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Delegate to the Constitutional Convention (New Hampshire)

Biographical Data
Religious Views
References, Links, & Further Reading


Occupation: merchant

Political Affiliation: Federalist, Democratic-Republican

Religious Affiliation: Congregationalist

Summary of Religious Views:

Langdon served as warden of the North Congregational Church of Portsmouth, and contributed a considerable sum towards construction of its first parish house.

Views on Religion & Politics:


References, Links, & Further Reading: Books, Articles, Links


Charles R. Corning, John Langdon, Rumford Printing Co., 1903
Lawrence S. Mayo, John Langdon of New Hampshire, Rumford Press, 1937; reprint, Kennikat Press, l970


Charles R. Corning, "John Langdon," The New England magazine, Vol. 22, Iss. 5, July 1897, pp. 616-631
Alfred Langdon Elwyn, "Some Account of John Langdon," Early State Papers of New Hampshire, 20, 1891, pp. 850-80
Harriet S. Lacy, "The Langdon Papers, 1716-1841," Historical New Hampshire, 22, Autumn 1967, pp. 55-65


LANGDON, John, 1741-1819 (Biographical Directory of the US Congress)
John Langdon (National Archives -- The Founding Fathers)
John Langdon (Soldier-Statesmen of the Constitution -- Center of Military History, United States Army)
John Langdon (Colonial Hall)
Governor John Langdon House (Historic New England)

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