Person:Carter Braxton (1)

m. 1736
  1. Carter Braxton1736 - 1797
m. 16 JUL 1755
m. 1760
Facts and Events
Name Carter Braxton
Gender Male
Birth? 10 SEP 1736 "Newington", King & Queen County Virginia
Alt Birth[1] 16 Sep 1736 King and Queen, Virginia, United States
Marriage 16 JUL 1755 Middlesex County, Virginiato Judith Robinson
Marriage 1760 to Elizabeth Tayloe Corbin
Death[1] 10 Oct 1797 'Chericoke', King William County, Virginia


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Carter Braxton (September 10, 1736 – October 10, 1797) was a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence, as well as a merchant, planter, and Virginia politician. A grandson of Robert “King” Carter, one of the wealthiest and most powerful landowners and slaveholders in the Old Dominion, Carter Braxton was active in Virginia's legislature for more than 25 years, generally allied with Landon Carter, Benjamin Harrison, Edmund Pendleton and other conservative slaveholders.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Carter Braxton, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).
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