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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Victor Ashe
Diplomat
1-Jan-1945   US Ambassador to Poland
Diane Black
Politician
16-Jan-1951   Congresswoman, Tennessee 6th
Ray Blanton
Politician
10-Apr-1930 22-Nov-1996 Governor of Tennessee, 1975-79
William Hill Boner
Politician
14-Feb-1945   Congressman from Tennessee, 1979-87
Prentice Cooper
Government
28-Sep-1895 18-May-1969 Governor of Tennessee, 1939-45
Davy Crockett
Military
17-Aug-1786 6-Mar-1836 King of the Wild Frontier
David Davis
Politician
6-Nov-1959   Congressman from Tennessee, 2007-09
Lincoln Davis
Politician
13-Sep-1943   Congressman from Tennessee, 2003-11
Buford Ellington
Politician
27-Jun-1907 3-Apr-1972 Twice Governor of Tennessee
Harold Ford, Sr.
Politician
20-May-1945   Congressman from Tennessee, 1975-97
Cordell Hull
Government
2-Oct-1871 23-Jul-1955 US Secretary of State, 1933-44
Howell Edmunds Jackson
Judge
8-Apr-1832 8-Aug-1895 US Supreme Court Justice, 1893-95
Bill Jenkins
Politician
29-Dec-1936   Congressman, Tennessee 1st
Ned McWherter
Politician
15-Oct-1930 4-Apr-2011 Governor of Tennessee, 1987-95
James Knox Polk
Head of State
2-Nov-1795 15-Jun-1849 11th US President, 1845-49
Bill Purcell
Politician
25-Oct-1953   Mayor of Nashville, 1999-2007
James H. Quillen
Politician
11-Jan-1916 2-Nov-2003 Congressman from Tennessee, 1963-97
Ron Ramsey
Politician
20-Nov-1955   Lt. Governor of Tennessee
James D. Richardson
Politician
10-Mar-1843 24-Jul-1914 Congressman from Tennessee, 1885-1905
John Tanner
Politician
22-Sep-1944   Congressman from Tennessee, 1989-2011


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