No record has been found of the birth of Nancy (or Ann) Stanley, and her parents are unknown. She was probably born about 1790 in New Hampshire; see the Research Note below.
Nancy Standly of Swanzey, New Hampshire, and Henry Aldrich of Livermore, Maine (then in Massachusetts), published their intention to marry at Livermore on 10 Oct 1806. (The 1874 history of Livermore gives her name as Nancy Stanley and says she was from Swansey, New Hampshire.) They were married at Swanzey on 11 Dec 1806.
Nancy (Stanley) Aldrich apparently moved from New York to Mobile, Alabama. The 1874 history of Livermore says that she died here in 1865. She may have bene living with her son, Daniel Aldrich, who in 1874 was living at New Orleans, Louisiana.
An unsourced Ancestry.com profile says that Nancy (Stanley) Aldrich was born at Swanzey, New Hampshire, in 1771, the daughter of Penticost Stanley and Experience (Fairbanks) Stanley. No evidence has been found to support this claim. A Nancy Stanley was born at Lancaster, New Hampshire, on 27 May 1782, the daughter of Dennis and Sally Stanley, but other than the name, there is no evidence to connect her with the wife of Henry Aldrich.
She is probably the Ann Aldrich living at the head of household at Newtown, New York, in 1850, with her age shown as 60 and her birthplace as New Hampshire. She was living with with an Angela Latham, age 37, (almost certainly her daughter, Angela (Aldrich) Latham) and a Mortimer Latham, age 16, both born in Maine.
↑ 2.02.1 Israel Washburn, Notes, Historical, Descriptive, and Personal of Livermore, in Androscoggin (Formerly in Oxford) County, Maine (Portland, Me., 1874), page 50
↑New Hampshire Marriage Records 1637–1947. Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2011. “New Hampshire Statewide Marriage Records 1637–1947,” database, FamilySearch, 2009. New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records. “Marriage Records.” New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Concord. Accessed on ancestry.com, November 2019.