Richard Leach
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Richard Leach

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Richard F. Leach
Born 1950s.
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Brother of , , [private brother (1950s - unknown)], [private sister (1950s - unknown)], [private sister (1950s - unknown)] and [private sister (1950s - unknown)]
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Richard,

I checked the brothers of the shown father, Giles B. Leach, most of which show to have immigrated from England to Salem, as you stated ... I also looked through all of the male line, including son's & grandson's, from John Leach down-line, and found no hint of anyone who may have removed to Maine ...

Leach is not my line, I "happen" to have a few Leach profile's but, almost always it's because they married a Washburn, as did John's son Ebenezer...

I'm not sure what your suggestion about "allowing you access" to any of the profile's mentioned might mean? Any WikiTree genealogist can access any of these, although you will need the Pre-1700 badge to edit any profile before that date?

Hope I've answered your question.

Hello Richard,

you wrote from Leach-271 :

His father was one of my ancestors in Salem. Do you have the line through to the 3 brothers who moved to Penobscot, Maine in 1769 or so?

Sadly, I really don't have any idea ...

Sorry and good luck.

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