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List of judges of the Supreme Court of Missouri

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The following is a list of all of the individuals who have served on the Supreme Court of Missouri.

Missouri's Supreme Court had three judges from 1820 until 1872, when it was increased to five. In 1890 the number of judges was increased to seven, which is still the standard.

Only the Chief Justice is referred to as "justice" while other members are referred to as "judge." The chief justice is typically elected to a two-year term on a rotating basis by a vote of the Supreme Court judges.[1]

Name County Term as Judge
Mathias McGirk Montgomery 1821–1841
John Dillar Cook Cape Girardeau 1821–1823
John Rice Jones Washington 1821–1824
Rufus Pettibone St. Louis 1823–1825
George Tompkins Howard 1824–1845
Robert Wash St. Louis 1825–1837
John Cummins Edwards Cole 1837–1839
William Barclay Napton Saline 1839–1849
William Scott Cole 1841–1843
Priestly H. McBride Monroe 1845–1848
John Ferguson Ryland Lafayette 1849
James Harvey Birch Clinton 1849
James Harvey Birch Clinton 1850–1851
John Ferguson Ryland Lafayette 1850–1857
Hamilton Rowan Gamble St. Louis 1850–1855
William Scott Cole 1851–1862
Abiel Leonard Howard 1855–1857
John Crowley Richardson St. Louis 1857–1859
William Barclay Napton Saline 1857–1861
Ephraim Brevard Ewing Ray 1859–1861
Barton Bates St. Charles 1862–1865
John D. S. Dryden Marion 1862–1865
William Van Ness Bay St. Louis 1862–1865
David Wagner Lewis 1865–1877
Walter L. Lovelace Montgomery 1865–1866
Nathaniel Holmes St. Louis 1865–1868
Thomas James Clark Flagg Pike 1866–1868
James Baker Greene 1868
Philemon Bliss Buchanan 1868–1872
Warren Currier St. Louis 1868–1872
Washington Adams Cooper 1871–1874
William Barclay Napton Saline 1873–1880
Henry M. Vories Buchanan 1873–1876
Thomas Adiel Sherwood Greene 1873–1902
Edward Augustus Lewis St. Louis 1874
Warwick Hough Jackson 1875–1884
Elijah Hise Norton Platte 1877–1888
John Ward Henry Macon 1876–1888
Robert D. Ray Carroll 1881–1890
Francis Marion Black Jackson 1885–1894
Theodore Brace Monroe 1887–1907
Shephard Barclay St. Louis 1889–1898
James Britton Gantt Henry 1891–1910
John Lilburn Thomas Jefferson 1890–1892
George Bennett MacFarlane Audrain 1890–1898
Gavon Drummond Burgess Linn 1893–1910
Waltour Moss Robinson Jasper 1895–1904
William Muir Williams Cooper 1898
William Champe Marshall St. Louis 1899–1906
Leroy D. Valliant St. Louis 1899–1912
James David Fox Madison 1903–1910
Henry Lamm Pettis 1905–1914
Waller Washington Graves Bates 1906–1928
Archelaus Marius Woodson Buchanan 1907–1925
Franklin Ferriss St. Louis 1910–1912
John Kennish Jackson 1910–1913
John Chilton Brown Carter 1911–1915
Henry Whitelaw Bond St. Louis 1913–1919
Charles Breckenridge Faris Pemiscot 1913–1919
Robert Franklin Walker Morgan 1913–1930
James Thomas Blair DeKalb 1915–1924
Charles G. Revelle St. Francois 1915–1916
Fred Lincoln Williams Jasper 1917–1920
John Isaac Williamson Jackson 1919–1920
Richard Livingston Goode St. Louis 1919–1922
Conway Elder St. Louis 1921–1922
Edward Higbee Adair 1921–1922
David Elmore Blair Jasper 1921–1930
William T. Ragland Monroe 1922–1932[2]
John Turner White Greene 1923–1932
Frank Ely Atwood Carroll 1925–1934
Robert William Otto Franklin 1925–1926
Ernest S. Gantt Audrain 1927–1946
North Todd Gentry Boone 1928
William Francis Frank Adair 1929–1938
Berryman Henwood Marion 1930–1932
George Robb Ellison Nodaway 1931–1955
Charles Thomas Hays Marion 1933–1942
Clarence Alexander Burney Jackson 1933
Ernest M. Tipton Jackson 1933–1955
Charles A. Leedy Jr. Jackson 1933–1964
Walter D. Coles St. Louis 1935
John Caskie Collet Chariton 1935–1937
James Marsh Douglas St. Louis 1937–1949
Raymond B. Lucas Scott 1938
Albert M. Clark Ray 1939–1950
Laurance M. Hyde Mercer 1943–1966
Roscoe P. Conkling Buchanan 1947–1954
Sidna Poage Dalton Cape Girardeau 1950–1965
Frank Hollingsworth Audrain 1950–1964
Henry J. Westhues Howard 1954–1963
Henry I. Eager Jackson 1955–1968
Clem F. Storckman St. Louis City 1955–1970
Lawrence Holman Randolph 1963–1977
Fred L. Henley Pemiscot 1964–1978
James A. Finch Jr. Cape Girardeau 1965–1978
Robert True Donnelly Laclede 1965–1988
Robert Eldridge Seiler Jasper 1967–1982
June P. (J. P.) Morgan Livingston 1969–1982
John E. Bardgett St. Louis 1970–1982
Albert L. Rendlen Marion 1977–1992
Joseph J. Simeone St. Louis 1978–1979
Warren Dee Welliver Boone 1979–1989
Andrew Jackson Higgins Platte 1979–1991
George F. Gunn Jr. St. Louis 1982–1985
William Howard Billings Dunklin 1982–1991
Charles Blakey Blackmar St. Louis 1982–1992
Edward D. Robertson Jr. Cole 1985–1998
Ann K. Covington Boone 1989–2001
John C. Holstein Howell 1989–2002
Duane Benton Cole 1991–2004
Elwood L. Thomas Clay 1991–1995
William Ray Price Jr. Jackson 1992-2012
Stephen N. Limbaugh Jr. Cape Girardeau 1992–2008
Ronnie L. White St. Louis 1995–2007
Michael A. Wolff St. Louis 1998–2011
Laura Denvir Stith Jackson 2001–2021
Richard B. Teitelman St. Louis City 2002–2016
Mary Rhodes Russell Marion 2004–present
Patricia Breckenridge Vernon 2007–present
Zel Fischer Atchison 2008–present
George W. Draper III St. Louis 2011–present
Paul C. Wilson Boone 2012–present
W. Brent Powell Greene 2017–present
Robin Ransom St. Louis 2021–present

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  1. ^ Supreme Court Judges – – Retrieved November 5, 2007 Archived February 4, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Chillicothe Constitution Tribune Archives, Jun 7, 1952, p. 6". 7 June 1952. Retrieved 8 May 2020.
  • Official Manual, State of Missouri, 2005-2006. Jefferson City, MO:Secretary of State.
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