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Dauphin County
Pennsylvania

Politicians who were born in Dauphin County

  Dauphin County (no city given): A. H. Stites, 1858
  Berrysburg: William N. Kahler, 1849
  Dauphin: William Clark, 1774
  Hanover Township, Lancaster County (now Dauphin County): James M. Wallace, 1750
  Harris Ferry (now Harrisburg): Robert Harris, 1768
  Harrisburg: John Harris, 1760 — John C. Bucher, 1792 — Robert W. Tayler, 1812 — John C. Kunkel, 1816 — Charles H. Kungle, 1829 — Richard Jacobs Haldeman, 1831 — John Bayard McPherson, 1846 — George W. Clinton, 1861 — Edward E. Beidleman, 1873 — M. Harvey Taylor, 1876 — Albert H. Stackpole, 1897 — John C. Kunkel, 1898 — Betty Andujar, 1912 — William Witman II, 1914 — J. Calvitt Clarke, Jr., 1920 — Nancy Kulp, 1921 — William W. Caldwell, 1925 — George W. Gekas, 1930 — Cleveland K. Benedict, 1935 — Newt Gingrich, 1943 — Samuel Mitchell, 1957 — Christopher C. Conner, 1957
  Near Harrisburg: Alexander Ramsey, 1815
  Hummelstown: John E. Fox, 1860
  Lower Swatara Township: Joshua W. Swartz, 1867
  Lykens: Harry S. Gay, Jr., 1889
  Middletown: Samuel Anderson, 1773 — George Kremer, 1775 — Jonathan Kearsley, 1786 — J. Donald Cameron, 1833
  Near Middletown: Isaac H. Doutrich, 1871
  Millersburg: Robert E. Woodside, 1904 — William B. Lentz, 1920
  Paxtang: Joseph Montgomery, 1733
  Pillow: Charles A. Snyder, 1867
  Near Rockville: Archibald McAllister, 1813
  Steelton: Walter M. Mumma, 1890
  Walnut Hill: Edward Crouch, 1764
  West Hanover: John J. Kleiner, 1845
  Wiconisco: George S. J. Keen, 1874
  Williamstown: Albert H. Gerberich, 1898
   See also Pennsylvania birthplaces not assigned to counties.

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