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Charles Lenox Remond

Charles Lenox Remond
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Born(1810-02-01)February 1, 1810
DiedDecember 22, 1873(1873-12-22) (aged 63)
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
OccupationActivist, lecturer
Spouse(s)Amy Matilda William Cassey
Elizabeth Magee
ChildrenAmy Matilda Remond
Charles Lenox Remond, Jr.
Wendell Phillips Remond
Albert Ernest Remond
Parent(s)John Remond (father)
Nancy Lenox (mother)
RelativesSarah Parker Remond (sister)
Caroline Remond Putnam (sister)
Cecilia Remond Putnam (sister)
Marchita Remond (sister)

Charles Lenox Remond (February 1, 1810 – December 22, 1873) was an American orator, activist and abolitionist based in Massachusetts. He lectured against slavery across the Northeast, and in 1840 traveled to the British Isles on a tour with William Lloyd Garrison. During the American Civil War, he recruited blacks for the United States Colored Troops, helping staff the first two units sent from Massachusetts. From a large family of African-American entrepreneurs, he was the brother of Sarah Parker Remond, also a lecturer against slavery.