North Carolina in the 1800s

North Carolina State House of Commons

1850-1851
This General Assembly met from November 18, 1850 to January 29, 1851.

County

 Number of
Delegates Authorized

Delegate(s)

Anson

2

Atlas Jones Dargan, Benjamin I. Dunlap

Ashe

1

Alexander B. McMillan

Beaufort

2

Jesse R. Stubbs, William H. Tripp

Bertie

2

Joseph B. Cherry, Patrick H. Winston

Bladen

1

Thomas S.D. McDowell

Brunswick

1

John H. Hill

Buncombe

2

Marcus Erwin, James Sharpe

Burke

2

William W. Avery, T. George Walton

Cabarrus

2

Joseph W. Scott, John Shimpock

Caldwell

1

John Hayes

Camden

1

Caleb Barco

Carteret

1

Jennings Piggott

Caswell

2

Samuel P. Hill, David S. Johnson

Catawba

1

Unknown / Vacant

Chatham

3

G.M. Brazier, Richard Carney Cotten, Daniel Hackney

Cherokee

1

George W. Hays

Chowan

1

William E. Bond

Cleveland

1

G.G. Holland

Columbus 

1

John A. Maultsby

Craven

2

George S. Stevenson, Alonzo T. Jerkins

Cumberland

2

George W. Pegram, James C. Dobbin*

Currituck

1

Samuel B. Jarvis

Davidson

2

James M. Leach, Alfred G. Forster

Davie

1

Stephen Douthitt

Duplin

2

Isaac B. Kelly, N.P. Matthis

Edgecombe

2

Joshua Barnes, Kenneth Thigpen

Franklin

2

William K. Martin, Josiah Bridgers

Gates

1

Mills H. Eure

Granville

3

James S. Amis, Lewis Parham, William R. Wiggins

Greene

1

Benjamin F. Williams

Guilford

3

David F. Caldwell, Peter Adams, Calvin Henderson Wiley

Halifax

2

Dudley C. Clanton, William B. Pope

Haywood

1

Robert G.A. Love

Henderson

1

Henry T. Farmer

Hertford

1

Kenneth Rayner

Hyde

1

Erasmus H. Sanderson

Iredell

3

E. Mansfield Campbell, Joseph M. Bogle, G.G. McKay

Johnston

2

Andrew J. Leach, Linn B. Sanders

Jones

1

F.G. Simmons

Lenoir

1

William Sutton

Lincoln

4

Franklin D. Reinhardt, Samuel N. Stowe, Richard Rankin, Henderson Sherrill

Macon

1

David W. Siler

Martin

1

William L. Mizell

Mecklenburg

3

James J. Williams, E. Constantine Davidson, John K. Harrison

Montgomery

1

Zebedee Russell

Moore

1

Samuel J. Person

Nash

1

Ford Taylor

New Hanover

2

William Hill, John D. Powers

Northampton

2

Thomas J. Person, David A. Barnes

Onslow

1

Edward W. Fonville

Orange

4

Cadwallader Jones, Jr., Bartlett A. Durham, Daniel A. Montgomery, George Patterson

Pasquotank

1

George D. Pool

Perquimans

1

Thomas Wilson

Person

1

C.S. Winstead

Pitt

2

William J. Blow, Marshall Dickinson

Randolph 

2

J.M.A. Drake, Jesse Thornburg

Richmond

1

Walter L. Steele

Robeson

2

Neal McNeill, William McNeill

Rockingham

2

Horatio Kallam, Thomas Ruffin, Jr.

Rowan

2

A.H. Caldwell, O.G. Foard

Rutherford

2

Jesse B. Sloan, Calvin J. Webb

Sampson

2

Amos Herring, John L. Boykin

Stanly

1

Francis Locke

Stokes

3

Allen Flynt, Henry Marshall, Jesse A. Waugh

Surry

3

James Sheek, Joseph Cockerham, J.R. McLean

Tyrrell

1

Joseph McCleese

Wake

3

James D. Newsom, Burwell Rollins, Romulus M. Saunders

Warren 

2

Francis A. Thornton, William Eaton, Jr.

Washington

1

Uriah W. Swanner

Wayne

2

Curtis H. Brogden, John V. Sherard

Wilkes

2

Alfred M. Forster, James B. Gordon

Yancey

1

Samuel Fleming
* James C. Dobbin was elected Speaker of the House of Commons. Perrin Busbee was Clerk.
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