The American Revolution in North Carolina

North Carolina State Senators

1783
This General Assembly met in Hillsborough from April 18th to May 17th in 1783.

County

Delegate

Anson

Thomas Wade

Beaufort

William Brown

Bertie

James Campbell

Bladen

Thomas Brown

Brunswick

Benjamin Smith

Burke

Charles McDowell

Camden

Isaac Gregory

Carteret

John Easton

Caswell

William Moore

Chatham

Ambrose Ramsey

Chowan

Charles Johnson

Craven

James Coor

Cumberland

Ica Atkins

Currituck

William Ferebee

Dobbs

Richard Caswell, Sr.*

Duplin

James Kenan

Edgecombe

Elisha Battle

Franklin

Alexius M. Foster

Gates

Jacob Hunter

Granville

Robert Harris

Guilford

Charles Bruce

Halifax

Benjamin McCulloch

Hertford

John Brickell

Hyde

William Russell

Johnston

Hardy Bryan

Jones

Nathan Bryan

Lincoln

Robert Alexander

Martin

Whitmell Hill

Mecklenburg

Robert Irwin

Montgomery

Edward Moore

Nash 

Hardy Griffin

New Hanover

John A. Campbell

Northampton

Allen Jones

Onslow

John Spicer

Orange

William McCauley

Pasquotank

Edward Everagin

Perquimans

Jesse Eaton

Pitt

John Williams

Randolph 

Thomas Dougan

Richmond

Henry William Harrington

Rowan

Griffith Rutherford

Rutherford

James Holland**

Sullivan

Joseph Martin

Surry

Martin Armstrong

Tyrrell 

Jeremiah Frazier

Wake

Joel Lane

Warren

Herbert Haynes

Washington

Unknown / Vacant

Wayne

Burwell Mooring

Wilkes

Elijah Isaacs
* Richard Caswell, Sr. was elected Speaker of the Senate. John Haywood was appointed Clerk. Sherwood Haywood was appointed Assistant.
**On May 9. 1783, the Senate determined that the Rutherford County Senate election was illegal. A new election was ordered to be held on September 15-16. Seat remained open this session.
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