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  2. Harriet Douglas was born 8 June 1792 to John Douglas (1756-1818) and Frances Lascelles (1762-1817) and died 26 August 1833 Westminster, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom of unspecified causes. She married James Hamilton (1786-1814) 25 November 1809 in London, England, United Kingdom.

  3. Harriet Douglas (born Fairbanks) was born on month day 1846, at birth place, Nebraska, to John Boylston Fairbanks, Sr. and Sarah "H" Fairbanks (born Van Wagoner). John was born on April 28 1817, in Sand Hill, Montgomery County, New York, United States. Sarah was born on July 11 1822, in Pompton Plains, Bergen, New Jersey, United States.

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  6. Known as the “Moses of her people,” Harriet Tubman was enslaved, escaped, and helped others gain their freedom as a “conductor” of the Underground Railroad. Tubman also served as a scout, spy, guerrilla soldier, and nurse for the Union Army during the Civil War. …. She took his name and dubbed herself Harriet.

  7. 24/08/2015 · Harriet Douglas Cruger died at the age of 83 in 1872. Immediately her siblings contested the will, “on account of the insane condition of mind.” The case dragged on for three years. Finally on July 2, 1875 Judge Robert C. Hutchings announced his decision. It was, as explained by The New York Times, a “peculiarly delicate” matter.

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