North Carolina in the 1800s

North Carolina State Senate

1833-1834
This General Assembly met from November 18, 1833 to January 13, 1834.

County

Delegate

Anson

William A. Morris

Ashe

G. Phillips

Beaufort

William E. Smaw

Bertie

Alexander W. Mebane

Bladen

John J. McMillan

Brunswick

William R. Hall

Buncombe

John Clayton

Burke

Mark Brittain

Cabarrus

George Klutts

Camden

Enoch Nash

Carteret

Otway Burns

Caswell

James Kerr

Chatham

Nathan A. Stedman

Chowan

Joseph B. Skinner

Columbus

Luke R. Simmons

Craven

Richard Dobbs Spaight, Jr.

Cumberland

Duncan McCormick

Currituck

Daniel Lindsay, Jr.

Davidson

John A. Hogan

Duplin

John E. Hussey

Edgecombe

Hardy Flowers

Franklin

Thomas G. Stone

Gates

John Walton

Granville

Thomas W. Norman

Greene

Wyatt Moye

Guilford

George C. Mendenhall

Halifax

Isham Matthews

Haywood

William Sitton

Hertford

John Vann

Hyde

Dameron Pugh

Iredell

Joseph P. Caldwell

Johnston

Hillory Wilder

Jones

James Harrison

Lenoir

William D. Moseley*

Lincoln

Daniel Hoke

Macon

Benjamin S. Brittain

Martin

David Latham

Mecklenburg

Washington Morrison

Montgomery

Reuben Kendall

Moore

Duncan Murchison

Nash 

Samuel L. Arrington

New Hanover

William B. Meares

Northampton

Herod Faison

Onslow

Thomas Foy

Orange

William Montgomery

Pasquotank

John M. Skinner

Perquimans

Henry Skinner

Person

Robert Vanhook

Pitt

Alfred Moye

Randolph

Henry B. Elliott

Richmond

Alexander Martin

Robeson

Shadrack Howell

Rockingham 

Robert Martin

Rowan

John Beard, Jr.

Rutherford

Martin P. Shuford

Sampson

Edward C. Gavin

Stokes

Matthew R. Moore

Surry

William P. Dobson

Tyrrell 

Ephraim Mann

Wake

Charles L. Hinton

Warren

Weldon Nathaniel Edwards

Washington

Josiah Collins

Wayne

Gabriel Sherard

Wilkes

Edmund Jones
* William D. Moseley was elected Speaker of the Senate. Samuel F. Patterson was elected as Clerk.
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