Category:Sarah A. Bowman

English: Sarah Bowman (c. 1813 – 1866) was an American innkeeper, restaurateur, and madam. Nicknamed "The Great Western", she gained fame, and the title "Heroine of Fort Brown", as a camp follower of Zachary Taylor's army during the Mexican–American War. Over the course of her life she was married multiple times, often without legal record or the blessing of a priest, and was known at various times by the names Boginnis, Bourdette, Bourget, Bourjette, Borginnis, Davis, Bowman, and possibly Foyle.


Sarah A. Bowman 
American innkeeper, restaurateur, and madam.
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Name in native languageSarah Bowman
Date of birth1810
United States of America
Date of death22 December 1866
United States of America
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Sarah A. Bowman (es); Sarah A. Bowman (fr); שרה בומאן (he); Sarah A. Bowman (nl); Sarah A. Bowman (ca); Sarah A. Bowman (en); Sarah A. Bowman (ast); Sarah A. Bowman (sl); Боуман Сара (ru) American innkeeper, restaurateur, and madam. (en); Amerikaans prostituee (?-1866) (nl); prostituta estauxunidense (1810–1866) (ast) Сара Боуман (ru)

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