The Lee-Hamblin family is a political family rooted in the American West. It is intertwined closely with the Udall family, and most, though not all the notable Lees are also Udall descendants. John D. Lee is also a direct descendent of Richard Lee II of the Lee family of Virginia.
J. David Lee 1851-1922, a son of John D. Lee, had two wives. His famous descendants all come through his second wife Inez Hamblin, who was a daughter of Jacob Hamblin. Together they have the unique distinction of having four great-grandchildren as U.S. Senators from 4 different U.S. States.
- Morris K. Udall, U.S. Representative for Arizona and 1976 U.S. Presidential candidate
- Stewart Udall, U.S. Representative for Arizona and U.S. Secretary of the Interior
- Rex E. Lee, U.S. Solicitor General
- Mike Lee, U.S. Senator for Utah
- Thomas R. Lee, Associate Justice, Utah Supreme Court
- Gordon H. Smith, U.S. Senator for Oregon
- Mark Udall, U.S. Senator for Colorado
- Tom Udall, U.S. Senator for New Mexico
- Milan Smith, Jr., Federal Judge, U.S. 9th Circuit
- Some Descendants of JOHN DOYLE LEE Compiled by Lorraine (Richardson) Manderscheid, Published in 2000
- Politicalgraveyard.com "Udall family of Arizona"
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