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Party affiliation - 28th Legislature

  Totals based on membership as of first day of the regular session, January 13, 1903

House of Representatives
Democrats in the House of Representatives[ 127 of 130 98%]
J.S. Ainsworth
James Monroe Alderdice
Dan J. Anthony
Joseph W. Baines
Alva Pearl Barrett
Benjamin Franklin Bean
Leander Taylor Beaty
John J. Bennett
William Meredith Blalock
John William Bolin
Samuel R. Boyd
H.P. Brelsford
William Wade Bridgers
George W. Brown
W. Dorsey Brown
John L. Browne
William John Bryan
William Jackson Bryant
Chris B. Callan
Elvis Abner Calvin
Hervey Edgar Chesley
Thomas Cobbs
Tom Connally
James D. Cottrell
John E. Crawford
Silas R. Crawford
John Cunningham
George F. Daugherty
John Wesley Davis
Sam M. Davis
Robert Crews Duff
Robert Marion Edwards
Patrick Egan
Edward F. English
James L. Fountain
Godfrey Rees Fowler
William P. Gibbs
H. Taylor Gilliam
Charlie Cantrel Glenn
G.S. 'Buck' Gray
John Green
George B. Griggs
J. Nelson Grisham
Frank Benton Guinn
Lon A. Hagan
Curtis Hancock
Edward Francisco Harris
John Boyle Hemphill
Seaborn Jones Hendrick, Jr.
William M. Hodges
Walter Richardson Holsey
Rockwell Hoskins
Claude Benton Hudspeth
James Hurt
Samuel Jackson Isaacks
Phil Jackson
John M. Johnson
J. Ras Jones
William M. Knight
John Kubena
Ferg Kyle
John E. Linn
Thomas Bell Love
Theodore Low
William Henry Marsh
Richard Mays
McDonald Meachum
Max Meitzen
Vernon Middlebrook
George Stephen Miller
William Jackson Miller
Horace Stewart Moran
Andrew C. Murray
William Owen Murray
Jesse Murrell
Thomas Napier
Pat Morris Neff
Hayne Nelms
James O. Nicholson
W.B. O'Quinn
John Frank Onion
Christopher Columbus Pearson
John Lowery Peeler
Emmett Perry
Edward Brown Pickett
William Pierson
Thomas Joel Ponton
William T. Potter
Burrell Anderson Ragland
Sidney Ramsey
Jerry Randolph
James W. Reese
Elmer A. Rice
John Mitchell Rieger
John Clarke Roberts
Huling P. Robertson
William Robertson
William Collin Rochelle
John Rowland
William Jarvis Russell
Morgan Sanders
J.R. Sanford
F.A. Schlick
Louis Schluter
Francis William Seabury
Hal Sevier
William Tecumseh Shannon
Emory C. Smith
Isaac Standifer
Aubrey Stell
Clarence Emory Stewart
C.C. Stokes
John W. Stollenwerck, Sr.
Joseph S. Strother
Gayle Talbot
Alexander Watkins Terrell
Henry Berryman Terrell
Joshua Franklin A. Tharp
Walter Timon
George A. Trice
William B. Ware
Ferdinand Carl Weinert
William D. Williams
James Coleman Witcher
James Dinwiddie Woods
Joseph Richard Wooten
Joseph Worsham
 
Republicans in the House of Representatives[ 1 of 130 1%]
Oliver Schuble York
 
Other parties in the House of Representatives[ 2 of 130 2%]
Edward Tarkington
Henry M. Nowlin
Senate
Democrats in the Senate[ 31 of 31 100%]
John Thomas Beaty
Charles L. Brachfield
T.M. Cain
Asbury Bascom Davidson
Robert Vance Davidson
Davis Evan Decker
Astyanax M. Douglass
James Henry Faubion
J.J. Faulk
Joseph Faust
Archibald Grinnan
J.M. Hale
William Arthur Hanger
James Lee Harbison
Alfred John Harper
Travis Clack Henderson
Marshall Hicks
J.W. Hill
Abner Gaines Lipscomb
Robert W. Martin
William Cooper McKamy
Seth Phineas Mills
Alfred William Morris
James Patteson
David Augustus Paulus
James I. Perkins
George Washington Savage
William Petit Sebastian
Robert N. Stafford
John G. Willacy
James Robert Wilson
 
 

Districts represented by more than one person
H District 4 William M. Hodges Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 4 Elvis Abner Calvin Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 19 Sam M. Davis Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 19 W.B. O'Quinn Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 23 John E. Linn Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 23 Edward Francisco Harris Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 24 Patrick Egan Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 24 Rockwell Hoskins Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 24 George B. Griggs Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 26 Hayne Nelms Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 26 William D. Adair Democrat 01/14/1903 - 01/10/1905   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 33 William Pierson Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 33 Oliver Mulkey Democrat 01/14/1903 - 01/10/1905   Not included in the statistics above.
H District 34 John Cunningham Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 34 Alva Pearl Barrett Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 35 James Coleman Witcher Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 35 Isaac Standifer Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 35 James Dinwiddie Woods Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 36 James D. Cottrell Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 36 J. Nelson Grisham Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 37 Joseph S. Strother Democrat 01/13/1903 - 09/15/1903  
H District 37 Thomas Bell Love Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 37 Curtis Hancock Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 39 John Boyle Hemphill Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 39 James Monroe Alderdice Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 40 Walter Richardson Holsey Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 40 Richard Mays Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 61 John Lowery Peeler Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 61 Alexander Watkins Terrell Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 68 Pat Morris Neff Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 68 Henry Berryman Terrell Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 69 J.S. Ainsworth Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 69 Tom Connally Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 70 William Tecumseh Shannon Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 70 Huling P. Robertson Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 72 Samuel R. Boyd Democrat 01/13/1903 - 10/18/1904  
H District 72 John W. Stollenwerck, Sr. Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 78 Clarence Emory Stewart Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 78 William D. Williams Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 92 John Frank Onion Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 92 Chris B. Callan Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 92 Thomas Cobbs Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 95 William Jarvis Russell Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  
H District 95 Francis William Seabury Democrat 01/13/1903 - 01/10/1905  

Members not listed above
H District 108 Less L. Hudson Democrat 03/02/1903 - 01/10/1905   Not included in the statistics above.