North Carolina in the 1800s

North Carolina State House of Representatives

1899
This General Assembly met from January 4th to March 8th in 1899.

County

Number of
Delegates Authorized

Delegate(s)

Alamance

1

W.H. Carroll

Alexander

1

Alexander C. McIntosh

Alleghany

1

James M. Gambill

Anson

1

J.D. Robinson

Ashe

1

B.E. Reeves

Beaufort

1

B.B. Nicholson

Bertie

1

Francis D. Winston

Bladen

1

George H. Currie

Brunswick

1

D.B. McNeill

Buncombe

2

Locke Craig, J.C. Curtis

Burke

1

Julius H. Hoffman

Cabarrus

1

L.T. Hartsell

Caldwell

1

Samuel L. Patterson

Camden

1

John K. Abbott

Carteret

1

John B. Russell

Caswell

1

Charles J. Yarborough

Catawba

1

A.C. Boggs

Chatham

2

Los L. Wrenn, J.A. Giles

Cherokee

1

W.E. Manney

Chowan

1

W. Dorsey Welch

Clay

1

George M. Fleming

Cleveland

1

Cyde R. Hoey

Columbus

1

D.C. Allen

Craven

1

Isaac H. Smith (1)

Cumberland

2

D.J. Ray, H. McD. Robinson

Currituck

1

Samuel M. Beasley

Dare

1

Charles T. Williams

Davidson

1

C.M. Thompson

Davie

1

Gaston L. White

Duplin

1

James O. Carr

Durham

1

Howard A. Foushee

Edgecombe

2

Henry A. Gilliam, S.L. Hart

Forsyth

2

J.K.P. Carter, William A. Lowrey

Franklin

1

F.A. Davis

Gaston

1

L.H.J. Hauser

Gates

1

John M. Trotman

Graham

1

O.P. Williams

Granville

2

C.W. Bryan, A.A. Lyon

Greene

1

Benjamin F. Mitchell / John E.W. Sugg (?)

Guilford

2

John C. Bunch, John C. Kennett

Halifax

2

H.S. Harrison, W.P. White

Harnett

1

Dan Hugh McLean

Haywood

1

Joseph S. Davis

Henderson

1

M.S. Justus

Hertford

1

Isaac F. Snipes

Hyde

1

Claude W. Davis

Iredell

2

John B. Holman, Thomas J. Williams

Jackson

1

Walter E. Moore

Johnston

2

J.F. Brown, D.G. Johnson

Jones

1

G.G. Noble

Lenoir

1

W.W. Carraway

Lincoln

1

John F. Reinhardt

Macon

1

J. Frank Ray

Madison

1

A.B. Bryant

Martin

1

Harry W. Stubbs

McDowell

1

Edward J. Justice

Mecklenburg

3

Robert Heriot Clarkson, J.E. Henderson, R.M. Ranson

Mitchell

1

J.R. Pritchard

Montgomery

1

W.A. Cochran

Moore

1

John L. Currie

Nash

1

Cicero T. Ellen

New Hanover

2

George Rountree, Martin S. Willard

Northampton

1

W.C. Coates

Onslow

1

Frank Thompson

Orange

1

Samuel M. Gattis

Pamlico

1

Dudley Paul / George Dees (?)

Pasquotank

1

J.B. Leigh

Pender

1

Gibson James

Perquimans

1

F.H. Nicholson

Person

1

Charles A. Whitfield

Pitt

2

T.J. Barnhill, W.J. Nichols

Polk

1

J.W. McFarland

Randolph 

2

J.M. Burrow, T.J. Redding

Richmond

2

Hector McLean, Henry Clay Wall

Robeson

2

J.S. Oliver, Gilbert B. Patterson

Rockingham

2

J.R. Garrett, J.H. Lane

Rowan

2

D.R. Julian, Lee S. Overman

Rutherford

1

J.F. Alexander

Sampson

2

Robert M. Crumpler, Cicero H. Johnson

Stanly

1

J.M. Brown

Stokes

1

Riley J. Petree

Surry

1

W.W. Hampton

Swain

1

R.L. Leatherwood

Transylvania

1

George W. Wilson

Tyrrell

1

William Maitland

Union

1

R.L. Stevens

Vance

1

J.Y. Eaton

Wake

3

John D. Boushall, W.H. Holland, Gaston Powell

Warren 

1

J.H. Wright

Washington

1

T.L. Tarkenton

Watauga

1

W.B. Council, Jr.

Wayne

2

William Reynolds Allen, J.M. Wood

Wilkes

2

E.B. Hendren, W.A. Tharpe

Wilson

1

Henry Groves Connor*

Yadkin

1

H.S. Williams

Yancey

1

W.M. Austin
* Henry Groves Connor was elected Speaker of the House of Representatives. Brevard Nixon was Clerk.
(1) A black man.
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