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    Susanna Hall (née Shakespeare; baptised 26 May 1583 – 11 July 1649) was the oldest child of William Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway and the older sister of twins Judith and Hamnet Shakespeare. Susanna married John Hall, a local physician, in 1607. They had one daughter, Elizabeth, in 1608.

  2. Susanna Hall, nascida Susanna Shakespeare (26 de maio de 1583 - 11 de julho de 1649), foi a filha mais velha do poeta inglês William Shakespeare e de sua esposa Anne Hathaway. Especula-se que ela nasceu seis meses após o casamentos dos pais; Shakespeare tinha 18 anos, enquanto que Hathaway deveria ter 26.

  3. Susanna died on 11 July 1649 aged 66 and was buried beside her husband in Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon. Her epitaph reads; “Witty above her sex, but that’s not all, Wise to salvation was good Mistris Hall, Something in Shakespeare was in that, but this. Wholy of him with whom she’s now in bliss. Then, Passenger, hast nere a teare,

  4. Susanna Hall, William’s Daughter. Susanna Hall (nee Shakespeare) was the elder of Shakespeare’s two daughters. She was baptised on 26th May 1583 at Holy Trinity church in Stratford upon Avon and died on 11th July 1649. She married Dr John Hall in 1607. They had one child, Elizabeth.

  5. Susanna Shakespeare Elizabeth, Lady Bernard ( née Hall , formerly Nash ) ( baptised 21 February 1608 – 17 February 1670) was the granddaughter of the English poet, playwright and actor William Shakespeare .

  6. 29 de fev. de 2020 · husband. Elizabeth Bernard, Lady Bernard. daughter. William Shakespeare. father. Anne Shakespeare. mother. Hamnet Shakespeare, (twin) brother. Judith Quiney, (twin) sister. About Susanna Hall.

  7. 25 de jan. de 2021 · A Woman to Know: Susanna Hall. Witty above her sex, but that's not all. — from Susanna Halls epitaph. (image via Wikimedia Commons) Much is known of William Shakespeare’s writing, and much is written of the lives his legendary characters led on the page and on the stage.