Confederate Government Senators

Hon. Alexander H. Stephens Georgia Vice-President of the Confederate States, and president of the senate
R. M. T. Hunter Virginia President pro tempore; at one time Secretary of State
James H. Nash South Carolina Secretary
Clement C. Clay, Jr. Alabama First Congress
William L. Yancey Alabama First Congress; afterwards commissioner Europe
Robert Jemison, Jr. Alabama Second Congress
Richard W. Walker Alabama Second Congress
Robert W. Johnson Arkansas First and Second Congress
Charles B. Mitchel Arkansas First Congress
Augustus H. Garland Arkansas Second Congress
James M. Baker Florida First and Second Congress
Augustus E. Maxwell Florida First and Second Congress
Benjamin H. Hill Georgia First and Second Congress
John W. Lewis Georgia First Congress
Herschel V. Johnson Georgia Second Congress
Henry C. Burnett Kentucky First and Second Congress
William E. Simms Kentucky First and Second Congress
Thomas J. Semmes Louisiana First and Second Congress
Edward Sparrow Louisiana First and Second Congress
Albert G. Brown Mississippi First and Second Congress
James Phelan Mississippi First Congress
J. W. C. Watson Mississippi Second Congress
John B. Clark Missouri First Congress
R. L. Y. Peyton Missouri First Congress
Waldo P. Johnson Missouri Second Congress
L. M. Louis Missouri Second Congress
William T. Dortch North Carolina First and Second Congress
George Davis North Carolina First Congress; afterwards Attorney General
William A. Graham North Carolina Second Congress
E. O. Reade North Carolina Second Congress
Robert W Barnwell South Carolina First and Second Congress
James L. Orr South Carolina First and Second Congress
Gustavus A. Henry Tennessee First and Second Congress
Landon C. Haynes Tennessee First and Second Congress
Louis T. Wigfall Texas First and Second Congress; had been Brigadier-General in Confederate army
Williamson S. Oldham Texas First and Second Congress
Robert M. T. Hunter Virginia First and Second Congress; president pro-tempore of the senate; had been Secretary of State
Wm. Ballard Preston Virginia First Congress
Allen T. Caperton Virginia Second Congress

Source: Southern Historical Society Papers, Confederate Roster, Confederate Senators

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