North Carolina in the 1800s

North Carolina State Senate

1802
This General Assembly met from November 15 to December 18, 1802.

County

Delegate

Anson

James Marshall

Ashe

George Koontz

Beaufort

Henry S. Bonner

Bertie

George Outlaw

Bladen

Samuel N. Richardson

Brunswick

William Wingate

Buncombe

James Brittain

Burke

William Davenport

Cabarrus

James Bradshaw

Camden

Thomas Burgess

Carteret

William Fisher

Caswell

Marmaduke Williams

Chatham

Joseph J. Alston

Chowan

John Bond

Craven

John Bryan

Cumberland

William Lord

Currituck

Jonathan Lindsay

Duplin

Levin Watkins

Edgecombe

Richard Harrison

Franklin

Jordan Hill

Gates

Joseph Riddick*

Granville

Thomas Taylor

Greene

Hymrick Hooker

Guilford

George Bruce

Halifax

Stephen W. Carney

Hertford

Robert Montgomery

Hyde

Henry Selby

Iredell

Ephraim Davidson

Johnston

John Williams

Jones

Durant Hatch

Lenoir

Simon Bruton

Lincoln

Peter Forney

Martin

John Hyman

Mecklenburg

Nathaniel Alexander

Montgomery

West Harris

Moore

Murdock McKenzie

Nash 

John Arrington

New Hanover

Samuel Ashe

Northampton

John M. Binford

Onslow

George Ward

Orange

William Cain

Pasquotank

Thomas Banks

Perquimans

Joseph White

Person

Samuel Smith

Pitt

Robert Williams

Randolph

Henry Branson

Richmond

James Stewart

Robeson

Elias Barnes

Rockingham 

Abraham Phillips

Rowan

Basil Gaither

Rutherford

Jonathan Hampton

Sampson

Gabriel Holmes

Stokes

Joseph Winston

Surry

Gideon Edwards

Tyrrell 

Richard Davis

Wake

William Hinton

Warren

James Turner

Washington

Samuel Chesson

Wayne

John C. Pender

Wilkes

James Wellborn
* Joseph Riddick was elected Speaker of the Senate. Montford Stokes was elected as Clerk.
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