Deborah Read
Wife of Benjamin Franklin
Deborah Read
Deborah Read Franklin was the spouse of Benjamin Franklin, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, and a prominent inventor, printer, thinker, and revolutionary.
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Nursing students graduate - Delta County Independent
Google News - over 5 years
... Janie Fockler, Terrica Gibson, Lindsey Gustafson, Heather Hallock, Sherri Head, Kenneth Henderson, Rachel Hopper, Hannah Jackson, Kerensa Lambros, Deborah McCoy, Julie Martinez, Michelle Meeker, Authumn Ransom, Deborah Read and Diana Winters
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Best friends help out poorly kids - Doncaster Today
Google News - almost 6 years
Pictured (LR) are John Neill and Sallie Lax, of 2 Grand, presenting a cheque for �2011 to Heather Parkinson and Deborah Read from Bluebell Wood. BRITAin's Got Talent stars 2 Grand were on hand to accept a cheque on behalf of Bluebell Wood Children's
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The Many-Minded Man
NYTimes - over 13 years
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN An American Life. By Walter Isaacson. Illustrated. 590 pp. New York: Simon & Schuster. $30. For reasons that no one has adequately explained, those prominent Americans often mythologized and capitalized as Founding Fathers, or alternatively demonized as the deadest-whitest-males in American history, have surged into vogue over the
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A CARIBBEAN SAMPLER: THREE HOLIDAYS IN THE SUN
NYTimes - almost 36 years
Even for someone like me, who has long insisted that nature is vastly overrated, the scene was a hard one to resist. It was a brilliantly clear day on St. John, the smallest of the United States Virgin Islands, and we were sitting in one of Caneel Bay Plantation's open-air restaurants, a converted sugar mill set on a hill surrounded by gardens.
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1774
    Age 66
    Deborah Read Franklin suffered a stroke on December 14, 1774, and died on December 19, 1774, while Benjamin was on an extended trip to England.
    More Details Hide Details She was buried at Christ Church Burial Ground in Philadelphia, and Benjamin Franklin was buried next to her after he died in 1790.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1708
    Age 0
    Born in 1708.
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