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  1. Alexander Contee Hanson (February 27, 1786 – April 23, 1819) was an American lawyer, publisher, and statesman. He represented the third district of Maryland in the U.S. House, and the state of Maryland in the U.S. Senate .

  2. Alexander Contee Hanson Sr. (October 22, 1749 – January 16, 1806) was an attorney who served as Chancellor of Maryland from 1789 until his death. [1] Early life Alexander Contee Hanson was born in Maryland on October 22, 1749. He was the eldest son of John Hanson and Jane ( née Contee) Hanson. [2]

    • Rebecca Howard
    • 3, including Alexander
  3. Oil on canvas portrait painting of "Alexander Contee Hanson, Sr." (1749-1806), ca. 1798, by Rembrandt Peale. Alexander, born in Port Deposit, Charles County, was the son of John Hanson (1721-1783), a county sheriff, colonial House representative, signer of the Articles of Confederation, and first President of the Confederation Congress (1781-1782).

  4. When Alexander Contee Hanson was born on 22 October 1749, in Port Tobacco, Charles, Maryland, United States, his father, John Hanson of Maryland, was 28 and his mother, Jane Contee, was 21. He married Rebecca Howard on 4 June 1778, in Anne Arundel, Maryland, United States.

  5. › wiki › John_HansonJohn Hanson - Wikipedia

    Hanson owned at least 223 acres of land and 11 slaves at the time of his death. Personal life. About 1744, he married Jane Contee (1728–1812), daughter of Alexander Contee (1692–1740). They had eight children, including: Jane Contee Hanson (1747–1781), who married Philip Thomas (1747–1815)

    • Merchant, politician
    • 8, including Alexander
  6. Group portrait shows Alexander Contee Hanson, Sr (1749-1806) with his family seated outdoors. His wife, Rebecca Howard Hanson (c.1760-1806) holds the infant Alexander Hanson, Jr (1786-1819) in her lap with her right arm while their older son, George Hanson (b.1784) stands and plays with a dog.