Margaret Leonard (1689 - 1760)

Margaret Leonard
1689 - 1760
updated February 06, 2019
Margaret Leonard was born in 1689 in West Springfield, Massachusetts. She died on October 3, 1760 at West Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts at 71 years old.


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Margaret Leonard was born in in West Springfield, Massachusetts US


Margaret Leonard died on at West Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts,

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Margaret Leonard passed away on October 3, 1760 at West Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts at age 71. She was born in 1689 in West Springfield, Massachusetts. There is no information about Margaret's immediate family.
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around 1908 - Mar 19, 1941
around 1932 - Dec 21, 1940
around 1917 - Unknown
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1895 - 1985
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1880 - 1966
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Jul 6, 1673 - Unknown
Aug 25, 1851 - Unknown
Sep 29, 1847 - Unknown
May 18, 1668 - Aug 24, 1748
Dec 3, 1849 - Unknown
Dec 6, 1819 - 1850
Jul 10, 1776 - Unknown
Feb 16, 1787 - Apr 5, 1879
1745 - 1801
Mar 3, 1774 - Unknown
Jul 4, 1813 - 1850
1715 - 1785
Feb 13, 1779 - Aug 1, 1854
Jul 6, 1790 - May 24, 1868
Aug 17, 1781 - Jun 30, 1871

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May 6, 1756 - Mar 24, 1836
Mar 8, 1718 - around 1780
around 1726 - Unknown
around 1689 - around 1754
around 1750 - May 10, 1806
Mar 8, 1701 - Sep 11, 1783
Oct 15, 1749 - Nov 16, 1816
Aug 22, 1725 - Jun 2, 1797
Apr 4, 1789 - Dec 1, 1865
Dec 6, 1754 - Dec 20, 1831
May 13, 1683 - Jun 17, 1767
Aug 13, 1737 - Dec 1, 1816
Dec 10, 1711 - Nov 25, 1788
Nov 22, 1658 - 1732
Feb 22, 1666 - Jul 19, 1689
Oct 12, 1681 - May 29, 1767
Oct 13, 1683 - Jun 13, 1755
Mar 5, 1642 - Sep 18, 1675
Mar 29, 1646 - Aug 4, 1689
1595 - 1635
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