She died on April 14, 1774 “a very aged woman upward of 90 years."
Planter is an archaic term for a settler. Plantation was a method of colonization where settlers were "planted" abroad. A plantation is also the kind of large farm that was the economical basis of many American Colonies and owners of these farms were also called planters.
Mister ( Mr.) was derived from master and Mrs. and Miss were derived from mistress. They indicated people of superior social status in colonial America.
The New England Meetinghouse was the only municipal building in a town. Both worship and civil meetings were held there. It was customary for men and women to sit separately and the town chose a committee once a year to assign seats according to what was paid, age, and dignity.
from Massachusetts and Maine Families in the Ancestry of Walter Goodwin Davis
Jane [Allanson], b. about 1650 in England; m (1) Peter Shaw of Scarborough before 1676; m. (2) after 1694 William Bradford of Beverly; m. (3) Robert Leach of Manchester March 13, 1717/8.
Peter Shaw was a planter at Spurwink and also owned lands at Blue Point, in partnership with Collins.
On July 9, 1730, Jane Leech, widow of Robert Leech, late of Manchester, carpenter, deeded to John Tuck of Beverly, coaster, all the right inteterest and inheritance which she had or ought to have in any lands in Scarborough "which late was part of the estate of my father Ralph Ellison." She d. in Beverly between July and Dec. 1734, "aged 96," a great exaggeration.