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Anna Maria Falconbridge

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  1. Anna Maria Norwood was born in Bristol, England, in 1769

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  2. married Alexander Falconbridge, a prominent abolitionist, in 1788

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  3. In 1791, she accompanied her husband to Sierra Leone, in a failed attempt to reorganize the settlement of freed slaves in Freetown

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  4. Disappointed, she did not share her husband's idealism and considered slavery to be a necessity

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  5. Her husband died in 1792, after which she swiftly remarried and returned to England

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