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  1. George Read (September 18, 1733 – September 21, 1798) was an American politician from New Castle in New Castle County, Delaware. He was a Continental Congressman from Delaware, a delegate to the U.S. Constitutional Convention of 1787, president of Delaware, and a member of the Federalist Party.

  2. 28 de dic. de 2023 · George Read — A Founding Father from Delaware. September 18, 1733–September 21, 1798. George Read was a lawyer and statesman from Delaware who is most famous for signing the Declaration of Independence, despite voting against the Lee Resolution. Read also served as the Governor of Delaware and Chief Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court.

  3. George Read was born on his family farm near North East, Cecil County, Maryland in 1733. He attended a school in Chester, Pennsylvania then the Philadelphia Academy under Doctor Allison at New London. At fifteen he graduated and proceeded to study law at the office of John Moland in Philadelphia. He was admitted to the Philadelphia Bar in 1753.

  4. 18 de may. de 2012 · George Read (September 18, 1733 – September 21, 1798) was a delegate from the colony of Delaware selected to go to the First Continental Congress and the Second Continental Congress. It was during the Second Continental Congress that he became infamous for signing the Declaration of Independence.

  5. 18 de feb. de 2020 · March 4, 2020. George Read was a lawyer, Delaware Congressman, and signer of the Declaration of Independence. He was a servant to the United States for almost all of his adult life, and he was one of our founding fathers. Early Life. Read was born on September 18, 1733 in Cecil County, Maryland.

  6. 2 de abr. de 2024 · George Read holds a unique distinction among the founding fathers. He is one of two to sign the Petition to the King from the First Continental Congress in 1774, the Declaration of Independence, and the U.S. Constitution.

  7. George Read. September Highlight: The Declaration and the Constitution. September 4, 2017. When the engrossed parchment copies of the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were installed at the National Archives on December 15, 1952, President Harry S. Truman connected the two documents as follows: