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Dorothy "Dolly" Quincy Scott
Birth: May 10, 1747
Braintree
Norfolk County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Feb. 3, 1830
Boston
Suffolk County
Massachusetts, USA

Daughter of Justice Edmund and Elizabeth (Wendell) Quincy. She was the wife of Governor John Hancock from 1775 to 1793 and Captain James Scott from 1796 to 1809.
She married John Hancock on August 28, 1775 at the Thaddeus Burr Mansion in Fairfield, Connecticut. She married James Scott on July 27, 1796 at the Brattle Square Church in Boston, Massachusetts.
Cause of death, at the age of 82, is listed as "old age."

"In this city, Mrs. Dorothy Scott, aged 83, relict of the late Gov. Hancock." (Boston Traveler, February 9, 1830.) 
 
Family links: 
 Spouses:
  John Hancock (1737 - 1793)
  James Scott (1746 - 1809)*
 
 Children:
  Lydia Henchman Hancock (1776 - 1777)*
  John George Washington Hancock (1778 - 1787)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
No. 16 TOMB OF HANCOCK
 
Note: Grave marker is no longer there. The John Hancock memorial shaft is located where the Hancock family tomb is.
 
Burial:
Granary Burying Ground
Boston
Suffolk County
Massachusetts, USA
 
Created by: John Anderson
Record added: Jul 20, 2008
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Dorothy Dolly <i>Quincy</i> Scott
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Dorothy Dolly <i>Quincy</i> Scott
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Dorothy Dolly <i>Quincy</i> Scott
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