North Carolina in the 1800s

North Carolina State Senate

1828-1829
This General Assembly met from November 17, 1828 to January 10, 1829.

County

Delegate

Anson

Clement Marshall

Ashe

John Harden

Beaufort

James O'Kelly Williams

Bertie

George O. Askew

Bladen

Malcom McInnis

Brunswick

Jacob Leonard, Jr.

Buncombe

A.A. McDowell

Burke

Merritt Burgin

Cabarrus

L.H. Alexander

Camden

Haywood S. Bell

Carteret

Otway Burns

Caswell

Bedford Brown

Chatham

Joseph Ramsey

Chowan

William Walton

Columbus

James Burney

Craven

Richard Dobbs Spaight, Jr.

Cumberland

Archibald McDearmid

Currituck

Samuel Salyear

Davidson

John M. Smith

Duplin

Stephen Miller

Edgecombe

Louis D. Wilson

Franklin

Henry J.G. Ruffin

Gates

Abraham Harrell

Granville

Thomas T. Hunt

Greene

Jesse Speight*

Guilford

Jonathan Parker

Halifax

Isham Matthews

Haywood

Thomas Love

Hertford

David O. Askew

Hyde

Littlejohn Pugh

Iredell

Abner Franklin

Johnston

David Thomson

Jones

Risden McDaniel

Lenoir

Hardy B. Croom

Lincoln

Michael Reinhardt

Martin

Joseph J. Williams

Mecklenburg

William Davidson

Montgomery

Edmund DeBerry

Moore

Alexander McNeill

Nash 

William W. Boddie

New Hanover

William B. Meares

Northampton

John H. Patterson

Onslow

Edward Ward

Orange

James Mebane

Pasquotank

John L. Bailey

Perquimans

Willis Riddick

Person

Maurice Smith

Pitt

John Joyner

Randolph

Alexander Gray

Richmond

Tregan McFarland

Robeson

Archibald McEachin

Rockingham 

Edward T. Broadnax

Rowan

John Scott

Rutherford

Martin P. Shuford

Sampson

Hardy Royal

Stokes

Emmanuel Shober

Surry

Meshack Franklin

Tyrrell 

John B. Beasley

Wake

Charles L. Hinton

Warren

Richard Davis

Washington

Samuel Davenport

Wayne

Gabriel Sherard

Wilkes

James Wellborn
* Jesse Speight was elected Speaker of the Senate. James W. Clark was elected as Clerk.
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