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Proprietary Assembly of 1659/60

First Session: February 28, 1659/60 - March 14, 1659/601

Edward C. Papenfuse, et al., A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature, 1635-1789, Vols. 1&2.  Annapolis, MD: Maryland State Archives, 1979, 1985.

Richard Ewen Speaker of the Lower House
Upper House
Philip Calvert
Thomas Gerard
John Price
Luke Barber
Robert Clarke
Baker Brooke
Nathaniel Utie
Edward Lloyd

Lower House
Anne Arundel County
Richard Ewen, spkr
Thomas Howell
Richard Woolman
William Burgess
William Fuller
Thomas Taillor
Robert Clarkson
Baltimore County
Samuel Goldsmith
George Goldsmith
Godfrey Bayley
Francis Stockett
Calvert County
William Parker
Sampson Waring
Richard Preston, dns2
Michael Brooke
Charles County
John Hatch
Robert Henley
Zachary Wade
John Jenkins
Kent County
Joseph Wickes
Thomas Hynson
Henry Morgan
John Russell
St. Mary's County3
Robert Slye
William Barton, ev
William Evans, ev, e
James Langworth, ev, e
Luke Gardiner, e

1. Before this Assembly ended, Gov. Josias Fendall, Nathaniel Utie, and Thomas Gerard joined with members of the Lower House in a rebellion against Lord Baltimore's government in an effort to reestablish a commonwealth.

2. On a trip to England, he did not attend this Assembly.

3. For unexplained reasons Barton, Evans, and Langworth were ruled unduly elected. The subsequent election returned Evans and Langworth, but replaced Barton with Gardiner.

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