Person:John Rutledge (6)

m. 25 December 1738
  1. Gov. John Rutledge1739 - 1800
  2. Andrew Rutledge1740 - 1772
  3. Thomas Rutledge1741 - 1783
  4. Sarah Rutledge1742 - 1819
  5. Hugh Rutledgeabt 1745 - 1811
  6. Mary Rutledge1747 - 1832
  7. Gov. Edward Rutledge1749 - 1800
  • HGov. John Rutledge1739 - 1800
m. 23 DEC 1763
  1. Thomas Rutledge
  2. John Rutledge1765 - 1830
Facts and Events
Name Gov. John Rutledge
Gender Male
Alt Birth? 17 OCT 1738 Lynches Creek, SC
Birth[1] 17 Sep 1739 Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina, United States
Marriage 23 DEC 1763 to
Death[1] 18 Jul 1800 Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina, United States
Alt Death? 08 FEB 1803 Camden, Kershaw, SC

John Rutledge was an American statesman and judge. He was the first Governor of South Carolina following the signing of the Declaration of Independence. He was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention, and he signed the United States Constitution. He served as an Associate Justice on the U.S. Supreme Court, and was the second Chief Justice of the Court from August to December 1795. He was the elder brother of Edward Rutledge, a signatory of the Declaration of Independence.

Signers of the U.S. Constitution
Baldwin • Bassett • Bedford • Blair • Blount • Brearley • Broom • Butler • Carroll • George ClymerJonathan Dayton • Dickinson • Few • Fitzsimons • Franklin • Gilman • Gorham • Alexander Hamilton • Ingersoll • Jackson • Jenifer • Johnson • King • Langdon • William Livingston • Madison • McHnery • Mifflin • Gouverneur Morris • R. Morris • Paterson • C.C. Pinckney • C. Pinckney • Read • Rutledge • Sherman • Spaight • George Washington • Williamson • Wilson

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