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Wiliiam Paterson Governor U.s.senator Associate Justice of the U.s. Supreme Court Signer of the Us Constitution (1745 - 1806)

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William Us Paterson
1745 - 1806
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1745
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1806
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Wiliiam Paterson Governor U.s.senator Associate Justice of the U.s. Supreme Court Signer of the Us Constitution was born in 1745. He died in 1806 at age 61.
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Wiliiam Paterson Governor U.s.senator Associate Justice of the U.s. Supreme Court Signer of the Us Constitution died in 1806 at 61 years old. He was born in 1745. We have no information about William's family.
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In 1800, by the time he was 55 years old, the federal government moved from Philadelphia to Washington D.C. The site of the new capital had been chosen by President George Washington several years earlier and he appointed Pierre (Peter) Charles L'Enfant to lay out a plan for the new city.

In 1801, by the time he was 56 years old, on March 4th, Thomas Jefferson was inaugurated as the third President in Washington, D.C. He was the first President to be inaugurated in Washington D.C. and the 2nd to live in the White House.

In 1805, William was 60 years old when Joseph Smith Jr. was born on December 23rd in Sharon, Vermont. He grew up on a series of tenant farms in Vermont, New Hampshire, and New York and when he was 24, he published the Book of Mormon. By the time he died at the age of 38, he had tens of thousands of followers in his church - the Church of Latter Day saints.

In 1806, in the year of Wiliiam Paterson Governor U.s.senator Associate Justice of the U.s. Supreme Court Signer of the Us Constitution's passing, Noah Webster published his first dictionary, A Compendious Dictionary of the English Language. It was the first truly American dictionary, incorporating the idioms and language of the day. Thus began his effort to standardize the American language, which was regionally different. It took him 26 years to complete the entire project.

In 1809, at the age of 64 years old, William was alive when on March 4th, James Madison was inaugurated as the fourth President of the United States. Madison ended his inaugural address with "gratitude towards people in the past who had done so much for the United States, and wished the best for the future of this young thriving country".

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