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  • He was a smuggler
  • He wrote his signature the largest so that the king could see it without his glasses
  • He was educated at Harvard in London for business
  • He was born 1737 and died in 1793
  • He was married to Dorothy Hancock and had two kids Lydia Henchman Hancock and John George Washington Hancock.
  • His parents died when he was seven and was adopted by his rich uncle.
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