List of United States political families (S)

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The following is an alphabetical list of political families in the United States whose last name begins with S .

Contents

Sabos

Salazars

Salmons

Salomons

Saltonstalls

See Saltonstall family

Samfords

Sammons and Starins

Sanchezes

Sanders of Louisiana

NOTE: Jared Y. Sanders, Sr. was also cousin of U.S. Senator Murphy J. Foster. [13]

Sanders of New York

Sanders of Vermont

Sandlins and the Learys

Sanfords

Sanfords of Connecticut and New York

NOTE: Nehemiah Curtis Sanford's wife, Nancy Bateman Shelton, was also a descendant of Connecticut Colony Governor Thomas Welles.

Sanfords of Rhode Island

NOTE: Peleg Sanford was also son-in-law of Rhode Island Colony Governor William Coddington. [25]

Sapps

Sarbanes

Satterfields

Saulsburys

NOTE: William Saulsbury, Sr. was also brother-in-law of Delaware Governor James Ponder. [35]

Saxbes

Saylers

Saylors

Scalias

Schells

Schencks and Tellers

Schleichers and Stockdales

Schmitzes

Schoonmakers

Schreibers

Schuylers

See the Livingston family for other Schuyler political descendants from Alida Schuyler and her husband Robert Livingston the Elder, including the Bush Family, Hamilton Fish and his descendants, and John Kean (New Jersey) and his descendants, among others.

Schwabe

Schwegmanns

Schweinhauts

Schwellenbachs

Scotts

Scotts and the Provostys of Louisiana

Scotts of Maryland and Pennsylvania

Scotts of Pennsylvania and Florida

Scrantons

See The Scranton family

Scudders

Seavers

Sedgwicks

Seelyes

Seiberlings

Seitzes

Semples

Sensenbrenners

Serranos

Sessions

Sevarios

Sewalls

Sewalls of Maine and New Jersey

Sewards and Millers

Sewells

Seymours

Seymours and Conklings

Shannons

NOTE: James Shannon was also son-in-law of Kentucky Governor Isaac Shelby. [89]

Shaws

Sheffields

Sheffields and Tods

Sheldons

Shelleys

Shepleys

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Ether Sheply

Sheppards and Macks

NOTE: Connie Mack III is also step-grandson of U.S. Senator Tom T. Connally, who was the father of federal judge Ben Clarkson Connally. [102] Mary Bono Mack is also widow of U.S. Representative Sonny Bono. [103]

Sheppards and Wallaces

Shermans

Shermans of Ohio

NOTE: J. Donald Cameron was also son of U.S. Secretary of War Simon Cameron. [108] William Tecumseh Sherman was also adoptive son of U.S. Secretary of the Interior Thomas Ewing. [109] Thomas W. Bartley was also son of Ohio Governor Mordecai Bartley. [110]

Shields

Shippens

Shiras

Shobers

Shonks

NOTE: Herbert B. Shonk was also son-in-law of Buffalo, New York Mayor Erastus C. Knight. [116]

Shotts

Sholes of Wisconsin

Shoups

Jack Shoup (1990–present), [Orange County, California] Mayor of Salina, Kansas (1991)

Shrivers

Shunks and Browns

NOTE: William Findlay was also brother of U.S. Representatives John Findlay [124] and James Findlay [124] and grandfather of U.S. Representative John Van Lear Findlay. [124]

Shusters

Sibleys and Trowbridges

NOTE: Henry Hastings Sibley was also son-in-law of Pennsylvania state representative James Steele [131] and brother-in-law of U.S. Representative James Leeper Johnson.

Silbermans

Sillers

Silvesters

Simms

Simmons and Urners

Simons

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Hanging portrait of William Simon

Simons of Illinois

Simpsons

Simpsons of Illinois

Sinnicksons

Skinners

Slaters

Slays

Slemps

Slidells and Emmets

NOTE: William C. Emmet was also grandson of New York Attorney General Thomas Addis Emmet [148] and first cousin once removed of U.S. Minister Greenville T. Emmet. [148]

Sloans

Smatherses

Smiths

Smiths of Connecticut

Smiths of Louisiana

Smiths of Maine

NOTE: Margaret Chase Smith was also descended from the Chase family.

Smiths of Michigan

Smiths of New Hampshire and Illinois

Smiths of Oregon

Note: Milan and Gordon Smith are also related to the Udall family.

Smiths of Oregon (II)

Smiths of Vermont

Smiths of Vermont (II)

Smiths of West Virginia

Smiths and Symms

Smoots

NOTE: Joseph Rowlett was also brother of Texas Republic politician Daniel Rowlett. [173]

Snapps

Sneeds

Snellings

Snodgrass

Snowes

South, Cockrells, and Hargises

See South-Cockrell-Hargis Family

Southards

Southgates

Spaights and Donnells

Spauldings

Spauldings and Swegles

Specters

Speeds and Adams

Spences

Spencers

NOTE: Ambrose Spencer was also brother-in-law of U.S. Senator De Witt Clinton. [194]

Spooners

Spragues

Spriggs

Staeblers

Staggers

Stanfords

Stanfords and Webbs

Stanlys

Stapletons

Note: Walker Stapleton is related to the Bush–Davis–Walker family political line.

Starkweathers

Starrs

Stassens

Steagalls

Steelmans

Stephens

Stephens of California

Stephensons

Stepoviches

Sterlings

Sterlings of Connecticut and New York

Stetsons and Wilsons

Steuarts

The Steubes

Stevens

Stevens of Massachusetts and Washington

Stevensons

The Stevensons of Illinois have produced a number of important political figures:

NOTE: James Stevenson Ewing was also son of Bloomington, Illinois Mayor John Wallis Ewing [109] and brother of Illinois State Judge William Gillespie Ewing. [109] Sydenham B. Alexander was also cousin of U.S. Senator John Sharp Williams. [227]

Stevensons of California, Idaho, and Nevada

Stewarts

Stewarts of Ohio

Stewarts of Utah

Stines

Stinsons

Stocktons

NOTE: Elias Boudinot was also father-in-law of U.S. Attorney General William Bradford. [237]

Stocktons of Delaware and Michigan

Stokes

Stokes and Wellborns

Stones

Storers

NOTE: Alice Lee Roosevelt was also daughter to U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, [246] sister of Puerto Rico Governor Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., [246] and first cousin of Connecticut state representative Corinne Alsop Cole. [247]

Storkes

Storrs

Storys

Stoughtons, Nelsons, and Tailers

Strattons

Strattons of Illinois

Straus

NOTE: Nathan Straus, Jr. was also brother-in-law of New York Supreme Court Justice Irving Lehman [254] and U.S. Senator Herbert H. Lehman.

Streets

Strindens

Strongs

Strothers

Strubles

Stuarts

Sturges

Stuyvesants

Sullivans

Sullivans of Indiana

Sullivans of Missouri

Sulzers

Sumners

Sumters

Sunias

Sununus

Suozzis

Sutherlands

Sutherlins and Williamsons

Swaynes

Sweeneys

Sweetsers and Hitchingses

Swensons

Sykes

Symingtons

See Symington family

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