Person:Sarah Grimké (1)

Sarah Moore Grimké
b.26 Nov 1792 South Carolina
d.23 Dec 1873
m. 1784
  1. Henry W. Grimke - 1852
  2. Thomas Smith Grimké1786 - 1834
  3. Sarah Moore Grimké1792 - 1873
  4. Angelina Emily Grimké1805 - 1879
Facts and Events
Name Sarah Moore Grimké
Gender Female
Birth[1] 26 Nov 1792 South Carolina
Death[1] 23 Dec 1873
Reference Number? Q2470678?

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Sarah Moore Grimké (November 26, 1792 – December 23, 1873) was an American abolitionist, writer, and member of the women's suffrage movement. Born in South Carolina to a prominent planter family, she later moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where she became a Quaker and joined her younger sister Angelina Grimké in the abolition movement. The sisters extensively spoke out in public to oppose slavery and advocate for women's rights.

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