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Governor/Decloration Of Independence John Hancock III

Born:Jan 12 1737 In:
Died:Oct 8 1793 (at age 56)In:
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1737   Birth
Braintree, Norfolk Massachusetts Colony
Jan 12 1737
1737   Alternate Birth
Braintree (now Quincy), Province of Massachusetts Bay
Jan 12 1737
      Occupation: 3rd President of the Continental Congress of the United Colonies of America 1st President of the Continental Congress of the United States of America, Delegate to the Congress & Signer of the Declaration of Independence
      Move
 
    Burial
Granary Burying Ground, Boston, Massachusetts
 
1775 Age ‎~38‏ Marriage to: Mrs. Dorothy "Dolly" Hancock Scott (born Quincy)
Thaddeus Burr Mansion in Fairfield, Connecticut
1775
1776 Age 39 Birth of daughter: Miss Lydia Henchman (born Hancock)
Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Nov 1776
1776 Age ‎~39‏ Death of daughter: Miss Lydia Henchman (born Hancock)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
1776
1778 Age 41 Birth of son: Master John George Washington "Johnny" Hancock
Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
May 21 1778
1783 Age 46   Birth of daughter: Nancy Hancock
Feb 17 1783
1787 Age 50 Death of son: Master John George Washington "Johnny" Hancock
Cause: Mortally wounded in the head when he fell upon the ice while skating on a pond in Milton, Massachusetts.

Milton, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Jan 27 1787
1796 Age 59 Marriage to: Mrs. Dorothy "Dolly" Hancock Scott (born Quincy)
Brattle Square Church, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
July 27 1796
Spouse: James Scott
1793 Age 56 Death
Hancock Manor, Boston, Masschusetts
Oct 8 1793
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