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Maryland Society, Sons of the  American Revolution

Our Monumental Achievements:

Thomas Johnson Memorial Plaque


Maryland State House

100 State Circle

21401 Annapolis, MD

United States

38° 58' 44.4576" N, 76° 29' 29.3136" W

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Maryland US


Thomas Johnson

Born November 4, 1732, Calvert County Maryland

Died October 26, 1819, Frederick County Maryland

First and three times Governor of Maryland. Chief Justice General Court of Maryland 1790-1791. Associate Justice Supreme Court 1791-1793. Member of commission which established the city of Washington. Member of the Continental Congress. Member of the General Assembly of Maryland. Brigadier General Maryland Militia 1776. Nominated George Washington for Commander in Chief of all the American forces June 15, 1775. Honored as a patriot, distinguished as a statesman, respected as a judge.

Erected by the Maryland Society, Sons of the American Revolution 1928.

Erected By:

Maryland Society Sons of the American Revolution

Original Source(s):

The Maryland State House: Memorials in the State House and on the Grounds (link is external)

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