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  1. Harriet Eckersall (1776-1864) was the daughter of first cousins John and Catherine Eckersall. During the summer of 1802, she visited France and Switzerland in the company of relatives. The party included her first cousin, the political economist Thomas Robert Malthus (1766-1834), whom she married on 12 April 1804, and with whom she had three ...

  2. Harriet Eckersal: Birthdate: 1777: Death: Immediate Family: Daughter of John Eckersal and Katherine Wathen Wife of Thomas Robert Malthus Mother of Henry Malthus; Emily Malthus and Lucy Malthus. Managed by: Private User Last Updated: February 12, 2015

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  4. Nov 25, 2016 · Emily Malthus. Birthdate: July 05, 1806. Death: 1885 (78-79) Immediate Family: Daughter of Thomas Robert Malthus and Harriet Eckersal. Wife of John Watson Pringle. Sister of Henry Malthus and Lucy Malthus.

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  5. Harriet's Daughter, 1988. She Tries Her Tongue, Her Silence Softly Breaks, 1989. SUMMARY. Harriet’s Daughter is about the life of a little girl called Margaret. She is a first generation Canadian of Bajan descent. The story is built around the railway game in which Margaret, who insists on being called Harriet, leads a team in taking slaves ...

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  7. On 13 March 1804, Malthus married Harriet, daughter of John Eckersall of Claverton House, near Bath. They had a son and two daughters. His first born Henry became vicar of Effingham, Surrey in 1835 and of Donnington, Sussex in 1837; he married Sofia Otter (1807–1889), daughter of Bishop William Otter and died in August 1882, aged 76.

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