Thomas Corwin and his amendment

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Thomas Corwin:

Born: July 29, 1794
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Birthplace: Bourbon County Kentucky

Father: Matthias Corwin 1761 – 1829

(Buried: Pioneer Cemetery Lebanon Ohio)

Mother: Patience Hallock 1761 – 1818

(Buried: Pioneer Cemetery Lebanon Ohio)

Wife: Sarah Ross 1795 – 1878

(Buried: Lebanon Cemetery Lebanon Ohio)

Children:

Catherine F. Corwin 1827 – 1894

(Buried: Lebanon Cemetery Lebanon Ohio)

Dr. William Henry Corwin 1828 – 1880

(Buried: Lebanon Cemetery Lebanon Ohio)

Evalina Amelia “Eva” Corwin Sage 1831 – 1898

(Buried: Lebanon Cemetery Lebanon Ohio)

Louisa C. Corwin Burrows 1834 – 1909

(Buried: Lebanon Cemetery Lebanon Ohio)
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Caroline Ross Corwin Cropper 1836 – 1902

(Buried: Lebanon Cemetery Lebanon Ohio)

Occupation:

Attorney in Lebanon Ohio

1818 – 1828: Prosecuting Attorney for Warren County Ohio

1822 – 1823: Ohio State Representative

1831 – 1840: U.S. Congressman from Ohio

1839 – 1840: Congressional Chairman of Public Lands Committee

1840 – 1842: Governor of Ohio

1844: President Ohio State Whig Party Convention

1845 – 1850: United States Senator from Ohio

1850 – 1853: United States Secretary of Treasury

1859 – 1861: U.S. Congressman from Ohio

1859 – 1861: Senate Chairman of Foreign Affairs Committee

1860: Chairman of Committee of thirty-three

Sponsor of Corwin Amendment

1861 – 1864: United States Minister to Mexico

1864 – 1865: Attorney in Washington D.C.



Died: December 18, 1865

Place of Death: Washington D.C.

Age at time of Death: 71 years old

Burial Place: Pioneer Cemetery Lebanon Ohio

No amendment of this Constitution, having for its object any interference within the States with the relations between their citizens and those described in second section of the first article of the Constitution as "all other persons", shall originate with any State that does not recognize that relation within its own limits, or shall be valid without the assent of every one of the States composing the Union
 
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