Alabama 1821 U.S. House of Representatives

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
Alabama 1821 U.S. House of Representatives
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Gabriel Moore, George W. Owen, Silas Dinsmoor, Elizah Montgomery
Candidates: Gabriel Moore[1]George W. OwenSilas DinsmoorElizah Montgomery
Final Result: 1099655484841
Autauga County1114002-
Baldwin County2715911
Bibb County282222--
Blount County[2]60337838-
Clarke County40220523-
Conecuh County[3][4]3159316-
Dallas County2425863-
Franklin County4381172-
Greene County[5]32810623-
Henry County[6]----
Jackson County[7]99725-
Lauderdale County4211361-
Lawrence County844924-
Limestone County[8]9201656-
Madison County16913859-
Marengo County[9]11818434-
Marion County145130-
Mobile County90731-
Monroe County1226036-
Montgomery County271474--
Morgan County696782-
Perry County278819-
Pickens County47---
Saint Claire County57871-
Shelby County25387--
Tuscaloosa County[10]816109103-
Washington County197117136-
Wilcox County4818329-


[2]Includes Jefferson County.
[3]Includes Butler County.
[4]The Original Election Returns list George W. Owen with 539 votes.
[5]The Original Election Returns list the votes of Greene and Marengo Counties together.
[6]No returns have been found for Henry County.
[7]The Alabama Republican of August 10, 1821 lists Gabriel Moore with 999 votes.
[8]The Alabama Republican of August 10, 1821 does not list any votes for Silas Dinsmoor.
[9]The Original Election Returns list the votes of Greene and Marengo Counties together.
[10]The Original Election Returns list Gabriel Moore with 863 votes.


Original Election Returns. Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery.
Alabama Republican (Huntsville, AL). August 10, 1821.
The Halcyon and Tombeckbe Public Advertiser (Saint Stephens, AL). August 18, 1821.

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Phil's original notebook pages that were used to compile this election. These notes are considered a draft of the electronic version. Therefore, the numbers may not match. To verify numbers you will need to check the original sources cited. Some original source material is available at the American Antiquarian Society).

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