Dorothy Quincy

First Lady of Massachutts
Born May 10, 1747

Dorothy Quincy Hancock Scott was an American hostess, the daughter of Justice Edmund Quincy of Braintree and Boston. Her aunt, also named Dorothy Quincy, was the subject of Oliver Wendell Holmes' poem Dorothy Q. She was raised at the Quincy Homestead in what is now Quincy, Massachusetts. The house in which she lived has been designated a National Historic Landmark, and is known as the Dorothy Quincy House.… Read More

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1747 Birth Born on May 10, 1747.


1830 83 Years Old Died on February 3, 1830.
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