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Sarah Maria STANLEY3,39 was born on 23 Jan 1830 in Schoharie, Schoharie, NY.3,39 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,39 She died in May 1917.3,39 She is reference number 4488. Parents: William R. STANLEY and Catherine Maria POTTER.

Spouse: David Lyman BAILEY. David Lyman BAILEY and Sarah Maria STANLEY were married on 1 Aug 1853.3,39 Reference Number:93409 Children were: Joseph Emery BAILEY.


Sir Edward Stanley STANLEY3,39 died in 1590.3,39 He was born in Eynsham, Oxford, England.3,39 He is reference number 4345. Parents: Edward STANLEY and Dorothy HOWARD.


Sir Robert K.B. STANLEY3,39 was born about 1608.3,39 He died on 3 Jan 1632.3,39 He is reference number 4322. Parents: William STANLEY and Elizabeth VERE.

Spouse: Elizabeth GORGES. Sir Robert K.B. STANLEY and Elizabeth GORGES were married. Reference Number:90798


Sir Thomas STANLEY3,39 was born in Winwick, Lancs. England.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4344. Parents: Edward STANLEY and Dorothy HOWARD.

Spouse: Margaret VERNON. Sir Thomas STANLEY and Margaret VERNON were married. Reference Number:91165


Sophia STANLEY3,39 was born about 1642 in Lathom, Lancs., England.3,39 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 4316. Parents: James STANLEY and Charlotte DE LA TREMOUILLE.


Sr. Delahoussaye STANLEY.188

Spouse: Clarama JOHNSON. Children were: Living DELAHOUSSAYE, Jr. Delahoussaye STANDLEY, Lynn Ray DELAHOUSSAYE.


Stephen STANLEY3,39 was born on 4 May 1815 in Harpersfield, Delaware Co., NY.3,39 He died on 12 Feb 1891.3,39 He is reference number 4136. Parents: Nathan STANLEY and Permilia HOGEBOOM.


Susan Estella STANLEY3,206,578 died on 11 Nov 1990.3,206,578 She is reference number 82182.

Spouse: Robert Samuel LANDES Sr.. Robert Samuel LANDES Sr. and Susan Estella STANLEY were married. Reference Number:1333807 Children were: Alice LANDES, Effie LANDES.


Tacy Maud STANLEY3,39 was born on 18 Aug 1878.3,39 She died on 12 Aug 1879.3,39 She is reference number 2752. Parents: James Madison STANLEY and Tacy Stroud MORGAN.


Thomas STANLEY3,39 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 2539.

Children were: Mary STANLEY.


Thomas STANLEY3,39 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4334. Parents: Henry STANLEY and Margaret CLIFFORD.


Thomas STANLEY3,659 was born WFT Est 1452-1519.3,659 He died WFT Est 1490-1594.3,659 He is reference number 68178. Parents: George STANLEY and Baroness Joan STRANGE.

Spouse: Anne HASTINGS. Thomas STANLEY and Anne HASTINGS were married WFT Est 1476-1544.3,659 Reference Number:91524 Children were: Margaret Ann STANLEY.


Thomas STANLEY3,39 was born in 1389 in Of Elford.3,39 He died in 1463.3,39 He is reference number 4424. Parents: Sir John STANLEY and Isabel LATHOM.

Spouse: Elizabeth WEAVER. Thomas STANLEY and Elizabeth WEAVER were married. Reference Number:92431


Thomas STANLEY3,39 was born about 1405 in Lathom And Knowsley, Lancashire, England.3,39 He died on 11 Feb 1458/59 in Knowsley, Lancashire, England.3,39 He is reference number 4396. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Sir Thomas Stanley, Lord-lieutenant of Ireland, Knight of the Garter, Ist Baron

Sir Thomas was lord-lieutenant of Ireland in 1432, comptroller of the household and chamberlain to Henry VI., Knight of the Garter in 1456, etc. He married Joan Goushill, daughter of Sir Robert Goushill, by whom he had three daughters and four sons.

As a Knight of the Shire Sir Thomas was summoned as Baron Stanley, 20 January, 1456 ( 34th Henry VI ). Joan or Jean's father was Sir Robert Goushill, Knight of Hoveringham, Notts by Elizabeth his wife ( widow of Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk ) and daughter and co-heir of Richard Fitzalim, Earl of Arundel. She was the daughter of Wilham Bohun, Earl of Northampton, Son of Hamphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford and Essex, by his wife the Princess Elizabeth Plantagenet, daughter of King Edward I.

Sir Thomas's son, Sir William of Holt, was beheaded as a participator in the conspiracy for placing Perkin Warbeck upon the throne. Sir William was the richest subject in the kingdom, having no less than 40,000 marks in ready money; to which circumstances considering the rapacious disposition of Henry VII may be attributed to his destruction more than his political principles.

Another son, Sir John Stanley, married Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Sir Thomas Weever, Knight of Weever, County Chester, and by her acquired that estate. From this Sir Stanley descended Lord Stanley of Alderley.

Contemporaries represent Thomas as inheriting all the admirable qualities of his father and grandfather, being brave in the field of war, wise in the senate, just to his Prince, and an honour to his country.[xx.FTW]

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Sir Thomas Stanley, Lord-lieutenant of Ireland, Knight of the Garter, Ist Baron

Sir Thomas was lord-lieutenant of Ireland in 1432, comptroller of the household and chamberlain to Henry VI., Knight of the Garter in 1456, etc. He married Joan Goushill, daughter of Sir Robert Goushill, by whom he had three daughters and four sons.

As a Knight of the Shire Sir Thomas was summoned as Baron Stanley, 20 January, 1456 ( 34th Henry VI ). Joan or Jean's father was Sir Robert Goushill, Knight of Hoveringham, Notts by Elizabeth his wife ( widow of Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk ) and daughter and co-heir of Richard Fitzalim, Earl of Arundel. She was the daughter of Wilham Bohun, Earl of Northampton, Son of Hamphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford and Essex, by his wife the Princess Elizabeth Plantagenet, daughter of King Edward I.

Sir Thomas's son, Sir William of Holt, was beheaded as a participator in the conspiracy for placing Perkin Warbeck upon the throne. Sir William was the richest subject in the kingdom, having no less than 40,000 marks in ready money; to which circumstances considering the rapacious disposition of Henry VII may be attributed to his destruction more than his political principles.

Another son, Sir John Stanley, married Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Sir Thomas Weever, Knight of Weever, County Chester, and by her acquired that estate. From this Sir Stanley descended Lord Stanley of Alderley.

Contemporaries represent Thomas as inheriting all the admirable qualities of his father and grandfather, being brave in the field of war, wise in the senate, just to his Prince, and an honour to his country. Parents: John STANLEY and Isabel Or Elizabeth HARRINGTON.

Spouse: Jean GOUSHELL. Thomas STANLEY and Jean GOUSHELL were married before 1430.3,39 Reference Number:91666 Children were: John STANLEY, James STANLEY, Elizabeth STANLEY, Catherine STANLEY, Thomas STANLEY, Margaret STANLEY, William STANLEY.


Lord Thomas STANLEY7,611 was born about 1405 in Lathom, And Knowsley, Lancashire, England. He died on 11 Feb 1458/59 in Knowsley, Lancashire, England. He was also known as Thomas Stanley.364 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] Name Suffix:<NSFX> Lord
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Spouse: Joan GOUSHILL. Lord Thomas STANLEY and Joan GOUSHILL were married. _STATMARRIED Children were: William STANLEY.

Spouse: Joan GOUSHILL. Children were: Catherine STANLEY.


Thomas STANLEY3,39,403,659 was born about 1435 in Lathom, Lancashire, England.3,39 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,659 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,659 He died on 29 Jul 1504 in Lathom, Lancashire, England.3,39 He was buried Unknown in Priory Burscough, Lancashire, Eng..3,39 He is reference number 4374. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Sir Thomas Stanley, First Earl of Derby, K.G. was summoned to parliament in the first year of Edward IV, 1461 and married Eleanor, daughter of the Earl of Salisbury and sister to the Earl of Warwick, the famous "kingmaker," by whom she had six sons. The fifth of these, Edward, commanded the left wing of the English army at the battle of Flodden in 1513, which proved so fatal to the Scottish Army. It was to him that the dying Marmion appealed in the famous lines of Scott's poem, "Charge, Chester, charge; on, Stanley, on were the last words of Marmion." For his service on that occasion the king bestowed upon him the title of Baron Monteagle, in allusion to the crest of the family. Sir Edward was the ancestor of the Ireland Stanleys.

After Lord Thomas Stanley's first wife, Eleanor, died he married Margaret of Lancaster, mother of Henry VII. She had already been married twice, first to the Earl of Richmond, who died in 1456 who was the father of Henry and secondly to Sir Henry Stafford, the great Duke of Buckingham. Her third marriage to Lord Stanley was anything but a match for love, and it is said that it was contracted with express stipulation that he should never occupy her bed.

It was now near the close of the terrible war of Roses for the English crown, between the rival houses of York and Lancaster. Lord Stanley had been an adherent of the White Rose of the House of York, but his present wife's son, Henry, Earl of Richmond was the head of the House of Lancaster, and claimant to the throne. The upsurping King Richard III, who to secure his crown, had murdered the young King Edward V, and his brother the Duke of York and buried them under the stairs of the Tower, sought by honors and blandishments to attach the Stanleys to his side. At his coronation, July 6, 1473, Stanley's wife, the Countess of Richmond, bore the train of the Queen. But all was in vain. The cruelties of Richard alienated his people, and prepared them for a revolution which would place Henry on the throne, and bring the fatal rivalry between York and Lancaster to an end by Henry's marriage with Elizabeth, Princess of York. To this scheme Lord Stanley's men, of whom he had some 5000, first marched in advance of them, as if retreating, but when they reached the battlefield of Bosworth, they went over to Henry's side. Richard, perceiving the defection, made a desperate charge upon his foes, cut his way to Henry's standard, killed Sir William Brandon, the standard-bearer, and was directing a deadly thrust at his rival, when Lord Stanley came to the rescue. Richard's troops fled at once, and he was thrown from his horse, and dispatched with many wounds. Stanley picked up his bloodstained and battered crown and placed it on Henry's head, proclaiming him King of England. For these eminent services the new monarch advanced Lord Stanley, 27 October, 1485, to the dignity of the Earl of Derby, and constituted him one of the Commissioners for executing the office of Lord High-Steward of England on the day of his coronation. His lordship, in the March following, had a grant of the high office of Constable of England for life. He had no children by his second marriage, and dying in 1504, was succeeded by his grandson.[xx.FTW]

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Sir Thomas Stanley, First Earl of Derby, K.G. was summoned to parliament in the first year of Edward IV, 1461 and married Eleanor, daughter of the Earl of Salisbury and sister to the Earl of Warwick, the famous "kingmaker," by whom she had six sons. The fifth of these, Edward, commanded the left wing of the English army at the battle of Flodden in 1513, which proved so fatal to the Scottish Army. It was to him that the dying Marmion appealed in the famous lines of Scott's poem, "Charge, Chester, charge; on, Stanley, on were the last words of Marmion." For his service on that occasion the king bestowed upon him the title of Baron Monteagle, in allusion to the crest of the family. Sir Edward was the ancestor of the Ireland Stanleys.

After Lord Thomas Stanley's first wife, Eleanor, died he married Margaret of Lancaster, mother of Henry VII. She had already been married twice, first to the Earl of Richmond, who died in 1456 who was the father of Henry and secondly to Sir Henry Stafford, the great Duke of Buckingham. Her third marriage to Lord Stanley was anything but a match for love, and it is said that it was contracted with express stipulation that he should never occupy her bed.

It was now near the close of the terrible war of Roses for the English crown, between the rival houses of York and Lancaster. Lord Stanley had been an adherent of the White Rose of the House of York, but his present wife's son, Henry, Earl of Richmond was the head of the House of Lancaster, and claimant to the throne. The upsurping King Richard III, who to secure his crown, had murdered the young King Edward V, and his brother the Duke of York and buried them under the stairs of the Tower, sought by honors and blandishments to attach the Stanleys to his side. At his coronation, July 6, 1473, Stanley's wife, the Countess of Richmond, bore the train of the Queen. But all was in vain. The cruelties of Richard alienated his people, and prepared them for a revolution which would place Henry on the throne, and bring the fatal rivalry between York and Lancaster to an end by Henry's marriage with Elizabeth, Princess of York. To this scheme Lord Stanley's men, of whom he had some 5000, first marched in advance of them, as if retreating, but when they reached the battlefield of Bosworth, they went over to Henry's side. Richard, perceiving the defection, made a desperate charge upon his foes, cut his way to Henry's standard, killed Sir William Brandon, the standard-bearer, and was directing a deadly thrust at his rival, when Lord Stanley came to the rescue. Richard's troops fled at once, and he was thrown from his horse, and dispatched with many wounds. Stanley picked up his bloodstained and battered crown and placed it on Henry's head, proclaiming him King of England. For these eminent services the new monarch advanced Lord Stanley, 27 October, 1485, to the dignity of the Earl of Derby, and constituted him one of the Commissioners for executing the office of Lord High-Steward of England on the day of his coronation. His lordship, in the March following, had a grant of the high office of Constable of England for life. He had no children by his second marriage, and dying in 1504, was succeeded by his grandson. Parents: Thomas STANLEY and Jean GOUSHELL.

Spouse: Lady Margaret BEAUFORT. Thomas STANLEY and Lady Margaret BEAUFORT were married. Reference Number:91665

Spouse: Eleanor NEVIL. Thomas STANLEY and Eleanor NEVIL were married after 10 May 1457.3,39 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,659 Reference Number:91397 Children were: George STANLEY, John STANLEY, William STANLEY, Thomas STANLEY, Edward STANLEY, Richard STANLEY, Jane (Or Joan) STANLEY, Catherine STANLEY, Anne STANLEY, James STANLEY, Margaret STANLEY.


Thomas STANLEY3,39 was born in 1445 in Hooten, Cheshire, England.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4841. Parents: William STANLEY and Alice DE HOUGHTON.


Thomas STANLEY3,39 was born in 1462.3,39 He died on 22 Mar 1524/25.3,39 He is reference number 76627. Parents: Thomas STANLEY and Eleanor NEVIL.


Thomas STANLEY3,39 was born about 1480 in Derby, Derby, England.3,39 He died on 23 May 1521 in Colham Green, Middlesex, England.3,39 He was buried Unknown in Syon, Middlesex, England.3,39 He is reference number 76623. [boyd-trees.ged]







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Sir Thomas Stanley, Second Earl of Derby, K.G., married Anne Hastings, daughter of Lord Edward Hastings of Hungerford and was succeeded at his decease in 1521 by his son Edward. At the time of his death he bore the titles of Earl of Derby, Viscount Kynton, Lord Stanley and Strange, Lord of Knokyn, Mohun, Basset, Lacy, Burnal, and Lord of Man and the Isles. Sir Thomas was a favorite and constant attendant of King Henry VIII.

On coming into the possession of the Lordship of the Isle of Man, this Earl of Derby, resigned the title of King, which had been hitherto borne by its sovereigns, preferring, as he states in a letter to his son, to be considered as a great lord rather than a petty King. He was made a Knight of the Bath before becoming a Knight of the Garter.[boyd-trees.ged]









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Sir Thomas Stanley, Second Earl of Derby, K.G., married Anne Hastings, daughter of Lord Edward Hastings of Hungerford and was succeeded at his decease in 1521 by his son Edward. At the time of his death he bore the titles of Earl of Derby, Viscount Kynton, Lord Stanley and Strange, Lord of Knokyn, Mohun, Basset, Lacy, Burnal, and Lord of Man and the Isles. Sir Thomas was a favorite and constant attendant of King Henry VIII.

On coming into the possession of the Lordship of the Isle of Man, this Earl of Derby, resigned the title of King, which had been hitherto borne by its sovereigns, preferring, as he states in a letter to his son, to be considered as a great lord rather than a petty King. He was made a Knight of the Bath before becoming a Knight of the Garter. Parents: George STANLEY and Baroness Joan STRANGE.

Spouse: Anne HASTINGS. Thomas STANLEY and Anne HASTINGS were married before 1503.3,39 Reference Number:90949 Children were: George STANLEY, John STANLEY, Margaret Ann STANLEY, Edward STANLEY, Henry STANLEY.

Spouse: Anne HASTINGS. Thomas STANLEY and Anne HASTINGS were married before 1503.3,39 Reference Number:90955 Children were: George STANLEY, John STANLEY, Margaret Ann STANLEY, Edward STANLEY, Henry STANLEY.


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Spouse: Violet STANLEY OR WOLVERTON.


Ursula STANLEY3,39 died in 1613.3,39 She is reference number 4337. Parents: Henry STANLEY and Margaret CLIFFORD.

Spouse: John SALISBURY. John SALISBURY and Ursula STANLEY were married. Reference Number:91053


Vernon STANLEY3,39 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4169. Parents: Peter Isaac STANLEY and Sarah E. BASSETT.


Wayne Leroy STANLEY3,39 was born on 14 Sep 1897.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 2682. Parents: George Clinton STANLEY and Sarah Ann FULKERSON.

Spouse: Lelia V HARTZELL. Wayne Leroy STANLEY and Lelia V HARTZELL were married on 25 Dec 1917.3,39 Reference Number:57391 Children were: Living STANLEY, Living STANLEY, Living STANLEY.


Sir Wiliam STANLEY3,39 was born in 1360 in Wirral Forest, Chesh., England.3,39 He died in Feb 1427/28.3,39 He is reference number 4441. Parents: Sir William STANLEY and Alice MASSEY.

Spouse: Margaret HOOTON. Sir Wiliam STANLEY and Margaret HOOTON were married about 1380 in Hooten, Cheshire, England.3,39 Reference Number:92646 Children were: William STANLEY, Agnes STANLEY, Edmund STANLEY, John STANLEY, William STANLEY.


William STANLEY3,39 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 76620. Parents: Henry STANLEY and Margaret CLIFFORD.


William STANLEY3,405 was born WFT Est 1802-1839.3,405 He died WFT Est 1828-1917.3,405 He is reference number 97820.

Spouse: Nancy GORDON. William STANLEY and Nancy GORDON were married WFT Est 1828-1874.3,405 Reference Number:1565145


William STANLEY.364

Spouse: Joan De BAUMVILE. Children were: John De STANLEY.


William STANLEY7,364 died in 1398. He was born in Storeton, Cheshire, England. Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 8XKP-WH
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FAMC PEDI birth Parents: John De STANLEY and Mabel HAWKSKET.

Spouse: Alice MASSEY. Children were: Knight John De STANLEY.


William STANLEY3,39 was born about 1166 in Hooten, Cheshire, England.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4457. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Third Lord of Stoneley of Hooten, Cheshire, England.[xx.FTW]

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Third Lord of Stoneley of Hooten, Cheshire, England. Parents: William Stanley DE STONELEY.

Children were: John STANLEY, Sir Adam STANLEY.


Sir William STANLEY3,39 was born about 1234 in Wirrall Forrest, Chesh., England.3,39 He died after 1311.3,39 He is reference number 4447. [boyd-trees.ged]









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5th Lord of Stoneley, Knight of Forrest or Hooten. Married Joan de Bamville, eldest daughter of Sir Philip de Bamville, heiress of Stourton, by which alliance he became possessed of the manor and bailiwick of Wyrral Forest, near Chester, and thereupon assumed the armorial bearings used since by all branches of the family, viz., three stags' heads, or, on a bend, az.[xx.FTW]

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5th Lord of Stoneley, Knight of Forrest or Hooten. Married Joan de Bamville, eldest daughter of Sir Philip de Bamville, heiress of Stourton, by which alliance he became possessed of the manor and bailiwick of Wyrral Forest, near Chester, and thereupon assumed the armorial bearings used since by all branches of the family, viz., three stags' heads, or, on a bend, az. Parents: Sir Adam STANLEY.

Spouse: Joan DE BAMVILLE. Sir William STANLEY and Joan DE BAMVILLE were married on 27 Sep 1282 in Astbury Church, Chesh., England.3,39 Reference Number:92717 Children were: Sarah STANLEY, Adam STANLEY, Sir John STANLEY.


Sir William STANLEY3,39 was born about 1319 in Storeton, Cheshire, England.3,39 He died in Jun 1398.3,39 He is reference number 4420. Parents: Sir John STANLEY and Mabel HAUSKET.

Spouse: Alice MASSEY. Sir William STANLEY and Alice MASSEY were married in 1357 in Timperley, Chesh., England.3,39 Reference Number:92246 Children were: Sir John STANLEY, Maud STANLEY, Sir Wiliam STANLEY, Henry STANLEY, Matilda STANLEY.


William STANLEY3,39 was born in 1386.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4835. Parents: Sir Wiliam STANLEY and Margaret HOOTON.


William STANLEY3,39 was born in 1405 in Stourton, Cheshire, England.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4830. Parents: Sir Wiliam STANLEY and Margaret HOOTON.

Spouse: Alice DE HOUGHTON. William STANLEY and Alice DE HOUGHTON were married. Reference Number:97840 Children were: William STANLEY, John STANLEY, Richard STANLEY, Thomas STANLEY, Christofer STANLEY.


William STANLEY3,39 was born in 1436.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4403. [boyd-trees.ged]









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William Stanley born in 1436 was beheaded as a participator in the Conspiracy to place Perkin Warbeck on the throne.[xx.FTW]

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William Stanley born in 1436 was beheaded as a participator in the Conspiracy to place Perkin Warbeck on the throne. Parents: Thomas STANLEY and Jean GOUSHELL.


William STANLEY7,611 was born about 1437 in Lathom, Lancashire, England. Parents: Lord Thomas STANLEY and Joan GOUSHILL.

Spouse: Elizabeth HOPTON. William STANLEY and Elizabeth HOPTON were married. _STATMARRIED Children were: Jane STANLEY.


William STANLEY3,39 was born in 1439 in Houghton, Cheshire, England.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4834. Parents: William STANLEY and Alice DE HOUGHTON.

Spouse: Margaret BROMLEY. William STANLEY and Margaret BROMLEY were married. Reference Number:97906 Children were: Margaret STANLEY.


William STANLEY3,39 was born in 1462.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4388. [boyd-trees.ged]









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William Stanley died young. Parents: Thomas STANLEY and Eleanor NEVIL.


William STANLEY3,39 was born in 1562 in Lathom, Lancs., England.3,39 He died on 29 Sep 1642 in Chester, Ches., England.3,39 He is reference number 4299. [boyd-trees.ged]









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William Stanley was born in 1562 and died September 29, 1642. He was the 6th Earl of Derby, K.G. His wife Elizabeth Vere was the daughter of Edward Vere the 7th Earl of Oxford. William Stanley was originally buried in Chester, England. His body was re-interred at Ormskirk Derby Chapel on June 30, 1662.

William Stanley bought from his nieces, daughters of Ferdinando Stanley, 5th Earl of Derby , their right to the Isle of Man after Ferdinando's death. His brother had no male heirs. William and Ferdinando were the grandsons of Mary Dowager, Queen of France and sister of Henry VIII. William was appointed Chamberlain of Chester for life.

Ferdinando Stanley, 5th Earl of Derby died suddenly on April 16, 1594 supposedly poisoned by the Jesuits because he refused to join in an intrigue to obtain possession of the crown of France, by right of his grandmother, Mary Dowager who was queen of France. Having no sons, the earldom fell to his brother William. His Lordship married Alice Spencer, daughter of Sir John Spencer of Althorp. They had three daughters: Ann Stanley, who married Grey Bruges, Lord Chandos; Frances, who married Sir John Egerton, Earl of Bridewater and Elizabeth, who married Henry Hastings, Earl of Huntington. Alice, Ferdinandos wife married Lord Ellesmere, Lord High Chancellor after Ferdinandos death. She died on January 26, 1635.

At an early age, William Stanley displayed an enterprising and martial spirit and a love of foreign travel. His intelligence and agreeable conversational abilities made him a great favorite with his noble father who allowed him to travel for three years on the continent. He first sailed to France where the young English nobleman displayed his courage and superior knowledge of military tactics. In France he formed an acquaintance with the customs of the country and visited the Universities and seats of learning. He than travelled to Spain where he challenged a Spanish Nobleman to single combat. Sir William won by inflicting a wound to the gallant Don's chest. While not mortal it bled so much that the duel was ended. He then travelled to Italy, Egypt, Palestine, Turkey and Russia. Upon receiving word of his brothers death he hurriedly returned to England. Earl William Stanley stood high in the estimation of King James I.

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William Stanley was born in 1562 and died September 29, 1642. He was the 6th Earl of Derby, K.G. His wife Elizabeth Vere was the daughter of Edward Vere the 7th Earl of Oxford. William Stanley was originally buried in Chester, England. His body was re-interred at Ormskirk Derby Chapel on June 30, 1662.

William Stanley bought from his nieces, daughters of Ferdinando Stanley, 5th Earl of Derby , their right to the Isle of Man after Ferdinando's death. His brother had no male heirs. William and Ferdinando were the grandsons of Mary Dowager, Queen of France and sister of Henry VIII. William was appointed Chamberlain of Chester for life.

Ferdinando Stanley, 5th Earl of Derby died suddenly on April 16, 1594 supposedly poisoned by the Jesuits because he refused to join in an intrigue to obtain possession of the crown of France, by right of his grandmother, Mary Dowager who was queen of France. Having no sons, the earldom fell to his brother William. His Lordship married Alice Spencer, daughter of Sir John Spencer of Althorp. They had three daughters: Ann Stanley, who married Grey Bruges, Lord Chandos; Frances, who married Sir John Egerton, Earl of Bridewater and Elizabeth, who married Henry Hastings, Earl of Huntington. Alice, Ferdinandos wife married Lord Ellesmere, Lord High Chancellor after Ferdinandos death. She died on January 26, 1635.

At an early age, William Stanley displayed an enterprising and martial spirit and a love of foreign travel. His intelligence and agreeable conversational abilities made him a great favorite with his noble father who allowed him to travel for three years on the continent. He first sailed to France where the young English nobleman displayed his courage and superior knowledge of military tactics. In France he formed an acquaintance with the customs of the country and visited the Universities and seats of learning. He than travelled to Spain where he challenged a Spanish Nobleman to single combat. Sir William won by inflicting a wound to the gallant Don's chest. While not mortal it bled so much that the duel was ended. He then travelled to Italy, Egypt, Palestine, Turkey and Russia. Upon receiving word of his brothers death he hurriedly returned to England. Earl William Stanley stood high in the estimation of King James I. Parents: Henry STANLEY and Margaret CLIFFORD.

Spouse: Elizabeth VERE. William STANLEY and Elizabeth VERE were married on 26 Jun 1594 in Greenwich, England.3,39 Reference Number:90399 Children were: Ann STANLEY, Charles Henry STANLEY, Elizabeth STANLEY, Elizabeth STANLEY, James STANLEY, Sir Robert K.B. STANLEY.


William STANLEY3,39 was born about 1656 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.3,39 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,39 He died on 21 Feb 1689.3,39 He is reference number 2997. He was in Quaker.3,39 [boyd-trees.ged]









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William and his wife Rebecca were Quakers. Their marriage 9 Dec 1686 is found in Hinshaw's Quaker Encyclopedia.[xx.FTW]

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William and his wife Rebecca were Quakers. Their marriage 9 Dec 1686 is found in Hinshaw's Quaker Encyclopedia. Parents: William M. STANLEY and MARY. Parents: William M. STANLEY and MARY.

Spouse: Rebecca BUDD. William STANLEY and Rebecca BUDD were married on 12 Sep 1686 in Burlington, Burlington, NJ.3,39 Reference Number:63517 Children were: Richard STANDLEY.


William B. STANLEY3,39 was born on 2 Oct 1823 in Harpersfield, Delaware Co., NY.3,39 He died on 16 Nov 1867.3,39 He is reference number 4141. Parents: Nathan STANLEY and Permilia HOGEBOOM.

Spouse: MARY. William B. STANLEY and MARY were married. Reference Number:88208 Children were: James STANLEY, James STANLEY, Edwin STANLEY.

Spouse: MARY. William B. STANLEY and MARY were married. Reference Number:88209 Children were: James STANLEY, James STANLEY, Edwin STANLEY.


William Bryan STANLEY3,39 was born on 11 May 1908 in Fort Scott, Bourbon, KS.3,39 He died on 31 Mar 1974.3,39 He is reference number 4811. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Had six children from his first mariage and four children from his second marriage.[xx.FTW]

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Had six children from his first mariage and four children from his second marriage. Parents: John O. STANLEY and Maude Adeline COATNEY.

Spouse: Living WONDA.

Spouse: Living LOIS.

Spouse: Living LOIS.


William Jasper STANLEY3,39 was born on 24 Jul 1842 in New York.3,39 He died in 1921.3,39 He is reference number 2624. Parents: John Orsemus STANLEY and Dolly FLANSBURG.

Spouse: Mary ROSS. William Jasper STANLEY and Mary ROSS were married on 1 Jan 1867.3,39 Reference Number:56313 Children were: Nellie May STANLEY, Winnie STANLEY.

Spouse: Mary ROSS. William Jasper STANLEY and Mary ROSS were married on 1 Jan 1867.3,39 Reference Number:56324 Children were: Nellie May STANLEY, Winnie STANLEY.


William M. STANLEY3,39 was born on 18 Nov 1640 in Ormskirk, Lancs., England.3,39 He died on 23 Dec 1670 in Ormskirk, Lancs., England.3,39 He is reference number 2923. [boyd-trees.ged]









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William M. Stanley and his wife, Mary, came to America, CA 1654.[xx.FTW]

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William M. Stanley and his wife, Mary, came to America, CA 1654. Parents: James STANLEY and Charlotte DE LA TREMOUILLE.

Spouse: MARY. William M. STANLEY and MARY were married. Reference Number:61716 Children were: William STANLEY, Elizabeth STANLEY, Dorothy STANLEY.

Spouse: MARY. William M. STANLEY and MARY were married. Reference Number:61717 Children were: William STANLEY, Elizabeth STANLEY, Dorothy STANLEY.


William Orsemus STANLEY3,39 was born on 22 Jan 1870 in Marmaton, Bourbon Co., KS.3,39 He died on 19 Oct 1948 in Wichita, KS.3,39 He was buried Unknown in Evergreen Cemetery, Fort Scott, KS.3,39 He is reference number 2658. Parents: John Wesley STANLEY and Mary Jane CADWELL.

Spouse: Minnie Vibelia FRIEND. William Orsemus STANLEY and Minnie Vibelia FRIEND were married on 22 Dec 1897.3,39 Reference Number:56829

Spouse: Jennie May ARNOLD. William Orsemus STANLEY and Jennie May ARNOLD were married on 11 Feb 1914.3,39 Reference Number:56856 Children were: Living STANLEY.

Spouse: Emma RILEY.


William R. STANLEY3,39 was born on 15 Mar 1807 in Schoharie, Schoharie, NY.3,39 He died on 26 Aug 1900 in Harpersfield, Delaware, NY.3,39 He is reference number 4186. Parents: John Joseph STANLEY and Mary Polly LAMB.

Spouse: Catherine Maria POTTER. William R. STANLEY and Catherine Maria POTTER were married on 1 May 1828.3,39 Reference Number:88819 Children were: Sarah Maria STANLEY.


Winnie STANLEY3,39 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 2642. Parents: William Jasper STANLEY and Mary ROSS. Parents: William Jasper STANLEY and Mary ROSS.


Violet STANLEY OR WOLVERTON7,98 was born on 26 Sep 1596 in Of, Cambridge, Middlesex, Mass.. She was christened on 26 Sep 1596 in Mistley, Parish, Essex, Eng.. She died on 9 Jan 1649 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Mass. She was buried in Jan 1649 in , , MA. !NOTE: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM); ;
June 1998 (c), data as of 5 JAN 1998; ; , Family History Library, 35 N West
T emple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA Parents: Thomas WOLERTON.

Spouse: Unknown STANLEY.

Spouse: Edward SHEPHERD. Edward SHEPHERD and Violet STANLEY OR WOLVERTON were married on 6 Dec 1620 in Of Cambridge, Middlesex Co., MA.. Children were: Deborah SHEPHERD, Elizabeth SHEPARD SHEPPARD, Sr. John SHEPHARD, John SHEPARD, Elizabeth SHEPHERD, Sarah Shepherd THOMPSON, Deborah SHEPARD, John SHEPHERD, Sarah SHEPHERD, Abigail SHEPARD.


Gerard Lawrence STANNARD3,183 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 72177.

Spouse: Margaret Tennant MCMURCHEY. Gerard Lawrence STANNARD and Margaret Tennant MCMURCHEY were married. Reference Number:1191980 Children were: D Sr. Living STANNARD.


D Sr. Living STANNARD.3 Parents: Gerard Lawrence STANNARD and Margaret Tennant MCMURCHEY.

Spouse: Freda Lucille JONES. Children were: Living STANNARD, D Jr. Living STANNARD, Living STANNARD.


Living STANNARD.3 Parents: D Sr. Living STANNARD and Freda Lucille JONES.

Spouse: Living MYERS. Children were: Living STANNARD, Living STANNARD.

Spouse: Living STEVENS. Children were: Living STANNARD, Living STANNARD.

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