Name: Thaddeus Steward District: Maryland Date of Birth: June 3, 1761 Residence: Baltimore, Maryland Alma Mater: King William's School, Liberal Arts Religion: Roman Catholic
Profession: Shipper, Planter, Distiller
Biography: Thaddeus Steward is a man of some good repute in the shipping trade, known for manning reliable vessels that always reach their destinations in a timely manner. He is the owner of several tracts of land in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and North Carolina devoted to the growing of grain to be distilled into spirits for sale in America and Europe, typically transported aboard vessels that he mans. Rumor holds he actually wishes to divest himself of several tracts in order to more efficiently utilize the land he holds.
Thaddeus is deeply concerned with the failure to establish a central bank for the fledgling United States, seeing it as vital to protect and promote America's maritime trade and prestige. With the failure to pass such a bill, Thaddeus proceeded to petition well-regarded members of the shipping community in Maryland on the matter, ultimately leading to his election to the Congress to promote Commerce and Industry.
Thaddeus is unmarried, yet has been rumored to have deflowered several well-regarded ladies in the merchant community. A gregarious man, he enjoys the spirits distilled from his fields, frequently holding modest parties for the purpose of celebrating the creation of spirits and new Commerce opportunities.
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