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How old was Roger Sherman when he signed the Articles of confederation?

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2005-10-14 17:18:29
2005-10-14 17:18:29

Roger Sherman was born in 1721 and died in 1793.

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Roger Sherman was born on April 19, 1721.

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Roger Minott Sherman was born in 1773.

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Roger Minott Sherman died in 1844.

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