Frances Tupper

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Frances Amélia, Lady Tupper
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Born Frances Amelia Morse
(1826-03-14)March 14, 1826[1]
Amherst, Nova Scotia
Died May 11, 1912(1912-05-11) (aged 86)
Nova Scotia, Canada
Known for Wife of Sir Charles Tupper
Children Charles Hibbert Tupper
William Johnston Tupper

Frances Amélia, Lady Tupper (née Morse; March 14, 1826 – May 11, 1912) was the wife of Sir Charles Tupper, the sixth Prime Minister of Canada. They had six children together, three boys and three girls. Two of their sons, Charles Hibbert Tupper and William Johnston Tupper, also had careers in politics. Lady Tupper was born in Amherst, Nova Scotia.

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Honorary titles
Preceded by
Annie Affleck, Lady Thompson
Spouse of the Prime Minister of Canada
1896
Succeeded by
Zoé Lafontaine, Lady Laurier