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Masonic Signers of the Declaration of Independance.(those with * as not confirmed Mason but are rumored to be)

Connecticut:
Roger Sherman*
Delaware:
Thomas McKean*
Georgia:
George Walton
Massachusetts:
John Hancock
Robert Treat Paine
Elbridge Gerry*
New Jersey:
Richard Stockton
John Witherspoon*
New Hampshire:
William Whipple
North Carolina:
Joseph Hewes
William Hooper
John Penn*
Pennsylvania:
Benjamin Franklin
Robert Morris*
Benjamin Rush*
James Smith*
Rhode Island:
William Ellery
Virginia:
Thomas Jefferson*
Richard Henry Lee*
Thomas Nelson, Jr.*
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