North Carolina in the 1800s

North Carolina State Senate

1821
This General Assembly met from November 19, 1821 to January 1, 1822.

County

Delegate

Anson

William Marshall

Ashe

E. Calloway

Beaufort

Jesse Robeson

Bertie

George Outlaw

Bladen

Simon Green

Brunswick

Jacob W. Leonard

Buncombe

Zebulon Baird

Burke

David Tate

Cabarrus

William R. Pharr

Camden

Luke J. Lamb

Carteret

Whittington Davis

Caswell

Bartlett Yancey*

Chatham

Jesse Bray

Chowan

Richard Hoskins

Columbus

Thomas Frink

Craven

Richard Dobbs Spaight, Jr.

Cumberland

Richard Huckabee

Currituck

Edmund S. Lindsay

Duplin

Daniel L. Kenan

Edgecombe

Hardy Flowers

Franklin

James Houze

Gates

John C. Gordon

Granville

Joseph H. Bryan

Greene

W.V. Speight

Guilford

Jonathan Parker

Halifax

John Alston

Haywood

Hodge Rabourne

Hertford

Thomas Deans

Hyde

George W. Jordan

Iredell

James Campbell

Johnston

Joseph Richardson

Jones

Durant Hatch

Lenoir

Abraham Croom

Lincoln

Robert Williamson

Martin

Samuel Hyman

Mecklenburg

Michael McLeary

Montgomery

Edmund DeBerry

Moore

Benjamin Person

Nash 

William W. Boddie

New Hanover

M.W. Campbell

Northampton

John Peebles

Onslow

Basil R. Smith

Orange

Michael Holt

Pasquotank

John Pool

Perquimans

Willis Riddick

Person

Robert Vanhook

Pitt

Luke Albritton

Randolph

Seth Wade

Richmond

William Thomas

Robeson

Kenneth Black

Rockingham 

Nathaniel Scales

Rowan

John Lindsay

Rutherford

Benjamin H. Bradley

Sampson

Edward C. Gavin

Stokes

Archibald Ruffin

Surry

Solomon Graves

Tyrrell 

John B. Beasley

Wake

Henry Seawell

Warren

William Miller

Washington

Thomas Walker

Wayne

Ephraim Daniel

Wilkes

James Wellborn
* Bartlett Yancey was elected Speaker of the Senate. Benjamin H. Covington was elected as Clerk.
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