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List of delegates to the Maryland Constitutional Convention (1776)

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List of delegates to the Maryland Constitutional Convention (1776)

The final session of the revolutionary Annapolis Convention in 1776 served as Maryland's first constitutional convention. They drafted a declaration of rights and a constitution for the state. This List of Delegates reports the men who made up the convention, and the counties or towns they represented. Delegates were:

Name County
Represented
John Archer Harford County
Richard Barnes St. Mary's County
William Bayly, Jr. Frederick County
Samuel Beall Frederick County
Smith Bishop Worcester County
Jacob Bond Harford County
Walter Bowie Cecil County
William Bruff Queen Anne's County
Charles Carroll Anne Arundel County
Charles Carroll of Carrollton Annapolis
Peter Chaille Worcester County
James Lloyd Chamberlaine Talbot County
Jeremiah Townley Chase Baltimore Town
Samuel Chase Anne Arundel County
Thomas Cockey Deye Baltimore County
John Dent Charles County
Henry Dickinson Caroline County
Joseph Earle Kent County
Christopher Edelen Frederick County
Pollard Edmondson Talbot County
John Ennalls Dorchester County
Joseph Ennalls Dorchester County
Patrick Ewing Cecil County
Ignatius Fenwick St. Mary's County
Adam Fischer Frederick County
William Fitzhugh Calvert County
John Gibson Talbot County
Joseph Gilpin Cecil County
Robert Goldsborough Dorchester County
Charles Grahame Calvert County
Benjamin Hall Prince George's County
John Hall Anne Arundel County
Samuel Handy Worcester County
Rezin Hammond Anne Arundel County
Robert Townshend Hooe Charles County
William Horsey Somerset County
Samuel Hughes Frederick County
Thomas Johnson Caroline County
Jeremiah Jordan St. Mary's County
James Kent Queen Anne's County
Thomas Sim Lee Prince George's County
John Love Harford County
Henry Lowes Somerset County
Benjamin Mackall IV Calvert County
John MacKall Calvert County
Luke Marbury Prince George's County
Richard Mason Caroline County
Josiah E. Mitchell Worcester County
James Murray Dorchester County
William Paca Annapolis
John Parnham Charles County
George Plater St. Mary's County
Nathaniel Potter Caroline County
John Purnell Robins Worcester County
William Richardson Caroline County
Charles Ridgely Baltimore County
Thomas Ringgold Kent County
William Ringgold Kent County
Henry Schnebeley Frederick County
George Scott Somerset County
Gustavus Scott Somerset County
Thomas Semmens Charles County
Peter Shepherd Baltimore County
Upton Sheredine Frederick County
David Shriver Frederick County
David Smith Cecil County
John Smith Baltimore Town
Thomas Smyth Kent County
John Stevenson Baltimore County
Osborn Sprigg Prince George's County
John Stull Frederick County
Matthew Tilghman, Chairman Talbot County
Elisha Williams Frederick County
Jonathan Willson Frederick County
Henry Wilson, Jr. Harford County
Thomas Sprigg Wootton Frederick County
Brice T.B. Worthington Anne Arundel County
Solomon Wright Queen Anne's County
Turbutt Wright Queen Anne's County

External links

  • State of Maryland: Maryland State Archives: Archives of Maryland Historical List Constitutional Convention, 1776
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