Montgomery County in the NY State Senate

1748 - 1879

From: The History of Montgomery and Fulton Counties, by F.W. Beers, 1878.




Under the first State constitution New York was divided into four senatorial districts, Montgomery county being part of the IVth. Under the constitution of 1821, there were eight districts, each represented by four senators: one elected each year. Under the constitution of 1846, the thirty-two senators represent as many separate districts, and the whole number are elected on alternate years. Since the adoption of this constitution, the district including Montgomery, Fulton, Hamilton, Saratoga and Schenectady counties, has been represented as shown by the subjoined table:"


YearName
1848
Blair, Joseph
1850-1
Fox, Geo. H. and John Sandford;
the first of whom resigned soon after his election
1852-3
Snow, Simon
1854-5
Yost, George
1856-7
Bellinger, Frederick P.
1858-9
Scott, George G.
1860-1
Blood, Isaiah
1862
Willard, John
1863
Clark, William
1864-5
Cook, James H.
1866-7
Kline, Adam W.
1868-9
Stanford, Charles
1870-1
Blood, Isaiah
1872-3
Fuller, Isaiah
1874-9
Wagner, Webster



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