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February 22

Sarah Flower Adams

1805 – Sarah Flower Adams was born in England. An actress who achieved a dramatic triumph as Lady Macbeth, she became ill suddenly and had to give up the stage. She was a lifelong Unitarian, deeply devoted to her Unitarian church in South Place, London. She also composed “Nearer, My God, to Thee.”

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