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1730, Mar 181806, Feb 18
an American merchant in Gloucester, Massachusetts and then Boston. His brothers's were Revolutionary war hero Paul Dudley Sargent (1745–1828) and John Sargent (1750–1824). In 1763, he married Mary Turner (1744–1813), the daughter of John Turner III of the House of the Seven Gables. He was a very successful merchant who was referred to as the "merchant prince". He was engaged in the fishing business and foreign trade, moving to Newburyport, Massachusetts and then to Boston, where he had his offices at 25 and then 40 Long Wharf and owned Sargent's Wharf, Boston, MA.
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