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  1. Franklin reconoció la paternidad de un hijo ilegítimo llamado William, acogiéndolo en su casa. El matrimonio tuvo dos hijos legítimos, Francis Folger y Sarah. Franklin era un jugador experto de ajedrez, juego sobre el escribió algunos ensayos. Muerte Benjamin Franklin falleció el 17 de abril de 1790 en Filadelfia.

  2. 26/04/2022 · Franklin established a common-law marriage with Deborah Read on September 1, 1730, and besides taking in young William, together they had two children. The first, Francis Folger Franklin, born October 1732, died of smallpox in 1736. Their second child, Sarah Franklin, familiarly called Sally, was born in 1743.

  3. Jane Franklin Mecom (March 27, 1712 – May 7, 1794) was the youngest sister of Benjamin Franklin and was considered one of his closest confidants. Mecom and Franklin corresponded for sixty-three years, [3] throughout the course of Ben Franklin's life, and some of their letters survive.

  4. 08/08/2022 · Learn Benjamin Franklin facts for kids. Josiah Franklin had seventeen children with his two wives. Ben Franklin's mother, Abiah Folger, was born into a Puritan family that was among the first Pilgrims to flee to Massachusetts for religious freedom, when King Charles I of England began persecuting Puritans.

  5. Franklin saw his future wife Deborah Reed on his very first day in Philadelphia. When they married (common law) in 1730, the household already included Franklin’s young son, William, whom Deborah raised. Later, their family grew with the birth of their son Francis Folger (who died at four) and daughter, Sarah (Sally).

  6. Franklin half dollars have been extensively melted for their silver, and many dates are rarer than the mintage figures indicate. For example, although more than nine million 1962 halves were struck for circulation, and an additional three million in proof, the coin was more valuable as bullion than in any condition when silver prices reached record levels in 1979–1980.

  7. www.imdb.com › name › nm0283945Dan Fogler - IMDb

    Dan Fogler, Actor: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Dan Fogler made his Broadway debut when he originated the role of William Barfée in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, for which he won the Theatre World Award for the original off-Broadway production and the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical in 2005 for the original Broadway production.