North Carolina in the 1900s

North Carolina State House of Representatives

1933

This General Assembly met from January 4th to May 15th in 1933.

The House of Representatives was reapportioned due the results of the 1930 U.S. Census. The number of Representatives remained at one hundred-twenty (120).

County

Number of
Delegates Authorized

Delegate(s)

Alamance

1

John Wallace Gilliam, Jr.

Alexander

1

J.F. Woodfin

Alleghany

1

Rufus A. Doughton

Anson

1

Francis Edgar Thomas

Ashe

1

Thomas Contee Bowie

Avery

1

William Jeter Oaks

Beaufort

1

William Anderson Thompson

Bertie

1

Charles Wayland Spruill

Bladen

1

Charles Leon Braddy

Brunswick

1

James Watters Ruark

Buncombe

2

Julius C. Martin, William Addison Sullivan

Burke

1

Francis L. Garrou

Cabarrus

1

Charles Harris Graeber

Caldwell

1

Finley Hezekiah Coffey

Camden

1

Lake L. Stevens

Carteret

1

Luther Hamilton

Caswell

1

Robert Thomas Wilson

Catawba

1

Herbert L. Arndt

Chatham

1

Victor Richardson Johnson

Cherokee

1

Giles William Cover, Jr.

Chowan

1

William James Berryman

Clay

1

Glover P. Ledford

Cleveland

1

Ernest A. Gardner

Columbus

1

William Avery Thompson

Craven

1

Graham Arthur Barden

Cumberland

1

Wall Christian Ewing

Currituck

1

James Alvin Taylor

Dare

1

Robert Bruce Etheridge

Davidson

1

Hubert E. Olive

Davie

1

Robert Bruce Etheridge

Duplin

1

Hampton Durant Williams

Durham

2

Sumter Coe Brawley, Reuben Oscar Everett

Edgecombe

1

William Wooten Eagles

Forsyth

3

Robert Martin Cox, Albert Allison James, Nathaniel Sullivan Crews

Franklin

1

William Lee Lumpkin

Gaston

2

Robert Gregg Cherry, Pinckney Carroll Froneberger

Gates

1

Gladstone Daughtry Gatling

Graham

1

Robert Bruce Morphew

Granville

1

Claude William Allen

Greene

1

James Clayton Moye

Guilford

3

Thomas Turner, Jr., Thomas Crawford Hoyle, Jr., Joseph Tracy Moore

Halifax

2

Richard Hunter Pope, Francis M. Taylor

Harnett

1

James Robert Young

Haywood

1

James Harden Howell

Henderson

1

Theodore Roosevelt Ray

Hertford

1

Joseph Newsome Vann

Hoke

1

Laurie McEachern

Hyde

1

George E. Davis

Iredell

1

David Elmer Turner

Jackson

1

Daniel Dean Tompkins

Johnston

2

Preston Woodall, Charles Gilbert Grady

Jones

1

Robert Philemon Bender

Lee

1

Oscar Percy Makepeace

Lenoir

1

Robert H. Rouse

Lincoln

1

William Henry Sigmon

Macon

1

Charles L. Ingram

Madison

1

J. Herschel Sprinkle

Martin

1

J. Calvin Smith

McDowell

1

William Weaver Neal

Mecklenburg

3

Joe Garibaldi, Basil M. Boyd, Hiero Louis Taylor

Mitchell

1

Tipton S. Greene

Montgomery

1

Daniel A. Monroe

Moore

1

Angus Blue Cameron

Nash

2

Otway Binns Moss, Van Sharpe Watson

New Hanover

2

Harris Newman, Lemuel Clayton Grant

Northampton

1

R. Jennings White

Onslow

1

John Drew Warlick

Orange

1

Samuel Mallet Gattis, Jr.

Pamlico

1

Julius Gladstone Dees

Pasquotank

1

William Thomas Culpepper

Pender

1

Robert Grady Johnson

Perquimans

1

William Thomas Brown

Person

1

Reginald Lee Harris*

Pitt

2

Edward Gaskill Flanagan, John Rawlings Edwards

Polk

1

James Speed Massenburg

Randolph 

1

Nereus Clarkson English

Richmond

1

Dawson Emerson Scarborough

Robeson

2

Ernest Graham, Marshall Alexander Thompson

Rockingham

2

Hugh Nelson Binford, Lily Morehead Mebane

Rowan

2

James W. Bean, Walter Murphy

Rutherford

1

Clarence Griffin

Sampson

1

Dr. J. Marshall Lee

Scotland

1

Don Lee McLauchlin

Stanly

1

James Alonzo Groves

Stokes

1

Albert Rufus Phillips

Surry

1

Caleb Hill Haynes

Swain

1

John P. Randolph

Transylvania

1

Miles Wallace Galloway

Tyrrell

1

Charles Wallace Tatem

Union

1

Roland F. Beasley

Vance

1

Oscar S. Falkner

Wake

3

Charles Brantley Aycock, Dr. Samuel Ernest Douglass, William Brantley Womble

Warren 

1

John A. Dowtin

Washington

1

Charles E. Mizzell

Watauga

1

Roby Thomas Greer

Wayne

2

James Robert Aycock, Thomas O'Berry

Wilkes

1

Charles H. Cowles

Wilson

1

Frederick Walter Boswell

Yadkin

1

Thomas Richard Eaton

Yancey

1

Charles Hutchins
*Reginald Lee Harris was elected Speaker of the House of Representatives. Thad Eure was Clerk.
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