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State Senators from Parke County–All Holders

# Office Holder Counties/District Party Tenure Start Reason End Reason
1   Thomas Holdsworth Blake Grant, Owen, Parke, Sullivan, Vigo Nov 19, 1821 to Dec 2, 1822 General Election
2   John Jenckes Grant, Owen, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Vigo Dec 2, 1822 to Dec 1, 1823 General Election Counties Added to District
   John Jenckes Greene, Montgomery, Morgan, Owen, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Vigo Dec 1, 1823 to Jan 10, 1825 Counties Added to District Counties Added to District
   John Jenckes Greene, Hendricks, Montgomery, Morgan, Owen, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Vermillion, Vigo Jan 10, 1825 to Dec 5, 1825 General Election
3   John M. Colman Clay, Greene, Hendricks, Montgomery, Morgan, Owen, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Vermillion, Vigo Dec 5, 1825 to Dec 4, 1826 General Election Redistricting
4   Amos Robertson Fountain, Montgomery, Parke, Putnam, Vermillion Dec 4, 1826 to Dec 3, 1827 General Election
5   James Blair Fountain, Montgomery, Parke, Putnam, Tippecanoe, Vermillion, Warren Dec 3, 1827 to Dec 1, 1828 General Election Counties Added to District
   James Blair Carroll, Fountain, Montgomery, Parke, Putnam, Tippecanoe, Vermillion, Warren Dec 1, 1828 to Dec 7, 1829 Counties Added to District Redistricting
   Vacant Parke Sep 23, 1829 to Dec 2, 1839
   James Blair Fountain, Parke, Vermillion, Warren Dec 7, 1829 to Dec 5, 1831 Redistricting Redistricting
6   Joseph M. Hays Parke Dec 5, 1831 to Dec 3, 1832 General Election
7   Hugh F. Feeny Parke Dec 3, 1832 to Dec 1, 1834 General Election Switched Parties
   Hugh F. Feeny Parke Democratic Dec 1, 1834 to Dec 7, 1835 Switched Parties Did Not Run
8   Austin Montana Puett Parke Democratic Dec 7, 1835 to Dec 3, 1838 General Election
9   William Perkins Bryant Parke Whig Dec 3, 1838 to Sep 23, 1839 General Election Resigned
10   Joseph Albert Wright Parke Democratic Dec 2, 1839 to Feb 24, 1840 Special Election Resigned
11   Samuel H. McCord Parke Whig Dec 7, 1840 to Dec 6, 1841 Special Election
12   Hugh J. Bradley Parke Whig Dec 6, 1841 to Dec 2, 1844 General Election
13   William Garten Coffin Parke Whig Dec 2, 1844 to Dec 6, 1847 General Election
14   Isaac Chenoweth Parke, Vermillion Whig Dec 6, 1847 to Dec 4, 1848 Redistricting
15   William P. Dole Parke, Vermillion Whig Dec 4, 1848 to Dec 1, 1851 General Election
16   Oliver P. Davis Parke, Vermillion Democratic Dec 1, 1851 to Nov 3, 1852 General Election
17   Matthew A. Simpson Parke, Vermillion Whig Nov 3, 1852 to Nov 8, 1854 General Election
18   Samuel T. Ensey Parke, Vermillion Indiana People's Party Nov 8, 1854 to Nov 5, 1856 General Election Switched Parties
   Samuel T. Ensey Parke, Vermillion Republican Nov 5, 1856 to Nov 3, 1858 Switched Parties
19   George Kirkpatrick Steele Parke, Vermillion Republican Nov 3, 1858 to Nov 5, 1862 General Election
20   Oliver P. Davis Parke, Vermillion Republican Nov 5, 1862 to Nov 7, 1866 General Election
21   Thomas N. Rice Parke, Vermillion Republican Nov 7, 1866 to Nov 9, 1870 General Election
22   John Collett Parke, Vermillion Republican Nov 9, 1870 to Nov 4, 1874 General Election
23   James Thomas Johnston Parke, Vermillion Republican Nov 4, 1874 to Nov 6, 1878 General Election
24   Oliver P. Davis Parke, Vermillion Greenback Nov 6, 1878 to Nov 3, 1880 General Election Switched Parties
   Oliver P. Davis Parke, Vermillion Democratic Nov 3, 1880 to Nov 8, 1882 Switched Parties
25   John H. Lindley Parke, Vermillion Republican Nov 8, 1882 to Nov 3, 1886 General Election
26   Robert B. Sears Parke, Vermillion Republican Nov 3, 1886 to Nov 5, 1890 General Election
27   George W. Hobson Parke, Vermillion Republican Nov 5, 1890 to Nov 7, 1894 General Election
28   William F. Kerns Parke, Vermillion Republican Nov 7, 1894 to Nov 9, 1898 General Election
29   Otis McCullough Keyes Parke, Vermillion, Vigo Republican Nov 9, 1898 to Nov 5, 1902 General Election
30   James Solomon Barcus Parke, Vermillion, Vigo Republican Nov 5, 1902 to Nov 7, 1906 General Election
31   George Enoch Hanna Montgomery, Parke Republican Nov 7, 1906 to Nov 9, 1910 General Election
32   William Marshall White Montgomery, Parke Republican Nov 9, 1910 to Nov 8, 1916 General Election Redistricting
33   George L. Laney Parke, Vigo Democratic Nov 8, 1916 to Nov 3, 1920 General Election
34   Frank Monroe Adams Parke, Vigo Republican Nov 3, 1920 to Nov 8, 1922 General Election Redistricting
   Frank Monroe Adams Clay, Parke Republican Nov 8, 1922 to Nov 5, 1924 Redistricting
35   Christopher Herman Pell Clay, Parke Republican Nov 5, 1924 to Nov 9, 1932 General Election
36   William Henry Benjamin Rupert Clay, Parke Democratic Nov 9, 1932 to Nov 6, 1940 General Election
37   Christopher Herman Pell Clay, Parke Republican Nov 6, 1940 to Nov 8, 1944 General Election
38   Ralph Edgar Porter Clay, Parke Republican Nov 8, 1944 to Nov 3, 1948 General Election
39   Clayton Earl Moss Clay, Parke Democratic Nov 3, 1948 to Apr 30, 1950 General Election Died
   Vacant Clay, Parke Apr 30, 1950 to Nov 8, 1950
40   Ray Franklin Cummins Clay, Parke Democratic Nov 8, 1950 to Nov 5, 1952 Special Election
41   Samuel Clifton McQueen Clay, Parke Republican Nov 5, 1952 to Nov 9, 1960 General Election
42   Kenneth William Reagin Clay, Parke Democratic Nov 9, 1960 to Nov 4, 1964 General Election
43   James Marion Kirtley Montgomery, Parke, Putnam Democratic Nov 4, 1964 to Nov 9, 1966 Redistricting
44   Joseph William Harrison District 17 Republican Nov 9, 1966 to Nov 8, 1972 General Election Redistricting
45   Herman Joseph Fanning, Jr. District 38 Democratic Nov 8, 1972 to Nov 8, 1978 Redistricting Did Not Run
46   William Charles Dunbar District 38 Republican Nov 8, 1978 to Nov 5, 1986 General Election Lost Reelection Bid
47   Robert F. Hellmann District 38 Democratic Nov 5, 1986 to Dec 1, 1997 General Election Resigned
48   Richard Allen Thompson District 24 Republican Nov 4, 1992 to Nov 6, 1996 General Election Did Not Run
   Vacant District 38 Nov 6, 1996 to Dec 20, 1997 General Election
49   Mark Blade District 38 Democratic Dec 20, 1997 to Nov 6, 2002 Appointed by Caucus Lost Renomination Bid
50   Phil Boots District 23 Republican Nov 6, 2002 to Present General Election Present