|Name & (party)||Term||County||Born||Died|
|1. William Henry Ashley (D)||1820-24||St. Louis||1785||3/26/1839|
|2. Benjamin Harrison Reeves (D)1||1824-28||Howard||N/A||4/16/1849|
|3. Daniel Dunklin (D)||1828-32||Washington||1/14/1790||8/25/1844|
|4. Lilburn W. Boggs (D)2||1832-36||Jackson||12/14/1792||3/14/1860|
|5. Franklin Cannon (D)||1836-40||Cape Girardeau||3/12/1794||6/13/1863|
|6. Meredith Miles Marmaduke (D)3||1840-44||Saline||8/28/1791||3/26/1864|
|7. James Young (D)||1844-48||Lafayette||5/11/1800||1/9/1866|
|8. Thomas Lawson Price||1848-52||Cole||1/19/1809||7/15/1870|
|9. Wilson Brown (D)||1853-57||Cape Girardeau||8/27/1804||8/27/1855|
|10. Hancock Lee Jackson (D)4||1857-61||Randolph||5/12/1796||3/19/1876|
|11. Thomas Caute Reynolds||1860-61||St. Louis||10/11/1821||3/30/1887|
|12. William Willard Preble Hall (U)5,6||1861-64||Buchanan||5/9/1820||11/31/1882|
|13. George Smith (R)||1865-69||Caldwell||2/2/1809||7/14/1881|
|14. Edwin Obed Standard (R)||1869-71||St. Louis||1/5/1832||3/12/1914|
|15. Joseph Jackson Gravelly (Liberal)7||1871-73||Cedar||9/25/1828||4/28/1872|
|16. Charles Phillip Johnson (Liberal)||1873-75||St. Louis||1/8/1836||5/21/1920|
|17. Norman J. Colman (D)||1875-77||St. Louis||3/16/1827||11/3/1911|
|18. Henry Clay Brockmeyer (D)||1877-81||St. Louis City||8/12/1828||7/26/1906|
|19. Robert Alexander Campbell (D)||1881-85||St. Louis City||9/2/1832||4/2/1926|
|20. Albert Pickett Morehouse (D)8||1885-89||Nodaway||7/11/1835||9/23/1891|
|21. Stephen Hugh Claycomb (D)||1889-93||Jasper||8/11/1847||6/6/1930|
|22. John Baptiste O’Meara (D)||1893-97||St. Louis City||6/24/1852||7/22/1926|
|23. August Henry Bolte (D)||1897-1901||Franklin||9/3/1854||6/24/1920|
|24. John Adams Lee (D)||1901-03||St. Louis City||6/28/1851||10/10/1928|
|25. Thomas Lewis Rubey (D)9||1903-04||Laclede||N/A||9/2/1928|
|26. John C. McKinley (R)||1905-09||Putnam||11/20/1859||5/1/1927|
|27. Jacob Friedrich Gmelich (R)||1909-13||Cooper||7/23/1839||2/21/1914|
|28. William Rock Painter (D)||1913-17||Carroll||8/27/1863||7/1/1947|
|29. Wallace Crossley (D)||1917-21||Johnson||10/4/1874||12/13/1943|
|30. Hiram Lloyd (R)||1921-25||St. Louis||7/27/1875||9/10/1942|
|31. Phillip Allen Bennett (R)||1925-29||Dallas||3/5/1881||12/7/1942|
|32. Edward Henry Winter (R)||1929-33||Cole||4/5/1879||6/29/1941|
|33. Frank Gaines Harris (D)||1933-45||Boone||4/25/1871||12/30/1944|
|34. Walter Naylor Davis (D)10||1945-49||St. Louis||11/29/1876||9/16/1951|
|35. James T. Blair Jr. (D)||1949-57||Cole||3/15/1902||7/12/1962|
|36. Edward V. Long (D)11||1957-61||Pike||7/18/1908||11/6/1972|
|37. Hilary A. Bush (D)||1961-65||Jackson||6/21/1905||5/11/1966|
|38. Thomas F. Eagleton (D)||1965-69||St. Louis||9/4/1929||3/4/2007|
|39. William S. Morris (D)||1969-73||Jackson||11/8/1919||3/4/1975|
|40. William C. Phelps (R)||1973-81||Jackson||4/5/1934|
|41. Kenneth J. Rothman (D)||1981-85||St. Louis||10/11/1935|
|42. Harriett Woods (D)||1985-89||St. Louis||6/2/1927||2/8/2007|
|43. Mel Carnahan (D)||1989-93||Phelps||2/11/34||10/16/2000|
|44. Roger B. Wilson (D)12||1993-2000||Boone||10/10/1948|
|45. Joe Maxwell (D)13||2000-05||Audrain||3/17/1957|
|46. Peter Kinder (R)||2005-2017||Cape Girardeau||5/12/1954|
|46. Michael Parson (R)||2017-||Polk||9/17/1955|
1Reeves resigned in July 1825; the office was vacant until the inauguration of Daniel Dunklin.
2Boggs became governor when Dunklin resigned in 1836.
3Marmaduke served as governor for nine months after the death of Reynolds in 1844.
4Lt. Governor Wilson Brown died in office in August 1855. The office was vacant until Hancock Lee Jackson was elected in August 1856. Jackson served as governor from February through October 1857, after the resignation of trusten Polk. After Robert Stewart’s Inauguration, Jackson resumed his lieutenant governor duties.
5The office of lieutenant governor, held by Thomas Caute Reynolds, was declared vacant by the Missouri State convention. Willard Preble Hall was elected provisional governor by the convention on July 31, 1861.
6Hall succeeded to the governorship following the death of Gamble in July 1864.
7Gravelly died in office in April 1872; theoffice remained vacant until the November 1872 general election.
8Morehouse succeeded to the governorship following the death of Marmaduke in 1887; his office remained vacant until the inauguration of Claycomb.
9Lee resigned the lieutenant governor’s office in 1903; Senate President Pro Tempore Thomas L. rubey assumed the duties of the office until the inauguration of McKinley.
10Harris died in office in December 1944; the office remained vacant until the newly-elected Walter N. Davis took the oath in January 1945.
11Long appointed to a vacant United States Senate seat in September 1960.
12Wilson succeeded to the office of governor in October 2000 upon the death of Governor Mel Carnahan.
13Lieutenant Governor-Elect Joe Maxwell was appointed to the vacant office to serve until his inauguration in January 2001.