North Carolina in the 1800s

North Carolina State Senate

1814
This General Assembly met from November 21 to December 27, 1814.

County

Delegate

Anson

Lawrence Moore

Ashe

George Bower

Beaufort

Reading Grist

Bertie

George Outlaw*

Bladen

Richard Parish

Brunswick

Jacob Leonard

Buncombe

John Longmire

Burke

David Tate

Cabarrus

Robert W. Smith

Camden

Thomas Bell

Carteret

A. Wilson

Caswell

B. Graves

Chatham

Andrew Headen

Chowan

Richard Hoskins

Columbus

Thomas Frink

Craven

Wright Stanly

Cumberland

John Smith

Currituck

Thomas Sanderson

Duplin

Joseph Gillespie

Edgecombe

James W. Clarke

Franklin

Benjamin F. Hawkins

Gates

Kedar Ballard

Granville

Thomas Person

Greene

W.V. Speight

Guilford

Jonathan Parker

Halifax

John Branch

Haywood

John McFarland

Hertford

Thomas Wynns

Hyde

Samuel Clark

Iredell

Myles Nesbitt

Johnston

William Bryan

Jones

Christopher Bryan

Lenoir

Simon Bruton

Lincoln

William McLean

Martin

Jeremiah Slade

Mecklenburg

Jonathan Harris

Montgomery

Edmund DeBerry

Moore

Archibald McBryde

Nash 

George Boddie

New Hanover

David Jones

Northampton

Howell Peebles

Onslow

Edward B. Dudley

Orange

Archibald D. Murphey

Pasquotank

William S. Hinton

Perquimans

Willis Riddick

Person

Richard Atkinson

Pitt

Robert Williams

Randolph

John Long, Jr.

Richmond

James Stewart

Robeson

Alfred Rowland

Rockingham 

Abraham Phillips

Rowan

William Bodenhamer

Rutherford

William Greene

Sampson

Allen Mobley

Stokes

Andrew Bowman

Surry

Thomas Wright

Tyrrell 

Charles Hoskins

Wake

John Hinton, Jr.

Warren

William Williams

Washington

Thomas Johnson

Wayne

Barnabas McKinnie

Wilkes

William Hulme
* George Outlaw was elected Speaker of the Senate. Montford Stokes was elected as Clerk.
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