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William Few
June 8, 1748 William Few born, Baltimore, Maryland
  William Few
February 25, 1784 Georgia grants 40,000 acres to form a state college. The men on the board include John Houstoun, James Habersham, William Few, Joseph Clay, William Houstoun, Nathan Brownson and Abraham Baldwin
  John Houstoun, Patriot
  Abraham Baldwin
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February 10, 1787 Georgia Assembly appoints William Pierce, William Few, Abraham Baldwin, George Walton, William Houstoun and Nathaniel Pendleton as delegates to the Federal Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  William Pierce
  George Walton
  Abraham Baldwin
  William Few
September 17, 1787 Signed by Abraham Baldwin and William Few of Georgia, the drafts for the Constitution are sent to Congress in preparation for ratification by the states.
  Georgia, the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and the United States Constitution
  Abraham Baldwin
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October 10, 1787 William Pierce arrives in Savannah with the Constitution, a copy of the congressinal resolution and letters from Abraham Baldwin and William Few to Governor George Mathews, which he transmits to the governor.
  City of Savannah, Georgia
  Abraham Baldwin
  William Few
March 4, 1789 James Gunn and William Few begin service as Georgia's first U. S. Senators. Abraham Baldwin, James Jackson and George Mathews begin service in the U. S. House of Representatives.
  Abraham Baldwin
  James Gunn
  William Few
  James Jackson
April 11, 1789 Ignatius Alphohso Few, son of William Few and founder of Emory University, is born, Columbia County, Georgia
  Columbia County, Georgia
  William Few
  Ignatius Few
July 16, 1828 William Few died, Fishkill-on-the-Hudson (now Beacon), New York
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