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Colony and Dominion of Virginia
   was represented by   
Benjamin Harrison V
Age 48. He was a Virginia Planter and Politician. Father of future US President William Henry Harrison and great-grandfather of US President Benjamin Harrison.
Colony and Dominion of Virginia
   was represented by   
Edmund Pendleton
Age 53. Lawyer, politician and judge. President of the Virginia Convention which authorized Virginia's signing of the Declaration of Independence.
Colony and Dominion of Virginia
   was represented by   
George Washington
Age 52. Planter, surveyor and soldier in The French and Indian War. Leader Of The Colonial Army in The American Revolution. 1st US President.
Colony and Dominion of Virginia
   was represented by   
Patrick Henry
Age 48. Politician, First Governor of Virginia. Famous quote: "I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!"
Colony and Dominion of Virginia
   was represented by   
Peyton Randolph
Age 53. Lawyer, former colonial Virginia Attorney General and Member of The House of Burgesses. First President Of The Continental Congress.
Colony and Dominion of Virginia
   was represented by   
Richard Bland
Age 74. Planter and statesman. Member of The House of Burgesses. Wrote a paper "An Inquiry Into The Rights Of The British Colonies" in 1766.
Colony and Dominion of Virginia
   was represented by   
Richard Henry Lee
Age 52. Justice Of The Peace and elected to The House of Burgesses in 1761.
Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
   was represented by   
Samuel Ward
Age 49. Farmer, shop keeper and statesman. Colonial Governor of Rhode Island. Great-grandfather of Julia Ward Howe author of "The Battle Hymn Of The Republic."
Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
   was represented by   
Stephen Hopkins
Age 67. Statesman and 9 term colonial governor of Rhode Island. Served as chancellor of Rhode Island College (Brown University) 1764-1785.
Connecticut Colony
   was represented by   
Eliphalet Dyer
Age 53. Statesman and jurist. Delegate to the Stamp Act Congress in 1765.
Connecticut Colony
   was represented by   
Roger Sherman
Age 53. Only one of two to sign The Articles of Association, Declaration Of Independence, Articles of Confederation & US Constitution.
Connecticut Colony
   was represented by   
Silas Deane
Age 36. One of the accredited commissioners to France along with Ben Franklin and Arthur Lee to gain French assistance during the Revolutionary War.
Maryland
   was represented by   
Matthew Tilghman
Maryland
   was represented by   
Robert Goldsborough
Maryland
   was represented by   
Samuel Chase
Maryland
   was represented by   
Thomas Johnson
Maryland
   was represented by   
William Paca
New Castle, Kent, and Sussex, on Delaware
   was represented by   
Caesar Rodney
New Castle, Kent, and Sussex, on Delaware
   was represented by   
George Read
New Castle, Kent, and Sussex, on Delaware
   was represented by   
Thomas McKean
Province of Massachusetts Bay
   was represented by   
John Adams
Province of Massachusetts Bay
   was represented by   
Robert Treat Paine
Province of Massachusetts Bay
   was represented by   
Samuel Adams
Province of Massachusetts Bay
   was represented by   
Thomas Cushing
Province of New Hampshire
   was represented by   
John Sullivan
Province of New Hampshire
   was represented by   
Nathaniel Folsom
Province of New Jersey
   was represented by   
James Kinsey
Province of New Jersey
   was represented by   
John De Hart
Province of New Jersey
   was represented by   
Richard Smith
Province of New Jersey
   was represented by   
Stephen Crane
Province of New Jersey
   was represented by   
William Livingston
Province of New York
   was represented by   
Henry Wisner
County of Orange
Province of New York
   was represented by   
Isaac Low
Province of New York
   was represented by   
James Duane
Province of New York
   was represented by   
John Alsop
Province of New York
   was represented by   
John Haring
County of Orange
Province of New York
   was represented by   
John Jay
Province of New York
   was represented by   
Philip Livingston
Province of New York
   was represented by   
Simon Boerum
County of Kings
Province of New York
   was represented by   
William Floyd
County of Suffolk
Province of North Carolina
   was represented by   
Joseph Hewes
Province of North Carolina
   was represented by   
Richard Caswell
Province of North Carolina
   was represented by   
William Hooper
Province of Pennsylvania
   was represented by   
Charles Humphreys
Province of Pennsylvania
   was represented by   
Edward Biddle
Province of Pennsylvania
   was represented by   
George Ross
Province of Pennsylvania
   was represented by   
John Dickinson
Province of Pennsylvania
   was represented by   
John Morton
Province of Pennsylvania
   was represented by   
Joseph Galloway
Province of Pennsylvania
   was represented by   
Samuel Rhoads
Province of Pennsylvania
   was represented by   
Thomas Mifflin
Province of South Carolina
   was represented by   
Christopher Gadsden
Province of South Carolina
   was represented by   
Edward Rutledge
Province of South Carolina
   was represented by   
Henry Middleton
Province of South Carolina
   was represented by   
John Rutledge
Province of South Carolina
   was represented by   
Thomas Lynch, Jr.


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Allan R. Matthes








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