Sarah Spafford

(1735 - 1812)

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Sarah Spafford
1735 - 1812
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January 13, 1735
Lebanon, New London, Connecticut, USA
Death
April 1812
New Lebanon, Columbia, New York, USA
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Sarah Spafford was born on January 13, 1735 at Lebanon, New London, Connecticut, USA. She died in April 1812 at New Lebanon, Columbia, New York, USA at age 77.
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Sarah Spafford was born on at Lebanon, New London, Connecticut, USA
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Sarah Spafford died in at New Lebanon, Columbia, New York, USA
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Sarah Spafford was born on at Lebanon, New London, Connecticut, USA
Sarah Spafford died in at New Lebanon, Columbia, New York, USA
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Sarah Spafford died in April 1812 at New Lebanon, Columbia, New York, USA at 77 years old. She was born on January 13, 1735 at Lebanon, New London, Connecticut, USA. There is no information about Sarah's family or relationships.

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In 1812, in the year of Sarah Spafford's passing, on February 27th, the English poet Lord Byron gave his first address as a member of the British House of Lords. He spoke in defense of the Luddite violence against industrialism in his home county of Nottinghamshire. Luddites were primarily textile workers and weavers who thought that machinery was being used as a way to keep workers from achieving fair practices and wages.

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