North Carolina in the 1800s

North Carolina State House of Representatives

1891
This General Assembly met from January 7th to March 9th in 1891.

County

Number of
Delegates Authorized

Delegate(s)

Alamance

1

Robert Walter Scott

Alexander

1

T.F. Murdock

Alleghany

1

Rufus A. Doughton*

Anson

1

W.M. Pickett

Ashe

1

H.G. Phipps

Beaufort

1

J.R. Galloway

Bertie

1

M.L. Wood

Bladen

1

M. McI. Tatom

Brunswick

1

E. Hickman

Buncombe

2

J.P. Lowery, M.L. Reed

Burke

1

C. Houch

Cabarrus

1

A.F. Hileman

Caldwell

1

Samuel L. Patterson

Camden

1

W.P. Walston

Carteret

1

Charles M. Edwards

Caswell

1

Robert L. Walker

Catawba

1

S.T. Wilfong

Chatham

2

J.M. Foust, A.H. Perry

Cherokee

1

J.M. Cobb

Chowan

1

Henry A. Bond, Jr.

Clay

1

W.H. McClure

Cleveland

1

E.D. Dickson

Columbus 

1

John J. Long

Craven

1

John Chapman

Cumberland

2

Thomas H. Sutton, Archibald D. McGill

Currituck

1

John J. Morse

Dare

1

P.C. Daniels

Davidson

2

W.A. Beck, J.A. Hedrick

Davie

1

John A. Hendricks

Duplin

1

D.J. Middleton

Durham

1

W.M. Lowe

Edgecombe

2

Jesse Brake, W. Aaron Bridgers

Forsyth

1

Edgar Leinbach

Franklin

2

P.G. Alston, Jr., G.G. Gill

Gaston

1

Moses Stroup

Gates

1

Riddick Gatling

Graham

1

W.M. Taylor

Granville

2

W.T. Adams, J.F. Cole

Greene

1

A.J. Edmundson

Guilford

2

R.K. Denny, W.M. Wiley

Halifax

2

W.W. Hall, A.B. Hill

Harnett

1

M.V. Prince

Haywood

1

Robert D. Gilmer

Henderson

1

J.W. Anderson

Hertford

1

James L. Anderson

Hyde

1

Julian S. Mann

Iredell

2

John B. Holman, Thomas J. Williams

Jackson

1

Coleman C. Cowan

Johnston

2

R.H. Gower, Charles F. Kirby

Jones

1

Samuel Hudson

Lenoir

1

Nathan B. Whitfield

Lincoln

1

C.L. Wilson

Macon

1

J. Frank Ray

Madison

1

Jeter C. Pritchard

Martin

1

J.B Coffield

McDowell

1

J.W. Biddix

Mecklenburg

3

J. Watt Hood, R.A. Grier, D.W. Mayes

Mitchell

1

Luke M. Banner

Montgomery

1

C.R. Watkins

Moore

1

W.P.M. Currie

Nash

1

J.B. Phillips

New Hanover

2

J.T. Kerr, George L. Morton

Northampton

2

R.H. Stancill, Unknown/Vacant

Onslow

1

S.W. Venters

Orange

1

R.N. Hall, Jr.

Pamlico

1

J.F. Brinson

Pasquotank

1

Hugh Cale

Pender

1

Robert C. Johnson

Perquimans

1

Theophilus White

Person

1

J.T. Yancey

Pitt

2

John D. Cox, Harry Skinner

Polk

1

A.B. Thompson

Randolph 

2

E.B. Kearns, W.A. Woollen

Richmond

1

Joshua Chappell

Robeson

2

J.S. Oliver, T.M. Watson

Rockingham

2

Thomas W. Hopkins, R.P. Henry

Rowan

1

S.A. Earnhardt

Rutherford

1

Thomas F. Toms

Sampson

2

R.R. Bell, W.K. Pigford

Stanly

1

James P. Nash

Stokes

1

J.C. Newsom

Surry

1

C.B. Denny

Swain

1

J.A. Buchanan

Transylvania

1

W.W. Zachary

Tyrrell

1

David Alexander

Union

1

V.T. Chears

Vance

1

James M. Watson

Wake

4

G.W. Davis, A.D. Jones, A.M. Sorrell, W.B. Upchurch

Warren 

1

W.W. Long

Washington

1

Charles W. Snell

Watauga

1

D.B Phillips

Wayne

2

Matthew J. Ham, John W. Bryan

Wilkes

1

John Q.A. Bryan

Wilson

1

Nathan Bass

Yadkin

1

M.H. Vestal

Yancey

1

W.A. Robertson
* Rufus A. Doughton was elected Speaker of the House of Representatives. J.M. Brown was Clerk.
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