Dorothy Quincy
First Lady of Massachutts
Dorothy Quincy
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.
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Sleepy Hollow: Louisa May Alcott's Legacy - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Abby, as she was called, was the great niece of Dorothy Quincy, wife of founding father John Hancock. Abby fought injustice in many areas: poverty, abolition, and women's rights. Because her husband, Bronson, rarely earned enough to support a wife and
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Colonial resting place slated for upgrade - Boston Globe
Google News - almost 6 years
“Watching the erosion of this national treasure is sad,'' said Hannah Husband, 27, who for the past two years has led tours of the hallowed cemetery in the guise of Dorothy Quincy Hancock, wife of the state's first governor. After years of watching the
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Quincy citywide cleanup set for Saturday - The Patriot Ledger
Google News - almost 6 years
Ward 5: Central Middle School; Butler Pond; Dorothy Quincy Homestead; Beechwood Knoll School; Sailors' Pond; Josiah Quincy House; Merrymount Park; Black's Creek; Freedom Park; Robert Burns Park. Ward 6: Cavanaugh Field; North Quincy High School;
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Cradle of a Political Dynasty
NYTimes - over 16 years
LET me have my Farm, Family, and Goose Quil, and all the Honours and Offices this World can bestow, may go to those who deserve them better, and desire them more. I covet them not,'' John Adams wrote to his wife, Abigail, in 1776. Although the second president of the United States may not have been as talented a farmer as Abigail proved to be, his
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Paid Notice: Deaths MORRIS, FREDERICK MYERS, DD
NYTimes - almost 19 years
MORRIS-Frederick Myers, DD, STD. 92, husband of the late Dorothy Quincy (Hastings) Morris, died March 27, 1998, in Bloomfield, CT. He was born in Los Angeles in 1906, son of Lewis G. and Ruth (Myers) Morris. Dr. Morris served as Rector of St. Thomas Church, New York for 18 years from 1954 to 1972. He is survived by three daughters, Dorothy Curtiss,
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