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Destiny-Sarel Riparip

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John Hancock Achievements Song Websites Made By: Quotes "The greatest ability in business is to get
along with others and to influence their actions"
-John Hancock General Biography President Of Continental Congress en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Hancock


www.youtube.com/watch?v=klG1TRhbicI Destiny-Sarel Reyes Riparip
Period 3 His Life Born January 23, 1737
in Baintree(now Quincy)
Province of Massachussets Bay
Died October 8, 1793
Spouse:Dorothy Quincy He is the Son of Reverend John Hancockof Baintree and Mary Thaxter from Hingham.After Hancock's father died in 1744, he was sent to live with his uncle and aunt. ThomasHancock and Lydia(Henchman)Hancock.After graduating from the Boston Latin School in 1750 Hancock enrolled in Harvard College and received his bachelors degree in 1754. In Office: May 24, 1775 - October 31, 1777
Preceded by: Peyton Randolph
Succeeded by: Henry Laurens 1st and 3rd Gouvernor In Office: October 25, 1780 - January 29, 1785
Preceded by: Office Created
Succeeded by: Thomas Cushing

In Office May 30, 1787 - October 8, 1793
Preceeded by: James Bowdoin
Succeeded by: Samuel Adams "There, I guess King George will
be able to read that without his
-John Hancock
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