Bridget Hallock

F, b. 23 November 1809, d. 17 May 1884
     Bridget Hallock was born on 23 November 1809.1 She was the daughter of Rachel Stanton. Bridget Hallock died on 17 May 1884 at age 74.2
     She was (an unknown value.)3 Bridget Hallock was also known as Bridget Stone.
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Citations

  1. [S1111] Bonnie L. Fairbank, Rachel Stanton, Recipient: Brian Mavrogeorge, Address: mavrogeorge@@genealogysf.com, Author E-mail: bfairbank@@cathcem.org (n.p.: 15 August 2001, unknown publish date).
  2. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).
  3. [S2036] Unknown author, Bridget /Stone/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Reumah Hallock

F, b. 29 January 1813
     Reumah Hallock was born on 29 January 1813.1 She was the daughter of Rachel Stanton.
     Reumah Hallock was (an unknown value.)2 Reumah Hallock was also known as Reumah Smith. She lived in 1888.
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Citations

  1. [S1111] Bonnie L. Fairbank, Rachel Stanton, Recipient: Brian Mavrogeorge, Address: mavrogeorge@@genealogysf.com, Author E-mail: bfairbank@@cathcem.org (n.p.: 15 August 2001, unknown publish date).
  2. [S2037] Unknown author, Reumah /Smith/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Phebe Ann Hallock

F, b. 15 December 1816
     Phebe Ann Hallock was born on 15 December 1816.1 She was the daughter of Rachel Stanton.
     Phebe Ann Hallock was (an unknown value.)2 Phebe Ann Hallock was also known as Phebe Ann Hanna.
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Citations

  1. [S1111] Bonnie L. Fairbank, Rachel Stanton, Recipient: Brian Mavrogeorge, Address: mavrogeorge@@genealogysf.com, Author E-mail: bfairbank@@cathcem.org (n.p.: 15 August 2001, unknown publish date).
  2. [S2038] Unknown author, Phebe Ann /Hanna/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Abiather Whitmarsh1

M, b. 1769, d. 2 November 1843
     Abiather Whitmarsh was born in 1769.1 He died on 2 November 1843.1 He was buried at Barre Center, Orleans County, New York, United States of America.1
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Child of Abiather Whitmarsh and Margaret Stanton

Citations

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

Lydia Whitmarsh1,2,3

F, b. 22 July 1791, d. 28 October 1865
     Lydia Whitmarsh was born on 22 July 1791 at Albany, Albany County, New York, United States of America.4,1,2,3 She was the daughter of Abiather Whitmarsh and Margaret Stanton. Lydia Whitmarsh died on 28 October 1865 at Barre, Orleans County, New York, United States of America, at age 74.1 She was buried at Barre Center, Orleans County, New York, United States of America.1
     She was (an unknown value.)5 She lived in 1855 at Barre, Orleans, New York, USA; Relation to Head: Wife.3 She lived in 1865 at Barre, Orleans, New York, USA; Relation to Head of House: Wife.2
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Children of Lydia Whitmarsh and Clark H Greene

Citations

  1. [S657] Ancestry.com, U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  2. [S1148] Ancestry.com, New York, State Census, 1865 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  3. [S414] Ancestry.com, New York, State Census, 1855 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  4. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).
  5. [S2040] Unknown author, Lydia /Green/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Sophronia Winston

F, b. 23 January 1803, d. 1848
     Sophronia Winston was born on 23 January 1803 at Westerlo, Albany, NY.1 She was the daughter of Judith Stanton. Sophronia Winston died in 1848.1
     She was (an unknown value.)2 Sophronia Winston was also known as Sophronia Ruton.
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Children of Sophronia Winston

Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).
  2. [S2041] Unknown author, Sophronia /Ruton/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Margaret Winston

F, b. 26 June 1804, d. 6 April 1885
     Margaret Winston was born on 26 June 1804 at Westerlo, Albany, NY.1 She was the daughter of Judith Stanton. Margaret Winston died on 6 April 1885 at Palmyra, NY, at age 80.1
     She was (an unknown value.)2 Margaret Winston was also known as Margaret Bentley.
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Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).
  2. [S2042] Unknown author, Margaret /Bentley/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Lapham V. Winston

M, b. 12 April 1802, d. circa 1850
     Lapham V. Winston was born on 12 April 1802 at Westerlo, Albany, NY.1 He was the son of Judith Stanton. Lapham V. Winston died circa 1850 at Westerlo, Albany Co., Ny.1
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Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).

George Winston

M, b. 17 November 1807
     George Winston was born on 17 November 1807 at Westerlo, Albany Co., Ny. He was the son of Judith Stanton.
     George Winston He was a Baptist. He lived in 1891.
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Children of George Winston

Daniel Stanton

M, b. 6 September 1806, d. circa 1809
     Daniel Stanton was born on 6 September 1806. He was the son of David Stanton. Daniel Stanton died circa 1809.1
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Citations

  1. [S2043] Unknown author, Three years old. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Orpha Stanton

F, b. 24 August 1808, d. 29 September 1897
     Orpha Stanton was born on 24 August 1808.1 She was the daughter of David Stanton. Orpha Stanton died on 29 September 1897 at age 89.1
     She was (an unknown value.)2 Orpha Stanton was also known as Orpha Root. She lived in 1891 at P.O., W. Meridan, Conn..3
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Children of Orpha Stanton

Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).
  2. [S2044] Unknown author, Orpha /Root/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  3. [S1304] Unknown author, PO (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Eveline Stanton

F, b. 10 May 1810, d. April 1871
     Eveline Stanton was born on 10 May 1810.1 She was the daughter of David Stanton. Eveline Stanton died in April 1871 at age 60.1
     She was (an unknown value.)2
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Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).
  2. [S2045] Unknown author, Eveline /Laupaugh/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Polly Stanton1,2

F, b. 10 June 1812, d. July 1870
     Polly Stanton was born on 10 June 1812 at Awany Co., New York.3,1,2 She was the daughter of David Stanton. Polly Stanton died in July 1870 at age 58.3
     She lived in 1850 at Greenville, Greene, New York, USA.1
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Children of Polly Stanton

Citations

  1. [S124] Ancestry.com, 1850 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Year: 1850; Census Place: Greenville, Greene, New York; Roll: M432_510; Page: 198A; Image: 9.
  2. [S2046] Ancestry.com, Tennessee, City Death Records, 1872-1923 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Tennessee State Library and Archives; Nashville, Tennessee; Tennessee Death Records, 1908-1959; Roll #: M-11.
  3. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).

Gilbert Stanton

M, b. 18 November 1814, d. 2 October 1853
     Gilbert Stanton was born on 18 November 1814.1 He was the son of David Stanton. Gilbert Stanton died on 2 October 1853 at Clarkson, NY, at age 38.1
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Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).

Benjamin Stanton

M, b. 7 August 1816, d. 5 October 1900
     Benjamin Stanton was born on 7 August 1816 at Westerlo, Albany, NY.1 He was the son of David Stanton. Benjamin Stanton died on 5 October 1900 at Randall, Kenosha Co, WI, at age 84.2,3
     He He 'remained under the parental roof until fourteen years of age, and at that eaarly period in his life started out in the world for himself. He began learning the blacksmith's trade, but on account of his father's illness was obliged to return home, where he remained until he had retained his majority, devoting his energies to farming. As his parents were in limited circumstances, his educational advatages were necessarily meagre, and he was compelled to work to assist in the maintenance of the family. When he had reached his majority he began working by the month, and was thus employed for a period of six years.'

In 1840 he went to Wisconsin. 'For the two succeeding years he was in he employ of Gen. Bullen of FoxRiver, after which he engaged with Hon. J. I. Case, running the first threshing machine ever brought to Wisconsin. He had full charge of the business and received in compensation for his services, one-half of the profits. He bought the first horse ever brought ot Kenosha, paying $50 for a team, after which he purchased a wagon, hauling stone for the pier in order to pay for it. When he had acquired a sufficient sum he made purchase of land in 1844, and to farming devoted his energies until 1850, when, attracted by the discovery of gold in California, he went to the Pacific Slope, where he spent two ears, making in that time about $1,700. He returned to the East in 1852 with a well-deserved profit and a fund of experience and interesting anecdotes concerning his trip. He had been sick while in the West, and had paid his doctor $16 for every visit. In his subvsequent career as a farmer he has met with some reverses, but success has mainly crowned his efforts, and he has now a confortable competence whic enables him to spend his declining years in retirement, enjoying the fruits of a well-spent life. He owns a fine farm of two hundred and sixty-five acres, which pays to him a golden tribute. In politics lie is a Democraty and has held the office of Treasruer and served in other public postions. Mr. Stanton has resided in this county for half a century and is numbered among it honored pioneers. He has ever manifested a commendable interest in all that pertains to he welfare of hecommunity and its upbuilding and has ever borne his share in promoting its growth and adancement.' He lived in 1891 at Bassett's Station, Kenosha, WI.
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Children of Benjamin Stanton

Citations

  1. [S1114] Unknown author, Portrait and Biographical Album of Racine and Kenosha Counties, Wisconsin (n.p.: Lake City Publishing Co., Chicago, IL, 1892, unknown publish date).
  2. [S2047] Constance Stanton, Stanton Reunion Reminder - Benjamin Stanton Profile, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: stanton.constance@@gmail.com (n.p.: 19 Aug 2012, unknown publish date).
  3. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).

Elias Stanton

M, b. 27 June 1818, d. 3 March 1850
     Elias Stanton was born on 27 June 1818.1 He was the son of David Stanton. Elias Stanton died on 3 March 1850 at Minnesota at age 31.1
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Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).

Dewitt Stanton

M, b. 18 December 1819, d. 1 October 1854
     Dewitt Stanton was born on 18 December 1819.1 He was the son of David Stanton. Dewitt Stanton died on 1 October 1854 at age 34.1,2
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Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).
  2. [S803] Unknown author, Unmarried. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Esther P. Stanton

F, b. 16 November 1821
     Esther P. Stanton was born on 16 November 1821 at Westerlo, Albany, NY.1 She was the daughter of David Stanton.
     Esther P. Stanton was (an unknown value.)2 She lived in 1891 at San Jose, Calif..
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Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).
  2. [S2048] Unknown author, Esther P. /Marshall/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Reuben D. Stanton

M, b. 30 October 1823, d. 11 December 1885
     Reuben D. Stanton was born on 30 October 1823.1 He was the son of David Stanton. Reuben D. Stanton died on 11 December 1885 at Albany, NY, at age 62.1
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Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).

Eliza Stanton

F, b. 5 August 1825, d. 25 September 1904
     Eliza Stanton was born on 5 August 1825 at Westerlo, Albany, NY.1 She was the daughter of David Stanton. Eliza Stanton died on 25 September 1904 at age 79.1
     She was (an unknown value.)2 Eliza Stanton was also known as Eliza Hannay. She lived in 1891 at on a farm near, Dormansville, NY.
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Child of Eliza Stanton

Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).
  2. [S2049] Unknown author, Eliza /Hannay/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Andrew Stanton

M, b. 25 December 1826, d. 28 March 1877
     Andrew Stanton was born on 25 December 1826 at Westerlo, NY.1,2 He was the son of David Stanton. Andrew Stanton died on 28 March 1877 at South Westerlo, NY, at age 50.
     He He was a farmer and a Republican.
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Children of Andrew Stanton

Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).
  2. [S2050] Unknown author, The Stanton book indicates 1827 and in my copy, a 6 has been inked over the 7 by an unknown person. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Lucy Stanton

F, b. 8 July 1828, d. 29 March 1852
     Lucy Stanton was born on 8 July 1828 at Albany, NY.1 She was the daughter of David Stanton. Lucy Stanton died on 29 March 1852 at Albany, NY, at age 23.1
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Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).

Catherine Stanton

F, b. 3 March 1830
     Catherine Stanton was born on 3 March 1830 at Westerlo, Albany, NY.1 She was the daughter of David Stanton.
     Catherine Stanton was (an unknown value.)2
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Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).
  2. [S2051] Unknown author, Catherine /Udell/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Phebe Stanton

F, b. 4 August 1833
     Phebe Stanton was born on 4 August 1833 at Albany, NY.1 She was the daughter of David Stanton.
     Phebe Stanton was (an unknown value.)2 Phebe Stanton was also known as Pheobe Stanton.3
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Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).
  2. [S2052] Unknown author, Phebe /Marshall/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  3. [S1114] Unknown author, Portrait and Biographical Album of Racine and Kenosha Counties, Wisconsin (n.p.: Lake City Publishing Co., Chicago, IL, 1892, unknown publish date).

Angela Stanton

F, b. 19 January 1837, d. June 1891
     Angela Stanton was born on 19 January 1837.1 She was the daughter of David Stanton. Angela Stanton died in June 1891 at Dormansville, NY, at age 54.1
     Angela Stanton was also known as Angelica Stanton.2
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Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).
  2. [S1114] Unknown author, Portrait and Biographical Album of Racine and Kenosha Counties, Wisconsin (n.p.: Lake City Publishing Co., Chicago, IL, 1892, unknown publish date).

Cephas Stanton1,2,3,4,5,6

M, b. 17 March 1805, d. 4 June 1890
     Cephas Stanton was born on 17 March 1805 at Westerlo, Albany, NY.1,2,3,4,5,6,7 He was the son of David Stanton. Cephas Stanton died on 4 June 1890 at Greene, Chenango County, New York, USA, at age 85.4,8 He was buried at Upper Page Brook Cem, Greene, Chenango, NY.4,7
     He Cephas was a Baptist, a farmer and a Republican. He lived in 1850 at Greene, Chenango, New York.1 He lived in 1855 at Greene, Chenango, New York, USA.3,9 He lived in 1860 at Greene, Chenango, New York, United States.6 He lived in 1870 at Greene, Chenango, New York, United States.5 He lived in 1880 at Greene, Chenango, New York, USA.2,10 He lived in 1890 at North Fenton, NY.
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Children of Cephas Stanton

Citations

  1. [S114] Ancestry.com, 1850 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Year: 1850; Census Place: Greene, Chenango, New York; Roll: M432_488; Page: 324B; Image: 125.
  2. [S117] 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: Greene, Chenango, New York; Roll: 818; Family History Film: 1254818; Page: 98B; Enumeration District: 095; Image: 0199.
  3. [S121] Ancestry.com, New York, State Census, 1855 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  4. [S37] Ancestry.com, U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  5. [S116] Ancestry.com, 1870 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Year: 1870; Census Place: Greene, Chenango, New York; Roll: M593_916; Page: 130B; Image: 268; Family History Library Film: 552415.
  6. [S115] Ancestry.com, 1860 United States Federal Census (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date), Year: 1860; Census Place: Greene, Chenango, New York; Roll: M653_734; Page: 443; Image: 344; Family History Library Film: 803734.
  7. [S2053] David Alan Stanton, David Alan Stanton, 298 Chestnut Road, McDonough, NY 13801-2703 as submitted in GEDCOM file C:TMGWGEDCOMSGEDEXPT.GED and imported on 11/17/2001 at 20:07:12. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  8. [S1114] Unknown author, Portrait and Biographical Album of Racine and Kenosha Counties, Wisconsin (n.p.: Lake City Publishing Co., Chicago, IL, 1892, unknown publish date).
  9. [S2054] Unknown author, Relation to Head of House: Head (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  10. [S2055] Unknown author, Marital Status: MarriedRelation to Head of House: Self (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Catharine Stanton

F, d. 22 July 1862
     Catharine Stanton was the daughter of Reuben Stanton. Catharine Stanton died on 22 July 1862.1
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Citations

  1. [S803] Unknown author, Unmarried. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Egbert Stanton

M, b. 19 January 1810, d. 8 December 1880
     Egbert Stanton was born on 19 January 1810 at Westerlo, NY. He was the son of Reuben Stanton. Egbert Stanton died on 8 December 1880 at age 70.
     He lived in 1880 at Coeymans, NY.
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Caroline Stanton

F, d. 8 August 1874
     Caroline Stanton was the daughter of Reuben Stanton. Caroline Stanton died on 8 August 1874.1
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Citations

  1. [S803] Unknown author, Unmarried. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Reuben W. Stanton

M, b. 8 July 1818, d. 29 August 1876
     Reuben W. Stanton was born on 8 July 1818 at Westerlo, NY. He was the son of Reuben Stanton. Reuben W. Stanton died on 29 August 1876 at Westerlo, NY, at age 58.
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Lavolette Stanton

F, d. 3 September 1864
     Lavolette Stanton was the daughter of Reuben Stanton. Lavolette Stanton died on 3 September 1864.1
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Citations

  1. [S803] Unknown author, Unmarried. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Luman Stanton

M, b. 24 December 1816
     Luman Stanton was born on 24 December 1816 at Westerlo, NY. He was the son of Reuben Stanton.
     Luman Stanton He was a farmer but later in life lived with his daughter Carrie. He lived in 1891 at 1024 Madison Ave, Albany, NY.
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Children of Luman Stanton

Lucretia Clark

F, d. 21 December 1873
     Lucretia Clark was the daughter of Sarah Stanton. Lucretia Clark died on 21 December 1873.
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Daniel Clark

M, b. 21 April 1812, d. 29 May 1812
     Daniel Clark was born on 21 April 1812. He was the son of Sarah Stanton. Daniel Clark died on 29 May 1812.
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Daniel Clark

M, b. 29 May 1813, d. 15 April 1827
     Daniel Clark was born on 29 May 1813. He was the son of Sarah Stanton. Daniel Clark died on 15 April 1827 at age 13.
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Judith Clark

F, d. 15 May 1850
     Judith Clark was the daughter of Sarah Stanton. Judith Clark died on 15 May 1850.
     She was (an unknown value.)1 Judith Clark was also known as Judith Brinck.
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Citations

  1. [S2056] Unknown author, Judith /Brinck/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Prudence E. Clark

F, b. 1 February 1817, d. 4 February 1885
     Prudence E. Clark was born on 1 February 1817 at Schoharie co., NY. She was the daughter of Sarah Stanton. Prudence E. Clark died on 4 February 1885 at age 68.
     She was (an unknown value.)1 Prudence E. Clark was also known as Prudence E. Scranton.
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Children of Prudence E. Clark

Citations

  1. [S2057] Unknown author, Prudence E. /Scranton/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Jane Clark

F, d. 25 February 1819
     Jane Clark was the daughter of Sarah Stanton. Jane Clark died on 25 February 1819.
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William S. Clark

M, d. 9 September 1888
     William S. Clark was born. He was the son of Sarah Stanton. William S. Clark died on 9 September 1888.
     He From Albany Argus, Monday, Sept 10, 1888.
A special despatch to The Argus from Sloansville states that Hon. William S. Clark died there at his home yesterday morning.
William S. Clark was born in Carlisle in 1826. In 1858 he was graduated from the Albany Law School, and then entered upon the practice of law. In 1850 he was elected superintendent of schools for the town of Carlisle, a position which he held with great credit for ten years. When the rebellion broke out he at once took the Union side, which he supported with great ardor, and during the war he addressed many recruiting meetings in Schoharie, Montgomery and Otsego counties. Not only in this way, but by the expenditure of no little time and money he upheld the cause of the government, never losing his enthusiasm even at the most discouraging times.
From 1862 to 1864 he was excise commissioner. On December 18, 1866, his distinguished abilities and his patriotism received the further recognition that they deserved by his election as a Democrat, to the Assembly of the State of New York. He was chosen without opposition at a special election to fill the place made vacant by the death of Daniel Shaver. In that term he served with honor on the committees on privileges and elections, erection anddivision of towns and counties and canal management. So satisfactory to his constituents was his service that, in 1867, he was re-elected to be his own successor.
During his whole career Mr. Clark has held the respect of men of both political parties, and his death removes one of Schoharie's best known and most high-minded citizens.

From Schoharie Republican, Thursday, Sept. 13, 1888.
On a bright Sunday morning, September 9, 1888, the Hon. William S. Clark of Sloansville, in this county, passed peacefully from the present to future life. His often-expressed wish was that when the time of his departure should come he might pass away without lingering disease or trouble and care of friends, and, as was hiswish, so he died. As appeared, he was attackedwithy apoplexy and died without a struggle; no displacement of the bed covering in which he lay, no distortion of features indicated other than an instantaneous and painless death.
The career of our deceased friend has been extremely varied, industrious and useful; the sick and afflicted of his neighborhood have lost an ever capable and willing friend, and the community one of its most active and valued citizens.
He was born August 19, 1826, in the town of Carlisle in this county, being the fifth of nine children. His parents moved into this county from Coeymans, N.Y., in 1813, to subdue and cultivate a farm but lately a wilderness.
At an early age the deceased developed a robust and healthy constitution, coupled with a mind of remarkable intellectual activity. At the age of thirteen years he was a student in the Schoharie Academy, and at fourteen he was a teacher. Later he attended this and other academic institutions of learning, but finally resumed a teacher's position for about ten years. In 1850 he was elected town superintendent of schools, but studiously devoting every spare hour to the study of the law, and finally graduated from the Albany Law School in the spring of 1858. He then came to Sloansville where he opened a law office and gradually filled it with one of the finest law libraries in the county, to which he added a miscellaneous library numbering many hundred volumes of choice works by the best authors, with the contents of which he exhibited great familiarity. In 1862 he was appointed commissioner of excise, and filled that office three years. In 1867 he was elected Member of Assembly, and was re-eelcted the following year. During this incumbency Mr. Clark fought bravely in behalf of the Albany and Susquehanna railroad bill, that gave his consituents a boon for which they were very grateful. As a Member of Assembly he filled positions on many veryimportant committees, and was a member of the select committee to investigate the actions of canal officers, and made a manager in the long investigation which followed. In his own county he has long filled the office of the clerk of the courts, and in the political field he has for many years been called to fill postions as chairman, secretary and delegate. For ten years he has been a member of the Democratic county committee, and was its secretary at the time of his death.
Mr. Clark was a scholarly, accurate, eloquent and agreeable orator; but to enumerate the occasions of his addressing his fellow-citizens in this and other counties would enlarge this tribute too much. Almost his last public duty was to attend the great gathering of the American Educationsl Association in July last at San Francisco, Cal. His letters written en route and from that city, published in The Republican, were widely read and appreciated.
To sum up all the good qualities of our departed friend, none will shie brighter than his tender and sympathetic care of the sick and afflicted within the circuit of his acquaintance. No persons or families were too poor or too bscure for him to permit the to suffer without his best efforts being exercised for their relief, and nearly every family of that vicinity have been under obligations to him for his timely, efficient and untiring assistance to them in days of suffering and grief.
Now he sleeps. May he rest in peace.

In the same issue a correspondent at Central Bridge writes: The Hon. Wm. S. Clark is dead! Sunday morning the Old Time Scythe came in his strength and took from among us Wm. S. Clark, a citizen of long standing in Sloansville. There is much good to be said of the eloquent and distinguished man that now lies silent in death. As a neighbor we cannot mention his equal. The little quiet town of Sloansville will miss him most, for in the past thirty years it has been his home. Born in the town of Carlisle, near Grosvenor's Corners, in the year 1826, and when quite young moved to Sloansville where he resided up to the time of his death. But not only will they miss him there, but the whole of Schoharie and Montgomery counties, where he was well known in a legal way. He was a lawyer by profession, always interested in the courts of the county, and an able speaker on the political issues of the day. We have many times heard it remarked that Wm. S. Clark could settle the little difficulties that naturally arose in his place of residence. We can but say he was kind-hearted, benvolent, generous to a fault. He leaves a brother, Benjamin F., in the mercantile business at Sloansville, and a sister living at Rensselaerville; but they will not weep alone - there will be weeping by many. Upon the street, in all our quiet rooms how oft it will b repeated, William S. Clark is dead!
God in His goodness has taken a dear friend and brother from us; we shall miss him. Tears bedew our eyes. He has gone to that 'undiscovered country from whose bourne no traveler returns.' We draw the curtain.

From The Wide-Awake Courier, Canajoharie, N.Y., Sept. 18, 1888.
Saturday night Wm. S. Clark said 'Good night' to the members of his family, and 'drew the drapery of his couch about h im, and lay down to pleasant dreams.' Sunday morning, September 9, his sleep deepened into eternal rest, and his freed spirit will bid 'Good morning' to kindred and friends in a brighter clime. Among the tributes in the county papers, one friend has said: 'As a neighbor we cannot name his equal,' and another: 'He was a regular attendant upon Sabbath services and was his aged mother's staff each morning,' and another: 'His reverence for his mother, love for his sisters, and affection for his brother were living examples which it would be well for all to emulate,' and still another closes with these words - words that all in Sloansville know to be true: 'No person or families were too poor or too obscure for him to permit them to suffer without his best efforts being exerted for their relieft, and nearly every family of that vicinity has had his timely, efficient and untiring assistance in their days of suffering and grief.' Turly, 'He was a man, take him for all in all, we shall not look upon his like again.' His heart was tender as that of woman, and when he had cared for the sick and dead, his pen was every ready with tributes of sympathy and words of consolation. These are the closing words of one of his later tributes:
'Ah, the tears are love's offering and tribute. Check them not, they are sorrow's antidote. There is a better land, knowing which, shall we not say: Wife, daughter, sister, rest; thine the waiting, ours the toiling: thine the peace, ours the struggle, till we too shall behold the Everlasting day.' On Tuesday, September 11, under a birght sky and a genial atmosphere, friends came from far and near for their last farewell to William S. 'Farewell, a word that must be, and had been - a sound which makes us linger; yet, farewell.'

From The Examiner, New York, Thursday, Sept. 20, 1888.
CLARK - Died at Sloansville, N.Y., Sept. 9th, Hon. William S. Clark, aged 62 years.
Converted while a student a Hamilton; graduated form the Albany Law School in 1858; left with the care of his mother and three sisters, he devoutedly fulfilled the trust. Strong in friendship, public in spirit, self-sacrificing and helpful to all, he studied the things which make for peace and the good of a people; loyal to his country in her darkest days of strife, sympathyzing with te afflicted, inistering often to the sick, caring for the dead, a regular attendant, and more than liberal contributor to the Baptist chuch, his decease drew to the funeral solemnities a great concourse, including some of the most distinguished men of the county; a judge, an ex-senator, an ex-member of Congress, members ot the bar, and seven clergymen. A sister and a brother along survive him who has entered into rest. - Rev. A. Waterberry.
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Julia A. Clark

F
     Julia A. Clark was the daughter of Sarah Stanton. Julia A. Clark died; Y.1
     She was (an unknown value.)2 Julia A. Clark was also known as Julia A. Sweatman.
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Citations

  1. [S2060] Unknown author, Y (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  2. [S2059] Unknown author, Julia A. /Sweatman/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Erastus H. Stanton

M, b. 13 November 1816, d. 7 May 1886
     Erastus H. Stanton was born on 13 November 1816 at Durham, Greene, NY.1 He was the son of James R. Stanton. Erastus H. Stanton died on 7 May 1886 at age 69.1 He was buried at Oakhill Cemetery, Ionia, MI.1
     He From the William Stanton book: 'His mother was a daughter of Henry Niles, a descendant from a Scotch family belonging to the sect of Quakers or Friends. They were persecuted for their opinions under the reign of Charles II, and fled to a new continent that they might enjoy the freedom of opinion denied at home. Mr. Stanton was educated in the common schools and academy of his native town. An early-developed taste for reading was gratified by access to a circulating library. At the age of sixteen he was placed at his own request with a mercantile firm at Rensselaerville, Albany county, where he acquired knowledge of the business. He began business for himself in 1837 at Greenville, Greene county, where he remained twelve years. Here he was married September 2, 1840 to Miss Mary Sanford, who survives him (1891). Owing to the ill health of Mrs. Stanton he removed to Illinois, purchasing a farm near Rockton, only a mile from the Wisconsin line. He remained there engaged in farming, banking, and mercantile pursuits until 1867, when he came to Ionia, and again embarked in mercantile pursuits, in which re remained until he began lumbering operations at Sheridan. This business occupied his time and personal attention until within the past three or four years, when he gave up the cares of active business life.'

'In 1838 Gov. Marcy of New York commissioned Mr. Stanton quartermaster of the 37th Brigade of State troops, a position he held for four years. In 1861, being then in Illinois, Gen. Yates, afterward Governor of the State, appointed him as his military aide, ion which capacity he visited the several Illinois regiments in the Department or North Missouri, his duty being to see that the troops were properly equipped with arms, clothing, etc. During his residence in NY and Illinois he was several times elected supervisor and held other positions. Always a public-spirited and enterprising citizen, the people of Ionia were not slow to recognize his character. In 1872, when the Ionia and Stanton Railroad project was inaugurated, Mr. Stanton was elected a director and the first secretary and treasurer of the company, which positions he filled until the road was consolidated with the Detroit, Lansing, and Lake Michigan Company. He took a likely interest in the completion of the road, taking upon himself many arduous duties, and as an officer of the company, he proved himself a capable and energetic official.'

'In politics Mr. Stanton was a staunch Republican, severing his political ties with the Democratic party as early as 1856. In 1879 he was elected Mayor of Ionia, his competitor being James M. Kidd, and the following year he ran against A. F. Bell and was re-elected. In 1880 he was elected to represent the then Twenty-fourth District in the State Senate, in which body he was a leading, influential member. In 1882 he declined to be a candidate for renomination. He was the soul of political honor himself, as he was an exemplar of business integrity. He never failed to carry out his own pledges, or held out false hopes to his friends. But he was perhaps of too confiding a nature, and placed too much stress upon talk, judging others by his own high standard or morals. He was often spoken of as an available candidate for other and higher positions, and there was no man in Ionia county, to say the least, who had a warmer personal following, based on genuine good will and respect for his high qualities of manhood. But he was modest and retiring in his disposition and lacked the ability, not to say the disposition, to push himself to the front.'

'As a neighbor he was kind and considerate to others; as a citizen upright and just; as a business man honest and honorable; in all his dealing; as a legislator incorruptible and fearless; as a friend ever true. He was childlike in his faith; his implicit confidence in others, and it shocked him to find that all men were not as simple, as direct and ingenuous as he was himself. He had many friends who were knit to him by bonds of steel.'

'The funeral of Mr. Stanton was held in St. John's Church at 4 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon. The services were conducted by Bishop Gillespie, assisted by Rev. Mr. Nock, pastor of the church. The impressive burial service of the Episcopal church was read, but there was no sermon. The pallbearers were H. Rich, L. B. Townsend, Geo W. Webber, A. J. Webber, J. L. Taylor and W. C. Page. A large concourse of citizens accompanied the remains to Oak Hill Cemetery where Bishop Gillespie also officiated. Mayor Doyle and the council was well as the other city officers attended in a body.'

'IN RESPECT TO THE DEAD'

'At a special meeting of the council on Saturday evening the following resolutions were proposed and adopted:
Resolved, that in the death of Hon. Erastus H. Stanton, the nation has lost one of its truest statesmen, the State one of its best citizens, the city has repeatedly honored one of its wisest and most faithful officials, his bereaved family a loving husband and affectionate father. Resolved, that we tender to the bereaved wife and relatives the sympathy which those alone can truly feel who have learned to love him well, and beg of them to accept with us consolation which springs from the belief that the true and good can never die. Resolved, that the city building be appropriately draped in mourning for the period of ten days, that the city flags be placed at half-mast until after the funeral, and that the Common Council attend the obsequies. Resolved, that as a tribute tot he memory of our distinguished citizen, we especially request and respectfully recommend that secular work or business in the city be suspended during the hours of his funeral. Resolved that an engrossed copy of these resolutions be, by the City Clerk, furnished to the widow and family of the deceased.'

'The Mayor appointed Alderman Bailey and Bedford a special committee to offer assistance at the funeral.'

'At a special meeting of the Vestry of St. John's Church held on Monday, the following resolutions were passed on the death of Hon. E. H. Stanton: Whereas it has pleased Almighty God to take from our number the Hon. Erastus H. Stanton, therefore be it resolved by the vestry of St. John's Church, Ionia, at a special meeting thereof, that during the long term of years in which MR. Stanton has served upon the vestry of said parish, he has been foremost in its deliberations and doings, and that by his death the vestry loses a wise and efficient member, the church a zealous and liberal supported, the community a leading, public-spirited and exemplary citizen, and the family a devoted, prudent and honored head. That in all our relations with the deceased, his sterling integrity, cool wisdom and pure life have won our highest admiration and confidence, and that in testimony of our profound regret for his loss to this body, to his family and the community, these resolutions be spread upon the records of the vestry and a copy thereof delivered to the bereaved family. E., Gaine Nock, Rector, E. T. Montgomery, John Young, A. K. Brittain, James Vosper, W. H. Maxwell, and George P. Utley.'
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Children of Erastus H. Stanton

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).

Reuben H. Stanton

M, b. 25 January 1818, d. 23 August 1889
     Reuben H. Stanton was born on 25 January 1818 at Durham, NY. He was the son of James R. Stanton. Reuben H. Stanton died on 23 August 1889 at Ionia, MI, at age 71.1
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Children of Reuben H. Stanton

Citations

  1. [S2062] Unknown author, of typhoid fever (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

William Luther Stanton

M, b. 22 November 1820, d. 5 March 1848
     William Luther Stanton was born on 22 November 1820. He was the son of James R. Stanton. William Luther Stanton died on 5 March 1848 at Durham, Greene, NY, at age 27.1
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Citations

  1. [S2063] Unknown author, . The Stanton book quotes an unidentified source 'Died on Sabbath evening in the 28th year of his age. Having imparied his health in the prosecution of his studies, in the fall of 1846 he visited Europe with the fond hope of gaining health and strength suf (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

George W. Stanton

M, b. 23 October 1824
     George W. Stanton was born on 23 October 1824 at Durham, NY. He was the son of James R. Stanton.
     George W. Stanton lived in 1891 at Sheridan, MI.
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Children of George W. Stanton

Rufus D. Stanton

M, b. 12 December 1826, d. 2 February 1858
     Rufus D. Stanton was born on 12 December 1826. He was the son of James R. Stanton. Rufus D. Stanton died on 2 February 1858 at age 31.
     He He was a lawyer and practiced in Belvidere, IL from 1856 until his last illness. He was a Mason and an Odd Fellow.
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Mary Janet Stanton

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     Mary Janet Stanton was the daughter of Benjamin Stanton. Mary Janet Stanton died; Y.1,2
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Citations

  1. [S803] Unknown author, Unmarried. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  2. [S2064] Unknown author, Y (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Leonard R. Stanton

M, b. 1822, d. 1891
     Leonard R. Stanton was born in 1822 at Greene Co., NY.1,2 He was the son of Benjamin Stanton. Leonard R. Stanton died in 1891.3
     He appeared on the census of 1855 at Westerloo, NY.4,5
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Citations

  1. [S1116] Recipient_1: Brian Bonner Mavrogeorge JamesD. Rubins, James Rubins email, 30 Dec 1996, Subject: Stanton and Garrett connections in Albany and Greene Co. NY (n.p.: jmrubins@@napanet.net, 30 Dec 1996, unknown publish date), Citing burial in the Stanton cemetery, Westerloo, Albany, NY and the 1855 NY census.
  2. [S2065] Unknown author, The Stanton book indicates he was born in Westerlo, NY. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  3. [S1116] Recipient_1: Brian Bonner Mavrogeorge JamesD. Rubins, James Rubins email, 30 Dec 1996, Subject: Stanton and Garrett connections in Albany and Greene Co. NY (n.p.: jmrubins@@napanet.net, 30 Dec 1996, unknown publish date), Citing burial in the Stanton cemetery, Westerloo, Albany, NY.
  4. [S1116] Recipient_1: Brian Bonner Mavrogeorge JamesD. Rubins, James Rubins email, 30 Dec 1996, Subject: Stanton and Garrett connections in Albany and Greene Co. NY (n.p.: jmrubins@@napanet.net, 30 Dec 1996, unknown publish date).
  5. [S2066] Unknown author, Leonard is listed as a farmer. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Dighton Stanton

M, b. 12 December 1820, d. 4 November 1871
     Dighton Stanton was born on 12 December 1820 at at or near, Coeymans, NY.1 He was the son of Joseph R. Stanton. Dighton Stanton died on 4 November 1871 at age 50.1
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Citations

  1. [S915] Constance Ann Stanton, Journal Report for Joseph Stanton and Abigail Freeman, Recipient: Brian Bonner, Address: brian@@brianbonner.net, Author E-mail: to be identified (n.p.: 2 August, 2012, unknown publish date).

Leuthel Stanton

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     Leuthel Stanton was the son of Joseph R. Stanton. Leuthel Stanton died; Y.1,2
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Citations

  1. [S2068] Unknown author, In childhood. (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  2. [S2069] Unknown author, Y (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).

Maryette Stanton

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     Maryette Stanton was the daughter of Joseph R. Stanton. Maryette Stanton died; Y.1
     She was (an unknown value.)2
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Citations

  1. [S2071] Unknown author, Y (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).
  2. [S2070] Unknown author, Maryette /Slade/ Type: Event (n.p.: n.pub., unknown publish date).