North Carolina - From Statehood to 1800

North Carolina State Senate

1792-1793

This General Assembly met in New Bern from November 15, 1792 to January 1, 1793.

During 1791, the NC Legislature created four new counties: Buncombe, Glasgow, Lenoir, and Person. These four counties sent their first delegates to the NC General Assembly in 1792.

County

Delegate

Anson

James Marshall

Beaufort

Richard Blackledge

Bertie

Jasper Charlton

Bladen

Duncan Stewart

Brunswick

Benjamin Smith

Buncombe

William Davidson

Burke

Joseph McDowell

Camden

Peter Dauge

Carteret

David Ward

Caswell

James Williamson

Chatham

Joseph Stewart

Chowan

Charles Johnson

Craven

John Carney

Cumberland

Farquhard Campbell

Currituck

John Humphries

Duplin

James Gillespie

Edgecombe

Etheldred Phillips

Franklin

William Christmas

Gates

Joseph Riddick

Glasgow

Vacant / Unknown

Granville

William P. Little

Guilford

Daniel Gillespie

Halifax

Peter Qualls

Hertford

Thomas Wynns

Hyde

Benjamin Russell

Iredell

David Caldwell

Johnston

Hardy Bryan

Jones

Frederick Hargett

Lenoir

Joshua Croom

Lincoln

Joseph Dickson

Martin

Ebenezer Slade

Mecklenburg

Joseph Graham

Montgomery

James Turner

Moore

Thomas Overton

Nash 

Hardy Griffin

New Hanover

John A. Campbell

Northampton

John M. Binford

Onslow

Reuben Grant

Orange

William F. Strudwick

Pasquotank

John Swann

Perquimans

Joshua Skinner

Person

James Jones

Pitt

Stephen Brooks

Randolph

Zebedee Wood

Richmond

James Terry

Robeson

Elias Barnes

Rockingham 

Robert Williams

Rowan

George Henry Barrier
(aka George H. Berger)

Rutherford

Richard Singleton

Sampson

Richard Clinton

Stokes

Peter Hairston

Surry

Gideon Edwards

Tyrrell 

John Warrington

Wake

Joel Lane

Warren

John Macon

Wayne

Richard McKinnie

Wilkes

William Lenoir*
* William Lenoir was elected Speaker of the Senate. Sherwood Haywood was appointed Clerk.
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