North Carolina in the 1900s

North Carolina State House of Representatives

1905
This General Assembly met from January 4th to March 6th in 1905.

County

Number of
Delegates Authorized

Delegate(s)

Alamance

1

W.J. Graham

Alexander

1

H.T. Campbell

Alleghany

1

R.K. Finney

Anson

1

James A. Lockhart, Jr.

Ashe

1

F.C. Young

Beaufort

2

William A.B. Branch, James H. Harris

Bertie

1

C.W. Mitchell

Bladen

1

J.O. West

Brunswick

1

C. Edward Taylor

Buncombe

2

J. Frazier Glenn, James D. Murphy

Burke

1

B.F. Davis

Cabarrus

1

Morgan B. Stickley

Caldwell

1

J.A. Crisp

Camden

1

G.C. Barco

Carteret

1

T.D. Webb

Caswell

1

W.T. Sledge

Catawba

1

Walter C. Feimster

Chatham

1

J.R. Rives

Cherokee

1

W.M. West

Chowan

1

W.T. Perry

Clay

1

J.A. Buchanan

Cleveland

1

R.L. Ryburn

Columbus

1

James M. Shipman

Craven

1

Owen H. Guion*

Cumberland

2

Archibald D. McGill, N.C. Thaggard

Currituck

1

W.L. Owens

Dare

1

R. Bruce Etheridge

Davidson

1

G. Foster Hankins

Davie

1

A. Turner Grant, Jr.

Duplin

1

H.D. Williams

Durham

1

J. Crawford Biggs

Edgecombe

2

Mark B. Pitt, P.C. Vestal

Forsyth

2

J.D. Waddill, G.H. Hasten

Franklin

1

B.W. Ballard

Gaston

2

C.E. Hutchinson, R.A. White

Gates

1

R.W. Simpson

Graham

1

W.W. Fleming

Granville

1

Augustus W. Graham

Greene

1

J.T. Frizzelle

Guilford

2

Wescott Roberson, James R. Gordon

Halifax

2

Sandys Gale, T.C. Harrison

Harnett

1

W.A. Stewart

Haywood

1

Joseph S. Davis

Henderson

1

Wiley C. Rector

Hertford

1

Benjamin B. Winborne

Hyde

1

Walter Jones

Iredell

2

T.M.C. Davidson, Zebulon V. Turlington

Jackson

1

Felix E. Alley

Johnston

2

James P. Canady, Romulus H. Gower

Jones

1

Thomas D. Warren

Lenoir

1

George Turner

Lincoln

1

William A. Graham

Macon

1

W.A. Rogers

Madison

1

James Will Roberts

Martin

1

J.B. Coffield

McDowell

1

M.F. Morphew

Mecklenburg

3

H.Q. Alexander, R.C. Freeman, Frank R. McNineh

Mitchell

1

J. Clayton Bowman

Montgomery

1

C.C. Wade

Moore

1

J.R. McQueen

Nash

1

S.F. Austin

New Hanover

1

G.J. Boney

Northampton

1

W.T. Joyner

Onslow

1

Elijah M. Koonce

Orange

1

Ira E.D. Andrews

Pamlico

1

R.L. Woodard

Pasquotank

1

John Christoph Blucher Ehringhaus

Pender

1

Edmund A. Hawes, Jr.

Perquimans

1

William G. Cox

Person

1

John S. Cunningham

Pitt

2

James B. Little, Joseph J. Laughinghouse

Polk

1

J.W. McFarland

Randolph 

2

T.J. Redding, William P. Wood

Richmond

1

George Warburton

Robeson

2

Everitt J. Britt, George C. Fisher

Rockingham

2

Ira R. Humphrey, R.A. Stokes

Rowan

2

Walter Murphy, H.S. Hall

Rutherford

1

L.E. Powers

Sampson

2

George E. Butler, John E. Fowler

Scotland

1

Mark Morgan

Stanly

1

A.R. Kirk

Stokes

1

Isaac M. Gordon

Surry

1

John H. Dobson

Swain

1

A.S. Patterson

Transylvania

1

W.M. Henry

Tyrrell

1

J.C. Meekins

Union

2

Charles N. Simpson, Robert B. Redwine

Vance

1

Thomas Taylor

Wake

3

Percy J. Olive, R.E. Sentelle, Alexander B. Stronach

Warren 

1

S.G. Daniel

Washington

1

W.R. Chesson

Watauga

1

C.W. Phipps

Wayne

2

A.T. Uzzell, J.M. Hollowell

Wilkes

2

Charles H. Cowles, John A. Holbrook

Wilson

1

Sydney A. Woodard

Yadkin

1

Joel C. Pinnix

Yancey

1

James F. Byrd
* Owen H. Guion was elected Speaker of the House of Representatives. Frank D. Hackett was Clerk.
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