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'''Emily Elizabeth Dickinson'''
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== Emily Elizabeth Dickinson ==
 
Born in the homestead built by her paternal grandfather, Samuel Dickinson in Amherst, Massachusetts, on ''December 10, 1830'' to '''Edward Dickinson''' (son of '''Samuel Dickinson''', founder of Amherst College) and to '''Emily Norcross''' from Monson, MA. Her parents were married on May 6, 1828. They had three children total:
 
Born in the homestead built by her paternal grandfather, Samuel Dickinson in Amherst, Massachusetts, on ''December 10, 1830'' to '''Edward Dickinson''' (son of '''Samuel Dickinson''', founder of Amherst College) and to '''Emily Norcross''' from Monson, MA. Her parents were married on May 6, 1828. They had three children total:
 
William Austin (1829–1895), known as Austin, Aust or Awe;
 
William Austin (1829–1895), known as Austin, Aust or Awe;
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Lavinia Norcross (1833–1899), known as Lavinia or Vinnie
 
Lavinia Norcross (1833–1899), known as Lavinia or Vinnie
 
Source: Wikipedia.org/wiki/Emily_Dickinson
 
Source: Wikipedia.org/wiki/Emily_Dickinson
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Emily Elizabeth Dickinson

Born in the homestead built by her paternal grandfather, Samuel Dickinson in Amherst, Massachusetts, on December 10, 1830 to Edward Dickinson (son of Samuel Dickinson, founder of Amherst College) and to Emily Norcross from Monson, MA. Her parents were married on May 6, 1828. They had three children total: William Austin (1829–1895), known as Austin, Aust or Awe; Emily Elizabeth; and Lavinia Norcross (1833–1899), known as Lavinia or Vinnie Source: Wikipedia.org/wiki/Emily_Dickinson