Remembered best being a signer of america Declaration of Independence of 1776, this 18th-century American lawyer and person in the next Continental Congress also offered for pretty much three decades being a trustee of Princeton School. After graduating from the faculty of NJ, he studied laws in Newark and was recognized to the club in the middle 1750s. He belonged to a prominent Quaker family members. His relationship to poet Annis Boudinot led to sons called Richard and Lucius (both attorneys) and daughters called Julia, Susan, Mary, and Abigail. He and his wife had been good friends of initial United States Leader George Washington.