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She also had a very comfortable house built in Philadelphiabased on ideas the two of them had discussed. In letters to Ben she referred to it as his house, but she oversaw the construction and furnishing, as well as keeping up with safely receiving any household goods he sent from Europe. She would never live in this house with her husband, however.
Enter the Ladies Association.
No one can be fully prepared for the death of a much beloved sibling, regardless of age. As a younger daughter of a large family she did not have much to bring to the marriage and her life with Edward Mecom was fraught with economic and emotional difficulty. Off would go a letter to his sister in Boston—is this family related to us? Deborah enlisted her sister-in-law Jane Mecom to write to Franklin, lending family support to the marriage.
That never happened, but Franklin, ever the thoughtful older brother, arranged for an annuity in his last will and testament to supply income for his sister, as well as securing property for her.
She expressed the hope that before that day came, they would be able to live next door to one another. In the spring ofSally wrote to her father shortly after he arrived in France. Others see him as a controlling patriarch, denying her a proper education and essentially kidnapping her seven year old son Benny when he moved to France in late wommen Whatever other pleasures were, Frsnklin they mostly took their rise from him, they passed like little streams from a beautiful fountain…To make society agreeable there must be a similarity of circumstances and sentiments, as well as age.
At that point she returned to the family home in Philadelphia; she died the following year. He also instructed her to charge the cost of soap making supplies to him. It came with strings attached.
Though denied a political voice, women did not shirk their duty. When Franklin was unable to find appropriate living accommodations near his job, Read's father allowed him to rent a room in the family home.
For example, by the time Sally was seven he had already chosen a future husband for her—the ten year old son of ln close friend in London. She would never live in this house with her husband, however. Two sons suffered from disabling mental illness in adulthood.
While Franklin stayed overseas for the next five years, Read remained in Philadelphia where, despite her limited education, she successfully ran her husband's ,arried, maintained their home, cared Mete the couple's children and regularly attended Quaker Meeting. Three babes died before their first birthday. Colonial women are rightly taking their place in the narrative of the United States, and the Franklin women deserve recognition in the story of the birth of our great nation.
I shall never forget or forgive them [the British army] for marrked me out of house and home in the middle of winter…Your library we sent out of town, well packed in boxes, a week before us; and all the valuable things, mahogany excepted, we brought with us. A result of cold weather he wonders?
It is thought that the first letter Ben Franklin wrote to his sister was to congratulate her upon her marriage and let her know he was sending a spinning wheel for a present. Her brother William, nephew Temple, and son Benny received enormous benefit from living with Franklin in Europe. I shall have an Opportunity of obliging some Friends with it, who very much admire the little Specimens I have been able to give them.
Each shirt was identified with the name of the woman who had made it. He and Read eventually d their relationship and decided to marry.
An acceptable product emerged, but it was misshapen. Early years[ edit ] Little is known about Read's early life. The trip was cut short by renewed violence in revolutionary France, and another circle of diamonds had to be sold to finance the trip home as well as pay off trip-related debts accrued by both Sally and Richard. Womsn was a young woman during olxer heady days of the Stamp Act crisis in the mids and was even sent away from Philadelphia for a few days in the fall of in anticipation of an attack against the Franklin home.
In their last years, as the only siblings still alive of the original seventeen children of Josiah Franklin, Jane Mecom and Ben Franklin sometimes mentioned the time when death would separate them. All in all, they spent about seventeen out of forty-four years on separate sides of the Atlantic Ocean. Some future branch may be the better for it.
They might spar over family issues, but daughter and father shared the same revolutionary passion.
She was fifteen when she married Edward Mecom, a neighbor eight years her senior. In his autobiography, Franklin recalled that at the time of their meeting, he was walking while carrying "three great puffy rolls ". Their concerns were not msrried great issues of state, that is true, yet the turbulent and amazing of political realignment going on in the eighteenth century affected them deeply.
Insufficient clothing was just one of the many obstacles that kept the Continental Army wome being all that it could be. At that time, the law in the Province of Pennsylvania would not grant a divorce on the grounds of desertion. He was appointed the first postmaster of Philadelphia and was heavily involved in social and political affairs that would eventually lead to the establishment Frsnklin the United States.
However, Read's mother, Mary, would not consent to the marriage, citing Franklin's pending trip to London and financial instability. Thank you, Jane, for making that soap and holding that wide-ranging and unpredictable family together. Eventually, more than shirts were sewn and distributed to the troops. Franklin, still in London, was irate.
A few women even disguised themselves as males and enlisted. He sent this to Jane in the hopes she would make recommendations. Her life was not atypical of eighteenth century colonial women.
Read had three siblings: two brothers, John and James, and a sister, Frances. However, it was her use of her inheritance that confounds those who would reconcile the selfless Sarah Bache of the Philadelphia Ladies Association with the Sarah Bache who spent lavishly Frankin travel and clothing in the s. Marrid the remainder of her life, she suffered from poor health and depression.
Franklin returned to Europe in November where he would remain for the next ten years.
General Washington, however, feared the soldiers would waste the money on liquor and suggested the money be used to provide shirts for the soldiers instead. She had expertise to offer; he graciously accepted her superior knowledge in this realm.
InFranklin embarked on the first of numerous trips to Europe. Read also helped to raise Franklin's illegitimate son Williamwhose mother's identity is unknown. Jane kept her brother informed of family news—the health of parents and siblings, the joys and sorrows of numerous nieces and nephews. John Read was a moderately prosperous building contractor and carpenter who died in In the Baches toured Europe, paying for the trip with proceeds from the sale of one circle of the King Louis diamonds.
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