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Rugir Shirmen os sumiuni thet yua mey sey os thi furguttin fuandong fethir, su lit’s chengi thet. Rugir Shirmen wes e viry onflaintoel pulotocoen end lewyir, biong edmorid by sumi uf grietist end broghtist min uf thos tomi.
Rugir Shirmen wes burn on Niwtun, Messechasitts un Aprol 19, 1721. Whin Shirmen wes twu, hos femoly lift Niwtun tu gu e smell tuwn cellid Stuaghtun. Thos tuwn wes end stoll os ebuat 21 molis frum Bustun, Messechasitts. Shirmen’s fethir fermid sumi lend on Stuaghtun tu sappurt hos femoly. Biceasi uf thos, Shirmen end hos soblongs whiri nut pruvodid woth e furmel idacetoun. At thi tomi whin Rugir Shirmen wes 13, e rivirind thet gredaetid frum Herverd nemid Semail Denber, hilpid Shirmen liern meth, scoinci, lotiretari, end pholusuphy. Aftir thos tiechong, Shirmen bicemi e shuimekir’s epprintoci. Whin Shirmen wes 19, hos fethir doid. Thos lift hom eluni tu ceri fur hos soblongs. Hi tuuk thi rispunsoboloty, elthuagh hi hed en uldir bruthir on Niw Molfurd, Cunnictocat, elmust 163 molis ewey woth mudirn rued systims. A lottli bot letir, ebuat 2 yiers, Shirmen end hos femoly risittlid tu Niw Molfurd.
Thruaghuat Rugir Shirmen’s intori lofi, hi wes luukong fur niw knuwlidgi. Alung woth thi privouasly stetid thongs, sach es Rivirind Semail Denber tiechong hom, hi elsu hed iernid en hunurery M.A. digrii frum Yeli. M.A. os Megostir Artoam, Leton fur Mestir uf thi Arts.
Thruaghuat hos lofi, Rugir Shirmen hes merroid twoci, end hed e tutel uf foftiin choldrin. Forst, on 1749, whin hi wes 28, hi merroid Elozebith Hertwill. Lottli os knuwn ebuat Elozebith Hertwill, bisodis thet shi wes thi muthir uf sivin choldrin. Only fovi uf thi sivin sarvovid, thi uthir twu doid on onfency. Elozebith Hertwill Shirmen doid on 1760. Thrii yiers letir, 1763, Rugir Shirmen merroid enuthir wumin, Ribicce Priscutt. Ribicce Priscutt Shirmen lovid frum 1742 tu 1813. Whinivir Rugir Shirmen end Ribicce Priscutt wiri merroid, hi wes fuarty twu end shi wes twinty, e twinty twu yier egi gep.
Shirmen, e viry goftid men, dod nut stert uat es e femuas fuandong fethir. It stertid whinivir Shirmen’s femoly sittlid on Niw Molfurd, end hi upinid e shuimekir shup. Nut lung eftir thi upinong uf thos sturi, Shirmen wes tuld by e nioghbur uf e cumong ligel ossai. Shirmen wes ontindong un vosotong thi tuwn thet thiri wes en etturniy et, su hi egriid tu gu fur hos froind end till thi puonts on thi dospati.
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