Fayette County History & Genealogy

History of Fayette County


From R. S. Dills' History of Fayette County

FAYETTE COUNTY IN THE LEGISLATURE.

SENATORS.

Though organized in March, 1810, it appears that the first time Fayette was represented in the legislature was at the tenth General Assembly.

1811. Ross, and part of Fayette and Pickaway, were represented in the senate by Duncan McArthur and James Dunlap.
1812. Highland and Fayette counties, George W. Barrere.
1813. Highland and Fayette counties, George W. Barrere.
1814. Highland and Fayette counties, George W. Barrere.
1815. Highland and Fayette counties, Samuel Evans.
1816. Highland and Fayette counties, Samuel Evans.
1817. Highland and Fayette counties, Allen Trimble.
1818. Highland and Fayette counties, Allen Trimble.
1819. Highland and Fayette counties, Allen Trimble.
1820. Highland and Fayette counties, Allen Trimble.
1821. Highland and Fayette counties, Allen Trimble.
1822. Highland and Fayette counties, Allen Trimble.
1823. Highland and Fayette counties, Allen Trimble.
1824. Highland and Fayette counties, Allen Trimble.
1825. Highland and Fayette counties, Allen Trimble.
1826. Highland and Fayette counties, John Jones, vice Allen Trimble, resigned.
1827. Highland and Fayette counties, John Jones.
1828. Highland and Fayette counties, John Jones.
1829. Highland and Fayette counties, Moses Carothers.
1830. Highland and Fayette counties, Moses Carothers.
1831. Highland and Fayette counties, Moses Carothers.
1832. Highland and Fayette counties, Moses Carothers.
1833. Highland and Fayette counties, Joseph J. McDowell.
1834. Highland and Fayette counties, Joseph J. McDowell.
1835. (Extra.) Highland and Fayette counties, Joseph J. McDowell.
1835. Highland and Fayette connties, Jacob Kirby.
1836. Fayette, Madison, and Greene connties, John Arbuckle.
1837. Fayette, Madison, and Greene connties, John Arbuckle.
1838. Fayette, Madison, and Greene connties, Aaron Harlan.
1839. Fayette, Madison, and Greene counties, Aaron Harlan.
1840. No record.
1841. Adams, Highland, and Fayette counties, William Robbins.
1842. Adams, Highland, and Fayette connties, William Robbins.
1843. Adams, Highland, and Fayette counties, John M. Barrere.
1844. (No record for Fayette County), John M. Barrere,
1845. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties, Burnham Martin.
1846. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties, Burnham Martin.
1847. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties, Franklin Corwin.
1848. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties, Franklin Corwin.
1849. Highland and Fayette counties, Ruel Beeson.
1850. Highland and Fayette counties, Ruel Beeson.
1852. (New Constitution.) Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties, John Fudge.
1854. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties, Isaac S. Wright.
1856. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties. Nelson Rush.
1858. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties, James J. Winans.
1860. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties, John Q. Smith.
1862. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties, Mills Gardner.
1864. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties, John F. Patton.
1866. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties. A. W. Doan.
1868. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties, Sam'l N. Yeoman.
1870. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties, Moses D. Gatch.
1872. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties, John Q. Smith.
1874. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties, Sam'l N. Yeoman.
1876. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties, A. Spangler.
1878. Greene, CHnton, and Fayette counties, Thos. S. Jackson
1880. Greene, Clinton, and Fayette counties, A. R. Creamer.

REPRESENTATIVES.

1812. Joseph Hopkins.
1813. Samuel Myers.
1814. James Carothers.
1815. Thomas McDonald.
1816. James Carothers.
1817. James Carothers.
1818. Samuel Myers.
1819. James Carothers.
1820. Benjamin Hinton.
1821. James Carothers.
1822. Robert Robinson.
1828. Robert Robinson.
1824. Batteal Harrison.
1825. Thomas McGarraugh.
1826. Thomas McGarrangh.
1827. Thomas McGarraugh.
1828. Batteal Harrison.
1829. Thomas McGarraugh.
1830. William Palmer.
1831. Thomas McGarraugh.
1832. Highland and Fayette, Joseph J. McDowell.
1833. Samuel F. Yeoman.
1834. Highland and Fayette, Jacob Kirby.
1835. Extra session, Jacob Kirby.
1835. Highland and Fayette, David Reece.
1836. Madison and Fayette, B. Harrison.
1837. Madison and Fayette, B. Harrison.
1838. Madison and Fayette, William H. Creighton.
1839. Madison and Fayette, Batteal Harrison.
1840. Adams, Fayette, and Highland, David Recce, James Carothers, and James Smith.
1841. Adams, Fayette, and Highland, David Recce, James Carothers, and James Smith.
1842. Adams, Fayette, and Highland, Robert Robinson.
1843. Adams, Fayette, and Highland, Hugh Means, and Burnham Martin.
1844. Fayette and Clinton, Robert Dobbins.
1845. Fayette and Clinton, Stephen Evans.
1846. Fayette and Clinton, Franklin Corwin.
1847. Fayette and Clinton, James Carothers.
1848. Fayette and Highland, Hugh Smart.
1849. Fayette and Highland, Jacob T. Pugsley.
1850. Fayette and Highland Otto Williams.
1852. Nelson Rush.
1854. Jesse J. Worthington.
1856. W. H. Latham.
1858. Robert M. Briggs.
1860. Samuel F. Kerr.
1862. James Pursell.
1864. James Pursell.
1866. Mills Gardner.
1868. Samuel F. Kerr.
1870. Marshall J. Williams.
1872. Marshall J. Williams.
1874. John L. Myers.
1876. William Milliken.
1878. M. S. Creamer.
1880. William Milliken.
1881. William Milliken.