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JENIFER, Daniel, member of congress, born in Maryland in 1723; died there, 6 November, 1790. He took" an active part in the movements preceding the Revolution, was a delegate from Maryland to the Continental congress in 1778-'82, and also to the convention that formed the constitution of the United States.--His son, Daniel, diplomatist, born in Charles county, 15 April, 1791; died in Port Tobacco, Maryland, 18 December, 1855, was liberally educated, became a local magistrate, and was frequently a member of the Maryland legislature. He was a member of congress in 1831-'3, and in 1835-'41, having been chosen as a Whig, and was United States minister to Austria in 1841-'5.
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