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Edmund Pendleton
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Born: September 9, 1721

Died: October 23, 1803 (aged 82)

Nationality: American

Occupation: Politician, lawyer, judge

Bio: Edmund Pendleton was a Virginia politician, lawyer and judge, active in the American Revolutionary War. He was a member of the Virginia legislature before and during the War. Pendleton attended the First Continental Congress alongside George Washington and Patrick Henry as Virginia's delegates and he led the conventions wherein Virginia declared independence and adopted the U.S. Constitution.

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