South Carolina Delegates to the U.S. Congress

8th U.S. Congress (1803-1805)

The 8th U.S. Congress met in two sessions: 1) October 17, 1803 to March 27, 1804; and 2) November 5, 1804 to March 3, 1805.

Due to the results of the 1800 U.S. Census, South Carolina was now authorized to send eight (8) delegates to the U.S. House of Representatives. All South Carolina Districts were redrawn as of March 3, 1803.

U.S. Senators from South Carolina

Name

SC District From

Comments

Pierce Butler /
John Gaillard

Beaufort /
Charleston
Pierce Butler resigned on November 21, 1804. John Gaillard was elected to replace him and he took his seat on December 6, 1804.

Thomas Sumter

Sumter
-

U.S. House of Representatives from South Carolina

Name

U.S. House District*

SC District From

Comments

William Butler, Sr.

2nd

Edgefield
-

Levi Casey

6th

Newberry
-

John Baylis Earle

8th

Spartanburg
-

Wade Hampton

4th

Richmond
-

Benjamin Huger

3rd

Georgetown
-

Thomas Lowndes

1st

Charleston
-

Thomas Moore

7th

Spartanburg
-

Richard Winn

5th

Fairfield
-
* The South Carolina U.S. Congressional Districts were redrawn and renumbered due to the 1800 U.S. Census.
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