• [S1870] Unknown author. In their retirement, Lucien and Emily made their home in Corning, New York, where they built a three-story wooden house of Lucien's design (very much on the plan of army quarters) on the Hayt plot at 210 Delevan Avenue. The house was designed 'to accomoda. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1881] Unknown author. He was sent to Cuba, but the surrender of Santiago having taken place before he could land, his brigade left with General Mile's forces for Puerto Rico.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1882] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1883] Unknown author. He was transferred to the 7th U.S. Artillery with the advent of the Spanish-American War.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1884] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1885] Unknown author. They landed in Puerto Rico where, among a generally friendly population, there were only a few skirmishes. During the night of 12 August, news of a general armistice arrived.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1886] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1887] Unknown author. After his brigade left Puerto Rico, they were stationed here.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1888] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1889] Unknown author. He commanded a detachment of general service recruits.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1890] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1891] Unknown author. He was with a light battery.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1892] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1893] Unknown author. On February 4, 1899, the head of the Philippine native government commenced an insurrection against the U.S. authorities by attacking Manilla. Emilio Aguinaldo had previously been an insurrectionary leader against the Spanish, who had bribed him into exile. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1894] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1895] Unknown author. He had been transferred to the 21st Battery, Field Artillery, and from 3 July to 10 August 1901, he was on detached service and leave. From 11 August 1901 to may 1905, his battery was at Fort Sheridan, Illinois. From May to 30 October 1905 it was at Fort S. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1896] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1897] Unknown author. He was assigned to the 3rd Field Artillery and went on leave from 28 June to 12 Jul 1907. On his return, on 15 July, he took command of the 1st Battalion at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, where he remained until 16 Jul 1910.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1898] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1899] Unknown author. Where he was a student at the Army War College.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1900] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1901] Unknown author. He commanded the 4th Field Artillery Regiment returning to school as a student at the Field Artillery School of Fire, Fort Sill, Oklahoma from 12 Nov to 14 Dec 1912. On 17 Dec he returned to the regiment.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1902] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1903] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1904] Unknown author. On 21 Apr 1914 in response to a perceived slight by the Mexican government, a U.S. naval force seized Veracruz, Mexico. On 6 May, Lucien, now Colonel Berry, commanding the 4th U.S. Artillery Regiment, landed at Veracruz to garrison it. He enjoyed bathing o. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1905] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1906] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1907] Unknown author. Brigadier General John J. Pershing was in command.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1908] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1909] Unknown author. By now the ranking Field Artillery colonel in the Army, from 27 Apr to 5 May 1917 he was enroute to Hawaii and from 6 May to 5 August he was at Schofield Barracks with the 1st Field Artillery. He was on detached service in Honolulu when he returned to the. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1910] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1911] Unknown author. He commanded this camp while he formed and commanded the 60th Field Artillery Brigade of the 35th Division. It was made up of the 128th, 129th, and 130th Field Artillery Regiments, a trench mortar battery and an ammunition train. The regiments were Nationa. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1912] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1913] Unknown author. The formation of the brigade completed, from 14 May to 18 May 1918, Lucien was at Camp Albert L. Mills, New York, awaiting transport. On the 18th the brigade sailed for France. In JJune the brigade was in Angers, France, equipping with guns, horses, and ma. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1914] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1915] Unknown author. Lucien commanded the 60th Field Artillery Brigade. He was returned to the rank of colonel U.S. Army on 125 June 1919.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1916] Unknown author. Lucy /Burgey/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1917] Stan Prentice. Stan Prentice, email 23 Nov 1996, Recipient: Brian Mavrogeorge (mavrogeorge@@genealogysf.com), Author's Addr: stanpren@@reno.quik.com. N.p.: 23 Nov 1996, Location Year, 1996.
  • [S1918] Unknown author. Kate Louise /Morey/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1919] Ancestry.com. Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947. N.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.
  • [S1921] Unknown author. Aged two years. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1922] Unknown author. Y. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1923] Unknown author. Lenora E. /Langworthy/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1925] Unknown author. Esther /Stanton/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1926] Unknown author. The William A. Stanton book indicates his middle initial is 'E.' in the family group listing for his father-in-law Samuel Stanton. But in his own family group his middle name is given as 'Clay'.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1927] Unknown author. Y. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1930] Unknown author. With her parents.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1932] Ancestry.com. New York, Death Index, 1880-1956. N.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.
  • [S1933] William S. Yaus, Recipient_1: Brian Bonner Mavrogeorge. William S. Yaus email, 6 Jul 1999, Subject: Stanton family. N.p.: William_S_Yaus@@lgtllp.com, 6 Jul 1999.
  • [S1936] Unknown author. Unmarried, no issue.. N.p.: n.pub.