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Nick Joe Rahall II (b. 1949) —
of Beckley, Raleigh
Born in Beckley, Raleigh
County, W.Va., May 20,
Democrat. Staff assistant to U.S. Sen. Robert
Byrd, 1972-74; director of Rahall Communications, family
business, owning radio and TV
stations; delegate to Democratic National Convention from West
Representative from West Virginia, 1977-2012 (4th District
1977-93, 3rd District 1993-2012); arrested
in California for drunk
ancestry. Member, Rotary;
Elks; Moose; Eagles;
Rifle Association; Freemasons;
Still living as of 2014.
George Wythe Randolph (1818-1867) —
also known as George W. Randolph —
Born near Charlottesville, Albemarle
County, Va., March
to Virginia secession convention, 1861; general in the
Confederate Army during the Civil War; Confederate
Secretary of War, 1862; after the collapse of the Confederacy,
to Europe to avoid
Died of pulmonary
pneumonia, near Charlottesville, Albemarle
County, Va., April 3,
1867 (age 49 years, 24
Interment at Monticello
Graveyard, Near Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Va.
Mann Randolph, Jr. and Martha (Jefferson) Randolph; brother of Benjamin
Franklin Randolph, Meriwether
Lewis Randolph and Virginia Jefferson Randolph (who married Nicholas
Philip Trist); uncle of Thomas
Jefferson Coolidge; grandson of Thomas
Jefferson; granduncle of John
Gardner Coolidge; great-grandson of Archibald
Cary; second great-grandson of Richard
Randolph; first cousin of Francis
Wayles Eppes; first cousin once removed of Dabney
Wayles Eppes and Frederick
Madison Roberts; first cousin twice removed of John
Randolph of Roanoke; first cousin thrice removed of Richard
Bland and Peyton
Randolph (1721-1775); second cousin of Dabney
Smith Carr; second cousin once removed of John
Markham Marshall and Alexander
Keith Marshall; second cousin twice removed of Theodorick
Jenings Randolph and Beverley
Randolph; third cousin of Thomas
Jordan Crittenden, Thomas
Turpin Crittenden, Robert
Keith Marshall and Carter
Henry Harrison; third cousin once removed of Henry
Jennings Lee, Peyton
Randolph (1779-1828), Henry
St. George Tucker, Alexander
Parker Crittenden, Thomas
Leonidas Crittenden, Thomas
Theodore Crittenden, John
Augustine Marshall and Carter
Henry Harrison II; third cousin twice removed of Thomas
Theodore Crittenden, Jr., William
Marshall Bullitt and Alexander
Scott Bullitt; fourth cousin of Benjamin
William Sheridan Cabell (1793-1862), Edmund
Randolph and Nathaniel
Beverly Tucker; fourth cousin once removed of Thomas
Jones Hardeman, Bailey
Lewis Cabell, Fitzhugh
Craighead Cabell and William
| || || Political families: Marshall-Harrison-Randolph-Cabell
family of Virginia; Breckinridge-Preston-Cabell-Henry
family of Virginia; Kellogg-Seymour-Chapin-Adams
family of Connecticut and New York; Walker-Bolling
family of Huntsville, Alabama (subsets of the Three
Thousand Related Politicians).|
| || ||Coins and currency: His portrait
appeared on Confederate States $100 notes in 1862-64.
Kenneth E. Rankle (c.1961-2018) —
of Dayton, Campbell
Born about 1961.
of Dayton, Ky., 2003-14; defeated, 2014; sued in
2015 by the Dayton city government, alleging that he misappropriated
Died in 2018
Henry Reed Rathbone (1837-1911) —
Born in Albany, Albany
County, N.Y., July 1,
major in the Union Army during the Civil War; on April 14, 1865, he
was seated in the box at Ford's Theater with President Abraham
Lincoln; when John Wilkes Booth shot the president, Rathbone
attempted to apprehend Booth, and suffered knife wounds; subsequently
his mental health deteriorated; U.S. Consul in Hanover, as of 1882-83.
On December 23, 1883, he killed
his wife, and stabbed himself in a suicide attempt; he was charged
with murder, convicted,
and found insane; he died more than 25 years later, in the Asylum for
the Criminal Insane, Hildesheim, Germany,
14, 1911 (age 74 years, 44
Original interment at Stadtfriedhof Engesohde, Hanover, Germany; reinterment 1952 to
John Henninger Reagan (1818-1905) —
also known as John H. Reagan —
of Palestine, Anderson
Born in Sevierville, Sevier
County, Tenn., October
Democrat. Member of Texas
state house of representatives, 1847; district judge in Texas,
Representative from Texas, 1857-61, 1875-87 (1st District
1857-61, 1875-83, 2nd District 1883-87); delegate
to Texas secession convention, 1861; Delegate
from Texas to the Confederate Provisional Congress, 1861; Confederate
Postmaster General, 1861-65; delegate to Democratic National
Convention from Texas, 1872,
to Texas state constitutional convention, 1875; U.S.
Senator from Texas, 1887-91.
troops in May 1865, along with Jefferson
Davis, and imprisoned
for several months.
Died of pneumonia
in Palestine, Anderson
County, Tex., March 6,
1905 (age 86 years, 149
Interment at East
Hill Cemetery, Palestine, Tex.
Phil Regan (1906-1996) —
also known as Philip Joseph Christopher Aloysius Regan;
"The Singing Cop" —
of Summerland, Santa
Barbara County, Calif.
Born in Brooklyn, Kings
County, N.Y., May 28,
performed, Democratic National Convention, 1944,
in January 1973, and charged
with attempting to bribe
Santa Barbara County Supervisor Frank J. Frost $1,000 for his support
of a controversial rezoning; pleaded not guilty; tried and convicted;
sentenced to prison;
released after one year.
Died in Santa Barbara, Santa
Barbara County, Calif., February
11, 1996 (age 89 years, 259
Entombed in mausoleum at Calvary Cemetery, Santa Barbara, Calif.
Arthur Elmer Reimer (1882-1969) —
also known as Arthur E. Reimer —
Born in Boston, Suffolk
County, Mass., January
Socialist Labor candidate for President
of the United States, 1912, 1916; Socialist Labor candidate for
of Massachusetts, 1913, 1914; jailed
in Butte, Montana, 1916, for making a radical
Died in 1969
Martin Reinberg (b. 1852) —
of Cincinnati, Hamilton
Born in Tuckum, Russia (now Tukums, Latvia),
Naturalized U.S. citizen; U.S. Vice Consul in Guayaquil, 1883-84; U.S. Vice Consul General in Guayaquil, 1884-1902; founded an export
company in Guayaquil, Martin Reinberg & Company; in 1901, the company
became bankrupt, with debts over one million dollars; following an
investigation, his arrest was
ordered by Ecuadorian authorities, who suspected him of embezzlement
from his consular post.
Melvin Jay Reynolds (b. 1952) —
also known as Mel Reynolds —
Born in Mound Bayou, Bolivar
County, Miss., January
Representative from Illinois 2nd District, 1993-95; defeated in
primary, 1988, 1990; resigned 1995.
in 1995 on sexual
misconduct and obstruction
of justice charges and sentenced
to five years in prison.
in federal court in 1997 of 15 counts of bank
fraud, wire fraud, and lying to the Federal
Election Commission; sentenced
to 78 more months in prison.
Still living as of 2014.
William H. Reynolds (1868-1931) —
of Long Beach, Nassau
County, Long Island, N.Y.
Born in Brooklyn, Kings
County, N.Y., February
estate developer; member of New York
state senate 3rd District, 1894-95; indicted
by a grand jury in August 1917 for perjury,
over his 1912 expert testimony on the value of land sought by the
city for a park; the grand jury alleged that he falsely
denied any personal
interest in the realty company which owned the property; also indicted
in October 1917, with three others, for conspiracy defraud
the city of $500,000 by inflating the appraisal; the indictments were
dismissed in May 1920 over the prosecutor's delay of the trial; village
president of Long Beach, New York, 1921-22; mayor
of Long Beach, N.Y., 1922-24; removed 1924; defeated, 1925; indicted
on May 1, 1924, along with the Long Beach city treasurer, for misappropriating
city funds in connection with a bond issue; tried in
June 1924, convicted,
to six months in the county
jail, and automatically removed from
office as mayor; released pending appeal; the Appellate Division
reversed the conviction in June 1925 and ordered a new trial; the
indictment was dismissed in June 1927.
ancestry. Member, Elks; Freemasons.
Died, from heart
disease, in Manhattan, New York
County, N.Y., October
13, 1931 (age 63 years, 0
Interment at Green-Wood
Cemetery, Brooklyn, N.Y.
of William Reynolds and Margaret (McChesney) Reynolds; married to
Albert Rhodes (b. 1840) —
of Pennsylvania; Washington,
Born in Pittsburgh, Allegheny
County, Pa., 1840.
U.S. Consul in Jerusalem, 1863-65; Rotterdam, as of 1866; Rouen, 1877-83; Elberfeld, 1883-85; U.S. Charge d'Affaires to Netherlands, 1866; dismissed
as Charge d'Affaires in February 1867, by Hugh
Ewing, for suspected disloyalty.
Vincent Riccio (born c.1920) —
of Brooklyn, Kings
Born about 1920.
Member of New York
state assembly 51st District, 1969-74; indicted
of taking kickbacks
from holders of no-show state jobs; convicted
of larceny in May 1981; sentenced
to one year in jail.
Theodore P. Rich (c.1848-1886) —
of New York, New York
County, N.Y.; Cobleskill, Schoharie
Born in New York, about 1848.
Democrat. Candidate for New York
state assembly from New York County 13th District, 1876.
Pursued his estranged wife to Minnesota; killed
her, and then, perhaps to avoid prosecution,
himself, by gunshot,
in the Astoria House hotel,
St. Paul, Ramsey
County, Minn., February
27, 1886 (age about 38
D. Richards —
to Florida state constitutional convention from Gadsden and
Liberty counties, 1868; expelled
William Adams Richardson (1821-1896) —
Born in Tyngsborough, Middlesex
County, Mass., November
Republican. Probate judge in Massachusetts, 1856; U.S.
Secretary of the Treasury, 1873-74; while Secretary of the
Treasury, he hired John D. Sanborn to collect unpaid taxes and
receive a commission, some of which went as a kickback
to Richardson himself; this arrangement caused an uproar,
and Richardson resigned
under fire; Judge
of U.S. Court of Claims, 1874-96.
Died in Washington,
19, 1896 (age 74 years, 352
Interment at Oak
Hill Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Frederick William Richmond (b. 1923) —
also known as Frederick W. Richmond; Fred
of Manhattan, New York
County, N.Y.; Brooklyn, Kings
Born in Massachusetts, November
Democrat. Delegate to Democratic National Convention from New York,
Representative from New York 14th District, 1975-82.
in Washington, D.C., in 1978 for soliciting
sex from a minor and from an undercover police officer; pleaded
guilty to a misdemeanor. In 1982, charged
possession, and improper
payments to a federal employee, he pleaded
guilty and was sentenced
to a year and a day in prison;
served nine months.
Still living as of 1998.
George N. Rigby —
of Yonkers, Westchester
County, N.Y.; Ormond Beach, Volusia
Republican. Member of New York
state assembly from Westchester County 1st District, 1904-05;
member of condemnation commission for appraising property for site of
proposed Hill View Reservoir in Westchester County; censured
by the New York Supreme Court in 1910 for unnecessary
delay, such as holding 65 hearings o one parcel; removed
from the position in 1915 because he had moved to Florida; mayor
of Ormond Beach, Fla., 1924-26.
Married to Maud Lawrence (c.1882-1924; suicide).|
James E. Roark (b. 1945) —
also known as Mike Roark; "Mad
of Charleston, Kanawha
Born in Nitro, Kanawha
County, W.Va., 1945.
Republican. Served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam War;
of Charleston, W.Va., 1983-87; resigned 1987.
in August, 1987, on felony charges of possessing and distributing cocaine,
and conspiring to obstruct
by inducing a witness to commit perjury;
guilty to misdemeanors in November, and resigned
Still living as of 1987.
Brigham Henry Roberts (1857-1933) —
also known as Brigham H. Roberts —
Born in Warrington, Lancashire, England,
to Utah state constitutional convention, 1894; U.S.
Representative from Utah at-large, 1899-1900.
His seat in Congress was declared
vacant in January 1900, because he was a polygamist.
Died in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake
County, Utah, September
27, 1933 (age 76 years, 198
Interment at Centerville
Ward Cemetery, Centerville, Utah.
Donn M. Roberts (1867-1936) —
Born in Annapolis, Crawford
County, Ill., September
of Terre Haute, Ind., 1913-15.
in 1915 and spent three and a half years in prison;
in 1936 and sentenced
Released from prison following a heart
attack, and died a few days later, in Terre Haute, Vigo
County, Ind., August
3, 1936 (age 68 years, 310
Interment at St.
Joseph's Cemetery, Terre Haute, Ind.
Hollis Earl Roberts (1943-2011) —
also known as Hollis E. Roberts —
of Hugo, Choctaw
Born in Hochatown, McCurtain
County, Okla., May 9,
Member of Oklahoma
state house of representatives, 1970; chief of the Choctaw
in 1997 of aggravated
sexual abuse and abusive
sexual contact, involving two female employees.
Died in Hugo, Choctaw
County, Okla., October
19, 2011 (age 68 years, 163
George Lincoln Rockwell (1918-1967) —
of Arlington, Arlington
Born in Bloomington, McLean
County, Ill., March 9,
Served in the U.S. Navy during World War II; served in the U.S. Navy
during the Korean conflict; founder, in 1959, of the National
Committee to Free America from Jewish
Domination (later known as the American Nazi
at various demonstrations
during the 1960s; American Nazi candidate for Governor of
and killed by
a sniper, later identified as John Patler, while driving his
car in the parking lot of Dominion Hills Shopping
Center, Arlington, Arlington
County, Va., August
25, 1967 (age 49 years, 169
days); Patler was convicted of the murder and sentenced to 20
years in prison. Rockwell's funeral procession was not allowed into
Culpeper National Cemetery because of Nazi emblems worn by his
Joseph Roffignac (1766-1846) —
also known as Louis Philippe Joseph de Rouffignac —
of New Orleans, Orleans
Born in Angoulême, France,
France in 1789 to escape the
guillotine, presumably over disloyalty
to the revolutionary regime; mayor
of New Orleans, La., 1820-28.
Suffered a stroke,
and dropped the gun he was holding, which accidentally
him in the head and killing him, in Périgueux, France,
George Rogers (b. 1933) —
of New Bedford, Bristol
Born in New Bedford, Bristol
County, Mass., August
Democrat. Member of Massachusetts
state house of representatives, 1965-70, 1999-; mayor
of New Bedford, Mass., 1970-71; delegate to Democratic National
Convention from Massachusetts, 1972;
member of Massachusetts
state senate, 1975-78.
in 1978 and sentenced
to two years in prison.
Still living as of 1999.
Kenneth Romney (1885-1952) —
Born in Missoula, Missoula
County, Mont., October
correspondent; Sergeant-at-Arms of the U.S. House of
Representatives, 1931-47; convicted
in 1947 of concealing
a shortage of about $121,000 in House bank accounts, and
sentenced to one to three years in prison;
released in 1949.
Died in Arlington, Arlington
County, Va., April 6,
1952 (age 66 years, 169
Interment at Riverview
Cemetery, Hamilton, Mont.
Elliott Roosevelt (1910-1990) —
of Fort Worth, Tarrant
County, Tex.; Buford, Rio Blanco
County, Colo.; Minneapolis, Hennepin
County, Minn.; Miami Beach, Dade County (now Miami-Dade
County), Fla.; Seattle, King
County, Wash.; Palm Springs, Riverside
County, Calif.; Scottsdale, Maricopa
Born in Manhattan, New York
County, N.Y., September
Democrat. Delegate to Democratic National Convention from Texas, 1940;
served in the U.S. Army Air Force in World War II; investigated
and called to testify by a U.S. Senate subcommittee in 1947 over lavish
entertainment in Hollywood and Manhattan, many paid
escorts, and paid hotel
bills provided to Roosevelt and others, in a successful effort to
persuade them to recommend Hughes reconnaissance aircraft for
purchase by the U.S. military;
owned a radio
station in Texas; delegate to Democratic National Convention from
of Miami Beach, Fla., 1965-69; member of Democratic
National Committee from Florida, 1968; delegate to Democratic
National Convention from Florida, 1968.
Died, of congestive
heart failure, in Scottsdale, Maricopa
County, Ariz., October
27, 1990 (age 80 years, 34
Delano Roosevelt and Eleanor
Roosevelt; brother of James
Roosevelt and Franklin
Delano Roosevelt, Jr.; married, January
16, 1932, to Elizabeth Browning Donner (divorced 1933); married,
22, 1933, to Ruth Josephine Googins (divorced 1944); married, December
3, 1944, to Faye Margaret Emerson (divorced 1950); married, March
15, 1951, to Minnewa (Bell) Gray Burnside Ross (divorced 1960);
3, 1960, to Patricia (Peabody) Whithead; grandnephew of Corinne
Roosevelt Robinson and Theodore
Roosevelt; great-grandnephew of Robert
Barnwell Roosevelt; second great-grandnephew of James
I. Roosevelt; third great-grandson of Edward
Hutchinson Robbins; third great-grandnephew of William
Bellinger Bulloch; fourth great-grandson of Archibald
Bulloch (1730?-1777); first cousin once removed of Theodore
Douglas Robinson, Alice
Lee Roosevelt Longworth, Warren
Delano Robbins, Corinne
Robinson Alsop, Theodore
Roosevelt, Jr. and William
Sheffield Cowles; first cousin five times removed of Ebenezer
Huntington; first cousin seven times removed of Benjamin
Huntington; second cousin of Corinne
A. Chubb and John
deKoven Alsop; second cousin four times removed of Nicholas
Roosevelt, Jr., Philip
DePeyster and Jabez
| || || Political families: Roosevelt
family of New York City, New York; Kellogg-Seymour-Chapin-Adams
family of Connecticut and New York (subsets of the Three
Thousand Related Politicians).|
| || ||See also Wikipedia
Joseph C. Roosevelt (1900-1987) —
also known as Joe Roosevelt —
of Detroit, Wayne
Born in Detroit, Wayne
County, Mich., October
estate and insurance
business; member of Michigan
state house of representatives from Wayne County 1st District,
1933-36; member of Michigan
state senate 21st District, 1937-38; defeated in primary, 1938,
1940, 1942; implicated
in the Michigan legislative bribery
in 1944 as a go-between providing
bribes to legislators; granted immunity
from prosecution, and testified against others.
Died in 1987
William Warren Rose (1864-1931) —
also known as William W. Rose —
of Kansas City, Wyandotte
Born in Oyster Bay, Nassau
County, Long Island, N.Y., March
of Kansas City, Kan., 1905-06, 1906; defeated, 1897 (Fusion),
1907 (Democratic); delegate to Democratic National Convention from
lawsuit was filed against him in 1905 over his refusal to
enforce the state's liquor
prohibition law; fined
$1,000 for contempt
by the Kansas Supreme Court in 1907 for trying to hold office as
Died May 4,
1931 (age 67 years, 53
Interment at Woodlawn
Cemetery, Kansas City, Kan.
Daniel David Rostenkowski (1928-2010) —
also known as Dan Rostenkowski; "Rosty";
"Chicago Powerhouse" —
of Chicago, Cook
Born in Chicago, Cook
County, Ill., January
Democrat. Served in the U.S. Army during the Korean conflict; member
state house of representatives, 1953-55; member of Illinois
state senate, 1955-59; U.S.
Representative from Illinois, 1959-95 (8th District 1959-93, 5th
District 1993-95); defeated, 1994; delegate to Democratic National
Convention from Illinois, 1960,
(delegation chair), 1988,
Member, Veterans of
Foreign Wars; Knights
of Columbus; Kiwanis;
in 1994 on 17 felony charges;
guilty in April 1996 to two counts of misuse of public funds; sentenced
to seventeen months in federal prison;
released in 1997.
11, 2010 (age 82 years, 221
Fred B. Roti (1920-1999) —
Born in Chicago, Cook
County, Ill., December
Member of Illinois
state senate, 1951-56.
and racketeering, 1993; served four years in federal prison.
Died, of cancer,
in Chicago, Cook
County, Ill., September
20, 1999 (age 78 years, 276
Interment at Mt.
Carmel Cemetery, Hillside, Ill.
Thomas B. Roush (born c.1861) —
of Athens, Athens
Born in Ohio, about 1861.
of Athens, Ohio, 1920-22; resigned 1922.
as mayor after his son, the police chief, was caught soliciting and
accepting a bribe.
Lovell Harrison Rousseau (1818-1869) —
also known as Lovell H. Rousseau —
of Bloomfield, Greene
County, Ind.; Louisville, Jefferson
Born near Stanford, Lincoln
County, Ky., August
member of Indiana
state house of representatives, 1844-45; served in the U.S. Army
during the Mexican War; member of Indiana
state senate, 1847-49; member of Kentucky
state senate, 1860-61; general in the Union Army during the Civil
Representative from Kentucky 5th District, 1865-66, 1866-67;
resigned 1866; on June 14, 1866, he assaulted
Iowa Rep. Josiah
B. Grinnell with the iron handle of his cane; reprimanded
by the House of Representatives, and resigned,
but was elected to fill his own vacancy.
Died in New Orleans, Orleans
Parish, La., January
7, 1869 (age 50 years, 156
Original interment and cenotaph at Cave
Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Ky.; reinterment in 1892 at Arlington
National Cemetery, Arlington, Va.
Carl Thomas Rowan (1925-2000) —
also known as Carl T. Rowan —
Born in Ravenscroft, White
County, Tenn., August
Served in the U.S. Navy during World War II; syndicated newspaper
commentator; U.S. Ambassador to Finland, 1963-64; in 1988, he shot
and wounded an intruder in his backyard in Washington, D.C.; he
with a weapons
violation, and tried;
the jury was unable to reach a verdict, and a mistrial was declared;
received the Spingarn
Medal in 1997.
ancestry. Member, Americans
for Democratic Action.
Died, of heart and
ailments and diabetes,
at the Washington Hospital
23, 2000 (age 75 years, 43
John Rowan (1773-1843) —
of Louisville, Jefferson
Born near York, York
County, Pa., July 12,
Democrat. Lawyer; delegate
to Kentucky state constitutional convention, 1799; secretary
of state of Kentucky, 1804-08; U.S.
Representative from Kentucky 3rd District, 1807-09; member of Kentucky
state house of representatives, 1813-17, 1822-24; Judge,
Kentucky Court of Appeals, 1819-21; U.S.
Senator from Kentucky, 1825-31.
Built the mansion "Federal Hill", later made famous by his cousin,
the songwriter Stephen Foster, in the song "My Old Kentucky Home."
Fought a duel
about 1801 with an acquaintance, James Chambers, in which the latter
was killed; arrested
and tried on
Died in Louisville, Jefferson
County, Ky., July 13,
1843 (age 70 years, 1
Interment at Bardstown
Cemetery, Bardstown, Ky.
John Grosvenor Rowland (b. 1957) —
also known as John G. Rowland —
of Danbury, Fairfield
Born in Waterbury, New Haven
County, Conn., May 24,
agent; member of Connecticut
state house of representatives, 1981-84; U.S.
Representative from Connecticut 5th District, 1985-91; Governor of
Connecticut, 1995-2004; defeated, 1990; resigned 2004; delegate
to Republican National Convention from Connecticut, 2000;
guilty to federal corruption charges in 2004; served ten months
Still living as of 2014.
Hillyer Rudisill (1875-1923) —
of Macon, Bibb
Born in Forsyth, Monroe
County, Ga., April
Republican. Postmaster at Macon,
Ga., 1922-23 (acting, 1922).
Died from a self-inflicted
in the post
office at Macon, Bibb
County, Ga., February
16, 1923 (age 47 years, 296
days). A shortage
of about $86,000 was discovered
after his death.
Interment at Forsyth
Cemetery, Forsyth, Ga.
of Benjamin Franklin Rudisill (1834-1901) and Antoinette Vashti
(Smith) Rudisill (1847-1891); married, November
9, 1899, to Frances Lane (1878-1903).|
| || ||See also Find-A-Grave
Bobby Lee Rush (b. 1946) —
also known as Bobby L. Rush —
of Chicago, Cook
Born in Albany, Dougherty
County, Ga., November
Democrat. Candidate for Illinois
state house of representatives, 1978; U.S.
Representative from Illinois 1st District, 1993-; delegate to
Democratic National Convention from Illinois, 1996,
candidate for mayor
of Chicago, Ill., 1999.
As a Black Panther, spent six months in prison
on a weapons
Still living as of 2014.
Lee Maurice Russell (1875-1943) —
also known as Lee M. Russell —
of Oxford, Lafayette
Born in Dallas, Lafayette
County, Miss., November
Democrat. Alternate delegate to Democratic National Convention from
of Mississippi, 1920-24.
by a former stenographer with breach of promise and seduction;
in federal court, where a jury found in his favor.
Died May 16,
1943 (age 67 years, 181
Interment at Lakewood
Memorial Park, Jackson, Miss.
Anthony Russo —
of Hoboken, Hudson
of Hoboken, N.J., 1993-2001; defeated, 2001.
guilty in 2004 to extorting
from an accounting firm; sentenced
to 30 months in federal prison.
Still living as of 2004.
Kevin Ryan (born c.1952) —
of Montville, New London
Born about 1952.
member of Connecticut
state house of representatives 139th District, 1993-.
on July 12, 2001; pleaded
guilty in September and sentenced
to 120 days in prison;
released January 1, 2002.
Still living as of 2002.