George Clymer

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George Clymer
Clymer's signature

George Clymer (March 16, 1739 – January 23, 1813) was an American politician and Founding Father. He was one of the first Patriots to advocate complete independence from Britain. As a Pennsylvania representative, Clymer was, along with only five others, a signer of both the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. He attended the Continental Congress and served in political office until the end of his life.

Legacy[change | change source]

USS George Clymer (APA-27) was named in his honor.[1]

Clymer,Indiana County, Pennsylvania was named in his honor

Clymer, Chautaqua County, New York was named in his honor

George Clymer Elementary School, School District of Philadelphia. This school has educated majority children of color following Clymer's legacy of rights for all people.