That would be wonderful! I know that her name was Harriet, and according to the death certificates of two of her children, her maiden name was Robinson. She was born in Delaware in 1837/38. But when I search the 1850 census for her, the closest result doesn't quite line up. All the info I have on her is here:
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Hey! Nice to meet you. Let me know if I can ever look something up for you down here. I have a relative who was born in Delaware in 1837, and I've been unable to find her parents. Her name was Harriet Jane Robinson, and she married Robert Barton Dickson. They lived in Philadelphia.