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Members of the Legislature


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Transcription contributed by Martie Callihan 21 Oct 2004

Sources:
The History of Warren County Ohio
Part III, History of Warren County, Chapter XI
(Chicago, IL: W. H. Beers Co, 1882; reprint, Mt. Vernon, IN: Windmill Publications, 1992)

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Territorial Legislature, 1801—Francis Dunlevy and Jeremiah Morrow.
First General Assembly, March, 1803—Senators, Jeremiah Morrow and Francis Dunlevy; Representatives, John Bigger and William James.
Second General Assembly, December, 1803—Senators, John Bigger and William C. Schenck; Representative, Ephraim Kibby.
Third General Assembly, 1804—Senators, John Bigger and William C. Schenck; Representatives, Matthias Corwin and Peter Burr.
Fourth General Assembly, 1805—Senator, John Bigger; Representatives, Peter Burr and Matthias Corwin.
Fifth General Assembly, 1806—Senator, Richard Thomas; Representatives, Peter Burr and Matthias Corwin.
Note —The Senatorial district was then composed of Warren, Butler, Montgomery, Greene and Champaign Counties.

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Sixth General Assembly, 1807—Senators, Richard S. Thomas and John Bigger; Representatives, George Harlan and Matthias Corwin.
Seventh General Assembly, 1808—Senator, John Bigger; Representatives, Matthias Corwin, George Harlan and John James.
Note—Warren County was then a separate Senatorial district.
Eighth General Assembly, 1809—Senator, John Bigger; Representatives, Matthias Corwin, Michael H. Johnson, Jesse Newport.
Ninth General Assembly, 1810—Senator, John Bigger; Representatives, Matthias Corwin, David Morris, Nathan Kelly.
Tenth General Assembly, 1811—Senator, John Bigger; Representatives, Matthias Corwin, Jesse Newport, David Morris.
Eleventh General Assembly, 1812—Senator, Thomas B. Van Horne; Representatives, John Welton, Michael H. Johnson.
Twelfth General Assembly, 1813—Senator, John Bigger; Representatives, Matthias Corwin, Michael H. Johnson.
Thirteenth General Assembly, 1814—Senator, John Bigger; Representatives, Matthias Corwin, Michael H. Johnson.
Fourteenth General Assembly, 1815—Senator, John Bigger; Representatives, Matthias Corwin, Samuel Caldwell.
Fifteenth General Assembly, 1816—Senator, Thomas B. Van Horne; Representatives, Michael H. Johnson, David Sutton,
Sixteenth Genera! Assembly, 1817—Senator, Thomas B. Van Horne; Representatives, Michael H. Johnson, Nathaniel McLean.
Seventeenth General Assembly, 1818—Senator, Michael H. Johnson; Representatives, Nathaniel McLean, David Sutton.
Eighteenth General Assembly, 1819—Senator, Nathaniel McLean; Representatives, John Bigger, George Kesling.
Nineteenth General Assembly, 1820—Senator, Nathaniel McLean; Representatives, John Bigger, William C. Schenck.
Twentieth General Assembly, 1821—Senator, Nathaniel McLean; Representatives, John Bigger, Thomas Corwin.
Twenty-first General Assembly, 1822—Senator, Nathaniel McLean; Representatives, John Bigger, Thomas Corwin.
Twenty-second General Assembly, 1823—Representatives, John M. Houston, David Sutton.
Twenty-third General Assembly, 1824—Senator, Samuel Caldwell; Representatives, Matthias Corwin, John Bigger.
Twenty-fourth General Assembly, 1825—Senator, Samuel Caldwell; Representatives, John Bigger, George J. Smith.
Twenty-fifth General Assembly, 1826—Senator, Jacob D. Miller; Representatives, George J. Smith, John Hopkins.
Twenty-sixth General Assembly, 1827—Senator, Jeremiah Morrow; Representatives, George J. Smith, John Hopkins.
Twenty-seventh General Assembly, 1828—Senator, Samuel Caldwell; Representatives, Benjamin Baldwin, James McEwen.
Twenty-eighth General Assembly, 1829—Senator, Samuel Caldwell; Representatives, Thomas Corwin, Jeremiah Morrow.
Twenty-ninth General Assembly, 1830—Senator, John Bigger; Representatives, Joseph Whitehill, Jacoby Hallack.
Thirtieth General Assembly, 1831—Senator, John Bigger; Representatives, Joseph Whitehill, Jacoby Hallack.
Thirty-first General Assembly, 1832—Senator, Jacoby Hallack; Representative, Joseph Whitehill.
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Thirty-second General Assembly, 1833—Senator, Jacoby Hallack; Representatives, John Bigger, Benjamin Baldwin.
Thirty-third General Assembly, 1834—Senator, John M. Houston; Representative, Joseph Whitehill.
NoteJoseph Whitehall resigned and Thomas R. Rose was elected to fill the vacancy June 1, 1835, and served in an extra session convened June 8, 1835.
Thirty -fourth General Assembly, 1835—Senator, John M, Houston; Representatives, Jeremiah Morrow, John Hunt.
Thirty-fifth General Assembly, 1836—Senator, George J. Smith; Representative, John Hunt
Thirty-sixth General Assembly, 1837—Senator, George J. Smith; Representative, A. H. Dunlevy.
Thirty seventh General Assembly, 1838—Senator, George J. Smith; Representative, John Hunt.
Thirty-eighth General Assembly, 1839—Senator, George J. Smith; Representative, William Sellers.
Thirty-ninth General Assembly, 1840—Senator, Isaac S. Perkins; Representative, John Probasco, Jr.
Note—The Senatorial district was then composed of "Warren and Greene.
Fortieth General Assembly, 1841—Senator, Isaac S. Perkins; Representative, John Probasco, Jr.
Forty-first General Assembly, 1842—Senator, W. H. P. Denny; Representative, John Probasco, Jr.
Forty-second General Assembly, 1843—Senator, W. H. P. Denny; Representative, Edward Noble.
Forty-third General Assembly, 1844—Representative, Edward Noble.
Note—Montgomery and Warren then composed the Senatorial district.
Forty-fourth General Assembly, 1845—Representative, Edward Noble.
Forty-fifth General Assembly, 1846—Senator, John Hopkins; Representative, Robert Wilson.
Forty-sixth General Assembly, 1847—Senator, John Hopkins; Representative, Robert Wilson..
Forty-seventh General Assembly, 1848—Representative, John A. Dodds.
Forty-eighth General Assembly, 1849—Representative, John A. Dodds.
Forty-ninth General Assembly, 1850—Representative, John A. Dodds.
Note—The Forty-ninth was the last held under the constitution of 1802. Under the first constitution, members of the Legislature were elected annually; under the constitution of 1851, they are elected every two years.
Fiftieth General Assembly, 1852—Representative, Durbin Ward,
Fifty-first General Assembly, 1854—Senator, Granville W. Stokes: Representative, Daniel Crane.
Fifty-second General Assembly, 1856—Representative, Seth S. Haines.
Fifty-third General Assembly, 1858—Senator, Lauren Smith; Representative, J. Milton Williams.
Fifty-fourth General Assembly, 1860—Representatives, James Scott. Mahlon Wright
Fifty-fifth General Assembly, 1862—Senator, A. G. McBurney; Representative, James Scott
Fifty-sixth General Assembly, 1854—Senator, A, G. McBurney; Representative, James Scott.
Fifty-seventh General Assembly, 1866—Representative, J. H. Coulter.
Fifty-eighth General Assembly, 1868—Representative, James Scott,
Fifty-ninth General Assembly, 1870—Representative, W. W. Wilson.
Sixtieth General Assembly, 1872—Representative, James Scott
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Sixty-first General Assembly, 1874—Senator, Benjamin Butterworth; Representative, James Scott.
Sixty -second General Assembly, 1876—Senator, Peter M. Dechant; Representative, Thomas M. Wales.
Note—Peter M. Dechant died and William H. Stokes was elected to fill the vacancy.
Sixty-third General Assembly, 1878—Senator, William H. Stokes; Representative, Thomas M. Wales.
Sixty-fourth General Assembly, 1880—Senator, J. L. Mounts; Representative, James Scott.
Sixty-fifth General Assembly, 1882—Senator, Lewis G. Anderson; Representative, James Scott.

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