Below info needs verification. It is meant to be a jumping off place only.(mix of unsourced notes from multiple William Stanley's)Rich-1922 20:15, 5 August 2015 (EDT)
William Stanley Sr.,was born in 1709, in North Carolina, the son of John Stanley and his wife, Elizabeth Lockett. William died in 1784 in Franklin County, Virginia. William Standley Sr. married Elizabeth Wise in Virginia. They had a son, William Stanley Jr., born in Bristol Parish, Prince George County, Virginia. Elizabeth died in Bristol?, Virginia on an unknown date; possibly Bristol Parish, Prince George County, Virginia.
William Stanley Jr. was born in 1729 the son of William Standley and Elizabeth Wise. He died in Henry County, Virginia 28 October 1784. He married Judith Hannah in July 1742. She born in Orange County, Virginia and died 1790 in Franklin County, Virginia, dayfhter of John Hannah and Mary Erwin.
Children of William Stanley Jr. and Judith Hannah were:
William Stanley born 1746 in Orange County, Virginia Took Oath of Allegiance; Revolutionary War Rolls 1775-1783 Private (William Standley) ; Spouse: Judith; Residence, Henry County.
John Stanley born 1748 in Orange County, Virginia
Richard Stanley born 5 December 1750 in Orange County, Virginia, died after 20 July 1838 in Scott County, Virginia. Sgt. in Rvolutionary War. Served under Capt. Thomas Henderson and Major Charles Rose.
Moses Stanley born 1752 in Orange County, Virginia
Mary Stanley born 1754 in Orange County, Virginia
Joseph Stanley born 1753 in Orange County, Virginia
Judith Stanley born 1758 in Orange County, Virginia
Jane Stanley born 1756 in Orange County, Virginia; married William Mullins Jr.
Hanna Robert Stanley born 1760 in Orange County, Virginia
Anne Stanley born 1764 in Orange County, Virginia
For more information about Jane Stanley married William Mullins Jr. on 23 March 1803 in Floyd, Kentucky and died in Pike County Kentucky in 1831
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