1745 – Robert Hanson Harrison was born.
1775 – He was the secretary to George Washington, succeeding Joseph Reed on the 6th of November, his rank was a lieutenant-colonel.
1781-1789 – He served as a judge in Maryland, but he declined to serve on the United States Supreme Court.
– In the U.S. presidential election, Harrison, a de facto member of the Federalist Party, received 6 electoral votes.
1790 – Died on the 2nd of April in Charles County, Maryland.