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List of governors of New Hampshire

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Number of governors and acting governors of New Hampshire by party affiliation
Party Governors
Republican 52
Democratic 21
Democratic-Republican 7
Federalist 3
Whig 1
Know Nothing 1
National Republican 1
No Party 2

This is a list of Governors of New Hampshire, in the United States. The governor of New Hampshire has a term of two years, and can seek re-election. The original title was President of New Hampshire. It was changed to "governor" during the term of Josiah Bartlett, though the office itself remained the same.

The longest-serving governor in state history is Federalist John Taylor Gilman, who served as governor for 14 years (albeit nonconsecutive), from 1794 to 1805 and from 1813 to 1816.

List of governors

The last of the colonial governors of New Hampshire fled in 1775.

Parties

  Democratic   Federalist   Democratic-Republican   National Republican   Whig   Republican   Know Nothing

# Image Governor Took office Left office Party Notes
1
No image.svg
Meshech Weare June 15, 1776 June 1, 1785 Independent
2
John langdon.jpg
John Langdon June 1, 1785 June 7, 1786 Independent
3
GeneralJohnSullivanByTenney.jpg
John Sullivan June 7, 1786 June 4, 1788 Federalist
(2)
John langdon.jpg
John Langdon June 4, 1788 January 22, 1789 Democratic-Republican
(3)
GeneralJohnSullivanByTenney.jpg
John Sullivan January 22, 1789 June 5, 1790 Federalist [1]
4
Josiah Bartlett.jpg
Josiah Bartlett June 5, 1790 June 5, 1794 Democratic-Republican [citation needed]
5
John Taylor Gilman 2.jpg
John Taylor Gilman June 5, 1794 June 6, 1805 Federalist
(2)
John langdon.jpg
John Langdon June 6, 1805 June 8, 1809 Democratic-Republican
6
JeremiahsmithNH.jpg
Jeremiah Smith June 8, 1809 June 5, 1810 Federalist
(2)
John langdon.jpg
John Langdon June 5, 1810 June 5, 1812 Democratic-Republican
7
WPlumer.jpg
William Plumer June 5, 1812 June 3, 1813 Democratic-Republican
(5)
John Taylor Gilman 2.jpg
John Taylor Gilman June 3, 1813 June 6, 1816 Federalist
(7)
WPlumer.jpg
William Plumer June 6, 1816 June 3, 1819 Democratic-Republican
8
SamuelBell.jpg
Samuel Bell June 3, 1819 June 5, 1823 Democratic-Republican
9
Levi Woodbury SecNavy.jpg
Levi Woodbury June 5, 1823 June 3, 1824 Democratic-Republican
10
David Lawrence Morril.jpg
David L. Morril June 3, 1824 June 7, 1827 Democratic-Republican
11
NHGOV Benjamin Pierce.jpg
Benjamin Pierce June 7, 1827 June 5, 1828 Democratic-Republican
12
John Bell (New Hampshire Governor).jpg
John Bell June 5, 1828 June 4, 1829 National Republican
(11)
NHGOV Benjamin Pierce.jpg
Benjamin Pierce June 4, 1829 June 3, 1830 Democratic
13
Matthew Harvey New Hampshire Governor.jpg
Matthew Harvey June 3, 1830 February 28, 1831 Democratic [2]
Joseph M. Harper NH.jpg
Joseph M. Harper February 28, 1831 June 2, 1831 Democratic [3]
14
Samuel Dinsmoor Sr..jpg
Samuel Dinsmoor June 2, 1831 June 5, 1834 Democratic
15
William Badger NH.jpg
William Badger June 5, 1834 June 2, 1836 Democratic
16
IsaacHill.jpg
Isaac Hill June 2, 1836 June 5, 1839 Democratic
17
John-Page-NH.jpg
John Page June 5, 1839 June 2, 1842 Democratic
18
Henry Hubbard Portrait.jpg
Henry Hubbard June 2, 1842 June 6, 1844 Democratic
19
John Hardy Steele.jpg
John H. Steele June 6, 1844 June 4, 1846 Democratic
20
Anthony Colby.jpg
Anthony Colby June 4, 1846 June 3, 1847 Whig
21
JWWilliams.jpg
Jared W. Williams June 3, 1847 June 7, 1849 Democratic
22
Samuel Dinsmoor, Jr..jpg
Samuel Dinsmoor Jr. June 7, 1849 June 3, 1852 Democratic
23
NoahMartin.jpg
Noah Martin June 3, 1852 June 8, 1854 Democratic
24
Nathaniel Bradley Baker.jpg
Nathaniel B. Baker June 8, 1854 June 7, 1855 Democratic
25
Ralph Metcalf.jpg
Ralph Metcalf June 7, 1855 June 4, 1857 Know Nothing
26
William Haile NH.jpg
William Haile June 4, 1857 June 2, 1859 Republican
27
Ichabod Goodwin.jpg
Ichabod Goodwin June 2, 1859 June 6, 1861 Republican
28
Nathaniel Springer Berry.jpg
Nathaniel S. Berry June 6, 1861 June 3, 1863 Republican
29
Joseph A. Gilmore.jpg
Joseph A. Gilmore June 3, 1863 June 8, 1865 Republican
30
Fredericksmyth.jpg
Frederick Smyth June 8, 1865 June 6, 1867 Republican
31
Walter Harriman NH.jpg
Walter Harriman June 6, 1867 June 3, 1869 Republican
32
Onslow Stearns.jpg
Onslow Stearns June 3, 1869 June 8, 1871 Republican
33
James Adams Weston.png
James A. Weston June 8, 1871 June 6, 1872 Democratic
34
Ezekiel A. Straw.jpg
Ezekiel A. Straw June 6, 1872 June 3, 1874 Republican
(33)
James Adams Weston.png
James A. Weston June 3, 1874 June 10, 1875 Democratic
35
Govpersoncheney.jpg
Person C. Cheney June 10, 1875 June 7, 1877 Republican
36
GBFPrescott.jpg
Benjamin F. Prescott June 7, 1877 June 5, 1879 Republican
37
Natt Head.jpg
Natt Head June 5, 1879 June 2, 1881 Republican
38
CharlesBell.jpg
Charles H. Bell June 2, 1881 June 7, 1883 Republican
39
Samuel W. Hale.jpg
Samuel W. Hale June 7, 1883 June 4, 1885 Republican
40
Moody Currier, Governor of New Hampshire from State Builders.jpg
Moody Currier June 4, 1885 June 2, 1887 Republican
41
Charles H. Sawyer.jpg
Charles H. Sawyer June 2, 1887 June 6, 1889 Republican
42
Gov. David Harvey Goodell.png
David H. Goodell June 6, 1889 January 8, 1891 Republican
43
Hiram A. Tuttle.jpg
Hiram A. Tuttle January 8, 1891 January 5, 1893 Republican
44
John Butler Smith.jpg
John Butler Smith January 5, 1893 January 3, 1895 Republican
45
Charles A. Busiel.jpg
Charles A. Busiel January 3, 1895 January 7, 1897 Republican
46
George A. Ramsdell.jpg
George A. Ramsdell January 7, 1897 January 5, 1899 Republican
47
Frank West Rollins.jpg
Frank W. Rollins January 5, 1899 January 3, 1901 Republican
48
Chester Bradley Jordan (1839-1914) (cropped).jpg
Chester B. Jordan January 3, 1901 January 1, 1903 Republican
49
Nahum Josiah Bachelder, Governor of New Hampshire from State Builders.jpg
Nahum J. Bachelder January 1, 1903 January 5, 1905 Republican
50
Mclajohn.jpg
John McLane January 5, 1905 January 3, 1907 Republican
51
Charles Miller Floyd.jpg
Charles M. Floyd January 3, 1907 January 7, 1909 Republican
52
Henry Brewer Quinby.png
Henry B. Quinby January 7, 1909 January 5, 1911 Republican
53
Robert Perkins Bass cph.3b10273 (cropped).jpg
Robert P. Bass January 5, 1911 January 2, 1913 Republican
54
Samuel D. Felker.jpg
Samuel D. Felker January 2, 1913 January 1, 1915 Democratic
55
GovernorSpaulding (cropped).jpg
Rolland H. Spaulding January 1, 1915 January 2, 1917 Republican
56
GHWKeyes.jpg
Henry W. Keyes January 2, 1917 January 6, 1919 Republican
57
GJHBartlett.jpg
John H. Bartlett January 6, 1919 January 6, 1921 Republican
58
Gov. Albert Oscar Brown.png
Albert O. Brown January 6, 1921 January 4, 1923 Republican
59
Senator Fred H. Brown (cropped).jpg
Fred H. Brown January 4, 1923 January 1, 1925 Democratic
60
John Gilbert Winant.jpg
John Gilbert Winant January 1, 1925 January 6, 1927 Republican
61
Huntley N. Spaulding.jpg
Huntley N. Spaulding January 6, 1927 January 3, 1929 Republican
62
Charles Tobey.jpg
Charles W. Tobey January 3, 1929 January 1, 1931 Republican
(60)
John Gilbert Winant.jpg
John Gilbert Winant January 1, 1931 January 3, 1935 Republican
63
StylesBridges(R-NH).jpg
Styles Bridges January 3, 1935 January 7, 1937 Republican
64
Francis Parnell Murphy.jpg
Francis P. Murphy January 7, 1937 January 2, 1941 Republican
65
Robert O. Blood.jpg
Robert O. Blood January 2, 1941 January 4, 1945 Republican
66
Charles M. Dale.jpg
Charles M. Dale January 4, 1945 January 6, 1949 Republican
67
GLSAAdams.jpg
Sherman Adams January 6, 1949 January 1, 1953 Republican
68
Hugh Gregg.jpg
Hugh Gregg January 1, 1953 January 6, 1955 Republican
69
GLDwinell.jpg
Lane Dwinell January 6, 1955 January 1, 1959 Republican
70
Wesley Powell.jpg
Wesley Powell January 1, 1959 January 3, 1963 Republican
71
Gov John King.jpg
John W. King January 3, 1963 January 2, 1969 Democratic
72
GWRPeterson.jpg
Walter R. Peterson Jr. January 2, 1969 January 4, 1973 Republican
73
Meldrim Thomson.jpg
Meldrim Thomson Jr. January 4, 1973 January 4, 1979 Republican
74
Gov Hugh Gallen (cropped).jpg
Hugh J. Gallen January 4, 1979 December 29, 1982 Democratic [4]
No image.svg
Vesta M. Roy December 29, 1982 January 6, 1983 Republican [4]
75
John H. Sununu (cropped).jpg
John H. Sununu January 6, 1983 January 4, 1989 Republican
76
Judd Gregg.jpg
Judd Gregg January 4, 1989 January 2, 1993 Republican [5][6]
No image.svg
Ralph D. Hough January 2, 1993 January 7, 1993 Republican [5][6]
77
Merrill Stephen.jpg
Steve Merrill January 7, 1993 January 9, 1997 Republican
78
JeanneShaheen.JPG
Jeanne Shaheen January 9, 1997 January 9, 2003 Democratic
79
Gov Craig Benson on 9-11-04.JPG
Craig Benson January 9, 2003 January 6, 2005 Republican
80
John Lynch (cropped).jpg
John Lynch January 6, 2005 January 3, 2013 Democratic
81
Maggie Hassan, official portrait, 115th Congress.jpg
Maggie Hassan January 3, 2013 January 2, 2017 Democratic [7]
No image.svg
Chuck Morse January 3, 2017 January 5, 2017 Republican [7]
82
Christopher T Sununu.jpg
Chris Sununu January 5, 2017 present Republican

Succession

Notes

  1. ^ Resigned to take a seat in a federal court.
  2. ^ Resigned to take a seat on the United States District Court for New Hampshire.
  3. ^ As president of the state senate, acted as governor for unexpired term.
  4. ^ a b Hugh Gallen fell ill and yielded his powers to the president of the state senate, Vesta Roy; he died on December 29, 1982.
  5. ^ a b Judd Gregg resigned from the governorship on January 2, 1993 to take seat in the United States Senate; president of the state senate Ralph D. Hough served as acting governor until governor-elect Steve Merrill was sworn in January 7.
  6. ^ a b Soloman, Dave (December 15, 2016). "Hassan to resign as governor on Jan. 2, ahead of swearing-in as U.S. senator". New Hampshire Union Leader. Retrieved December 16, 2016.
  7. ^ a b Maggie Hassan resigned from the governorship at the end of January 2, 2017, to take a seat in the United States Senate, twelve hours later. President of the state senate Chuck Morse became acting governor and served until January 5, 2017, when Governor-elect Chris Sununu took office.

Other high offices held

This is a table of congressional and other federal offices held by governors. All representatives and senators mentioned represented New Hampshire. * denotes those offices which the governor resigned to take.

Governor Gubernatorial term U.S. Congress Other offices held
House Senate
John Langdon 1785–1786
1788–1789
1805–1809
1810–1812
S Delegate to the Continental Congress, twice President pro tempore of the Senate
John Sullivan 1786–1788
1789–1790
Delegate to the Continental Congress
Josiah Bartlett 1790–1794 Delegate to the Continental Congress
John Taylor Gilman 1794–1805
1813–1816
Delegate to the Continental Congress
Jeremiah Smith 1809–1810 H
William Plumer 1812–1813
1816–1819
S
Samuel Bell 1819–1823 S
Levi Woodbury 1823–1824 S U.S. Secretary of the Navy, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
David L. Morril 1824–1827 S
Matthew Harvey 1830–1831 H Judge of the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire
Joseph M. Harper 1831 H
Samuel Dinsmoor 1831–1834 H
Isaac Hill 1836–1839 S
John Page 1839–1842 S
Henry Hubbard 1842–1844 H S
Jared W. Williams 1847–1849 H S
Person Colby Cheney 1875–1877 S
Charles H. Bell 1881–1883 S
Henry W. Keyes 1917–1919 S
Fred H. Brown 1923–1925 S
John Gilbert Winant 1925–1927
1931–1935
Ambassador to the United Kingdom
Charles W. Tobey 1929–1931 H S
Styles Bridges 1935–1937 S President pro tempore of the Senate
Sherman Adams 1949–1953 H
Judd Gregg 1989–1993 H S
Jeanne Shaheen 1997–2003 S
Maggie Hassan 2013–2017 S

Living former governors and acting governors of New Hampshire

As of January 2017, there are seven former governors and two former acting governors of New Hampshire who are currently living, the oldest governor being John H. Sununu (served 1983–1989, born 1939). The most recent governor of New Hampshire to die was Walter R. Peterson, Jr. (served 1969–1973, born 1922), on June 2, 2011. The most recently serving governor of New Hampshire to die was Vesta M. Roy (served as acting governor 1982–1983, born 1925), on February 8, 2002.

Governor Gubernatorial term Date of birth (and age)
John H. Sununu 1983–1989 (1939-07-02) July 2, 1939 (age 80)
Judd Gregg 1989–1993 (1947-02-14) February 14, 1947 (age 72)
Ralph D. Hough 1993 (acting) (1943-05-21) May 21, 1943 (age 76)
Steve Merrill 1993–1997 (1946-06-21) June 21, 1946 (age 73)
Jeanne Shaheen 1997–2003 (1947-01-28) January 28, 1947 (age 72)
Craig Benson 2003–2005 (1954-10-08) October 8, 1954 (age 64)
John Lynch 2005–2013 (1952-11-25) November 25, 1952 (age 66)
Maggie Hassan 2013–2017 (1958-02-27) February 27, 1958 (age 61)
Chuck Morse 2017 (acting) (1950-11-16) November 16, 1950 (age 68)

See also

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