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All through his life he was intensely interested in the great
questions of the day, especially in the anti-slavery and temperance
causes, and battled nobly and unflinchingly in their behalf.

Mrs. Anna W. Stanley was a woman of uncommon brightness
and force of character. Their long and happy union of more
than a quarter of a century was blessed by the birth of nine
children.

Their home was the center of a warm-hearted and generous
hospitality, both being of one mind and heart in all deeds of phi-
lanthropy and benevolence, and taking a deep interest in all that
concerned the welfare of church and town.

Alice G. Stanley has never married, but has been at the
head of her father's family, performing the duties of a mother
with untiring devotion and fidelity for many years. At the same
time, she has been among the foremost in efforts for the religious
and social interests of the church, the Sabbath-school, and the
community. It is due to her to say that the enterprise of prepar-
ing this Genealogy of the Stanley Families originated in her sug-
gestion, and that she has been an untiring advocate and assistant
therein from the first until its completion.

1098

AUGUSTUS STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 96 Thomas, 256 Lot,

547 Amon.)

Sixth child of Amon and Abi (North) Stanley, born April
11, 18 14 ; married, October 5, 1842, Elvira Ann, daughter of
Thomas and Chloe (Chamberlain) Conklin.





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DESCENDANTS OF JOHN STANLEY. 195

Their children were :

1942 Mary Melvina, b. Nov. 12, 1843 I m - Samuel H. Foster.

1943 Martha Elvira, b. July 7, 1846 ; m. C. H. Cornwell.

1944 Louisa Maria, b. May 3, 1849 ; d. May 21, 1850.

1945 Sarah Augusta, b. Feb. 21, 185 1 ; m. Wm. E. Parker.

1946 Wellington North, b. July 10, 1852 ; d. Sept. 12, 1852.

1947 Charles Brown, b. April 11, 1854; m. Helena Downs.

1948 Clarence Augustus, b. July 3, i860 ; d. Aug. 8, i860.

Mr. Stanley remained at home on the farm until he was twenty-
four years of age, when he spent about two years at the West.
After he returned in 1840, he became interested in various manu-
facturing industries in New Britain ; was one of the firm of A.
Stanley & Co., which commenced business in 1850, consisting of
himself, his brother, Timothy W. Stanley, Thomas A. Conklin, and
Gad Stanley. They were engaged in the manufacture of carpen-
ters' rules until 1854, when the business was united with that of
the Hall and Knapp Company, who were making spirit levels, try
squares, and other carpenters' tools. The new firm took the name
of the " Stanley Rule and Level Company." The business has
been on the whole prosperous. The capital stock is now $300,000.
Mr. Stanley has been from the first one of the directors and man-
agers, and has given his attention largely to the introduction of
labor-saving machinery, and the erection of suitable buildings,
such as the steady growth of the business has required. He
united with the church Feb. 4, 1827.



1099

TIMOTHY WADSWORTH STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 96 Thomas, 256 Lot,

547 Amon.)

Seventh child of Amon and Abi (North) Stanley, was born
July 13, 1817, and married, October 24, 1841, Adaline G.,
daughter of Deacon Chauncey and Mary (Coslett) Cornwell.
She died March 16, 1878, and he married, second, Mrs. The-
resa B. Stanley, widow of Mortimer H. Stanley (No. 1932),
October 16, 1879.



196 THE STANLEY FAMILIES.

Their children were,

By first wife :

1949 Francis Wadsworth, b. Jan. 24, 1843 ; sergeant in

the 13th reg. Conn. Volunteers. He was wounded
in the battle of Irish Bend, La., April 14, 1863, and
died of his wounds in Brashear City, May 29 follow-
ing, aged twenty. He was a brave soldier ; buried
in New Britain Aug. 5, 1863.

1950 William Cornwell, b. Nov. 25, 1848 ; d. Mar. 10, 1849.

1951 Arthur, b. June 21, 1856; d. Aug. 17, 1856.

By second wife :

1952 Philip Bartholomew, b. Jan. 18, 1883.

Mr. Stanley learned the printing business with G. & C Merriam,
Springfield, Mass., and spent about two years at his trade in Bos-
ton ; subsequently has been engaged in various branches of man-
ufacturing, chiefly of hardware, and later was for several years a
hardware merchant in New Britain. He has long been a director
in the Stanley Rule and Level Company, and is a director in the
New Britain Savings Bank. Has been for several sessions a
member of the Connecticut Legislature, and has been identified
with all measures for promoting the prosperity of the town. He
united with the church April 14, 1841. For the last few years he
has resided in Granby, Conn.

1101

MARTHA STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 96 Thomas, 256 Lot,

547 Amon.)

Ninth child of Amon and Abi (North) Stanley, born
August 11, 1822; married, May 12, 1845, Augustus W.
North, son of James North, born March 8, 18 19. She died
December 13, 1868, and he married, second, August, 1870,
Helen Amelia, daughter of James and Anna N. (Stow)
Stanley. He died October 31, 1878.

Their children were :

1953 William Stanley North, b. April 12, 1846.

1954 Frederick Augustus North, b. March 31, 1850.




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Mr. North began his active life in Cleveland, O., where he was
a partner in a dry goods house, under the name of Raymond &
North. Subsequently he came to New York, taking charge of an
important branch of the business of Russell & Erwin Mnfg. Co.
in that city, where he continued till the close of the war, when
he became one of the promoters of the enterprise to work the
iron mines of Shelby, Ala. In 1870 he went to Europe with his
second wife, remaining about three years. On his return he was
engaged in various business undertakings, till his death in 1878.

1102

AMELIA STANLEY.
(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 96 Thomas, 256 Lot,

547 Amon.)
Tenth child of Amon and Abi (North) Stanley, born Jan-
uary 1, 1825 ; married, February 29, 1848, Henry Walter, of
London, Eng., his second wife.
Their children were :

1955 Henry Stanley Walter, b. Dec. 16, 1848.

1956 Edward North Walter, b. Feb. 3, 1852; d. Aug. 25,

1852.

After the death of Amelia, Mr. Walter married, third, Dec. 16,
1866, Anna Farrar, daughter of Rev. J. W. Clary, and has two
children: 1. Anna Clary Walter, b. July 5, 1859. 2 - Eliza Far "
rar Walter, b. May 31, 186 1.« He was formerly in the business of
manufacturing hardware in the firm of Peck & Walter, but for the
last few years has retired from active pursuits. Is an active mem-
ber of the First church in New Britain.

1179

ANNE STANLEY.
(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 97 Noah, 258 Seth,

573 Asa.)
Daughter of Asa and Thirza (Hayden) Stanley, married
Alfred Wheeler, of Akron, O., a judge of the Probate Court,
who died in California in 185 1. His wife died in 1870.
Their children were :

2075 Samuel Alfred Wheeler, of Buffalo ; m. Mrs. Nettie

Acer, widow of Wm. N. Acer ; now deceased.

2076 Mary E. Wheeler, who married Frank H. Reddont, of

Rushville, N. Y., who died Feb. 14, 1881.



198 THE STANLEY FAMILIES.

1182

HORATIO NELSON STANLEY.

(i John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 97 Noah, 256 Seth,

574 Cruger.)

Eldest child of Cruger and Sally (Reed) Stanley, born at
Buffalo, November 22, 1804; married Emily Augusta Wild-
man, daughter of Fairchild and Mary Parsons (Canfield)
Wildman, of Danbury, Conn., September 3, 1835. He died
at LeRoy, N. Y., December 18, 1850. He was by occupa-
tion a jeweler.

Their children were :

2090 Maria Bradley, b. Oct. 28, 1836 ; m. James B. Pierson.

2091 Julia Elizabeth, b. July 5, 1838 j d. Jan. 27, 1848.

2092 Mary Eveleen, b. Nov. 14, 1839.

2093 Emily Augusta, b. Oct. 20, 1842 ; d. May 27, 1843.

2094 Sarah Reed, b. April 8, 1847 > d- May 13, 1872.

1187

CYNTHIA STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 97 Noah, 258 Seth,

575 Erastus.)

Eldest daughter of Erastus and Temperance (Smith) Stan-
ley, born in Seneca, N. Y., July 27, 1802 ; was married, Feb-
ruary 12, 1835, to James McPherson of Canandaigua. He
was a farmer, and after his marriage resided at Reed's Cor-
ners, Ontario County. She died in Phelps, April 8, 1877.

Their children were :

2100 Joseph Stanley McPherson, b. Oct. 20,1837; died.

2101 Harriet Temple McPherson, b. April 30, 1840; now

resides at Phelps, N. Y.



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN STANLEY. 199

1132

JOSEPH FORD STANLEY.

(i John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 96 Thomas,
257 Thomas, 560 Thomas Ford.)

Eldest child of Thomas Ford and Angeline (Goldsmith)
Stanley, of Marietta, O., was born September 3, 18 17, and
married, August 14, 1857, Harriet A. Doane.

Their children were William Frederick, Helen, Edna, Abba,
Percival, Ada and Hattie (twins).

1133

THOMAS TIMOTHY STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 96 Thomas,
257 Thomas, 560 Thomas Ford.)

Second child of Thomas Ford and Angeline (Goldsmith)
Stanley, of Marietta, O., was born February 27, 1819, and
married, November 3, 1842, Rowena Kellar ; second, August
22, i860, Mrs. Matilda Bunch. He died February 18, 1878.

Their children, by first wife, were Mary Ann, Alfred, Dora,
and Tabitha.

1134

JOHN WILLIAM STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 96 Thomas,

257 Thomas, 560 Thomas Ford.)

Third child of Thomas Ford and Angeline (Goldsmith)
Stanley, of Marietta, O., was born April 30, 1821, and mar-
ried, September 10, 1849, Sally Ann Gray, of Seekonk,
Mass. ; second, December 10, 1856, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth
Howe, daughter of Lamson and Amy (Chase) Cole, of Mari-
etta, Ohio.

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200 THE STANLEY FAMILIES.

Their children were :

2010 Howard William, b. Jan. 31, 1858; m., Aug. 26, 1882,

Annette Maria Glines. He is a merchant in Mari-
etta, Superintendent of the Congregational Sunday-
school, etc.

201 1 John Thomas, b. Dec. 4, 1863 ; a clerk.

1135

ELIZA STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 96 Thomas,
257 Thomas, 560 Thomas Ford.)

Fourth child of Thomas Ford and Angeline (Goldsmith)
Stanley, of Marietta, O., born February 27, 1823; married,
October 25, 1843, Andrew J. Caywood, and died August 28,
1870.

Their children were Frances, Harriet, and Charles.

1136

LUCY STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 96 Thomas,
257 Thomas, 560 Thomas Ford.)

Fifth child of Thomas Ford and Angeline (Goldsmith)
Stanley, born February 19, 1825 ; married, April 16, 1846,
William Valentine Collins.

Their children were Luther and Flora.

1138

CHARLES ALFRED STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 96 Thomas,
257 Thomas, 560 Thomas Ford.)

Youngest son of Thomas Ford and Angeline (Goldsmith)
Stanley, was born at Fearing, Ohio, June 24, 1835. United
with the Congregational church in Fearing, December 31,
1854; fitted for college in Preparatory Department of Mari-



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN STANLEY. 201

etta College, and graduated at the same institution July i,
1858. Graduated at Lane Seminary May 9, 1861. He
assisted himself in part by teaching music and day school,
other expenses borne by his father as part of his inheritance.
Decided to become a missionary during his first seminary
vacation. Was ordained at Waynesville, Ohio, June 17, 1861.
Sermon by Dr. H. M. Storrs. Charge by Rev. E. W. Root,
of Springfield, Ohio. Right hand by Dr. Thomas Wickes,
of Marietta. Mr. Stanley married, February 19, 1862, Ursula
Johnson, daughter of Harding and Abigail W. (Allen) John-
son, of Cincinnati.

Their children were :

2017 Abbie Goldsmith, b. Nov. 5, 1863 ; d. June 24, 1864.

2018 Mary Edith, b. March 25, 1865.

2019 Helen Treat, b. June 25, 1869.

2020 Gertrude Williams, b. Dec 9, 1870.

2021 Jessie Mabel, b. April 27, 1875 ; d. Aug. 28, 1877.

2022 Charles Alfred, b. Nov. 1, 1878.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley sailed from Boston in the ship Sarah
Newman, bound for Shanghai, July 1, 1862. After a tedious and
monotonous voyage of six months, they reached Shanghai in
safety. Tientsin, a city some five hundred miles to the north of
Shanghai, was their destined station, but the season was so far
advanced it was impossible to proceed on this second stage of the
journey until the following spring. They arrived at Tientsin
March 13, 1863, and have resided there until the present time.
They have seen the North China Mission of the A. B. C. F. M.
grow from one man to its present working force of men and
women, and not only this mission, but the well-established missions
of six other prominent societies, both English and American. Mr.
Stanley has from the beginning taken active part in most branches
of missionary effort, especially in evangelistic and itinerant work.
The North was a new field twenty-five years ago, but through the
faithful, patient labors of combined and harmonious forces,
schools and colleges, dispensaries and hospitals, chapels and
numerous preaching places have been established, and the good
seed sown over the area of three provinces. Mr. Stanley has
been in the midst of this good work continuously, with the excep-
tion of a short furlough of eighteen months in the years 1.872 and
1873, made necessary by the health of his family. He returned.
to China in the autumn of 1873, and has remained at his post to-
the present time.



202 THE STANLEY FAMILIES.

1179

ANNE STANLEY.

(i John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 97 Noah, 258 Seth,

573 Asa.)
Daughter of Asa and Thirza (Hayden) Stanley, married
Samuel Alfred Wheeler, of Akron, O., a judge of the Probate
Court, who died in California in 185 1. His wife died in 1870.

Their children were :

2075 Samuel Alfred Wheeler, of Buffalo ; m. Mrs. Nettie
Acer, widow of Wm. N. Acer.

2076 Mary E. Wheeler, who married Frank H. Reddont, of

Rushville, N. Y., who died Feb. 14, 188 1.

1182

HORATIO NELSON STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 97 Noah, 258 Seth,

574 Cruger.)

Eldest child of Cruger and Sarah (Reed) Stanley, born at
Buffalo, November 22, 1804; married Emily Augusta Wild-
man, daughter of Fairchild and Mary Parsons (Canfield)
Wildman, of Danbury, Conn., September 3, 1835. He died
at Leroy, N. Y., December 18, 1850. He was by occupa-
tion a jeweler.

Their children were :

2090 Maria Bradley, b. Oct. 28, 1836 ; m. James B. Pierson.

2091 Julia Elizabeth, b. July 5, 1838 ; d. Jan. 27, 1848.

2092 Mary Eveleen, b. Nov. 14, 1839.

2093 Emily Augusta, b. Oct. 20, 1842 ; d. May 27, 1843.

2094 Sarah Reed, b. April 8, 1847 > d. May 13, 1872.

1187

CYNTHIA STANLEY.
(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 97 Noah, 258 Seth,
575 Erastus.)
Eldest daughter of Erastus and Temperance (Smith) Stan-
ley, born in Seneca, N. Y., July 27, 1802; was married Feb-



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN STANLEY. 203

ruary 12, 1835, to James McPherson, of Canandaigua. He
was a farmer, and after his marriage resided at Reed's Cor-
ners, Ontario County. She died in Phelps, April 8, 1877.

Their children were:

2100 Joseph Stanley McPherson, b. Oct. 20, 1837.

2101 Harriet Temple McPherson, b. April 30, 1840; now

resides at Phelps, N. Y.

1226

ELEANOR ELIZA STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 97 Noah, 258 Seth,
587 Lucius.)

Eldest daughter of Lucius and Sally (Runyan) Stanley,
born in Stanley, N. Y., April 22, 1818; married, January 1,
1839, t0 Ralph Wilson, who was born October 2, 18 13. He
was a farmer, living in the town of Seneca until a few years
before his death, and then at Waterloo in a general carting
business. He died November 28, 1846; after which she
married, second, William S. Liddiard, November 5, 1846.
He was born September 21, 1828. Both are now living in
Stanley (1885).

Her children were :

2200 Sarah S. Wilson, b. Nov. 10, 1840; m. Thomas Carr.

2201 Jonathan M. Wilson, b. Aug. 15, 1842 ; m., Sept. 5,

1865, Sarah Elizabeth Perhamus.

2202 Lucius S. Wilson, b. March 19, 1844; m., March 15,

i86£, Carrie Robinson.

2203 Mary C. Liddiard, b. Aug. 11, 1857.

1245

CHARLOTTE STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 97 Noah, 261 Noah,
602 Wakeman N.)

Eldest daughter of Wakeman Norton and Elizabeth N.
(Hart) Stanley, born May 14, 1817 ; married, in July, 1843,



204 THE STANLEY FAMILIES.

George, son of Jesse and Rhoda (Hart) Hale, of Clinton, N.
Y. He is a tailor in Adams, Jefferson County, N. Y.

Their children were :

2260 Wakeman Hale, b. June. 1844; d. Aug., 1848.

2261 Caroline M. Hale, b. May 28, 1846 ; d. May 28, 1848.

1246

HORATIO STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 97 Noah, 261 Noah,
602 Wakeman N.)

Second child of Wakeman Norton and Elizabeth N. (Hart)
Stanley, born June 26, 1820, in New Britain; married Mar-
garet Maria, daughter of Levi and Matilda (Brown) Brace,
of Richland, Oswego County, N. Y., April 4, 1841. He is a
carpenter and farmer in Primghar, O'Brien County, Iowa, a
justice of the peace, and county commissioner.

Their children are :

2262 Ann Elizabeth, b. Feb. 21, 1842 ; m. William Lyman.

2263 Wakeman Julius, b. Dec. 26, 1844; m. Sarah More.

2264 Fannie Matilda, b. June 21, 1849 ; m. A. L. Creamer.

2265 Laura Helen, b. Aug. 21, 1852 ; m. Daniel Bysum.

2266 Ella May, b. Oct. 18, 1862 ; m. Franklin C Wheaton.

The children are all married, and living in O'Brien County, la.

1279

TIMOTHY W. STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 99 Timothy,
269 Timothy, 632 Timothy Robbins.)

Eldest child of Timothy Robbins and Prudence (Willis)
Stanley, was born in 1833, and married Jennie Kirk. Pie
was a clergyman (Methodist), graduated from the O. W. U.
in 1853, and immediately entered the Ohio Conference, of




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DESCENDANTS OF JOHN STANLEY. 205

which he was an active member for thirty years, having been
secretary and presiding elder. He died May 19, 1883.

Their children were :

2270 Grace, b. July 15, 1862.

2271 Welles Kirk, b. Nov. 12, 1873.

1297

OLIVER STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 99 Timothy,

270 Oliver, 635 John.)

Second child of John and Charlotte (North) Stanley, was
born March 24, 1827, and married, August 29, 1850, Cordelia
H. Peck, who died March 6, 1881. He married, second,
October 18, 1882, Grace G. Robbins, of Rocky Hill, Conn.

Their children were :

By first wife,

2280 Carrie Louisa, b. Sept. 10, 1855.

2281 Edward North, b. Nov. 14, 1858.

Mr. Stanley has been identified with the South Congregational
Society in New Britain from its organization, having been chair-
man of the Society's committee since 185 1, and still retains the
office. Was also chairman of the building committee of the new
church edifice completed in 1868. He has been a director in the
Institute and Library Association of New Britain ever since it was
first established. He is a public-spirited man ; has held many
positions of trust and responsibility, and is active in all measures
for the best good of the community. Mr. Stanley was one of the
firm of North & Stanley, manufacturers of hooks and eyes, and
for many years has been a director in several of the prominent
manufacturing establishments of the city. Is now secretary of the
corporation of P. & F. Corbin Company.

1314

JESSE STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 99 Timothy,

271 Jesse, 646 Oliver C.)

Eldest child of Oliver Cromwell and Charlotte (Hine)

Stanley, was born in New Britain, August 1, 1848, and mar-



206 THE STANLEY FAMILIES.

ried, October 10, 1878, Hannah Elizabeth, born February 2,
1853, daughter of Isaac and Susan M. Murray.
Their child is :
2300 Erwin, b. Oct. 12, 1880.

1316

MERVIN CLARK STANLEY.

1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 99 Timothy,

271 Jesse, 646 Oliver C.)

Youngest child of Oliver Cromwell and Charlotte (Hine)
Stanley, was born in New Britain, May 6, 1857, and married,
January 23, 1884, Martha Fenn, daughter of Charles William
and Sarah C. (Peck) Miles, of Milford, Conn. He is Secre-
tary of the New Britain Lumber and Coal Company, Chair-
man of the Republican Town Committee, member of the
Standing Committee of the First church, Director of the N.
B. National Bank, etc.

1328

ALFRED HUBERT STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 102 Gad, 281 Gad,

Frederick T.)

Eldest child of Frederick T. and Melvinia (Chamberlain)
Stanley, born August 2, 1839; married, December 21, 1863,
Sarah, daughter of John P. and Hannah (Guest) Lozier.
They had one child :
2312 Murray Lozier, b. Oct. 26, 1864.

1332

IDA ELIZA STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 102 Gad, 286 Cyrus,
690 Charles Norton.)

Only child of Charles Norton and Eliza S. (Moore) Stan-
ley, was born December 25, 1843, an d married Charles O.
Goss, of Winnetka, 111., August 20, 1879.



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN STANLEY. 207

They have one child :
2350 Stanley Goss, b. March 11, 1884.

1341

ISAAC LEE STANLEY.
(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 102 Gad, 286 Cyrus,

690 Amzi.)
Second child of Amzi and Esther (Hughes) Stanley, born
April 8, 185 1 ; married, November 26, 1874, Kate Abigail
Worfolk, daughter of Matthew and Abigail (Pascall) Wor-
folk, of Cleveland, O.

Their children are :

2370 Alice May, b. Aug. 30, 1876.

2371 Emily Clark, b. July 8, 1878.

1342

CYRUS THOMAS STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 27 Thomas, 102 Gad, 286 Cyrus,

690 Amzi.)

Youngest child of Amzi and Esther (Hughes) Stanley,
born February 17, 1853; married, May 26, 1856, Mary Bry-
son, daughter of Ambrose Martin and Mary (Walker) Bry-
son, of Cincinnati, O. She died at Cleveland, April II, 1884.

Their children were :

2372 Mary, b. May 14, 1880; d. July 28, 1880.

2 373 Charles Norton, b. Jan. 6, 1882.

Cyrus T. Stanley is a leading accountant in one of the principal
banks in Cleveland, O.

1370

CLARISSA STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 5 John, 20 Samuel, 56 Samuel, 114 Samuel,
293 Samuel, 696 Joseph.)
Eldest child of Joseph and Mary (Patterson) Stanley, born
November 17, 1811, at Lisle, N. Y. ; married, December 31,



208 THE STANLEY FAMILIES.

1845, Isaac, son of Philip and Abigail (Hildreth) Sines, of
West Mendon, N. Y. Isaac Sines was a farmer, settled at
Canton, Michigan.

One child is reported in 1857 :

2400 George Henry Sines, b. Apr. 12, 1848, at Canton, Mich.

1371

ELIZA MARIA STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 5 John, 20 Samuel, 56 Samuel, 114 Samuel,
293 Samuel, 696 Joseph.)

Second child of Joseph and Mary (Patterson) Stanley, born
in Ogden, N. Y., March 14, 18 14; was married, January 27,
1844, to John Morton, of Gorham, N. Y., son of John and
Rebecca (Moody) Morton. He was in 1857 a farmer in Van
Buren, Michigan.

Their children were :

2401 Charles Henry Morton, b. Nov. 8, 1844.

2402 George Washington Morton, b. Feb. 27, 1847.

2403 Thomas Erasmus Morton, b. June 27, 1850.

2404 Frederick William Morton, b. April 10, 1852.

2405 Joseph Stanley Morton, b. Oct. 6, 1855.

1372

CHARLES SEYMOUR STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 5 John, 20 Samuel, 56 Samuel, 114 Samuel,
293 Samuel, 696 Joseph.)

Third child of Joseph and Mary (Patterson) Stanley, born
in Ogden, N. Y., September 9, 181 5 ; married, June 4, 1846,
Sarah H., daughter of Levi and Diantha (Moseley) Burnett,
of Sodus. He was in 1857 a farmer in Van Buren, Michigan.

Their children were :

2406 Charles Burnett, b. March 26, 1847.

2407 John E. Patterson, b. June 20, 1853.



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN STANLEY. 209

1373

HARRIET STANLEY.

(i John, 2 John, 5 John, 20 Samuel, 56 Samuel, 114 Samuel,
293 Samuel, 696 Joseph.)

Fourth child of Joseph and Mary (Patterson) Stanley,
born at Ogden, N. Y., November 8, 1817; was married, June
8, 1847, to Ezekiel Clark, at Rochester, Mass., son of Elijah
and Cynthia (Sherman) Clark. He was in 1857 a farmer in
Parma, N. Y.

Their children were :

2408 Asa E., b. April 1, 1848 ; d. April 21, 1857.

2409 Ella, b. May 27, 1852.

1413

EVERETT THOMAS STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 5 John, 20 Samuel, 56 Samuel, 115 Amaziah,
306 Truman, 740 Edward.)
Second child of Edward and Susan (Selden) Stanley, was
born January 27, 1846, and married, first, Julia A. Flagg ;
second, Fanny, daughter of William A. and Frances (Gillette)
Baker. He is a farmer in West Hartford, Conn.

Their children were :

2450 Mary Baker, b. March 15, 1880.

2451 Henry Stanley, b. Nov. 8, 1875 (adopted).

1569

JAMES HENRY STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 5 John, 21 Nathaniel, 73 William, 192 Jesse,
395 Luman, 801 William Henry.)

Eldest child of William Henry and Mary (Weld) Stanley,
was born October 17, 1826. He married, October 17, 1849,
Annie Mansfield Tuttle.



210 THE STANLEY FAMILIES.

Their children were :

2460 Myra Lilian, b. Oct. 30, 1850.

2461 Harvey Mansfield, b. July 2, 1855.

1570

WILLIAM POMEROY STANLEY.

(1 John, 2 John, 5 John, 21 Nathaniel, 73 William, 192 Jesse,


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