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List of Delaware State Senators

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A table of the members of the Delaware State Senate.

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State Senate under the Delaware Constitution of 1776

There were three Senators elected at-large from each county for a one-year term. Elections were held in October.

Session District Session
New Castle County Kent County Sussex County
1st-at-large 2nd-at-large 3rd-at-large 1st-at-large 2nd-at-large 3rd-at-large 1st-at-large 2nd-at-large 3rd-at-large
1st*
(1776)
Richard Cantwell George Read Nicholas Van Dyke Richard Bassett Thomas Collins James Sykes, Sr. & John Banning Daniel Dingee & John Jones William Polk & Samuel S. Sloss John Wiltbank 1st*
(1776)
2nd*
(1777)
Peter Hyatt John Banning John Jones Samuel S. Sloss & William Conwell John Clowes 2nd*
(1777)
3rd*
(1778)
Samuel Patterson William Polk William Conwell 3rd*
(1778)
4th*
(1779)
Richard Cantwell 4th*
(1779)
5th*
(1780)
Thomas McDonough John Cook 5th*
(1780)
6th*
(1781)
John Dickinson & Isaac Grantham John Polk 6th*
(1781)
7th*
(1782)
George Read Isaac Grantham Richard Bassett John Collins Joshua Polk 7th*
(1782)
8th*
(1783)
Caesar Rodney 8th*
(1783)
9th*
(1784)
George Craighead Vincent Loockerman Silas Snow Henry Neill 9th*
(1784)
10th*
(1785)
John Banning James Tilton Daniel Polk 10th*
(1785)
11th*
(1786)
Nicholas Van Dyke 11th*
(1786)
12th*
(1787)
George Read, Jr Thomas McDonough John Cook 12th*
(1787)
13th*
(1788)
George Craighead Nicholas Ridgely 13th*
(1788)
14th*
(1789)
Gunning Bedford, Sr. Thomas Kean Alexander Porter, Jr. John Gordon 14th*
(1789)
15th*
(1790)
James Tilton 15th*
(1790)
16th*
(1791)
Archibald Alexander Nehemiah Tilton Silas Snow 16th*
(1791)

State Senate under the Delaware Constitution of 1792

There were 3 Senators elected at-large from each County for a one-year term. Elections were held in November.

Session District Session
New Castle County Kent County Sussex County
1st-at-large 2nd-at-large 3rd-at-large 1st-at-large 2nd-at-large 3rd-at-large 1st-at-large 2nd-at-large 3rd-at-large
17th*
(1792)
Archibald Alexander Robert Haughey John Dickinson John Morris John M. Vining Edward White Daniel Polk Daniel Rogers Rhodes Shankland 17th*
(1792)
18th*
(1793)
Isaac Grantham Thomas Kean Isaac Davis James Sykes, Jr. George Wilson George Mitchell 18th*
(1793)
19th*
(1794)
John Stockton Joseph Miller 19th*
(1794)
20th*
(1795)
John James Alexander Porter, Jr. 20th*
(1795)
21st*
(1796)
Archibald Alexander George Cummins 21st*
(1796)
22nd*
(1797)
Edward Roche James Sykes, Jr. 22nd*
(1797)
23rd*
(1798)
Isaac Grantham 23rd*
(1798)
24th*
(1799)
Peter Brynberg James Raymond John M. Vining 24th*
(1799)
25th*
(1800)
John Bird Thomas Fitzgerald 25th*
(1800)
26th*
(1801)
Robert Maxwell George Cummins 26th*
(1801)
27th*
(1802)
John Way George Truitt 27th*
(1802)
28th*
(1803)
28th*
(1803)
29th*
(1804)
William Cooch 29th*
(1804)
30th*
(1805)
George Clark, Jr. 30th*
(1805)
31st*
(1806)
Thomas Perkins 31st*
(1806)
32nd*
(1807)
John Merritt Thomas Clayton 32nd*
(1807)
33rd*
(1808)
John Lockwood 33rd*
(1808)
34th*
(1809)
Andrew Reynolds 34th*
(1809)
35th*
(1810)
Francis H. Haughey 35th*
(1810)
36th*
(1811)
Andrew Barratt 36th*
(1811)
37th*
(1812)
Samuel H. Black James Morris 37th*
(1812)
38th*
(1813)
Abraham Staats 38th*
(1813)
39th*
(1814)
Caesar A. Rodney Henry Molleston 39th*
(1814)
40th*
(1815)
Nicholas Van Dyke Jacob Stout 40th*
(1815)
41st*
(1816)
George Clark, Jr. 41st*
(1816)
42nd*
(1817)
Samuel H. Black Andrew Gray 42nd*
(1817)
43rd*
(1818)
43rd*
(1818)
44th*
(1819)
Jacob Vandegrift Henry Molleston
John Mitchell
44th*
(1819)
45th*
(1820)
Victor du Pont Enoch Joyce
Thomas Clayton
45th*
(1820)
46th*
(1821)
Charles Thomas, Jr. Thomas Clayton Manlove Hayes 46th*
(1821)
47th*
(1822)
William Weldon, II Willard Hall 47th*
(1822)
48th*
(1823)
John Erwin Willard Hall
John Cummins
William W. Morris 48th*
(1823)
49th*
(1824)
Henry Whiteley George Cummins Charles Polk, Jr. 49th*
(1824)
50th*
(1825)
Christopher Vandegrift Presley Spruance, Jr. 50th*
(1825)
51st*
(1826)
Joseph England John Brinckle 51st*
(1826)
52nd *
(1827)
Levi Boulden Thomas Deakyne John Harlan Elais Naudain, Jr. Joseph G. Oliver 52nd *
(1827)
53rd*
(1828)
53rd*
(1828)
54th*
(1829)
John Caulk William T. Read William Johnson James P. Lofland 54th*
(1829)
55th*
(1830)
Jacob Alrichs 55th*
(1830)
56th*
(1831)
James Booth John Sutton Thomas Wainwright 56th*
(1831)

References

  • Martin, Roger A. (1995). Memoirs of the Senate.
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