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From Richard Hanson and Samuel Jones
Samuel Hanson.
Robert Hanson Harrison, who had also been one of Washington’s aides during the Revolution, was called the “old secretary” by members of Washington’s official family.
Samuel Hanson.
). On 29 July Lear sent Rue’s letter and commission to Thomas Jefferson, along with those of Edmund Pendleton, Thomas Johnson, Thomas Pinckney, John Marshall, Robert Hanson Harrison, George Nicholas, Nathaniel Gilman, Richard Stockton, and John Rutledge, Sr., to be filed in the records of the State Department (
For background concerning the dispute between Lee and Samuel Hanson, surveyor at the port of Alexandria, see
Samuel Hanson.
Samuel Hanson.
“Certificate of John Hanson by Anthony L. Bleeker, Peter S. Curtenius, Alexander Hamilton, John Lamb, and Hercules Mulligan,” January 24, 1796, note 2