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  1. Deborah Read. Signature. Sarah Franklin Bache (September 11, 1743 – October 5, 1808), sometimes known as Sally Bache, was the daughter of Benjamin Franklin and Deborah Read. She was a leader in relief work during the American Revolutionary War and frequently served as her father's political hostess, like her mother before her death ...

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  2. Bache, Sarah (1743–1808) American patriot. Born on September 11, 1743; died in 1808; only daughter of Benjamin Franklin and Deborah Read Rogers (his common-law wife); married Richard Bache (a Philadelphia merchant); children: eight. On September 1, 1730, Benjamin Franklin "took to wife" Deborah Read , whose first husband had deserted her.

  3. Bache, Jr. se convirtió en político en Texas. Sarah Franklin Bache (12 de septiembre de 1788 - 6 de octubre de 1863), se casó con Thomas Sergeant (1782-1860), quien más tarde fue nombrado juez asociado de la Corte Suprema de Pensilvania y director de correos de Filadelfia.

  4. 21 de oct. de 2019 · Image: Sarah Franklin Bache. John Hoppner, Artist. Sarah Franklin was born to Benjamin Franklin and Deborah Read Franklin at Philadelphia on the eleventh day of September, 1744. Sarah, known as Sally throughout her life, had a typical education for a girl of her status in eighteenth-century Philadelphia. She had a great love of ...

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  6. 30 de nov. de 2021 · Sarah Franklin Bache (1743-1808), a Revolutionary War patriot and daughter of Benjamin Franklin, led an active public life according to the standards of womanhood in the late eighteenth century. As the daughter of Benjamin Franklin she had an unusual access, for a woman, to the political life in revolutionary Philadelphia.

  7. Sarah Bache. Only Daughter of Benjamin Franklin. 1744 – 1808 A.D. Sarah Bache, the only daughter of Benjamin Franklin, and wife of Richard Bache, a Philadelphia merchant. In 1780, when many soldiers of the American army were going barefooted and half-clad, money was collected for their relief and expanded for materials, which by the labors of ...

  8. 4 de jun. de 2022 · Sarah Franklin Bache (September 11, 1743 – October 5, 1808) was the daughter of Benjamin Franklin and Deborah Read. Known as "Sally" throughout her life, she was an ardent American patriot during the Revolutionary War through relief work (with Esther Reed ) and as her father's political hostess.

  9. Sarah is the daughter of American Statesman, Benjamin Franklin and Deborah Read. She was affectionly called Sally by her Parents. She married Richard Bache on October 29,1767, and had 8 children. She raised money for the Continental Army. Sally was also involed with in The Ladies Association of Philadelphia. She took...

  10. Sarah was married in October, 1767 to Richard Bache, a merchant of Philadelphia, who had come to the colony several years before from Yorkshire, England. For several years, Mr. and Mrs. Bach lived with Deborah Franklin, while Benjamin was in England.

  11. 10 de may. de 2023 · Sarah Franklin Bache. Sarah “Sally” Franklin Bache was the only daughter of Benjamin Franklin. She also made her own contributions to the early history of our country, organizing efforts to support soldiers during the American Revolution.

  12. Sarah Franklin Bache 1788–1863 Marriage: 13 September 1812 Emma Bache Sergeant 1813–1898 Frances Muriel Sergeant 1817–1903 Spouse and Children Judge Thomas Sergeant 1782–1860 • Male Sarah Franklin Bache 1788–1863 • Female Marriage 13 September 1812 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Children (2) Emma Bache Sergeant 1813–1898 • Female

  13. Sarah Franklin Bache was the daughter of Benjamin Franklin. From the description of Correspondence, 1768-1807. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122347508. Benjamin Franklin Bache, the grandson of Benjamin Franklin, worked as a printer and journalist.