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Richard BACHE & Sarah FRANKLIN
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Husband: Richard BACHE
Born: 12 SEP 1737 in Yorkshire, England
Married: 29 OCT 1767 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died: 29 JUL 1811 in Bucks, Pennsylvania
Father:
Mother:
Spouses:
Wife: Sarah FRANKLIN
Born: 11 SEP 1743 in Boston, Massachusetts
Died: 05 OCT 1808 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Father: Benjamin FRANKLIN, Statesman
Mother: Deborah REED
Spouses:
Children
01 (M): Benjamin Franklin BACHE
Born: 12 AUG 1769 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died: 10 SEP 1798
Spouses: Margaret Markham MARKO
02 (M): William BACHE
Born: 31 MAY 1773 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died: 05 AUG 1814
Spouses: Catherine WISTAR
03 (F): Sarah BACHE
Born: 01 DEC 1775 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died: 1776 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Spouses:
04 (F): Elizabeth Franklin BACHE
Born: 10 SEP 1777 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died: 06 OCT 1865
Spouses: Thomas SARGENT
05 (M): Louis BACHE
Born: 07 OCT 1779 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died: 04 OCT 1819
Spouses: Mary Anne SWIFT
06 (F): Deborah BACHE
Born: 01 OCT 1781 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died: 12 FEB 1863
Spouses: William John DUANE
07 (M): Richard BACHE
Born: 11 MAR 1784 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died: 14 MAR 1848
Spouses: Sophia Burrell DALLES
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