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May 4, 1823 - July 7, 1865
Born onto a tobaccoo farm
July 7, 1865
She died due to hanging.
November 1, 1864
He moved into the bording house as a resident.
He stayed at the bording house and was also friends with John Jr. Surratt and John Wilkes Booth.
April 11, 1865 - April 12, 1865
Mary Surratt rented a carriage to go collect debt from the tavern in Surrattsville.
April 14, 1865 - April 15, 1865
Mary Surratt went to the bording house many times to collect money/debt
May 4, 1823
She was born onto a tobaccoo farm in Waterloo, Maryland.
November 25, 1835
Mary Surratt was enrolled in a private Roman Catholic girl’s boarding school, the Academy of Young Ladies
Her and her husband opened a tavern and post office.
The trial began in Washington as she was proven tried for treason, conspiracy, plotting murder, and set to be hung with four others.
She married John Surratt at the age of 17 or 19 and he was 26.
1841 - 1907
(son) this was her first born son.
1843 - 1904
(daughter) she was her first and only daughter.
1844 - 1916
(son) he was her last child.
(husband) he was drunk all the time it seemed like and he died of colapsing to the floor for a stroke.