North Carolina in the 1800s

North Carolina State Senate

1835
This General Assembly met from November 16 to December 22 in 1835.

County

Delegate

Anson

Alexander Little

Ashe

John Gambill

Beaufort

James O'Kelly Williams

Bertie

Alexander W. Mebane

Bladen

George Cromartie

Brunswick

Frederick J. Hill

Buncombe

Hodge Rabun

Burke

Peter Ballew

Cabarrus

David Long

Camden

Thomas Tillett

Carteret

James W. Bryan

Caswell

James Kerr

Chatham

Hugh McQueen

Chowan

William Bullock

Columbus

Caleb Stephens

Craven

Thomas J. Pasteur

Cumberland

Duncan McCormick

Currituck

Daniel Lindsay, Jr.

Davidson

John A. Hogan

Duplin

John E. Hussey

Edgecombe

Benjamin Sharpe

Franklin

Henry G. Williams

Gates

William W. Cowper

Granville

James Wyche

Greene

Wyatt Moye

Guilford

James T. Morehead

Halifax

Andrew Joyner

Haywood

Ninian Edmonston

Hertford

John Vann

Hyde

William Selby

Iredell

John M. Young

Johnston

Josiah Houlder

Jones

James Harrison

Lenoir

William D. Moseley*

Lincoln

John B. Harry

Macon

Benjamin S. Brittain

Martin

Jesse Cooper

Mecklenburg

Stephen Fox

Montgomery

Reuben Kendall

Moore

Cornelius Dowd

Nash 

Samuel L. Arrington

New Hanover

Louis H. Marsteller

Northampton

William Moody

Onslow

David W. Simmons

Orange

Joseph Allison

Pasquotank

Frederick Whitehurst

Perquimans

Jesse Wilson

Person

Isham Edwards

Pitt

Alfred Moye

Randolph

Alfred Staley

Richmond

Alexander Martin

Robeson

Malcolm Patterson

Rockingham 

David S. Reid

Rowan

Thomas G. Polk

Rutherford

Alanson W. Moore

Sampson

Edward C. Gavin

Stokes

Matthew R. Moore

Surry

Harrison M. Waugh

Tyrrell 

George H. Alexander

Wake

Samuel Whitaker

Warren

Weldon Nathaniel Edwards

Washington

John B. Beasley

Wayne

John Exum

Wilkes

James Wellborn

Yancey

Thomas Baker
* William D. Moseley was elected Speaker of the Senate. William J. Cowan was elected as Clerk.
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