American Anti-Federalist politician and Founding Dad who represented Virginia on the U.S. Constitutional Convention and performed a key function in formulating america Bill of Privileges. He practiced laws and became a justice from the Fairfax State Court before getting elected towards the Virginia Home of Burgesses in 1759. Although he was a slave owner, he was and only finishing the slave trade in america (although definitely not slavery being a practice). He was wedded to Ann Eilbeck from 1750 until her loss of life in 1773; the few had twelve kids together. He afterwards wedded Sarah Brent. He collaborated with upcoming United States Leader James Madison in the formulation from the Bill of Privileges.