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3rd Illinois General Assembly

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Type  Bicameral
3rd Illinois General Assembly
Houses  Senate House of Representatives
President of the Senate  Adolphus Hubbard, Independent
Speaker of the House of Representatives  William M. Alexander, Independent
Seats  18 Senators 36 Representatives

The 3rd Illinois General Assembly, consisting of the Illinois Senate and the Illinois House of Representatives, met from December 2, 1822 to February 18, 1823 during the first two years of Edward Coles' governorship, at The Vandalia State House. The apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives was based on the provisions of the First Illinois Constitution. Political parties were not established in the State at the time.

Contents

The 3rd General Assembly was preceded by the 2nd Illinois General Assembly, and was succeeded by the 4th Illinois General Assembly.

Members

This list is arranged by chamber, then by county. Senators and Representatives were both allotted to counties roughly by population and elected at-large within their districts. Greene and White counties shared one senator.

Senate

Bond County

  • Martin Jones
  • Crawford County

  • Daniel Parker
  • Edwards County

  • Robert Frazier
  • Gallatin County

  • Michael Jones
  • Greene County

  • George Cadwell
  • Hamilton County'

  • Thomas Sloo
  • Jackson County

  • William Boon
  • Johnson County

  • Milton Ladd
  • Madison County

  • Theophilus W. Smith
  • Monroe County

  • Joseph A. Beaird
  • Pope County

  • Lewis Barker
  • Randolph County

  • Samuel Crozier
  • 'Sangamon County

  • Stephen Stillman
  • St. Clair County

  • William Kinney
  • Union County

  • John Grammar
  • Washington County

  • Andrew Bankson
  • 'Wayne County

  • William Kinkade
  • White County

  • Leonard White
  • House of Representatives

    'Alexander County

  • William M. Alexander
  • Bond County

  • Jonathan C. Pugh
  • Clark County

  • William Lowery
  • Crawford County

  • R.C. Ford
  • David McGahey
  • Edwards County

  • G.T. Pell
  • Fayette County, Illinois

  • William Barry
  • Franklin County

  • Thomas Dorris
  • Gallatin County

  • J.G. Daimwood
  • M. Davenport
  • Greene County

  • Thomas Rattan
  • Jackson County

  • Conrad Will
  • Jefferson County

  • Zadok Casey
  • Johnson County

  • William McFatridge
  • Lawrence County

  • Abram Cairns
  • Madison County

  • Curtis Brakeman
  • George Churchill
  • E.J. West
  • Monroe County

  • William Alexander
  • Pike County

  • Nicholas Hansen (ousted)
  • John Shaw (replaced Hansen)
  • Pope County

  • Samuel Alexander
  • James A. Whiteside
  • Randolph County

  • Thomas Mather
  • John McFerron
  • Raphael Widen
  • 'Sangamon County

  • James Sims
  • St. Clair County

  • Joseph Trotier
  • Risden Moore
  • Jacob Ogle
  • Union County

  • Alexander Pope Field
  • John McIntosh
  • Washington County

  • James Turner (resigned February 18,1823)
  • Wayne County

  • Alexander Campbell
  • White County

  • John Emmett
  • George R. Logan
  • Alexander Phillips
  • Senate

  • Secretary: Thomas Lippincott
  • Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk: H.S. Dodge
  • Doorkeeper: John O. Prentice
  • House of Representatives

  • Clerk: Charles Dunn
  • Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk: H.S. Dodge, Winsted Davie
  • Doorkeeper: John Lee
  • Works cited

  • Moses, John (1892). Illinois, historical and statistical. 
  • Blue Book of the State of Illinois. 1919. 
  • References

    3rd Illinois General Assembly Wikipedia


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