Lieutenant Marshall Stanley served with Pennsylvania Militia during the American Revolution.
Marshall Stanley is a DAR Patriot Ancestor, A108509.
Warren's Stanly families in America described Marshall Stanley:
MARSHALL STANLEY. (1 THOMAS, 2 NATHANIEL, 12 NATHANIEL, 52 NATHANIEL.) Probably second child of Nathaniel and Mary (Marshall) Stanley, of Windsor, Conn., was born about 1730, and married Thamor _. His name is on the records of Windsor, Conn., under date of July 30, 1783, as " late of Windsor, now removed to parts unknown." He is believed to have gone with his family before that year to Mifflin County, Pa., on the Juniata river, where he owned an extensive tract of land. His will is on record in Wayne township of that county, dated November 17, 1796, in which his wife and children are named, and Nathaniel Stanley and Gen. John Bratton are appointed executors. Their children were :
Marshall Stanley was on the payroll of the First Regiment of Connecticut troops in 1761. Records.
Marshall Stanley was born in 1730. Service: PENNSYLVANIA Rank(s): PATRIOTIC SERVICE, LIEUTENANT
Birth: 1730 WINDSOR HARTFORD CO CONNECTICUT
Death: ANTE 11-29-1796 WAYNE TWP MIFFLIN CO PENNSYLVANIA
Service Source: PA ARCH, 3RD SER, VOL 23, P 804; VOL 20, PP 272, 277
Service Description: 1) 8TH BATT, CUMBERLAND CO MILITIA; CAPT SAMUEL HOLLIDAY, COL ALEXANDER BROWN; 1780-1782
2) PAID SUPPLY TAX, 1780 He passed away in 1796.
Warren, Israel P.. The Stanley families of America : as descended from John, Timothy, and Thomas Stanley of Hartford, Ct., 1636. unknown: unknown, 1887. p 298/
Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR Genealogical Research Databases, database online, (http://www.dar.org/ : accessed 17 Apr 2020), "Record of Marshall Stanley", Ancestor # A108509.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Marshall by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
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