1790-1890 Census: "South Carolina, U.S., Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890" Ancestry Record 3572 #28944106 (accessed 13 June 2022) Ezekiel Stanley in Camden District, SC, 1778.
1780 Census: "U.S., Census Reconstructed Records, 1660-1820" Document: Jury Lists, 1778, Acts #1078 [at SC Archives]; Page Number: 10; Family Number: 330 Ancestry Record 2234 #123388 (accessed 13 June 2022) Ezekiel Stanley in Camden District, South Carolina.
"United States Census, 1800," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XHRC-449 : accessed 14 June 2022), Ezekiel Stanley, Spartanburg District, South Carolina, United States; citing p. 169, NARA microfilm publication M32, (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), roll 50; FHL microfilm 181,425.
Will. Indexed Information. This record has not yet been indexed. View the original document. Notes: Original, loose documents in File #100, Estate Papers, 1787-1900, Spartanburg County, housed with the South Carolina State Archives. Microfilm #2455658, images #163-211, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah. See images for more information than what is provided below. Ezekiel Stanley, of the District of Spartan [sic] and State of South Carolina, signed his last will and testament on 17 July 1805, in the presence of Lewis Stanley, George Stanley and Daniel McCoy. He signed his name "Ezkiel Standley." His heirs were wife Rhoda and his children [not named in will] or their heirs. No executor was named, but letters of administration were granted to "Rhoy Stanly" on 19 February 1806. Image #182, 10 February 1809, the widow of Ezekiel Standly, deceased, has lately intermarried with Jacob Gordin and administration of said "widdow" has been revoked, and I am appointed administrator, signed by Charles Hester. Ezekiel's will was accepted into probate on 19 February 1806.
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