AOL Web Search

  1. About 274,000,000 search results
  1. Ad

    related to: Esther Edwards Burr
  1. Web results:
  2. Esther Edwards Burr - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esther_Edwards_Burr

    Esther Edwards Burr (February 13, 1732 – April 7, 1758) was the mother of 3rd U.S. Vice President Aaron Burr, Jr. and the wife of Princeton University President Aaron Burr, Sr. whom she married in 1752, one year after she moved to Stockbridge in western Massachusetts. [1]

  3. Esther Edwards Burr – Newark Women

    newarkwomen.com/2022/04/27/esther-edwards-burr

    1732-1758 Mother of 3rd Vice President Aaron Burr Jr. Esther married Aaron Burr Sr., pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Newark and founder of Princeton University (then the College of NJ), in 1752. Historic Newark talks about the townspeople’s excitement when she arrived, so much that they painted her likeness on teacups.

  4. Esther Edwards Burr | History of American Women

    www.womenhistoryblog.com/2008/11/esther-edwards...

    In her journal, Esther Burr chronicled daily life from 1754 to 1757, giving information on topics such as the founding of Princeton College, religious revivals, childbearing practices, the French and Indian War, and women’s roles during the period. It would be published in several editions by Jeremiah Eames Rankin as Esther Burr’s Journal .

  5. Esther Edwards Burr (1732-1758) - Find a Grave Memorial

    www.findagrave.com/memorial/22277344

    Esther Edwards Burr Birth 13 Feb 1732. Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA. Death 7 Apr 1758 (aged 26) Princeton, Mercer County, New Jersey, USA. Burial.

  6. Esther Edwards Burr | Hamilton Wiki | Fandom

    hamiltonmusical.fandom.com/wiki/Esther_Edwards

    Esther Edwards Burr Biographical information Born February 13, 1732 Northampton, Province of Massachusetts Bay Died April 7, 1758 Princeton, Province of New Jersey (aged 26) Gender Female Family Jonathan Edwards (father) Sarah Edwards (mother) Aaron Burr Sr. (husband) Aaron Burr (son) Sarah Burr Reeve (daughter)

  7. Esther Burr (Edwards) (1732 - 1758) - Genealogy

    www.geni.com/people/Esther-Burr/6000000001362771963

    Hon. Timothy Edwards, Rev. War Vet. brother About Esther Burr Esther Edwards Burr BIRTH 13 Feb 1732 Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA DEATH 7 Apr 1758 Princeton, Mercer County, New Jersey, USA BURIAL Bridge Street Cemetery Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA MEMORIAL ID 22277344 __________________________________

  8. "The Sister of My Heart": Esther Edwards Burr on Faithful ...

    www.christianstudylibrary.org/article/sister-my...

    On October 11, 1754, Esther Edwards Burr (1732-1758), the third of Jonathan and Sarah Pierpont Edwards’s eleven children, writing in her diary, called her best friend, Sarah Prince (1728-1771), “the Sister of my heart.”

  9. Esther Edwards, daughter of Jonathan Edwards, was born in 1731. [1] [2] She married Aaron Burr, son of Daniel Burr and Elizabeth (Pinkney) Burr, on 29 June 1752 at Newark, Essex Co., New Jersey. [1] Esther died on 7 or 17 April 1758 at Princeton, Mercer, New Jersey. Esther Edwards [3] Born 13 FEB 1732 Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts [3]

  10. The Journal of Esther Edwards Burr | Historia Obscura

    www.historiaobscura.com/the-journal-of-esther-edwards-burr

    The Journal of Esther Edwards Burr May 13, 2013 in American History, general history, History She was the daughter of the famous theologian, Jonathan Edwards, and the wife of the second President of Princeton University, but Esther Edwards Burr is best known today as the mother of Aaron Burr, Jr., the third Vice President of the United States.

  11. The Journal of Esther Edwards Burr, 1754-1757 - amazon.com

    www.amazon.com/Journal-Esther-Edwards-Burr-1754...

    Excellent, detailed study of the life of a colonist in the mid 1750s. Esther is the mother of Aaron Burr. This is the earliest ongoing record of a woman's daily life in the Colonies. Esther's personality and struggle to articulate a separate female indentity in stressful times glow within these pages. A rare portrait of the times.

  1. Ad
    related to: Esther Edwards Burr