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Josiah Bartlett (1729-1795) was active during the American Revolution, serving as a commander of a militia regiment.  He practiced as a physician in Kingston, New Hampshire, and, also, led an important political life. 

Bartlett was a delegate at the Continental Congress and was the second to sign the Declaration of Independence. John Hancock was the first. He also served as a Chief Justice, and Governor of our state.

For more information on Josiah Bartlett visit the following sites:
US History
The History Channel
Colonial Hall