June 19, 1867 || [[Henry Dodge]] || Democratic || [[Wisconsin]] || June 8, 1848 - March 4, 1857 || October 12, 1782 || {{age in years and days|1782|10|12|1867|6|19}} || 30930
|-
| June 19, 1867 || December 28, 1870 || [[Wilson Lumpkin]] || Democratic || [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]] || November 22, 1837 - March 4, 1841 || January 14, 1783 || {{age in years and days|1783|1|14|1870|12|28}} || 32124
|-
| December 28, 1870 || June 20, 1874 || [[John Ruggles]] || Democratic || [[Maine]] || January 20, 1835 - March 4, 1841 || October 8, 1789 || {{age in years and days|1789|10|8|1874|6|20}} || 30935
|-
| June 20, 1874 || July 3, 1878 || [[Daniel Sturgeon]] || Democratic || Pennsylvania || January 14, 1840 - March 4, 1851 || October 27, 1789 || {{age in years and days|1789|10|27|1878|7|3}} || 32390
|-
| July 3, 1878 || September 16, 1887 || [[Joseph Cilley (senator)|Joseph Cilley]] || Democratic || New Hampshire || June 13, 1846 - March 4, 1847 || January 4, 1791 || {{age in years and days|1791|1|4|1887|9|16}} || 35318
|-
| September 16, 1887 || June 26, 1889 || [[Simon Cameron]] || Democratic<br/>[[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || Pennsylvania || March 13, 1845 - March 4, 1849<br/>March 4, 1857 - March 4, 1861<br/>March 4, 1867 - March 12, 1877 || March 8, 1799 || {{age in years and days|1799|3|8|1889|6|26}} || 32982
|-
| June 26, 1889 || April 4, 1893 || [[David Meriwether (senator)|David Meriwether]] || Democratic || Kentucky || July 6, 1852 - August 31, 1852 || October 30, 1800 || {{age in years and days|1800|10|30|1893|4|4}} || 33759
|-
| April 4, 1893 || January 6, 1901 || [[James W. Bradbury]] || Democratic || Maine || March 4, 1847 - March 4, 1853 || June 10, 1802 || {{age in years and days|1802|6|10|1901|1|6}} || 36004
|-
| January 6, 1901 || October 7, 1906 || [[Daniel T. Jewett]] || Republican || [[Missouri]] || December 19, 1870 - January 20, 1871 || September 14, 1807 || {{age in years and days|1807|9|14|1901|1|6}} || 34082
|-
| October 7, 1906 || July 27, 1907 || [[Edmund Pettus]] || Democratic || [[Alabama]] || March 4, 1897 - July 27, 1907 || July 6, 1821 || {{age in years and days|1821|7|6|1907|7|27}} || 31431
|-
| July 27, 1907 || January 10, 1909 || [[John Conness]] || Republican || [[California]] || March 4, 1863 - March 4, 1869 || September 22, 1821 ||{{age in years and days|1821|9|22|1909|1|10}} || 31886
|-
| January 10, 1909 || November 3, 1924 || [[Cornelius Cole]] || Republican || California || March 4, 1867 - March 4, 1873 || September 17, 1822 || {{age in years and days|1822|9|17|1924|11|3}} || 37302
|-
| November 3, 1924 || April 5, 1928 || [[Chauncey Depew]] || Republican || [[New York]] || March 4, 1899 - March 4, 1911 || April 23, 1834 || {{age in years and days|1834|4|23|1928|4|5}} || 34315
|-
| April 5, 1928 || January 24, 1930 || [[Rebecca Latimer Felton]] || Democratic || Georgia || October 3, 1922 - November 22, 1922 || June 10, 1835 || {{age in years and days|1835|6|10|1930|1|24}} || 34561
|-
| January 24, 1930 || April 12, 1933 || [[Adelbert Ames]] || Republican || [[Mississippi]] || February 24, 1870 - January 4, 1874 || October 31, 1835 || {{age in years and days|1835|10|31|1933|4|12}} || 35592
|-
| April 12, 1933 || February 7, 1937 || [[Elihu Root]] || Republican || New York || March 4, 1909 - March 4, 1915 || February 15, 1845 || {{age in years and days|1845|2|15|1937|2|7}} || 33594
|-
| February 7, 1937 || January 26, 1938 || [[Newell Sanders]] || Republican || [[Tennessee]] || April 11, 1912 - January 24, 1913 || July 12, 1850 || {{age in years and days|1850|7|12|1938|1|26}} || 31974
|-
| January 26, 1938 || July 24, 1938 || [[Obadiah Gardner]] || Democratic || Maine || September 23, 1911 - March 4, 1913 || September 13, 1852 || {{age in years and days|1852|9|13|1938|7|24}} || 31359
|-
| July 24, 1938 || April 30, 1940 || [[Furnifold McLendel Simmons]] || Democratic || [[North Carolina]] || March 4, 1901 - March 4, 1931 || January 20, 1854 || {{age in years and days|1854|1|20|1940|4|30}} || 31511
|-
| April 30, 1940 || April 21, 1941<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Fountain L. Thompson]] || Democratic || [[North Dakota]] || November 10, 1909 - January 31, 1910 || November 18, 1854 || {{age in years and days|1854|11|18|1941|4|21}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || 31565
|-
| April 21, 1941 || June 26, 1941 || [[Andrew Jackson Houston]] || Democratic || [[Texas]] || April 21, 1941 - June 26, 1941 || June 21, 1854 || {{age in years and days|1854|6|21|1941|6|26}} || 31781
|-
| June 26, 1941 || February 4, 1942 || Fountain L. Thompson || Democratic || North Dakota || November 10, 1909 - January 31, 1910 || November 18, 1854 || {{age in years and days|1854|11|18|1942|2|4}} || 31854
|-
| February 4, 1942 || July 19, 1947 || [[Robert Latham Owen]] || Democratic || [[Oklahoma]] || December 11, 1907 - March 4, 1925 || February 2, 1856 || {{age in years and days|1856|2|2|1947|7|19}} || 33404
|-
| July 19, 1947 || July 27, 1954 || [[Joseph E. Ransdell]] || Democratic || [[Louisiana]] || March 4, 1913 - March 4, 1931 || October 7, 1858 || {{age in years and days|1858|10|7|1954|7|27}} || 34991
|-
| July 27, 1954 || March 1, 1958 || [[Lawrence C. Phipps]] || Republican || [[Colorado]] || March 4, 1919 - March 4, 1931 || August 30, 1862 || {{age in years and days|1862|8|30|1958|3|1}} || 34881
|-
| March 1, 1958 || March 3, 1961 || [[Joseph R. Grundy]] || Republican || Pennsylvania || December 11, 1929 - December 1, 1930 || January 13, 1863 || {{age in years and days|1863|1|13|1961|3|3}} || 35843
|-
| March 3, 1961 || May 24, 1961 || [[George W. Pepper]] || Republican || Pennsylvania || January 9, 1922 - March 4, 1927 || March 16, 1867 || {{age in years and days|1867|3|16|1961|5|24}} || 34402
|-
| May 24, 1961 || May 19, 1966 || [[Theodore F. Green]] || Democratic || Rhode Island || January 3, 1937 - January 3, 1961 || October 2, 1867 || {{age in years and days|1867|10|2|1966|5|19}} || 36023
|-
| May 19, 1966 || December 28, 1972 || [[John N. Heiskell]] || Democratic || [[Arkansas]] || January 6, 1913 - January 29, 1913 || November 2, 1872 || {{age in years and days|1872|11|2|1972|12|28}} || 36580
|-
| December 28, 1972 || July 29, 1974 || [[George L. P. Radcliffe]] || Democratic || Maryland || January 3, 1935 - January 3, 1947 || August 22, 1877 || {{age in years and days|1877|8|22|1974|7|29}} || 35404
|-
| July 29, 1974 || April 14, 1977 || [[John Gerald Milton]] || Democratic || [[New Jersey]] || January 18, 1938 - November 8, 1938 || January 21, 1881 || {{age in years and days|1881|1|21|1977|4|14}} || 35146
|-
| April 14, 1977 || May 15, 1983 || [[Hall S. Lusk]] || Democratic || [[Oregon]] || March 16, 1960 - November 8, 1960 || September 21, 1883 || {{age in years and days|1883|9|21|1983|5|15}} || 36395
|-
| May 15, 1983 || December 1, 1984 || [[Stephen M. Young]] || Democratic || Ohio || January 3, 1959 - January 3, 1971 || May 4, 1889 || {{age in years and days|1889|5|4|1984|12|1}} || 34909
|-
| December 1, 1984 || March 20, 1988 || [[Samuel W. Reynolds]] || Republican || [[Nebraska]] || July 3, 1954 - November 7, 1954 || August 11, 1890 || {{age in years and days|1890|8|11|1988|3|20}} || 35650
|-
| March 20, 1988 || March 14, 1989 || [[Gladys Pyle]] || Republican || [[South Dakota]] || November 9, 1938 - January 3, 1939 || October 4, 1890 || {{age in years and days|1890|10|4|1989|3|14}} || 35955
|-
| March 14, 1989 || September 23, 1992 || [[Frank P. Briggs]] || Democratic || Missouri || January 18, 1945 - January 3, 1947 || February 25, 1894 || {{age in years and days|1894|2|25|1992|9|23}} || 36004
|-
| September 23, 1992 || June 10, 1993 || [[Milward L. Simpson]] || Republican || [[Wyoming]] || November 6, 1962 - January 3, 1967 || November 12, 1897 || {{age in years and days|1897|11|12|1993|6|10}} || 34908
|-
| June 10, 1993 || May 29, 1995 || [[Margaret Chase Smith]] || Republican || Maine || January 3, 1949 - January 3, 1973 || December 14, 1897 || {{age in years and days|1897|12|14|1995|5|29}} || 35594
|-
| May 29, 1995 || May 8, 1998 || [[Jennings Randolph]] || Democratic || [[West Virginia]] || November 5, 1958 - January 3, 1985 || March 8, 1902 || {{age in years and days|1902|3|8|1998|5|8}} || 35125
|-
| May 8, 1998 || June 26, 2003 || [[Strom Thurmond]] || Democratic<br/>Republican || South Carolina || December 24, 1954 - April 4, 1956<br/>November 7, 1956 - January 3, 2003 || December 5, 1902 || {{age in years and days|1902|12|5|2003|6|26}} || 36728
|-
| June 26, 2003 || August 18, 2004 || [[Hiram Fong]] || Republican || [[Hawaii]] || August 21, 1959 - January 3, 1977 || October 15, 1906 || {{age in years and days|1906|10|15|2004|8|18}} || 35737
|-
| August 18, 2004 || October 20, 2009 || [[Clifford Hansen]] || Republican || Wyoming || January 3, 1967 - December 31, 1978 || October 16, 1912 || {{age in years and days|1912|10|16|2009|10|20}} || 35433
|-
| October 20, 2009 || July 30, 2013 || [[Harry F. Byrd, Jr.]] || Democratic<br/>[[Independent Democrat]] || Virginia || November 12, 1965 - January 3, 1983 || December 20, 1914 || {{age in years and days|1914|12|20|2013|7|30}} || 36017
|-
| July 30, 2013 || || [[Edward Brooke]] || Republican || [[Massachusetts]] || January 3, 1967 - January 3, 1979 || October 26, 1919 || {{age in years and days|1919|10|26}} || {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
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|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
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|10
|26
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}}
|}
 
====Women====
 
{| class="wikitable"
! Begin Date !! End Date !! Name !! Party !! State !! Service !! Date of birth !! Years and days !! Days
|-
| October 3, 1922 || January 24, 1930 || [[Rebecca Latimer Felton]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || [[Georgia (U.S. state|Georgia]] || October 3, 1922 - November 22, 1922 || June 10, 1835 || {{age in years and days|1835|6|10|1930|1|24}} || 34561
|-
| January 24, 1930 || December 9, 1931 || <i>none</i> || || || || || ||
|-
| December 9, 1931 || December 21, 1950 || [[Hattie Caraway]] || Democratic || [[Arkansas]] || December 9, 1931 - January 3, 1945 || February 1, 1878 || {{age in years and days|1878|2|1|1950|12|21}} || 26620
|-
| December 21, 1950 || January 21, 1965 || [[Dixie Bibb Graves]] || Democratic || [[Alabama]] || August 20, 1937 - January 10, 1938 || July 26, 1882 || {{age in years and days|1882|7|26|1965|1|21}} || 30129
|-
| January 21, 1965 || July 30, 1966 || [[Hazel Abel]] || [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || [[Nebraska]] || November 8, 1954 - December 31, 1954 || July 10, 1888 || {{age in years and days|1888|7|10|1966|7|30}} || 28508
|-
| July 30, 1966 || April 16, 1976 || [[Vera C. Bushfield]] || Republican || [[South Dakota]] || October 6, 1948 - December 26, 1948 || August 9, 1889 || {{age in years and days|1889|8|9|1976|4|16}} || 31661
|-
| April 16, 1976 || March 14, 1989 || [[Gladys Pyle]] || Republican || South Dakota || November 9, 1938 - January 3, 1939 || October 4, 1890 || {{age in years and days|1890|10|4|1989|3|14}} || 35955
|-
| March 14, 1989 || May 29, 1995 || [[Margaret Chase Smith]] || Republican || [[Maine]] || January 3, 1949 - January 3, 1973 || December 14, 1897 || {{age in years and days|1897|12|14|1995|5|29}} || 35594
|-
| May 29, 1995 || February 22, 2000 || [[Maurine Brown Neuberger]] || Democratic || [[Oregon]] || November 9, 1960 - January 3, 1967 || January 9, 1907 || {{age in years and days|1907|1|9|2000|2|22}} || 34012
|-
| February 22, 2000 || || [[Jocelyn Burdick]] || Democratic || [[North Dakota]] || September 16, 1992 - December 14, 1992 || February 6, 1922 || {{age in years and days|1922|2|6}} || {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
}}
-{{JULIANDAY
|1922
|2
|6
}}
}}
|}
 
====Men====
 
{| class="wikitable"
! Begin Date !! End Date !! Name !! Party !! State !! Service !! Date of birth !! Years and days !! Days
|-
| March 4, 1789 || June 13, 1791<ref name="oldercolleague"></ref> || [[William Samuel Johnson]] || [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]] || [[Connecticut]] || March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1791 || October 7, 1727 || {{age in years and days|1727|10|7|1791|6|13}}<ref name="lossofrecord"></ref> || 23260
|-
| June 13, 1791 || July 23, 1793 || [[Roger Sherman]] || Pro-Administration || Connecticut || June 13, 1791 - July 23, 1793 || April 19, 1721 || {{age in years and days|1721|4|19|1793|7|23}} || 26302
|-
| July 23, 1793 || November 14, 1819 || William Samuel Johnson || Pro-Administration || Connecticut || March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1791 || October 7, 1727 || {{age in years and days|1727|10|7|1819|11|14}} || 33640
|-
| November 14, 1819 || June 1, 1832 || [[Thomas Sumter]] || [[Anti-Administration]]<br/>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]] || [[South Carolina]] || December 15, 1801 - December 16, 1810 || August 14, 1734 || {{age in years and days|1734|8|14|1832|6|1}} || 35720
|-
| June 1, 1832 || November 14, 1832 || [[Charles Carroll of Carrollton]] || Pro-Administration || [[Maryland]] || March 4, 1789 - November 30, 1792 || September 19, 1737 || {{age in years and days|1737|9|19|1832|11|14}} || 34754
|-
| November 14, 1832 || March 7, 1838 || [[Paine Wingate]] || Anti-Administration || [[New Hampshire]] || March 4, 1789 - March 4, 1793 || May 14, 1739 || {{age in years and days|1739|5|14|1838|3|7}} || 36101
|-
| March 7, 1838 || April 22, 1839 || [[Samuel Smith (Maryland)|Samuel Smith]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Maryland || March 4, 1793 - March 4, 1815<br/>January 31, 1816 - March 4, 1833 || July 27, 1752 || {{age in years and days|1752|7|27|1839|4|22}} || 31679
|-
| April 22, 1839 || February 13, 1843 || [[Nathaniel Chipman]] || [[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]] || [[Vermont]] || October 17, 1797 - March 4, 1803 || November 15, 1752 || {{age in years and days|1752|11|15|1843|2|13}} || 32961
|-
| February 13, 1843 || February 25, 1845 || [[Asher Robbins]] || [[National Republican Party (United States)|National Republican]]<br/>[[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]] || [[Rhode Island]] || October 31, 1825 - March 4, 1839 || October 26, 1757 || {{age in years and days|1757|10|26|1845|2|25}} || 31898
|-
| February 25, 1845 || December 22, 1850 || [[William Plumer]] || Federalist || New Hampshire || June 17, 1802 - March 4, 1807 || June 25, 1759 || {{age in years and days|1759|6|25|1850|12|22}} || 33417
|-
| December 22, 1850 || April 12, 1851 || [[David Daggett]] || Federalist || Connecticut || May 13, 1813 - March 4, 1819 || December 31, 1764 || {{age in years and days|1764|12|31|1851|4|12}} || 31512
|-
| April 12, 1851 || October 14, 1853 || [[Elisha Mathewson]] || Democratic-Republican || Rhode Island || October 26, 1807 - March 4, 1811 || April 18, 1767 || {{age in years and days|1767|4|18|1853|10|14}} || 31590
|-
| October 14, 1853 || November 19, 1853 || [[Samuel C. Crafts]] || Whig || Vermont || April 23, 1842 - March 4, 1843 || October 6, 1768 || {{age in years and days|1768|10|6|1853|11|19}} || 31089
|-
| November 19, 1853 || July 24, 1854 || [[Jonathan Roberts (politician)|Jonathan Roberts]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Pennsylvania]] || February 24, 1814 - March 4, 1821 || August 16, 1771 || {{age in years and days|1771|8|16|1854|7|24}} || 30292
|-
| July 24, 1854 || April 20, 1857 || [[Benjamin Tappan]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || [[Ohio]] || March 4, 1839 - March 4, 1845 || May 25, 1773 || {{age in years and days|1773|5|25|1857|4|20}} || 30645
|-
| April 20, 1857 || May 6, 1860 || [[Littleton Waller Tazewell]] || Democratic-Republican<br/>Democratic || [[Virginia]] || December 7, 1824 - July 16, 1832 || December 17, 1774 || {{age in years and days|1774|12|17|1860|5|6}} || 31186
|-
| May 6, 1860 || June 23, 1865 || [[William Wilkins (U.S. politician)|William Wilkins]] || Democratic || Pennsylvania || March 4, 1831 - June 30, 1834 || December 20, 1779 || {{age in years and days|1779|12|20|1865|6|23}} || 31231
|-
| June 23, 1865 || June 19, 1867 || [[Henry Dodge]] || Democratic || [[Wisconsin]] || June 8, 1848 - March 4, 1857 || October 12, 1782 || {{age in years and days|1782|10|12|1867|6|19}} || 30930
|-
| June 19, 1867 || December 28, 1870 || [[Wilson Lumpkin]] || Democratic || [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]] || November 22, 1837 - March 4, 1841 || January 14, 1783 || {{age in years and days|1783|1|14|1870|12|28}} || 32124
|-
| December 28, 1870 || June 20, 1874 || [[John Ruggles]] || Democratic || [[Maine]] || January 20, 1835 - March 4, 1841 || October 8, 1789 || {{age in years and days|1789|10|8|1874|6|20}} || 30935
|-
| June 20, 1874 || July 3, 1878 || [[Daniel Sturgeon]] || Democratic || Pennsylvania || January 14, 1840 - March 4, 1851 || October 27, 1789 || {{age in years and days|1789|10|27|1878|7|3}} || 32390
|-
| July 3, 1878 || September 16, 1887 || [[Joseph Cilley (senator)|Joseph Cilley]] || Democratic || New Hampshire || June 13, 1846 - March 4, 1847 || January 4, 1791 || {{age in years and days|1791|1|4|1887|9|16}} || 35318
|-
| September 16, 1887 || June 26, 1889 || [[Simon Cameron]] || Democratic<br/>[[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || Pennsylvania || March 13, 1845 - March 4, 1849<br/>March 4, 1857 - March 4, 1861<br/>March 4, 1867 - March 12, 1877 || March 8, 1799 || {{age in years and days|1799|3|8|1889|6|26}} || 32982
|-
| June 26, 1889 || April 4, 1893 || [[David Meriwether (senator)|David Meriwether]] || Democratic || Kentucky || July 6, 1852 - August 31, 1852 || October 30, 1800 || {{age in years and days|1800|10|30|1893|4|4}} || 33759
|-
| April 4, 1893 || January 6, 1901 || [[James W. Bradbury]] || Democratic || Maine || March 4, 1847 - March 4, 1853 || June 10, 1802 || {{age in years and days|1802|6|10|1901|1|6}} || 36004
|-
| January 6, 1901 || October 7, 1906 || [[Daniel T. Jewett]] || Republican || [[Missouri]] || December 19, 1870 - January 20, 1871 || September 14, 1807 || {{age in years and days|1807|9|14|1901|1|6}} || 34082
|-
| October 7, 1906 || July 27, 1907 || [[Edmund Pettus]] || Democratic || [[Alabama]] || March 4, 1897 - July 27, 1907 || July 6, 1821 || {{age in years and days|1821|7|6|1907|7|27}} || 31431
|-
| July 27, 1907 || January 10, 1909 || [[John Conness]] || Republican || [[California]] || March 4, 1863 - March 4, 1869 || September 22, 1821 ||{{age in years and days|1821|9|22|1909|1|10}} || 31886
|-
| January 10, 1909 || November 3, 1924 || [[Cornelius Cole]] || Republican || California || March 4, 1867 - March 4, 1873 || September 17, 1822 || {{age in years and days|1822|9|17|1924|11|3}} || 37302
|-
| November 3, 1924 || April 5, 1928 || [[Chauncey Depew]] || Republican || [[New York]] || March 4, 1899 - March 4, 1911 || April 23, 1834 || {{age in years and days|1834|4|23|1928|4|5}} || 34315
|-
| April 5, 1928 || April 12, 1933 || [[Adelbert Ames]] || Republican || [[Mississippi]] || February 24, 1870 - January 4, 1874 || October 31, 1835 || {{age in years and days|1835|10|31|1933|4|12}} || 35592
|-
| April 12, 1933 || February 7, 1937 || [[Elihu Root]] || Republican || New York || March 4, 1909 - March 4, 1915 || February 15, 1845 || {{age in years and days|1845|2|15|1937|2|7}} || 33594
|-
| February 7, 1937 || January 26, 1938 || [[Newell Sanders]] || Republican || [[Tennessee]] || April 11, 1912 - January 24, 1913 || July 12, 1850 || {{age in years and days|1850|7|12|1938|1|26}} || 31974
|-
| January 26, 1938 || July 24, 1938 || [[Obadiah Gardner]] || Democratic || Maine || September 23, 1911 - March 4, 1913 || September 13, 1852 || {{age in years and days|1852|9|13|1938|7|24}} || 31359
|-
| July 24, 1938 || April 30, 1940 || [[Furnifold McLendel Simmons]] || Democratic || [[North Carolina]] || March 4, 1901 - March 4, 1931 || January 20, 1854 || {{age in years and days|1854|1|20|1940|4|30}} || 31511
|-
| April 30, 1940 || April 21, 1941<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Fountain L. Thompson]] || Democratic || [[North Dakota]] || November 10, 1909 - January 31, 1910 || November 18, 1854 || {{age in years and days|1854|11|18|1941|4|21}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || 31565
|-
| April 21, 1941 || June 26, 1941 || [[Andrew Jackson Houston]] || Democratic || [[Texas]] || April 21, 1941 - June 26, 1941 || June 21, 1854 || {{age in years and days|1854|6|21|1941|6|26}} || 31781
|-
| June 26, 1941 || February 4, 1942 || Fountain L. Thompson || Democratic || North Dakota || November 10, 1909 - January 31, 1910 || November 18, 1854 || {{age in years and days|1854|11|18|1942|2|4}} || 31854
|-
| February 4, 1942 || July 19, 1947 || [[Robert Latham Owen]] || Democratic || [[Oklahoma]] || December 11, 1907 - March 4, 1925 || February 2, 1856 || {{age in years and days|1856|2|2|1947|7|19}} || 33404
|-
| July 19, 1947 || July 27, 1954 || [[Joseph E. Ransdell]] || Democratic || [[Louisiana]] || March 4, 1913 - March 4, 1931 || October 7, 1858 || {{age in years and days|1858|10|7|1954|7|27}} || 34991
|-
| July 27, 1954 || March 1, 1958 || [[Lawrence C. Phipps]] || Republican || [[Colorado]] || March 4, 1919 - March 4, 1931 || August 30, 1862 || {{age in years and days|1862|8|30|1958|3|1}} || 34881
|-
| March 1, 1958 || March 3, 1961 || [[Joseph R. Grundy]] || Republican || Pennsylvania || December 11, 1929 - December 1, 1930 || January 13, 1863 || {{age in years and days|1863|1|13|1961|3|3}} || 35843
|-
| March 3, 1961 || May 24, 1961 || [[George W. Pepper]] || Republican || Pennsylvania || January 9, 1922 - March 4, 1927 || March 16, 1867 || {{age in years and days|1867|3|16|1961|5|24}} || 34402
|-
| May 24, 1961 || May 19, 1966 || [[Theodore F. Green]] || Democratic || Rhode Island || January 3, 1937 - January 3, 1961 || October 2, 1867 || {{age in years and days|1867|10|2|1966|5|19}} || 36023
|-
| May 19, 1966 || December 28, 1972 || [[John N. Heiskell]] || Democratic || [[Arkansas]] || January 6, 1913 - January 29, 1913 || November 2, 1872 || {{age in years and days|1872|11|2|1972|12|28}} || 36580
|-
| December 28, 1972 || July 29, 1974 || [[George L. P. Radcliffe]] || Democratic || Maryland || January 3, 1935 - January 3, 1947 || August 22, 1877 || {{age in years and days|1877|8|22|1974|7|29}} || 35404
|-
| July 29, 1974 || April 14, 1977 || [[John Gerald Milton]] || Democratic || [[New Jersey]] || January 18, 1938 - November 8, 1938 || January 21, 1881 || {{age in years and days|1881|1|21|1977|4|14}} || 35146
|-
| April 14, 1977 || May 15, 1983 || [[Hall S. Lusk]] || Democratic || [[Oregon]] || March 16, 1960 - November 8, 1960 || September 21, 1883 || {{age in years and days|1883|9|21|1983|5|15}} || 36395
|-
| May 15, 1983 || December 1, 1984 || [[Stephen M. Young]] || Democratic || Ohio || January 3, 1959 - January 3, 1971 || May 4, 1889 || {{age in years and days|1889|5|4|1984|12|1}} || 34909
|-
| December 1, 1984 || March 20, 1988 || [[Samuel W. Reynolds]] || Republican || [[Nebraska]] || July 3, 1954 - November 7, 1954 || August 11, 1890 || {{age in years and days|1890|8|11|1988|3|20}} || 35650
|-
| March 20, 1988 || September 23, 1992 || [[Frank P. Briggs]] || Democratic || Missouri || January 18, 1945 - January 3, 1947 || February 25, 1894 || {{age in years and days|1894|2|25|1992|9|23}} || 36004
|-
| September 23, 1992 || June 10, 1993 || [[Milward L. Simpson]] || Republican || [[Wyoming]] || November 6, 1962 - January 3, 1967 || November 12, 1897 || {{age in years and days|1897|11|12|1993|6|10}} || 34908
|-
| June 10, 1993 || December 19, 1993 || [[Wallace F. Bennett]] || Republican || [[Utah]] || January 3, 1951 - December 20, 1974 || November 13, 1898 || {{age in years and days|1898|11|13|1993|12|19}} || 34734
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| December 19, 1993 || July 21, 1994 || [[Hugh Scott]] || Republican || Pennsylvania || January 3, 1959 - January 3, 1977 || November 11, 1900 || {{age in years and days|1900|11|11|1994|7|21}} || 34220
|-
| July 21, 1994 || April 23, 1995 || [[John C. Stennis]] || Democratic || Mississippi || November 5, 1947 - January 3, 1989 || August 3, 1901 || {{age in years and days|1901|8|3|1995|4|23}} || 34231
|-
| April 23, 1995 || May 8, 1998 || [[Jennings Randolph]] || Democratic || [[West Virginia]] || November 5, 1958 - January 3, 1985 || March 8, 1902 || {{age in years and days|1902|3|8|1998|5|8}} || 35125
|-
| May 8, 1998 || June 26, 2003 || [[Strom Thurmond]] || Democratic<br/>Republican || South Carolina || December 24, 1954 - April 4, 1956<br/>November 7, 1956 - January 3, 2003 || December 5, 1902 || {{age in years and days|1902|12|5|2003|6|26}} || 36728
|-
| June 26, 2003 || August 18, 2004 || [[Hiram Fong]] || Republican || [[Hawaii]] || August 21, 1959 - January 3, 1977 || October 15, 1906 || {{age in years and days|1906|10|15|2004|8|18}} || 35737
|-
| August 18, 2004 || October 20, 2009 || [[Clifford Hansen]] || Republican || Wyoming || January 3, 1967 - December 31, 1978 || October 16, 1912 || {{age in years and days|1912|10|16|2009|10|20}} || 35433
|-
| October 20, 2009 || July 30, 2013 || [[Harry F. Byrd, Jr.]] || Democratic<br/>[[Independent Democrat]] || Virginia || November 12, 1965 - January 3, 1983 || December 20, 1914 || {{age in years and days|1914|12|20|2013|7|30}} || 36017
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| July 30, 2013 || || [[Edward Brooke]] || Republican || [[Massachusetts]] || January 3, 1967 - January 3, 1979 || October 26, 1919 || {{age in years and days|1919|10|26}} || {{#expr:
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===House===
 
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!Begin Date||End Date||Representative||Date of birth||House term||State served||Party||Age (years, days)||Days
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|March 4, 1789||July 23, 1793||[[Roger Sherman]]||April 19, 1721||1789-1791||[[Connecticut]]||[[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]]||{{age in years and days|1721|4|19|1793|7|23}}||{{age in days|1721|4|19|1793|7|23}}
|-
|July 23, 1793||September 15, 1794||[[Abraham Clark]]||February 15, 1726||1791-1794||[[New Jersey]]||Pro-Administration||{{age in years and days|1726|2|15|1794|9|15}}||{{age in days|1726|2|15|1794|9|15}}
|-
|September 15, 1794||December 10, 1796||[[Israel Jacobs]]||June 9, 1726||1791-1793||[[Pennsylvania]]||Pro-Administration||{{age in years and days|1726|6|9|1796|12|10}}||{{age in days|1726|6|9|1796|12|10}}
|-
|December 10, 1796|| October 28, 1800||[[Artemas Ward]]||November 26, 1727||1791-1795||[[Massachusetts]]||Pro-Administration||{{age in years and days|1727|11|27|1800|10|28}}{{age in days|1727|11|27|1800|10|28}}
|-
|October 28, 1800||March 27, 1814||[[William Smith (Maryland)|William Smith]]||April 12, 1728||1789-1791||[[Maryland]]||[[Anti-Administration]]||{{age in years and days|1728|4|12|1814|3|27}}||{{age in days|1728|4|12|1814|3|27}}
|-
|March 27, 1814||July 26, 1819||[[George Leonard]]||July 4, 1729||1789-1793<br/>1795-1797||Massachusetts||Pro-Administration</br>[[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]]||{{age in years and days|1729|7|4|1819|7|26}}||{{age in days|1729|7|4|1819|7|26}}
|-
|July 26, 1819||June 1, 1832||[[Thomas Sumter]]||August 14, 1734||1789-1793</br>1797-1801||[[South Carolina]]||Anti-Administration</br>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]]||{{age in years and days|1734|8|14|1832|6|1}}||{{age in days|1734|8|14|1832|6|1}}
|-
|June 1, 1832||March 7, 1838||[[Paine Wingate]]||May 14, 1739||1793-1795||[[New Hampshire]]||Pro-Administration||{{age in years and days|1739|5|14|1838|3|7}}||{{age in days|1739|5|14|1838|3|7}}
|-
|March 7, 1838||May 22, 1842||[[Henry Southard]]||October 7, 1747||1801-1811<br/>1815-1821||New Jersey||Democratic-Republican||{{age in years and days|1747|10|7|1842|5|22}}||{{age in days|1747|10|7|1842|5|22}}
|-
|May 22, 1842||October 18, 1843||[[Ebenezer Elmer]]||August 23, 1752||1801-1807||New Jersey||Democratic-Republican||{{age in years and days|1752|8|23|1843|10|18}}||{{age in days|1752|8|23|1843|10|18}}
|-
|October 18, 1843||March 6, 1844||[[Gabriel Duvall]]||December 6, 1752||1794-1796||Maryland||Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican||{{age in years and days|1752|12|6|1844|3|6}}||{{age in days|1752|12|6|1844|3|6}}
|-
|March 6, 1844||March 23, 1846||[[Laban Wheaton]]||March 13, 1754||1809-1817||Massachusetts||Federalist||{{age in years and days|1754|3|13|1846|3|23}}||{{age in days|1754|3|13|1846|3|23}}
|-
|March 23, 1846||January 20, 1849||[[Nathan Read]]||July 2, 1759||1800-1803||Massachusetts||Federalist||{{age in years and days|1759|7|2|1849|1|20}}||{{age in days|1759|7|2|1849|1|20}}
|-
|January 20, 1849||May 26, 1851||[[Simeon Baldwin]]||December 14, 1761||1803-1805||Connecticut||Federalist||{{age in years and days|1761|12|14|1851|5|26}}||{{age in days|1761|12|14|1851|5|26}}
|-
|May 26, 1851||March 29, 1855||[[John Locke (Massachusetts)|John Locke]]||February 14, 1764||1823-1829||Massachusetts||[[John Quincy Adams|Adams Republican]]||{{age in years and days|1764|2|14|1855|3|29}}|{{age in days|1764|2|14|1855|3|29}}
|-
|March 29, 1855||April 8, 1857||[[Alexander Boyd]]||September 14, 1764||1813-1815||[[New York]]||Federalist||{{age in years and days|1764|9|14|1857|4|8}}||{{age in days|1764|9|14|1857|4|8}}
|-
|April 8, 1857||January 23, 1858||[[Daniel Burrows]]||October 26, 1766||1821-1823||Connecticut||Democratic-Republican||{{age in years and days|1766|10|26|1858|1|23}}||{{age in days|1766|10|26|1858|1|23}}
|-
|January 23, 1858||August 3, 1863||[[Zadock Cook]]||February 18, 1769||1816-1819||[[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]||Democratic-Republican||{{age in years and days|1769|2|18|1863|8|3}}||{{age in days|1769|2|18|1863|8|3}}
|-
|August 3, 1863||July 1, 1864||[[Josiah Quincy III]]||February 4, 1772||1805-1813||Massachusetts||Federalist||{{age in years and days|1772|2|4|1864|7|1}}||{{age in days|1772|2|4|1864|7|1}}
|-
|July 1, 1864||January 2, 1866||[[Thomas Chandler (New Hampshire politician)|Thomas Chandler]]||August 10, 1772||1829-1833||New Hampshire||[[Jacksonian Democrats|Jacksonian]]||{{age in years and days|1772|8|10|1866|1|2}}||{{age in days|1772|8|10|1866|1|2}}
|-
|January 2, 1866||April 1, 1868||[[James Parker (New Jersey)|James Parker]]||March 1, 1776||1833-1837||New Jersey||Jacksonian||{{age in years and days|1776|3|1|1868|4|1}}||{{age in days|1776|3|1|1868|4|1}}
|-
|April 1, 1868||July 1, 1868||[[Samuel Tweedy]]||March 8, 1776||1833-1835||Connecticut||[[National Republican Party|Anti-Jacksonian]]||{{age in years and days|1776|3|8|1868|7|1}}||{{age in days|1776|3|8|1868|7|1}}
|-
|July 1, 1868||December 23, 1870||[[James I. Van Alen]]||1776||1807-1809||New York||Democratic-Republican||ca. 94 yy||
|-
|December 23, 1870||July 18, 1872||[[Samuel Thatcher]]||July 1, 1776||1802-1805||Massachusetts||Federalist||{{age in years and days|1776|7|1|1872|7|18}}||{{age in days|1776|7|1|1872|7|18}}
|-
|July 18, 1872||August 12, 1875||[[Horace Binney]]||January 4, 1780||1833-1835||Pennsylvania||Anti-Jacksonian||{{age in years and days|1780|1|4|1875|8|12}}||{{age in days|1780|1|4|1875|8|12}}
|-
|August 12, 1875||February 16, 1880||[[Daniel Sheffer]]||May 24, 1783||1837-1839||Pennsylvania||[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]||{{age in years and days|1783|5|24|1880|2|16}}||{{age in days|1783|5|24|1880|2|16}}
|-
|February 16, 1880||September 22, 1881||[[John Alfred Cuthbert]]||June 3, 1788||1819-1821||Georgia||Democratic-Republican||{{age in years and days|1788|6|3|1881|9|22}}||{{age in days|1788|6|3|1881|9|22}}
|-
|September 22, 1881||February 7, 1885||[[Joseph Grinnell]]||November 17, 1788||1843-1851||Massachusetts||[[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]]||{{age in years and days|1788|11|17|1885|2|7}}||{{age in days|1788|11|17|1885|2|7}}
|-
|February 7, 1885||August 8, 1885||[[James Garland]]||June 6, 1791||1835-1841||[[Virginia]]||Jacksonian<br/>Democratic<br/>[[Conservative Party of Virginia|Conservative]]||{{age in years and days|1791|6|6|1885|8|8}}||{{age in days|1791|6|6|1885|8|8}}
|-
|August 8, 1885||May 7, 1886||[[David Fisher (politician)|David Fisher]]||December 3, 1794||1847-1849||[[Ohio]]||Whig||{{age in years and days|1794|12|3|1886|5|7}}||{{age in days|1794|12|3|1886|5|7}}
|-
|May 7, 1886||January 9, 1887||[[Elijah Babbitt]]||July 29, 1795||1859-1863||Pennsylvania||[[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]||{{age in years and days|1795|7|29|1887|1|9}}||{{age in days|1795|7|29|1887|1|9}}
|-
|January 9, 1887||June 9, 1887||[[John Hoge Ewing]]||October 8, 1796||1845-1847||Pennsylvania||Whig||{{age in years and days|1796|10|8|1887|6|9}}||{{age in days|1796|10|8|1887|6|9}}
|-
|June 9, 1887||July 26, 1891||[[Paul Dillingham]]||August 10, 1799||1843-1847||[[Vermont]]||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1799|8|10|1891|7|26}}||{{age in days|1799|8|10|1891|7|26}}
|-
|July 26, 1891||May 9, 1892||[[Sidney Lawrence]]||December 31, 1801||1847-1849||New York||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1801|12|31|1892|5|9}}||{{age in days|1801|12|31|1892|5|9}}
|-
|May 9, 1892||June 11, 1894||[[John T. Andrews]]||May 29, 1803||1837-1839||New York||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1803|5|29|1894|6|11}}||{{age in days|1803|5|29|1894|6|11}}
|-
|June 11, 1894||February 12, 1896||[[Emery D. Potter]]||October 7, 1804||1843-1845<br/>1849-1851||Ohio||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1804|10|7|1896|2|12}}||{{age in days|1804|10|7|1896|2|12}}
|-
|February 12, 1896||January 12, 1897||[[John W. Crisfield]]||November 8, 1806||1847-1849<br/>1861-1863||Maryland||Whig<br/>[[Unionist Party (United States)|Unionist]]||{{age in years and days|1806|11|8|1897|1|12}}||{{age in days|1806|11|8|1897|1|12}}
|-
|January 12, 1897||April 16, 1900||[[John W. Hunter]]||October 15, 1807||1866-1867||New York||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1807|10|15|1900|4|16}}||{{age in days|1807|10|15|1900|4|16}}
|-
|April 16, 1900||March 18, 1902||[[Daniel Wells, Jr.]]||July 16, 1808||1853-1857||[[Wisconsin]]||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1808|7|16|1902|3|18}}||{{age in days|1808|7|16|1902|3|18}}
|-
|March 18, 1902||April 24, 1902||[[Edwin Hickman Ewing]]||December 2, 1809||1845-1847||[[Tennessee]]||Whig||{{age in years and days|1809|12|2|1902|4|24}}||{{age in days|1809|12|2|1902|4|24}}
|-
|April 24, 1902||March 8, 1903||[[Martin I. Townsend]]||February 6, 1810||1875-1879||New York||Republican||{{age in years and days|1810|2|6|1903|3|8}}||{{age in days|1810|2|6|1903|3|8}}
|-
|March 8, 1903||March 27, 1908||[[Ephraim R. Eckley]]||December 9, 1811||1863-1869||Ohio||Republican||{{age in years and days|1811|12|9|1908|3|27}}||{{age in days|1811|12|9|1908|3|27}}
|-
|March 27, 1908||September 18, 1910||[[James McGrew]]||September 14, 1813||1869-1873||[[West Virginia]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1813|9|14|1910|9|18}}||{{age in days|1813|9|14|1910|9|18}}
|-
|September 18, 1910||March 14, 1911||[[John H. Rice]]||February 5, 1816||1861-1867||[[Maine]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1816|2|5|1911|3|14}}||{{age in days|1816|2|5|1911|3|14}}
|-
|March 14, 1911||October 3, 1911||[[John Morgan Bright]]||January 20, 1817||1871-1881||Tennessee||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1817|1|20|1911|10|3}}||{{age in days|1817|1|20|1911|10|3}}
|-
|October 3, 1911||March 12, 1916||[[George William Palmer (New York)|George William Palmer]]||January 13, 1818||1857-1861||New York||Republican||{{age in years and days|1818|1|13|1916|3|12}}||{{age in days|1818|1|13|1916|3|12}}
|-
|March 12, 1916||November 3, 1924||[[Cornelius Cole]]||September 17, 1822||1863-1865||[[California]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1822|9|17|1924|11|3}}||{{age in days|1822|9|17|1924|11|3}}
|-
|November 3, 1924||February 28, 1926||[[William W. Crapo]]||May 16, 1830||1875-1883||Massachusetts||Republican||{{age in years and days|1830|5|16|1926|2|28}}||{{age in days|1830|5|16|1926|2|28}}
|-
|February 28, 1926||January 6, 1929||[[John H. Lewis]]||July 21, 1830||1881-1883||[[Illinois]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1830|7|21|1929|1|6}}||{{age in days|1830|7|21|1929|1|6}}
|-
|January 6, 1929||April 22, 1932||[[J. Warren Keifer]]||January 30, 1836||1877-1885<br/>1905-1911||Ohio||Republican||{{age in years and days|1836|1|30|1932|4|22}}||{{age in days|1836|1|30|1932|4|22}}
|-
|April 22, 1932||May 25, 1938||[[Henry R. Gibson]]||December 24, 1837||1895-1905||Tennessee||Republican||{{age in years and days|1837|12|24|1938|5|25}}||{{age in days|1837|12|24|1938|5|25}}
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|May 25, 1938||September 8, 1938||[[George Frederic Kribbs]]||November 8, 1846||1891-1895||Pennsylvania||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1846|11|8|1938|9|8}}||{{age in days|1846|11|8|1938|9|8}}
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|September 8, 1938||December 18, 1946||[[Lemuel W. Royse]]||January 19, 1847||1895-1899||[[Indiana]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1847|1|19|1946|12|18}}||{{age in days|1847|1|19|1946|12|18}}
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|December 18, 1946||June 10, 1947||[[Addison James]]||February 27, 1850||1907-1909||[[Kentucky]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1850|2|27|1947|6|10}}||{{age in days|1850|2|27|1947|6|10}}
|-
|June 10, 1947||February 25, 1948||[[Amos R. Webber]]||January 21, 1852||1904-1907||Ohio||Republican||{{age in years and days|1852|1|21|1948|2|25}}||{{age in days|1852|1|21|1948|2|25}}
|-
|February 25, 1948||September 10, 1949||[[John E. Weeks]]||June 14, 1853||1931-1933||Vermont||Republican||{{age in years and days|1853|6|14|1949|9|10}}||{{age in days|1853|6|14|1949|9|10}}
|-
|September 10, 1949||April 1, 1953||[[Schuyler Merritt]]||December 16, 1853||1917-1931<br/>1933-1937||Connecticut||Republican||{{age in years and days|1853|12|16|1953|4|1}}||{{age in days|1853|12|16|1953|4|1}}
|-
|April 1, 1953||July 27, 1954||[[Joseph E. Ransdell]]||October 7, 1858||1899-1913||[[Louisiana]]||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1858|10|7|1954|7|27}}||{{age in days|1858|10|7|1954|7|27}}
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|July 27, 1954||May 12, 1956||[[Franklin Menges]]||October 26, 1858||1925-1931||Pennsylvania||Republican||{{age in years and days|1858|10|26|1956|5|12}}||{{age in days|1858|10|26|1956|5|12}}
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|May 12, 1956||July 5, 1956||[[Addison T. Smith]]||September 5, 1862||1913-1933||[[Idaho]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1862|9|5|1956|7|5}}||{{age in days|1862|9|5|1956|7|5}}
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|July 5, 1956||January 17, 1958||[[Michael Donohoe]]||February 22, 1864||1911-1915||Pennsylvania||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1864|2|22|1958|1|17}}||{{age in days|1864|2|22|1958|1|17}}
|-
|January 17, 1958||April 29, 1958||[[Warren A. Haggott]]||May 18, 1864||1907-1909||[[Colorado]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1864|5|18|1958|4|29}}||{{age in days|1864|5|18|1958|4|29}}
|-
|April 29, 1958||February 22, 1960||[[Townsend Scudder]]||July 26, 1865||1899-1901<br/>1903-1905||New York||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1865|7|26|1960|2|22}}||{{age in days|1865|7|26|1960|2|22}}
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|February 22, 1960||October 11, 1960||[[Daniel K. Hoch]]||January 31, 1866||1943-1947||Pennsylvania||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1866|1|31|1960|10|11}}||{{age in days|1866|1|31|1960|10|11}}
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|October 11, 1960||September 12, 1963||[[Charles Nelson Pray]]||April 6, 1868||1907-1913||[[Montana]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1868|4|6|1963|9|12}}||{{age in days|1868|4|6|1963|9|12}}
|-
|September 12, 1963||November 7, 1967||[[John Nance Garner]]||November 22, 1868||1903-1933||[[Texas]]||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1868|11|22|1967|11|7}}||{{age in days|1868|11|22|1967|11|7}}
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|November 7, 1967||July 12, 1971||[[Earl Hanley Beshlin]]||April 28, 1870||1917-1919||Pennsylvania||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1870|4|28|1971|7|12}}||{{age in days|1870|4|28|1971|7|12}}
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|July 12, 1971||January 6, 1973||[[Maurice Hudson Thatcher]]||August 15, 1870||1923-1933||Kentucky||Republican||{{age in years and days|1870|8|15|1973|1|6}}||{{age in days|1870|8|15|1973|1|6}}
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|January 6, 1973||January 10, 1974||[[Charles G. Bond]]||May 29, 1877||1921-1923||New York||Republican||{{age in years and days|1877|5|29|1974|1|10}}||{{age in days|1877|5|29|1974|1|10}}
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|January 10, 1974||January 9, 1975||[[Virginia E. Jenckes]]||November 6, 1877||1933-1939||Indiana||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1877|11|6|1975|1|9}}||{{age in days|1877|11|6|1975|1|9}}
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|January 9, 1975||March 4, 1977||[[Miles C. Allgood]]||February 22, 1878||1923-1935||[[Alabama]]||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1878|2|22|1977|3|4}}||{{age in days|1878|2|22|1977|3|4}}
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|March 4, 1977||December 27, 1980||[[Charles S. Dewey]]||November 10, 1880||1941-1945||Illinois||Republican||{{age in years and days|1880|11|10|1980|12|27}}||{{age in days|1880|11|10|1980|12|27}}
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|December 27, 1980||June 1, 1981||[[Carl Vinson]]||November 18, 1883||1914-1965||Georgia||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1883|11|18|1981|6|1}}||{{age in days|1883|11|18|1981|6|1}}
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|June 1, 1981||November 2, 1989||[[Elizabeth Hawley Gasque]]||February 26, 1886||1938-1939||South Carolina||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1886|2|26|1989|11|2}}||{{age in days|1886|2|26|1989|11|2}}
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|November 2, 1989||January 18, 1991||[[Hamilton Fish III]]||December 7, 1888||1920-1945||New York||Republican||{{age in years and days|1888|12|7|1991|1|18}}||{{age in days|1888|12|7|1991|1|18}}
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|January 18, 1991||April 3, 1993||[[Peter J. De Muth]]||January 1, 1892||1937-1939||Pennsylvania||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1892|1|1|1993|4|3}}||{{age in days|1892|1|1|1993|4|3}}
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|April 3, 1993||May 29, 1995||[[Margaret Chase Smith]]||December 14, 1897||1940-1949||Maine||Republican||{{age in years and days|1897|12|14|1995|5|29}}||{{age in days|1897|12|14|1995|5|29}}
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|May 29, 1995||May 15, 1996||[[Newt V. Mills]]||September 27, 1899||1937-1943||Louisiana||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1899|9|27|1996|5|15}}||{{age in days|1899|9|27|1996|5|15}}
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|May 15, 1996||January 4, 1997||[[Harry P. Jeffrey]]||December 26, 1901||1943-1945||Ohio||Republican||{{age in years and days|1901|12|26|1997|1|4}}||{{age in days|1901|12|26|1997|1|4}}
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|January 4, 1997||May 8, 1998||[[Jennings Randolph]]||March 8, 1902||1933-1947||West Virginia||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1902|3|8|1998|5|8}}||{{age in days|1902|3|8|1998|5|8}}
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|May 8, 1998||April 1, 1999||[[Ellis Yarnal Berry]]||October 6, 1902||1951-1971||[[South Dakota]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1902|10|6|1999|4|1}}||{{age in days|1902|10|6|1999|4|1}}
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|April 1, 1999||October 5, 2001||[[Mike Mansfield]]||March 16, 1903||1943-1953||Montana||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1903|3|16|2001|10|5}}||{{age in days|1903|3|16|2001|10|5}}
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|October 5, 2001||March 11, 2003||[[John Goodchild Dow]]||May 6, 1905||1965-1969<br/>1971-1973||New York||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1905|5|6|2003|3|11}}||{{age in days|1905|5|6|2003|3|11}}
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|March 11, 2003||November 10, 2007||[[Augustus F. Hawkins]]||August 31, 1907||1963-1991||California||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1907|8|31|2007|11|10}}||{{age in days|1907|8|31|2007|11|10}}
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|November 10, 2007||September 25, 2008||[[Glenn Andrews]]||January 15, 1909||1965-1967||Alabama||Republican||{{age in years and days|1909|1|15|2008|9|25}}||{{age in days|1909|1|15|2008|9|25}}
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|September 25, 2008||November 4, 2009||[[William H. Avery (politician)|William H. Avery]]||August 11, 1911||1955-1965||[[Kansas]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1911|8|11|2009|11|4}}||{{age in days|1911|8|11|2009|11|4}}
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|November 4, 2009||January 8, 2011||[[William F. Walsh]]||July 11, 1912||1973-1979||New York||Republican-[[Conservative Party of New York State|Conservative]]||{{age in years and days|1912|7|11|2011|1|8}}||{{age in days|1912|7|11|2011|1|8}}
|-
|January 8, 2011||October 25, 2011||[[Perkins Bass]]||October 6, 1912||1955-1963||New Hampshire||Republican||{{age in years and days|1912|10|6|2011|10|25}}||{{age in days|1912|10|6|2011|10|25}}
|-
|October 25, 2011|| ||[[Ken Hechler]]||September 20, 1914||1959-1977||West Virginia||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1914|9|20}}||{{age in days|1914|9|20}}
|}
 
====Women====
 
{|class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date || End Date || Representative || Date of birth || House term || State served || Party || Age (years, days) || Days
|-
| March 4, 1917 || March 4, 1921<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Jeannette Rankin]] || June 11, 1880 || 1917-1919<br/>1941-1943 || [[Montana]] || [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || {{age in years and days|1880|6|11|1921|3|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/> || {{age in days|1880|6|11|1921|3|4}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/>
|-
| March 4, 1921 || July 1, 1931 || [[Alice Mary Robertson]] || January 2, 1854 || 1921-1923 || [[Oklahoma]] || Republican || {{age in years and days|1854|1|2|1931|7|1}} || {{age in days|1854|1|2|1931|7|1}}
|-
| July 1, 1931 || November 16, 1948 || [[Florence Prag Kahn]] || November 9, 1866 || 1925-1937 || [[California]] || Republican || {{age in years and days|1866|11|9|1948|11|16}} || {{age in days|1866|11|9|1948|11|16}}
|-
| November 16, 1948 || August 2, 1959 || [[Mary Teresa Norton]] || March 7, 1875 || 1925-1951 || [[New Jersey]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || {{age in years and days|1875|3|7|1959|8|2}} || {{age in years and days|1875|3|7|1959|8|2}}
|-
| August 2, 1959 || April 12, 1962 || [[Pearl Peden Oldfield]] || December 2, 1876 || 1929-1931 || [[Arkansas]] || Democratic || {{age in years and days|1876|12|2|1962|4|12}} || {{age in days|1876|12|2|1962|4|12}}
|-
| April 12, 1962 || August 23, 1965 || [[Ruth Baker Pratt]] || August 24, 1877 || 1929-1933 || [[New York]] || Republican || {{age in years and days|1877|8|24|1965|8|23}} || {{age in days|1877|8|24|1965|8|23}}
|-
| August 23, 1965 || January 9, 1975 || [[Virginia E. Jenckes]] || November 6, 1877 || 1933-1939 || [[Indiana]] || Democratic || {{age in years and days|1877|11|6|1975|1|9}} || {{age in days|1877|11|6|1975|1|9}}
|-
| January 9, 1975 || March 9, 1977 || [[Frances P. Bolton]] || March 29, 1885 || 1940-1969 || [[Ohio]] || Republican || {{age in years and days|1885|3|29|1977|3|9}} || {{age in days|1885|3|29|1977|3|9}}
|-
| March 9, 1977 || November 2, 1989 || [[Elizabeth Hawley Gasque]] || February 26, 1886 || 1938-1939 || [[South Carolina]] || Democratic || {{age in years and days|1886|2|26|1989|11|2}} || {{age in days|1886|2|26|1989|11|2}}
|-
| November 2, 1989 || May 26, 1990 || [[Marguerite S. Church]] || September 27, 1892 || 1950-1963 || [[Illinois]] || Republican || {{age in years and days|1892|9|27|1990|5|26}} || {{age in days|1892|9|27|1990|5|26}}
|-
| May 26, 1990 || May 29, 1995 || [[Margaret Chase Smith]] || December 14, 1897 || 1940-1949 || [[Maine]] || Republican || {{age in years and days|1897|12|14|1995|5|29}} || {{age in days|1897|12|14|1995|5|29}}
|-
| May 29, 1995 || December 14, 1997 || [[Edna F. Kelly]] || August 20, 1906 || 1949-1969 || New York || Democratic || {{age in years and days|1906|8|20|1997|12|14}} || {{age in days|1906|8|20|1997|12|14}}
|-
| December 14, 1997 || December 2, 2002 || [[Elizabeth B. Andrews]] || February 12, 1911 || 1972-1973 || [[Alabama]] || Democratic || {{age in years and days|1911|2|12|2002|12|2}} || {{age in days|1911|2|12|2002|12|2}}
|-
|-
| December 2, 2002 || January 23, 2006 || [[Virginia D. Smith]] || June 30, 1911 || 1975-1991 || [[Nebraska]] || Republican || {{age in years and days|1911|6|30|2006|1|23}} || {{age in days|1911|6|30|2006|1|23}}
|-
| January 23, 2006 || January 25, 2007 || [[Charlotte Thompson Reid]] || September 27, 1913 || 1963-1971 || Illinois || Republican || {{age in years and days|1913|9|27|2007|1|25}} || {{age in days|1913|9|27|2007|1|25}}
|-
| January 25, 2007 || July 27, 2013 || [[Lindy Boggs]] || March 13, 1916 || 1973-1991 || [[Louisiana]] || Democratic || {{age in years and days|1916|3|13|2013|7|27}} || {{age in days|1916|3|13|2013|7|27}}
|-
| July 27, 2013 || || [[Marjorie Holt]] || September 17, 1920 || 1973-1987 || [[Maryland]] || Republican || {{age in years and days|1920|9|17}} || {{age in days|1920|9|17}}
|}
 
====Men====
 
{|class="wikitable"
|-
!Begin Date||End Date||Representative||Date of birth||House term||State served||Party||Age (years, days)||Days
|-
|March 4, 1789||July 23, 1793||[[Roger Sherman]]||April 19, 1721||1789-1791||[[Connecticut]]||[[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]]||{{age in years and days|1721|4|19|1793|7|23}}||{{age in days|1721|4|19|1793|7|23}}
|-
|July 23, 1793||September 15, 1794||[[Abraham Clark]]||February 15, 1726||1791-1794||[[New Jersey]]||Pro-Administration||{{age in years and days|1726|2|15|1794|9|15}}||{{age in days|1726|2|15|1794|9|15}}
|-
|September 15, 1794||December 10, 1796||[[Israel Jacobs]]||June 9, 1726||1791-1793||[[Pennsylvania]]||Pro-Administration||{{age in years and days|1726|6|9|1796|12|10}}||{{age in days|1726|6|9|1796|12|10}}
|-
|December 10, 1796|| October 28, 1800||[[Artemas Ward]]||November 26, 1727||1791-1795||[[Massachusetts]]||Pro-Administration||{{age in years and days|1727|11|27|1800|10|28}}{{age in days|1727|11|27|1800|10|28}}
|-
|October 28, 1800||March 27, 1814||[[William Smith (Maryland)|William Smith]]||April 12, 1728||1789-1791||[[Maryland]]||[[Anti-Administration]]||{{age in years and days|1728|4|12|1814|3|27}}||{{age in days|1728|4|12|1814|3|27}}
|-
|March 27, 1814||July 26, 1819||[[George Leonard]]||July 4, 1729||1789-1793<br/>1795-1797||Massachusetts||Pro-Administration</br>[[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]]||{{age in years and days|1729|7|4|1819|7|26}}||{{age in days|1729|7|4|1819|7|26}}
|-
|July 26, 1819||June 1, 1832||[[Thomas Sumter]]||August 14, 1734||1789-1793</br>1797-1801||[[South Carolina]]||Anti-Administration</br>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]]||{{age in years and days|1734|8|14|1832|6|1}}||{{age in days|1734|8|14|1832|6|1}}
|-
|June 1, 1832||March 7, 1838||[[Paine Wingate]]||May 14, 1739||1793-1795||[[New Hampshire]]||Pro-Administration||{{age in years and days|1739|5|14|1838|3|7}}||{{age in days|1739|5|14|1838|3|7}}
|-
|March 7, 1838||May 22, 1842||[[Henry Southard]]||October 7, 1747||1801-1811<br/>1815-1821||New Jersey||Democratic-Republican||{{age in years and days|1747|10|7|1842|5|22}}||{{age in days|1747|10|7|1842|5|22}}
|-
|May 22, 1842||October 18, 1843||[[Ebenezer Elmer]]||August 23, 1752||1801-1807||New Jersey||Democratic-Republican||{{age in years and days|1752|8|23|1843|10|18}}||{{age in days|1752|8|23|1843|10|18}}
|-
|October 18, 1843||March 6, 1844||[[Gabriel Duvall]]||December 6, 1752||1794-1796||Maryland||Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican||{{age in years and days|1752|12|6|1844|3|6}}||{{age in days|1752|12|6|1844|3|6}}
|-
|March 6, 1844||March 23, 1846||[[Laban Wheaton]]||March 13, 1754||1809-1817||Massachusetts||Federalist||{{age in years and days|1754|3|13|1846|3|23}}||{{age in days|1754|3|13|1846|3|23}}
|-
|March 23, 1846||January 20, 1849||[[Nathan Read]]||July 2, 1759||1800-1803||Massachusetts||Federalist||{{age in years and days|1759|7|2|1849|1|20}}||{{age in days|1759|7|2|1849|1|20}}
|-
|January 20, 1849||May 26, 1851||[[Simeon Baldwin]]||December 14, 1761||1803-1805||Connecticut||Federalist||{{age in years and days|1761|12|14|1851|5|26}}||{{age in days|1761|12|14|1851|5|26}}
|-
|May 26, 1851||March 29, 1855||[[John Locke (Massachusetts)|John Locke]]||February 14, 1764||1823-1829||Massachusetts||[[John Quincy Adams|Adams Republican]]||{{age in years and days|1764|2|14|1855|3|29}}|{{age in days|1764|2|14|1855|3|29}}
|-
|March 29, 1855||April 8, 1857||[[Alexander Boyd]]||September 14, 1764||1813-1815||[[New York]]||Federalist||{{age in years and days|1764|9|14|1857|4|8}}||{{age in days|1764|9|14|1857|4|8}}
|-
|April 8, 1857||January 23, 1858||[[Daniel Burrows]]||October 26, 1766||1821-1823||Connecticut||Democratic-Republican||{{age in years and days|1766|10|26|1858|1|23}}||{{age in days|1766|10|26|1858|1|23}}
|-
|January 23, 1858||August 3, 1863||[[Zadock Cook]]||February 18, 1769||1816-1819||[[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]]||Democratic-Republican||{{age in years and days|1769|2|18|1863|8|3}}||{{age in days|1769|2|18|1863|8|3}}
|-
|August 3, 1863||July 1, 1864||[[Josiah Quincy III]]||February 4, 1772||1805-1813||Massachusetts||Federalist||{{age in years and days|1772|2|4|1864|7|1}}||{{age in days|1772|2|4|1864|7|1}}
|-
|July 1, 1864||January 2, 1866||[[Thomas Chandler (New Hampshire politician)|Thomas Chandler]]||August 10, 1772||1829-1833||New Hampshire||[[Jacksonian Democrats|Jacksonian]]||{{age in years and days|1772|8|10|1866|1|2}}||{{age in days|1772|8|10|1866|1|2}}
|-
|January 2, 1866||April 1, 1868||[[James Parker (New Jersey)|James Parker]]||March 1, 1776||1833-1837||New Jersey||Jacksonian||{{age in years and days|1776|3|1|1868|4|1}}||{{age in days|1776|3|1|1868|4|1}}
|-
|April 1, 1868||July 1, 1868||[[Samuel Tweedy]]||March 8, 1776||1833-1835||Connecticut||[[National Republican Party|Anti-Jacksonian]]||{{age in years and days|1776|3|8|1868|7|1}}||{{age in days|1776|3|8|1868|7|1}}
|-
|July 1, 1868||December 23, 1870||[[James I. Van Alen]]||1776||1807-1809||New York||Democratic-Republican||ca. 94 yy||
|-
|December 23, 1870||July 18, 1872||[[Samuel Thatcher]]||July 1, 1776||1802-1805||Massachusetts||Federalist||{{age in years and days|1776|7|1|1872|7|18}}||{{age in days|1776|7|1|1872|7|18}}
|-
|July 18, 1872||August 12, 1875||[[Horace Binney]]||January 4, 1780||1833-1835||Pennsylvania||Anti-Jacksonian||{{age in years and days|1780|1|4|1875|8|12}}||{{age in days|1780|1|4|1875|8|12}}
|-
|August 12, 1875||February 16, 1880||[[Daniel Sheffer]]||May 24, 1783||1837-1839||Pennsylvania||[[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]]||{{age in years and days|1783|5|24|1880|2|16}}||{{age in days|1783|5|24|1880|2|16}}
|-
|February 16, 1880||September 22, 1881||[[John Alfred Cuthbert]]||June 3, 1788||1819-1821||Georgia||Democratic-Republican||{{age in years and days|1788|6|3|1881|9|22}}||{{age in days|1788|6|3|1881|9|22}}
|-
|September 22, 1881||February 7, 1885||[[Joseph Grinnell]]||November 17, 1788||1843-1851||Massachusetts||[[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]]||{{age in years and days|1788|11|17|1885|2|7}}||{{age in days|1788|11|17|1885|2|7}}
|-
|February 7, 1885||August 8, 1885||[[James Garland]]||June 6, 1791||1835-1841||[[Virginia]]||Jacksonian<br/>Democratic<br/>[[Conservative Party of Virginia|Conservative]]||{{age in years and days|1791|6|6|1885|8|8}}||{{age in days|1791|6|6|1885|8|8}}
|-
|August 8, 1885||May 7, 1886||[[David Fisher (politician)|David Fisher]]||December 3, 1794||1847-1849||[[Ohio]]||Whig||{{age in years and days|1794|12|3|1886|5|7}}||{{age in days|1794|12|3|1886|5|7}}
|-
|May 7, 1886||January 9, 1887||[[Elijah Babbitt]]||July 29, 1795||1859-1863||Pennsylvania||[[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]]||{{age in years and days|1795|7|29|1887|1|9}}||{{age in days|1795|7|29|1887|1|9}}
|-
|January 9, 1887||June 9, 1887||[[John Hoge Ewing]]||October 8, 1796||1845-1847||Pennsylvania||Whig||{{age in years and days|1796|10|8|1887|6|9}}||{{age in days|1796|10|8|1887|6|9}}
|-
|June 9, 1887||July 26, 1891||[[Paul Dillingham]]||August 10, 1799||1843-1847||[[Vermont]]||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1799|8|10|1891|7|26}}||{{age in days|1799|8|10|1891|7|26}}
|-
|July 26, 1891||May 9, 1892||[[Sidney Lawrence]]||December 31, 1801||1847-1849||New York||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1801|12|31|1892|5|9}}||{{age in days|1801|12|31|1892|5|9}}
|-
|May 9, 1892||June 11, 1894||[[John T. Andrews]]||May 29, 1803||1837-1839||New York||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1803|5|29|1894|6|11}}||{{age in days|1803|5|29|1894|6|11}}
|-
|June 11, 1894||February 12, 1896||[[Emery D. Potter]]||October 7, 1804||1843-1845<br/>1849-1851||Ohio||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1804|10|7|1896|2|12}}||{{age in days|1804|10|7|1896|2|12}}
|-
|February 12, 1896||January 12, 1897||[[John W. Crisfield]]||November 8, 1806||1847-1849<br/>1861-1863||Maryland||Whig<br/>[[Unionist Party (United States)|Unionist]]||{{age in years and days|1806|11|8|1897|1|12}}||{{age in days|1806|11|8|1897|1|12}}
|-
|January 12, 1897||April 16, 1900||[[John W. Hunter]]||October 15, 1807||1866-1867||New York||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1807|10|15|1900|4|16}}||{{age in days|1807|10|15|1900|4|16}}
|-
|April 16, 1900||March 18, 1902||[[Daniel Wells, Jr.]]||July 16, 1808||1853-1857||[[Wisconsin]]||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1808|7|16|1902|3|18}}||{{age in days|1808|7|16|1902|3|18}}
|-
|March 18, 1902||April 24, 1902||[[Edwin Hickman Ewing]]||December 2, 1809||1845-1847||[[Tennessee]]||Whig||{{age in years and days|1809|12|2|1902|4|24}}||{{age in days|1809|12|2|1902|4|24}}
|-
|April 24, 1902||March 8, 1903||[[Martin I. Townsend]]||February 6, 1810||1875-1879||New York||Republican||{{age in years and days|1810|2|6|1903|3|8}}||{{age in days|1810|2|6|1903|3|8}}
|-
|March 8, 1903||March 27, 1908||[[Ephraim R. Eckley]]||December 9, 1811||1863-1869||Ohio||Republican||{{age in years and days|1811|12|9|1908|3|27}}||{{age in days|1811|12|9|1908|3|27}}
|-
|March 27, 1908||September 18, 1910||[[James McGrew]]||September 14, 1813||1869-1873||[[West Virginia]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1813|9|14|1910|9|18}}||{{age in days|1813|9|14|1910|9|18}}
|-
|September 18, 1910||March 14, 1911||[[John H. Rice]]||February 5, 1816||1861-1867||[[Maine]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1816|2|5|1911|3|14}}||{{age in days|1816|2|5|1911|3|14}}
|-
|March 14, 1911||October 3, 1911||[[John Morgan Bright]]||January 20, 1817||1871-1881||Tennessee||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1817|1|20|1911|10|3}}||{{age in days|1817|1|20|1911|10|3}}
|-
|October 3, 1911||March 12, 1916||[[George William Palmer (New York)|George William Palmer]]||January 13, 1818||1857-1861||New York||Republican||{{age in years and days|1818|1|13|1916|3|12}}||{{age in days|1818|1|13|1916|3|12}}
|-
|March 12, 1916||November 3, 1924||[[Cornelius Cole]]||September 17, 1822||1863-1865||[[California]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1822|9|17|1924|11|3}}||{{age in days|1822|9|17|1924|11|3}}
|-
|November 3, 1924||February 28, 1926||[[William W. Crapo]]||May 16, 1830||1875-1883||Massachusetts||Republican||{{age in years and days|1830|5|16|1926|2|28}}||{{age in days|1830|5|16|1926|2|28}}
|-
|February 28, 1926||January 6, 1929||[[John H. Lewis]]||July 21, 1830||1881-1883||[[Illinois]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1830|7|21|1929|1|6}}||{{age in days|1830|7|21|1929|1|6}}
|-
|January 6, 1929||April 22, 1932||[[J. Warren Keifer]]||January 30, 1836||1877-1885<br/>1905-1911||Ohio||Republican||{{age in years and days|1836|1|30|1932|4|22}}||{{age in days|1836|1|30|1932|4|22}}
|-
|April 22, 1932||May 25, 1938||[[Henry R. Gibson]]||December 24, 1837||1895-1905||Tennessee||Republican||{{age in years and days|1837|12|24|1938|5|25}}||{{age in days|1837|12|24|1938|5|25}}
|-
|May 25, 1938||September 8, 1938||[[George Frederic Kribbs]]||November 8, 1846||1891-1895||Pennsylvania||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1846|11|8|1938|9|8}}||{{age in days|1846|11|8|1938|9|8}}
|-
|September 8, 1938||December 18, 1946||[[Lemuel W. Royse]]||January 19, 1847||1895-1899||[[Indiana]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1847|1|19|1946|12|18}}||{{age in days|1847|1|19|1946|12|18}}
|-
|December 18, 1946||June 10, 1947||[[Addison James]]||February 27, 1850||1907-1909||[[Kentucky]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1850|2|27|1947|6|10}}||{{age in days|1850|2|27|1947|6|10}}
|-
|June 10, 1947||February 25, 1948||[[Amos R. Webber]]||January 21, 1852||1904-1907||Ohio||Republican||{{age in years and days|1852|1|21|1948|2|25}}||{{age in days|1852|1|21|1948|2|25}}
|-
|February 25, 1948||September 10, 1949||[[John E. Weeks]]||June 14, 1853||1931-1933||Vermont||Republican||{{age in years and days|1853|6|14|1949|9|10}}||{{age in days|1853|6|14|1949|9|10}}
|-
|September 10, 1949||April 1, 1953||[[Schuyler Merritt]]||December 16, 1853||1917-1931<br/>1933-1937||Connecticut||Republican||{{age in years and days|1853|12|16|1953|4|1}}||{{age in days|1853|12|16|1953|4|1}}
|-
|April 1, 1953||July 27, 1954||[[Joseph E. Ransdell]]||October 7, 1858||1899-1913||[[Louisiana]]||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1858|10|7|1954|7|27}}||{{age in days|1858|10|7|1954|7|27}}
|-
|July 27, 1954||May 12, 1956||[[Franklin Menges]]||October 26, 1858||1925-1931||Pennsylvania||Republican||{{age in years and days|1858|10|26|1956|5|12}}||{{age in days|1858|10|26|1956|5|12}}
|-
|May 12, 1956||July 5, 1956||[[Addison T. Smith]]||September 5, 1862||1913-1933||[[Idaho]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1862|9|5|1956|7|5}}||{{age in days|1862|9|5|1956|7|5}}
|-
|July 5, 1956||January 17, 1958||[[Michael Donohoe]]||February 22, 1864||1911-1915||Pennsylvania||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1864|2|22|1958|1|17}}||{{age in days|1864|2|22|1958|1|17}}
|-
|January 17, 1958||April 29, 1958||[[Warren A. Haggott]]||May 18, 1864||1907-1909||[[Colorado]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1864|5|18|1958|4|29}}||{{age in days|1864|5|18|1958|4|29}}
|-
|April 29, 1958||February 22, 1960||[[Townsend Scudder]]||July 26, 1865||1899-1901<br/>1903-1905||New York||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1865|7|26|1960|2|22}}||{{age in days|1865|7|26|1960|2|22}}
|-
|February 22, 1960||October 11, 1960||[[Daniel K. Hoch]]||January 31, 1866||1943-1947||Pennsylvania||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1866|1|31|1960|10|11}}||{{age in days|1866|1|31|1960|10|11}}
|-
|October 11, 1960||September 12, 1963||[[Charles Nelson Pray]]||April 6, 1868||1907-1913||[[Montana]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1868|4|6|1963|9|12}}||{{age in days|1868|4|6|1963|9|12}}
|-
|September 12, 1963||November 7, 1967||[[John Nance Garner]]||November 22, 1868||1903-1933||[[Texas]]||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1868|11|22|1967|11|7}}||{{age in days|1868|11|22|1967|11|7}}
|-
|November 7, 1967||July 12, 1971||[[Earl Hanley Beshlin]]||April 28, 1870||1917-1919||Pennsylvania||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1870|4|28|1971|7|12}}||{{age in days|1870|4|28|1971|7|12}}
|-
|July 12, 1971||January 6, 1973||[[Maurice Hudson Thatcher]]||August 15, 1870||1923-1933||Kentucky||Republican||{{age in years and days|1870|8|15|1973|1|6}}||{{age in days|1870|8|15|1973|1|6}}
|-
|January 6, 1973||January 10, 1974||[[Charles G. Bond]]||May 29, 1877||1921-1923||New York||Republican||{{age in years and days|1877|5|29|1974|1|10}}||{{age in days|1877|5|29|1974|1|10}}
|-
|January 10, 1974||March 4, 1977||[[Miles C. Allgood]]||February 22, 1978||1923-1935||[[Alabama]]||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1878|2|22|1977|3|4}}||{{age in days|1878|2|22|1977|3|4}}
|-
|March 4, 1977||December 27, 1980||[[Charles S. Dewey]]||November 10, 1880||1941-1945||Illinois||Republican||{{age in years and days|1880|11|10|1980|12|27}}||{{age in days|1880|11|10|1980|12|27}}
|-
|December 27, 1980||June 1, 1981||[[Carl Vinson]]||November 18, 1883||1914-1965||Georgia||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1883|11|18|1981|6|1}}||{{age in days|1883|11|18|1981|6|1}}
|-
|June 1, 1981||January 18, 1982||[[Clarence G. Burton]]||December 14, 1886||1948-1953||Virginia||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1886|12|14|1982|1|18}}||{{age in days|1886|12|14|1982|1|18}}
|-
|January 18, 1982||December 18, 1983||[[John J. Phillips]]||September 11, 1887||1943-1957||California||Republican||{{age in years and days|1887|9|11|1983|12|18}}||{{age in days|1887|9|11|1983|12|18}}
|-
|December 18, 1983||March 3, 1987||[[LaFayette L. Patterson]]||August 23, 1888||1928-1933||Alabama||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1888|8|23|1987|3|3}}||{{age in days|1888|8|23|1987|3|3}}
|-
|March 3, 1987||January 18, 1991||[[Hamilton Fish III]]||December 7, 1888||1920-1945||New York||Republican||{{age in years and days|1888|12|7|1991|1|18}}||{{age in days|1888|12|7|1991|1|18}}
|-
|January 18, 1991||April 3, 1993||[[Peter J. De Muth]]||January 1, 1892||1937-1939||Pennsylvania||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1892|1|1|1993|4|3}}||{{age in days|1892|1|1|1993|4|3}}
|-
|April 3, 1993||June 14, 1994||[[Thomas J. Lane]]||July 6, 1898||1941-1963||Massachusetts||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1898|7|6|1994|6|14}}||{{age in days|1898|7|6|1994|6|14}}
|-
|June 14, 1994||May 15, 1996||[[Newt V. Mills]]||September 27, 1899||1937-1943||Louisiana||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1899|9|27|1996|5|15}}||{{age in days|1899|9|27|1996|5|15}}
|-
|May 15, 1996||January 4, 1997||[[Harry P. Jeffrey]]||December 26, 1901||1943-1945||Ohio||Republican||{{age in years and days|1901|12|26|1997|1|4}}||{{age in days|1901|12|26|1997|1|4}}
|-
|January 4, 1997||May 8, 1998||[[Jennings Randolph]]||March 8, 1902||1933-1947||West Virginia||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1902|3|8|1998|5|8}}||{{age in days|1902|3|8|1998|5|8}}
|-
|May 8, 1998||April 1, 1999||[[Ellis Yarnal Berry]]||October 6, 1902||1951-1971||[[South Dakota]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1902|10|6|1999|4|1}}||{{age in days|1902|10|6|1999|4|1}}
|-
|April 1, 1999||October 5, 2001||[[Mike Mansfield]]||March 16, 1903||1943-1953||Montana||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1903|3|16|2001|10|5}}||{{age in days|1903|3|16|2001|10|5}}
|-
|October 5, 2001||March 11, 2003||[[John Goodchild Dow]]||May 6, 1905||1965-1969<br/>1971-1973||New York||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1905|5|6|2003|3|11}}||{{age in days|1905|5|6|2003|3|11}}
|-
|March 11, 2003||November 10, 2007||[[Augustus F. Hawkins]]||August 31, 1907||1963-1991||California||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1907|8|31|2007|11|10}}||{{age in days|1907|8|31|2007|11|10}}
|-
|November 10, 2007||September 25, 2008||[[Glenn Andrews]]||January 15, 1909||1965-1967||Alabama||Republican||{{age in years and days|1909|1|15|2008|9|25}}||{{age in days|1909|1|15|2008|9|25}}
|-
|September 25, 2008||November 4, 2009||[[William H. Avery (politician)|William H. Avery]]||August 11, 1911||1955-1965||[[Kansas]]||Republican||{{age in years and days|1911|8|11|2009|11|4}}||{{age in days|1911|8|11|2009|11|4}}
|-
|November 4, 2009||January 8, 2011||[[William F. Walsh]]||July 11, 1912||1973-1979||New York||Republican-[[Conservative Party of New York State|Conservative]]||{{age in years and days|1912|7|11|2011|1|8}}||{{age in days|1912|7|11|2011|1|8}}
|-
|January 8, 2011||October 25, 2011||[[Perkins Bass]]||October 6, 1912||1955-1963||New Hampshire||Republican||{{age in years and days|1912|10|6|2011|10|25}}||{{age in days|1912|10|6|2011|10|25}}
|-
|October 25, 2011|| ||[[Ken Hechler]]||September 20, 1914||1959-1977||West Virginia||Democratic||{{age in years and days|1914|9|20}}||{{age in days|1914|9|20}}
|}
 
===Governor===
 
{| class="wikitable"
! Start Date !! End Date !! Governor !! Party !! State !! Birth Date !! Age
|-
| December 7, 1787 || December 12, 1787<ref name="newstate"/> || [[Thomas Collins (governor)|Thomas Collins]] || [[Non-partisan]] || [[Delaware]] || 1732 ||
|-
| December 12, 1787 || April 17, 1790 || [[Benjamin Franklin]] || Non-partisan || [[Pennsylvania]] || January 17, 1706 || {{age in years and days|1706|1|17|1790|4|17}}
|-
| April 17, 1790 || July 25, 1790 || [[William Livingston]] || [[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]] || [[New Jersey]] || November 30, 1723 || {{age in years and days|1723|11|30|1790|7|25}}
|-
| July 25, 1790 || October 8, 1793<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Josiah Bartlett]] || [[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]] || [[New Hampshire]] || November 21, 1729 || {{age in years and days|1729|11|21|1793|10|8}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/>
|-
| October 8, 1793 || October 2, 1803 || [[Samuel Adams]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Massachusetts]] || September 27, 1722 || {{age in years and days|1722|9|27|1803|10|2}}
|-
| October 2, 1803 || February 13, 1813 || [[Samuel Ashe (North Carolina)|Samuel Ashe]] || Democratic-Republican || [[North Carolina]] || March 24, 1725 || {{age in years and days|1725|3|24|1813|2|13}}
|-
| February 13, 1813 || August 17, 1816 || [[Samuel Johnston]] || Federalist || North Carolina || December 15, 1733 || {{age in years and days|1733|12|15|1816|8|17}}
|-
| August 17, 1816 || June 24, 1817 || [[Thomas McKean]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Pennsylvania]] || March 19, 1734 || {{age in years and days|1734|3|19|1817|6|24}}
|-
| June 24, 1817 || September 18, 1819 || [[John Langdon (politician)|John Langdon]] || [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]]<br/>[[Anti-Administration Party (United States)|Anti-Administration]]<br/>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]] || New Hampshire || June 26, 1741 || {{age in years and days|1741|6|26|1819|9|18}}
|-
| September 18, 1819 || March 19, 1829 || [[John Tayler]] || Democratic-Republican || [[New York]] || July 4, 1742 || {{age in years and days|1742|7|4|1829|3|19}}
|-
| March 19, 1829 || May 17, 1829 || [[John Jay]] || Federalist || New York || December 12, 1745 || {{age in years and days|1745|12|12|1829|5|17}}
|-
| May 17, 1829 || June 10, 1832 || [[Joseph Hiester]] || Democratic-Republican || Pennsylvania || November 18, 1752 || {{age in years and days|1752|11|18|1832|6|10}}
|-
| June 10, 1832 || September 24, 1834 || [[Jonas Galusha]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Vermont]] || February 11, 1753 || {{age in years and days|1753|2|11|1834|9|24}}
|-
| September 24, 1834 || December 11, 1838 || [[Isaac Tichenor]] || Federalist || Vermont || February 8, 1754 || {{age in years and days|1754|2|8|1838|12|11}}
|-
| December 11, 1838 || April 7, 1844 || [[Morgan Lewis (governor)| Morgan Lewis]] || Democratic-Republican || New York || October 16, 1754 || {{age in years and days|1754|10|16|1844|4|7}}
|-
| April 7, 1844 || December 22, 1850 || [[William Plumer]] || Federalist<br/>Democratic-Republican || New Hampshire || June 25, 1759 || {{age in years and days|1759|6|25|1850|12|22}}
|-
| December 22, 1850 || December 25, 1862 || [[Joshua Hall]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || [[Maine]] || October 22, 1768 || {{age in years and days|1768|10|22|1862|12|25}}
|-
| December 25, 1862 || October 16, 1869 || [[Joseph Ritner]] || [[Anti-Masonic Party|Anti-Masonic]] || Pennsylvania || March 25, 1780 || {{age in years and days|1780|3|25|1869|10|16}}
|-
| October 16, 1869 || February 3, 1870 || [[Allen Trimble]] || Federalist || [[Ohio]] || November 24, 1783 || {{age in years and days|1783|11|24|1870|2|3}}
|-
| February 3, 1870 || October 10, 1870 || [[Mordecai Bartley]] || [[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]] || Ohio || December 16, 1783 || {{age in years and days|1783|12|16|1870|10|10}}
|-
| October 10, 1870 || November 1, 1874 || [[Enos T. Throop]] || Democratic || New York || August 21, 1784 || {{age in years and days|1784|8|21|1874|11|1}}
|-
| November 1, 1874 || February 27, 1877 || [[Joseph Johnson (Virginia politician)| Joseph Johnson]] || Democratic || [[Virginia]] || December 19, 1785 || {{age in years and days|1785|12|19|1877|2|27}}
|-
| February 27, 1877 || December 18, 1885 || [[Hiland Hall]] || [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || Vermont || July 20, 1795 || {{age in years and days|1795|7|20|1885|12|18}}
|-
| December 18, 1885 || April 27, 1894 || [[Nathaniel S. Berry]] || Republican || New Hampshire || September 1, 1796 || {{age in years and days|1796|9|1|1894|4|27}}
|-
| April 27, 1894 || June 13, 1896 || [[Alpheus Felch]] || Democratic || [[Michigan]] || September 28, 1804 || {{age in years and days|1804|9|28|1896|6|13}}
|-
| June 13, 1896 || August 23, 1898 || [[Moody Currier]] || Democratic<br/>[[Free Soil Party|Free Soil]]<br/>Republican || New Hampshire || April 22, 1806 || {{age in years and days|1806|4|22|1898|8|23}}
|-
| August 23, 1898 || February 28, 1899 || [[James Madison Wells]] || Republican || [[Louisiana]] || January 8, 1808 || {{age in years and days|1808|1|8|1899|2|28}}
|-
| February 28, 1899 || July 9, 1902 || [[William Marvin]] || Democratic || [[Florida]] || April 14, 1808 || {{age in years and days|1808|4|14|1902|7|9}}
|-
| July 9, 1902 || December 8, 1906 || [[Alonzo Garcelon]] || Democratic || Maine || May 6, 1813 || {{age in years and days|1813|5|6|1906|12|8}}
|-
| December 8, 1906 || April 27, 1909 || [[Frederick Holbrook]] || Republican || Vermont || February 15, 1814 || {{age in years and days|1814|2|15|1909|4|27}}
|-
| April 27, 1909 || February 3, 1912 || [[Frederick Robie]] || Republican || Maine || August 12, 1822 || {{age in years and days|1822|8|12|1912|2|3}}
|-
| February 3, 1912 || June 4, 1912 || [[Royal C. Taft]] || Republican || [[Rhode Island]] || February 14, 1823 || {{age in years and days|1823|2|14|1912|6|4}}
|-
| June 4, 1912 || January 8, 1914 || [[Simon Bolivar Buckner, Sr.]] || Democratic<br/>[[National Democratic Party (United States)|National Democratic]] || [[Kentucky]] || April 1, 1823 || {{age in years and days|1823|4|1|1914|1|8}}
|-
| January 8, 1914 || May 16, 1920 || [[Levi P. Morton]] || Republican || New York || May 16, 1824 || {{age in years and days|1824|5|16|1920|5|16}}
|-
| May 16, 1920 || April 4, 1923 || [[Horace Boies]] || Democratic || [[Iowa]] || December 7, 1827 || {{age in years and days|1827|12|7|1923|4|4}}
|-
| April 4, 1923 || April 3, 1924 || [[Ebenezer J. Ormsbee]] || Republican || Vermont || June 8, 1834 || {{age in years and days|1834|6|8|1924|4|3}}
|-
| April 3, 1924 || January 28, 1925 || [[Augustus O. Bourn]] || Republican || Rhode Island || October 1, 1834 || {{age in years and days|1834|10|1|1925|1|28}}
|-
| January 28, 1925 || April 12, 1933 || [[Adelbert Ames]] || Republican || [[Mississippi]] || October 31, 1835 || {{age in years and days|1835|10|31|1933|4|12}}
|-
| April 12, 1933 || October 30, 1939 || [[Roswell K. Colcord]] || Republican || [[Nevada]] || April 25, 1839 || {{age in years and days|1839|4|25|1939|10|30}}
|-
| October 30, 1939 || August 23, 1945|| [[Martin Frederick Ansel]] || Democratic || [[South Carolina]] || December 12, 1850 || {{age in years and days|1850|12|12|1945|8|23}}
|-
| August 23, 1845 || September 6, 1946 || [[John I. Cox]] || Democratic || [[Tennessee]] || November 23, 1855 || {{age in years and days|1855|11|23|1946|9|6}}
|-
| September 6, 1946 || April 11, 1949 || [[Chase Osborn]] || Republican || Michigan || January 22, 1860 || {{age in years and days|1860|1|22|1949|4|11}}
|-
| April 11, 1949 || May 9, 1958 || [[Fenimore Chatterton]] || Republican || [[Wyoming]] || July 21, 1860 || {{age in years and days|1860|7|21|1958|5|9}}
|-
| May 9, 1958 || August 12, 1958 || [[Augustus Owsley Stanley]] || Democratic || Kentucky || May 21, 1867 || {{age in years and days|1867|5|21|1958|8|12}}
|-
| August 12, 1958 || May 19, 1966 || [[Theodore F. Green]] || Democratic || Rhode Island || October 2, 1867 || {{age in years and days|1867|10|2|1966|5|19}}
|-
| May 19, 1966 || June 12, 1969 || [[Percival Proctor Baxter]] || Republican || Maine|| November 22, 1876 || {{age in years and days|1876|11|22|1969|6|12}}
|-
| June 12, 1969 || December 19, 1977 || [[Nellie Tayloe Ross]] || Democratic || Wyoming || November 29, 1876 || {{age in years and days|1876|11|29|1977|12|19}}
|-
| December 19, 1977 || March 3, 1980 || [[Forrest C. Donnell]] || Republican || [[Missouri]] || August 20, 1884 || {{age in years and days|1884|8|20|1980|3|3}}
|-
| March 3, 1980 || October 12, 1987 || [[Alf Landon]] || Republican || [[Kansas]] || September 9, 1887 || {{age in years and days|1887|9|9|1987|10|12}}
|-
| October 12, 1987 || April 21, 1990 || [[Frank J. Lausche]] || Democratic || Ohio|| November 14, 1895 || {{age in years and days|1895|11|14|1990|4|21}}
|-
| April 21, 1990 || June 10, 1993 || [[Milward L. Simpson]] || Republican || Wyoming || November 12, 1897 || {{age in years and days|1897|11|12|1993|6|10}}
|-
| June 10, 1993 || October 20, 1996 || [[J. Bracken Lee]] || Republican || [[Utah]] || January 7, 1899 || {{age in years and days|1899|1|7|1996|10|20}}
|-
| October 20, 1996 || November 5, 2000 || [[Jimmie Davis]] || Democratic || Louisiana || September 11, 1899 || {{age in years and days|1899|9|11|2000|11|5}}
|-
| November 5, 2000 || June 26, 2003 || [[Strom Thurmond]] || Democratic<br/>Republican || South Carolina || December 5, 1902 || {{age in years and days|1902|12|5|2003|6|26}}
|-
| June 26, 2003 || April 19, 2004 || [[Frank B. Morrison]] || Democratic || [[Nebraska]] || May 20, 1905 || {{age in years and days|1905|5|20|2004|4|19}}
|-
| April 19, 2004 || November 15, 2004 || [[Elmer Lee Andersen]] || Republican || [[Minnesota]] || June 17, 1909 || {{age in years and days|1909|6|17|2004|11|15}}
|-
| November 15, 2004 || October 10, 2011 || [[Albert Rosellini]] || Democratic || [[Washington (U.S. state)|Washington]] || January 21, 1910 || {{age in years and days|1910|1|21|2011|10|10}}
|-
| October 10, 2011 || || [[Raul H. Castro]] || Democratic || [[Arizona]] || June 12, 1916 || {{age in years and days|1916|6|12}}
|}
 
====Women====
 
{| class="wikitable"
! Start Date !! End Date !! Governor !! Party !! State !! Birth Date !! Age
|-
| January 5, 1925 || January 20, 1925<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Nellie Tayloe Ross]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || [[Wyoming]] || November 29, 1876 || {{age in years and days|1876|11|29|1925|1|20}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/>
|-
| January 20, 1925 || June 25, 1961 || [[Miriam A. Ferguson]] || Democratic || [[Texas]] || June 13, 1875 || {{age in years and days|1875|6|13|1961|6|25}}
|-
| June 25, 1961 || December 19, 1977 || Nellie Tayloe Ross || Democratic || Wyoming || November 29, 1876 || {{age in years and days|1876|11|29|1977|12|19}}
|-
| December 19, 1977 || January 2, 1994 || [[Dixy Lee Ray]] || Democratic || [[Washington (U.S. state)|Washington]] || September 3, 1914 || {{age in years and days|1914|9|3|1994|1|2}}
|-
| January 2, 1994 || || [[Rose Mofford]] || Democratic || [[Arizona]] || June 10, 1922 || {{age in years and days|1922|6|10}}
|}
 
====Men====
 
{| class="wikitable"
! Start Date !! End Date !! Governor !! Party !! State !! Birth Date !! Age
|-
| December 7, 1787 || December 12, 1787<ref name="newstate"/> || [[Thomas Collins (governor)|Thomas Collins]] || [[Non-partisan]] || [[Delaware]] || 1732 ||
|-
| December 12, 1787 || April 17, 1790 || [[Benjamin Franklin]] || Non-partisan || [[Pennsylvania]] || January 17, 1706 || {{age in years and days|1706|1|17|1790|4|17}}
|-
| April 17, 1790 || July 25, 1790 || [[William Livingston]] || [[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]] || [[New Jersey]] || November 30, 1723 || {{age in years and days|1723|11|30|1790|7|25}}
|-
| July 25, 1790 || October 8, 1793<ref name="oldercolleague"/> || [[Josiah Bartlett]] || [[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]] || [[New Hampshire]] || November 21, 1729 || {{age in years and days|1729|11|21|1793|10|8}}<ref name="lossofrecord"/>
|-
| October 8, 1793 || October 2, 1803 || [[Samuel Adams]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Massachusetts]] || September 27, 1722 || {{age in years and days|1722|9|27|1803|10|2}}
|-
| October 2, 1803 || February 13, 1813 || [[Samuel Ashe (North Carolina)|Samuel Ashe]] || Democratic-Republican || [[North Carolina]] || March 24, 1725 || {{age in years and days|1725|3|24|1813|2|13}}
|-
| February 13, 1813 || August 17, 1816 || [[Samuel Johnston]] || Federalist || North Carolina || December 15, 1733 || {{age in years and days|1733|12|15|1816|8|17}}
|-
| August 17, 1816 || June 24, 1817 || [[Thomas McKean]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Pennsylvania]] || March 19, 1734 || {{age in years and days|1734|3|19|1817|6|24}}
|-
| June 24, 1817 || September 18, 1819 || [[John Langdon (politician)|John Langdon]] || [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]]<br/>[[Anti-Administration Party (United States)|Anti-Administration]]<br/>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]] || New Hampshire || June 26, 1741 || {{age in years and days|1741|6|26|1819|9|18}}
|-
| September 18, 1819 || March 19, 1829 || [[John Tayler]] || Democratic-Republican || [[New York]] || July 4, 1742 || {{age in years and days|1742|7|4|1829|3|19}}
|-
| March 19, 1829 || May 17, 1829 || [[John Jay]] || Federalist || New York || December 12, 1745 || {{age in years and days|1745|12|12|1829|5|17}}
|-
| May 17, 1829 || June 10, 1832 || [[Joseph Hiester]] || Democratic-Republican || Pennsylvania || November 18, 1752 || {{age in years and days|1752|11|18|1832|6|10}}
|-
| June 10, 1832 || September 24, 1834 || [[Jonas Galusha]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Vermont]] || February 11, 1753 || {{age in years and days|1753|2|11|1834|9|24}}
|-
| September 24, 1834 || December 11, 1838 || [[Isaac Tichenor]] || Federalist || Vermont || February 8, 1754 || {{age in years and days|1754|2|8|1838|12|11}}
|-
| December 11, 1838 || April 7, 1844 || [[Morgan Lewis (governor)| Morgan Lewis]] || Democratic-Republican || New York || October 16, 1754 || {{age in years and days|1754|10|16|1844|4|7}}
|-
| April 7, 1844 || December 22, 1850 || [[William Plumer]] || Federalist<br/>Democratic-Republican || New Hampshire || June 25, 1759 || {{age in years and days|1759|6|25|1850|12|22}}
|-
| December 22, 1850 || December 25, 1862 || [[Joshua Hall]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || [[Maine]] || October 22, 1768 || {{age in years and days|1768|10|22|1862|12|25}}
|-
| December 25, 1862 || October 16, 1869 || [[Joseph Ritner]] || [[Anti-Masonic Party|Anti-Masonic]] || Pennsylvania || March 25, 1780 || {{age in years and days|1780|3|25|1869|10|16}}
|-
| October 16, 1869 || February 3, 1870 || [[Allen Trimble]] || Federalist || [[Ohio]] || November 24, 1783 || {{age in years and days|1783|11|24|1870|2|3}}
|-
| February 3, 1870 || October 10, 1870 || [[Mordecai Bartley]] || [[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]] || Ohio || December 16, 1783 || {{age in years and days|1783|12|16|1870|10|10}}
|-
| October 10, 1870 || November 1, 1874 || [[Enos T. Throop]] || Democratic || New York || August 21, 1784 || {{age in years and days|1784|8|21|1874|11|1}}
|-
| November 1, 1874 || February 27, 1877 || [[Joseph Johnson (Virginia politician)| Joseph Johnson]] || Democratic || [[Virginia]] || December 19, 1785 || {{age in years and days|1785|12|19|1877|2|27}}
|-
| February 27, 1877 || December 18, 1885 || [[Hiland Hall]] || [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || Vermont || July 20, 1795 || {{age in years and days|1795|7|20|1885|12|18}}
|-
| December 18, 1885 || April 27, 1894 || [[Nathaniel S. Berry]] || Republican || New Hampshire || September 1, 1796 || {{age in years and days|1796|9|1|1894|4|27}}
|-
| April 27, 1894 || June 13, 1896 || [[Alpheus Felch]] || Democratic || [[Michigan]] || September 28, 1804 || {{age in years and days|1804|9|28|1896|6|13}}
|-
| June 13, 1896 || August 23, 1898 || [[Moody Currier]] || Democratic<br/>[[Free Soil Party|Free Soil]]<br/>Republican || New Hampshire || April 22, 1806 || {{age in years and days|1806|4|22|1898|8|23}}
|-
| August 23, 1898 || February 28, 1899 || [[James Madison Wells]] || Republican || [[Louisiana]] || January 8, 1808 || {{age in years and days|1808|1|8|1899|2|28}}
|-
| February 28, 1899 || July 9, 1902 || [[William Marvin]] || Democratic || [[Florida]] || April 14, 1808 || {{age in years and days|1808|4|14|1902|7|9}}
|-
| July 9, 1902 || December 8, 1906 || [[Alonzo Garcelon]] || Democratic || Maine || May 6, 1813 || {{age in years and days|1813|5|6|1906|12|8}}
|-
| December 8, 1906 || April 27, 1909 || [[Frederick Holbrook]] || Republican || Vermont || February 15, 1814 || {{age in years and days|1814|2|15|1909|4|27}}
|-
| April 27, 1909 || February 3, 1912 || [[Frederick Robie]] || Republican || Maine || August 12, 1822 || {{age in years and days|1822|8|12|1912|2|3}}
|-
| February 3, 1912 || June 4, 1912 || [[Royal C. Taft]] || Republican || [[Rhode Island]] || February 14, 1823 || {{age in years and days|1823|2|14|1912|6|4}}
|-
| June 4, 1912 || January 8, 1914 || [[Simon Bolivar Buckner, Sr.]] || Democratic<br/>[[National Democratic Party (United States)|National Democratic]] || [[Kentucky]] || April 1, 1823 || {{age in years and days|1823|4|1|1914|1|8}}
|-
| January 8, 1914 || May 16, 1920 || [[Levi P. Morton]] || Republican || New York || May 16, 1824 || {{age in years and days|1824|5|16|1920|5|16}}
|-
| May 16, 1920 || April 4, 1923 || [[Horace Boies]] || Democratic || [[Iowa]] || December 7, 1827 || {{age in years and days|1827|12|7|1923|4|4}}
|-
| April 4, 1923 || April 3, 1924 || [[Ebenezer J. Ormsbee]] || Republican || Vermont || June 8, 1834 || {{age in years and days|1834|6|8|1924|4|3}}
|-
| April 3, 1924 || January 28, 1925 || [[Augustus O. Bourn]] || Republican || Rhode Island || October 1, 1834 || {{age in years and days|1834|10|1|1925|1|28}}
|-
| January 28, 1925 || April 12, 1933 || [[Adelbert Ames]] || Republican || [[Mississippi]] || October 31, 1835 || {{age in years and days|1835|10|31|1933|4|12}}
|-
| April 12, 1933 || October 30, 1939 || [[Roswell K. Colcord]] || Republican || [[Nevada]] || April 25, 1839 || {{age in years and days|1839|4|25|1939|10|30}}
|-
| October 30, 1939 || August 23, 1945|| [[Martin Frederick Ansel]] || Democratic || [[South Carolina]] || December 12, 1850 || {{age in years and days|1850|12|12|1945|8|23}}
|-
| August 23, 1845 || September 6, 1946 || [[John I. Cox]] || Democratic || [[Tennessee]] || November 23, 1855 || {{age in years and days|1855|11|23|1946|9|6}}
|-
| September 6, 1946 || April 11, 1949 || [[Chase Osborn]] || Republican || Michigan || January 22, 1860 || {{age in years and days|1860|1|22|1949|4|11}}
|-
| April 11, 1949 || May 9, 1958 || [[Fenimore Chatterton]] || Republican || [[Wyoming]] || July 21, 1860 || {{age in years and days|1860|7|21|1958|5|9}}
|-
| May 9, 1958 || August 12, 1958 || [[Augustus Owsley Stanley]] || Democratic || Kentucky || May 21, 1867 || {{age in years and days|1867|5|21|1958|8|12}}
|-
| August 12, 1958 || May 19, 1966 || [[Theodore F. Green]] || Democratic || Rhode Island || October 2, 1867 || {{age in years and days|1867|10|2|1966|5|19}}
|-
| May 19, 1966 || June 12, 1969 || [[Percival Proctor Baxter]] || Republican || Maine|| November 22, 1876 || {{age in years and days|1876|11|22|1969|6|12}}
|-
| June 12, 1969 || June 20, 1974 || [[Andrew W. Hockenhull]] || Democratic || [[New Mexico]] || January 16, 1877 || {{age in years and days|1877|1|16|1974|6|20}}
|-
| June 20, 1974 || September 28, 1977 || [[Charles Wilbert Snow]] || Democratic || [[Connecticut]] || April 6, 1884 || {{age in years and days|1884|4|6|1977|9|28}}
|-
| September 28, 1977 || March 3, 1980 || [[Forrest C. Donnell]] || Republican || [[Missouri]] || August 20, 1884 || {{age in years and days|1884|8|20|1980|3|3}}
|-
| March 3, 1980 || October 12, 1987 || [[Alf Landon]] || Republican || [[Kansas]] || September 9, 1887 || {{age in years and days|1887|9|9|1987|10|12}}
|-
| October 12, 1987 || April 21, 1990 || [[Frank J. Lausche]] || Democratic || Ohio|| November 14, 1895 || {{age in years and days|1895|11|14|1990|4|21}}
|-
| April 21, 1990 || June 10, 1993 || [[Milward L. Simpson]] || Republican || Wyoming || November 12, 1897 || {{age in years and days|1897|11|12|1993|6|10}}
|-
| June 10, 1993 || October 20, 1996 || [[J. Bracken Lee]] || Republican || [[Utah]] || January 7, 1899 || {{age in years and days|1899|1|7|1996|10|20}}
|-
| October 20, 1996 || November 5, 2000 || [[Jimmie Davis]] || Democratic || Louisiana || September 11, 1899 || {{age in years and days|1899|9|11|2000|11|5}}
|-
| November 5, 2000 || June 26, 2003 || [[Strom Thurmond]] || Democratic<br/>Republican || South Carolina || December 5, 1902 || {{age in years and days|1902|12|5|2003|6|26}}
|-
| June 26, 2003 || April 19, 2004 || [[Frank B. Morrison]] || Democratic || [[Nebraska]] || May 20, 1905 || {{age in years and days|1905|5|20|2004|4|19}}
|-
| April 19, 2004 || November 15, 2004 || [[Elmer Lee Andersen]] || Republican || [[Minnesota]] || June 17, 1909 || {{age in years and days|1909|6|17|2004|11|15}}
|-
| November 15, 2004 || October 10, 2011 || [[Albert Rosellini]] || Democratic || [[Washington (U.S. state)|Washington]] || January 21, 1910 || {{age in years and days|1910|1|21|2011|10|10}}
|-
| October 10, 2011 || || [[Raul H. Castro]] || Democratic || [[Arizona]] || June 12, 1916 || {{age in years and days|1916|6|12}}
|}
 
==List of earliest serving==
 
===Senate===
 
{| class="wikitable"
! Begin Date !! End Date !! Senator !! Party !! State !! 1st Entered Senate !! Time since entry !! Days
|-
| rowspan=20|March 4, 1789 || March 12, 1790 || [[William Grayson]] || [[Anti-Administration]] || [[Virginia]] || rowspan=20|March 4, 1789 || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|3|12}} || 373
|-
| June 19, 1794 || [[Richard Henry Lee]] || Anti-Administration || Virginia || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1794|6|19}} || 1933
|-
| September 21, 1798 || [[George Read]] || [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro-Administration]] || [[Delaware]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1798|9|21}} || 3488
|-
| December 16, 1798 || [[John Henry]] || Pro-Administration<br/>[[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]] || [[Maryland]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1798|12|16}} || 3574
|-
| July 30, 1801 || [[James Gunn]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Federalist || [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1801|7|30}} || 4530
|-
| April 16, 1804 || [[William Maclay]] || Anti-Administration || [[Pennsylvania]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1804|4|16}} || 5521
|-
| May 30, 1804 || [[Ralph Izard]] || Pro-Administration || [[South Carolina]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1804|5|30}} || 5565
|-
| May 8, 1806 || [[Robert Morris]] || Pro-Administration || Pennsylvania || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1806|5|8}} || 6273
|-
| September 9, 1806 || [[William Paterson]] || Pro-Administration || [[New Jersey]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1806|9|9}} || 6397
|-
| November 26, 1807 || [[Oliver Ellsworth]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || [[Connecticut]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1807|11|26}} || 6840
|-
| August 15, 1815 || [[Richard Bassett]] || Anti-Administration || Delaware || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1815|8|15}} || 9659
|-
| May 30, 1817 || [[Tristram Dalton]] || Pro-Administration || [[Massachusetts]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1817|5|30}} || 10313
|-
| September 3, 1817 || [[Jonathan Elmer]] || Pro-Administration || New Jersey || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1817|9|3}} || 10409
|-
| September 18, 1819 || [[John Langdon]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Anti-Administration<br/>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]] || [[New Hampshire]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1819|9|18}} || 11154
|-
| November 7, 1819 || [[Caleb Strong]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || Massachusetts || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1819|11|7}} || 11204
|-
| November 14, 1819 || [[William Samuel Johnson]] || Pro-Administration || Connecticut || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1819|11|14}} || 11211
|-
| February 15, 1822 || [[Pierce Butler]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || South Carolina || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1822|2|15}} || 12035
|-
| July 16, 1828 || [[William Few]] || Anti-Administration || Georgia || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1828|7|16}} || 14378
|-
| November 14, 1832 || [[Charles Carroll of Carrollton]] || Pro-Administration || Maryland || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1832|11|14}} || 15960
|-
| March 7, 1838 || [[Paine Wingate]] || Anti-Administration || New Hampshire || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1838|3|7}} || 17899
|-
| March 7, 1838 || February 23, 1840 || [[John Rutherfurd]] || Federalist || New Jersey || March 4, 1791 || {{age in years and days|1791|3|4|1840|2|23}} || 17887
|-
| rowspan=2|February 23, 1840 || August 12, 1849 || [[Albert Gallatin]] || Democratic-Republican || Pennsylvania || December 2, 1793 || {{age in years and days|1793|12|2|1849|8|12}} || 20341
|-
| November 27, 1847<ref>Gallatin's election was declared void by the Senate.</ref> || [[James Ross (Pennsylvania politician)|James Ross]] || Federalist || Pennsylvania || April 24, 1794 || {{age in years and days|1794|4|24|1847|11|27}} || 19574
|-
| November 27, 1847 || January 11, 1849 || [[Ray Greene (politician)|Ray Greene]] || Federalist || [[Rhode Island]] || November 13, 1797 || {{age in years and days|1797|11|13|1849|1|11}} || 18686
|-
| August 12, 1849 || December 22, 1850 || [[William Plumer]] || Federalist<br/>Democratic-Republican || New Hampshire || June 17, 1802 || {{age in years and days|1802|6|17|1850|12|22}} || 17720
|-
| December 22, 1850 || June 29, 1852 || [[Henry Clay]] || Democratic-Republican<br/>[[National Republican Party|National Republican]]<br/>[[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]] || [[Kentucky]] || November 19, 1806 || {{age in years and days|1806|11|19|1852|6|29}} || 16659
|-
| June 29, 1852 || October 14, 1853 || [[Elisha Mathewson]] || Democratic-Republican || Rhode Island || October 26, 1807 || {{age in years and days|1807|10|26|1853|10|14}} || 16790
|-
| October 14, 1853 || November 5, 1857 || [[Alexander Campbell (American politician)|Alexander Campbell]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Ohio]] || December 11, 1809 || {{age in years and days|1809|12|11|1857|11|5}} || 17496
|-
| November 5, 1857 || April 14, 1859 || [[George M. Bibb]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || Kentucky || March 4, 1811 || {{age in years and days|1811|3|4|1859|4|14}} || 17573
|-
| April 14, 1859 || July 26, 1863 || [[John J. Crittenden]] || Democratic-Republican<br/>Whig<br/>[[Know Nothing|American]]<br/>[[Constitutional Union Party (United States)|Constitutional Union]] || Kentucky || March 4, 1817 || {{age in years and days|1817|3|4|1863|7|26}} || 16945
|-
| July 26, 1863 || September 4, 1864 || [[Henry Johnson (Louisiana)|Henry Johnson]] || Democratic-Republican<br/>Whig || [[Louisiana]] || January 12, 1818 || {{age in years and days|1818|1|12|1864|9|4}} || 17037
|-
| September 4, 1864 || December 14, 1868 || [[Walter Lowrie]] || Democratic-Republican || Pennsylvania || March 4, 1819 || {{age in years and days|1819|3|4|1868|12|14}} || 18183
|-
| December 14, 1868 || October 13, 1880 || [[Peleg Sprague (Maine politician)|Peleg Sprague]] || National-Republican || [[Maine]] || March 4, 1829 || {{age in years and days|1829|3|4|1880|10|13}} || 18851
|-
| October 13, 1880 || March 19, 1888 || [[John Pendleton King|John P. King]] || [[Jacksonian democracy|Jacksonian]] || Georgia || November 21, 1833 || {{age in years and days|1833|11|21|1888|3|19}} || 19842
|-
| March 19, 1888 || May 11, 1889 || [[Henry A. Foster]] || Democratic || [[New York]] || November 30, 1844 || {{age in years and days|1844|11|30|1889|5|11}} || 16233
|-
| May 11, 1889 || June 26, 1889 || [[Simon Cameron]] || Democratic<br/>[[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || Pennsylvania || March 13, 1845 || {{age in years and days|1845|3|13|1889|6|26}} || 16176
|-
|rowspan=2| June 26, 1889 || June 13, 1896 || [[Alpheus Felch]] || Democratic || [[Michigan]] ||rowspan=2| March 4, 1847 || {{age in years and days|1847|3|4|1896|6|13}} || 17999
|-
| January 6, 1901 || [[James W. Bradbury|James Bradbury]] || Democratic || Maine || {{age in years and days|1847|3|4|1901|1|6}} || 19666
|-
| January 6, 1901 || April 12, 1913 || [[John B. Henderson]] || [[Unionist Party (United States)|Unionist]]<br/>Republican || [[Missouri]] || January 17, 1862 || {{age in years and days|1862|1|17|1913|4|12}} || 18712
|-
| April 12, 1913 || September 11, 1915 || [[William Sprague (1830-1915)|William Sprague]] || Republican || Rhode Island || March 4, 1863 || {{age in years and days|1863|3|4|1915|9|11}} || 19183
|-
| September 11, 1915 || February 27, 1919 || [[George F. Edmunds]] || Republican || [[Vermont]] || April 3, 1866 || {{age in years and days|1866|4|3|1919|2|27}} || 19322
|-
| February 27, 1919 || November 3, 1924 || [[Cornelius Cole]] || Republican || [[California]] || March 4, 1867 || {{age in years and days|1867|3|4|1924|11|3}} || 21063
|-
| November 3, 1924 || April 12, 1933 || [[Adelbert Ames]] || Republican || [[Mississippi]] || February 23, 1870 || {{age in years and days|1870|2|23|1933|4|12}} || 23058
|-
| April 12, 1933 || November 16, 1933 || [[Henry C. Hansbrough]] || Republican || [[North Dakota]] || March 4, 1891 || {{age in years and days|1891|3|4|1933|11|16}} || 15597
|-
| November 16, 1933 || November 18, 1934 || [[Lee Mantle]] || Republican || [[Montana]] || January 16, 1895 || {{age in years and days|1895|1|16|1934|11|18}} || 14550
|-
| November 18, 1934 || June 3, 1938 || [[Marion Butler]] || [[Populist Party (United States)|Populist]] || [[North Carolina]] || March 4, 1895 || {{age in years and days|1895|3|4|1938|6|3}} || 15796
|-
| June 3, 1938 || October 21, 1938 || [[Henry Heitfeld]] || Populist || [[Idaho]] || March 4, 1897 || {{age in years and days|1897|3|4|1938|10|21}} || 15205
|-
| October 21, 1938 || April 30, 1940 || [[Furnifold McLendel Simmons|Furnifold Simmons]] || Democratic || North Carolina || March 4, 1901 || {{age in years and days|1901|3|4|1940|4|30}} || 14302
|-
| April 30, 1940 || February 9, 1941 || [[Reed Smoot (U.S. Senator)|Reed Smoot]] || Republican || [[Utah]] || March 4, 1903 || {{age in years and days|1903|3|4|1941|2|9}} || 13857
|-
| February 9, 1941 || March 13, 1945 || [[Charles W. F. Dick]] || Republican || Ohio || March 23, 1904 || {{age in years and days|1904|3|23|1945|3|13}} || 14965
|-
| March 13, 1945 || January 5, 1960 || [[Norris Brown]] || Republican || [[Nebraska]] || March 4, 1907 || {{age in years and days|1907|3|4|1960|1|5}} || 19300
|-
| January 5, 1960 || May 31, 1962 || [[Henry F. Ashurst]] || Democratic || [[Arizona]] || March 27, 1912 || {{age in years and days|1912|3|27|1962|5|31}} || 18327
|-
| January 5, 1960 || December 28, 1972 || [[John Netherland Heiskell|John Heiskell]] || Democratic || [[Arkansas]] || January 6, 1913 || {{age in years and days|1913|1|6|1972|12|28}} || 21906
|-
| rowspan=2|December 28, 1972 || January 6, 1975 || [[Burton K. Wheeler]] || Democratic || Montana || rowspan=2| March 4, 1923 || {{age in years and days|1923|3|4|1975|1|6}} || 18936
|-
| January 14, 1978 || [[Clarence Dill]] || Democratic || [[Washington (state)|Washington]] || {{age in years and days|1923|3|4|1978|1|14}} || 20040
|-
| January 14, 1978 || August 16, 1979 || [[F. Ryan Duffy]] || Democratic || [[Wisconsin]] || March 4, 1933 || {{age in years and days|1933|3|4|1979|8|16}} || 16966
|-
| August 16, 1979 || March 13, 1985 || [[Elmer Austin Benson]] || [[Minnesota Farmer-Labor Party|Farmer-Labor]] || [[Minnesota]] || December 27, 1935 || {{age in years and days|1935|12|27|1985|3|13}} || 17974
|-
| March 13, 1985 || May 30, 1989 || [[Claude Pepper]] || Democratic || [[Florida]] || November 4, 1936 || {{age in years and days|1936|11|4|1989|5|30}} || 19200
|-
| May 30, 1989 || September 22, 1990 || [[John A. Danaher]] || Republican || Connecticut || January 3, 1939 || {{age in years and days|1939|1|3|1990|9|22}} || 18890
|-
| September 22, 1990 || June 15, 1991 || [[Happy Chandler]] || Democratic || Kentucky || October 10, 1939 || {{age in years and days|1939|10|10|1991|6|15}} || 18876
|-
| June 15, 1991 || December 18, 1993 || [[Joseph H. Ball]] || Republican || Minnesota || October 14, 1940 || {{age in years and days|1940|10|14|1993|12|18}} || 19423
|-
| December 18, 1993 || January 21, 1999 || [[Berkeley L. Bunker]] || Democratic || [[Nevada]] || November 27, 1940 || {{age in years and days|1940|11|27|1999|1|21}} || 21239
|-
| January 21, 1999 || May 9, 2003 || [[Russell B. Long]] || Democratic || Louisiana || December 31, 1948 || {{age in years and days|1948|12|31|2003|5|9}} || 19852
|-
| May 9, 2003 || January 20, 2007 || [[George Smathers]] || Democratic || Florida || January 3, 1951 || {{age in years and days|1951|1|3|2007|1|20}} || 20471
|-
| January 20, 2007 || June 28, 2010 || [[Robert Byrd]]<ref name="SeniorStillServUn">Attained most Senior Senator status while serving uninterrupted terms.</ref> || Democratic || [[West Virginia]] || January 3, 1959 || {{age in years and days|1959|1|3|2010|6|28}} || 18804
|-
| rowspan=3|June 28, 2010 || October 21, 2012 || [[George McGovern]] || Democratic || [[South Dakota]] || rowspan=3|January 3, 1963 || {{age in years and days|1963|1|3|2012|10|21}} || 18189
|-
| December 17, 2012 || [[Daniel Inouye]]<ref name="SeniorStillServUn"></ref> || Democratic || [[Hawaii]] || {{age in years and days|1963|1|3|2012|12|17}} || 18246
|-
| || [[Birch Bayh]] || Democratic || [[Indiana]] || {{age in years and days|1963|1|3}} || {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
}}
-{{JULIANDAY
|1963
|1
|3
}}
}}
|}
 
====Women====
 
{| class="wikitable"
! Begin Date !! End Date !! Senator !! Party !! State !! 1st Entered Senate !! Time since entry !! Days
|-
| October 3, 1922 || January 24, 1930 || [[Rebecca Latimer Felton]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]] || October 3, 1922 || {{age in years and days|1922|10|3|1930|1|24}} || 2670
|-
| January 24, 1930 || December 9, 1931 || <i>none</i> || || || || ||
|-
| December 9, 1931 || December 22, 1950 || [[Hattie Caraway]] || Democratic || [[Arkansas]] || December 9, 1931 || {{age in years and days|1931|12|9|1950|12|22}} || 6953
|-
| December 22, 1950 || May 27, 1970 || [[Rose McConnell Long]] || Democratic || [[Louisiana]] || January 31, 1936 || {{age in years and days|1936|1|31|1970|5|27}} || 12535
|-
| May 27, 1970 || March 14, 1989 || [[Gladys Pyle]] || [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || [[South Dakota]] || November 9, 1938 || {{age in years and days|1938|11|9|1989|3|14}} || 18388
|-
| March 14, 1989 || May 29, 1995 || [[Margaret Chase Smith]] || Republican || [[Maine]] || January 3, 1949 || {{age in years and days|1949|1|3|1995|5|29}} || 16947
|-
| May 29, 1995 || February 22, 2000 || [[Maurine Brown Neuberger]] || Democratic || [[Oregon]] || November 9, 1960 || {{age in years and days|1960|11|9|2000|2|22}} || 14349
|-
| February 22, 2000 || || [[Elaine S. Edwards]] || Democratic || Louisiana || August 1, 1972 || {{age in years and days|1972|8|1}} || {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
}}
-{{JULIANDAY
|1972
|8
|1
}}
}}
|}
 
===House===
 
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date !! End Date !! Representative !! Party !! State !! 1st Entered House !! Time since entry !! Days
|-
| rowspan=58|March 4, 1789 || June 1, 1790 || [[Theodorick Bland]] || [[Anti-Administration]] || [[Virginia]] || rowspan=58|March 4, 1789 || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1790|6|1}} || 454
|-
| July 23, 1793 || [[Roger Sherman]] || [[Pro-Administration Party (United States)|Pro Administration]] || [[Connecticut]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1793|7|23}} || 1602
|-
| March 2, 1796 || [[Thomas Scott]] || Pro-Administration || [[Pennsylvania]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|3|2}} || 2555
|-
| July 5, 1796 || [[Daniel Carroll]] || Pro-Administration || [[Maryland]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1796|7|5}} || 2680
|-
| October 20, 1798 || [[Joshua Seney]] || Anti-Administration || Maryland || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1798|10|20}} || 3517
|-
| July 6, 1799 || [[Daniel Huger]] || Pro-Administration || [[South Carolina]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1799|7|6}} || 3776
|-
| October 16, 1800 || [[Benjamin Huntington]] || Pro-Administration || Connecticut || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1800|10|16}} || 4243
|-
| December 21, 1800 || [[Thomas Hartley]] || Pro-Administration || Pennsylvania || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1800|12|21}} || 4309
|-
| June 4, 1801 || [[Frederick Muhlenberg]] || Pro-Administration || Pennsylvania || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1801|6|4}} || 4474
|-
| February 1802 || [[John M. Vining]] || Pro-Administration || [[Delaware]] || 12 years, 340 days ca. || 4730 ca.
|-
| March 30, 1802 || [[Aedanus Burke]] || Anti-Administration || South Carolina || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1802|3|30}} || 4773
|-
| May 18, 1803 || [[Samuel Livermore]] || Anti-Administration || [[New Hampshire]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1803|5|18}} || 5187
|-
| March 7, 1804 || [[Daniel Hiester]] || Anti-Administration || Pennsylvania || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1804|3|7}} || 5481
|-
| April 30, 1804 || [[Jeremiah Wadsworth]] || Pro-Administration || Connecticut || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1804|4|30}} || 5535
|-
| September 19, 1804 || [[Alexander White (Virginia)|Alexander White]] || Pro-Administration || Virginia || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1804|9|19}} || 5677
|-
| March 19, 1806 || [[James Jackson]] || Anti-Administration || [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1806|3|19}} || 6223
|-
| March 4, 1807 || [[Abraham Baldwin]] || Anti-Administration || Georgia || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1807|3|4}} || 6573
|-
| September 8, 1807 || [[Jonathan Grout]] || Anti-Administration || [[Massachusetts]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1807|9|8}} || 6761
|-
| October 1, 1807 || [[Peter Muhlenberg]] || Anti-Administration || Pennsylvania || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1807|10|1}} || 6784
|-
| July 4, 1808 || [[Fisher Ames]] || Pro-Administration<br/>[[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]] || Massachusetts || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1808|7|4}} || 7061
|-
| October 11, 1808 || [[John Page]] || Anti-Administration || Virginia || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1808|10|11}} || 7160
|-
| October 15, 1808 || [[Peter Silvester]] || Pro-Administration || [[New York]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1808|10|15}} || 7164
|-
| August 7, 1809 || [[Jonathan Trumbull, Jr.]] || Pro-Administration || Connecticut || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1809|8|7}} || 7460
|-
| February 19, 1810 || [[Jeremiah Van Rensselaer]] || Anti-Administration || New York || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1810|2|19}} || 7656
|-
| March 11, 1810 || [[Josiah Parker]] || Anti-Administration || Virginia || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1810|3|11}} || 7676
|-
| November 3, 1810 || [[Samuel Griffin]] || Pro-Administration || Virginia || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1810|11|3}} || 7913
|-
| November 11, 1810 || [[John Laurance]] || Pro-Administration || New York || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1810|11|11}} || 7921
|-
| August 26, 1811 || [[Thomas Fitzsimmons]] || Pro-Administration || Pennsylvania || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1811|8|26}} || 8209
|-
| April 1, 1812 || [[Michael J. Stone]] || Anti-Administration || Maryland || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1812|4|1}} || 8428
|-
| August 30, 1812 || [[George Mathews]] || Anti-Administration || Georgia || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1812|8|30}} || 8579
|-
| December 19, 1812 || [[William Loughton Smith]] || Pro-Administration || South Carolina || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1812|12|19}} || 8690
|-
| rowspan=2|January 24, 1813 || [[George Clymer]] || Pro-Administration || Pennsylvania || rowspan=2|{{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1813|1|24}} || rowspan=2|8726
|-
| [[Theodore Sedgwick]] || Pro-Administration || Massachusetts
|-
| June 3, 1813 || [[Isaac Coles]] || Anti-Administration || Virginia || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1813|6|3}} || 8856
|-
| March 27, 1814 || [[William Smith (Maryland)|William Smith]] || Anti-Administration || Maryland || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1814|3|27}} || 9153
|-
| May 2, 1814 || [[Nicholas Gilman]] || Pro-Administration || New Hampshire || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1814|5|2}} || 9189
|-
| July 28, 1814 || [[Benjamin Goodhue]] || Pro-Administration || Massachusetts || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1814|7|28}} || 9276
|-
| November 23, 1814 || [[Elbridge Gerry]] || Anti-Administration || Massachusetts || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1814|11|23}} || 9394
|-
| January 2, 1815 || [[George Gale]] || Pro-Administration || Maryland || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1815|1|2}} || 9434
|-
| November 30, 1815 || [[Benjamin Contee]] || Anti-Administration || Maryland || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1815|11|30}} || 9766
|-
| March 25, 1816 || [[Henry Wynkoop]] || Pro-Administration || Pennsylvania || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1816|3|25}} || 9882
|-
| May 15, 1817 || [[Thomas Sinnickson (merchant)|Thomas Sinnickson]] || Pro-Administration || [[New Jersey]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1817|5|15}} || 10298
|-
| July 26, 1819 || [[George Leonard]] || Pro-Administration || Massachusetts || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1819|7|26}} || 11100
|-
| October 4, 1819 || [[Jonathan Sturges]] || Pro-Administration || Connecticut || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1819|10|4}} || 11170
|-
| April 14, 1821 || [[Andrew Moore]] || Anti-Administration || Virginia || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1821|4|14}} || 11728
|-
| August 4, 1821 || [[William Floyd]] || Anti-Administration || New York || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1821|8|4}} || 11840
|-
| October 24, 1821 || [[Elias Boudinot]] || Pro-Administration || New Jersey || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1821|10|24}} || 11921
|-
| September 13, 1823 || [[Lambert Cadwalader]] || Pro-Administration || New Jersey || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1823|9|13}} || 12610
|-
| January 22, 1824 || [[James Schureman]] || Pro-Administration || New Jersey || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1824|1|22}} || 12741
|-
| April 6, 1824 || [[George Thatcher]] || Pro-Administration || Massachusetts || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1824|4|6}} || 12816
|-
| February 19, 1825 || [[John Hathorn]] || Anti-Administration || New York || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1825|2|19}} || 13135
|-
| March 12, 1827 || [[Richard Bland Lee I]] || Pro-Administration || Virginia || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1827|3|12}} || 13886
|-
| May 2, 1828 || [[Thomas Tudor Tucker]] || Anti-Administration || South Carolina || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1828|5|2}} || 14303
|-
| July 7, 1828 || [[George Partridge]] || Pro-Administration || Massachusetts || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1828|7|7}} || 14369
|-
| June 1, 1832 || [[Thomas Sumter]] || Anti-Administration || South Carolina || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1832|6|1}} || 15794
|-
| August 24, 1833 || [[Egbert Benson]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || New York || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1833|8|24}} || 16243
|-
| June 28, 1836 || [[James Madison]] || Anti-Administration || Virginia || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1836|6|28}} || 17282
|-
| August 29, 1837 || [[John Brown (Kentucky)|John Brown]] || Anti-Administration<br/>[[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]] || Virginia<br/>[[Kentucky]] || {{age in years and days|1789|3|4|1837|8|29}} || 17709
|-
| August 29, 1837 || September 21, 1842 || [[Jeremiah Smith]] || Pro-Administration<br/>Federalist || New Hampshire || March 4, 1791 || {{age in years and days|1791|3|4|1842|9|21}} || 18828
|-
| September 21, 1842 || March 6, 1844 || [[Gabriel Duvall]] || Anti-Administration<br/>Democratic-Republican || Maryland || November 11, 1794 || {{age in years and days|1794|11|11|1844|3|6}} || 18012
|-
| March 6, 1844 || August 12, 1849 || [[Albert Gallatin]] || Democratic-Republican || Pennsylvania || March 4, 1795 || {{age in years and days|1795|3|4|1849|8|12}} || 19884
|-
| August 12, 1849 || November 1, 1849 || [[Elizur Goodrich]] || Federalist || Connecticut || March 4, 1799 || {{age in years and days|1799|3|4|1849|11|1}} || 18504
|-
| November 1, 1849 || May 6, 1860 || [[Littleton Tazewell]] || Democratic-Republican<br/>[[Jacksonian Democrats|Jacksonian]] || Virginia || November 26, 1800 || {{age in years and days|1800|11|26|1860|5|6}} || 21711
|-
| May 6, 1860 || July 18, 1872 || [[Samuel Thatcher]] || Federalist || Massachusetts || December 6, 1802 || {{age in years and days|1802|12|6|1872|7|18}} || 25427
|-
| July 18, 1872 || November 1, 1874 || [[Enos Thompson Throop]] || Democratic-Republican || New York || March 4, 1815 || {{age in years and days|1815|3|4|1874|11|1}} || 21792
|-
| November 1, 1874 || May 10, 1875 || [[Willard Hall]] || Democratic-Republican || Delaware || March 4, 1817 || {{age in years and days|1817|3|4|1875|5|10}} || 21251
|-
| rowspan=2|May 10, 1875 || September 22, 1881 || [[John Alfred Cuthbert]] || Democratic-Republican || Georgia || rowspan=2|March 4, 1819 || {{age in years and days|1819|3|4|1881|9|22}} || 22848
|-
| October 7, 1883 || [[Mark Alexander (politician)|Mark Alexander]] || Democratic-Republican<br/>[[William H. Crawford|Crawford Republican]]<br/>Jacksonian || Virginia || {{age in years and days|1819|3|4|1883|10|7}} || 23593
|-
| October 7, 1883 || December 18, 1885 || [[Hiland Hall]] || [[Anti-Jacksonian Party (United States)|Anti-Jacksonian]]<br/>[[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]] || [[Vermont]] || January 1, 1833 || {{age in years and days|1833|1|1|1885|12|18}} || 19344
|-
| December 18, 1885 || May 30, 1888 || [[John James Pearson]] || Anti-Jacksonian || Pennsylvania || December 5, 1836 || {{age in years and days|1836|12|5|1888|5|30}} || 18804
|-
| rowspan=5|May 30, 1888 || May 11, 1889 || [[Henry A. Foster]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || New York || rowspan=5|March 4, 1837 || {{age in years and days|1837|3|4|1889|5|11}} || 19061
|-
| May 6, 1890 || [[Hiram Gray]] || Democratic || New York || {{age in years and days|1837|3|4|1890|5|6}} || 19421
|-
| May 13, 1890 || [[Amasa J. Parker]] || Democratic || New York || {{age in years and days|1837|3|4|1890|5|13}} || 19428
|-
| January 11, 1892 || [[Richard P. Marvin]] || Whig || New York || {{age in years and days|1837|3|4|1892|1|11}} || 20036
|-
| June 11, 1894 || [[John T. Andrews]] || |Democratic || New York || {{age in years and days|1837|3|4|1894|6|11}} || 20918
|-
| June 11, 1894 || November 16, 1894 || [[Robert Charles Winthrop]] || Whig || Massachusetts || November 9, 1840 || {{age in years and days|1840|11|9|1894|11|16}} || 19730
|-
| November 16, 1894 || February 9, 1900 || [[Richard W. Thompson]] || Whig || [[Indiana]] || March 4, 1841 || {{age in years and days|1841|3|4|1900|2|9}} || 21526
|-
| rowspan=2|February 9, 1900 || September 20, 1900 || [[John Alexander McClernand]] || Democratic || [[Illinois]] || rowspan=2|March 4, 1843 || {{age in years and days|1843|3|4|1900|9|20}} || 21019
|-
| April 22, 1903 || [[Alexander Ramsey]] || Whig<br/>[[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || Pennsylvania<br/>[[Minnesota]] || {{age in years and days|1843|3|4|1903|4|22}} || 21963
|-
| April 22, 1903 || July 10, 1903 || [[Ausburn Birdsall]] || Democratic || New York || March 4, 1847 || {{age in years and days|1847|3|4|1903|7|10}} || 20581
|-
| rowspan=2|July 10, 1903 || April 5, 1904|| [[John Houston Savage]] || Democratic || [[Tennessee]] || rowspan=2|March 4, 1849 || {{age in years and days|1849|3|4|1904|4|5}} || 20120
|-
| May 19, 1907 || [[Andrew J. Harlan]] || Democratic || Indiana || {{age in years and days|1849|3|4|1907|5|19}} || 21259
|-
| May 19, 1907 || February 4, 1909 || [[Addison White]] || Whig || Kentucky || March 4, 1851 || {{age in years and days|1851|3|4|1909|2|4}} || 21156
|-
| February 4, 1909 || January 30, 1912 || [[James C. Allen]] || Democratic || Illinois || March 4, 1853 || {{age in years and days|1853|3|4|1912|1|30}} || 21515
|-
| January 30, 1912 || May 26, 1912 || [[John Jamison Pearce]] || [[Opposition_Party_(United_States)#"Opposition_Party"_(a_major_party_in_Congress),_1855-1859|Opposition]] || Pennsylvania || March 4, 1855 || {{age in years and days|1855|3|4|1912|5|26}} || 20902
|-
| rowspan=2|May 26, 1912 || May 3, 1914 || [[Daniel Sickles]] || Democratic || New York || rowspan=2|March 4, 1857 || {{age in years and days|1857|3|4|1914|5|3}} || 20878
|-
| March 12, 1916 || [[George William Palmer]] || Republican || New York || {{age in years and days|1857|3|4|1916|3|12}} || 21557
|-
| March 12, 1916 || March 14, 1919 || [[Roger Atkinson Pryor]] || Democratic || Virginia || December 7, 1859 || {{age in years and days|1859|12|7|1919|3|14}} || 21646
|-
| March 14, 1919 || November 3, 1924 || [[Cornelius Cole]] || Republican || [[California]] || March 4, 1863 || {{age in years and days|1863|3|4|1924|11|3}} || 22524
|-
| November 3, 1924 || March 15, 1926 || [[Jackson Orr]] || Republican || [[Iowa]] || March 4, 1871 || {{age in years and days|1871|3|4|1926|3|15}} || 20099
|-
| rowspan=6|March 15, 1926 || November 12, 1926 || [[Joseph Gurney Cannon]] || Republican || Illinois || rowspan=6|March 4, 1873 || {{age in years and days|1873|3|4|1926|11|12}} || 19610
|-
| December 6, 1926 || [[Ira B. Hyde]] || Republican || [[Missouri]] || {{age in years and days|1873|3|4|1926|12|6}} || 19634
|-
| August 14, 1928 || [[William J. Purman]] || Republican || [[Florida]] || {{age in years and days|1873|3|4|1928|8|14}} || 20251
|-
| September 4, 1930 || [[Frederick George Bromberg]] || [[Liberal Republican Party (United States)|Liberal Republican]] || [[Alabama]] || {{age in years and days|1873|3|4|1930|9|4}} || 21002
|-
| May 22, 1931 || [[Henry Otis Pratt]] || Republican || Iowa || {{age in years and days|1873|3|4|1931|5|22}} || 21262
|-
| November 2, 1939 || [[John Roy Lynch]] || Republican || [[Mississippi]] || {{age in years and days|1873|3|4|1939|11|2}} || 24348
|-
| November 2, 1939 || May 25, 1947 || [[Perry Belmont]] || Democratic || New York || March 4, 1881 || {{age in years and days|1881|3|4|1947|5|25}} || 24187
|-
| rowspan=3|May 25, 1947 || July 29, 1948 || [[James Eli Watson]] || Republican || Indiana || rowspan=3|March 4, 1895 || {{age in years and days|1895|3|4|1948|7|29}} || 19505
|-
| October 2, 1950 || [[John F. Fitzgerald]] || Democratic || Massachusetts || {{age in years and days|1895|3|4|1950|10|2}} || 20300
|-
| October 22, 1954 || [[Harrison Henry Atwood]] || Republican || Massachusetts || {{age in years and days|1895|3|4|1954|10|22}} || 21781
|-
| rowspan=2|October 22, 1954 || February 22, 1960 || [[Townsend Scudder]] || Democratic || New York || rowspan=2|March 4, 1899 || {{age in years and days|1899|3|4|1960|2|22}} || 22269
|-
| March 24, 1961 || [[Mitchell May]] || Democratic || New York || {{age in years and days|1899|3|4|1961|3|24}} || 22665
|-
| March 24, 1961 || November 7, 1967 || [[John Nance Garner]] || Democratic || [[Texas]] || March 4, 1903 || {{age in years and days|1903|3|4|1967|11|7}} || 23624
|-
| November 7, 1967 || April 9, 1972 || [[James Francis Byrnes]] || Democratic || South Carolina || March 4, 1911 || {{age in years and days|1911|3|4|1972|4|9}} || 22317
|-
| April 9, 1972 || June 1, 1981 || [[Carl Vinson]] || Democratic || Georgia || November 3, 1914 || {{age in years and days|1914|11|3|1981|6|1}} || 24317
|-
| June 1, 1981 || January 18, 1991 || [[Hamilton Fish III]] || Republican || New York || November 2, 1920 || {{age in years and days|1920|11|2|1991|1|18}} || 25644
|-
| January 18, 1991 || October 10, 1991 || [[Victor Christgau]] || Republican || [[Minnesota]] || March 4, 1929 || {{age in years and days|1929|3|4|1991|10|10}} || 22865
|-
| rowspan=2|October 10, 1991 || May 15, 1994 || [[Robert T. Secrest]] || Democratic || [[Ohio]] || rowspan=2| March 4, 1933 || {{age in years and days|1933|3|4|1994|5|15}} || 22352
|-
| May 8, 1998 || [[Jennings Randolph]] || Democratic || [[West Virginia]] || {{age in years and days|1933|3|4|1998|5|8}} || 23806
|-
| rowspan=2|May 8, 1998 || December 5, 1998 || [[Albert Gore, Sr.]] || Democratic || Tennessee || rowspan=2|January 3, 1939 || {{age in years and days|1939|1|3|1998|12|5}} || 21886
|-
| January 24, 2000 || [[Carl Thomas Curtis]] || Republican || [[Nebraska]] || {{age in years and days|1939|1|3|2000|1|24}} || 22301
|-
| January 24, 2000 || October 18, 2004 || [[Edwin Arthur Hall]] || Republican || New York || November 7, 1939 || {{age in years and days|1939|11|7|2004|10|18}} || 23722
|-
| rowspan=2|October 18, 2004 || August 13, 2005 || [[William Jennings Bryan Dorn]] || Democratic || South Carolina || rowspan=2|January 3, 1947 || {{age in years and days|1947|1|3|2005|8|13}} || 21407
|-
| January 20, 2007 || [[George Smathers]] || Democratic || Florida || {{age in years and days|1947|1|3|2007|1|20}} || 21932
|-
| rowspan=12|January 20, 2007 || April 17, 2007 || [[Steven Derounian]] || Republican || New York || rowspan=12|January 3, 1953 || {{age in years and days|1953|1|3|2007|4|17}} || 19827
|-
| June 16, 2009 || [[Paul A. Fino]] || Republican || New York || {{age in years and days|1953|1|3|2009|6|16}} || 20618
|-
| March 6, 2010 || [[Stuyvesant Wainwright]] || Republican || New York || {{age in years and days|1953|1|3|2010|3|6}} || 20881
|-
| June 28, 2010 || [[Robert Byrd]] || Democratic || West Virginia || {{age in years and days|1953|1|3|2010|6|28}} || 20995
|-
| May 23, 2011 || [[Peter Frelinghuysen, Jr.]] || Republican || New Jersey || {{age in years and days|1953|1|3|2011|5|23}} || 21324
|-
| June 27, 2011 || [[Richard Harding Poff]] || Republican || Virginia || {{age in years and days|1953|1|3|2011|6|27}} || 21359
|-
| August 20, 2011 || [[Charles S. Gubser]] || Republican || California || {{age in years and days|1953|1|3|2011|8|20}} || 21413
|-
| May 23, 2012 || [[William C. Wampler]] || Republican || Virginia || {{age in years and days|1953|1|3|2012|5|23}} || 21690
|-
| December 4, 2012 || [[Jack Brooks (politician)|Jack Brooks]] || Democratic || Texas || {{age in years and days|1953|1|3|2012|12|4}} || 21885
|-
| rowspan=2| || [[Melvin R. Laird]] || Republican || [[Wisconsin]] || rowspan=2|{{age in years and days|1953|1|3}} || rowspan=2|{{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
}}
-{{JULIANDAY
|1953
|1
|3
}}
}}
|-
| [[Clarence Clifton Young]] || Republican || [[Nevada]]
|}
 
====Women====
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! Begin Date !! End Date !! Representative !! Party !! State !! 1st Entered House !! Time since entry !! Days
|-
| March 4, 1917 || May 18, 1973 || [[Jeannette Rankin]] || [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || [[Montana]] || March 4, 1917 || {{age in years and days|1917|3|4|1973|5|18}} || 20529
|-
| May 18, 1973 || July 9, 1973 || [[Mae Nolan]] || Republican || [[California]] || January 23, 1923 || {{age in years and days|1923|1|23|1973|7|9}} || 18430
|-
| July 9, 1973 || January 9, 1975 || [[Virginia E. Jenckes]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || [[Indiana]] || March 4, 1933 || {{age in years and days|1933|3|4|1975|1|9}} || 15286
|-
| January 9, 1975 || November 2, 1989 || [[Elizabeth Hawley Gasque]] || Democratic || [[South Carolina]] || September 13, 1938 || {{age in years and days|1938|9|13|1989|11|2}} || 18678
|-
| November 2, 1989 || August 10, 1994 || [[Jessie Sumner]] || Republican || [[Illinois]] || January 3, 1939 || {{age in years and days|1939|1|3|1994|8|10}} || 20308
|-
| August 10, 1994 || May 29, 1995 || [[Margaret Chase Smith]] || Republican || [[Maine]] || June 3, 1940 || {{age in years and days|1940|6|3|1995|5|29}} || 20083
|-
| May 29, 1995 || February 29, 1996 || [[Winifred C. Stanley]] || Republican || [[New York]] || January 3, 1943 || {{age in years and days|1943|1|3|1996|2|29}} || 19415
|-
| February 29, 1996 || December 14, 1997 || [[Edna F. Kelly]] || Democratic || New York || November 8, 1949 || {{age in years and days|1949|11|8|1997|12|14}} || 17568
|-
| December 14, 1997 || April 22, 2003 || [[Martha Griffiths]] || Democratic || [[Michigan]] || January 3, 1955 || {{age in years and days|1955|1|3|2003|4|22}} || 17641
|-
| April 22, 2003 || May 28, 2004 || [[Catherine Dean May]] || Republican || [[Washington]] || January 3, 1959 || {{age in years and days|1959|1|3|2004|5|28}} || 16582
|-
| May 28, 2004 || January 25, 2007 || [[Charlotte Thompson Reid]] || Republican || Illinois || January 3, 1963 || {{age in years and days|1963|1|3|2007|1|25}} || 16093
|-
| January 25, 2007 || || [[Margaret Heckler]] || Republican || [[Massachusetts]] || January 3, 1967 || {{age in years and days|1967|1|3}} || {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
}}
-{{JULIANDAY
|1967
|1
|3
}}
}}
|}
 
===Governor===
 
{| class="wikitable"
! Begin Date !! End Date !! Governor !! Party !! State !! In office from !! Time since<br/>assumption of office !! Days
|-
| December 7, 1787<ref name="newstate">New state admitted to the Union</ref> || December 18, 1787<ref name="newstate"/> || [[John McKinly]] || [[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]] || [[Delaware]] || February 12, 1777 || {{age in years and days|1777|2|12|1787|12|18}} || 3961
|-
| December 18, 1787<ref name="newstate"/> || January 2, 1788<ref name="newstate"/> || [[William Livingston]] || Federalist || [[New Jersey]] || August 31, 1776 || {{age in years and days|1776|8|31|1788|1|2}} || 4141
|-
| January 2, 1788<ref name="newstate"/> || February 2, 1804 || [[George Walton]] || [[Non-partisan]] || [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]] || December 11, 1775 || {{age in years and days|1775|12|11|1804|2|2}} || 10279
|-
| February 2, 1804 || October 26, 1819 || [[Thomas Johnson (jurist)|Thomas Johnson]] || Non-partisan || [[Maryland]] || March 21, 1777 || {{age in years and days|1777|3|21|1819|10|26}} || 15558
|-
| October 26, 1819 || July 4, 1826 || [[Thomas Jefferson]] || Non-partisan || [[Virginia]] || June 1, 1779 || {{age in years and days|1779|6|1|1826|7|4}} || 17199
|-
| July 4, 1826 || November 2, 1828 || [[Thomas Pinckney]] || Federalist || [[South Carolina]] || February 20, 1787 || {{age in years and days|1787|2|20|1828|11|2}} || 15230
|-
| November 2, 1828 || May 17, 1829 || [[John Jay]] || Federalist || [[New York]] || July 1, 1795 || {{age in years and days|1795|7|1|1829|5|17}} || 12373
|-
| May 17, 1829 || December 11, 1838 || [[Isaac Tichenor]] || Federalist || [[Vermont]] || October 16, 1797 || {{age in years and days|1797|10|16|1838|12|11}} || 15030
|-
| December 11, 1838 || April 7, 1844 || [[Morgan Lewis (governor)|Morgan Lewis]] || [[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]] || New York || July 1, 1804 || {{age in years and days|1804|7|1|1844|4|7}} || 14525
|-
| April 7, 1844 || January 12, 1853 || [[William H. Cabell]] || Democratic-Republican || Virginia || December 7, 1805 || {{age in years and days|1805|12|7|1853|1|12}} || 17203
|-
| January 12, 1853 || October 5, 1853 || [[Mahlon Dickerson]] || Democratic-Republican || New Jersey || October 26, 1815 || {{age in years and days|1815|10|26|1853|10|5}} || 13859
|-
| October 5, 1853 || April 18, 1854 || [[Nehemiah R. Knight]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Rhode Island]] || May 7, 1817 || {{age in years and days|1817|5|7|1854|4|18}} || 13495
|-
| April 18, 1854 || January 3, 1863 || [[John Branch]] || Democratic-Republican || [[North Carolina]] || December 6, 1817 || {{age in years and days|1817|12|6|1863|1|3}} || 16464
|-
| January 3, 1863 || January 30, 1865 || [[Thomas Bennett, Jr.]] || Democratic-Republican || South Carolina || December 7, 1820 || {{age in years and days|1820|12|7|1865|1|30}} || 16125
|-
| January 30, 1865 || February 24, 1871 || [[William C. Gibbs]] || Democratic-Republican || Rhode Island || May 2, 1821 || {{age in years and days|1821|5|2|1871|2|24}} || 18195
|-
| February 24, 1871 || November 1, 1874 || [[Enos T. Throop]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || New York || March 12, 1829 ||{{age in years and days|1829|3|12|1874|11|1}} || 16670
|-
| November 1, 1874 || February 11, 1888 || [[Wyndham Robertson]] || [[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]] || Virginia || April 30, 1836 || {{age in years and days|1836|4|30|1888|2|11}} || 18914
|-
| February 11, 1888 || February 17, 1894 || [[David Dunn (Maine)|David Dunn]] || Democratic || [[Maine]] || January 1, 1844 || {{age in years and days|1844|1|1|1894|2|17}} || 18310
|-
| February 17, 1894 || June 13, 1896 || [[Alpheus Felch]] || Democratic || [[Michigan]] || January 5, 1846 || {{age in years and days|1846|1|5|1896|6|13}} || 18422
|-
| June 13, 1896 || March 8, 1898 || [[Peter Hansborough Bell]] || Democratic || [[Texas]] || December 21, 1849 || {{age in years and days|1849|12|21|1898|3|8}} || 17609
|-
| March 8, 1898 || February 27, 1905 || [[George S. Boutwell]] || Democratic || [[Massachusetts]] || January 11, 1851 || {{age in years and days|1851|1|11|1905|2|27}} || 19770
|-
| February 27, 1905 || September 11, 1915 || [[William Sprague IV]] || [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || Rhode Island || May 29, 1860 || {{age in years and days|1860|5|29|1915|9|11}} || 20192
|-
| September 11, 1915 || April 12, 1933 || [[Adelbert Ames]] || Non-partisan || [[Mississippi]] || June 15, 1868 || {{age in years and days|1868|6|15|1933|4|12}} || 23676
|-
| April 12, 1933 || August 6, 1938 || [[Joseph W. Fifer]] || Republican || [[Illinois]] || January 14, 1889 || {{age in years and days|1889|1|14|1938|8|6}} || 18100
|-
| August 6, 1938 || October 30, 1939 || [[Roswell K. Colcord]] || Republican || [[Nevada]] || January 5, 1891 || {{age in years and days|1891|1|5|1939|10|30}} || 17829
|-
| October 30, 1939 || April 24, 1943 || [[John E. Osborne]] || Democratic || [[Wyoming]] || January 2, 1893 || {{age in years and days|1893|1|2|1943|4|24}} || 18373
|-
| April 24, 1943 || January 10, 1944 || [[Frederick B. Fancher]] || Republican || [[North Dakota]] || January 3, 1899 || {{age in years and days|1899|1|3|1944|1|10}} || 16442
|-
| January 10, 1944 || June 8, 1946 || [[John L. Bates]] || Republican || Massachusetts || January 8, 1903 || {{age in years and days|1903|1|8|1946|6|8}} || 15857
|-
| June 8, 1946 || May 9, 1958 || [[Fenimore Chatterton]] || Republican || Wyoming || April 28, 1903 || {{age in years and days|1903|4|28|1958|5|9}} || 20100
|-
| May 9, 1958 || April 4, 1960 || [[George L. Sheldon]] || Republican || [[Nebraska]] || January 3, 1907 || {{age in years and days|1907|1|3|1960|4|4}} || 19450
|-
| April 4, 1960 || July 29, 1960 || [[Robert P. Bass]] || Republican || [[New Hampshire]] || January 5, 1911 || {{age in years and days|1911|1|5|1960|7|29}} || 18103
|-
| July 29, 1960 || August 22, 1960 || [[Oswald West]] || Democratic || [[Oregon]] || January 11, 1911 || {{age in years and days|1911|1|11|1960|8|22}} || 18121
|-
| August 22, 1960 || October 23, 1962 || [[Henry D. Hatfield]] || Republican || [[West Virginia]] || March 14, 1913 || {{age in years and days|1913|3|14|1962|10|23}} || 18120
|-
| October 23, 1962 || April 10, 1964 || [[John G. Townsend, Jr.]] || Republican || Delaware || January 16, 1917 || {{age in years and days|1917|1|16|1964|4|10}} || 17251
|-
| April 10, 1964 || June 7, 1964 || [[William P. Hobby]] || Democratic || Texas || August 25, 1917 || {{age in years and days|1917|8|25|1964|6|7}} || 17088
|-
| June 7, 1964 || September 14, 1968 || [[William H. McMaster]] || Republican || [[South Dakota]] || January 4, 1921 || {{age in years and days|1921|1|4|1968|9|14}} || 17420
|-
| September 14, 1968 || June 12, 1969 || [[Percival Proctor Baxter]] || Republican || Maine || January 31, 1921 || {{age in years and days|1921|1|31|1969|6|12}} || 17664
|-
| June 12, 1969 || December 19, 1977 || [[Nellie Tayloe Ross]] || Democratic || Wyoming || January 5, 1925 || {{age in years and days|1925|1|5|1977|12|19}} || 19341
|-
| December 19, 1977 || October 12, 1987 || [[Alf Landon]] || Republican || [[Kansas]] || January 9, 1933 || {{age in years and days|1933|1|9|1987|10|12}} || 19999
|-
| October 12, 1987 || June 15, 1991 || [[Happy Chandler]] || Democratic || [[Kentucky]] || December 10, 1935 || {{age in years and days|1935|12|10|1991|6|15}} || 20276
|-
| June 15, 1991 || March 4, 2001 || [[Harold Stassen]] || Republican || [[Minnesota]] || January 2, 1939 || {{age in years and days|1939|1|2|2001|3|4}} || 22707
|-
| March 4, 2001 || August 8, 2002 || [[Charles Poletti]] || Democratic || New York || December 3, 1942 || {{age in years and days|1942|12|3|2002|8|8}} || 21798
|-
| August 8, 2002 || June 26, 2003 || [[Strom Thurmond]] || Democratic || South Carolina || January 21, 1947 || {{age in years and days|1947|1|21|2003|6|26}} || 20610
|-
| June 26, 2003 || October 4, 2003 || [[Sid McMath]] || Democratic || [[Arkansas]] || January 11, 1949 || {{age in years and days|1949|1|11|2003|10|4}} || 19989
|-
| October 4, 2003 || February 6, 2005 || [[Elbert N. Carvel]] || Democratic || Delaware || January 18, 1949 || {{age in years and days|1949|1|18|2005|2|6}} || 20473
|-
| February 6, 2005 || May 9, 2013 || [[George M. Leader]] || Democratic || [[Pennsylvania]] || January 18, 1955 || {{age in years and days|1955|1|18|2013|5|9}} || 21296
|-
| May 9, 2013 || || [[John Malcolm Patterson]] || Democratic || [[Alabama]] || January 19, 1959 || {{age in years and days|1959|1|19}} || {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
}}
-{{JULIANDAY
|1959
|1
|19
}}
}}
|}
 
====Women====
 
{| class="wikitable"
! Begin Date !! End Date !! Governor !! Party !! State !! In office from !! Time since<br/>assumption of office !! Days
|-
| January 5, 1925 || December 19, 1977 || [[Nellie Tayloe Ross]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || [[Wyoming]] || January 5, 1925 || {{age in years and days|1925|1|5|1977|12|19}} || 19341
|-
| December 19, 1977 || February 5, 1981 || [[Ella T. Grasso]] || Democratic || [[Connecticut]] || January 8, 1975 || {{age in years and days|1975|1|8|1981|2|5}} || 2220
|-
| February 5, 1981 || January 2, 1994 || [[Dixy Lee Ray]] || Democratic || [[Washington (state)|Washington]] || January 12, 1977 || {{age in years and days|1977|1|12|1994|1|2}} || 6199
|-
| January 2, 1994 || || [[Martha Layne Collins]] || Democratic || [[Kentucky]] || December 13, 1983 || {{age in years and days|1983|12|13}} || {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
}}
-{{JULIANDAY
|1983
|12
|13
}}
}}
|}
 
====Men====
 
{| class="wikitable"
! Begin Date !! End Date !! Governor !! Party !! State !! In office from !! Time since<br/>assumption of office !! Days
|-
| December 7, 1787<ref name="newstate">New state admitted to the Union</ref> || December 18, 1787<ref name="newstate"/> || [[John McKinly]] || [[Federalist Party (United States)|Federalist]] || [[Delaware]] || February 12, 1777 || {{age in years and days|1777|2|12|1787|12|18}} || 3961
|-
| December 18, 1787<ref name="newstate"/> || January 2, 1788<ref name="newstate"/> || [[William Livingston]] || Federalist || [[New Jersey]] || August 31, 1776 || {{age in years and days|1776|8|31|1788|1|2}} || 4141
|-
| January 2, 1788<ref name="newstate"/> || February 2, 1804 || [[George Walton]] || [[Non-partisan]] || [[Georgia (U.S. state)|Georgia]] || December 11, 1775 || {{age in years and days|1775|12|11|1804|2|2}} || 10279
|-
| February 2, 1804 || October 26, 1819 || [[Thomas Johnson (jurist)|Thomas Johnson]] || Non-partisan || [[Maryland]] || March 21, 1777 || {{age in years and days|1777|3|21|1819|10|26}} || 15558
|-
| October 26, 1819 || July 4, 1826 || [[Thomas Jefferson]] || Non-partisan || [[Virginia]] || June 1, 1779 || {{age in years and days|1779|6|1|1826|7|4}} || 17199
|-
| July 4, 1826 || November 2, 1828 || [[Thomas Pinckney]] || Federalist || [[South Carolina]] || February 20, 1787 || {{age in years and days|1787|2|20|1828|11|2}} || 15230
|-
| November 2, 1828 || May 17, 1829 || [[John Jay]] || Federalist || [[New York]] || July 1, 1795 || {{age in years and days|1795|7|1|1829|5|17}} || 12373
|-
| May 17, 1829 || December 11, 1838 || [[Isaac Tichenor]] || Federalist || [[Vermont]] || October 16, 1797 || {{age in years and days|1797|10|16|1838|12|11}} || 15030
|-
| December 11, 1838 || April 7, 1844 || [[Morgan Lewis (governor)|Morgan Lewis]] || [[Democratic-Republican Party (United States)|Democratic-Republican]] || New York || July 1, 1804 || {{age in years and days|1804|7|1|1844|4|7}} || 14525
|-
| April 7, 1844 || January 12, 1853 || [[William H. Cabell]] || Democratic-Republican || Virginia || December 7, 1805 || {{age in years and days|1805|12|7|1853|1|12}} || 17203
|-
| January 12, 1853 || October 5, 1853 || [[Mahlon Dickerson]] || Democratic-Republican || New Jersey || October 26, 1815 || {{age in years and days|1815|10|26|1853|10|5}} || 13859
|-
| October 5, 1853 || April 18, 1854 || [[Nehemiah R. Knight]] || Democratic-Republican || [[Rhode Island]] || May 7, 1817 || {{age in years and days|1817|5|7|1854|4|18}} || 13495
|-
| April 18, 1854 || January 3, 1863 || [[John Branch]] || Democratic-Republican || [[North Carolina]] || December 6, 1817 || {{age in years and days|1817|12|6|1863|1|3}} || 16464
|-
| January 3, 1863 || January 30, 1865 || [[Thomas Bennett, Jr.]] || Democratic-Republican || South Carolina || December 7, 1820 || {{age in years and days|1820|12|7|1865|1|30}} || 16125
|-
| January 30, 1865 || February 24, 1871 || [[William C. Gibbs]] || Democratic-Republican || Rhode Island || May 2, 1821 || {{age in years and days|1821|5|2|1871|2|24}} || 18195
|-
| February 24, 1871 || November 1, 1874 || [[Enos T. Throop]] || [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic]] || New York || March 12, 1829 ||{{age in years and days|1829|3|12|1874|11|1}} || 16670
|-
| November 1, 1874 || February 11, 1888 || [[Wyndham Robertson]] || [[Whig Party (United States)|Whig]] || Virginia || April 30, 1836 || {{age in years and days|1836|4|30|1888|2|11}} || 18914
|-
| February 11, 1888 || February 17, 1894 || [[David Dunn (Maine)|David Dunn]] || Democratic || [[Maine]] || January 1, 1844 || {{age in years and days|1844|1|1|1894|2|17}} || 18310
|-
| February 17, 1894 || June 13, 1896 || [[Alpheus Felch]] || Democratic || [[Michigan]] || January 5, 1846 || {{age in years and days|1846|1|5|1896|6|13}} || 18422
|-
| June 13, 1896 || March 8, 1898 || [[Peter Hansborough Bell]] || Democratic || [[Texas]] || December 21, 1849 || {{age in years and days|1849|12|21|1898|3|8}} || 17609
|-
| March 8, 1898 || February 27, 1905 || [[George S. Boutwell]] || Democratic || [[Massachusetts]] || January 11, 1851 || {{age in years and days|1851|1|11|1905|2|27}} || 19770
|-
| February 27, 1905 || September 11, 1915 || [[William Sprague IV]] || [[Republican Party (United States)|Republican]] || Rhode Island || May 29, 1860 || {{age in years and days|1860|5|29|1915|9|11}} || 20192
|-
| September 11, 1915 || April 12, 1933 || [[Adelbert Ames]] || Non-partisan || [[Mississippi]] || June 15, 1868 || {{age in years and days|1868|6|15|1933|4|12}} || 23676
|-
| April 12, 1933 || August 6, 1938 || [[Joseph W. Fifer]] || Republican || [[Illinois]] || January 14, 1889 || {{age in years and days|1889|1|14|1938|8|6}} || 18100
|-
| August 6, 1938 || October 30, 1939 || [[Roswell K. Colcord]] || Republican || [[Nevada]] || January 5, 1891 || {{age in years and days|1891|1|5|1939|10|30}} || 17829
|-
| October 30, 1939 || April 24, 1943 || [[John E. Osborne]] || Democratic || [[Wyoming]] || January 2, 1893 || {{age in years and days|1893|1|2|1943|4|24}} || 18373
|-
| April 24, 1943 || January 10, 1944 || [[Frederick B. Fancher]] || Republican || [[North Dakota]] || January 3, 1899 || {{age in years and days|1899|1|3|1944|1|10}} || 16442
|-
| January 10, 1944 || June 8, 1946 || [[John L. Bates]] || Republican || Massachusetts || January 8, 1903 || {{age in years and days|1903|1|8|1946|6|8}} || 15857
|-
| June 8, 1946 || May 9, 1958 || [[Fenimore Chatterton]] || Republican || Wyoming || April 28, 1903 || {{age in years and days|1903|4|28|1958|5|9}} || 20100
|-
| May 9, 1958 || April 4, 1960 || [[George L. Sheldon]] || Republican || [[Nebraska]] || January 3, 1907 || {{age in years and days|1907|1|3|1960|4|4}} || 19450
|-
| April 4, 1960 || July 29, 1960 || [[Robert P. Bass]] || Republican || [[New Hampshire]] || January 5, 1911 || {{age in years and days|1911|1|5|1960|7|29}} || 18103
|-
| July 29, 1960 || August 22, 1960 || [[Oswald West]] || Democratic || [[Oregon]] || January 11, 1911 || {{age in years and days|1911|1|11|1960|8|22}} || 18121
|-
| August 22, 1960 || October 23, 1962 || [[Henry D. Hatfield]] || Republican || [[West Virginia]] || March 14, 1913 || {{age in years and days|1913|3|14|1962|10|23}} || 18120
|-
| October 23, 1962 || April 10, 1964 || [[John G. Townsend, Jr.]] || Republican || Delaware || January 16, 1917 || {{age in years and days|1917|1|16|1964|4|10}} || 17251
|-
| April 10, 1964 || June 7, 1964 || [[William P. Hobby]] || Democratic || Texas || August 25, 1917 || {{age in years and days|1917|8|25|1964|6|7}} || 17088
|-
| June 7, 1964 || September 14, 1968 || [[William H. McMaster]] || Republican || [[South Dakota]] || January 4, 1921 || {{age in years and days|1921|1|4|1968|9|14}} || 17420
|-
| September 14, 1968 || June 12, 1969 || [[Percival Proctor Baxter]] || Republican || Maine || January 31, 1921 || {{age in years and days|1921|1|31|1969|6|12}} || 17664
|-
| June 12, 1969 || October 25, 1972 || [[Doyle E. Carlton]] || Democratic || [[Florida]] || January 8, 1929 || {{age in years and days|1929|1|8|1972|10|25}} || 15996
|-
| October 25, 1972 || October 12, 1987 || [[Alf Landon]] || Republican || [[Kansas]] || January 9, 1933 || {{age in years and days|1933|1|9|1987|10|12}} || 19999
|-
| October 12, 1987 || June 15, 1991 || [[Happy Chandler]] || Democratic || [[Kentucky]] || December 10, 1935 || {{age in years and days|1935|12|10|1991|6|15}} || 20276
|-
| June 15, 1991 || March 4, 2001 || [[Harold Stassen]] || Republican || [[Minnesota]] || January 2, 1939 || {{age in years and days|1939|1|2|2001|3|4}} || 22707
|-
| March 4, 2001 || August 8, 2002 || [[Charles Poletti]] || Democratic || New York || December 3, 1942 || {{age in years and days|1942|12|3|2002|8|8}} || 21798
|-
| August 8, 2002 || June 26, 2003 || [[Strom Thurmond]] || Democratic || South Carolina || January 21, 1947 || {{age in years and days|1947|1|21|2003|6|26}} || 20610
|-
| June 26, 2003 || October 4, 2003 || [[Sid McMath]] || Democratic || [[Arkansas]] || January 11, 1949 || {{age in years and days|1949|1|11|2003|10|4}} || 19989
|-
| October 4, 2003 || February 6, 2005 || [[Elbert N. Carvel]] || Democratic || Delaware || January 18, 1949 || {{age in years and days|1949|1|18|2005|2|6}} || 20473
|-
| February 6, 2005 || May 9, 2013 || [[George M. Leader]] || Democratic || [[Pennsylvania]] || January 18, 1955 || {{age in years and days|1955|1|18|2013|5|9}} || 21296
|-
| May 9, 2013 || || [[John Malcolm Patterson]] || Democratic || [[Alabama]] || January 19, 1959 || {{age in years and days|1959|1|19}} || {{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
}}
-{{JULIANDAY
|1959
|1
|19
}}
}}
|}
 
==References==
<references/>
 
{{USCongress}}
 
{{#expr:
+{{JULIANDAY
|{{CURRENTYEAR}}
|{{CURRENTMONTH}}
|{{CURRENTDAY}}
}}
-{{JULIANDAY
|1989
|7
|19
}}
}} dd
 
==List of popes by age==
{| class="sortable wikitable"
|-
!align="center"| Numerical<br/>order
!align="center"| Pope<br/>
!align="center"| Date of birth<br/>
!align="center"| Papacy began
!align="center"| Papacy ended
!align="center"| Age at<br/>election
!align="center"| Length of<br/>pontificate
!align="center"| Age<br/>
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 215
| [[Pope Pius III|Pius III]]
| {{dts|1439|5|29}}
| {{dts|1503|9|22}}
| {{dts|1503|10|18}}
| {{age in years and days|1439|5|29|1503|9|22}}
| {{age in years and days|1503|9|22|1503|10|18}}
| {{age in years and days|1439|5|29|1503|10|18}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 216
| [[Pope Julius II|Julius II]]
| {{dts|1443|12|5}}
| {{dts|1503|11|1}}
| {{dts|1513|2|21}}
| {{age in years and days|1443|12|5|1503|11|1}}
| {{age in years and days|1503|11|1|1513|2|21}}
| {{age in years and days|1443|12|5|1513|2|21}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 217
| [[Pope Leo X|Leo X]]
| {{dts|1475|12|11}}
| {{dts|1513|3|9}}
| {{dts|1521|12|1}}
| {{age in years and days|1475|12|11|1513|3|9}}
| {{age in years and days|1513|3|9|1521|12|1}}
| {{age in years and days|1475|12|11|1521|12|1}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 218
| [[Pope Adrian VI|Adrian VI]]
| {{dts|1459|3|2}}
| {{dts|1522|1|9}}
| {{dts|1523|9|14}}
| {{age in years and days|1459|3|2|1522|1|9}}
| {{age in years and days|1522|1|9|1523|9|14}}
| {{age in years and days|1459|3|2|1523|9|14}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 219
| [[Pope Clement VII|Clement VII]]
| {{dts|1478|5|26}}
| {{dts|1523|11|19}}
| {{dts|1534|9|25}}
| {{age in years and days|1478|5|26|1523|11|19}}
| {{age in years and days|1523|11|19|1534|9|25}}
| {{age in years and days|1478|5|26|1534|9|25}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 220
| [[Pope Paul III|Paul III]]
| {{dts|1468|2|29}}
| {{dts|1534|10|13}}
| {{dts|1549|11|10}}
| {{age in years and days|1468|2|29|1534|10|13}}
| {{age in years and days|1534|10|13|1549|11|10}}
| {{age in years and days|1468|2|29|1549|11|10}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 221
| [[Pope Julius III|Julius III]]
| {{dts|1487|9|10}}
| {{dts|1550|2|7}}
| {{dts|1555|3|23}}
| {{age in years and days|1487|9|10|1550|2|7}}
| {{age in years and days|1550|2|7|1555|3|23}}
| {{age in years and days|1487|9|10|1555|3|23}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 222
| [[Pope Marcellus II|Marcellus II]]
| {{dts|1501|5|6}}
| {{dts|1555|4|9}}
| {{dts|1555|5|1}}
| {{age in years and days|1501|5|6|1555|4|9}}
| {{age in years and days|1555|4|9|1555|5|1}}
| {{age in years and days|1501|5|6|1555|5|1}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 223
| [[Pope Paul IV|Paul IV]]
| {{dts|1476|6|28}}
| {{dts|1555|5|23}}
| {{dts|1559|8|18}}
| {{age in years and days|1476|6|28|1555|5|23}}
| {{age in years and days|1555|5|23|1559|8|18}}
| {{age in years and days|1476|6|28|1559|8|18}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 224
| [[Pope Pius IV|Pius IV]]
| {{dts|1499|3|31}}
| {{dts|1559|12|25}}
| {{dts|1565|12|9}}
| {{age in years and days|1499|3|31|1559|12|25}}
| {{age in years and days|1559|12|25|1565|12|9}}
| {{age in years and days|1499|3|31|1565|12|9}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 225
| [[Pope Pius V|Pius V]]
| {{dts|1504|1|17}}
| {{dts|1566|1|7}}
| {{dts|1572|5|1}}
| {{age in years and days|1504|1|17|1566|1|7}}
| {{age in years and days|1566|1|7|1572|5|1}}
| {{age in years and days|1504|1|17|1572|5|1}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 226
| [[Pope Gregory XIII|Gregory XIII]]
| {{dts|1502|1|7}}
| {{dts|1572|5|13}}
| {{dts|1585|4|10}}
| {{age in years and days|1502|1|7|1572|5|13}}
| {{age in years and days|1572|5|13|1585|4|10}}
| {{age in years and days|1502|1|7|1585|4|10}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 227
| [[Pope Sixtus V|Sixtus V]]
| {{dts|1520|12|13}}
| {{dts|1585|4|24}}
| {{dts|1590|8|27}}
| {{age in years and days|1520|12|13|1585|4|24}}
| {{age in years and days|1585|4|24|1590|8|27}}
| {{age in years and days|1520|12|13|1590|8|27}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 228
| [[Pope Urban VII|Urban VII]]
| {{dts|1521|8|4}}
| {{dts|1590|9|15}}
| {{dts|1590|9|27}}
| {{age in years and days|1521|8|4|1590|9|15}}
| {{age in years and days|1590|9|15|1590|9|27}}
| {{age in years and days|1521|8|4|1590|9|27}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 229
| [[Pope Gregory XIV|Gregory XIV]]
| {{dts|1535|2|11}}
| {{dts|1590|12|5}}
| {{dts|1591|10|16}}
| {{age in years and days|1535|2|11|1590|12|5}}
| {{age in years and days|1590|12|5|1591|10|16}}
| {{age in years and days|1535|2|11|1591|10|16}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 230
| [[Pope Innocent IX|Innocent IX]]
| {{dts|1519|7|20}}
| {{dts|1591|10|29}}
| {{dts|1591|12|30}}
| {{age in years and days|1519|7|20|1591|10|29}}
| {{age in years and days|1591|10|29|1591|12|30}}
| {{age in years and days|1519|7|20|1591|12|30}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 231
| [[Pope Clement VIII|Clement VIII]]
| {{dts|1535|2|24}}
| {{dts|1592|1|30}}
| {{dts|1605|3|3}}
| {{age in years and days|1535|2|24|1592|1|30}}
| {{age in years and days|1592|1|30|1605|3|3}}
| {{age in years and days|1535|2|24|1605|3|3}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 232
| [[Pope Leo XI|Leo XI]]
| {{dts|1535|6|2}}
| {{dts|1605|4|1}}
| {{dts|1605|4|27}}
| {{age in years and days|1535|6|2|1605|4|1}}
| {{age in years and days|1605|4|1|1605|4|27}}
| {{age in years and days|1535|6|2|1605|4|27}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 233
| [[Pope Paul V|Paul V]]
| {{dts|1552|9|17}}
| {{dts|1605|5|16}}
| {{dts|1621|1|28}}
| {{age in years and days|1552|9|17|1605|5|16}}
| {{age in years and days|1605|5|16|1621|1|28}}
| {{age in years and days|1552|9|17|1621|1|28}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 234
| [[Pope Gregory XV|Gregory XV]]
| {{dts|1554|1|9}}
| {{dts|1621|2|9}}
| {{dts|1623|7|8}}
| {{age in years and days|1554|1|9|1621|2|9}}
| {{age in years and days|1621|2|9|1623|7|8}}
| {{age in years and days|1554|1|9|1623|7|8}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 235
| [[Pope Urban VIII|Urban VIII]]
| {{dts|1568|4|5}}
| {{dts|1623|8|6}}
| {{dts|1644|7|29}}
| {{age in years and days|1568|4|5|1623|8|6}}
| {{age in years and days|1623|8|6|1644|7|29}}
| {{age in years and days|1568|4|5|1644|7|29}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 236
| [[Pope Innocent X|Innocent X]]
| {{dts|1574|5|6}}
| {{dts|1644|9|15}}
| {{dts|1655|1|7}}
| {{age in years and days|1574|5|6|1644|9|15}}
| {{age in years and days|1644|9|15|1655|1|7}}
| {{age in years and days|1574|5|6|1655|1|7}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 237
| [[Pope Alexander VII|Alexander VII]]
| {{dts|1599|2|13}}
| {{dts|1655|4|7}}
| {{dts|1667|5|22}}
| {{age in years and days|1599|2|13|1655|4|7}}
| {{age in years and days|1655|4|7|1667|5|22}}
| {{age in years and days|1599|2|13|1667|5|22}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 238
| [[Pope Clement IX|Clement IX]]
| {{dts|1600|1|28}}
| {{dts|1667|6|20}}
| {{dts|1669|12|9}}
| {{age in years and days|1600|1|28|1667|6|20}}
| {{age in years and days|1667|6|20|1669|12|9}}
| {{age in years and days|1600|1|28|1669|12|9}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 239
| [[Pope Clement X|Clement X]]
| {{dts|1590|7|13}}
| {{dts|1670|4|29}}
| {{dts|1676|7|22}}
| {{age in years and days|1590|7|13|1670|4|29}}
| {{age in years and days|1670|4|29|1676|7|22}}
| {{age in years and days|1590|7|13|1676|7|22}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 240
| [[Pope Innocent XI|Innocent XI]]
| {{dts|1611|5|16}}
| {{dts|1676|9|21}}
| {{dts|1689|8|12}}
| {{age in years and days|1611|5|16|1676|9|21}}
| {{age in years and days|1676|9|21|1689|8|12}}
| {{age in years and days|1611|5|16|1689|8|12}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 241
| [[Pope Alexander VIII|Alexander VIII]]
| {{dts|1610|4|22}}
| {{dts|1689|10|6}}
| {{dts|1691|2|1}}
| {{age in years and days|1610|4|22|1689|10|6}}
| {{age in years and days|1689|10|6|1691|2|1}}
| {{age in years and days|1610|4|22|1691|2|1}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 242
| [[Pope Innocent XII|Innocent XII]]
| {{dts|1615|3|13}}
| {{dts|1691|7|12}}
| {{dts|1700|9|27}}
| {{age in years and days|1615|3|13|1691|7|12}}
| {{age in years and days|1691|7|12|1700|9|27}}
| {{age in years and days|1615|3|13|1700|9|27}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 243
| [[Pope Clement XI|Clement XI]]
| {{dts|1649|7|23}}
| {{dts|1700|11|23}}
| {{dts|1721|3|19}}
| {{age in years and days|1649|7|23|1700|11|23}}
| {{age in years and days|1700|11|23|1721|3|19}}
| {{age in years and days|1649|7|23|1721|3|19}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 244
| [[Pope Innocent XIII|Innocent XIII]]
| {{dts|1655|5|13}}
| {{dts|1721|5|8}}
| {{dts|1724|3|7}}
| {{age in years and days|1655|5|13|1721|5|8}}
| {{age in years and days|1721|5|8|1724|3|7}}
| {{age in years and days|1655|5|13|1724|3|7}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 245
| [[Pope Benedict XIII|Benedict XIII]]
| {{dts|1650|2|2}}
| {{dts|1724|5|29}}
| {{dts|1730|2|21}}
| {{age in years and days|1650|2|2|1724|5|29}}
| {{age in years and days|1724|5|29|1730|2|21}}
| {{age in years and days|1650|2|2|1730|2|21}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 246
| [[Pope Clement XII|Clement XII]]
| {{dts|1652|4|7}}
| {{dts|1730|7|12}}
| {{dts|1740|2|6}}
| {{age in years and days|1652|4|7|1730|7|12}}
| {{age in years and days|1730|7|12|1740|2|6}}
| {{age in years and days|1652|4|7|1740|2|6}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 247
| [[Pope Benedict XIV|Benedict XIV]]
| {{dts|1675|3|31}}
| {{dts|1740|8|17}}
| {{dts|1758|5|3}}
| {{age in years and days|1675|3|31|1740|8|17}}
| {{age in years and days|1740|8|17|1758|5|3}}
| {{age in years and days|1675|3|31|1758|5|3}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 248
| [[Pope Clement XIII|Clement XIII]]
| {{dts|1693|3|7}}
| {{dts|1758|7|16}}
| {{dts|1769|2|22}}
| {{age in years and days|1693|3|7|1758|7|16}}
| {{age in years and days|1758|7|16|1769|2|22}}
| {{age in years and days|1693|3|7|1769|2|22}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 249
| [[Pope Clement XIV|Clement XIV]]
| {{dts|1705|10|31}}
| {{dts|1769|5|19}}
| {{dts|1774|9|22}}
| {{age in years and days|1705|10|31|1769|5|19}}
| {{age in years and days|1769|5|19|1774|9|22}}
| {{age in years and days|1705|10|31|1774|9|22}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 250
| [[Pope Pius VI|Pius VI]]
| {{dts|1717|12|25}}
| {{dts|1775|2|15}}
| {{dts|1799|8|29}}
| {{age in years and days|1717|12|25|1775|2|15}}
| {{age in years and days|1775|2|15|1799|8|29}}
| {{age in years and days|1717|12|25|1799|8|29}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 251
| [[Pope Pius VII|Pius VII]]
| {{dts|1742|8|14}}
| {{dts|1800|3|14}}
| {{dts|1823|8|20}}
| {{age in years and days|1742|8|14|1800|3|14}}
| {{age in years and days|1800|3|14|1823|8|20}}
| {{age in years and days|1742|8|14|1823|8|20}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 252
| [[Pope Leo XII|Leo XII]]
| {{dts|1760|8|22}}
| {{dts|1823|9|28}}
| {{dts|1829|2|10}}
| {{age in years and days|1760|8|22|1823|9|28}}
| {{age in years and days|1823|9|28|1829|2|10}}
| {{age in years and days|1760|8|22|1829|2|10}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 253
| [[Pope Pius VIII|Pius VIII]]
| {{dts|1761|11|20}}
| {{dts|1829|3|31}}
| {{dts|1830|11|30}}
| {{age in years and days|1761|11|20|1829|3|31}}
| {{age in years and days|1829|3|31|1830|11|30}}
| {{age in years and days|1761|11|20|1830|11|30}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 254
| [[Pope Gregory XVI|Gregory XVI]]
| {{dts|1765|9|18}}
| {{dts|1831|2|2}}
| {{dts|1846|6|1}}
| {{age in years and days|1765|9|18|1831|2|2}}
| {{age in years and days|1831|2|2|1846|6|1}}
| {{age in years and days|1765|9|18|1846|6|1}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 255
| [[Pope Pius IX|Pius IX]]
| {{dts|1792|5|13}}
| {{dts|1846|6|16}}
| {{dts|1878|2|7}}
| {{age in years and days|1792|5|13|1846|6|16}}
| {{age in years and days|1846|6|16|1878|2|7}}
| {{age in years and days|1792|5|13|1878|2|7}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 256
| [[Pope Leo XIII|Leo XIII]]
| {{dts|1810|3|2}}
| {{dts|1878|2|20}}
| {{dts|1903|7|20}}
| {{age in years and days|1810|3|2|1878|2|20}}
| {{age in years and days|1878|2|20|1903|7|20}}
| {{age in years and days|1810|3|2|1903|7|20}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 257
| [[Pope Pius X|Pius X]]
| {{dts|1835|6|2}}
| {{dts|1903|8|4}}
| {{dts|1914|8|20}}
| {{age in years and days|1835|6|2|1903|8|4}}
| {{age in years and days|1903|8|4|1914|8|20}}
| {{age in years and days|1835|6|2|1914|8|20}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 258
| [[Pope Benedict XV|Benedict XV]]
| {{dts|1854|11|21}}
| {{dts|1914|9|3}}
| {{dts|1922|1|22}}
| {{age in years and days|1854|11|21|1914|9|3}}
| {{age in years and days|1914|9|3|1922|1|22}}
| {{age in years and days|1854|11|21|1922|1|22}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 259
| [[Pope Pius XI|Pius XI]]
| {{dts|1857|5|31}}
| {{dts|1922|2|6}}
| {{dts|1939|2|10}}
| {{age in years and days|1857|5|31|1922|2|6}}
| {{age in years and days|1922|2|6|1939|2|10}}
| {{age in years and days|1857|5|31|1939|2|10}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 260
| [[Pope Pius XII|Pius XII]]
| {{dts|1876|3|2}}
| {{dts|1939|3|2}}
| {{dts|1958|10|9}}
| {{age in years and days|1876|3|2|1939|3|2}}
| {{age in years and days|1939|3|2|1958|10|9}}
| {{age in years and days|1876|3|2|1958|10|9}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 261
| [[Pope John XXIII|John XXIII]]
| {{dts|1881|11|25}}
| {{dts|1958|10|28}}
| {{dts|1963|6|3}}
| {{age in years and days|1881|11|25|1958|10|28}}
| {{age in years and days|1958|10|28|1963|6|3}}
| {{age in years and days|1881|11|25|1963|6|3}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 262
| [[Pope Paul VI|Paul VI]]
| {{dts|1897|9|26}}
| {{dts|1963|6|21}}
| {{dts|1978|8|6}}
| {{age in years and days|1897|9|26|1963|6|21}}
| {{age in years and days|1963|6|21|1978|8|6}}
| {{age in years and days|1897|9|26|1978|8|6}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 263
| [[Pope John Paul I|John Paul I]]
| {{dts|1912|10|17}}
| {{dts|1978|8|26}}
| {{dts|1978|9|28}}
| {{age in years and days|1912|10|17|1978|8|26}}
| {{age in years and days|1978|8|26|1978|9|28}}
| {{age in years and days|1912|10|17|1978|9|28}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 264
| [[Pope John Paul II|John Paul II]]
| {{dts|1920|5|18}}
| {{dts|1978|10|16}}
| {{dts|2005|4|2}}
| {{age in years and days|1920|5|18|1978|10|16}}
| {{age in years and days|1978|10|16|2005|4|2}}
| {{age in years and days|1920|5|18|2005|4|2}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| 265
| [[Pope Benedict XVI|Benedict XVI]]
| {{dts|1927|4|16}}
| {{dts|2005|4|19}}
| {{dts|2013|2|28}}
| {{age in years and days|1927|4|16|2005|4|19}}
| {{age in years and days|2005|4|19|2013|2|28}}
| {{age in years and days|1927|4|16|2013|2|28}}
 
|- style="text-align: left; background:#FFFFFF"
| '''266'''
| '''[[Pope Francis|Francis]]'''
| '''{{dts|1936|12|17}}'''
| '''{{dts|2013|3|13}}'''
| '''{{FULLDATE}}'''
| '''{{age in years and days|1936|12|17|2013|3|13}}'''
| '''{{age in years and days|2013|3|13}}'''
| '''{{age in years and days|1936|12|17}}'''
 
|- class="sortbottom" style="text-align:left"
!align="center"| Numerical<br/>order
!align="center"| Pope<br/>
!align="center"| Date of birth
!align="center"| Papacy began
!align="center"| Papacy ended
!align="center"| Age at<br/>election
!align="center"| Length of<br/>pontificate
!align="center"| Age
|}
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