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|1||Thomas Johnson (Maryland)||90|
|3||Robert Wright (politician)||22|
|4||Thomas Lloyd (stenographer)||21|
|6||George H. Steuart (planter)||12|
|8||Nicholas Ruxton Moore||10|
|9||William Harrison, Jr.||7|
|10||James Lloyd (Maryland)||7|
|12||Darby Lux II||7|
|14||John Rogers (Continental Congress)||less than 5 views|
|15||George Dent||less than 5 views|
|16||John Hopwood||less than 5 views|
People from Maryland who fought in units on the British side are categorized under Category:Loyalists in the American Revolution.
People from Maryland who fought in the Continental Army are listed in Category:Continental Army officers from Maryland or Category:Continental Army soldiers. Some soldiers served in the Continental Army and the Maryland militia; they should be listed in both categories.
The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).