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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joseph E. Brown
Politician
15-Apr-1821 30-Nov-1894 Governor of Georgia, 1857-65
Saxby Chambliss
Politician
10-Nov-1943   US Senator from Georgia
Max Cleland
Politician
24-Aug-1942   US Senator from Georgia, 1997-2003
Paul Coverdell
Politician
29-Jan-1939 18-Jul-2000 US Senator from Georgia, 1993-2000
William H. Crawford
Politician
24-Feb-1772 15-Sep-1834 Senator and 1824 candidate for President
Rebecca Latimer Felton
Politician
10-Jun-1835 24-Jan-1930 First female in the US Senate
John Forsyth
Politician
22-Oct-1780 21-Oct-1841 US Secretary of State, 1834-41
Wyche Fowler, Jr.
Politician
6-Oct-1940   US Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, 1996-2001
Walter F. George
Politician
29-Jan-1878 4-Aug-1957 US Senator from Georgia, 1922-57
Thomas W. Hardwick
Politician
9-Dec-1872 31-Jan-1944 Senator and Governor from Georgia
Johnny Isakson
Politician
24-Dec-1944   US Senator from Georgia
Mack Mattingly
Politician
7-Jan-1931   US Senator from Georgia, 1981-87
Zell Miller
Politician
24-Feb-1932   US Senator from Georgia, 2000-05
Sam Nunn
Politician
8-Sep-1938   US Senator from Georgia, 1972-97
Richard B. Russell
Politician
2-Nov-1897 21-Jan-1971 US Senator from Georgia, 1933-71
Alexander Hamilton Stephens
Politician
11-Feb-1812 4-Mar-1883 Confederate Vice President
Herman Talmadge
Politician
9-Aug-1913 21-Mar-2002 Senator and Governor from Georgia


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