Person:John Leavitt (30)

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Dea. John Leavitt
b.1608 England
m. 1607
  1. Dea. John Leavitt1608 - 1691
  • HDea. John Leavitt1608 - 1691
  • WUnknown - 1646
m. Bef 1637
  1. Samuel Leavitt1641 - 1707
  2. John Leavitt
  • HDea. John Leavitt1608 - 1691
  • WSarah Gilman1618 - 1700
m. 15 Dec 1646
  1. Israel Leavitt1648 - 1696
  2. Moses Leavitt1650 - 1730
  3. Josiah Leavitt1653 - 1708
  4. Nehemiah Leavitt1655/56 - bef 1715
  5. Sarah Leavitt1658/9 - 1726
  6. Hannah Leavitt1663/64 -
Facts and Events
Name Dea. John Leavitt
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1608 England
Marriage Bef 1637 to Unknown
Marriage 15 Dec 1646 Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United Statesto Sarah Gilman
Death? 20 Nov 1691 Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States


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Deacon John Leavitt (1608–1691) was a tailor, public officeholder, and founding deacon of Old Ship Church in Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, the only remaining 17th-century Puritan meeting house in America and the oldest church in continuous ecclesiastical use in the United States. Hingham's Leavitt Street is named for the early settler, whose descendants have lived in Hingham for centuries.

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  1. John Leavitt, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).