LEE Narrative
JOHNSON and SCHAUFELBERGER GENEALOGY

LEE Narrative
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JOHN LEE/LEIGH
John Leigh is first mentioned in the Ipswich records in 1640 when he was granted the hay on Chebacco Way, near Labor-in-Vain Creek.  In his will, he appoints his sons John and Joseph as executors and mentions Sarah Hungerfoot who lived with the family: "Item, I give unto Sarah Hungerfoot, besides what I have given her already, Twenty pound to be payd her by my two sons ten pound a piece at her marryage, Provided that she proceed orderly therein, and shall continue to live with my wife till that time in ye same way as hitherto she hath done."

JOSEPH LEE/LEIGH
On May 5, 1664, Joseph Lee and William Downeing were fined by the Ipswich court for breach of the peace.

HENRY LEE
Henry Lee moved from Charlestown MA to Concord NH after the death of his second wife (and before his own death in 1745).



Lord, William G., History of Athol Massachusetts, Somerville Printing Company, Somerville, MA, 1953