New Hampshire's resident in Statuary Hall in the US Capitol?
John Stark and Daniel Webster.
Frances Willard, born in 1830, was the best known leader of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU). She was elected in president in 1879 and served in that role until her death in 1898. In addition to her leadership of the WCTU, Willard was the first dean of women at Northwestern University and the first woman represented in Statuary Hall in U.S. Capitol Building. She was commemorated on a 1940 U.S. postage stamp.
The US capitol (a building housing the legislature) was the Pennsylvania State House (now Independence Hall) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. *For two months before the signing of the Treaty of Paris on September 3, 1783, Congress was meeting in Nassau Hall in Princeton, New Jersey. This was long after the war was essentially won (October, 1781). (see related question)