Person:Joshua Leavitt (1)

m. bef 1794
  1. Rev. Joshua Leavitt1794 - 1873
  2. Roger Hooker Leavitt1805 - 1885
m. 1 NOV 1820
  1. William Solomon Leavitt1822 -
  2. John Hooker Leavitt1824 - 1828
  3. Thomas Roger Leavitt1828 - 1872
  4. James Taylor Leavitt1833 -
  5. Samuel Cox Leavitt1835 - 1859
  6. Joshua Leavitt1839 -
Facts and Events
Name Rev. Joshua Leavitt
Gender Male
Birth? 8 Sep 1794 Heath, Franklin, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 1 NOV 1820 to Sarah Williams
Death? 16 Jan 1873 New York City, New York, United States
Occupation? Minister, Lawyer, Editor


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Rev. Joshua Leavitt (September 8, 1794, Heath, Massachusetts – January 16, 1873, Brooklyn, New York) was an American Congregationalist minister and former lawyer who became a prominent writer, editor and publisher of abolitionist literature. He was also a spokesman for the Liberty Party and a prominent campaigner for cheap postage. Leavitt served as editor of The Emancipator, The New York Independent, The New York Evangelist, and other periodicals. He was the first secretary of the American Temperance Society and co-founder of the New York City Anti-Slavery Society.

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