South Carolina Delegates to the U.S. Congress

19th U.S. Congress (1825-1827)
The 19th U.S. Congress met in two sessions: 1) December 5, 1825 to May 22, 1826; and 2) December 4, 1826 to March 3, 1827. A Special Session was convened from March 4th to March 9th in 1825.

U.S. Senators from South Carolina

Name

SC District From

Comments

John Gaillard /
William Harper /
William Smith

Charleston /
Richland /
York
President Pro Tempore until December 4, 1825. John Gaillard died while in office on February 26, 1826. William Harper was elected to temporarily replace him and he took his seat on March 8, 1826. William Smith was elected as his more permanent replacement and he took his seat on November 29, 1826.

Robert Young Hayne

Charleston
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U.S. House of Representatives from South Carolina

Name

U.S. House District

SC District From

Comments

John Carter

8th

Kershaw
-

Joseph Gist

7th

Union
-

Andrew Robison Govan

4th

Orangeburg
-

James Hamilton, Jr.

2nd

Charleston
-

George McDuffie

5th

Edgefield
-

Thomas Rothmaler Mitchell

3rd

Georgetown
-

Joel Roberts Poinsett /
William Drayton

1st

Charleston /
Charleston
Joel Roberts Poinsett resigned on March 7, 1825 to accept the appointment of Minister to Mexico. William Drayton was elected to replace him and he took his seat on May 17, 1825.

Starling Tucker

9th

Laurens
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John Wilson, Jr.

6th

Pendleton
From what is now Anderson County.
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