Sarah and Angelina Grimke where the 7th and 14th daughters of Judge John Grimke. Although John was a wealthy slave owner they probably didn't get an inheritance. Any monies and lands passed from father to oldest son.
The Grimke Sisters, Angelina and Sarah, worked together to abolish slavery and defend women rights. They were the first female speakers to speak at a Massachusetts lecture to a audience mixed of both sexes in 1837.
The Grimke sisters started with Sarah being the oldest child later then Angelina was born. Their parents were slave owners and they thought it was wrong. They oindeed were born in the SIuth so they moved to the North and became abolitionist.