Person:Jonathan Leavitt (7)

m. by 1731
  1. Rev. Jonathan Leavitt1730/31 - 1802
  • HRev. Jonathan Leavitt1730/31 - 1802
  • WSarah HookerEst 1743 - 1791
  1. Clarissa Leavitt1762 -
  2. Judge Jonathan Leavitt1764 - 1830
  3. Josiah Hart Leavitt1765 -
  4. Erastus Hart Leavitt1765 -
  5. Joshua Leavitt1767 -
  6. David Leavitt1769 -
  7. Colonel Roger Leavitt1771 - 1840
  8. Erastus Leavitt1772 -
  9. Dr. Roswell Leavitt1775 -
  10. Horatio Leavitt1781 -
  • HRev. Jonathan Leavitt1730/31 - 1802
  • WTirzah Field1749 - 1797
m. 27 Aug 1792
Facts and Events
Name Rev. Jonathan Leavitt
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 11 Jan 1730/31 Suffield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Marriage 27 Aug 1792 Greenfield, Franklin, Massachusetts, United Statesto Tirzah Field
Death[1][3] 9 Sep 1802 Heath, Franklin, Massachusetts, United States
Reference Number? Q6273655?
Burial? South Cemetery, Heath, Franklin, Massachusetts, United States

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Rev. Jonathan Leavitt (1731–1802) was an early New England Congregational minister, born in Connecticut, and subsequently the pastor of churches in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, both of which dismissed him from his posts. Several of Rev. Leavitt's descendants became among the most noted abolitionists of their day, even though the difficult Reverend was dismissed from one pastorate for allegedly abusing his runaway slave, and from another for his Loyalist sentiments.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Jonathan Leavitt (minister), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2. Suffield (Connecticut). Town Clerk. Records of births, marriages, and deaths, 1662-1904. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1982), Vol. 2 p. 39.

    "Jonathan the son of Joshua and Mary Leavitt born Janry the 11th 1730-31"

  3. Heath, Franklin, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Heath, Massachusetts to the Year 1850. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1915), p. 128.

    LEAVITT, Jonathan, Rev., "He graduated at Yale College in 1758. Was installed first minister of Charlemont in 1767," [died] Sept. 9, 1802, in 72d y., G.R.2.