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Samuel Stanley I (1677 - abt. 1747)

Samuel Stanley I
Born in Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticutmap [uncertain]
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Husband of — married 15 Jul 1702 [location unknown]
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Died about at about age 69 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticutmap
Profile last modified | Created 9 May 2015
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Samuel Stanley I was a Connecticuter.

"Third child of Deacon John and Esther (Newell) Stanley, born June 7, 1677, lived on the old homestead of his father in Waterbury, in whom the title remained after his removal back to Farmington. He was a carpenter and millwright; townsman in 1704 and 1705; collector of taxes, school committee etc. His property was sold in July 9, 1714, for forty-five pounds, the deed being signed by both father and son. Soon after this he removed from the town, and subsequently lived in Wallingford, Farmington, and Durham. He married, July 15, 1702, Elizabeth, daughter of Abraham Bronson, of Lyme, and died in 1747. His inventory was £1444. 13. 1. [1] Children: Samuel, b 1703; married Anne Barcey & Lois Abernathy Abraham, b. 17 April 1705; married Prudence Pinney John, b. ?, married Hannah Ives Esther, b. ? Ebenezer, b. 8 March 1713, d. before 1730 (twin of Anna) Anna, b, 8 March 1713, d. ? Elizabeth, b. 8 March 1714; d. 1714 Elizabeth, b. 13 March 1715; d. ? Asa, b. 1717, d. before 1730 Josiah, b. 10 August 1717; married Mary Miles Ruth, b. 19 July 1719 (reference: 2 below page 45.


  1. Warren: Page 44-45.

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