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Party affiliation - 25th Legislature

  Totals based on membership as of first day of the regular session, January 12, 1897

House of Representatives
Democrats in the House of Representatives[ 117 of 128 91%]
J.D. Alexander
Benjamin P. Ayres
John H. Bailey
Napoleon Bonaparte Barbee
Flavius Josepheus Barrett
Benjamin B. Beaird
Benjamin Franklin Bean
Andrew J. Bell
L.M. Benson
Robert E. Bertram
Albert Bird
W.P. Blackburn
R.F. Blair
William R. Bounds
John H. Boyd
John A. Brewster
John Browne
John Bumpass
Simon Pierce Burns
James Callan
J. Lee Carpenter
Oliver P. Carswell
J.D. Childs
George Wynne Collier
William Silas Conoly
James L. Crawford
H.E. Crowley
John Thomas Currey
L. Travis Dashiell
William Luther Dean
John Henry Hutchings Dennis
Henry Dickinson
William W. Dies
James M. Dorroh
C.C. Doyle
Byron Drew
B.Q. Evans
Simpson Evans
A.W. Ewing
Julian C. Feild
William Abner Fields
Armistead Stone Fisher
A.B. Flint
W.H. Freeman
Thomas Garrison
Frederic Moses Gilbough
T.H. Good
William Hugh Graham
S.H. Green
Pryor Harris
Preston Henderson
Alexander Hensley
J.B. Hill
L.D. Hill
Wesley Mastin Holland
Joseph Humphrey
Sam T. Jones
James Kimbell
Joseph Kirk
Lewis D. Lillard
John M. Logan
Frank Lotto
John Love
Henry W. Manson
Robert W. Martin
Oliver Maxwell
Thomas Carlysle McFarland
William McGaughey
William Cooper McKamy
George W. McKellar
John Calvin Meade
W.T. Melton
Levi Mercer
John Matthew Moore
William F. Moore
Alfred William Morris
Basley Neighbors
John O'Connor
Absolom C. Oliver
Daniel Edwin Patterson
Terry Peery
Somers Pfeuffer
John Pitts
John Wilson Porter
J.F. Randolph
John Reiger
James Reubell
Henry Tolbert Rhea
John W. Robbins
Edgar Rogan
Ben Rogers
Jonathon Rudd
George Washington Savage
F.A. Schlick
Francis William Seabury
Eugene H.W. Shelburne
Henry Clay Shropshire
James Sluder
Rawleigh Smyth
Martin Stamper
Sidney Lee Staples
Joseph S. Strother
Calvin Thaxton
J.R. Thomas
S.A. Thompson
Nathaniel H. Tracy
John Thomas Tucker
Daniel McNeill Turner
Thadeus Frank Vaughan
W.B. Wall
F.B. Wallace
Robert Hamilton Ward
James Welch
F.E. Wilcox
Thomas B. Williams
Jacob Wolters
Andrew Wood
 
Republicans in the House of Representatives[ 3 of 128 2%]
James Henry Edwards
Robert L. Smith
Guy E. Vaughan
 
Other parties in the House of Representatives[ 8 of 128 6%]
Ira Monroe Bennett
Jesse Green Burney
William E. Cureton
Samuel Ely Holland
Uriah Jackson Morton
Francis Mundine
William Asburry Skillern
Z.B. Stokes
Senate
Democrats in the Senate[ 26 of 29 90%]
William J. Bailey
James Andrew Beall
Thomas E. Boren
Oliver P. Bowser
Oscar B. Colquitt
Joseph Burton Dibrell, Jr.
Demosthenes Franklin Goss
James Rowland Gough
Abnus Bailey Kerr
Perry J. Lewis
E.D. Linn
John E. Linn
Simon J. Morriss
George D. Neal
J.M. Presler
B.F. Rogers
Robert L. Ross
Robert N. Stafford
Heber Stone
Charles Vernon Terrell
Henry A. Tillett
William Ward Turney
John A. Wayland
James Dinwiddie Woods
James E. Yantis
William Dick Yett
 
Republicans in the Senate[ 1 of 29 3%]
Waller T. Burns
 
Other parties in the Senate[ 2 of 29 7%]
James Lewis Darwin
William L. Harrison

Districts represented by more than one person
H District 6 William F. Moore Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 6 John Love Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 7 J. Lee Carpenter Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 7 John Calvin Meade Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 8 Simpson Evans Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 8 James Reubell Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 8 Julian C. Feild Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 14 Thadeus Frank Vaughan Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 14 F.E. Wilcox Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 36 George Wynne Collier Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 36 William W. Dies Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 37 John Browne Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 37 Wesley Mastin Holland Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 38 Benjamin Franklin Bean Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 38 Alfred William Morris Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 39 Pryor Harris Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 39 Frederic Moses Gilbough Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 45 Jacob Wolters Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 45 F.A. Schlick Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 50 L.D. Hill Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 50 Robert Hamilton Ward Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 54 Ira Monroe Bennett Populist 01/12/1897 - 02/04/1897  
H District 54 Alexander Franklin Brigance Democrat 02/04/1897 - 01/10/1899   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 65 L.M. Benson Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 65 Daniel Edwin Patterson Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 66 Albert Bird Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 66 James Sluder Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 73 William Cooper McKamy Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 73 John Reiger Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 73 Joseph S. Strother Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 78 F.B. Wallace Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 78 Benjamin P. Ayres Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 85 James Henry Edwards Republican 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 85 Francis William Seabury Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 89 John O'Connor Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 89 R.F. Blair Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 96 S.A. Thompson Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 96 James Welch Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 98 Somers Pfeuffer Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  
H District 98 Basley Neighbors Democrat 01/12/1897 - 01/10/1899  

Members not listed above
S District 23 Edwin Augustus Atlee, Sr. Democrat 01/13/1897 - 01/08/1901   Not included in the statistics above.
S District 14 George C. Greer Democrat 01/18/1897 - 01/08/1901   Not included in the statistics above.