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Thomas McKean

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The next Governor of Pennsylvania from 1799 to 1808 who also served as the Chief executive of Delaware and Main Justice of Pennsylvania. He was an associate of both Federalist and Democratic-Republican celebrations. He began monitoring Legislation when he was sixteen, and was accepted to the Pub of the low Counties in 1755. McKean Region, Pennsylvania is known as after him and he was a delegate towards the Continental Congress where he authorized america Declaration of Self-reliance as well as the Articles of Confederation. He was wedded to Mary Borden from 1763 until her loss of life in 1773, and collectively that they had six kids. Later on he remarried Sarah Armitage in 1774, plus they experienced four kids. He served inside a militia unit produced by Benjamin Franklin in 1747.

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Full Name Thomas McKean
Date Of Birth March 19, 1734
Died June 24, 1817, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Place Of Birth New London, PA
Profession Politician
Education Middle Temple
Nationality American
Spouse Sarah Armitage, Mary Borden
Children Sarah MacKean
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