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George Mason was born on December 11, 1725, at the Mason family plantation in Fairfax County, Virginia. His father died in 1735 in a boating accident. On April 4, 1750, he married Ann Eilbeck from a plantation in Charles County, Maryland. They lived in a house on George's property in Dogue's Neck, Virginia. Mason completed construction of Gunston Hall (a plantation house on the Potomac River) in 1759. He and his wife had twelve children, nine of which survived to adulthood. Mason served at the Virginia Convention in Williamsburg in 1776. During this time he created drafts of the first decl…
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