Roy H. Thorpe (Born 1874- d. 1951) was a Nebraska Republican politician.
He was born near Greensburg, Indiana on December 13, 1874 and graduated from Greensburg High School. He studied pharmacy, medicine, and law and become an evangelist. He was known as The boy tramp orator of 1896. He worked as a salesman in Du Quoin, Illinois from 1897 to 1904 and in Shenandoah, Iowa, from 1905 to 1919.
He moved to Lincoln, Nebraska, still working as a salesman in 1919. On November 7, 1922 he was elected to the Sixty-seventh United States Congress to fill the seat left open by C. Frank Reavis who resigned to become a special war fraud prosecutor. He didn't run for reelection in 1922, but tried unsuccessfully in 1924 for the Sixty-ninth United States Congress. He traveled as a sales organizer and later engaged in the insurance business. He died in Lincoln on September 19, 1951 and is interned in Wyuka Cemetery.
Preceded by: C. Frank Reavis (R) Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Nebraska's 1st congressional district November 7, 1922 - March 3, 1923 Succeeded by: John H. Morehead (D)