Person:Thomas Levet (1)

Thomas Levet
b.bef 1616 England
m. ABT 1644
  1. Hezron Leavitt1644 - 1712
  2. Aretas LeavittABT 1646 - 1739
  3. John LeavittABT 1648 - 1736
  4. James Leavitt1652 - 1718
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Levet
Alt Name Thomas Leavitt
Gender Male
Birth[1] bef 1616 England
Residence[4] 1639 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United StatesSignatory, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States. Exeter Combination
Marriage ABT 1644 to Isabel Smith, alias Bland
Death[2] 28 Nov 1696 Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Occupation? Select, Constable, Jurist
Ancestral File Number T24D-2D


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Thomas Leavitt (1616–1696) was an English Puritan who was one of the earliest permanent settlers of the Province of New Hampshire. A farmer, Leavitt apparently followed Rev. John Wheelwright to his settlement of Exeter, New Hampshire. Later Leavitt moved on to Hampton. He was seldom involved in town business, and was described by one writer as "a quiet, useful citizen." He was not remarkable, except insofar as those who crossed the Atlantic to settle an unknown continent, peopled by tribes with which they were unfamiliar and swept by storms startling to Englishmen, were unremarkable.

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References
  1. D.O.B.: "History of Hampton", Vol. II, p. 810 (died "above eighty")., Questionable quality.
  2. D.O.D.: "History of Hampton", Vol. II, p. 810, Primary quality.
  3.   Thomas Leavitt (settler), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).
  4. Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States. Exeter Combination. (Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States).