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  1. Francis Folger Franklin (October 20, 1732 – November 21, 1736) was the son of Founding Father of the United States Benjamin Franklin and Deborah Read. In 1736, four-year-old Francis contracted the smallpox virus and died shortly thereafter.

  2. 2 de ene. de 2002 · Francis Folger Franklin, born Oct. 20, 1732, died of smallpox Nov. 21, 1736. BF regretted to the end of his life, he wrote in his autobiography, that he had not had the boy inoculated.

  3. What Led Benjamin Franklin to Live Estranged From His Wife for Nearly Two Decades? A stunning new theory suggests that a debate over the failed treatment of their son’s smallpox was the culprit...

  4. 30 de abr. de 2022 · Francis Folger Franklin, Benjamin and Deborah’s first child together, was born in 1732. His proud and doting parents called him “Franky.”

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  5. Francis Folger (Franky) Franklin. BF's first child with common-law wife Deborah. Died at age four from smallpox. Major international interactive exhibition and Philadelphia city-wide celebration honoring genius and wit of Founding Father Benjamin Franklin on his three-hundred-year birthday anniversary.

  6. 2 de nov. de 2021 · It came from painful first-hand experience; as a 30-year-old father, Benjamin Franklin lost the youngest of his two sons, Francis Folger Franklin, to smallpox on Nov. 21, 1736, in Philadelphia.

  7. The first was Francis Folger Franklin born October 1732. The second, Sarah Franklin born in 1743. In 1736 Francis, who was 4 years old, died from small pox. He had not been inoculated. Inoculation had proven successful after the 1721 outbreak in Boston when 5,889 Bostonians had smallpox, and 844 died of it.