John Marshall, born near Germantown, Virginia, on September 24, 1755, was the fourth chief justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. He is remembered today as the longest-serving chief justice of the United States (1801 1835) and as the founder of constitutional law. He was a lieutenant during the American Revolution and was a comrade in arms with Washington at the battles of Brandywine, Germantown, Stony Point, and Valley Forge. Marshall announced Washington's death and said his eulogy. Marshall died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on July 6, 1835.
Wayne LaPierre is the executive vice president of the National Rifle Association of America.