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George STANLEY3,39,403,659 was born about 1460 in St. James, Garlic Hithe, Of Knowsley, Lancashire, Eng..3,39 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,659 He died on 5 Dec 1497.3,39 He is reference number 4363. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,659 [boyd-trees.ged]









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George Stanley, Lord Strange, K.G.

His Lordship married Joan, Baroness Strange of Knockyn, daughter and heir of John, Lord Strange, of Knockyn, Co. heir of the Barony of Mohan, by Jacquetta, his wife, widow of John Plantagenet, Duke of Bedford. He was summoned to Parliament as Lord Strange, in the 22nd of Edward IV (1483). She died 20 March 1513.

His Lordship's younger son, Sir James of Crosshall, Co., Lans., was Marshall of Ireland. He married Anne Hart, widow of Edmund Talbot de Bashall, Co. York, ancestor by him of the Talbots de Bashall, and sister of Sir Perceval Hart, of Lullingston, and the daughter of John Hart, by Elizabeth, his wife, sister and heir of Sir John Peache of Lullingstone Castle, Kent. Sir James and Anne had issue 1. Sir George Stanley of Crosshall, called the Black Knight, Marshal of Ireland, Captain of the Isle of Man. 2. Henry Stanley of Aughton born in 1515.

George's principal act of historical interest was after his narrow escape from King Richards heavy hands and before his death in 1497 was his gallantry at the battle of Stoke, where he was one of the commanders under Henry VII against De La Pole, Earl of Lincoln. On the 8th of April, the first of Henry VII, he was made one of the Lords of the Privy Council. He was made one of the Knights Champions of the most noble Order of the Garter.

The 11th Earl of Derby, Sir Edward Stanley, Bart, of Bickerstaffe Hall, Bickerstaffe near Ormskirk, descended from Sir Georges third son James, Knight of Crosshall and Marshal of Ireland. On the 8th of April, the first of Henry VII, he was made one of the Lords of the Privy Council. He was made one of the Knights Champions of the most noble Order of the Garter.



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George Stanley, Lord Strange, K.G.

His Lordship married Joan, Baroness Strange of Knockyn, daughter and heir of John, Lord Strange, of Knockyn, Co. heir of the Barony of Mohan, by Jacquetta, his wife, widow of John Plantagenet, Duke of Bedford. He was summoned to Parliament as Lord Strange, in the 22nd of Edward IV (1483). She died 20 March 1513.

His Lordship's younger son, Sir James of Crosshall, Co., Lans., was Marshall of Ireland. He married Anne Hart, widow of Edmund Talbot de Bashall, Co. York, ancestor by him of the Talbots de Bashall, and sister of Sir Perceval Hart, of Lullingston, and the daughter of John Hart, by Elizabeth, his wife, sister and heir of Sir John Peache of Lullingstone Castle, Kent. Sir James and Anne had issue 1. Sir George Stanley of Crosshall, called the Black Knight, Marshal of Ireland, Captain of the Isle of Man. 2. Henry Stanley of Aughton born in 1515.

George's principal act of historical interest was after his narrow escape from King Richards heavy hands and before his death in 1497 was his gallantry at the battle of Stoke, where he was one of the commanders under Henry VII against De La Pole, Earl of Lincoln. On the 8th of April, the first of Henry VII, he was made one of the Lords of the Privy Council. He was made one of the Knights Champions of the most noble Order of the Garter.

The 11th Earl of Derby, Sir Edward Stanley, Bart, of Bickerstaffe Hall, Bickerstaffe near Ormskirk, descended from Sir Georges third son James, Knight of Crosshall and Marshal of Ireland. On the 8th of April, the first of Henry VII, he was made one of the Lords of the Privy Council. He was made one of the Knights Champions of the most noble Order of the Garter. Parents: Thomas STANLEY and Eleanor NEVIL.

Spouse: Baroness Joan STRANGE. George STANLEY and Baroness Joan STRANGE were married before 26 Feb 1480/81.3,39 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,659 Reference Number:91105 Children were: James STANLEY, Elizabeth STANLEY, Jane STANLEY, Eleanor STANLEY, Mary STANLEY, Thomas STANLEY, Thomas STANLEY, John STANLEY, George STANLEY.

Spouse: MARGARET. George STANLEY and MARGARET were married in 1482.3,39 Reference Number:91380


George STANLEY3,39 was born about 1488 in Lathom, Lancs., England.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 76626. Parents: George STANLEY and Baroness Joan STRANGE.


George Burton STANLEY3,39 was born on 29 Aug 1899 in Park City, Utah.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4270. Parents: George Franklin STANLEY and Harriet HALES.

Spouse: Irene Marella MURDOCK. George Burton STANLEY and Irene Marella MURDOCK were married on 28 Apr 1920.3,39 Reference Number:89998


George C. STANLEY3,39 was born on 8 May 1827 in Harpersfield, Delaware Co., NY.3,39 He died on 30 Jan 1859.3,39 He is reference number 4145. Parents: Nathan STANLEY and Permilia HOGEBOOM.

Spouse: Mary C. O'DELL. George C. STANLEY and Mary C. O'DELL were married on 2 May 1855.3,39 Reference Number:88291


George C. STANLEY3,39 was born in 1833 in New York.3,39 He died on 6 Dec 1895 in Fruita, Mesa Co., Colorado.3,39 He is reference number 2621. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Served in the Civil War (Company K, 9th Regiment, Illinois Cavalry) entered service on 19 Sep 1861, was mustered out as a First Sgt. on Oct 31, 1864. Was single, never married. He was at one time a prominent citizen of Kentucky and a wealthy, well-to-do businessman. Reverses came and he drifted out west landing in Iowa, and finally settled in Fruita, Mesa Co., Colorado around 1883. Killed near Rhone, Colorado after being thrown from his wagon. His horses were frightened by a foolish young man who shot off his revolver and scared his horses.[xx.FTW]

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Served in the Civil War (Company K, 9th Regiment, Illinois Cavalry) entered service on 19 Sep 1861, was mustered out as a First Sgt. on Oct 31, 1864. Was single, never married. He was at one time a prominent citizen of Kentucky and a wealthy, well-to-do businessman. Reverses came and he drifted out west landing in Iowa, and finally settled in Fruita, Mesa Co., Colorado around 1883. Killed near Rhone, Colorado after being thrown from his wagon. His horses were frightened by a foolish young man who shot off his revolver and scared his horses. Parents: John Orsemus STANLEY and Dolly FLANSBURG.


George Clinton STANLEY3,39 was born on 3 Feb 1865 in Knox County, Illinois.3,39 He died on 13 Aug 1915.3,39 He is reference number 2646. Parents: John Wesley STANLEY and Mary Jane CADWELL.

Spouse: Sarah Ann FULKERSON. George Clinton STANLEY and Sarah Ann FULKERSON were married on 30 Sep 1885 in Ottawa, KS.3,39 Reference Number:56608 Children were: Richard Orsemus STANLEY, Raymond Florentine STANLEY, Ivy Helen STANLEY, John Wesley STANLEY, Wayne Leroy STANLEY, Ortho Clyde STANLEY.


George Franklin STANLEY3,39 was born on 17 Jul 1868 in Bountiful, Utah.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4261. Parents: Alexander Henry STANLEY and Adelia Ann BROWN.

Spouse: Harriet HALES. George Franklin STANLEY and Harriet HALES were married on 23 Nov 1891.3,39 Reference Number:89890 Children were: George Burton STANLEY.


Grace H. STANLEY3,39 died on 17 Jan 1951.3,39 She is reference number 4157. Parents: Herbert STANLEY and Orline ZEH.

Spouse: Peter MATTICE. Peter MATTICE and Grace H. STANLEY were married on 9 Jun 1909.3,39 Reference Number:88483


Harriet STANLEY3,39 died on 30 Sep 1961.3,39 She is reference number 4159. Parents: Herbert STANLEY and Orline ZEH.

Spouse: Uncas RICHTER. Uncas RICHTER and Harriet STANLEY were married on 24 Jun 1912.3,39 Reference Number:88527


Helen Carolyn STANLEY394 was born on 26 Mar 1873.394 She died on 17 Dec 1907.394

Spouse: Franklin Asbury PRINCE Jr.. Franklin Asbury PRINCE Jr. and Helen Carolyn STANLEY were married.


Helen Evaline STANLEY3,39 was born on 18 Feb 1850 in Victoria, Knox Co., IL.3,39 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 2625. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Her National Number Daughter of the American Revolution is 173100.[xx.FTW]

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Her National Number Daughter of the American Revolution is 173100. Parents: John Orsemus STANLEY and Dolly FLANSBURG.

Spouse: Peter TIFFANY. Peter TIFFANY and Helen Evaline STANLEY were married on 1 Jan 1867.3,39 Reference Number:56345 Children were: George TIFFANY, Lillie TIFFANY, Mary TIFFANY, Claude TIFFANY, Frank TIFFANY, Percy TIFFANY, Maude TIFFANY, Delbert TIFFANY, Berenice TIFFANY, Ivy TIFFANY, Ralph TIFFANY.


Helen Malinda STANLEY3,39 was born on 12 Apr 1867 in Galesburg, IL.3,39 She died on 15 Apr 1952 in Butler, MO.3,39 She was buried Unknown in Hiatville, Bourbon County, Kansas.3,39 She is reference number 2493. She was in Methodist.3,39 [boyd-trees.ged]









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Was very well read. Enjoyed embroidering, crocheting and other forms of needlework. Her family moved from Illinois by covered wagon to Bourbon County, Kansas when she was two years old. Her family homesteaded on a farm four miles west of Fort Scott, Kansas. She told her grandson (Robert G. Boyd) that her family was raided by Indians when she was a small girl. That the Indians took her little blue bonnet from her head and some of the families horses, but that there was no fight and no one was injured. Married Phillip Washington Boyd at the home of her parents in Marmaton Township, Bourbon County, Kansas on February 24, 1886. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. W. C. Porter, a Presbyterian minister, from Fort Scott, Kansas.[xx.FTW]

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Was very well read. Enjoyed embroidering, crocheting and other forms of needlework. Her family moved from Illinois by covered wagon to Bourbon County, Kansas when she was two years old. Her family homesteaded on a farm four miles west of Fort Scott, Kansas. She told her grandson (Robert G. Boyd) that her family was raided by Indians when she was a small girl. That the Indians took her little blue bonnet from her head and some of the families horses, but that there was no fight and no one was injured. Married Phillip Washington Boyd at the home of her parents in Marmaton Township, Bourbon County, Kansas on February 24, 1886. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. W. C. Porter, a Presbyterian minister, from Fort Scott, Kansas. Parents: John Wesley STANLEY and Mary Jane CADWELL.

Spouse: Phillip Washington BOYD. Phillip Washington BOYD and Helen Malinda STANLEY were married on 24 Feb 1886 in Bourbon Co. KS.3,39 Reference Number:52964
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Married on her father's farm 4 miles west of Fort Scott, KS by Rev. Porter a Presbyterian minister.[xx.FTW]

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Married on her father's farm 4 miles west of Fort Scott, KS by Rev. Porter a Presbyterian minister. Children were: Harry Preston BOYD, Edna May BOYD, Carrie Mabel BOYD, Frank Orsemus BOYD, Eva Lorena BOYD, Fred Earl BOYD, Edward A BOYD.


Henrietta Maria STANLEY3,39 was born on 17 Nov 1630.3,39 She died on 27 Dec 1685.3,39 She is reference number 4306. Parents: James STANLEY and Charlotte DE LA TREMOUILLE.

Spouse: Richard MOLYNEUX. Richard MOLYNEUX and Henrietta Maria STANLEY were married. Reference Number:90576

Spouse: William WENTWORTH. William WENTWORTH and Henrietta Maria STANLEY were married. Reference Number:90577


Henry STANLEY3,39 was born in 1364 in Storeton, Chesh., England.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4442. Parents: Sir William STANLEY and Alice MASSEY.


Henry STANLEY3,39 was born in 1387 in Lathom, Yorkshire, England.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4423. Parents: Sir John STANLEY and Isabel LATHOM.


Henry STANLEY3,39 was born about 1511.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4367. Parents: Thomas STANLEY and Anne HASTINGS. Parents: Thomas STANLEY and Anne HASTINGS.


Henry STANLEY3,39 was born in Sep 1531 in Latham, Yorkshire, England.3,39 He was christened on 4 Oct 1531.3,39 He died on 25 Sep 1593 in Latham, Yorkshire, England.3,39 He was buried on 4 Dec 1593 in Ormskirk, England.3,39 He is reference number 4325. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Henry Stanley, Fourth Earl of Derby, K.G. Lord Lieutenant of Co. Lancs and Chester was one of the peers who sat upon the trial of Mary, Queen of Scots. He married Margaret Clifford, daughter of the Earl of Cumberland, and dying in 1592, was succeeded by his eldest son Ferdinando. His wife, Margaret Clifford, was the only child of Henry Clifford, Earl of Cumberland by his wife Eleanor, daughter and co-heir of Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, Mary Dowager, Queen of France, the sister of Henry VIII.

Margaret was a spendthrift. Henry unhappy in marriage had a mistress, Jane Halsall, with who he had four illegitimate children.

On The 23rd of April 1575, Queen Elizabeth dignified the Earl with the honour of the Garter and so highly did he enjoy the favour of royalty, that her Majesty preferred him in all momentous and critical affairs of state, as one whom she could rely upon as a trusty friend and faithful servant. In the 32nd of Queen Elizabeth he was by special commission constituted Lord High - Stewart of England, and sole Judge for the trial of Philip Earl of Arundel, for Treason. In the year 1588 the Queen was graciously pleased to grant him by patent for 5 years, the high office of Lord - Chamberlain of Chester.[xx.FTW]

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Henry Stanley, Fourth Earl of Derby, K.G. Lord Lieutenant of Co. Lancs and Chester was one of the peers who sat upon the trial of Mary, Queen of Scots. He married Margaret Clifford, daughter of the Earl of Cumberland, and dying in 1592, was succeeded by his eldest son Ferdinando. His wife, Margaret Clifford, was the only child of Henry Clifford, Earl of Cumberland by his wife Eleanor, daughter and co-heir of Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, Mary Dowager, Queen of France, the sister of Henry VIII.

Margaret was a spendthrift. Henry unhappy in marriage had a mistress, Jane Halsall, with who he had four illegitimate children.

On The 23rd of April 1575, Queen Elizabeth dignified the Earl with the honour of the Garter and so highly did he enjoy the favour of royalty, that her Majesty preferred him in all momentous and critical affairs of state, as one whom she could rely upon as a trusty friend and faithful servant. In the 32nd of Queen Elizabeth he was by special commission constituted Lord High - Stewart of England, and sole Judge for the trial of Philip Earl of Arundel, for Treason. In the year 1588 the Queen was graciously pleased to grant him by patent for 5 years, the high office of Lord - Chamberlain of Chester. Parents: Edward STANLEY and Dorothy HOWARD.

Spouse: Margaret CLIFFORD. Henry STANLEY and Margaret CLIFFORD were married on 7 Feb 1554/55 in Royal Chapel, Whitehall, England.3,39 Reference Number:90450 Children were: Francis Stanley STANLEY, Ferdinando STANLEY, Thomas STANLEY, Dorothy STANLEY, Ursula STANLEY, William STANLEY, William STANLEY.


Henry Frederick STANLEY3,39 was born on 24 Feb 1634 in Lathom, Lancs., England.3,39 He died on 24 Apr 1635.3,39 He is reference number 4313. Parents: James STANLEY and Charlotte DE LA TREMOUILLE.


Hephzibah STANLEY3,39 was born on 10 Mar 1822 in Harpersfield, Delaware Co., NY.3,39 She died on 22 Sep 1876.3,39 She is reference number 4139. Parents: Nathan STANLEY and Permilia HOGEBOOM.

Spouse: Charles ELLSWORTH. Charles ELLSWORTH and Hephzibah STANLEY were married. Reference Number:88170


Hepsibah STANLEY3,39 was born on 27 Jan 1787 in Schoharie County, NY.3,39 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 4211. Parents: Richard STANDLEY and Hepsibah WASHBURN.

Spouse: Benjamin O'DELL. Benjamin O'DELL and Hepsibah STANLEY were married. Reference Number:89169


Herbert STANLEY3,39 was born in 1860.3,39 He died on 27 Jul 1893.3,39 He is reference number 4153. Parents: Miles W. STANLEY and Mary COWLEY.

Spouse: Orline ZEH. Herbert STANLEY and Orline ZEH were married on 16 Aug 1882.3,39 Reference Number:88420 Children were: Grace H. STANLEY, Mary (Maude) STANLEY, Harriet STANLEY, Caroline STANLEY, May STANLEY.


Hugh Charles STANLEY7,234 was born on 6 Apr 1879. Parents: Norman B. STANLEY and Mary HEWITT.


Isabel STANLEY3,39 was born about 1410 in Clifton, England.3,39 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 4416. Parents: John STANLEY and Isabel Or Elizabeth HARRINGTON.


Ivy Helen STANLEY3,39 was born on 21 Jan 1893.3,39 She died on 12 Sep 1972 in Fort Scott, Bourbon, KS.3,39 She is reference number 2680. Parents: George Clinton STANLEY and Sarah Ann FULKERSON.

Spouse: Jonathan Reed HILDRETH. Jonathan Reed HILDRETH and Ivy Helen STANLEY were married on 14 Apr 1913.3,39 Reference Number:57253 Children were: Living HILDRETH.


James STANLEY3,39 was born in Croxhall, Lancs., England.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4380. Parents: George STANLEY and Baroness Joan STRANGE.

Spouse: Ann HART. James STANLEY and Ann HART were married. Reference Number:91767


James STANLEY3,39 died in 1458.3,39 He was also known as Archdeacon Of Chester. He is reference number 4405. Parents: Thomas STANLEY and Jean GOUSHELL.


James STANLEY3,39 was born in 1471.3,39 He died on 22 Mar 1524/25.3,39 He is reference number 4394. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Warden of Manchester and Bishop of Ely.[xx.FTW]

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Warden of Manchester and Bishop of Ely. Parents: Thomas STANLEY and Eleanor NEVIL.


James STANLEY3,39 was born on 31 Jan 1606 in Lathom, Lancs., England.3,39 He died on 15 Oct 1651 in Bolton - Le-Moors, Lancs., England.3,39 He is reference number 4297. [boyd-trees.ged]









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James Stanley, Seventh Earl of Derby was born 31, January, 1606. He married Charlotte de la Tremouille, daughter of Claude de la Tremouille. She became famous for her defense of Lathom House in 1644, when it was besieged by 2000 parliamentarians, and of the Isle of Man in 1651. By this union, James became allied to the houses of Nassau and Bourbon, and to most of the Sovereign Princes of Europe. This Earl was distinguished for his attachment to the royal cause during the civil war, and falling into the parliament's hands after the battle of Worchester, was beheaded for treason on October 15, 1651. He was succeeded by his eldest son Charles, Lord Strange, who became the Eighth Earl of Derby.

His Lordship was summoned to Parliament, by writ from the 7th of March, 1627 to November 1639 as Baron Strange, under an impression that such a Barony was enjoyed by his father; that, however was not the case. The summons amounted to the creation of a new peerage, which eventually devolved upon the ducal house of Atholl.

King Charles 1, appointed Lord Strange a joint Lord Lieutenant of Landcashire and Chester in 1626. Charlotte by her mother was the Granddaughter of William, Prince of Orange. James made a grand tour of Europe in 1625. On the 25th of May, 1644 Prince Rupert and a large Royalist army invaded Landcashire. Earl James joined it victoriously at Bolton and Liverpool. Later in 1644 by the order of the King he went to the Isle of Man to protect England from sea invasion during the Civil War. Prince Rupert remained in command in Landcashire from 1644 to 1651 and James remained on the Isle of Man. In 1650 the Earls daughters were imprisoned in England to put pressure on the Earl. The Earl was defeated in the battle of Wigan Lane the 25th of August and Worchester on the 3rd of September, 1651. He was beheaded at Bolton the 15th of October, 1651.

James daughter Amelia married John Murray, 2nd Earl and First Marquis of Atholl in whose descendents the Isle of Man and the Barony of Strange became invested.[xx.FTW]

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James Stanley, Seventh Earl of Derby was born 31, January, 1606. He married Charlotte de la Tremouille, daughter of Claude de la Tremouille. She became famous for her defense of Lathom House in 1644, when it was besieged by 2000 parliamentarians, and of the Isle of Man in 1651. By this union, James became allied to the houses of Nassau and Bourbon, and to most of the Sovereign Princes of Europe. This Earl was distinguished for his attachment to the royal cause during the civil war, and falling into the parliament's hands after the battle of Worchester, was beheaded for treason on October 15, 1651. He was succeeded by his eldest son Charles, Lord Strange, who became the Eighth Earl of Derby.

His Lordship was summoned to Parliament, by writ from the 7th of March, 1627 to November 1639 as Baron Strange, under an impression that such a Barony was enjoyed by his father; that, however was not the case. The summons amounted to the creation of a new peerage, which eventually devolved upon the ducal house of Atholl.

King Charles 1, appointed Lord Strange a joint Lord Lieutenant of Landcashire and Chester in 1626. Charlotte by her mother was the Granddaughter of William, Prince of Orange. James made a grand tour of Europe in 1625. On the 25th of May, 1644 Prince Rupert and a large Royalist army invaded Landcashire. Earl James joined it victoriously at Bolton and Liverpool. Later in 1644 by the order of the King he went to the Isle of Man to protect England from sea invasion during the Civil War. Prince Rupert remained in command in Landcashire from 1644 to 1651 and James remained on the Isle of Man. In 1650 the Earls daughters were imprisoned in England to put pressure on the Earl. The Earl was defeated in the battle of Wigan Lane the 25th of August and Worchester on the 3rd of September, 1651. He was beheaded at Bolton the 15th of October, 1651.

James daughter Amelia married John Murray, 2nd Earl and First Marquis of Atholl in whose descendents the Isle of Man and the Barony of Strange became invested. Parents: William STANLEY and Elizabeth VERE.

Spouse: Charlotte DE LA TREMOUILLE. James STANLEY and Charlotte DE LA TREMOUILLE were married on 25 Jun 1626.3,39 Reference Number:61718 Children were: Charles Stanley STANLEY, Charlotte STANLEY, Henrietta Maria STANLEY, Catherine STANLEY, Amelia Ann Sophia STANLEY, Henry Frederick STANLEY, James STANLEY, Edward Stanley STANLEY, William M. STANLEY, Sophia STANLEY.


James STANLEY3,39 was born on 2 Nov 1636 in Lathom, Lancs., England.3,39 He died on 27 Mar 1638.3,39 He is reference number 4314. Parents: James STANLEY and Charlotte DE LA TREMOUILLE.


James STANLEY3,39 was born on 19 Jun 1857.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4164. Parents: William B. STANLEY and MARY. Parents: William B. STANLEY and MARY.


James STANLEY3,39 was born on 5 Dec 1858.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4165. Parents: William B. STANLEY and MARY. Parents: William B. STANLEY and MARY.


James Madison STANLEY3,39 was born on 14 Oct 1839 in Delaware County, New York.3,39 He died on 27 Nov 1925 in Fort Scott Kansas.3,39 He was buried Unknown in Evergreen Cemetary, Fort Scott, KS.3,39 He is reference number 2623. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Served four years in the Civil War, Company K, 9th Illinois Cavalry. Entered service on 19 Sep 1861, mustered out as a Sergeant on 31 Oct 1865. His National Sons of the American Revolution was 33318.[xx.FTW]

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Served four years in the Civil War, Company K, 9th Illinois Cavalry. Entered service on 19 Sep 1861, mustered out as a Sergeant on 31 Oct 1865. His National Sons of the American Revolution was 33318. Parents: John Orsemus STANLEY and Dolly FLANSBURG.

Spouse: Tacy Stroud MORGAN. James Madison STANLEY and Tacy Stroud MORGAN were married on 22 Feb 1866 in Knox County, IL.3,39 Reference Number:56290 Children were: John Sherman STANLEY, Amy Blanche STANLEY, Anna May STANLEY, Tacy Maud STANLEY.


James Madison STANLEY3,39 was born on 18 Apr 1858 in Victory, Knox Co., IL.3,39 He died on 15 Mar 1916.3,39 He is reference number 2819. Parents: John Wesley STANLEY and Mary Jane CADWELL.

Spouse: Annie ROBB. James Madison STANLEY and Annie ROBB were married in 1885.3,39 Reference Number:59645


Jane STANLEY3,39 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 4348. Parents: Edward STANLEY and Dorothy HOWARD.

Spouse: Lord Dudley Edward SUTTON. Lord Dudley Edward SUTTON and Jane STANLEY were married in Jul 1566.3,39 Reference Number:91217


Jane STANLEY3,39 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 4383. Parents: George STANLEY and Baroness Joan STRANGE.

Spouse: Robert SHEFFIELD. Robert SHEFFIELD and Jane STANLEY were married. Reference Number:91797


Jane STANLEY7,611 was born about 1463 in Holt Castle, Flint, Wls & Of Weever, Cheshire, England. She died about 1525. Parents: William STANLEY and Elizabeth HOPTON.

Spouse: John WARBURTON. John WARBURTON and Jane STANLEY were married. _STATMARRIED Children were: Blanch WARBURTON.


Jane (Or Joan) STANLEY3,39 was born in 1465.3,39 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 4391. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Died young. Parents: Thomas STANLEY and Eleanor NEVIL.


Jane A. STANLEY3,39 was born on 5 Apr 1829 in Harpersfield, Delaware Co., NY.3,39 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 4147. Parents: Nathan STANLEY and Permilia HOGEBOOM.

Spouse: William SAMPSON. William SAMPSON and Jane A. STANLEY were married. Reference Number:88333 Children were: Stanley SAMPSON, George SAMPSON, Permilia SAMPSON.


Jennie Maria STANLEY3,39 was born on 1 Jan 1880 in Bourbon Co., KS.3,39 She died on 25 Jun 1923.3,39 She is reference number 2652. Parents: John Wesley STANLEY and Mary Jane CADWELL.

Spouse: Joseph E. FRIEND. Joseph E. FRIEND and Jennie Maria STANLEY were married on 22 Dec 1897.3,39 Reference Number:56789 Children were: Living FRIEND, Living FRIEND, Living FRIEND, Living FRIEND, Living FRIEND, Living FRIEND, Lorena Jane FRIEND, Lola Nancy FRIEND, Joseph Stanley FRIEND.


Jerome W. STANLEY7,234 was born on 21 Aug 1858. Parents: Charles STANLEY and Rebecca O. BROWN.


John STANLEY3,39 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4404. [boyd-trees.ged]









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John Stanley of Weever was the Stanley from whom the Stanleys of Alderley descended.



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John Stanley of Weever was the Stanley from whom the Stanleys of Alderley descended. Parents: Thomas STANLEY and Jean GOUSHELL.

Spouse: Elizabeth WEEVER. John STANLEY and Elizabeth WEEVER were married. Reference Number:92117


John STANLEY3,399 was born.3,399,400 He died Unknown.3,399,400 He is reference number 7967. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,399,400

Spouse: Wahneta Esmond YOAKUM. John STANLEY and Wahneta Esmond YOAKUM were married. Reference Number:167325 Children were: Living STANLEY.


John STANLEY2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 45369.

Spouse: Sukey BOYD. John STANLEY and Sukey BOYD were married on 3 Sep 1834.2,3 Reference Number:799593


John STANLEY3,39 was born about 1206.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4458. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Died childless. Parents: William STANLEY.


Sir John STANLEY3,39 was born about 1292 in Hooten, Cheshire, England.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4445. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Sixth Lord of Stoneley and 2nd Lord of Stourton.[xx.FTW]

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Sixth Lord of Stoneley and 2nd Lord of Stourton. Parents: Sir William STANLEY and Joan DE BAMVILLE.

Spouse: Mabel HAUSKET. Sir John STANLEY and Mabel HAUSKET were married in 1321.3,39 Reference Number:92371 Children were: John STANLEY, Sir William STANLEY.


John STANLEY3,39 was born about 1314 in Greswithen, Cumb., England.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4450. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Edward Stanley of Posonby Hall descended from this John Stanley.[xx.FTW]

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Edward Stanley of Posonby Hall descended from this John Stanley. Parents: Sir John STANLEY and Mabel HAUSKET.


Sir John STANLEY3,39 was born about 1346 in Lathom, Lancashire, England.3,39 He died on 6 Jan 1413/14 in Ardee, Ireland.3,39 He is reference number 4412. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Sir John Stanley, Lord Deputy of Ireland, Knight of he Garter

THE DERBY LINE

Sir John Stanley. This, the most distinguished branch of the Stanley family of England, is reckoned as descended from Sir John Stanley, the younger brother of Sir William, of Hooton, of 1397. He married Isabel Lathom, daughter of Sir Thomas Lathom, Knight of Lathom, and Knowsley of Lancashire, and thus acquired those estates. In1385 he was made lord-deputy of Ireland, and had a grant of the manor of Blake Castle in that kingdom. In the seventh year of Henry IV, he obtained a grant in fee of the Isle of Man, with all the isles adjacent, to be holden of the said King, his heirs and successors, by homage and the service of two falcons, payable on the days of their coronation. On the accession of Henry V, he was mad a Knight of the Garter, and lord-lieutenant of Ireland, in which government he died on January 6, 1414.

Isabel was the daughter and heir of Sir thomas Lathom, Knight of Lathom and Knowsley, Co., Lancaster. He descended from Robert Fity Henry, whose son Robert took the name of Lathom from his place of residence and thus acquired those estates.

In 1405 Sir John had a commission in conjunction with Roger Leke to seize on the city of York and its liberties, and also upon the Isle of Man, on the forfeiture of Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland. In 1406 he was Treasurer of the household to King Henry IV, and obtained the license to fortify a house at Liverpool, which he had newly built with embattled walls. In the same year, having taken possession of the Isle of Man, he obtained a grant in fee of the said Isle, Castle and pile anciently called Holm Town, and all the Isles adjacent, as also all the regalities, franchises, etc. John inherited the old Seat of Newton in Macclesfield, Cheshire. Isabel was the daughter of Thomas Lathom whose ancestress again had been Heiress of Thomas de Knowsley.

As a Captain under the command of his relation James, Lord Audley at the battle of Poictiers in France fought the 19th day of September, 1357 by Edward, the Black Prince, son of King Edward III, wherein John, King of France was taken prisoner and brought captive to England. Soon after this memorable victory a truce between England and France was agreed on for two years, during which interval of public action, Mr. Stanley, being a martial genius, and intent to improve himself in the art of war, visited most of the courts in Europe, even as far as Constantinople where he made such advances in the school of war that his superior skill in arms was generally applauded in every country he passed through in so much that the fame thereof gave him the character of the most noted champion in single combat of that age; and on his return through France, the reputation of his bravery so rallied the pride and envy of a haughty French combatant that he followed John Stanley to England and there challenged the whole nation to engage him in arms.

King Richard II commissioned him to Ireland in 1379. He was made Lord Chief Justice of Ireland for six years and in 1395 he was made Constable of the Castle of Roxborrow in Scotland. In 1400 he was appointed Lord Lieutenant of Ireland by King Henry IV. His brother William of Hooten and Stourton was his deputy in Ireland. Sir John was appointed Stewart of the King Henry IV household and by his advice and assistance the King raised a formidable army with his son Sir John.[xx.FTW]

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Sir John Stanley, Lord Deputy of Ireland, Knight of he Garter

THE DERBY LINE

Sir John Stanley. This, the most distinguished branch of the Stanley family of England, is reckoned as descended from Sir John Stanley, the younger brother of Sir William, of Hooton, of 1397. He married Isabel Lathom, daughter of Sir Thomas Lathom, Knight of Lathom, and Knowsley of Lancashire, and thus acquired those estates. In1385 he was made lord-deputy of Ireland, and had a grant of the manor of Blake Castle in that kingdom. In the seventh year of Henry IV, he obtained a grant in fee of the Isle of Man, with all the isles adjacent, to be holden of the said King, his heirs and successors, by homage and the service of two falcons, payable on the days of their coronation. On the accession of Henry V, he was mad a Knight of the Garter, and lord-lieutenant of Ireland, in which government he died on January 6, 1414.

Isabel was the daughter and heir of Sir thomas Lathom, Knight of Lathom and Knowsley, Co., Lancaster. He descended from Robert Fity Henry, whose son Robert took the name of Lathom from his place of residence and thus acquired those estates.

In 1405 Sir John had a commission in conjunction with Roger Leke to seize on the city of York and its liberties, and also upon the Isle of Man, on the forfeiture of Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland. In 1406 he was Treasurer of the household to King Henry IV, and obtained the license to fortify a house at Liverpool, which he had newly built with embattled walls. In the same year, having taken possession of the Isle of Man, he obtained a grant in fee of the said Isle, Castle and pile anciently called Holm Town, and all the Isles adjacent, as also all the regalities, franchises, etc. John inherited the old Seat of Newton in Macclesfield, Cheshire. Isabel was the daughter of Thomas Lathom whose ancestress again had been Heiress of Thomas de Knowsley.

As a Captain under the command of his relation James, Lord Audley at the battle of Poictiers in France fought the 19th day of September, 1357 by Edward, the Black Prince, son of King Edward III, wherein John, King of France was taken prisoner and brought captive to England. Soon after this memorable victory a truce between England and France was agreed on for two years, during which interval of public action, Mr. Stanley, being a martial genius, and intent to improve himself in the art of war, visited most of the courts in Europe, even as far as Constantinople where he made such advances in the school of war that his superior skill in arms was generally applauded in every country he passed through in so much that the fame thereof gave him the character of the most noted champion in single combat of that age; and on his return through France, the reputation of his bravery so rallied the pride and envy of a haughty French combatant that he followed John Stanley to England and there challenged the whole nation to engage him in arms.

King Richard II commissioned him to Ireland in 1379. He was made Lord Chief Justice of Ireland for six years and in 1395 he was made Constable of the Castle of Roxborrow in Scotland. In 1400 he was appointed Lord Lieutenant of Ireland by King Henry IV. His brother William of Hooten and Stourton was his deputy in Ireland. Sir John was appointed Stewart of the King Henry IV household and by his advice and assistance the King raised a formidable army with his son Sir John. Parents: Sir William STANLEY and Alice MASSEY.

Spouse: Isabel LATHOM. Sir John STANLEY and Isabel LATHOM were married in 1385.3,39 Reference Number:92194 Children were: Alice STANLEY, John STANLEY, Henry STANLEY, Thomas STANLEY, Ralph STANLEY, Margaret STANLEY.


John STANLEY3,39 was born about 1386 in Lathom, Yorkshire, England.3,39 He died on 24 Nov 1437 in Anslesey, Wales.3,39 He is reference number 4410. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Sir John Stanley, K.G., constable of Carnarvon, Justice of Chester, and sheriff of Anglesea, married Isabel (or Elizabeth) Harrington, daughter of Sir Robert Harrington, of Hornby, Lancashire, and had two daughters and three sons. Isabel was the sister and heir of Sir William Harrington, Knight of Hornby, Co., Lancashire. John was the Knight of the Shire for Lancaster.

Sir John at the time of his father's death was about 24 and he is represented as being a man of great genius and vivacity of spirit. He was made a knight of the shire for the county of Lancaster in the second year of the reign of Henry V. After devoting his attention for a short time to the service of his king and country, he turned his attention more immediately to his own little dominion, the Isle of Man to the Lordship of which on the death of his illustrious father, he had also succeeded. His little kingdom at the time appeared to be languishing under the effects of former oppression and called for the fostering hand of its Prince to revive the drooping spirits of the people. In the year 1417 he landed on the Isle of Man and after conferring with the judges and others well versed in the ancient government, assembled the whole body of the people at Tynovald Mount where it had been the custom in older times to prominegate the laws and he held his first court on the 24th of June 1418. Having established order and restored confidence in the people Sir John returned to England, leaving one Thursten his deputy. In 1427 the 5th of Henry VI he was made constable Carnarvin Castle, in Wales, a post of great honour. For the services the King gave him a grant of lands in the counties of Carnervon for life. He was also made a justice of Chester. Sir John is represented as having been a man truly great, of a masterly genius, beloved by his prince, and an honour to his country, a kind husband and a true friend.

In 1406 Sir John obtained a license to fortify a spacious house he was building at Liverpool with embattled walls, called the Tower. The Isle of Man was seized into the Kings hand by his brother Sir William and in the same year Sir John obtained a grant thereof by patent for life, on 6th of April 1407 the King regranted the Isle of Man to Sir John and his heirs forever, with all the royalities and franchises thereto belonging together with the patronage of the bishopric there, under the title of King of Man. In the 10th year of King Henry IVs reign he appointed Sir John constable of Winsor Castle and Knight of the noble order of the Garter and continued him in his royal esteem and favour for the rest of his life.[xx.FTW]

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Sir John Stanley, K.G., constable of Carnarvon, Justice of Chester, and sheriff of Anglesea, married Isabel (or Elizabeth) Harrington, daughter of Sir Robert Harrington, of Hornby, Lancashire, and had two daughters and three sons. Isabel was the sister and heir of Sir William Harrington, Knight of Hornby, Co., Lancashire. John was the Knight of the Shire for Lancaster.

Sir John at the time of his father's death was about 24 and he is represented as being a man of great genius and vivacity of spirit. He was made a knight of the shire for the county of Lancaster in the second year of the reign of Henry V. After devoting his attention for a short time to the service of his king and country, he turned his attention more immediately to his own little dominion, the Isle of Man to the Lordship of which on the death of his illustrious father, he had also succeeded. His little kingdom at the time appeared to be languishing under the effects of former oppression and called for the fostering hand of its Prince to revive the drooping spirits of the people. In the year 1417 he landed on the Isle of Man and after conferring with the judges and others well versed in the ancient government, assembled the whole body of the people at Tynovald Mount where it had been the custom in older times to prominegate the laws and he held his first court on the 24th of June 1418. Having established order and restored confidence in the people Sir John returned to England, leaving one Thursten his deputy. In 1427 the 5th of Henry VI he was made constable Carnarvin Castle, in Wales, a post of great honour. For the services the King gave him a grant of lands in the counties of Carnervon for life. He was also made a justice of Chester. Sir John is represented as having been a man truly great, of a masterly genius, beloved by his prince, and an honour to his country, a kind husband and a true friend.

In 1406 Sir John obtained a license to fortify a spacious house he was building at Liverpool with embattled walls, called the Tower. The Isle of Man was seized into the Kings hand by his brother Sir William and in the same year Sir John obtained a grant thereof by patent for life, on 6th of April 1407 the King regranted the Isle of Man to Sir John and his heirs forever, with all the royalities and franchises thereto belonging together with the patronage of the bishopric there, under the title of King of Man. In the 10th year of King Henry IVs reign he appointed Sir John constable of Winsor Castle and Knight of the noble order of the Garter and continued him in his royal esteem and favour for the rest of his life. Parents: Sir John STANLEY and Isabel LATHOM.

Spouse: Isabel LORGING. John STANLEY and Isabel LORGING were married. Reference Number:92193

Spouse: Isabel Or Elizabeth HARRINGTON. John STANLEY and Isabel Or Elizabeth HARRINGTON were married about 1408 in Hornby, Lancashire, England.3,39 Reference Number:91989 Children were: Thomas STANLEY, Isabel STANLEY, Richard STANLEY, Edward STANLEY, Alice STANLEY.


John STANLEY7,611 was born about 1386 in Lathom, Lancashire, England. He died on 27 Nov 1437 in Anslesey...Wales. He was also known as John Stanley.364 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 8N08-BG
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Spouse: Isabel HARRINGTON. John STANLEY and Isabel HARRINGTON were married in Of, Hornby, Lancashire, England. _STATMARRIED Children were: Lord Thomas STANLEY.


John STANLEY3,39 was born in 1392.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4838. Parents: Sir Wiliam STANLEY and Margaret HOOTON.

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