No, Richard Dobbs Spaight was a partiot who fought for the militia.
Richard Dobbs Spaight was born on 1758-03-25.
Richard Dobbs Spaight believed in slavery and thought it was a good thing for the country. He owned over 70 slaves.
because he represented North Carolina
Yes he had 71 slaves on his farm.
when he was 8 years old he was orphaned and was sent to Ireland
North CarolinaWilliam BlountRichard Dobbs SpaightHugh WilliamsonThere is a source link below.
Three North Carolina Delegates signed the Constitution, William Blount, Richard Dobbs Spaight and Hugh Williamson.
I assume you are referring to Richard Dobbs Spaight (1758-1802), who was a signer of the U.S. Constitution. Although he was a strong supporter of George Washington, he seems to have been converted to the view of the Jeffersonian Republicans, who selected their presidential candidates with a caucus comprised of members of congress. This system soon proved unworkable, and was later discarded; but Spaight did not live to see it fail-- he was killed as a result of a duel in 1802, when he was only forty-five. I enclose a link to a site about his life, and that of his son, who also went into politics.
Harriet Dobbs died in 1887.
Catherine Dobbs died in 1974.
Alfred Dobbs died in 1945.
Francis Dobbs died in 1811.
Arthur Dobbs died in 1765.
Henry Dobbs died in 1934.
Farrell Dobbs died on 1983-10-31.
Paul Dobbs died on 2010-06-10.
John Wesley Dobbs died in 1961.
Hoyt McWhorter Dobbs died in 1954.
Glenn Dobbs died on 2002-11-12.
Arthur Frederick Dobbs died in 1955.
John Dobbs died on 1934-09-09.
Bobby Dobbs died on 1986-04-02.
Frank Q. Dobbs died in 2006.