History of the House of Representatives

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Appendix C
CLERKS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: 1789-1960
John Beckley Virginia 1789-1796, 1801-1806
Jonathan W. Condy Pennsylvania 1797-1798
John Holt Pennsylvania 1799-1800
Patrick Magruder Maryland 1807-1815
Thomas Dougherty Kentucky 1815-1820
Matthew St. Clair Clarke Pennsylvania 1821-1832, 1841-1842
Walter S. Franklin Pennsylvania 1833-1836
Hugh A. Garland Virginia 1837-1840
Benjamin B. French New Hampshire 1843-1846
Thomas J. Campbell Tennessee 1847-1848
Richard M. Young Illinois 1849-1850
John W. Forney Pennsylvania 1851-1854, 1859-1860
William Cullom Tennessee 1855-1856
James C. Allen Illinois 1857-1858
Emerson Etheridge Tennessee 1861-1862
Edward McPherson Pennsylvania 1863-1875, 1981-1882, 1889-1890
George M. Adams Kentucky 1875-1880
John B. Clark Missouri 1883-1888
James Kerr Pennsylvania 1891-1895
Alexander McDowell Pennsylvania 1895-1910
South Trimble Kentucky 1911-1918, 1931-1946

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