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John Kee
John Kee
(August 22, 1874 – May 8, 1951) was a U.S. Democratic politician serving in the United States House of Representatives
United States House of Representatives
from 1933 until his death in Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C.
in 1951.

Contents

1 Biography 2 See also 3 References 4 Sources 5 External links

Biography[edit] He was born in Glenville, West Virginia. He attended Glenville State Normal School and West Virginia
West Virginia
University, where he was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa, and was admitted to the bar in 1897. Kee was a member of the West Virginia Senate
West Virginia Senate
1923–1927 He was elected as a Democrat to the United States House of Representatives
United States House of Representatives
from West Virginia
West Virginia
and served from March 4, 1933 until his death, serving the Fifth Congressional District of West Virginia
West Virginia
in the 73rd through the 82nd U.S. Congress. A confidential 1943 analysis of the House Foreign Affairs Committee by Isaiah Berlin
Isaiah Berlin
for the British Foreign Office
Foreign Office
stated that[1]

Judge Kee has been in the House for ten years, and, while he has voted steadily for all the President's foreign policies, he is not either a forceful, influential or noticeably active member of the committee.

Kee died of a heart attack in Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C.
on May 8, 1951.[2] His wife, Elizabeth Kee, succeeded him as U.S. Representative after winning a special election to replace him. She served until 1965 when she was succeeded by their son, James Kee, who served until 1973 when the 5th district was abolished. See also[edit]

West Virginia
West Virginia
portal

United States Congressional Delegations from West Virginia List of United States Congress
United States Congress
members who died in office (1950–99)

References[edit]

^ Hachey, Thomas E. (Winter 1973–1974). "American Profiles on Capitol Hill: A Confidential Study for the British Foreign Office
Foreign Office
in 1943" (PDF). Wisconsin Magazine of History. 57 (2): 141–153. JSTOR 4634869. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-10-21.  ^ "Rep. John Kee, Glenville Graduate, Dies Suddenly" (PDF). Glenville Mercury. May 15, 1951. 

Sources[edit]

United States Congress. " John Kee
John Kee
(id: K000039)". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.  John Kee
John Kee
at The Political Graveyard Memorial services held in the House of Representatives together with remarks presented in eulogy of John Kee, late a representative from West Virginia

External links[edit]

John Kee
John Kee
at Find a Grave

U.S. House of Representatives

Preceded by Hugh Ike Shott Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from West Virginia's 5th congressional district 1933–1951 Succeeded by Elizabeth Kee

Political offices

Preceded by Sol Bloom Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee 1949 – 1951 Succeeded by James P. Richards

v t e

Chairmen of the United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs

Russell Forsyth Everett Archer Wayne Mason Howard Pickens Cushing Adams Ingersoll T. Smith McClernand Bayly Pennington Clingman Hopkins Corwin Crittenden Davis Banks Myers Orth Swann Cox Williams Curtin Belmont McCreary Hitt Blount McCreary Hitt Cousins Perkins Foster Sulzer C. Smith Flood Porter Temple Linthicum McReynolds Bloom Eaton Bloom Kee Richards Chiperfield Richards Gordon Morgan Zablocki Fascell Hamilton Gilman Hyde Lantos Berman Ros-Lehtinen Royce

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Members of the U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. House of Representatives
from West Virginia

1st district

Blair C. Hubbard Duval J. J. Davis B. Wilson Goff Pendleton Atkinson Pendleton Dovener W. Hubbard J. W. Davis Neely Rosenbloom Bachmann Ramsay Schiffler Ramsay Schiffler Neely Love Ramsay R. Mollohan Moore R. Mollohan A. Mollohan McKinley

2nd district

Brown, Sr. Latham Kitchen McGrew Hagans Faulkner Martin Hoge W. Wilson Dayton T. Davis Sturgiss Brown Jr. Bowers Allen Bowman Randolph M. Snyder Staggers, Sr. Benedict Staggers Jr. Wise Capito Mooney

3rd district

Whaley Polsley Witcher Hereford Kenna C. Snyder Alderson Huling Dorr Johnston Gaines Littlepage Avis Littlepage Reed Wolverton O'Brien Wolverton Hornor Edmiston Rohrbough Bailey Rohrbough Bailey Slack Hutchinson Staton Wise Rahall Jenkins

4th district

Gibson C. Hogg Jackson C. Smith Capehart Miller Freer Hughes Woodyard Hamilton Moss Woodyard Johnson Woodyard Hughes R. Hogg Johnson Ellis Burnside Neal Burnside Neal Hechler Rahall

5th district

Hughes Cooper Goodykoontz Lilly Strother Shott John Kee E. Kee James Kee

6th district

Littlepage Echols Taylor England J. Smith Hedrick Byrd Slack

At-large

Sutherland

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West Virginia's delegation(s) to the 73rd–82nd United States Congress (ordered by seniority)

73rd Senate: H. Hatfield • M. Neely House: J. Smith • L. Hornor • J. Kee • J. Randolph • G. Johnson • R. Ramsay • A. Edmiston Jr.

74th Senate: M. Neely • R. Holt House: J. Smith • J. Kee • J. Randolph • G. Johnson • R. Ramsay • A. Edmiston Jr.

75th Senate: M. Neely • R. Holt House: J. Smith • J. Kee • J. Randolph • G. Johnson • R. Ramsay • A. Edmiston Jr.

76th Senate: M. Neely • R. Holt House: J. Smith • J. Kee • J. Randolph • G. Johnson • A. Edmiston Jr. • A. Schiffler

77th Senate: M. Neely • H. Kilgore • J. Rosier • H. Shott House: J. Smith • J. Kee • J. Randolph • G. Johnson • A. Edmiston Jr. • R. Ramsay

78th Senate: H. Kilgore • C. Revercomb House: J. Smith • J. Kee • J. Randolph • H. Ellis • E. Rohrbough • A. Schiffler

79th Senate: H. Kilgore • C. Revercomb House: J. Kee • J. Randolph • H. Ellis • E. Hedrick • C. Bailey • M. Neely

80th Senate: H. Kilgore • C. Revercomb House: J. Kee • H. Ellis • E. Hedrick • F. Love • M. Snyder • E. Rohrbough

81st Senate: H. Kilgore • M. Neely House: J. Kee • E. Hendrick • H. Staggers Sr. • C. Bailey • R. Ramsay • M. Burnside

82nd Senate: H. Kilgore • M. Neely House: J. Kee • E. Hendrick • H. Staggers Sr. • C. Bailey • R. Ramsay • M. Burnside

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John Kee
John Kee
(August 22, 1874 – May 8, 1951) was a U.S. Democratic politician serving in the United States House of Representatives
United States House of Representatives
from 1933 until his death in Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C.
in 1951.

Contents

1 Biography 2 See also 3 References 4 Sources 5 External links

Biography[edit] He was born in Glenville, West Virginia. He attended Glenville State Normal School and West Virginia
West Virginia
University, where he was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa, and was admitted to the bar in 1897. Kee was a member of the West Virginia Senate
West Virginia Senate
1923–1927 He was elected as a Democrat to the United States House of Representatives
United States House of Representatives
from West Virginia
West Virginia
and served from March 4, 1933 until his death, serving the Fifth Congressional District of West Virginia
West Virginia
in the 73rd through the 82nd U.S. Congress. A confidential 1943 analysis of the House Foreign Affairs Committee by Isaiah Berlin
Isaiah Berlin
for the British Foreign Office
Foreign Office
stated that[1]

Judge Kee has been in the House for ten years, and, while he has voted steadily for all the President's foreign policies, he is not either a forceful, influential or noticeably active member of the committee.

Kee died of a heart attack in Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C.
on May 8, 1951.[2] His wife, Elizabeth Kee, succeeded him as U.S. Representative after winning a special election to replace him. She served until 1965 when she was succeeded by their son, James Kee, who served until 1973 when the 5th district was abolished. See also[edit]

West Virginia
West Virginia
portal

United States Congressional Delegations from West Virginia List of United States Congress
United States Congress
members who died in office (1950–99)

References[edit]

^ Hachey, Thomas E. (Winter 1973–1974). "American Profiles on Capitol Hill: A Confidential Study for the British Foreign Office
Foreign Office
in 1943" (PDF). Wisconsin Magazine of History. 57 (2): 141–153. JSTOR 4634869. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-10-21.  ^ "Rep. John Kee, Glenville Graduate, Dies Suddenly" (PDF). Glenville Mercury. May 15, 1951. 

Sources[edit]

United States Congress. " John Kee
John Kee
(id: K000039)". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.  John Kee
John Kee
at The Political Graveyard Memorial services held in the House of Representatives together with remarks presented in eulogy of John Kee, late a representative from West Virginia

External links[edit]

John Kee
John Kee
at Find a Grave

U.S. House of Representatives

Preceded by Hugh Ike Shott Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from West Virginia's 5th congressional district 1933–1951 Succeeded by Elizabeth Kee

Political offices

Preceded by Sol Bloom Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee 1949 – 1951 Succeeded by James P. Richards

v t e

Chairmen of the United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs

Russell Forsyth Everett Archer Wayne Mason Howard Pickens Cushing Adams Ingersoll T. Smith McClernand Bayly Pennington Clingman Hopkins Corwin Crittenden Davis Banks Myers Orth Swann Cox Williams Curtin Belmont McCreary Hitt Blount McCreary Hitt Cousins Perkins Foster Sulzer C. Smith Flood Porter Temple Linthicum McReynolds Bloom Eaton Bloom Kee Richards Chiperfield Richards Gordon Morgan Zablocki Fascell Hamilton Gilman Hyde Lantos Berman Ros-Lehtinen Royce

v t e

Members of the U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. House of Representatives
from West Virginia

1st district

Blair C. Hubbard Duval J. J. Davis B. Wilson Goff Pendleton Atkinson Pendleton Dovener W. Hubbard J. W. Davis Neely Rosenbloom Bachmann Ramsay Schiffler Ramsay Schiffler Neely Love Ramsay R. Mollohan Moore R. Mollohan A. Mollohan McKinley

2nd district

Brown, Sr. Latham Kitchen McGrew Hagans Faulkner Martin Hoge W. Wilson Dayton T. Davis Sturgiss Brown Jr. Bowers Allen Bowman Randolph M. Snyder Staggers, Sr. Benedict Staggers Jr. Wise Capito Mooney

3rd district

Whaley Polsley Witcher Hereford Kenna C. Snyder Alderson Huling Dorr Johnston Gaines Littlepage Avis Littlepage Reed Wolverton O'Brien Wolverton Hornor Edmiston Rohrbough Bailey Rohrbough Bailey Slack Hutchinson Staton Wise Rahall Jenkins

4th district

Gibson C. Hogg Jackson C. Smith Capehart Miller Freer Hughes Woodyard Hamilton Moss Woodyard Johnson Woodyard Hughes R. Hogg Johnson Ellis Burnside Neal Burnside Neal Hechler Rahall

5th district

Hughes Cooper Goodykoontz Lilly Strother Shott John Kee E. Kee James Kee

6th district

Littlepage Echols Taylor England J. Smith Hedrick Byrd Slack

At-large

Sutherland

v t e

West Virginia's delegation(s) to the 73rd–82nd United States Congress (ordered by seniority)

73rd Senate: H. Hatfield • M. Neely House: J. Smith • L. Hornor • J. Kee • J. Randolph • G. Johnson • R. Ramsay • A. Edmiston Jr.

74th Senate: M. Neely • R. Holt House: J. Smith • J. Kee • J. Randolph • G. Johnson • R. Ramsay • A. Edmiston Jr.

75th Senate: M. Neely • R. Holt House: J. Smith • J. Kee • J. Randolph • G. Johnson • R. Ramsay • A. Edmiston Jr.

76th Senate: M. Neely • R. Holt House: J. Smith • J. Kee • J. Randolph • G. Johnson • A. Edmiston Jr. • A. Schiffler

77th Senate: M. Neely • H. Kilgore • J. Rosier • H. Shott House: J. Smith • J. Kee • J. Randolph • G. Johnson • A. Edmiston Jr. • R. Ramsay

78th Senate: H. Kilgore • C. Revercomb House: J. Smith • J. Kee • J. Randolph • H. Ellis • E. Rohrbough • A. Schiffler

79th Senate: H. Kilgore • C. Revercomb House: J. Kee • J. Randolph • H. Ellis • E. Hedrick • C. Bailey • M. Neely

80th Senate: H. Kilgore • C. Revercomb House: J. Kee • H. Ellis • E. Hedrick • F. Love • M. Snyder • E. Rohrbough

81st Senate: H. Kilgore • M. Neely House: J. Kee • E. Hendrick • H. Staggers Sr. • C. Bailey • R. Ramsay • M. Burnside

82nd Senate: H. Kilgore • M. Neely House: J. Kee • E. Hendrick • H. Staggers Sr. • C. Bailey • R. Ramsay • M. Burnside

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John Kee
John Kee
(August 22, 1874 – May 8, 1951) was a U.S. Democratic politician serving in the United States House of Representatives
United States House of Representatives
from 1933 until his death in Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C.
in 1951.

Contents

1 Biography 2 See also 3 References 4 Sources 5 External links

Biography[edit] He was born in Glenville, West Virginia. He attended Glenville State Normal School and West Virginia
West Virginia
University, where he was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa, and was admitted to the bar in 1897. Kee was a member of the West Virginia Senate
West Virginia Senate
1923–1927 He was elected as a Democrat to the United States House of Representatives
United States House of Representatives
from West Virginia
West Virginia
and served from March 4, 1933 until his death, serving the Fifth Congressional District of West Virginia
West Virginia
in the 73rd through the 82nd U.S. Congress. A confidential 1943 analysis of the House Foreign Affairs Committee by Isaiah Berlin
Isaiah Berlin
for the British Foreign Office
Foreign Office
stated that[1]

Judge Kee has been in the House for ten years, and, while he has voted steadily for all the President's foreign policies, he is not either a forceful, influential or noticeably active member of the committee.

Kee died of a heart attack in Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C.
on May 8, 1951.[2] His wife, Elizabeth Kee, succeeded him as U.S. Representative after winning a special election to replace him. She served until 1965 when she was succeeded by their son, James Kee, who served until 1973 when the 5th district was abolished. See also[edit]

West Virginia
West Virginia
portal

United States Congressional Delegations from West Virginia List of United States Congress
United States Congress
members who died in office (1950–99)

References[edit]

^ Hachey, Thomas E. (Winter 1973–1974). "American Profiles on Capitol Hill: A Confidential Study for the British Foreign Office
Foreign Office
in 1943" (PDF). Wisconsin Magazine of History. 57 (2): 141–153. JSTOR 4634869. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-10-21.  ^ "Rep. John Kee, Glenville Graduate, Dies Suddenly" (PDF). Glenville Mercury. May 15, 1951. 

Sources[edit]

United States Congress. " John Kee
John Kee
(id: K000039)". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.  John Kee
John Kee
at The Political Graveyard Memorial services held in the House of Representatives together with remarks presented in eulogy of John Kee, late a representative from West Virginia

External links[edit]

John Kee
John Kee
at Find a Grave

U.S. House of Representatives

Preceded by Hugh Ike Shott Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from West Virginia's 5th congressional district 1933–1951 Succeeded by Elizabeth Kee

Political offices

Preceded by Sol Bloom Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee 1949 – 1951 Succeeded by James P. Richards

v t e

Chairmen of the United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs

Russell Forsyth Everett Archer Wayne Mason Howard Pickens Cushing Adams Ingersoll T. Smith McClernand Bayly Pennington Clingman Hopkins Corwin Crittenden Davis Banks Myers Orth Swann Cox Williams Curtin Belmont McCreary Hitt Blount McCreary Hitt Cousins Perkins Foster Sulzer C. Smith Flood Porter Temple Linthicum McReynolds Bloom Eaton Bloom Kee Richards Chiperfield Richards Gordon Morgan Zablocki Fascell Hamilton Gilman Hyde Lantos Berman Ros-Lehtinen Royce

v t e

Members of the U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. House of Representatives
from West Virginia

1st district

Blair C. Hubbard Duval J. J. Davis B. Wilson Goff Pendleton Atkinson Pendleton Dovener W. Hubbard J. W. Davis Neely Rosenbloom Bachmann Ramsay Schiffler Ramsay Schiffler Neely Love Ramsay R. Mollohan Moore R. Mollohan A. Mollohan McKinley

2nd district

Brown, Sr. Latham Kitchen McGrew Hagans Faulkner Martin Hoge W. Wilson Dayton T. Davis Sturgiss Brown Jr. Bowers Allen Bowman Randolph M. Snyder Staggers, Sr. Benedict Staggers Jr. Wise Capito Mooney

3rd district

Whaley Polsley Witcher Hereford Kenna C. Snyder Alderson Huling Dorr Johnston Gaines Littlepage Avis Littlepage Reed Wolverton O'Brien Wolverton Hornor Edmiston Rohrbough Bailey Rohrbough Bailey Slack Hutchinson Staton Wise Rahall Jenkins

4th district

Gibson C. Hogg Jackson C. Smith Capehart Miller Freer Hughes Woodyard Hamilton Moss Woodyard Johnson Woodyard Hughes R. Hogg Johnson Ellis Burnside Neal Burnside Neal Hechler Rahall

5th district

Hughes Cooper Goodykoontz Lilly Strother Shott John Kee E. Kee James Kee

6th district

Littlepage Echols Taylor England J. Smith Hedrick Byrd Slack

At-large

Sutherland

v t e

West Virginia's delegation(s) to the 73rd–82nd United States Congress (ordered by seniority)

73rd Senate: H. Hatfield • M. Neely House: J. Smith • L. Hornor • J. Kee • J. Randolph • G. Johnson • R. Ramsay • A. Edmiston Jr.

74th Senate: M. Neely • R. Holt House: J. Smith • J. Kee • J. Randolph • G. Johnson • R. Ramsay • A. Edmiston Jr.

75th Senate: M. Neely • R. Holt House: J. Smith • J. Kee • J. Randolph • G. Johnson • R. Ramsay • A. Edmiston Jr.

76th Senate: M. Neely • R. Holt House: J. Smith • J. Kee • J. Randolph • G. Johnson • A. Edmiston Jr. • A. Schiffler

77th Senate: M. Neely • H. Kilgore • J. Rosier • H. Shott House: J. Smith • J. Kee • J. Randolph • G. Johnson • A. Edmiston Jr. • R. Ramsay

78th Senate: H. Kilgore • C. Revercomb House: J. Smith • J. Kee • J. Randolph • H. Ellis • E. Rohrbough • A. Schiffler

79th Senate: H. Kilgore • C. Revercomb House: J. Kee • J. Randolph • H. Ellis • E. Hedrick • C. Bailey • M. Neely

80th Senate: H. Kilgore • C. Revercomb House: J. Kee • H. Ellis • E. Hedrick • F. Love • M. Snyder • E. Rohrbough

81st Senate: H. Kilgore • M. Neely House: J. Kee • E. Hendrick • H. Staggers Sr. • C. Bailey • R. Ramsay • M. Burnside

82nd Senate: H. Kilgore • M. Neely House: J. Kee • E. Hendrick • H. Staggers Sr. • C. Bailey • R. Ramsay • M. Burnside

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