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Cecil County—Joseph Gilpin, Patrick Ewing, David Smith, Benjamin
Prince George's County—Walter Bowie, Benjamin Hall, Osborn Sprigg,
Luke Marbury.
Queen Anne's County—Turbutt Wright, James Kent, William Bruff,
Solomon Wright.
Worcester County—Samuel Handy, Peter Chaille, Smith Bishop, Josiah
Frederick County—Lower District: Thomas Sprigg Wootton, Jonathan
Wilson, William Bayly, Jr„ Elisha Williams.
Frederick County—Middle District: Adam Fischer, Upton Sheredine,
Christopher Edelen, David Shriver.
Frederick County—Upper District: Samuel Beall, Samuel Hughes,
John Stull, Henry Schnebly.
Caroline County—Nathaniel Potter, William Richardson/ Richard
Mason, Henry Dickinson, Thomas Johnson.(2)
Harford County—Jacob Bond, Henry Wilson, Jr., John Love, John
Baltimore Town—John Smith, Jeremiah Townley Chase.
Annapolis—William Paca, Charles Carroll of Carrollton.
Elected Under the Constitution of 1776 by the Legislature
for One Year^
Thomas Johnson, No Party, 1777-1779. Born in Calvert County,
November 4, 1732, the son of Thomas and Dorcas (Segewick) John-
son. Resident of Anne Arundel County when elected. Episcopalian.
Married Ann Jennings. Died at Rose Hill, Frederick County, October
26, 1819. Buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick.
Thomas Sim Lee, No Party, 1779-1782, Federalist, 1792-1794. Born
in Prince George's County, October 29, 1745, the son of Thomas and
Christian (Sim) Lee. Roman Catholic. Married Mary Digges. Died at
Needwood, Frederick County, October 9, 1819. Buried in the Mt.
Carmel Cemetery, Upper Marlboro.
William Paca, No Party, 1782-1785. Born at Abingdon, Harford
County, October 31, 1740, the son of John and Elizabeth (Smith)
Paca. Resident of Queen Anne's County when elected. Episcopalian.
Married (1) Mary Lloyd Chew; (2) Levina —; (3) Anne
Harrison. Died at Wye Hall, Queen Anne's County, October 13, 1799.
Buried in the family cemetery in Queen Anne's County.
William Smallwood, No Party, 1785-1788. Thought to have been
born in Charles County in 1732, the son of Bayne and Priscilla
(Heaberd) Smallwood. Resident of Charles County when elected.
Episcopalian. Unmarried. Died at Mattawoman, February 14, 1792.
Buried at Smallwood's Retreat, Charles County.
l Elected Colonel of Battalion from Eastern Shore for flying camp, August 16, 1776,
and thereby vacated his seat.
2 Elected August 30, 1776.
3 Under the Constitution of 1776, the Governor was elected annually on the second
Monday in November. He could be re-elected for two additional terms. Thomas
Johnson, the State's first governor, was elected on February 13, 1777, after the Consti-
tution of 1776 became operative.

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