North Carolina in the 1900s

North Carolina State House of Representatives

1911
This General Assembly met from January 4th to March 8th in 1911.

County

Number of
Delegates Authorized

Delegate(s)

Alamance

1

Jacob Elmer Long

Alexander

1

Taylor O. Teague

Alleghany

1

Rufus A. Doughton

Anson

1

Thomas C. Coxe

Ashe

1

Harrison C. Tucker

Beaufort

2

John F. Latham, William A. Thompson

Bertie

1

Walter R. Johnson

Bladen

1

Edwin H. Anders

Brunswick

1

C. Edward Taylor

Buncombe

2

Gallatin Roberts, Robert R. Williams

Burke

1

Joseph F. Spainhour

Cabarrus

1

William L. Morris

Caldwell

1

Alfred A. Kent

Camden

1

Dennis F. Bartlett

Carteret

1

Charles S. Wallace

Caswell

1

W. Osmond Smith

Catawba

1

George W. Rabb

Chatham

1

Naomil J. Wilson

Cherokee

1

John H. Dillard

Chowan

1

W. Scott Privott

Clay

1

Robert L. Herbert

Cleveland

1

Charles J. Woodson

Columbus

1

James M. Shipman

Craven

1

Romulus A. Nunn

Cumberland

2

Archibald D. McGill, Charles G. Rose

Currituck

1

Pierce Hampton

Dare

1

Charles H. Scarborough

Davidson

1

Benjamin W. Parham

Davie

1

William A. Bailey (1)

Duplin

1

Ransom L. Carr

Durham

1

Julian S. Carr

Edgecombe

2

Mark B. Pitt, Hugh B. Bryant

Forsyth

2

Pleasant H. Stimpson, Frank P. Alspaugh

Franklin

1

Robert P. Floyd

Gaston

2

Noah B. Kendrick, Abel C. Stroup

Gates

1

Lycurgus Hofler

Graham

1

J.C. Edwards

Granville

1

William Augustus Devin

Greene

1

Verranows R. Smith

Guilford

2

Thomas R. Dillard, J.E. Kirkman

Halifax

2

William T. Clements, A.H. Green, P.N. Stainbeck (?)

Harnett

1

Charles Ross

Haywood

1

John N. Mease

Henderson

1

Hamilton G. Ewart

Hertford

1

William P. Taylor

Hyde

1

John W. McWilliams

Iredell

2

Zebulon V. Turlington, Notley D. Tomlin

Jackson

1

Frank H. Brown

Johnston

2

Linville H. Allred, Ashley Horne

Jones

1

Jackson K. Dickson

Lenoir

1

Emmett R. Wooten

Lincoln

1

A.L. Quickel

Macon

1

J. Frank. Ray

Madison

1

J. Coleman Ramsey

Martin

1

Harry W. Stubbs

McDowell

1

Thomas W. Wilson

Mecklenburg

3

William Carey Dowd*, William A. Grier, W.G. McLaughlin

Mitchell

1

Henry T. Norman

Montgomery

1

John L. Stuart

Moore

1

William H. McNeill

Nash

1

John L. Cornwell

New Hanover

1

Woodus Kellum

Northampton

1

Benjamin S. Gay

Onslow

1

Elijah M. Koonce

Orange

1

John T. Johnston

Pamlico

1

Zebulon V. Rawls

Pasquotank

1

Thomas J. Markham

Pender

1

Walter W. Alderman

Perquimans

1

L. Byron Perry

Person

1

William A. Warren

Pitt

2

Guilford Moring, John T. Thorne

Polk

1

Joseph B. Livingston

Randolph 

2

Hampton B. Carter, Orlando R. Cox

Richmond

1

Walter S. Thomas

Robeson

2

John O. McArthur, Wilbur A. McPhaul

Rockingham

2

William I. Witty, J. Thomas Wall

Rowan

2

Robert D. Coleman, Walter D. Pethel

Rutherford

1

H. Craig Richardson

Sampson

2

James T. Kennedy, Buck H. Crumpler

Scotland

1

Walter H. Weatherspoon

Stanly

1

R. Lane Brown

Stokes

1

James M. Fagg

Surry

1

Samuel E. Marshall

Swain

1

Oliver P. Williams

Transylvania

1

Thomas S. Wood

Tyrrell

1

Mark Majette

Union

2

R.V. Houston, John C. Sikes

Vance

1

Thomas Taylor

Wake

3

Richard H. Battle, J.T. Judd, Edward R. Pace

Warren 

1

Thomas O. Rodwell

Washington

1

Arthur W. Swain

Watauga

1

Smith Hageman

Wayne

2

J. Edgar Kelly, John M. Mitchell

Wilkes

2

Abner Caudill, Herman C. Caviness

Wilson

1

George Whitfield Connor

Yadkin

1

Wade Reavis

Yancey

1

David M. Buck
*William Carey Dowd was elected Speaker of the House of Representatives. T.G. Cobb was Clerk.
(1) William A. Bailey was elected but available records assert he did not take his seat - reason not provided.
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