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Little Known Signers of the Declaration of Independence - Roger Sherman

On the site of this building
once lived
Roger Sherman
Born 1721 – Died 1793
One of the Signers of the
Declaration of Independence

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A founding father, not known to many today was always very familiar to me! Roger Sherman.  Our town Hall (pictured above) is build upon the very site Sherman lived,. and the well in the front was the well used by Sherman. Roger Sherman is probably the most important persons in both the drafting of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution! Yet few know anything about the man.

In 1743, his father's death made Sherman move with his mother and siblings to New Milford, Connecticut. There, in partnership with his brother William, he opened the town's first store,[7] a cobbler shop, and earned a position as the county surveyor in 1745. The income from this office enabled him to buy land and to earn a favorable reputation throughout the county. Sherman published a series of almanacs between 1750 and 1761. He also studied law on his own, passing the bar in 1754.[8]

He very quickly introduced himself in civil and religious affairs, rapidly becoming one of the town's leading citizens and eventually town clerk of New Milford. He became county surveyor of New Haven County in 1745 and began providing astronomical calculations for almanacs in 1759.

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