Who signed the Declaration of Independence?

56 delegates to the Continental Congress signed the engrossed Declaration of Independence. Most of the signers voted in favor of independence on July 2nd. Some delegates who voted for independence did not sign the Declaration, and some signers were not delegates to Congress at the time of the vote. 

The 56 Signers of the Declaration of Independence are:

John Adams (MA) Thomas Lynch, Jr. (SC)
Samuel Adams (MA) Thomas McKean (DE)
Josiah Bartlett (NH) Arthur Middleton (SC)
Carter Braxton (VA) Lewis Morris (NY)
Charles Carroll of Carrollton (MD) Robert Morris (PA)
Samuel Chase (MD) John Morton (PA)
Abraham Clark (NJ) Thomas Nelson, Jr. (VA)
George Clymer (PA) William Paca (MD)
William Ellery (RI) Robert Treat Paine (MA)
William Floyd (NY) John Penn (NC)
Benjamin Franklin (PA) George Read (DE)
Elbridge Gerry (NY) Caesar Rodney (DE)
Button Gwinnett (GA) George Ross (PA)
Lyman Hall (GA) Benjamin Rush (PA)
John Hancock (MA, President) Edward Rutledge (SC)
Benjamin Harrison (VA) Roger Sherman (CT)
John Hart (NJ) James Smith (PA)
Joseph Hewes (NC) Richard Stockton (NJ)
Thomas Heyward, Jr. (SC) Thomas Stone (MD)
William Hooper (NC) George Taylor (PA)
Stephen Hopkins (RI) Matthew Thornton (NH)
Francis Hopkinson (NJ) George Walton (GA)
Samuel Huntington (CT) William Whipple (NH)
Thomas Jefferson (VA) William Williams (CT)
Francis Lightfoot Lee (VA) James Wilson (PA)
Richard Henry Lee (VA) John Witherspoon (NJ)
Francis Lewis (NY) Oliver Wolcott (CT)
Philip Livingston (NY) George Wythe (VA)