Hannah Stone (Walley) Leonard (1665 - 1725)

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Hannah Stone (Walley) Leonard
1665 - 1725
updated February 06, 2019
Hannah Stone Walley Leonard was born in 1665 in Barnstable, Massachusetts USA. She was born into the Walley family and married into the Leonard family. She died on August 2, 1725 in Taunton, Massachusetts USA at age 60.


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Hannah Leonard was born in in Barnstable, Massachusetts USA


Hannah Leonard died on in Taunton, Massachusetts USA

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Hannah Stone Walley Leonard passed away on August 2, 1725 in Taunton, Massachusetts USA at 60 years of age. She was born in 1665 in Barnstable, Massachusetts USA. There is no information about Hannah's family or relationships.
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