Sarah Remond

Sarah Parker Remond (1826 - 1894)

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Dr. Sarah Parker Remond
Born in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesmap
[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died in Italymap
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Categories: Activists and Reformers | Notables | Abolitionists | Doctors | Free Persons of Color in Massachusetts | 1850 US Census, Essex County, Massachusetts | Salem, Massachusetts | Bedford College, London | Campo Cestio, Rome, Italy.

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Sarah Remond was a part of the Abolitionist Movement.
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Sarah was born in 1826 in Massachusetts. She was the daughter of John Remond and Nancy Lenox, and the sister of abolitionists orator Charles Lenox Remond.


While lecturing abroad, she studied at Bedford College for Women in London. She studied medicine at the Santa Maria Nuova Hospital in Florence, Italy. Upon graduation, she practiced medicine in Florence for more than 20 years.[1]


  • 1850: Salem, Massachusetts with her parents and siblings


  • 1850: Unspecified


She passed away in 1894 and is buried at Campo Cestio in Rome, Italy.


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Dr. Sarah Parker Remond, American abolitionist and Italian doctor
Dr. Sarah Parker Remond, American abolitionist and Italian doctor


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