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Party affiliation - 24th Legislature

  Totals based on membership as of first day of the regular session, January 8, 1895

House of Representatives
Democrats in the House of Representatives[ 103 of 127 81%]
Charles A. Allen
Robert B. Allen
T.T.D. Andrews
William T. Armistead
Vince R.C. Avery
John H. Bailey
J.D. Bass
B.B. Beaird
James Henry Beall, Sr.
Robert E. Bertram
R.F. Blair
William R. Bounds
William A. Bramlette
Alexander Franklin Brigance
Joseph F. Brown
John Bumpass
Frank H. Burmeister
S.P. Burns
B.F. Cameron
J. Lee Carpenter
J.M. Chambers
Daniel Darroch
L. Travis Dashiell
Jonathan Davis
Byron Drew
Robert C. Duff
B.Q. Evans
Simpson Evans
Andras E. Falke
James Feagin
Bayliss Fletcher
W.H. Freeman
David C. Giddings, Jr.
W. E. Gilliland
T.H. Good
J.R. Gough
A.H. Graham
James Greer
R.D. Harrell
Yancy Harrison
Travis Henderson
M.G. Jackson
Tom Jennings
William Joseph
John Kennedy
Bunyon King
Charles Langhammer
Lewis D. Lillard
David Lindsey
John Logan
John H. Long
A.L. Love
William Maroney
Isaiah Luciano Martin
R.W. Martin
Robert Martindale
Samuel McBride
Andrew Todd McKinney
Atkins McLemore
Seth P. Mills
J.D. Mitchell
John Monroe
Roger Moody
John M. Moore
William F. Moore
B.W. Morris
O.R. Morrison
William Murchison
Howard F. O'Neal
William Orr
A.C. Owsley
D.E. Patterson
William M. Peck
John B. Peyton
William Plemons
Robert Ragsdale
John Reiger
Abe Rhodes
John W. Robbins
Ben Rogers
Robert Roy
Jonathon Rudd
Francis William Seabury
W.P. Sebastian
H.F. Smith
Richard M. Smith
Robert A. Smith
Thomas Slater Smith
P.S. Sowell
James Spillane
J.H. Spivey
Shelby Strange
Charles Stubbs
E.R. Tarver
Cullen Thomas
William Townsend
G.B. Turner
W.W. Turney
Robert H. Ward
John A. Wayland
James K. Wester
Thomas B. Williams
William Augustus Wurzbach
 
Republicans in the House of Representatives[ 2 of 127 2%]
Robert L. Smith
John C. Speckels, Jr.
 
Other parties in the House of Representatives[ 22 of 127 17%]
J. F. Barron
Jesse Burney
J.W. Carson
J.R. Cocke
William E. Cureton
M.A. Drinkard
T.L. Edwards
T.J. Floyd
S.T. Foster
M.L. Huddleston
T. Peyt McNeill
J.M. McWilliams
J.M. Nix
John O'Connor
Peter Radford
Lightfoot L. Rhodes
V.B. Ritter
Tillman K. Seago
Z.B. Stokes
James M. Townsen
T.R. Watkins
William Whitacre
Senate
Democrats in the Senate[ 28 of 30 93%]
E.L. Agnew
E.A. Atlee
William J. Bailey
J.A. Beall
Thomas E. Boren
O.P. Bowser
Oscar B. Colquitt
Miles Crowley
John M. Dean
J.B. Dibrell
James W. Dickson
R.D. Gage
D.F. Goss
Robert A. Greer
L.S. Lawhon
Perry J. Lewis
W.P. McComb
James M. McKinney
J.M. Presler
B.F. Rogers
J.H. Shelburne
J.S. Sherrill
Friench Simpson
Emory C. Smith
R.E. Steele
Walter Tips
Benjamin Whitaker
J.D. Woods
 
 
Other parties in the Senate[ 2 of 30 7%]
James L. Darwin
William L. Harrison

Districts represented by more than one person
H District 1 R.D. Harrell Democrat 01/08/1895 - 03/10/1895  
H District 1 F.M. Brooks Unaffiliated 04/16/1895 - 01/12/1897   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 6 William F. Moore Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 6 Travis Henderson Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 7 William A. Bramlette Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 7 J. Lee Carpenter Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 8 Simpson Evans Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 8 William M. Peck Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 8 David Simmons Democrat 01/15/1895 - 01/12/1897   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 14 J.R. Gough Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 14 James Greer Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 36 David Lindsey Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 36 B.F. Cameron Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 37 John Kennedy Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 37 William Maroney Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 38 Andrew Todd McKinney Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 38 John B. Peyton Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 39 Charles Stubbs Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 39 James Spillane Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 40 Robert C. Duff Democrat 01/08/1895 - 02/14/1895  
H District 40 Nathan Haller Republican 02/14/1895 - 01/12/1897   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 41 William Joseph Democrat 01/08/1895 - 02/15/1895  
H District 41 Arthur Tompkins Republican 02/15/1895 - 01/12/1897   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 45 John C. Speckels, Jr. Republican 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 45 Andras E. Falke Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 50 A.H. Graham Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 50 Robert H. Ward Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 65 D.E. Patterson Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 65 Shelby Strange Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 66 Cullen Thomas Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 66 Seth P. Mills Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 73 William Orr Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 73 John Reiger Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 73 Robert B. Allen Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 78 Robert Roy Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 78 T.T.D. Andrews Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 85 Francis William Seabury Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 85 John Monroe Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 89 R.F. Blair Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 89 John O'Connor Populist 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 96 Isaiah Luciano Martin Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 96 W.W. Turney Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 98 Daniel Darroch Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
H District 98 Samuel McBride Democrat 01/08/1895 - 01/12/1897  
S District 17 Miles Crowley Democrat 01/10/1893 - 03/01/1895  
S District 17 Morris Lasker Democrat 04/18/1895 - 01/12/1897   Not included in the statistics above.

Members not listed above
S District 7 R.N. Stafford Democrat 01/21/1895 - 01/10/1899   Not included in the statistics above.