American politician who represented SC in the U.S. Home of Associates and offered as Governor of SC from 1787 to 1789. He also offered as U.S. Minister to THE UK from 1792 to 1796. He was informed at Oxford in the uk and continuing his education in France before time for america to aid the trend. He offered as a significant in the Continental Military and a significant General in america Military and fought in both American Revolution as well as the Battle of 1812. He was initially wedded to Elizabeth Motte and later on wedded to her sister, Francis Motte. He previously two sons. He was a presidential applicant in 1796 and was regarded as a potential operating partner for John Adams, the eventual victor.