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Paine, Susanna


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  • Variants

    • Paine, Susannah, 1792-1862
    • Paine, Susan, 1792-1862
    • Paine, Susanna, 1792-1862
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1792-06-09
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1862-11-10
    • Birth Place

        Rehoboth (Mass.)
    • Death Place

        Providence (R.I.)
    • Associated Locale

        Connecticut
    • Associated Locale

        Rhode Island
    • Associated Locale

        Massachusetts
    • Associated Locale

        New Hampshire
    • Associated Locale

        Maine
    • Associated Language

        English
    • Occupation

        (itoamc) Novelists
          (itoamc) Poets
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      • Sources

        • found: Women pioneers in Maine art, 1900-1945, April 9-May 19, 1985, ©1985:page 13 (Susanna Paine; artist; 1792-1862; native of Rehoboth, Massachusetts; lived in Portland)
        • found: Her Roses and thorns, or Recollections of an artist, 1854:t.p. (Susanna Paine)
        • found: Her Wait and see, 1860:t.p. (Susanna Paine)
        • found: Folk art, Winter 2005/2006, p. 63, etc.:Roses and thorns: Life of Susanna Paine (Susanna Paine; folk artist; portrait painter; miniaturist; began painting portraits in 1823; published a Christmas hymn, 1836; also published poems; author of Roses and thorns, an autobiography, 1854; author of the novel Wait and see, 1860; as an itinerant artist, produced portraits in Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine; b. June 9, 1792, Rehoboth, Mass.; m. James Phillips in 1819 but divorced him in 1821; d. in Providence, R.I., Nov. 10, 1862, age 70)
        • found: Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Commission, via WWW, July 20, 2022 (Susanna Paine; portrait painter; d. 10 Nov. 1862; interred at Newman Cemetery, E. Providence, R.I.; note: the cemetery was originally in Rehoboth, Mass. (later Seekonk), but in 1862 the land was ceded to Rhode Island and became East Providence)
        • found: MWA/NAIP files, July 20, 2022(access point: Paine, Susanna; variants: Susannah Paine; Susan Paine; note: artist; novelist; poet; worked as a portrait painter in locations across New England; b. June 9, 1792, Rehoboth, Mass.; d. Nov. 10, 1862, Providence, R.I.)
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        • 2022-05-17: new
        • 2022-07-28: revised
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