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... Darwin married twice and had 14 children, including two illegitimate daughters by an employee, and, possibly, at least one further illegitimate daughter ... In 1757, he married Mary (Polly) Howard (1740–1770) ... one daughter, two of whom (a son and a daughter) died in infancy Charles Darwin (1758-1778) Erasmus Darwin II (1759–1799) Elizabeth Darwin (1763, survived 4 months) Robert Waring Darwin (1766–1848 ...
... Sir Horace Darwin, KBE, FRS (13 May 1851 – 29 September 1928), a son of the English naturalist Charles Darwin, was a civil engineer ... Darwin was born in Down House in 1851, the fifth son and ninth child of the British naturalist Charles Darwin and his wife Emma, the youngest of their seven children that ... Darwin married Emma Cecilia "Ida" Farrer (1854–1946), daughter of Thomas Farrer, 1st Baron Farrer in January 1880, and they had one son and two daughters Erasmus Darwin (December 7, 1881 ...
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