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Thomas Willing
b.19 Dec 1731
d.19 Jan 1821
m. 21 JAN 1730
  1. Thomas Willing1731 - 1821
  2. Anne Willing1733 - 1812
  3. Dorothy Willing1735 - 1782
  4. Charles Willing1738 - 1788
  5. Mary Willing1740 - 1814
  6. Elizabeth Willing1742 - 1830
  7. Richard Willing1744 - 1798
  8. Abigail Willing1747 - 1791
  9. Joseph Willing1749 - 1750
  10. James Willing1751 - 1801
  11. Margaret Willing1753 - 1816
  • HThomas Willing1731 - 1821
  • WAnne McCallBef 1747 -
m. 19 Jun 1763
  1. Ann Willing1764 - 1801
  2. Charles Willing1766 - 1799
  3. Elizabeth Willing1768 - 1858
  4. Thomas Wayne WillingAbt 1769 -
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Name Thomas Willing
Gender Male
Birth[1] 19 Dec 1731
Marriage 19 Jun 1763 Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United Statesto Anne McCall
Death[1] 19 Jan 1821


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Thomas Willing (December 19, 1731 – January 19, 1821) was an American merchant and financier and a Delegate to the Continental Congress from Pennsylvania.

Thomas Willing was born in Philadelphia, the son of Charles Willing, who twice served as mayor of Philadelphia, and Anne Shippen, granddaughter of Edward Shippen, who was the second mayor of Philadelphia. Thomas completed preparatory studies in Bath, England, then studied law in London at the Inner Temple. In 1749, he returned to Philadelphia, where he engaged in mercantile pursuits, in partnership with Robert Morris, until 1793.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Thomas Willing, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).