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| debut = A Lesson in Electricity
| debut = A Lesson in Electricity
| known powers = None
| known powers = None
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| formal name = Deborah Read
| alias = Deborah Read
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| gender = Female
| gender = Female
| age =  
| age = 66
| born =  
| born = February 14, 1708
| marriage =  
| marriage = 1730
| died =
| died = December 24, 1774
| home = Philadelphia, PA
| home = Philadelphia, PA
| residence = The Franklins' home
| residence = The Franklins' home
| occupation =  
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| significant other = [[Benjamin Franklin]]
| significant other = [[Benjamin Franklin]] (deceased)
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| guardian = <!--Non-parent legal guardian(s)-->
| guardian = <!--Non-parent legal guardian(s)-->
| child(ren) = [[William Franklin]]
| ward(s) = [[William Franklin]] (deceased)
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'''Deborah Franklin''' is the wife of one of America's Founding Fathers, [[Benjamin Franklin]], and mother of [[William Franklin]].
'''Deborah Franklin''' was the wife of one of America's Founding Fathers, [[Benjamin Franklin]].


==Character History==
==Character History==
===[[Graphic Novel:A Lesson in Electricity]]===
===[[Graphic Novel:A Lesson in Electricity]]===
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One night in [[1752]], Deborah Franklin wakes [[Benjamin Franklin|her husband]] at the sound of his bells, which would ring when lightning struck his lightning rod, and asks Benjamin if he could invent a quieter way to perform his experiment.


Several nights later, when Benjamin and [[William Franklin|his son]] prepare to leave [[The Franklins' home|home]] to perform an electrical experiment, Deborah asks where the two are going on such a stormy night. Benjamin replies that they are headed to fly a kite.
==[[Heroes Evolutions]]==
According to the [http://yamagatofellowship.org/about/ repository page] at [[yamagatofellowship.org]], Deborah married Benjamin Franklin in 1730.
==Trivia==
* In real life, Deborah was born on Valentine's Day, 1708. She died on Christmas Eve, 1774. Also, Deborah was never formally married to Benjamin but they began a common-law marriage in [[1730]].
* The real-life [[William Franklin]] is [[Benjamin Franklin]]'s illegitimate son. Though Deborah was not William's mother, she raised him as her own. After William joined their family in 1731, Deborah and Benjamin had two children of their own: [http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Franklin&GScid=44588&GRid=9259975& Francis Folger Franklin] (who died of smallpox at age four) and [[Wikipedia:Sarah Franklin Bache|Sarah Franklin Bache]].
==See Also==
==See Also==
* {{seealsodisambig|name=Deborah}}
* {{seealsodisambig|name=Deborah}}
* {{seealsodisambig|name=Franklin}}


==External Links==
==External Links==
* [[Wikipedia:Deborah Read|Deborah Read at Wikipedia]]
* [[Wikipedia:Deborah Read|Deborah Read]] -- Wikipedia
 
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Latest revision as of 23:38, 2 November 2009

Deborah Franklin
Deborah Franklin.jpg
First appearance A Lesson in Electricity
In-story stats
Known ability None
Formal name Deborah Read
Gender
Age 66
Date of birth February 14, 1708
Date of marriage 1730
Date of death December 24, 1774
Home Philadelphia, PA
Residence The Franklins' home
Significant other Benjamin Franklin (deceased)
Ward William Franklin (deceased)

Deborah Franklin was the wife of one of America's Founding Fathers, Benjamin Franklin.

Character History

Graphic Novel:A Lesson in Electricity

One night in 1752, Deborah Franklin wakes her husband at the sound of his bells, which would ring when lightning struck his lightning rod, and asks Benjamin if he could invent a quieter way to perform his experiment.

Several nights later, when Benjamin and his son prepare to leave home to perform an electrical experiment, Deborah asks where the two are going on such a stormy night. Benjamin replies that they are headed to fly a kite.

Heroes Evolutions

According to the repository page at yamagatofellowship.org, Deborah married Benjamin Franklin in 1730.

Trivia

  • In real life, Deborah was born on Valentine's Day, 1708. She died on Christmas Eve, 1774. Also, Deborah was never formally married to Benjamin but they began a common-law marriage in 1730.
  • The real-life William Franklin is Benjamin Franklin's illegitimate son. Though Deborah was not William's mother, she raised him as her own. After William joined their family in 1731, Deborah and Benjamin had two children of their own: Francis Folger Franklin (who died of smallpox at age four) and Sarah Franklin Bache.

See Also

External Links


Franklin-Related Graphic Novel Characters edit

Mr. BradyBenjamin FranklinDeborah FranklinWilliam FranklinJoseph Priestley

See Also: A Lesson in ElectricityGraphic Novel CharactersOther Characters