Occupation: Wife, Mother
Class: The Better Sort
Political Scale: 3
OSH Clearance: No Admittance
You are the wife of a renowned artist at the pinnacle of Boston society, but your family connections force you to declare sides in the Revolution.
- Your father is a Loyalist merchant for the British East India Company. Most of the tea destroyed in the Boston Tea Party comes from his ship.
- You marry John Singleton Copley, the painter, and have six children.
- Your husband uses you as a model in a painting depicting the Goddess of Love.
- You have social connections to people on both sides of the political fence.
- After the Boston Tea Party, you are forced to declare Loyalty to the Crown and flee to London.
- John Singleton Copley (Husband)
- Richard Clarke (father)
- Elizabeth Winslow Clarke (mother)
- Jonathan Clarke (brother)
- Henry Pelham (brother-in-law)