Eunice Abell

(1764 - 1839)

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Eunice Abell
1764 - 1839
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December 21, 1764
Norwich, New London, Connecticut, USA
Death
December 10, 1839
Addison, Addison, Vermont, USA
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Eunice Abell was born on December 21, 1764 at Norwich, New London, Connecticut, USA. She died on December 10, 1839 at Addison, Addison, Vermont, USA at 74 years of age.
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Eunice Abell was born on at Norwich, New London, Connecticut, USA
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Eunice Abell died on at Addison, Addison, Vermont, USA
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Eunice Abell was born on at Norwich, New London, Connecticut, USA
Eunice Abell died on at Addison, Addison, Vermont, USA
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Eunice Abell died on December 10, 1839 at Addison, Addison, Vermont, USA at 74 years of age. She was born on December 21, 1764 at Norwich, New London, Connecticut, USA. We have no information about Eunice's family.

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In 1805, at the age of 41 years old, Eunice was alive when Joseph Smith Jr. was born on December 23rd in Sharon, Vermont. He grew up on a series of tenant farms in Vermont, New Hampshire, and New York and when he was 24, he published the Book of Mormon. By the time he died at the age of 38, he had tens of thousands of followers in his church - the Church of Latter Day saints.

In 1807, when she was 43 years old, on March 2nd, the U.S. Congress passed an act to "prohibit the importation of slaves into any port or place within the jurisdiction of the United States . . . from any foreign kingdom, place, or country" This Federal law, proposed by Thomas Jefferson in 1806, took effect on January 1,1808. However, historians estimate that over 50,000 slaves were brought to the U.S. after the Act since the U.S. did not include Spanish Florida and Texas - and therefore places where slaves could be brought in.

In 1818, when she was 54 years old, on March 22nd, Easter Day fell on the earliest possible date in western Christianity. This won't happen again until 2285.

In 1820, by the time she was 56 years old, on January 29th, George IV ascended the British throne when his father, George III (after 59 years on the throne), died. George III - King of England during the Revolutionary War - had been mentally ill and George IV had been Prince Regent since 1811, ruling in his father's stead.

In 1839, in the year of Eunice Abell's passing, on January 2nd, the first photo of the Moon was taken by Louis Daguerre, known as the "father of photography". The following June, he applied for and got a patent for his camera - to which France acquired the rights in exchange for a lifetime pension for Louis and his co-inventor's nephew. The camera was available to the public by September. It cost 400 francs (about $50 US then, almost $1270 today) and weighed 120 pounds.

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