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Lyman Hall
April 12, 1724 Lyman Hall, doctor, governor, signed the Declaration of Independence for Georgia, born in Wallingford, Connecticut
  Lyman Hall
December 6, 1774 St. John's Parish elects Lyman Hall as its representative to the First Continental Congress. He does not attend because he had not been elected by the provincial congress.
  Lyman Hall
March 21, 1775 Dr. Lyman Hall elected as Representative to 2nd Continental Congress by St. John's Parish.
  Lyman Hall
May 13, 1775 Lyman Hall presents credentials to the 2nd Continental Congress in Philadelphia. He participates in discussions but refuses to vote
  Lyman Hall
July 7, 1775 The Second Provincial Congress elects Archibald Bulloch, John Houstoun, The Reverend John Zubley, Noble Wimberly Jones and Lyman Hall as delegates to the Continental Congress
  Lyman Hall
  Archibald Bulloch
February 2, 1776 Provincial congress elects Archibald Bulloch, John Houstoun, Lyman Hall, Button Gwinnett and George Walton as representatives to the 2nd Continental Congress
  Lyman Hall
  John Houstoun, Patriot
  Button Gwinnett
  Archibald Bulloch
  George Walton
April 5, 1776 Archibald Bulloch writes letter to Lyman Hall, Button Gwinnett, and George Walton giving them great latitude in voting at the Second Continental Congress
  Lyman Hall
  Button Gwinnett
  Archibald Bulloch
  George Walton
November 27, 1778 British troops under the command of Col. Preovst burn Midway Church because of the role the church members played in the American Revolution. Both Button Gwinnett and Lyman Hall had attended services at the church
  Lyman Hall
  Button Gwinnett
January 8, 1783 Lyman Hall begins term as governor
  Lyman Hall
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