Nellie Landis1,2,3,4,5

F, b. May 1885, d. 2 March 1925
     Nellie Landis was born in May 1885 at Haddam, Washington County, Kansas, United States of America.2,4,5 She was the daughter of Henry T Landis and Laura A (?) Nellie Landis died on 2 March 1925 at Yellowstone County, Montana, United States of America, at age 39.2 She was buried at Mahaska, Washington County, Kansas, United States of America.2
     She lived in 1900 at Haddam, Washington, Kansas, USA; Marital Status: SingleRelation to Head: Daughter.5 She lived in 1915 at Coleman, Washington, Kansas, USA.4
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Children of Nellie Landis and Forrest Atmore Stanton

Citations

  1. [S232] Ancestry.com, Montana, County Marriages, 1865-1950 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  2. [S657] Ancestry.com, U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  3. [S2591] Ancestry.com, Montana, County Marriages, 1865-1993 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  4. [S190] Ancestry.com, Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Kansas State Historical Society; Topeka, Kansas; Roll: ks1915_252; Line: 20.
  5. [S1238] Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, unknown publish date), Year: 1900; Census Place: Haddam, Washington, Kansas; Roll: 503; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 0136; FHL microfilm: 1240503.

Irma S Stanton1,2

F, b. 29 August 1921, d. 19 February 1982
     Irma S Stanton was born on 29 August 1921 at Pompeys Pillar, Yellowstone County, Montana, United States of America.1,2 She was the daughter of Forrest Atmore Stanton and Nellie Landis. Irma S Stanton died on 19 February 1982 at Great Falls, Cascade County, Montana, United States of America, at age 60.1 She was buried at Great Falls, Cascade County, Montana, United States of America.1
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S657] Ancestry.com, U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  2. [S2591] Ancestry.com, Montana, County Marriages, 1865-1993 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).

Laura Mae Stanton1

F, b. 13 September 1913, d. 5 November 1981
     Laura Mae Stanton was born on 13 September 1913 at Washington County, Kansas, United States of America.1 She was the daughter of Forrest Atmore Stanton and Nellie Landis. Laura Mae Stanton died on 5 November 1981 at Yellowstone County, Montana, United States of America, at age 68.1 She was buried at Billings, Yellowstone County, Montana, United States of America.1
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S657] Ancestry.com, U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).

Helen Elaine Stanton

F, b. 7 April 1910, d. 26 September 2003
     Helen Elaine Stanton was born on 7 April 1910 at Morrowville, Washington County, Kansas, United States of America.1 She was the daughter of Forrest Atmore Stanton and Nellie Landis. Helen Elaine Stanton died on 26 September 2003 at Livingston, Park County, Montana, United States of America, at age 93.1 She was buried at Livingston, Park County, Montana, United States of America.1
     She was ; Person Source.2
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S657] Ancestry.com, U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  2. [S232] Ancestry.com, Montana, County Marriages, 1865-1950 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).

Isabel Thomas1,2

F, b. circa 1897
     Isabel Thomas was born circa 1897 at Johnstown Twp, Michigan.1,2 She married Forrest Atmore Stanton, son of Oscar Asa Stanton and Dorcus Ann Joy, on 17 January 1935 at Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan, USA.1,2
     Isabel Thomas lived at Battle Creek.1 Her married name was Stanton.
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S1221] Ancestry.com, Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867-1952 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  2. [S2002] Ancestry.com, Michigan, County Marriages, 1822-1940 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).

Gerald Gordon Shirk1

M, b. 13 December 1912, d. 8 August 1915
     Gerald Gordon Shirk was born on 13 December 1912 at Otero, Col.. He was the son of Olive Beatrice Gardner. Gerald Gordon Shirk died on 8 August 1915 at Colorado at age 2.
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S939] Unknown author, ASA.GED (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Robert J. Shirk1

M, b. 9 April 1927, d. 19 May 1936
     Robert J. Shirk was born on 9 April 1927 at Casnovia, Mich.. He was the son of Olive Beatrice Gardner. Robert J. Shirk died on 19 May 1936 at Casnovia, Mich., at age 9.
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S939] Unknown author, ASA.GED (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Mary Margaret Lennox1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

F, b. 11 August 1903, d. 24 July 1995
     Mary Margaret Lennox was born on 11 August 1903 at Detroit, Michigan.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 She married Thomas Levi Stanton, son of Charles Luther Stanton and Phoebe Deborah Baker, on 12 January 1924 at Detroit, Michigan, USA.8 Mary Margaret Lennox died on 24 July 1995 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan, at age 91.4,5,6,7 She was buried at Caledonia, Kent County, Michigan, USA.7
     She lived at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan.5 She lived at Detroit, Michigan.8 Her married name was Stanton. She lived in 1920 at Dearborn, Wayne, Michigan, USA; Marital Status: SingleRelation to Head of House: Help.3 She lived in 1930 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan, USA; Marital Status: MarriedRelation to Head of House: Wife.1 She lived in 1935 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan.2 She lived on 1 April 1940 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan, USA; Marital Status: MarriedRelation to Head of House: Wife.2
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Children of Mary Margaret Lennox and Thomas Levi Stanton

Citations

  1. [S8] Ancestry.com, 1930 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, unknown publish date), Year: 1930; Census Place: Leighton, Allegan, Michigan; Roll: 972; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 0022; Image: 1002.0; FHL microfilm: 2340707.
  2. [S3] Ancestry.com, 1940 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Year: 1940; Census Place: Leighton, Allegan, Michigan; Roll: T627_1721; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 3-21.
  3. [S6] Ancestry.com, 1920 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, unknown publish date), Year: 1920; Census Place: Dearborn, Wayne, Michigan; Roll: T625_801; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 7; Image: 29.
  4. [S5] Ancestry.com, U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, unknown publish date), Number: 385-24-0787; Issue State: Michigan; Issue Date: Before 1951.
  5. [S2601] Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records, Michigan, Deaths, 1971-1996 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, unknown publish date).
  6. [S107] Ancestry.com, U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  7. [S24] Ancestry.com, U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  8. [S1221] Ancestry.com, Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867-1952 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).

Cecil Donald Stanton1,2,3

M, b. 19 June 1929, d. 9 March 2014
     Cecil Donald Stanton was born on 19 June 1929 at Allegan County, Michigan.1,2,3 He was the son of Thomas Levi Stanton and Mary Margaret Lennox. Cecil Donald Stanton died on 9 March 2014 at Mesick, Wexford, Michigan, at age 84.3 He was buried at Mesick, Wexford County, Michigan, USA.3
     He lived in 1930 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan, USA; Marital Status: SingleRelation to Head of House: Son.1 He lived in 1935 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan.2 He lived on 1 April 1940 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan, USA; Marital Status: SingleRelation to Head of House: Son.2
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S8] Ancestry.com, 1930 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, unknown publish date), Year: 1930; Census Place: Leighton, Allegan, Michigan; Roll: 972; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 0022; Image: 1002.0; FHL microfilm: 2340707.
  2. [S3] Ancestry.com, 1940 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Year: 1940; Census Place: Leighton, Allegan, Michigan; Roll: T627_1721; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 3-21.
  3. [S24] Ancestry.com, U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).

Mark Allen Stanton1

M, b. 3 September 1932, d. 18 October 2000
     Mark Allen Stanton was born on 3 September 1932 at Michigan.1 He was the son of Thomas Levi Stanton and Mary Margaret Lennox. Mark Allen Stanton died on 18 October 2000 at Caledonia, Kent, Michigan, USA, at age 68.
     He lived in 1935 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan.1 He lived on 1 April 1940 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan, USA; Marital Status: SingleRelation to Head of House: Son.1
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S3] Ancestry.com, 1940 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Year: 1940; Census Place: Leighton, Allegan, Michigan; Roll: T627_1721; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 3-21.

Helen Louise Stanton1

F, b. 17 April 1931, d. 25 February 2012
     Helen Louise Stanton was born on 17 April 1931 at Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Levi Stanton and Mary Margaret Lennox. Helen Louise Stanton died on 25 February 2012 at age 80.
     She lived in 1935 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan.1 She lived on 1 April 1940 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan, USA; Marital Status: SingleRelation to Head of House: Daughter.1
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S3] Ancestry.com, 1940 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Year: 1940; Census Place: Leighton, Allegan, Michigan; Roll: T627_1721; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 3-21.

Robert Lewis Stanton1,2,3

M, b. 8 July 1924, d. 15 February 1993
     Robert Lewis Stanton was born on 8 July 1924 at Caldonia, Mich..2,3 He was the son of Thomas Levi Stanton and Mary Margaret Lennox. Robert Lewis Stanton died on 15 February 1993 at Kentwood, Kent, Michigan, at age 68.
     He lived in 1930 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan, USA; Marital Status: SingleRelation to Head of House: Son.2 He lived in 1935 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan.3 He lived on 1 April 1940 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan, USA; Marital Status: SingleRelation to Head of House: Son.3
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S939] Unknown author, ASA.GED (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  2. [S8] Ancestry.com, 1930 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, unknown publish date), Year: 1930; Census Place: Leighton, Allegan, Michigan; Roll: 972; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 0022; Image: 1002.0; FHL microfilm: 2340707.
  3. [S3] Ancestry.com, 1940 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Year: 1940; Census Place: Leighton, Allegan, Michigan; Roll: T627_1721; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 3-21.

Thomas Charles Stanton1,2,3,4,5,6,7

M, b. 5 May 1927, d. 5 January 1993
     Thomas Charles Stanton was born on 5 May 1927 at Caledonia AL, Michigan.1,2,3,4,5,6,7 He was the son of Thomas Levi Stanton and Mary Margaret Lennox. Thomas Charles Stanton died on 5 January 1993 at Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan, at age 65.1,2,4 He died on 5 January 1993 at Alto, Kent, Michigan, USA, at age 65.3 He was buried at Caledonia, Kent County, Michigan, USA.4
     He lived at Caledonia, Kent, Michigan.1 He lived at Caledonia, Michigan.7 He lived in 1930 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan, USA; Marital Status: SingleRelation to Head of House: Son.5 He lived in 1935 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan.6 He lived on 1 April 1940 at Leighton, Allegan, Michigan, USA; Marital Status: SingleRelation to Head of House: Son.6
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S2601] Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records, Michigan, Deaths, 1971-1996 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, unknown publish date).
  2. [S107] Ancestry.com, U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  3. [S5] Ancestry.com, U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, unknown publish date), Number: 029-22-4100; Issue State: Massachusetts; Issue Date: Before 1951.
  4. [S24] Ancestry.com, U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  5. [S8] Ancestry.com, 1930 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, unknown publish date), Year: 1930; Census Place: Leighton, Allegan, Michigan; Roll: 972; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 0022; Image: 1002.0; FHL microfilm: 2340707.
  6. [S3] Ancestry.com, 1940 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Year: 1940; Census Place: Leighton, Allegan, Michigan; Roll: T627_1721; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 3-21.
  7. [S1221] Ancestry.com, Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867-1952 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).

Frederic Mack1

M, b. circa 1897
     Frederic Mack was born circa 1897 at Chicago, Illinois.1 He married Phoebe Alice Stanton, daughter of Charles Luther Stanton and Phoebe Deborah Baker, on 15 March 1919 at Leighton Twp, Michigan, USA.1
     Frederic Mack lived at Owosso.1
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S1221] Ancestry.com, Michigan, Marriage Records, 1867-1952 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).

Bruce Perry1

M, b. 28 July 1914, d. 5 July 1990
     Bruce Perry was born on 28 July 1914 at Minneapolis, Minn.. He was the son of Aura Caroline Holcomb. Bruce Perry died on 5 July 1990 at Pomeroy, WA, at age 75.
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S939] Unknown author, ASA.GED (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Merrill R. Holcomb1

M, b. 20 September 1899, d. 7 November 1918
     Merrill R. Holcomb was born on 20 September 1899 at Midland Co., Mich.. He was the son of Rollin Powers Holcomb. Merrill R. Holcomb died on 7 November 1918 at Sandy Point, Idaho, at age 19.
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S939] Unknown author, ASA.GED (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Mildred May Holcomb1

F, b. 14 November 1903
     Mildred May Holcomb was born on 14 November 1903. She was the daughter of Rollin Powers Holcomb.
     Mildred May Holcomb was (an unknown value.)2 She was (an unknown value.)3 She was (an unknown value.)4 She was (an unknown value.)5 Mildred May Holcomb was also known as Mildred May Persinger. Mildred May Holcomb was also known as Mildred May Schumacher.
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S939] Unknown author, ASA.GED (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  2. [S3575] Unknown author, Mildred May /Schumacher/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  3. [S3574] Unknown author, Mildred May /Ward/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  4. [S3577] Unknown author, Mildred May /Persinger/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  5. [S3576] Unknown author, Mildred May /Lyson/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Cecile Fern Holcomb1

F, b. 30 June 1907
     Cecile Fern Holcomb was born on 30 June 1907. She was the daughter of Harley Holcomb.
     Cecile Fern Holcomb was (an unknown value.)2 Cecile Fern Holcomb was also known as Cecile Fern Quimby.
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S939] Unknown author, ASA.GED (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  2. [S3578] Unknown author, Cecile Fern /Quimby/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Dorman Wayne Holcomb1

M, b. 15 July 1914, d. 26 November 1987
     Dorman Wayne Holcomb was born on 15 July 1914 at Saco, Mont.. He was the son of Floyd Riley Holcomb. Dorman Wayne Holcomb died on 26 November 1987 at Vancouver, WA, at age 73.
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S939] Unknown author, ASA.GED (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Gaylen Max Bracey1

M, b. 15 February 1920, d. 12 August 1986
     Gaylen Max Bracey was born on 15 February 1920 at Battle Creek, Mich.. He was the son of Clarissa Belle Holcomb. Gaylen Max Bracey died on 12 August 1986 at Tucson, Az, at age 66.
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S939] Unknown author, ASA.GED (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Charles Fredric Stanton1

M, b. 9 December 1900, d. 1987
     Charles Fredric Stanton was born on 9 December 1900. He was the son of Harry Leavenworth Stanton. Charles Fredric Stanton died in 1987. He was buried at Woodlawn Cemetery.1
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S2061] Recipient_1: Brian Mavrogeorge Harry Stanton, Harry Stanton notes, 6 Dec 2000, Subject: Erastus to Joseph Allen Stanton (n.p.: harri@@infomagic.com, 6 Dec. 2000, unknown publish date).

Harry Leavenworth Stanton Jr.1,2

M, b. 9 July 1902, d. 1955
     Harry Leavenworth Stanton Jr. was born on 9 July 1902 at Sheridan, MI. He was the son of Harry Leavenworth Stanton. Harry Leavenworth Stanton Jr. died in 1955. He was buried at Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit, MI.1,2
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S2061] Recipient_1: Brian Mavrogeorge Harry Stanton, Harry Stanton notes, 6 Dec 2000, Subject: Erastus to Joseph Allen Stanton (n.p.: harri@@infomagic.com, 6 Dec. 2000, unknown publish date).
  2. [S2939] Harry Stanton, Stanton Notes, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian at brianbonner dot net, Author E-mail: harrl at infomagic dot net (n.p.: 10 May 2005, unknown publish date).

Edward Hamilton Stanton1

M, b. 11 November 1905, d. 30 November 2002
     Edward Hamilton Stanton was born on 11 November 1905. He was the son of Harry Leavenworth Stanton. Edward Hamilton Stanton died on 30 November 2002 at age 97.2
     He lived on 25 June 2001 at Sun City West, AZ.3
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S2061] Recipient_1: Brian Mavrogeorge Harry Stanton, Harry Stanton notes, 6 Dec 2000, Subject: Erastus to Joseph Allen Stanton (n.p.: harri@@infomagic.com, 6 Dec. 2000, unknown publish date).
  2. [S3583] Unknown author, Social Security Death Index. Master File (n.p.: MyFamily.com Inc, www.ancestry.com, unknown publish date).
  3. [S3582] Thomas Stanton, Thomas Stanton email, Recipient: Brian Mavrogeorge, Address: tdstanton@@hotmail.com (n.p.: 25 Jun 2001, unknown publish date).

Lizzie Gertrude Noyes

F, b. 13 April 1851, d. 8 August 1943
     Lizzie Gertrude Noyes was born on 13 April 1851.1 She was the daughter of Charles Noyes. Lizzie Gertrude Noyes died on 8 August 1943 at Fairbury, IL, at age 92.1
     She was (an unknown value.)2 Lizzie Gertrude Noyes was also known as Lizzie Gertrude Remington.
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Child of Lizzie Gertrude Noyes

Citations

  1. [S385] Recipient_1: Brian Mavrogeorge Liz Heckman-Bouley, Liz Heckman-Bouley email, 13 Dec 2000, Subject: Rev. James Notes & Dorothy Stanton (n.p.: etchbouley@@earthlink.net, 13 December 2000, unknown publish date).
  2. [S3585] Unknown author, Lizzie Gertrude /Remington/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Aline Gertrude Remington

F, b. 1882, d. 1952
     Aline Gertrude Remington was born in 1882.1 She was the daughter of Lizzie Gertrude Noyes. Aline Gertrude Remington died in 1952.1
     She was (an unknown value.)2 Aline Gertrude Remington was also known as Aline Gertrude Heckman.
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Child of Aline Gertrude Remington

Citations

  1. [S385] Recipient_1: Brian Mavrogeorge Liz Heckman-Bouley, Liz Heckman-Bouley email, 13 Dec 2000, Subject: Rev. James Notes & Dorothy Stanton (n.p.: etchbouley@@earthlink.net, 13 December 2000, unknown publish date).
  2. [S3586] Unknown author, Aline Gertrude /Heckman/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

George Remington Heckman

M, b. 5 September 1915, d. 10 June 1967
     George Remington Heckman was born on 5 September 1915 at Fairbury, IL.1 He was the son of Aline Gertrude Remington. George Remington Heckman died on 10 June 1967 at age 51.1
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S385] Recipient_1: Brian Mavrogeorge Liz Heckman-Bouley, Liz Heckman-Bouley email, 13 Dec 2000, Subject: Rev. James Notes & Dorothy Stanton (n.p.: etchbouley@@earthlink.net, 13 December 2000, unknown publish date).

Lawrence Edmund 'Ed' Chesebro' Sr.1,2,3

M, b. 24 June 1911, d. 16 February 1972
     Lawrence Edmund 'Ed' Chesebro' Sr. was born on 24 June 1911 at Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co, Pa. He was the son of Albert 'Bert' Brown Chesebro'. Lawrence Edmund 'Ed' Chesebro' Sr. died on 16 February 1972 at Tulsa, Tulsa Co, Ok, at age 60.4
     He was Presbyterian. He Presbyterian 1. Ed is a Mayflower descendant (John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley) and a Son of the American Revolution (SAR) (Samuel Chesebrough, 1743-1811).

2. Ed's baby books contain birth information, doctor, nurse, and etc.

3. Ed was the proprietor of Sooner Distributors, Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma distributors of Carta Blanca and Regal beer before Carta Blanca became popular.
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Citations

  1. [S3587] County of Birth, Birth Certificate (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  2. [S3588] County of death, Death Certificate (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  3. [S627] Lary Chesebro', GEDCOM file (n.p.: Larry Chesebro' lana-stl@@inlink.com, unknown publish date).
  4. [S3589] Unknown author, Cirrhosis of the liver (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Albert 'Bert' Brown Chesebro'1,2,3

M, b. 25 January 1881, d. 26 November 1952
     Albert 'Bert' Brown Chesebro' was born on 25 January 1881 at East Brady, Clarion Co, Pa. He was the son of Edmund Palmer Chesebro'. Albert 'Bert' Brown Chesebro' died on 26 November 1952 at Tulsa, Tulsa Co, Ok, at age 71.
     He 1. Albert is a Mayflower descendant (John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley) and a Son of the American Revolution (SAR) (Samuel Chesebrough, 1743-1811).

2. Kittanning Telephone Company document with Bert's signature confirms use of the apostrophe ca 1900.

3. Bert graduated from Grove City College military school. He was first employed by Peoples Natural Gas Co. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania but was mostly employed by Carter Oil (Standard of NJ). He was one of the founders of the Petroleum Accountants Society of Oklahoma. Bert was also employed by the US Engineers (Corps of Engineers) at the Oklahoma Ordinance Works, Pyror, Oklahoma during WWII.

4. Bert's will (handwritten by Ed as Bert was legally blind at the time) was written in 1950 and as Lina Jane's beneficiary left Lina Jane's 2/5 Brown Sugarcreek Township, Pennsylvania homestead inheritance to Larry with Ed as administrator.

5. Bert's cemetery burial lot deed, dated January 6, 1948, is for Memorial Park, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

6. Bert's funeral memorial book contains many notes and newspaper clippings.
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Child of Albert 'Bert' Brown Chesebro'

Citations

  1. [S3591] Unknown author, Bible - Edmund Palmer and Salina Brown Chesebro' (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  2. [S3592] Unknown author, Death Memorial Document (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  3. [S627] Lary Chesebro', GEDCOM file (n.p.: Larry Chesebro' lana-stl@@inlink.com, unknown publish date).

Edmund Palmer Chesebro'1,2,3,4

M, b. 19 September 1852, d. 31 May 1917
     Edmund Palmer Chesebro' was born on 19 September 1852 at Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, New York City, Kings Co, NY. He was the son of Phebe Eights Cobb. Edmund Palmer Chesebro' died on 31 May 1917 at Petrolia, Butler Co, Pa, at age 64.
     He 1. Edmund is a Mayflower descendant (John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley) and a Son of the American Revolution (SAR) (Samuel Chesebrough, 1743-1811).

2. 1900 US census shows Edmund's mother, Phebe Eights Cobb, and father, Albert Chesebro' born in Connecticut with his birth date as May, 1852. The birth date is contrary to the Wildey book source and the family bible mentioned below. We have chosen the family bible for Edmund's birth date.

3. Edmund clerked for Thomas Benton Brown in Brown & Company's Petrolia, Pennsylvania store beginning in 1876 when he first came to Pennsylvania and there apparently met his future wife, Salina Jane Brown. Edmund and James M. Brown were principals of the company along with Thomas in the 1880's. Edmund bought the store outright, becoming the sole proprietor in 1896.

4. Phebe Eights Cobb Chesebro' gave Edmund and Lina their family bible Christmas 1879 as recorded in the bible. Her entry, confirming the apostrophe, was:

'Lina & Ed From Mother Chesebro' Christmas 1879'

5. A property indenture confirms Edmund's lot in Petrolia, Pennsylvania (1882) .

6. Quit claim deed in Petrolia, Pennsylvania signed with the apostrophe in Edmund's signature confirms the use of an apostrophe to represent the shortened name in 1890.

7. 'Edward' on Edmund's and Lina's marriage certificate is an example of so many documents with misspellings.

8. Gas and oil lease of farm contains Edmund's apostrophe signature in 1902.

9. Edmund's will is dated May 10, 1916 and was probated June 6, 1917 in Butler County, Pennsylvania with his wife, Lina Jane Brown Chesebro' appointed executrix.

10. Edmund's grave site is in East Brady, Pennsylvania.

11. Edmund's death memorial plaque misspells name - 'Edward P. Chesbro'.
Last Edited=30 Jul 2018

Child of Edmund Palmer Chesebro'

Citations

  1. [S870] Anna Chesebrough Wildey, Genealogy of the Descendants of William Chesebrough (n.p.: New York: Press of T. A. Wright 1903, unknown publish date), page 169.
  2. [S3366] Unknown author, Bible - Matthew and Catherine Foster Brown (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  3. [S3592] Unknown author, Death Memorial Document (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  4. [S627] Lary Chesebro', GEDCOM file (n.p.: Larry Chesebro' lana-stl@@inlink.com, unknown publish date).

Albert, Jr Chesebro'1,2

M, b. 26 October 1833, d. 30 October 1882
     Albert, Jr Chesebro' was born on 26 October 1833 at Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, New York City, Kings Co, NY. He was the son of Phebe Eights Cobb. Albert, Jr Chesebro' died on 30 October 1882 at age 49.
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Citations

  1. [S870] Anna Chesebrough Wildey, Genealogy of the Descendants of William Chesebrough (n.p.: New York: Press of T. A. Wright 1903, unknown publish date), page 169.
  2. [S627] Lary Chesebro', GEDCOM file (n.p.: Larry Chesebro' lana-stl@@inlink.com, unknown publish date).

Ezra Chesebro'1,2,3

M, b. 11 July 1836
     Ezra Chesebro' was born on 11 July 1836 at Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, New York City, Kings Co, NY. He was the son of Phebe Eights Cobb. Ezra Chesebro' died; Y.4
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Citations

  1. [S870] Anna Chesebrough Wildey, Genealogy of the Descendants of William Chesebrough (n.p.: New York: Press of T. A. Wright 1903, unknown publish date), page 169.
  2. [S3593] Burial Location, Cemetery Records or Gravestone Inscription (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  3. [S627] Lary Chesebro', GEDCOM file (n.p.: Larry Chesebro' lana-stl@@inlink.com, unknown publish date).
  4. [S3594] Unknown author, Y (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Cornelia Elizabeth Chesebro'1,2,3

F, b. 16 August 1838, d. after 1902
     Cornelia Elizabeth Chesebro' was born on 16 August 1838 at Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, New York City, Kings Co, NY. She was the daughter of Phebe Eights Cobb. Cornelia Elizabeth Chesebro' died after 1902.
     She was (an unknown value.)4 She 1. Cornelia's will was written May 21, 1912 mentioning husband John D. Palmer; nieces Mabel Chesebro, Edna Chesebro, Marion Chesebro, Gertrude Chesebro and Eva Frances Miller; brothers Luke Chesebro, George Chesebro, and Edmund Chesebro; Lina J. Chesebro, Frederic S. Chesebro, Howard C. Miller, Howard C. Chesebro, C. A. Miller, Marion M. Robinson; and witnesses Cecilis Jones and Benjamin Treacy. Cornelia Elizabeth Chesebro' was also known as Cornelia Elizabeth Palmer.
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Citations

  1. [S870] Anna Chesebrough Wildey, Genealogy of the Descendants of William Chesebrough (n.p.: New York: Press of T. A. Wright 1903, unknown publish date), p. 169.
  2. [S3593] Burial Location, Cemetery Records or Gravestone Inscription (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  3. [S627] Lary Chesebro', GEDCOM file (n.p.: Larry Chesebro' lana-stl@@inlink.com, unknown publish date).
  4. [S3595] Unknown author, Cornelia Elizabeth /Palmer/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Ebenezer Stanton Cobb Chesebro'1,2

M, b. 17 August 1841, d. 22 October 1875
     Ebenezer Stanton Cobb Chesebro' was born on 17 August 1841 at Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, New York City, Kings Co, NY. He was the son of Phebe Eights Cobb. Ebenezer Stanton Cobb Chesebro' died on 22 October 1875 at age 34.
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Citations

  1. [S870] Anna Chesebrough Wildey, Genealogy of the Descendants of William Chesebrough (n.p.: New York: Press of T. A. Wright 1903, unknown publish date), p. 169.
  2. [S627] Lary Chesebro', GEDCOM file (n.p.: Larry Chesebro' lana-stl@@inlink.com, unknown publish date).

James Noyes Chesebro'1,2

M, b. 1 February 1844, d. April 1893
     James Noyes Chesebro' was born on 1 February 1844 at Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, New York City, Kings Co, NY. He was the son of Phebe Eights Cobb. James Noyes Chesebro' died in April 1893 at age 49.
     He 1. James lived with and worked for his father in New York City ca 1869. He was listed in the 1869 telephone book as:

'Chesebro James N. roofer, 158 Duane, h E. 123d n Third av.'
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Citations

  1. [S870] Anna Chesebrough Wildey, Genealogy of the Descendants of William Chesebrough (n.p.: New York: Press of T. A. Wright 1903, unknown publish date), p. 169.
  2. [S627] Lary Chesebro', GEDCOM file (n.p.: Larry Chesebro' lana-stl@@inlink.com, unknown publish date).

Luke Barker Chesebro'1,2,3

M, b. 30 June 1846, d. after 1880
     Luke Barker Chesebro' was born on 30 June 1846 at Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, New York City, Kings Co, NY. He was the son of Phebe Eights Cobb. Luke Barker Chesebro' died after 1880 at or near Foxburg, Clarion Co, Pa.
     He 1. Luke was associated with the Fox Farm Pipeline from 1878 through 1880 in Foxburg, Clarion County, Pennsylvania. He apparently was in Wisconsin ca 1848 where 160 acres of land were purchased in 3 transactions in January.
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Children of Luke Barker Chesebro'

Citations

  1. [S870] Anna Chesebrough Wildey, Genealogy of the Descendants of William Chesebrough (n.p.: New York: Press of T. A. Wright 1903, unknown publish date), page 169.
  2. [S3596] Unknown author, Newspaper or Periodical Article (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date), History of Foxburg (Pennsylvania), Christopher Fleming, cfleming@@csonline.net.
  3. [S627] Lary Chesebro', GEDCOM file (n.p.: Larry Chesebro' lana-stl@@inlink.com, unknown publish date).

George Cheever Chesebro' Sr.1,2

M, b. 20 July 1850
     George Cheever Chesebro' Sr. was born on 20 July 1850 at Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, New York City, Kings Co, NY. He was the son of Phebe Eights Cobb. George Cheever Chesebro' Sr. died; Y.3
     He 1. George and his family lived in Brooklyn, NY ca 1903.

2. George became an important man with National Transit, a subsidiary of Standard Oil.

From the 'Romance of American Petroleum and Gas' (1914):

'George Chesebro, Secretary and Comptroller of the National Transit Company, was born in the city of New York, July 20th, 1850. He is the son of Albert Chesebro, who was a resident of New York City for many years, although born in Stonington, Conn. in 1808. The elder Mr. Chesebro died in Jersey City in 1888. He was a lineal descendant of William Chesebro, who was born in England in 1594 and came to America in the ship Arabella, which sailed from Cowes, Isle of Wight, on March 30th, 1630. He took a prominent part in founding the Massachusetts Bay Colony and later spending a few years in Rehoboth, Mass., made his permanent home in Stonington, Conn.

The subject of this sketch was educated in the public schools of New York, and was graduated from the College of the City of New York. Soon afterward he entered the law office of Silas B. Bronwell, in Wall Street, but after spending some time endeavoring to fit himself for the Bar he discovered that his tastes lay in the direction of commerce. He then abandoned his studies and entered the employ of S. B. Chittenden & Co., at one time a prominent mercantile firm in New York. Later he connected himself with the firm of A. T. Stewart & Company, spending a number of years as accountant in the woolen mills of that concern. When the firm discontinued the operation of their mill properties in June, 1883, George Chesebro accepted a position with the National Transit Company, at 44 Broadway, New York City. At that time Mr. John Bushnell was Secretary and Comptroller or the Company. Mr. Chesebro, after short service, was appointed Assistant Secretary and Assistant Comptroller and upon the resignation of Bushnell, in 1907, he was appointed to fill the vacancies caused by Mr. Bushnell's resignation from office in the various corporations with which the latter was then identified.

(then follows list of pipeline companies.)

In 1875, Miss Frances Augusta Amerman became the wife of George Chesebro. Their home is now at Belle Harbour, N. Y. There are three children, Mrs. Caspar A. Miller, residing in Foxburg, Pa; Howard Irving, residing in Belle Harbor, N. Y; George Chesebro, Jr., residing in Brooklyn, N. Y.

Mr. Chesebro is a member of the Graduates Club in the City of New York, Society of the Order of the Founders and Patriots of America, and the Belle Harbor Yacht Club.'
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Children of George Cheever Chesebro' Sr.

Citations

  1. [S870] Anna Chesebrough Wildey, Genealogy of the Descendants of William Chesebrough (n.p.: New York: Press of T. A. Wright 1903, unknown publish date), p. 169.
  2. [S627] Lary Chesebro', GEDCOM file (n.p.: Larry Chesebro' lana-stl@@inlink.com, unknown publish date).
  3. [S3597] Unknown author, Y (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Fred Chesebro'1,2

M
     Fred Chesebro' was the son of Luke Barker Chesebro'. Fred Chesebro' died; Y.3
     He 1. Fred and his sister Marion are believed to have inherited a house in Foxburg, Clarion County, Pennsylvania from their mother's sister, Adaline.
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Citations

  1. [S3596] Unknown author, Newspaper or Periodical Article (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date), History of Foxburg (Pennsylvania), Christopher Fleming, cfleming@@csonline.net.
  2. [S627] Lary Chesebro', GEDCOM file (n.p.: Larry Chesebro' lana-stl@@inlink.com, unknown publish date).
  3. [S3598] Unknown author, Y (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Marion Chesebro'1,2

F
     Marion Chesebro' was the daughter of Luke Barker Chesebro'. Marion Chesebro' died; Y.3
     She 1. Marion and her brother Fred are believed to have inherited a house in Foxburg, Clarion County, Pennsylvania from their mother's sister, Adaline.
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Citations

  1. [S3596] Unknown author, Newspaper or Periodical Article (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date), History of Foxburg (Pennsylvania), Christopher Fleming, cfleming@@csonline.net.
  2. [S627] Lary Chesebro', GEDCOM file (n.p.: Larry Chesebro' lana-stl@@inlink.com, unknown publish date).
  3. [S3599] Unknown author, Y (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Eva Frances Chesebro'1,2

F, b. 1 January 1877
     Eva Frances Chesebro' was born on 1 January 1877 at Glenham, Dutchess Co, Ny. She was the daughter of George Cheever Chesebro' Sr. Eva Frances Chesebro' died at or near Foxburg, Clarion Co, Pa.
     She was (an unknown value.)3
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Citations

  1. [S870] Anna Chesebrough Wildey, Genealogy of the Descendants of William Chesebrough (n.p.: New York: Press of T. A. Wright 1903, unknown publish date), page 169.
  2. [S627] Lary Chesebro', GEDCOM file (n.p.: Larry Chesebro' lana-stl@@inlink.com, unknown publish date).
  3. [S3600] Unknown author, Eva Frances /Miller/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Howard Irving Chesebro'1,2

M, b. 11 February 1878
     Howard Irving Chesebro' was born on 11 February 1878 at Glenham, Duchess Co, Ny. He was the son of George Cheever Chesebro' Sr. Howard Irving Chesebro' died; Y.3
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Citations

  1. [S870] Anna Chesebrough Wildey, Genealogy of the Descendants of William Chesebrough (n.p.: New York: Press of T. A. Wright 1903, unknown publish date), p. 169.
  2. [S627] Lary Chesebro', GEDCOM file (n.p.: Larry Chesebro' lana-stl@@inlink.com, unknown publish date).
  3. [S3601] Unknown author, Y (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

George Cheever, Jr Chesebro'1,2

M, b. 17 September 1880
     George Cheever, Jr Chesebro' was born on 17 September 1880 at Glenham, Dutchess Co, Ny. He was the son of George Cheever Chesebro' Sr. George Cheever, Jr Chesebro' died; Y.3
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Citations

  1. [S870] Anna Chesebrough Wildey, Genealogy of the Descendants of William Chesebrough (n.p.: New York: Press of T. A. Wright 1903, unknown publish date), p. 169.
  2. [S627] Lary Chesebro', GEDCOM file (n.p.: Larry Chesebro' lana-stl@@inlink.com, unknown publish date).
  3. [S3602] Unknown author, Y (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Susan M Brewster1

F, b. 18 January 1781, d. November 1853
     Susan M Brewster was born on 18 January 1781 at Griswold, New London County, Connecticut, USA.1 She died in November 1853 at Rochester, Monroe County, New York, USA, at age 72.1 She was buried at Rochester, Monroe County, New York, USA.1
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Children of Susan M Brewster and Joseph Stanton

Citations

  1. [S24] Ancestry.com, U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).

Susan M. Stanton

F, b. 1803, d. 1833
     Susan M. Stanton was born in 1803.1,2 She was the daughter of Joseph Stanton and Susan M Brewster. Susan M. Stanton died in 1833 at Riga, Monroe Co., NY.
     She was (an unknown value.)3 Susan M. Stanton was also known as Susan M. Baldwin.
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Children of Susan M. Stanton

Citations

  1. [S338] Ph.D., D.D. William A. Stanton, A Record Genealogical, Biographical, Statistical of Thomas Stanton of Connecticut and His Descendants 1635-1891 (n.p.: Joel Munsell's Sons, unknown publish date).
  2. [S3605] Unknown author, The Stanton book indicates Joseph's children were born in Preston and Griswold, Conn., but doesn't identify which ones were born in which location. And in the individual entry for Susan it says she was born in Pachang, Conn. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  3. [S3604] Unknown author, Susan M. /Baldwin/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Robert Livingston Stanton D.D.1

M, b. 28 March 1810, d. 23 May 1885
     Robert Livingston Stanton D.D. was born on 28 March 1810 at Pachaug, CT.2,1 He was the son of Joseph Stanton and Susan M Brewster. Robert Livingston Stanton D.D. died on 23 May 1885 at erchant Marine, at sea, Great Britain, at age 75.3,1
     Robert Livingston Stanton D.D. was also known as Rev. He After graduating at Lane theological SEminary, Cincinnati, Ohio he was ordained by the Prebytery of Mississippi in 1839. He was pastor at Blue Ridge, Ohio from 1839 to 1841; Woodville, Ohio from 1841 to 1843; New Orleans, Lousiana from 1843 to 1851; president of Oakland College, Mississippi until 1854; from 1855 till 1862 pastor at Chillicothe, Ohio; from 1862 to 1865 professor of Pastoral Theology and Homiletics in Danville (Kentucky) Theological Seminary; in 1866 he was moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church; from 1866 to 1871 president of Miami (Ohio) University; in 1871-2 he engaged in literary work in New York City, and after that was an editor of the 'Herald and Presbyter' in Cincinnati. Princeton College and Washington (Virginia) College conferred on him the degree of D.D.. He was the author of 'The Church and the Rebellion', New York, 1864.
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Children of Robert Livingston Stanton D.D.

Citations

  1. [S3606] Ancestry.com, Great Britain, Select Deaths and Burials, 1778-1988 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  2. [S338] Ph.D., D.D. William A. Stanton, A Record Genealogical, Biographical, Statistical of Thomas Stanton of Connecticut and His Descendants 1635-1891 (n.p.: Joel Munsell's Sons, unknown publish date).
  3. [S3607] Unknown author, while enroute to Europe (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Frances Mehitable Stanton

F, b. 11 April 1807, d. 15 February 1870
     Frances Mehitable Stanton was born on 11 April 1807 at Griswold, CT.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Stanton and Susan M Brewster. Frances Mehitable Stanton died on 15 February 1870 at Cleveland, OH, at age 62.
     She was (an unknown value.)2 Frances Mehitable Stanton was also known as Frances Mehitable Avery.
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Children of Frances Mehitable Stanton

Citations

  1. [S338] Ph.D., D.D. William A. Stanton, A Record Genealogical, Biographical, Statistical of Thomas Stanton of Connecticut and His Descendants 1635-1891 (n.p.: Joel Munsell's Sons, unknown publish date).
  2. [S3608] Unknown author, Frances Mehitable /Avery/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Joseph R. Stanton

M, b. 8 August 1812, d. 1832
     Joseph R. Stanton was born on 8 August 1812.1,2 He was the son of Joseph Stanton and Susan M Brewster. Joseph R. Stanton died in 1832 at Rochester, NY.1,3
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Citations

  1. [S338] Ph.D., D.D. William A. Stanton, A Record Genealogical, Biographical, Statistical of Thomas Stanton of Connecticut and His Descendants 1635-1891 (n.p.: Joel Munsell's Sons, unknown publish date).
  2. [S3609] Unknown author, The Stanton book indicates Joseph's children were born in Preston and Griswold, Conn., but doesn't identify which ones were born in which location. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  3. [S1184] Unknown author, No issue. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

George D. Stanton

M, b. 30 March 1815, d. 1833
     George D. Stanton was born on 30 March 1815.1,2 He was the son of Joseph Stanton and Susan M Brewster. George D. Stanton died in 1833 at Lane Seminary, Cincinnati, OH.1,3
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Citations

  1. [S338] Ph.D., D.D. William A. Stanton, A Record Genealogical, Biographical, Statistical of Thomas Stanton of Connecticut and His Descendants 1635-1891 (n.p.: Joel Munsell's Sons, unknown publish date).
  2. [S3609] Unknown author, The Stanton book indicates Joseph's children were born in Preston and Griswold, Conn., but doesn't identify which ones were born in which location. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  3. [S3610] Unknown author, of cholera (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Henry Brewster Stanton1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

M, b. 29 June 1805, d. 14 January 1887
     Henry Brewster Stanton was born on 29 June 1805 at Griswold, New London, Connecticut, USA.10,11,12,1,4,5,7,8,9 He was born on 27 June 1805 at (Griswold) Preston, CT.2 He was born on 27 June 1805 at (Griswold) Preston, CT.3 He was the son of Joseph Stanton and Susan M Brewster. Henry Brewster Stanton married Elizabeth Smith Cady, daughter of Daniel Cady and Margaret C Livingston, on 1 May 1840 at Johnstown, NY.10,13,4 Henry Brewster Stanton died on 14 January 1887 at New York City, NY, at age 81.3,4,5,6 He was buried at Bronx, Bronx County, New York, USA.3,5
     He From the New York 'Tribune' of Jan. 15, 1887 as quoted by William A. Stanton. 'Henry Brewster Stanton, who was one of the early anti-slavery agitators and who won many honors in journalism, died yesterday of pneumonia at No. 116 East Twenty-third street. His illness was known to but few friends, and his vigor of intellect and physical activity were retained up to the time he left the office of the 'Sun' as week ago. He had sat in the office without laying aside his overcoat and in going out into the air he caught a cold that speedily brought on the disease which ended his life. Even after his sickness he continued to do work for several days, editing the proof-sheet o the fourth edition of his autobiography, entitled 'Random Recollection' and up to within a few hours of his death he did not consider his condition serious./ His sons, Henry and Robert L./ Stanton, were at his bedside when the end came. His wife is now in London.

Mr. Stanton was born in the hamlet of Pachaug, New London county, Conn., now the own of Griswold, on June 27, 1805. Thomas Stanton, the first of the family in New England, came from England in 1635 and was Crown Interpreter-General of the Indian tongues and subsequently Judge of the County Court of New London. On his mother's side Mr. Stanton's ancestry ran back to Elder Brewster, of the Plymouth Colony. His father was a woolen manufacturer and a trader with the West Indies. A little red school-house in Pachaug and a rickety academy in Jewett City, a place on what is now known as the Thames river, furnished Mr. Stanton his education before he entered public life. George D. Prentice was one of his teachers and by him the field of newspaper work was laid bare to the young student. In 1826 Mr. Stanton went to Rochester to write for Thurlow Weed's newspaper, the Monroe 'Telegraph'. This sheet advocated the election of Henry Clay, and Mr. Stanton, attracted intro political life, took the stump for John Quincy Adams, making his first political speech in Rochester. For three years he was Deputy County Clerk of Monroe county. He studied for a short time under the Rev. Ferdinand Ward, father of Ferdinand Ward, of Grant & Ward fame. In 1832 he went to Cincinnati to finish his studies at Lane Seminary.

His first anti-slavery speech was made at a debating club at the date of 'Nat' Turner's insurrection. He became one of the most effective platform orators who defended human rights in the great controversy preceding the war, and in 1834, at the anniversary in this city of the American Anti-Slavery Society, of which he was secretary, he faced the first of the two hundred mobs he battled against in his devotion to the cause of freedom. As a public speaker he was ranked with Wendell Phillips, but his taste for politics early drew him into the Liberty party. He took sides with the Democracy in New York local contests at this period, but was an ardent Republican when the issue of slavery and secession became paramount in National affairs. In the early ant-slavery contest Mr. Stanton spoke for the relief of the oppressed in the principal cities of England, Scotland, Ireland and France. He was a member of the Free Soil party and served in the Massachusetts Senate for two terms. He was a member also of the New York Senate in 1850. Hr helped to launch the Republican party in 1855, and took the stump for Governor Seward. He made his home in 1847 at Seneca Falls, N.Y. and being admitted to the bar there, soon acquired reputation as a successful lawyer in patent cases.

He did a great deal of valuable work on newspapers., He wrote for the 'Tribune' when Mr. Greeley was its editor, and subsequently for the 'Sun', with which he had a close connection up to the time of his death. He published a book called 'Sketches of Reforms and Reformers in Great Britain and Ireland,' after his trip to Europe in the forties. His autobiography was engaging his attention when his fatal illness began.'

William A. Stanton also quotes a letter from Henry B. Stanton's so Theodore, in Paris, to the Chicago 'Inter-Ocean':

'Paris, Jan 21. - My father has passed away rich in years and not poor in honors. Henry B. Stanton was no ordinary man, and I know you will not consider it unbecoming in me to devote a letter to his memory, especially if I do little else than transcribe a few of the tributes of others which are coming to me by every post.

'Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton writes e from England: Your father was an eloquent speaker, a forcible writer, and an admirable conversationalist. Those who possess oratorical gifts are seldom able with their pen, and it is rare that a good writer is also a good speaker. Phillips was fine on the platform, so was Gerrit Smith, but neither could put his thoughts on paper without discovering a certain lameness. Garrison, on the other hand, could write better than we could speak. None of them were equal to your father in conversation. I never knew any one who could on the spur of the moment rise and express himself more appropriately on all subjects and on all occasions, whether he was called upon to deal with temperance, anti-slavery, education, agriculture, religion, politics, science, art or music. Sometimes when I have been serenaded or expected to say a few words I have pushed him forward to express what I could not without preparation, and, at such moments, he was always happy in speaking from my standpoint as well as from his own. He was asked one evening to respond to a toast on music. Now, said I to myself, for one he will be at a loss for something to say. But after a few general remarks on national aptitudes for music, especially among southern nations, he went on and spoke charmingly of the beauty of the negro melodies and the solace music has been to our slaves in their weary bondage. It being in the days or our anti-slavery excitement, he always seized every opportunity that offered to call public attention to the irrepressible conflict.

'No man was better acquainted with the politics and politicians of the last century. Not in England and America, than he was. Very conversant with history and literature, he had an inexhaustible fund of anecdotes of the living and the dead, authors, statesmen, and artists. His memory was really wonderful, and he never forgot what he saw, read, or heard. In another respect he was also very remarkable: he was uniformly in good spirits. Although of a nervous temperament and capable of the highest enthusiasm, he never suffered corresponding depression, but was always ready for cheerful conversation. His industry was truly praiseworthy. He was continually busy reading, writing or working outdoors.

'When speaking before an audience, he was very quick to turn to account any unexpected occurrence. On one occasion he was delivering a temperance lecture on a platform covered by a thick oil-cloth that protruded two or three inches over the edge of the boards in front. In the midst of one of his most eloquent passages, he was comparing the inebriate's downward course to the Falls of Niagara, and the struggle with drink to the hopeless effort of a man in the rapids. Just as he reached, in his description, the fatal plunge over the precipice, he advanced to the edge of the platform, the oil-cloth gave way under his feet, and in an instant he went down headlong into the audience, carrying with him desk, glass, pitcher and water. Being light and agile, he was quickly on the platform again, and immediately remarked with great coolness: 'I carried my illustration further than I had intended to. Yet even so it is that the drunkard falls, glass in hand, carrying destruction with him. But not so readily does he rise again from the terrible depths into which he has precipated himself.' The whole house cheered again and again, and even Gough never struck a more powerful blow for temperance.

'Your great delight, when a little fellow 4 or 5 years old, was to have him make speeches to you, he pretending that you were a judge and himself an advocate. He used to seat you on the piano an then, with vehement gesture and pirouettings, would argue the case. Not one word of the speech did you understand. But you remained spellbound by the passion that was displayed, by the denouncing of witnesses and opposing counsel, by the laying down of the law to the judge - yourself - and by appeals to the jury - your older brothers, who were not less amazed than you were by the whole performance. You never smiled nor took your eyes off of him for ten minutes on the stretch, when the court adjourned. One day in your father's absence I tried to amuse you in the same way, but I had scarcely uttered two sentences when the judge coolly clambered down from the bench and walked off, whether because moved by a masculine dislike of a feminine advocate, or the comparatively lifeless presentation of the case I have never learned to this day. I never repeated the humiliating experiment.

'Your father had a strong taste for agricultural pursuits. He enjoyed planting trees, grafting, raising fruit and vegetables, and never a day passed in summer that he did not go the round of the garden. He once made a wager with a friend that he could raise the largest melon and won. He watched the growing fruit day after day, and when the big fellow was ready for the table invited his friend to dinner. At dessert the much-praised and long-cared-for melon was brought in , and the host, knife in hand, was about to cut it open when it fell apart of itself. One of Erin's daughters, who had been serving us for several days with muskmelons, and had never seen a watermelon, had kept the edible portion in the kitchen, and had sent in to us the rind! General surprise was followed by as general a laugh, and your father, returning to his guest, asked: 'Basom, why am I at this moment like that melon? We are equally crusty.'

'Theodore Tilton in a letter to me, says: 'My chief recollections of your father date back to the anti-slavery days, when he and I were sometimes speakers on the same platform. I was always struck by his cogent style of argument and appeal, particularly when the subject had a political interest. It was in political discussion that he excelled. He was a splendid campaigner - full of fact, logic, anecdote, wit and passion - and with a voice as clear as a clarion. He was a born orator and debater'.

'A fortnight ago Mr. Frederick Douglass told me how and when it was that he first heard my father speak in public. When I was escaping from bondage I was received under the humble but hospitable roof of Nathan Johnson, an old colored man who died at the age of 90. He it was, by the way, who gave me my name. He was reading the 'Lady of the Lake' while I was with him, and suggested that I take Scott's Douglas as my last name. I did so, adding an 's' for some reason or another, or for no reason at all; I don't now remember why. Nathan Johnson also told me all about Henry B. Stanton's wonderful oratorical powers, and took me one evening to hear him denounce the slave system. It was one of the sit abolition lectures I ever heard, and this circumstance, combined with the eloquence of the speaker, left an ineffaceable impression on my mind. Your father was then unquestionably the best orator in the anti-slavery movement. I listened to him on many other occasions, but this first one, when I was fresh from slavery, naturally touched me the most deeply.'

'I might go on and give some of my own recollections. I might tell how father used to like to talk of these early anti-slavery days, to which Mr. Douglass has just referred, and especially to a lecture tour that he once made through New York State in the company of Whittier, who had not then won an honored place in literature. I might even cite a letter that the Quaker poet wrote last summer to father, in which he recalled in words tinged with sadness this joint anti-slavery crusade. I might describe his ardor for the collection of the engraved or photographed portraits of the great men of all times and countries, how he had them framed, hung in groups on the wall, and how he would dilate upon the virtues and their vices of the originals to the circle of children whose eyes were riveted on the pictures and their ears wide open to all that was said. What an admirable way to teach history and biography, and how vividly those faces and lives still come back to me now! I might mention, as an example of his large acquaintance with American political history, the many hundred pages of notes that he once furnished me when I was preparing a series of lectures to be delivered at Hobart College, but which a sudden call to Europe interrupted. I might relate the enthusiasm that he created in New Jersey during the Tilden campaign when he stumped the State for the Democratic candidates, and after many years of absence from public life returned to it with all the old fire and success.
'Why we didn't know that we had such a stunner amongst us,' the old Dutch farmers used to say, and if Tilden carried the State is was due in no small manner to Henry B. Stanton. I might touch upon these facts and many similar ones, but as I wrote at the beginning of this letter, I have preferred today to transcribe only what others had said.' He lived at New Bridge, Bergen, New Jersey.9 He lived in 1850 at Seneca Falls, Seneca, New York, USA.7 He lived in 1860 at Seneca Falls, Seneca, New York, USA.8 He lived in 1870 at Hackensack, Bergen, New Jersey, United States.9 He lived in 1880 at Tenafly, Bergen, New Jersey, USA; Marital status: MarriedRelation to Head of House: Self.1
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Children of Henry Brewster Stanton and Elizabeth Smith Cady

Citations

  1. [S108] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1880 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, unknown publish date), Year: 1880; Census Place: Tenafly, Bergen, New Jersey; Roll: 771; Family History Film: 1254771; Page: 465B; Enumeration District: 011; Image: 0452.
  2. [S337] Ancestry.com, Connecticut Town Birth Records, pre-1870 (Barbour Collection) (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, unknown publish date).
  3. [S269] Ancestry.com, Web: New York, Find A Grave Index, 1660-2012 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  4. [S112] Comp. Edmund West, Family Data Collection - Individual Records (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, unknown publish date), Birth year: 1805; Birth city: Griswold; Birth state: NY.
  5. [S24] Ancestry.com, U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  6. [S740] Ancestry.com, U.S., Newspaper Extractions from the Northeast, 1704-1930 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  7. [S124] Ancestry.com, 1850 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Year: 1850; Census Place: Seneca Falls, Seneca, New York; Roll: M432_597; Page: 308A; Image: 619.
  8. [S111] Ancestry.com, 1860 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Year: 1860; Census Place: Seneca Falls, Seneca, New York; Roll: M653_861; Page: 117; Image: 121; Family History Library Film: 803861.
  9. [S113] Ancestry.com, 1870 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Year: 1870; Census Place: Hackensack, Bergen, New Jersey; Roll: M593_852; Page: 322B; Image: 264; Family History Library Film: 552351.
  10. [S338] Ph.D., D.D. William A. Stanton, A Record Genealogical, Biographical, Statistical of Thomas Stanton of Connecticut and His Descendants 1635-1891 (n.p.: Joel Munsell's Sons, unknown publish date).
  11. [S745] Raymond A. Sheffield, Stanton/Bonner Database - Raymond A. Sheffield email, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: address not given, Author E-mail: raysheffield@@msn.com (n.p.: 27 Feb 2013, unknown publish date).
  12. [S3611] Unknown author, The Stanton book indicates Joseph's children were born in Preston and Griswold, Conn., but doesn't identify which ones were born in which location. Raymond Sheffield says 27 Jul. No citation. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  13. [S372] Jr. Robert J. Stanton, The Thomas Stanton Society: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Our Cousin, Volume: 2, Issue 9 (n.p.: 31 Jan 2012, unknown publish date).

Sally Morgan1

F, b. 6 November 1782, d. 21 January 1868
     Sally Morgan was born on 6 November 1782.1 She died on 21 January 1868 at New York City at age 85.1
     She lived in 1800 at Killingworth, CT.
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Children of Sally Morgan and George Washington Stanton

Citations

  1. [S130] Ancestry.com, North America, Family Histories, 1500-2000 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Book Title: James Morgan and his Descendants.

Sally Morgan Stanton

F, b. 1804, d. 4 December 1884
     Sally Morgan Stanton was born in 1804. She was the daughter of George Washington Stanton and Sally Morgan. Sally Morgan Stanton was baptized on 30 August 1819 at St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Albany, NY. She died on 4 December 1884 at South Oyster Bay.
     She was (an unknown value.)1
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Citations

  1. [S3612] Unknown author, Sally Morgan /Wilcox/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).