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Deborah Sampson had 4 kids and thier names were Earl,Mary,Patience and Susannah who she had adopted.
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Deborah Sampson was a woman who wanted to fight in theRevolutionary War, but they wouldn't let her because she was awoman. She disguised herself as a man named Robert Shurtlif…f andfought better than some of the men! She later got wounded butremoved the bullet all by herself so no one would find out that shewas a woman. She also got a fever later, and the doctor eventuallyfound out she was a woman. She was honorably discharged from thearmy and was given a pension of $4 a month after Paul Revere wroteto Congress on her behalf.
Deborah Sampson was a woman who pretended to be a man so that she could fight in the Revolutionary War. She fought for seventeen months before getting wounded, and being h…onorably discharged from the army. Deborah was unusually tall for a woman at that time, so it was easy for her to disguise herself as a man.
Deborahs Sampsons middle name is unknown............... for now.
5 actually cause she married Benjamin Garnet's. I did a report on him so that's how i know.
yess she had kids
Deborah Bradford Sampson
Deborah Sampson wanted a more exciting life so she dressed up as a man and entered and battled the revolutionary war. She was among the soldiers at age 20. She didn't want the… doctors 2 know she had a musket ball in her leg (thigh) so she removed it herself, she was a very dedicated woman
John the 2nd, Sylvia, Hannah, Elisha, and Nenemiah
Deborah Sampson didn't live in a foster home she just went to live with different families like the Jefferson's
Yes, her children were Earl,Mary,Patience,and Susanna
Deborah Sampson was from Middlebrough Massachusetts
Earl, Mary, and Patience she adopted Susanna
In 1998 i think (: but wassup /.
It isn't clear that she wrote a book in 1779, nor do we have any evidence of it. We do know she was self-taught, and spent time as an indentured servant. When that was conclud…ed in 1779, she did some teaching as well as selling her crafts (she was a weaver), before joining the military by disguising herself as a man. I enclose a link to a very thorough essay about her life.