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Sarah (Quincy) Greenleaf (abt. 1736)

Sarah "Sally" Greenleaf formerly Quincy
Born about in Boston, Massachusettsmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 20 Dec 1763 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts Bay Colonymap
Descendants descendants
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Profile last modified | Created 1 Feb 2017 | Last significant change: 12 Apr 2021
18:36: Sherry Holston edited the Biography for Sarah (Quincy) Greenleaf (abt.1736-). [Thank Sherry for this]
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Biography

Sarah Quincy, daughter of Edmund Quincy IV and his wife Elizabeth (Wendell) Quincy was born about 1736 in Boston, Massachusetts. She married December 20, 1763 to William Greenleaf of Lancaster, Massachusetts.[1]

Edmund Quincy (1681-1737) III, married Dorothy Flynt (1678–1737)

Edmund Quincy (1703-1788) IV, married Elizabeth Wendell (1704–1769) partner with brother Josiah Quincy (1710-1784) Edmund Quincy (1726-1782) V, businessman and land developer, married Anna Huske, remarried to Mehitabel Temple, remarried to Hannah Gannett Henry Quincy (1727–1780), married Mary Salter, remarried to Eunice Newell Abraham Quincy (1728–1756) Elizabeth Quincy (1729–1770), married Samuel Sewall (1715–1771) Katherine Quincy (b. 1733) Dr. Jacob Quincy (1734–1773), married Elizabeth Williams Sarah Quincy (1736–1790), married General William Greenleaf Esther Quincy (1738–1810), married Jonathan Sewall (1728–1796), last royal attorney general of Massachusetts Dorothy Quincy (1747–1830), married John Hancock (1737–1793), remarried to Captain James Scott (1746–1809)

Sources

  1. Holly, H. Hobart. Descendants of Edmund Quincy 1602-1637 who settled in what is now Quincy, Massachusetts in 1635. Quincy, Massachusetts; Quincy Historical Society; 1977. pg 6.
  • Holly, H. Hobart. Descendants of Edmund Quincy 1602-1637 who settled in what is now Quincy, Massachusetts in 1635. Quincy, Massachusetts; Quincy Historical Society; 1977. pg 6.
  • Quincy political family

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