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|Description:||Sarah Curran was the youngest daughter of the lawyer and nationalist John Philpot Curran. She was secretly engaged to Robert Emmet. However when her father discovered this in 1803, she was obliged to leave the family home, the Priory in Rathfarnham, and found refuge with friends in Cork. Here she met and married in 1805 a Captain Sturgeon. She died in England in 1808. Taken from "Footprints of Emmet" published in 1903.|
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