The grandmother of Benjamin Franklin was Mary Morrel; afterwards, by marriage, Mary Folger, one of the old settlers of Nantucket, and the ancestress to a long line of Folgers and harpooneers—all kith and kin to noble Benjamin—this day darting the barbed iron from one side of the world to the other.
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Benjamin Franklin’s portrait is on the $100 bill, which is sometimes referred to as a "Benjamin" or "Franklin."
-BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, THE GAZETTEER AND NEW DAILY ADVERTISER