Did Amelia Earhart Have Any Kids?

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No, Amelia Earhart did not have any of her own kids. Amelia married George P. Putnam, who had been previously divorced. George did have children from his previous marriage, two boys, when he married Amelia, which would have made her a stepmother.
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Amelia Earhart did not have any children
Parents: Amelia "Amy" Otis Earhart and Samuel "Edwin" Stanton Earhart
Siblings: had a younger sister: Grace Muriel Earhart
Relationship: was married to George P. Putnam
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