A couple candidates:
Surprised not to see Adam Smith, given that Wealth of Nations (1776) is just inside time period, and it's influence continued throughout. I'm particularly interested in him as a misrepresented figure.
Immanuel Kant as well?
John Stuart Mill?
Is it intentional that there aren't very many scientific figures? Science seems so tied in with a new rational view of the world that it's innately revolutionary?
Marquis de Lafayette! One of the few to participate in more than one revolution in this era.
Everyone's "favorite fighting frenchman", as Hamilton put it, should be on this list! Is there anyone who participated in more revolutions?
How could you have left off the Marquis de Lafayette???!!!!
Not least for her educational impact.
Superb fore runner of modernity, a thinking & active woman
On Hannah More, if she gets any more votes, I will happily volunteer any of my time to help. I have a working group of the foremost scholars working on Hannah More internationally who will help collaborate.