Ann Phillips: Wife of Wendell Phillips; A Memorial Sketch (Classic Reprint)

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Ann Phillips, wife of Wendell Phillips, died at her residence. No.37 Common Street, Boston, on the evening of Saturday, April 24, 1886, after an invalidism which had kept her closely confined to her house for the greater part of fifty years. She was born in Boston on the 19th of November, 1813, and was a daughter of the late Benjamin Greene, of this city, and Mary Grew (from Birmingham, England), his wife. They both died in middle life, leaving a large family of young children, of whom Mrs. Phillips was the last survivor. Soon after the death of her parents she was received as a daughter into the family of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chapman, then living in Chauncy Place, near Summer Street; and when, in the year 1834, the entire Chapman family espoused the despised and unpopular cause of the slave, and allied themselves with Mr. Garrison and his little band of adherents, this beautiful and interesting young girl ardently sympathized with them, and threw herself heart and soul into the movement.

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