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Thomas Stanton of Stonington, Conn.

Baldwin, John D.

Thomas Stanton of Stonington, Conn.

an incomplete record of his descendants

by Baldwin, John D.

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Published by Tyler & Seagrave in Worcester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared by John D. Baldwin of Worcester, Mass.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 57732 (C)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination52 p.
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2960751M
LC Control Number84204754

DESCENDANTS OF CAPTAIN THOMAS HEWITT OF STONINGTON, CONN.. Compiled by Virginia Hewitt Watterson, Found in the Joseph Smith Library, Salt Lake City, Ut. Page They resided in North Stonington, Conn. where he was a farmer and grocer. VITAL RECORDS OF NORTH STONINGTON, NEW LONDON CO., CONN., Book 1, page the text in this section is copied from an article in Wikipedia. Thomas Stanton (?–) was a trader and an accomplished Indian interpreter and negotiator in the colony of Connecticut, one of the original settlers of was also one of four founders of Stonington, Connecticut, along with William Chesebrough, Thomas Miner, and Walter Palmer.

  Biography. Robert Stanton, son of Thomas Stanton and Anna (Lord) Stanton, b. , was their eighth child. His birth location is not certain; whereas he could have been born in Stonington, Connecticut, his birth family did not physically complete their relocation to . The town of Stonington shares its eastern border with Westerly, Rhode Island, and is located in the southeast corner of New London County. The town includes the eastern halves of the villages of Mystic and Old Mystic, the borough of Stonington, and the villages of Lords Point, Wequetequok, and Pawcatuck. Settled in and named Stonington in , the town grew as its shipbuilding and.

THOMAS STANTON OF STONINGTON, CONN., AND HIS CHILDREN. 1. Thomas' Stanton, of Stonington, embarked at London, Eng., Jan. 2, , in the merchantman Bonaventura. He went first to Virginia and then to Boston. In , he settled in Hartford, Conn., where he married Ann Lord, daughter of Dr. Thomas and Dorothy Lord of : Ann Lord, Ann. Stonington, Conn. The Bennett Family Descendants of George and Ruth Barber Bentley of Stonington, Connecticut Bentley Family History The Record of My Ancestry, the Barnes-Dixon Family Book of Origins, Private and Personal The History, Ancestry and Descendants of Davis The Thomas Stanton Society Newsletter Stanton Family genealogy.


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Thomas Stanton of Stonington, Conn by Baldwin, John D. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Thomas Stanton Society Public Page. likes. The Thomas Stanton Society is a Thomas Stanton of Stonington history, genealogy, and cousin connection group. All members are Followers: Robert Stanton was born in at Pequoit, Conn. 1,2,3,6,7,8,9,10 He was born in at Stonington, New London County, Connecticut, USA.

7 He was the son of Thomas Stanton and Anna Stanton married Joanna Gardiner, daughter of Thomas Gardiner Jr and Lucy Smith, on 12 September at Stonington, Connecticut, USA. 4,10 Robert Stanton died on 25 October at Pawcatuck.

History of the Town of Stonington, County of New London, Connecticut: From Its First Settlement in to Richard Anson Wheeler Press of the Day Publishing Company, - Stonington (Conn.) - 4/5(3). Full text of "A record, genealogical, biographical, statistical, of Thomas Stanton, of his descendants.

" See other formats. here lie/thomas stanton/ dec. 2, / and his wife/ anna lord/ sep. 4 / FROM ENGLAND / COLONIAL FOUNDERS/ OF HARTFORD/ AND STONINGTON, CONN. FlowersBurial: Wequetequock Burial Ground, Stonington, New.

The Stanton-Davis Homestead Museum (formerly known as the Robert Stanton House) is a historic house on Greenhaven Road in Stonington, was built ca.

and is the oldest house in property has been a working farm for over years, most by members of the Davis family. As ofthe house was boarded up and the Stanton family society Conn.

book struggling to raise Location: Green Haven Rd., Stonington, Connecticut. Thomas Stanton of Stonington, Conn.: an incomplete record of his descendants [database on-line].

Provo, UT: Operations Inc,   Thomas and Mary remained in Lynn until He then, at the age of 65, sold his businesses and land and decided to move to Stonington, Connecticut. Judge Richard Anson Wheeler wrote in his book, The History of the Town of Stonington, that Thomas came to Stonington with his close friend the Rev.

James Noyes who moved to Stonington the very same. Full text of "A record, genealogical, biographical, statistical, of Thomas Stanton, of Connecticut, and his descendants.

" See other formats. The book focuses on the Goodwill families of Stonington, CT. It has many other surnames, history and anecdotes. Donna Campbell ([email protected]) will do lookups from Everett Pendleton's book, Early New England Pendletons.

It has a great deal of information regarding the descendants of Brian Pendleton who lived in Stonington and the area. THE DESCENDANTS OF THOMAS 1 STANTON'S SECOND SON, CAPT. JOHN 2 STANTON. [pp. ] 3 John 2 Stanton, b.in Hartford, Conn.; m.

HANNAH THOMPSON; d. Oct. 31,in Stonington, Conn. 3 John 2 Stanton was a pupil of that famous old school-teacher of the Puritans, Elijah Corlet. Inhe and John Minor, son of Thomas Minor, were Spouse: Hannah (Thompson) Stanton.

LineageTHOMAS STANTON, went to America, 2 Jan.where he served as Crown Interpretor General for United Colonies of New England, Judge of New London County CourtMember of Connecticut General Courtserved at Fort Saybrook and Fairfield Swamp in the Pequot War, b.

; m.Ann (b. in England, ), eldest dau. of Dr. Thomas Lord (b. in Towcester, England. Thomas Brown, senior, of Lynn, Mass., married Mary Newhall, the youngest child of Thomas and Mary Newhall of Lynn, date not preserved. Thomas Brown and wife were doubtless both of English origin, but the place of their nativity is unknown.

THOMAS BROWN, senior, was born in the yearand his-wife, Mary Newhall, was born in the year Get this from a library. The diary of Thomas Minor, Stonington, Connecticut, [Thomas Minor; Sidney H Miner; George D Stanton].

The Diary of Thomas Minor, Stonington, Connecticut, Thomas Minor. Press of the Day Preview this book received Richardson sabath day 22 sacrament samuell saterday september seventh shillings sicke snow sowed stanton tenth moneth third Thomas Thomas Minor threshing Thurs Thursday 22 Thursday the 15 tooke towne meeting Tree Reviews: 1.

From 'Thomas Stanton of Stonington, Conn.: An Incomplete Record of his Descendants,' p. 5 1. THOMAS STANTON OF WHAT IS KNOWN OF HIM. THOMAS STANTON, OF STONINGTON, came to America in He embarked at London January 2,in.

The diary of Thomas Minor, Stonington, Connecticut, [Minor, Thomas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The diary of Thomas Minor, Stonington, Connecticut, /5(7). Stanton was given the right to erect a trading house on the Pawcatuck River, which he built the next year.

Two years later, Walter Palmer, Thomas Miner and Captain George Denison arrived. Many more families seeking homesteads soon followed. The Early Years of Stonington.

InMassachusetts claimed the town and called it Southertown. Page HISTORICAL PART. CHAPTER I. A SKETCH OF THOMAS STANTON, THE FIRST OF THIS FAMILY IN AMERICA, Part I.

A compilation of such facts relating to our first Stanton ancestor in America, as have been gathered from a multitude of sources, will form a proper introduction to this genealogy and history of his descendants. History of the First Congregational Church, Stonington, Conn., ; With the Report of Bi-Centennial Proceedings, June 3, with Appendix Co [Richard Anson Wheeler] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the 5/5(2). Get this from a library! Descendants of Captain Thomas Hewitt of Stonington, Connecticut.

[Virginia Hewitt Watterson] -- Thomas Hewitt (ca. ca. ) was a sea captain, born in either Ireland or England. He married Hannah Palmer (b. ) in Stonington, Connecticut on. An Old Fashion Stonington, Conn, Love Story by Grace Denison Wheeler The last book written by Grace Denison Wheeler. The history of Stonington and that of her family were the primary interests in her life.

77 pages. (Denison Homestead Gift Shop)To read more articles – scroll back up top and click on any”posts” of interest on the right hand column.1. Has Children Thomas (Hon.) STANTON b: 19 JAN /22 in Wolverton, Warwickshire, England c: MAR /16 in Wolverston, Warwickshire, England 2.

Has No Children Walter STANTON b: ABT 3. Has No Children Alice STANTON b: ABT Sources: 1. Title: Thomas Stanton of Stonington, Conn.: An Incomplete Record of his Descendants Author: John D.