In 1721, the year that Hannah Hunt died, regular mail service was established between New England and the former Dutch city of New York which became part of the British Colonies the year that Hannah was married..

Hannah Hunt

Hannah Hunt is the fifth great grandmother of Rachel Wilcox Liberacki.

In 1650, Hannah Hunt was born in Duxbury, Massachusetts.1

On 19 August 1674, she married Daniel White in Marshfield, Massachusetts.

Hannah died in Marshfield on 25 May 1721.

1I have also found Hannah Hunt's date of birth as 1649, but I find the 1650 sources more credible.


William Hunt


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John White
Joseph White
Thomas White
Cornelius White
Benjamin White
Eleazer White
Ebenezer White



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