Ann Stanley was born on 7 June 1741 in Hanover County, Virginia Colony. She was the daughter of Thomas Stanley and Elizabeth Crew. She passed away before 1820 in Guilford County, North Carolina.
Ann married William Ballard on 11 November 1763 in Hanover County, Virginia Colony. Prior to the marriage, William "received a certificate from New Garden Monthly Meeting, Guilford Co., NC, to marry Ann Stanley and "granted certificate to Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, Hanover Co., Va., to marry."
No death record has been located. Ann appears with her husband, William Ballard, on the 1800 Federal census. 1810 census is unavailable and she does not appear on the 1820 census with William. It is assumed she died before 1820.
In household are 3 males age 16 & over (William, sons William & Nathan), 1 male under 16 (son Thomas), 6 females (Ann and 5 daughters: Susanna, Elizabeth, Sarah, Ann, & Mary).
Census: 1800 Federal
Date: 4 August 1800
Place: Salisbury, Guilford County, North Carolina
In household are William, age 45 & over, wife Ann, age 45 & over; 1 male age 16-25; 1 female under 10; 1 female 16-25; 1 female 16-25.
↑ Source: #SHinshaw Name: Anne Stanley Birth Date on Image: 07 Fourth 1741 Translated Birth Date: 7 Jun 1741
Birth Place: Virginia Monthly Meeting: Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, Vol VI, p 268
↑ Source: #SHinshaw 11 Nov 1763. William, son of William, Roan Co., N. C.; married in Friends Meeting House, Hanover Co., Ann Stanley, daughter of Thomas, Hanover Co., Cedar Creek Monthly Meeting, Vol VI, p 227
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Ann by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Ann: