the youngest person to sign the constitution is Jonathan Dayton
The youngest person to sign the Constitution was Jonathan Dayton. He was 26 at the time. At age 81, Benjamin Franklin was the oldest signer.
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The youngest person to sign the Constitution was Jonathan Dayton. He was 26 years old when he signed the constitution. The oldest was Benjamin Franklin. He was 81 years old.
Jonathan Dayton age,26
The last person to sign the Constitution is Abraham Baldwin.
Jonathan Dayton of New Jersey (26)
he was the youngest person to sign the constitution of the united states an served in the continental army as well as he did many other things
youngest person i know of is ROMEO he sign a record deal at the age of 5
It was Edward Rutledge.
Benjamin Franklin was the oldest person at the age of 81 that signed the constitution in 1787.
Jonathan Dayton was the youngest to sign the Constitution, at the age of 26, while Benjamin Franklin, at the age of 81, was the oldest.
the third person was Gunning Bedford, Jr.
Yes, he was the last person to sign the Constitution. There were 39 delegates that signed the Constitution before him.
He didn't sign the Constitution.
George Washington, who was President of the Convention. George Washington representing Virginia was the first to sign.
The youngest person would constantly be changing as it would be the newest born person.
No, William Houstoun did not sign the constitution.
No, Luther Martin did not sign the Constitution.
16 people did not sign the constitution.
No, George Mason did not sign the Constitution.
At the Constitutional Convention, Jonathan Dayton supported the US Constitution. In fact, at the age of 26, he was the youngest delegate to sign it.
Yes, Gouverneur Morris did sign the constitution.
Virginia Was The Fifth State To Sign The Constitution.
Nope he did not sign the Constitution