North Carolina in the 1800s

North Carolina State House of Commons

1852
This General Assembly met from October 4, 1852 to December 27, 1852.

County

 Number of
Delegates Authorized

Delegate(s)

Anson

2

Atlas Jones Dargan, Cary Tolson

Ashe

1

Benjamin C. Calloway

Beaufort

2

Jesse R. Stubbs, William H. Tripp

Bertie

2

Joseph B. Cherry, S.B. Spruill

Bladen

1

J.G. McDugald

Brunswick

1

Henry H. Waters

Buncombe

2

John A. Fagg, James Lowrie

Burke

2

William W. Avery, John S. Erwin

Cabarrus

2

John Shimpock, William S. Harris

Caldwell

1

Elisha P. Miller

Camden

1

Caleb Barco

Carteret

1

David W. Whitehurst

Caswell

2

Samuel P. Hill, William Long

Catawba

1

Unknown / Vacant

Chatham

3

Richard Carney Cotten, Turner Bynum, J.F. Reeves

Cherokee

1

Charles M. Stiles

Chowan

1

Hugh W. Collins

Cleveland

1

A.W. Burton

Columbus 

1

Forney George

Craven

2

Richard A. Russell, C.B. Wood

Cumberland

2

George W. Pegram, James C. Dobbin

Currituck

1

Samuel B. Jarvis

Davidson

2

James M. Leach, W. Harris

Davie

1

Burgess S. Gaither

Duplin

2

W.E. Hill, David Reid

Edgecombe

2

W. Ellis, William Norfleet

Franklin

2

William K. Martin, Philemon B. Hawkins

Gates

1

Mills H. Eure

Granville

3

James S. Amis, William H. Lyon, Willie Perry

Greene

1

Benjamin F. Williams

Guilford

3

David F. Caldwell, Calvin Henderson Wiley, Calvin Johnston

Halifax

2

James D. Perkins, Richard H. Smith

Haywood

1

Robert G.A. Love

Henderson

1

John D. Baxter*

Hertford

1

W.L. Daniel

Hyde

1

R.J. Wynne

Iredell

3

J.R.B. Adams, V. Teague, William Turner

Johnston

2

S. Goodwin, Willis H. Sanders

Jones

1

William P. Ward

Lenoir

1

William Sutton

Lincoln

4

Henderson Sherrill, James A. Caldwell, William Lander, John H. Wheeler

Macon

1

Stephen Munday

Martin

1

A.S. Moring

Mecklenburg

3

William Black, James A. Dunn, John Ingram

Montgomery

1

Z.V. Simmons

Moore

1

William Barrett

Nash

1

John W. Bryant

New Hanover

2

J.A. Corbett, Robert Strange

Northampton

2

John B. Bynum, B.F. Lockhart

Onslow

1

Edward W. Fonville

Orange

4

Bartlett A. Durham, J.T. Lyon, Samuel F. Phillips, Josiah Turner, Jr.

Pasquotank

1

George Brooks

Perquimans

1

Jonathan Albertson

Person

1

James Holeman

Pitt

2

William J. Blow, John L. Foreman

Randolph 

2

William J. Long, Jesse Thornburg

Richmond

1

Daniel C. McIntyre

Robeson

2

William McNeill, Jacob Alford

Rockingham

2

Alfred Reid, Alfred M. Scales

Rowan

2

Levi Trexler, William A. Walton

Rutherford

2

Calvin J. Webb, Ladson A. Mills

Sampson

2

Amos Herring, A.B. Chestnut

Stanly

1

John Furr

Stokes

3

Henry Marshall, Jesse A. Waugh, J.E. Matthews

Surry

3

Joseph H. Dobson, James Gwynn, Richard C. Puryear

Tyrrell

1

Jordan L. Jones

Wake

3

Romulus M. Saunders, W.A. Allen, Gaston H. Wilder

Warren 

2

Thomas Christmas, Samuel A. Williams

Washington

1

Charles Phelps

Wayne

2

William T. Dortch, Ethelred Sauls

Wilkes

2

Leander B. Carmichael, C.L. Cook

Yancey

1

Cornelius R. Byrd
* John Baxter was elected Speaker of the House of Commons. Stephen D. Pool was Clerk.
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