The Political Graveyard: A Database of American History
Indiana: House of Representatives

Members of the Indiana Territory House of Representatives, 1805-16 (May be incomplete!)
Davis Floyd 1805-06 Benjamin Parke 1805 Jesse B. Thomas 1805-08 James Beggs 1807-09 John Caldwell 1810-11 Dennis Pennington 1810 James Dill 1811-13 Thomas Downs 1811 William Hoggatt 1811 Washington Johnston 1811 Peter Jones 1811 William McFarland 1811 Richard Rue 1811 John Templeton 1811 James Brown 1812-13 William Graham 1812 Dennis Pennington 1812-16 William Hendricks 1813-14 Jesse Lynch Holman 1813 Isaac Montgomery 1813 James Noble 1813-14 Charles Beggs 1814-15 Ratliff Boon 1814-15 Ezra Ferris 1814-15 William Polke 1814-15 Joseph Holman 1815

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1814: Joseph Holman, defeated.
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