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Gilman, John Taylor, 1753-1828



  • Existence: 1753 - 1828


John Taylor Gilman was born on December 19, 1753 in Exeter, New Hampshire. He served as a Minuteman during the Revolutionary War and served in the Continental Congress. From 1783-1789 and 1791-1794, Gilman was treasurer of the state and served as governor from 1794-1805 and 1813-1816. He was also an ex officio trustee of Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire and president of the board of trustees of Phillips Exeter Academy. Gilman died on September 1, 1828.

He died in 1828.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Eden Burroughs letter

Identifier: Mss 811590
Mss 811590
Date(s): 1811-10
Scope and Contents

Letter from Eden Burroughs of Hanover, New Hampshire to the Dartmouth College Trustess informing them of a minority dissent in the Resolution because of a change in phrasology. Also signed by Stephen Jacob and J.T. Gilman.

John Taylor Gilman letter

Identifier: Mss 794510.1
Mss 794510.1
Date(s): 1794-09-10
Scope and Contents

Letter from John Taylor Gilman of Exeter, N.H. to Daniel Gilman of Boston, Mass.

John Taylor Gilman papers

Identifier: MS-745
Date(s): 1780 to 1828

John Taylor Gilman (1753-1828), governor of New Hampshire. The collection contains personal and political papers including personal correspondence, state business affairs, and personal business papers as well as some family correspondence and papers.

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