|Death Date:||1856 (aged 78–79)
As per our current Database, Sarah Hoare died on 1856 (aged 78–79)
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Hoare was born on 7 July 1777 in Old Broad Street in the parish of St Peter le Poer, London to Samuel and Sarah (née Gurney) Hoare.
In 1831, she wrote and illustrated Poems on Conchology and Botany. Hoare's book is an early example of a female Victorian author using observations and scientifically based research to inform her writing. Hoare's poems are a rare example of a collection based on conchology. It has been argued that Hoare and her contemporaries were influenced by the writings of Erasmus Darwin and in particular by his poem The Loves of Plants.
She died in Bath in 1856. Hoare wrote a memoir of her father's life which was published posthumously in 1911.