1712 - Yes, date unknown
||Jacob Leavitt |
||Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA 
- From 1635 to 1803 Hingham, MA was located in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Suffolk County. The southerly boundary line between Hingham/Cohasset and Scituate/Norwell and beyond, is called the "patent line" in deeds. It was the early boundary between the two colonies - Mass Bay & Plymouth. Cohasset, formerly part of Hingham, elected to be part of the newly established Norfolk County in 1793. Hingham thought Dedham, the shire town of Norfolk County, was too far away! Norwell was part of old Scituate. -- Betty Meissner.
||Yes, date unknown
||23 Jul 2012 |
||John Leavitt, b. 6 Jul 1678, Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA , d. 6 Jun 1733, Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA (Age 54 years) |
||Joanna Bisbee, b. 8 Apr 1686, Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA , d. 27 Jun 1720, Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA (Age 34 years) |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- [S2291] Genealogy of the Bisbee Family, Frank Jones Bisbee, (1956; reprint, Decatur, MI: Johnson Graphics, 1992), p. 35.
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