flag   Hannah  LEAVENS

  (b. 17 October 1666 Roxbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony   d. 16 October 1756 Woodstock, Crown Colony of Connecticut )  

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Hannah LEAVENS was born 17 October 1666 in Roxbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony. Hannah LEAVENS was the child of John LEAVENS and and the grandchild of: (paternal)  John LEAVENS and Rachel WRIGHT (maternal)  John WOODS and Mary PARMENTER

She married  Jonathan PEAKE .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Jonathan PEAKE  was born 10 October 1663 in Roxbury, Massachusetts, USA.  He died 20 September 1744 in Woodstock, Connecticut, USA.  He was the son of Jonathan PEAKE and Sarah FRENCH.

Hannah LEAVENS died 16 October 1756 in Woodstock, Crown Colony of Connecticut.
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Hannah LEAVENS married flag  Jonathan PEAKE-- Place: 
Jonathan PEAKE was the son of Jonathan PEAKE and Sarah FRENCH




Children:

flag  Bethiah PEAKE (b.20 February 1698, Woodstock, Crown Colony of Connecticut  d. 5 August 1779, Auburn, Crown Colony of Massachusetts Bay )
m. Edward MORRIS 12 January 1715


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Hannah LEAVENS
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Birth
17 October 1666
Roxbury, Massachusetts, USA

1666 Birth

Name: Hannah Levins
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 17 Oct 1666
Birthplace: Roxbury, Suffolk,...Read MORE...


USA 1675 - King Philip's War takes place between Native Americans and New England colonists
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1698 Birth of Child
Bethiah PEAKE was born 20 February 1698, Woodstock, Connecticut, USA

1744 Death of Spouse/Partner
Jonathan PEAKE died 20 September 1744, Woodstock, Connecticut, USA
World History 1754 - Beginning of the French and Indian War between Great Britain and France for control of the North American colonies. It is part of the Seven Years War.


Death
16 October 1756
Woodstock, Connecticut, USA


Hannah is buried at:
Woodstock Hill Cemetery
Woodstock
Windham County
Connecticut, USA

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