Person in the Democratic Republican Party who all served being a U.S. Representative from Delaware from 1795 to 1797. He was the representative from Delaware on the Continental Congress aswell. He worked being a farmer and was an initial lieutenant in the next Company of the very first Delaware Regiment at the start from the American Groundbreaking Battle. He was a dynamic person in the Philadelphia Culture for marketing Agriculture. He was wedded to Ann Haslet until her loss of life and then wedded Mary Miller Loockerman. He was a politician while George Washington was an associate from the U.S. Congress.