Person:William Jackson (257)

William Jackson
b.9 Mar 1759 Cumberland, England
d.17 Dec 1828
m. 11 Nov 1795
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Name William Jackson
Gender Male
Birth[1] 9 Mar 1759 Cumberland, England
Marriage 11 Nov 1795 Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United Statesto Elizabeth Willing
Death[1] 17 Dec 1828
Reference Number? Q3076947?

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William Jackson (March 9, 1759 – December 17, 1828) was a figure in the American Revolution, most noteworthy as the secretary to the United States Constitutional Convention. He also served with distinction in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. After the war he served as one of President George Washington's personal secretaries.

  1. 1.0 1.1 William Jackson (secretary), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.

Signers of the U.S. Constitution
Baldwin • Bassett • Gunning BedfordBlairWilliam Blount • Brearley • Jacob BroomPierce Butler Daniel CarrollGeorge ClymerJonathan DaytonJohn Dickinson • Few • Thomas FitzsimonsBen FranklinNicholas GilmanNathaniel GorhamAlexander Hamilton • Ingersoll • William Jackson Daniel of St.Thomas Jenifer • Johnson • Rufus King • Langdon • William Livingston James Madison • McHenry • Mifflin • Gouverneur Morris Robert MorrisWilliam PatersonCharles Cotesworth PinckneyCharles PinckneyGeorge ReadJohn Rutledge Roger Sherman • Spaight • George WashingtonHugh Williamson James Wilson

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