North Carolina in the 1800s

North Carolina State Senate

1829-1830

This General Assembly met from November 16, 1829 to January 8, 1830.

During 1828, the NC Legislature created Macon County. In 1829, Macon County sent their first delegates to the NC General Assembly.

County

Delegate

Anson

Clement Marshall

Ashe

A. Mitchell

Beaufort

Joseph B. Hinton

Bertie

George O. Askew

Bladen

Malcom McInnis

Brunswick

Jacob Leonard, Jr.

Buncombe

James Allen

Burke

Merritt Burgin

Cabarrus

Charles Melchor

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

Caleb Etheridge

Davidson

Ransom Harris

Duplin

Stephen Miller

Edgecombe

Louis D. Wilson

Franklin

William P. Williams

Gates

William W. Cowper

Granville

William M. Sneed

Greene

Wyatt Moye

Guilford

John M. Dick

Halifax

Isham Matthews

Haywood

William Welch

Hertford

B.J. Montgomery

Hyde

Benjamin Sanderson

Iredell

Thomas A. Allison

Johnston

Reuben Sanders

Jones

Risden McDaniel

Lenoir

William D. Moseley

Lincoln

Daniel Hoke

Macon

L. Lewis

Martin

Joseph J. Williams

Mecklenburg

William Davidson

Montgomery

John Crump

Moore

Alexander McNeill

Nash 

William W. Boddie

New Hanover

William B. Meares

Northampton

Collin W. Barnes

Onslow

Edward Ward

Orange

William Montgomery

Pasquotank

John Pool

Perquimans

Willis Riddick

Person

Maurice Smith

Pitt

Marshall Dickinson

Randolph

Abraham Brower

Richmond

Tregan McFarland

Robeson

Neill B. Johnson

Rockingham 

Robert Martin

Rowan

David F. Caldwell*

Rutherford

John McIntyre

Sampson

David Underwood

Stokes

Gabriel T. Moore

Surry

Meshack Franklin

Tyrrell 

John B. Beasley

Wake

Charles L. Hinton

Warren

Richard Davis

Washington

Samuel Davenport

Wayne

Gabriel Sherard

Wilkes

James Wellborn
* Bedford Brown was elected Speaker of the Senate. He was elected to the US Senate. David F. Caldwell was then elected as Speaker of the Senate. Samuel F. Patterson was elected as Clerk.
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