North Carolina in the 1800s

North Carolina State House of Representatives

1889
This General Assembly met from January 9th to March 11th in 1889.

County

Number of
Delegates Authorized

Delegate(s)

Alamance

1

Robert Walter Scott

Alexander

1

Robert P. Matheson

Alleghany

1

Rufus A. Doughton

Anson

1

John J. Dunlap

Ashe

1

Riley Blevins

Beaufort

1

John S. Marsh

Bertie

1

Edward R. Outlaw

Bladen

1

C.C. Lyon

Brunswick

1

Rufus Galloway

Buncombe

2

James S.T. Baird, Melvin E. Carter

Burke

1

Julius H. Hoffman

Cabarrus

1

Charles McDonald

Caldwell

1

William C. Newland

Camden

1

E.M. DeFord

Carteret

1

A.H. Chadwick

Caswell

1

Wilson Cary (1)

Catawba

1

A.M. Huitt

Chatham

2

S.G. Wilson, John M. Edwards

Cherokee

1

William R. Trull

Chowan

1

Henry A. Bond, Jr.

Clay

1

J.S. Bell

Cleveland

1

W.C. Hamrick

Columbus 

1

John J. Long

Craven

1

John E. Hussey (1)

Cumberland

2

Thomas H. Sutton, Archibald D. McGill

Currituck

1

Pierce Hampton

Dare

1

S.M.S. Rolinson

Davidson

2

S.W. Wall, Zeb V. Walser

Davie

1

John A. Hendricks

Duplin

1

John R. Miller, Sr.

Durham

1

John T. Nichols

Edgecombe

2

Edward Bridges, Daniel R.H. Justice

Forsyth

1

John F. Reynolds

Franklin

2

John T. Clifton, Charles M. Cooke

Gaston

1

Robert A. White

Gates

1

Martin Kellogg

Graham

1

Reuben Carver

Granville

2

H.G. Tilley, Rufus Amis

Greene

1

Noah H. Beaman

Guilford

2

Ogden A. Starbuck, James R. Woods

Halifax

2

W.H. Anthony, Thomas H. Taylor

Harnett

1

William Pearson

Haywood

1

W.H. Harvgrove

Henderson

1

John G. Grant

Hertford

1

James L. Anderson

Hyde

1

Metrah Makely

Iredell

2

Augustus Leazar*, John B. Holman

Jackson

1

W.A. Dills

Johnston

2

Josephus Johnson, B.A. Wellons

Jones

1

E.M. Foscue

Lenoir

1

Shade I. Wooten

Lincoln

1

William Alexander Hoke

Macon

1

George A. Jones

Madison

1

D.F. Lawson

Martin

1

J.B Coffield

McDowell

1

William M. Blanton

Mecklenburg

3

James C. Long, N. Gibbon, J. Watt Hood

Mitchell

1

Luke M. Banner

Montgomery

1

J.F. Crowder

Moore

1

M.J. Blue

Nash

1

J.B. Phillips

New Hanover

2

John Holloway, Valentine Howe

Northampton

2

Edward R. Rawls, A.R. Jacobs

Onslow

1

T.E. Gilman

Orange

1

Thomas M. Cheek

Pamlico

1

R.D. McCotter

Pasquotank

1

E.J. Barco

Pender

1

Robert C. Johnson

Perquimans

1

John D. Parker

Person

1

J.T. Yancey

Pitt

2

M.C.S. Cherry, George B. King

Polk

1

Grayson Arledge

Randolph 

2

Benjamin Millikan, I.H. Pugh

Richmond

1

T.J. Wooten

Robeson

2

T.D. Regan, T.M. Watson

Rockingham

2

Thomas W. Hopkins, G.T. Walker

Rowan

1

J.S. McCubbins

Rutherford

1

T.J. Wilkins

Sampson

2

W.E. Stevens, William B. Murphy

Stanly

1

W.K. Littleton

Stokes

1

James A. Leak

Surry

1

L.G. Waugh

Swain

1

J.A. Franks

Transylvania

1

T.N. Cooper

Tyrrell

1

David Alexander

Union

1

James A. Marsh

Vance

1

James M. Watson

Wake

4

James A. Temple, L.D. Baucom, Eugene C. Beddingfield, W.H. Bennett,

Warren 

1

R.C. Ward

Washington

1

J.N. Snell

Watauga

1

J.A. Crisp

Wayne

2

Matthew J. Ham, John R. Overman, Jr.

Wilkes

1

Edward O. Mastin

Wilson

1

Nathan Bass

Yadkin

1

M.H. Vestal

Yancey

1

W.P. Whittington
* Augustus Leazar was elected Speaker of the House of Representatives. Thomas B. Womack was Clerk.
(1) A black man.
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