Lawrence Leach of Salem, Massachusetts: And Some of His Descendants

F. P. Leach, 1924 - 108 páginas
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Lawrence Leach was born about 1580 in England. He died 24 June 1662 in Salem, Massachusetts. He married Elizabeth. She died about 1674. They had eight children.

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Página 2891 - The Conduct of MAJOR GEN. SHIRLEY, Late General and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Forces in North America.
Página 2865 - We desire you to take notice of one Lawrence Leach, whom we have found a careful and painful man, and we doubt not, he will continue his diligence. Let him have deserving respect.
Página 2892 - Duty's regiment; raised by the province of Massachusetts Bay for the reduction of Canada ; enlisted May 2, 1758; reported discharged Nov.
Página 2904 - Our husbands and sons are gone," they despondingly said, " and none are left to protect us. If the regulars come during their absence, what will become of us, what shall we do?
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Página 2874 - His father sent him at the age of sixteen to visit his friends in England in charge of a man, who betrayed his trust. robbed him of his money, and sent him to the West Indies...
Página 2874 - Hie father sent him at the age of 1C to visit his friends in England, in charge of a man who betrayed his trust, robbed him of his money, and sent him to the West Indies, where he was sold to service to pay his passage ; and after his term expired he made his way to New England and settled at AVeymouth.
Página 2892 - Appears on a list of men raised to serve in the Continental Army from 1st Essex County regimen-t, dated Lynn, February...
Página 2876 - Feb. 1763, of a company in His Majesty's service under the command of Capt.
Página 2866 - ... John, d. at Salem 1659, Richard, d. 1647, Robert, freeman 1644, all born in England, and Giles, b. at Salem. Robert was one of the founders of Manchester, Mass, where he d. 1687, the first of one line of the family. (See pp. 17-18). This family of Leaches is said to have descended from John De Leche, surgeon to King Edward III of England. The coat of arms has upon it three crowns, the significance of which is, that upon one occasion while the kings of France and Scotland were prisoners of King...

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