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What’s the Most Common Name in the U.S. Senate?

In early 2011, the blog Smart Politics analyzed the first names of all the U.S. Senators elected or appointed within the last 100 years.

In total, there were 884 senators and 313 names.

The most common names were these:

  1. John (including Jon, Jonathan, and Johnny) – total of 65 senators (7.4%)
  2. William (including Bill) – 50 (5.7%)
  3. James (including Jim) – 44 (5.0%)
  4. Robert (including Bob and Rob) – 34 (3.9%)
  5. Thomas (including Tom) – 29 (3.3%)
  6. George – 25 (2.8%)
  7. Charles (including Chuck) – 22 (2.5%)
  8. Joseph (including Joe) – 21 (2.4%)
  9. Frank – 17 (1.9%)
  10. Richard (including Rick and Dick) – 16 (1.8%)

Some of the unique names were Spessard, Furnifold, Zales, Xenophon, Olympia, Orrin, Rand, Saxby, Sherrod and Barack.

Names that have become popular recently in the Senate include Mark and Mike/Michael.

Source: What’s in a Name? From Abraham to Zell, 100 Years of U.S. Senators

Unusual Real Names – Grlenntys, Icie, Rensis, Schelto

A dozen peculiar names:

  • Anthony Philip David Terry Frank Donald Stanley Gerry Gordon Stephen James Oatway (b. 1973) – retired English footballer who goes by the name “Charlie.” Each given name corresponds to a player on the 1972-1973 Queens Park Rangers team.
  • Collingwood Schreiber (1831-1918) – Canadian surveyor and engineer.
  • Delarivier Manley (d. 1724) – English novelist.
  • Grlenntys Chief Kickingstallionsims (b. 1986) – Alabama State University basketball player.
  • Hawthorne Wingo – New York Knicks player during the 1970s. (Discovered this one in a Beastie Boys song, of all places.)
  • Icie Macy Hoobler (1892-1984) – American physiologist and biochemist.
  • Manton Marble (1834-1917) – editor of the New York World.
  • Pomeroy Tucker (1802-1870) – American journalist.
  • Quett Ketumile Joni Masire (b. 1925) – second president of Botswana.
  • Rensis Likert (1903–1981) – American organizational psychologist.
  • Schelto Patijn (1936-2007) – Dutch politician.
  • Xenophon Pierce Wilfley (1871-1931) – U.S. senator from Missouri.

Which one do you like the most?