North Carolina in the 1800s

North Carolina State House of Representatives

1895
This General Assembly met from January 9th to March 13th in 1895.

County

Number of
Delegates Authorized

Delegate(s)

Alamance

1

J.W. McCauley

Alexander

1

William C. Linney

Alleghany

1

R.C. Higgins

Anson

1

L.D. Robinson

Ashe

1

J.B. Hopkins

Beaufort

1

T.B. Hooker

Bertie

1

A.S. Rascoe

Bladen

1

R.S. White

Brunswick

1

William W. Drew

Buncombe

2

G.H. Burnham, Virgil S. Lusk

Burke

1

S. Huffman

Cabarrus

1

A.F. Hileman

Caldwell

1

James L. Nelson

Camden

1

D.R. Squires

Carteret

1

Edward C. Duncan

Caswell

1

Calvin L. Smith

Catawba

1

Lee. R. Whitener

Chatham

2

Alfred Self, J.E. Bryan

Cherokee

1

A.A. Campbell

Chowan

1

W.H. Leary

Clay

1

J.A. Buchanan

Cleveland

1

L.L. Smith

Columbus

1

H.M. Harrelson

Craven

1

R.P. Williams

Cumberland

2

J.C. Currie, Z. Taylor

Currituck

1

W.C. Gallop

Dare

1

John B. Etheridge

Davidson

1

Zeb V. Walser*

Davie

1

W.R. Ellis

Duplin

1

F.M. Keathley

Durham

1

W.G. Vickers

Edgecombe

2

J.H. Baker, Jr., W.O. Howard

Forsyth

2

Edgar Leinbach, J.W. Speas

Franklin

1

John F. Mitchell

Gaston

1

G.H. Harris

Gates

1

L.L. Smith

Graham

1

J.W. King

Granville

2

William H. Crews, Jr., S.J.H. Mayes

Greene

1

S.G. Mewborne / William R. Dixon (?)

Guilford

2

B.G. Chilcutt, J.H. Sutton

Halifax

2

J.M. Grizzard, J.A. House

Harnett

1

Neill McLeod

Haywood

1

William T. Lee

Henderson

1

Hamilton G. Ewart

Hertford

1

Benjamin B. Winborne

Hyde

1

John G. Harris

Iredell

2

LeRoy Morrow, T.M. Stikeleather

Jackson

1

James Thomas

Johnston

2

Rufus Saunders, J.W. Vick

Jones

1

Frank Brown

Lenoir

1

Council S. Wooten

Lincoln

1

John F. Reinhardt

Macon

1

J. Frank Ray

Madison

1

W.G. Hunter

Martin

1

M.T. Lawrence

McDowell

1

Lee Crawford

Mecklenburg

3

John G. Alexander, J.T. Kell, J.D. McCall

Mitchell

1

Samuel J. Turner

Montgomery

1

Joseph A. Reynolds

Moore

1

E.J. Harrington

Nash

1

M.C. Strickland

New Hanover

2

G.Z. French, Herbert McClammy

Northampton

1

Robert B. Peebles

Onslow

1

Rodolph Duffy

Orange

1

James A. Cheek

Pamlico

1

D.H. Abbott

Pasquotank

1

William G. Pool

Pender

1

Robert M. Croom

Perquimans

1

J.R. Darden

Person

1

S.P. Gentry

Pitt

2

Edward Victor Cox, John T. Phillips

Polk

1

J.V. Turner

Randolph 

2

J.W. Bean, E.C. Phillips

Richmond

2

John McLean, J.D. Yates

Robeson

2

R.M. Norment, J.P. Smith

Rockingham

2

F.G. McKinney, J.A. Walker

Rowan

2

James H. McKenzie, D.R. Julian

Rutherford

1

M.H. Flack

Sampson

2

Robert M. Crumpler, Cicero H. Johnson

Stanly

1

R.L. Smith

Stokes

1

Riley J. Petree

Surry

1

W.N. Norman

Swain

1

J.S. Woodard

Transylvania

1

Edwin A. Aiken

Tyrrell

1

Abner Alexander

Union

1

R.L. Stevens

Vance

1

Moses M. Peace

Wake

3

J.J. Bagwell, A.L. Davis, James H. Young (1)

Warren 

1

W.B. Fleming

Washington

1

John M. Bateman

Watauga

1

L.H. Michael

Wayne

2

J.H. Edwards, W.C. Monroe

Wilkes

2

J.P. Elledge, J.R. Henderson

Wilson

1

Jonathan Tomlinson

Yadkin

1

J.W. Crumel

Yancey

1

J.H. Higgins
* Zeb V. Walser was elected Speaker of the House of Representatives. S.P. Satterefield was Clerk.
(1) A black man.
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