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Marriage: Children:
  1. Hale: Birth: 1817 in Misc,Massachusetts.

  2. Sarah Everett Hale: Birth: 8 JUL 1817 in Boston, Mass.. Death: 16 MAY 1851

  3. Nathan Hale: Birth: 12 NOV 1818 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States. Death: 9 JAN 1871 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States

  4. Hale : Birth: 1819 in Misc,Massachusetts.

  5. Lucretia Peabody : Birth: 2 SEP 1820 in Boston,Suffolk,Massachusetts. Death: 12 JUN 1900

  6. Edward Everett Hale: Birth: 3 APR 1822 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States. Death: 10 JUN 1909 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States

  7. Hale: Birth: ABT 1824 in Boston, Suffolk, MA. Death: 3 APR 1824

  8. Alexander : Birth: 21 JAN 1825 in Coventry, Tolland, Ct.. Death: 7 JAN 1826 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA

  9. Susan : Birth: 17 APR 1827 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA. Death: 13 NOV 1833

  10. Alexander : Birth: 1 JUL 1829 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA. Death: 22 AUG 1850

  11. (Hon) Charles Hale: Birth: 7 JUN 1831 in Boston, Mass.. Death: 1 MAR 1882

  12. Susan Hale: Birth: 5 DEC 1833 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA.

  13. Jane : Birth: 6 MAR 1837 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA. Death: 27 JAN 1838


Notes
a. Note:   liver Everett, minister of New South Church in Boston. After the death of her father when she was six years old, Sarah's brothers, editor and diplomat Alexander Hill Everett and clergyman and orator Edward Everett, took charge of her education. In his book Memories of a Hundred Years, Sarah's son Edward Everett Hale wrote, "so little had schools to do with [her] education, that I cannot...name any of her school teachers." At age twelve, she was introduced by her brother Alexander to his friend and fellow teacher at Exeter Academy, Nathan Hale, Sr. (1784-1863), the nephew of American patriot Nathan Hale (1755-1776) [1]. They married in 1816. A regular contributor to her husband's newspaper, the Boston Daily Advertiser, Sarah P.E. Hale wrote book reviews and was its French editor. Her son, Edward Everett Hale (1822-1909), remembered seeing his mother, "rock the cradle in which reposed his sister...while (Daniel)Webster and Judge Story dictated to her speeches that were to appear in her husband's paper." She also wrote juvenile biographies of Spanish explorers for the school library and several other books and stories for children.
Note:   AUTHOR - Sarah Preston (Everett) Hale (1796-1866) was the daughter of O


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