Name those born in Caswell County, North Carolina who served in the United States House of Representatives.
Bartlett Yancey, Jr. (1785-1828) served 1813-1817
Romulus Mitchell Saunders (1791-1867) served 1821-1827
John Hosea Kerr (1873-1958) served 1923-1953
Robert Williams. While not born in Caswell County, as such did not exist at the time, mention should be made of Robert Williams (1766-1836) who apparently was born in that part of Orange County, North Carolina, that became Caswell County. Robert Williams served in the United States House of Representatives 1797-1803. He later was appointed Territorial Governor of the Mississippi Territory by President Thomas Jefferson.
Marmaduke Williams. Similarly, Marmaduke Williams (1772-1850), brother of the Robert Williams discussed above, appears to have been born in that part of Orange County that eventually formed Caswell County. He served 1803-1809 in the United States House of Representatives. He moved to Alabama and became a judge.
John Kerr, Jr. And, some Caswellians claim John Kerr, Jr., (1811-1879) as a Congressman. However, while he did indeed live in Yanceyville and represent Caswell County 1853-1855, he was born in Halifax County, Virginia. I rests at the First Baptist Church in Yanceyville.