|Name||County||Politics||Elected or Appointed|
|Aquilla B. Caldwell||Ohio||Republican||1863|
|Ephraim B. Hall||Marion||Republican||1864|
|2Aquilla B. Caldwell||Ohio||Republican||1869|
|Henry Mason Mathews||Greenbrier||Democrat||1872|
|Cornelius C. Watts||Kanawha||Democrat||1880|
|Thomas S. Riley||Ohio||Democrat||1892|
|Edgar P. Rucker||McDowell||Republican||1896|
|Romeo H. Freer||Ritchie||Republican||1900|
|Clark W. May||Lincoln||Republican||1904|
|3William G. Conley||Preston||Republican||1908|
|A. A. Lilly||Raleigh||Republican||1912|
|E. T. England||Logan||Republican||1916|
|E. T. England||Logan||Republican||1920|
|Howard B. Lee||Mercer||Republican||1924|
|Howard B. Lee||Mercer||Republican||1928|
|Homer A. Holt||Fayette||Democrat||1932|
|Clarence W. Meadows||Raleigh||Democrat||1936|
|Clarence W. Meadows||Raleigh||Democrat||1940|
|4William S. Wysong||Webster||Democrat||1942|
|5James Kay Thomas||Kanawha||Democrat||1942|
|Ira J. Partlow||McDowell||Democrat||1944|
|Ira J. Partlow||McDowell||Democrat||1948|
|6William C. Marland||Wyoming||Democrat||1952|
|7Chauncey H. Browning, Sr.||Logan||Democrat||1952|
|John G. Fox||Fayette||Democrat||1952|
|W. W. Barron||Randolph||Democrat||1956|
|C. Donald Robertson||Harrison||Democrat||1960|
|C. Donald Robertson||Harrison||Democrat||1964|
|Chauncey H. Browning, Jr.||Logan||Democrat||1968|
|Chauncey H. Browning, Jr.||Logan||Democrat||1972|
|Chauncey H. Browning, Jr.||Logan||Democrat||1976|
|Chauncey H. Browning, Jr.||Logan||Democrat||1980|
|8Roger W. Tompkins||Kanawha||Democrat||1989|
|Darrell V. McGraw, Jr.||Wyoming||Democrat||1992|
|Darrell V. McGraw, Jr.||Wyoming||Democrat||1996|
|Darrell V. McGraw, Jr.||Wyoming||Democrat||2000|
|Darrell V. McGraw, Jr.||Wyoming||Democrat||2004|
|Darrell V. McGraw, Jr.||Wyoming||Democrat||2008|
1Appointed to fill vacancy caused by the resignation
of Ephriam B. Hall, December 31, 1865; served until December 31,
2Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thayer Melvin, July 1, 1869.
3Appointed by Governor, May 9, 1908 to fill vacancy caused by the death of Clark W. May, deceased, and for regular term beginning March 4, 1909.
4Appointed by Governor Neely, May 25, 1942 to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Clarence W. Meadows.
5Elected in 1942 to serve remainder of unexpired term of Clarence W. Meadows, resigned.
6Appointed December 1, 1949 to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Ira Partlow. Elected 1950 for unexpired term.
7Appointed February 1, 1952, succeeding William C. Marland who resigned to run for Governor; served until August 16, 1952.
8Appointed to fill vacancy created by the resignation of Charlie Brown. Took office on September 5, 1989.