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Beneath this stone erected AD 1829 Are deposited the mortal remains of Thomas Hinckley He died AD 1706, aged 85 years. History bears witness to his piety usefulness and agency in the public transactions of his time The important offices he was called to fill evidence the esteem in which he was held by the people. He was successively elected an assistant in The government of Plymouth Colony from 1658 to 1681 and Governor except during the interruption by Sir Edmund Andros from 1681 to the junction of Plymouth with Massachusetts in 1692