James Wilson (also signed Declaration of Independence)
Oliver Ellsworth attended the Constitutional Convention, but did not sign the final draft of the Constitution).
Both JAMES WILSON and SAMUEL CHASE were signatories of the Declaration of Independence who were later appointed to the US Supreme Court by George Washington. There were other Founding Fathers, like John Jay who were appointed to the US Supreme Court under Washington, but they were not signatories to the Declaration of Independence.
President John Adams appointed George Washington's nephew, Bushrod Washington, to the US Supreme Court in 1798. Washington did not appoint his own nephew.
George Washington appointed two signatories of the Declaration of Independence to the US Supreme Court:James Wilson, Pennsylvania, Supreme Court: 1789 - 1798 (death)Samuel Chase, Maryland, Supreme Court: 1796 - 1811 (death)
I think it was James Wilson
President George Washington appointed first Chief Justice John Jay to the US Supreme Court in September 1789. Washington also appointed the second and third Chief Justices, John Rutledge and Oliver Ellsworth, during his terms of office.
George Washington had the opportunity to appoint the most Justices of the Supreme Court. He appointed 11, out of the 14 he nominated.
Yes, George Washington was the first to sign the U.S Constitution!
Samuel Alito and John G. Roberts were the Supreme Court Justices appointed by George W. Bush.
George Washington appointed Thomas Jefferson as the first Secretary of State of the US (1790-1793).
yes Washington helped frame the constitution
what year did George Washington become govenor
Congress (not the President) established the US Supreme Court with the Judiciary Act of 1789. President George Washington appointed the first justices to the Court in September 1789.
George Washington was 43 when he was appointed Commander in Chief of the Continental Army.
George Washington was a became the President of the US in 1789 on April 30.