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Died in Annapolis, February 10, 1792. Buried at Sotterley, St. Mary's
John H. Stone, Federalist, 1794-1797. Born in Charles County in
1746, the son of David and — (Jenifer) Stone. Episcopalian.
Married Mary Couden. Died in Annapolis, October 6, 1804. Thought to
have been buried in Annapolis.
John Henry, Federalist, 1797-1798. Born at Weston, Dorchester
County, in November 1750, the son of Col. John and Dorothy (Rider)
Henry. Episcopalian. Married Margaret Campbell. Died at Weston,
Dorchester County, December 16, 1798. Buried in Christ Protestant
Episcopal Church Cemetery, Cambridge.
Benjamin Ogle, Federalist, 1798-1801. Born in Annapolis, January
27, 1749, the son of Samuel and Anne (Tasker) Ogle. Episcopalian.
Married Henry Margaret Hill. Died in Annapolis, July 6, 1809. Buried
at Belair, Prince George's County.
John Francis Mercer, Democrat, 1801-1803. Born at Marlborough,
Stafford County, Virginia, May 17, 1759, the son of John and Anne
(Roy) Mercer. Resident of Anne Arundel County when elected. Epis-
copalian. Married Sophia Sprigg. Died in Philadelphia, August 30,
1821. Buried at Cedar Park, Anne Arundel County.
Robert Bowie, Democrat, 1803-1806, 1811-1812. Born at Mattaponi,
Prince George's County, March 1750, the son of Capt. William and
Margaret (Sprigg) Bowie. Episcopalian. Married Priscilla Mackall.
Died at Mattaponi, Prince George's County, January 8, 1818. Buried
at Mattaponi, Prince George's County.
Robert Wright, Democrat, 1806-1809. Born in Queen Anne's County,
November 20, 1752, the son of Solomon and Mary (Tidmarsh) Wright.
Episcopalian. Married (1) Sarah deCoursey; (2) Miss Ringgold. Died
at Blakeford, Queen Anne's County, September 7, 1826. Buried at
Cheston-on-Wye, Queen Anne's County."
Edward Lloyd, Democrat, 1809-1811. Born in Talbot County, July
22, 1779, the son of Edward and Elizabeth (Tayloe) Lloyd. Episco-
palian. Married Sally Scott Murray. Died in Annapolis, June 2, 1834.
Buried at Wye House, Talbot County.'
Levin Winder, Federalist, 1812-1816. Born in Somerset County, Sep-
tember 4, 1757, the son of William and Esther (Gillis) Winder. Pres-
byterian. Married Mary Sloss. Died in Baltimore, July 1, 1819. Buried
at Monie Creek, Somerset County.
Charles Ridgely of Hampton, Federalist, 1816-1819. Born in Balti-
more County, December 6, 1760, the son of John and Achsah (Ridgely)
Caman. Episcopalian. Married Priscilla Dorsey. Died at Hampton,
Baltimore County, July 17, 1829. Buried at Hampton.
Charles Goldsborough, Federalist, 1819. Born at Hunting Creek,
Dorchester County, July 15, 1765, the son of Charles and Anna Maria
(Tilghman) Goldsborough. Episcopalian. Married (1) Elizabeth Golds-
borough; (2) Sarah Goldsborough. Died at Shoal Creek, December 13,
1834. Buried in the Christ Protestant Episcopal Church Cemetery,
' James Brice of Annapolis (1745-1801), the first named of the Governor's Council,
became Acting Governor on the death of Governor Plater on February 10, 1792. He
served until April 2 of the same year when Thomas Sim Lee was elected for the
balance of the unexpired term.
" Governor Wright resigned on May 6, 1809. James Butcher of Queen Anne's>
County and the first named of the Governor's Council, became Acting Governor. He
served as such until June 5, 1809, when Edward Lloyd qualified.
'By Chapter 211, Acts of 1811, ratified in 1812, the date for the election of the
Governor was changed to the second Monday in December.

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