Sarah Stephenson

(1783 - 1846)

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Sarah Stephenson
1783 - 1846
Born
July 29, 1783
, Culpeper, Virginia, USA
Death
March 5, 1846
, Henry, Kentucky, USA
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Sarah Stephenson was born on July 29, 1783 at , Culpeper, Virginia, USA. She died on March 5, 1846 at , Henry, Kentucky, USA at age 62.
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Sarah Stephenson was born on at , Culpeper, Virginia, USA
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Sarah Stephenson died on at , Henry, Kentucky, USA
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Sarah Stephenson was born on at , Culpeper, Virginia, USA
Sarah Stephenson died on at , Henry, Kentucky, USA
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Sarah Stephenson died on March 5, 1846 at , Henry, Kentucky, USA at 62 years old. She was born on July 29, 1783 at , Culpeper, Virginia, USA. We have no information about Sarah's immediate family.

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In 1805, by the time she was 22 years old, on October 21st, Lord Nelson defeated the French and Spanish fleets in the Battle of Trafalgar in Spain. 33 British ships fought 41 ships from Spain and France. The Franco-Spanish fleet lost 22 ships while the British lost none. The battle ended plans to invade Great Britain.

In 1818, at the age of 35 years old, Sarah was alive when on April 4th, the United States Congress adopted the official flag of the United States. It had 13 red and white stripes - representing the original 13 colonies - and one star for each state (twenty at the time) with additional stars to be added whenever a new state was added to the Union.

In 1823, when she was 40 years old, on April 13th, Franz Liszt - who was 11 - gave a concert in Austria. After the concert, he was personally congratulated by Ludwig van Beethoven.

In 1837, she was 54 years old when on March 4th, Martin Van Buren was sworn in as the eighth President of the United States. Van Buren won 50.8% of the popular vote over election rival Harrison's 36.6%, largely due to Van Buren's promise to continue (previous) President Jackson's policies. But Van Buren only served one term because of the Panic of 1837 - which was due to Jackson's economic policy.

In 1846, in the year of Sarah Stephenson's passing, on June 15th, the Oregon Treaty - between Great Britain and the US - was signed. The Treaty agreed that the 49th parallel would be the border between the United States and Canada. Since the actual border wasn't clear in the Treaty, dispute about what was Canada and what was the US continued for a decade.

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