Sarah Squire

F, (22 November 1737 - )
     Sarah Squire was born on 22 November 1737 at Durham, Middlesex County, CT, USA.1 She married John Sutliff on 19 January 1754 at Middlesex County, CT, USA.1
Last Edited=5 Aug 2016

Child of Sarah Squire and John Sutliff

Citations

  1. [S17] Lucius B. Barbour, Barbour Collection Connecticut Town Birth Records pre 1870.

Catherine Squires

F, (21 July 1765 - 8 June 1813)
     Catherine Squires was born on 21 July 1765 at Durham, Middlesex County, CT, USA. She married Gad Sutliff, son of John Sutliff II and Lucy Hodgkin, in 1777 at CT, USA. Catherine Squires died on 8 June 1813 at Buffalo, Erie County, NY, USA, at age 47. She was buried at Evergreen Lawn Cemetery, at Akron, Erie County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=8 Aug 2016

Family: Catherine Squires and Gad Sutliff

Ava Louise St Clair

F
     Ava Louise St Clair is the daughter of William Michael St Clair and Amanda Paige Hotchkin.
Last Edited=22 Nov 2006

Lydia St Clair

F, (1837 - 1868)
     Lydia St Clair was born in 1837 at WI, USA. She married Lansing W. Kinnison, son of John S. Kinnison and Betsey Hotchkin, circa 1855. Lydia St Clair died in 1868 at Allegan County, MI, USA.
Last Edited=9 Jan 2017

Children of Lydia St Clair and Lansing W. Kinnison

Molly Gates St Clair

F
     Molly Gates St Clair is the daughter of William Michael St Clair and Amanda Paige Hotchkin.
Last Edited=22 Nov 2006

William Michael St Clair

M
     He married Amanda Paige Hotchkin at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH, USA, on 23 July 1992.1
Last Edited=7 Oct 2014

Children of William Michael St Clair and Amanda Paige Hotchkin

Citations

  1. [S1223] State of Ohio, OHio Marriage Index 1970, 1972- 2007, Cert #22161 Vol 15362 married once.

Mary Stabbal

F, (3 October 1848 - 25 September 1927)
     Mary Stabbal was born on 3 October 1848 at OH, USA. 1900 census says Nov 1846.1 She married Adam Filker in 1855. Married 34 years at the 1900 census.. Mary Stabbal died on 25 September 1927 at Lorain County, OH, USA, at age 78.1 She was buried at Cleveland Street Cemetery, at Amherst, Lorain County, OH, USA.

     Daughter of Martin Stabbel and Sophia Beckstine.
Last Edited=14 Apr 2017

Children of Mary Stabbal and Adam Filker

Citations

  1. [S163]

Clarissa Stacey

F, (19 April 1816 - 1898)
     Clarissa Stacey was born on 19 April 1816 at Windham, Windham County, VT, USA. She married Calvin Conant Bigelow, son of Levi Bigelow and Lucy Sampson, in June 1840 at Windham, Windham County, VT. Clarissa Stacey died in 1898 at Trempealeau County, WI, USA. She was buried at Evergreen Cemetery, at Certerville, Trempealeau County, WI, USA.
Last Edited=5 Aug 2016

Family: Clarissa Stacey and Calvin Conant Bigelow

Emeline E. Stacey

F, (26 March 1823 - 12 March 1903)
     Emeline E. Stacey was born on 26 March 1823 at Rutland County, VT, USA. She married Roswell Bigelow at NY, USA, circa 1838. Emeline E. Stacey died on 12 March 1903 at Croton, Newaygo County, MI, USA, at age 79.

     Daughter of John Richardson Stacy and Chloe Smith.
Last Edited=11 May 2017

Children of Emeline E. Stacey and Roswell Bigelow

Doris Bernice Stackhouse

F, (1905 - 6 December 1970)
     Doris Bernice Stackhouse was born in 1905 at Cates, Fountain County, IN, USA.1 She married John Clarence Ross on 23 June 1923 at Marion County, IN, USA. She was age 18 and he age 23 at marriage according to 1930 census. IN Marriage 1800 to 1941.. Doris Bernice Stackhouse died on 6 December 1970 at Robinson Memorial Hospital, Ravenna, Portage County, OH, USA.1 She was buried at Ashland Cemetery, at Ashland, Ashland County, OH, USA.

     Daughter of Charles Frank Stackhouse and Lulu A. Marshall.
Last Edited=14 Apr 2017

Child of Doris Bernice Stackhouse and John Clarence Ross

Citations

  1. [S151] Ohio Death Index 1908 - 1932, 1938- 2007.

Florence B. Stafford

F, (1868 - )
     Florence B. Stafford was born in 1868 at AR, USA. Age 43 at the 1910 census of Oklahoma City, OK. She married Henry Lawson Stroope on 18 February 1883 at Caddo, Clark County, AR, USA.1 Florence B. Stafford married William Thomas Snellings on 8 October 1892 at Gurdon, Clark County, AR, USA. Arkansas County Marriages 1837 to 1957 Florence B. Stroope and W T. Snelling. Married 16 years at the 1910 census..

     Her mothers maiden name was found in daughter Jessie's CA Death records.
With that information her parents were found as James Dallas Stafford and Susan Josephine Beall and husband Henry Lawson Stroope.
Last Edited=2 Aug 2017

Children of Florence B. Stafford and Henry Lawson Stroope

Child of Florence B. Stafford and William Thomas Snellings

Citations

  1. [S1308] Arkansas County, Marriage Index 1837 to 1957.

Mary Catherine Stahl

F, (19 June 1830 - 11 October 1923)
     Mary Catherine Stahl was born on 19 June 1830 at Lockport, Niagara County, NY, USA. Buffalo Evening News, Manday June 26 1922 announced her celebrating her 92nd birthday and that she was born in Lockport, NY.1 She married Thomas Allen on 2 December 1847 at Niagara County, NY, USA. Mary Catherine Stahl died on 11 October 1923 at Wilson, Niagara County, NY, USA, at age 93.1 She was buried at North Ridge Cemetery, at Ransomville, Niagara County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=2 Aug 2017

Children of Mary Catherine Stahl and Thomas Allen

Citations

  1. [S1082] Death of Mary Catherine Allen, The Niagara Falls Gazette.

Alexander Standish

M, (22 May 1625 - 6 July 1702)
     Alexander Standish was born on 22 May 1625 at Duxbury, Plymouth Colony, MA, USA. He was the son of Myles Standish and Barbara Mullins. Alexander Standish married Sarah Alden, daughter of John Alden and Priscilla Mullins, in 1660 at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, MA, USA. Alexander Standish died on 6 July 1702 at Duxbury, Plymouth Colony, MA, at age 77. He was buried at Myles Standish Burying Grounds, at Duxbury, Plymouth Colony, MA, USA.
Last Edited=15 Apr 2016

Family: Alexander Standish and Sarah Alden

Charles Standish

M, (1624 - between 1627 and 1635)
     Charles Standish was born in 1624 at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, MA, USA. He was the son of Myles Standish and Barbara Mullins. Charles Standish died between 1627 and 1635 at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, MA.
Last Edited=2 Jul 2016

Charles Standish

M, (1635 - 7 March 1655/56)
     Charles Standish was born in 1635 at Duxbury, Plymouth Colony, MA, USA. He was the son of Myles Standish and Barbara Mullins. Charles Standish died on 7 March 1655/56 at Duxbury, Plymouth Colony, MA.
Last Edited=2 Jul 2016

John Standish

M, (22 May 1627 - 7 March 1655)
     John Standish was born on 22 May 1627 at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, MA, USA. He was the son of Myles Standish and Barbara Mullins. John Standish died on 7 March 1655 at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, MA, at age 27.
Last Edited=5 Aug 2016

Josiah Standish

M, (1633 - 19 March 1690)
     Josiah Standish was born in 1633 at Duxbury, Plymouth Colony, MA, USA. He was the son of Myles Standish and Barbara Mullins. Josiah Standish married Mary Dingley on 19 December 1654. Josiah Standish married Sarah Allen after 7 March 1655/56 at MA, USA. Josiah Standish died on 19 March 1690 at Preston, New London County, CT, USA.
Last Edited=2 Jul 2016

Family: Josiah Standish and Mary Dingley

Family: Josiah Standish and Sarah Allen

Lora Standish

F, (May 1627 - 1651)
     Lora Standish was born in May 1627 at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, MA, USA. She was the daughter of Myles Standish and Barbara Mullins. Lora Standish married Abraham Sampson circa 1639 at Duxbury, Plymouth Colony, MA, USA. Lora Standish died in 1651 at Duxbury, Plymouth Colony, MA. The only daughter of Capt. Myles Standish, buried on one side of him. She died at about 17 years of age, near the same time as her sister-in-law, Mary Dingley Standish. Lora is the maker of the oldest, most famous piece of crosstitchery in America.. She was buried at Myles Standish Burying Grounds, at Duxbury, Plymouth Colony, MA, USA.
Last Edited=5 Aug 2016

Child of Lora Standish and Abraham Sampson

Myles Standish

M, (1584 - 3 October 1656)
     Myles Standish was born in 1584 at Ellanbane, Isle of Man, England. He married Rose Handley in 1621. Myles Standish married Barbara Mullins, daughter of John Mullins and Frances Molyneux, in 1623 at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, MA, USA. Myles Standish died on 3 October 1656 at Duxbury, Plymouth Colony, MA, USA. He was buried at Myles Standish Burying Grounds, at Duxbury, Plymouth Colony, MA, USA.

     MILES STANDISH
ORIGIN: Holland
MIGRATION: 1620 on Mayflower
FIRST RESIDENCE: Plymouth
REMOVES: Duxbury
RETURN TRIPS: Sent to London in late 1625 and returned early 1626
OCCUPATION: Soldier.
FREEMAN: In the "1633" Plymouth list of freemen Capt[ain] Myles Standish is first among the councillors, immediately after the governor [ PCR 1:3]. In 7 March 1636/7 list of freemen [ PCR 1:52]. In 1639 list of freemen, among Assistants and in Duxbury section [ PCR 8:173, 174].
EDUCATION: He signed several documents sent to the Bay and must have been conversant with figures to be colony treasurer. His inventory included several dozen books, valued at £9 3s; although there were three Bibles and a number of other theological volumes, Standish also owned such titles as Homer's Iliad and Caesar's Commentaries.
OFFICES: Assistant, 1 January 1632/3, 1635, 1637-41, 1645-56 [ MA Civil List 36-38; PCR 1:5, 32, 48, 79, 116, 140, 2:8, 15, 83, 115, 123, 166, 3:7, 30, 48, 77, 99]. Deputy Governor [ PCR 3:27]. Treasurer, 1644-56 [ MA Civil List 36; PCR 2:76, 101, 115, 123, 166, 3:7, 30, 48, 77]. Council of War [ PCR 2:47, 64, 100, 3:26, 28].
"Capt. Standish" is in the Duxbury section of the 1643 Plymouth Colony list of men able to bear arms [ PCR 8:190].
Captain, 1620-56 [ PCR 1:52, 59, 80, 82, 84, 90-92, 98, 100]. Commander of forces [ PCR 2:47, 146]. Captain of troops raised for Dutch war [ PCR 3:29, 55]
ESTATE: In the 1623 Plymouth division of land "Captin Myles Standish" received two acres as a passenger on the Mayflower [for himself and his first wife, Rose], and "Mrs. Standish" received one acre as a passenger on the Anne in 1623 [ PCR 12:4, 6]. In the 1627 Plymouth division of cattle Captain Standish, Barbara Standish, Charles Standish, Alexander Standish and John Standish are the first five persons in the third company [ PCR 12:10].
In 1631 "Captain Myles Standish of Plymouth" sold to Edward Winslow of Plymouth "two acres of land lying in the north field" [ PCR 12:16].
In the Plymouth tax lists of 25 March 1633 and 27 March 1634 Capt[ain] Myles Standish was assessed 18s. [ PCR 1:9, 27]. He was one of the purchasers [ PCR 2:177].
On 1 July 1633 through 20 March 1636/7 Captain Standish was allowed to mow land he had formerly mowed [ PCR 1:14, 40, 56]. On 4 December 1637 Captain Myles Standish was granted the surplusage of land on "Ducksborrow side" in consideration of the "want of lands he should have had to his proportion [ PCR 1:70]. On 2 July 1638 Captain Myles Standish received three hundred acres of uplands [ PCR 1:91]. On 1 October 1638 he was granted a garden place at Duxborrow side, which was formerly laid forth for him [ PCR 1:99]. On 4 March 1650/1 "whereas Captain Miles Standish hath been at much trouble and pains, and hath gone sundry journeys into Yarmouth aforesaid in the said town's business, and likely to have more in that behalf, in respect whereunto the Court have granted unto the said Captain Standish" about forty or fifty acres [ PCR 2:164].
On 9 May 1654 "Capt. Myles Standish" sold to Capt. Thomas Willett of Plymouth his purchaser's right at Sowamsett, Mattapoisett and places adjacent; "Mrs. Barberye Standish wife of the said Capt. Standish" consented to his deed [ MD 6:246-47, citing PCLR 2:1:111].
In his will, dated 7 March 1655[/6] and proved 4 May 1657, "Myles Standish Senior of Duxburrow" asked that "if I die at Duxburrow my body to be laid as near as conveniently may be to my two daughters Lora Standish my daughter and Mary Standish my daughter-in-law" and bequeathed to "my dear and loving wife Barbara Standish" one-third of his estate after all debts are paid; to "my son Josias Standish upon his marriage" cattle to the value of £40 (if possible), and "that every one of my four sons viz: Allexander Standish, Myles Standish, Josias Standish and Charles Standish may have forty pounds apiece," to "my eldest son Allexaner ... a double share in land," and "so long as they live single that the whole be in partnership betwixt them"; "my dearly beloved wife Barbara Standish, Allexander Standish, Myles Standish and Josias Standish" to be joint executors; "my loving friends Mr. Timothy Hatherley and Capt. James Cudworth" to be supervisors; to "Marcye Robinson whom I tenderly love for her grandfather's sake" £3; to "my servant John Irish Jr." 40s. beyond what is due him by covenant; and to "my son & heir apparent Allexander Standish all my lands as heir apparent by lawful descent in Ormistick, Borsconge, Wrightington, Maudsley, Newburrow, Crawston and the Isle of Man and given to me as right heir by lawful descent but surruptuously [sic] detained from me my great-grandfather being a second or younger brother from the house of Standish of Standish" [ MD 3:153-55, citing PCPR 2:1:37-38].
The inventory of the estate of "Captain Miles Standish gent.," taken 2 December 1656, totalled £358 7s., including "one dwelling house and outhouses with the land thereunto belonging" valued at £140 [ MD 3:155-56, citing PCPR 2:1:39-40].
On 4 May 1657 "Mr. Allexander Standish and Mr. Josias Standish do accept of being executors with Mrs. Barbery Standish, their mother, on the estate of Captain Myles Standish, deceased" [ PCR 3:114].
On 5 October 1658 confirmation was made of a sale by "Capt. Myles Standish" (with consent of his wife Barbara) to Mr. Thomas Howes of Yarmouth of "a certain farm lying in the liberties of Yarmouth," which had been granted to Standish by the court on 4 March 1650 [ MD 13:142-43, citing PCLR 2:2:11].
BIRTH: By about 1593 based on date of first marriage.
DEATH: Duxbury 3 October 1656 [ MD 1:12-13 (and especially footnote on page 12); NEHGR 87:152].
MARRIAGE: (1) By say 1618 Rose _____. She died Plymouth 29 January 1620/1 ("January 29 [1620/1]. Dies Rose, the wife of Captain Standish" [ Prince 184]).
(2) By 1624 Barbara _____. She died after 6 October 1659 [ MD 4:119].

From The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III (Online database: NewEnglandAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2002), (Orig. Pub. New England Historic Genealogical Society. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III, 3 vols., 1995).
Last Edited=12 Aug 2017

Family: Myles Standish and Rose Handley

Children of Myles Standish and Barbara Mullins

Myles Standish

M, (circa 1629 - 19 August 1661)
     Myles Standish was born circa 1629 at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, MA, USA. He was the son of Myles Standish and Barbara Mullins. Myles Standish married Sarah Winslow on 19 July 1660 at Boston, Suffolk County, MA, USA. Myles Standish died on 19 August 1661 at Duxbury, Plymouth Colony, MA, USA.
Last Edited=25 Feb 2008

Family: Myles Standish and Sarah Winslow

Chelsey Jo Stanley

F
     Chelsey Jo Stanley is the daughter of Mark Edward Stanley and Patricia Diane Hotchkin.
Last Edited=28 Aug 2000

H. E. Stanley1

M, (circa 1895 - )
     H. E. Stanley was born circa 1895. He married Matilda Marshall, daughter of William Marshall and Olive Reynolds, at NY, USA.1 H. E. Stanley lived at Clayburg, Clinton County, NY, USA.1
Last Edited=21 Jan 2007

Family: H. E. Stanley and Matilda Marshall

Citations

  1. [S610] Talma Clark Hendrick, Genealogical Diary of Talma Clark Hendrick.

Mark Edward Stanley

M
     He married Patricia Diane Hotchkin on 2 July 1983. Mark Edward Stanley and Patricia Diane Hotchkin were divorced in 1985.
Last Edited=27 May 2008

Child of Mark Edward Stanley and Patricia Diane Hotchkin

Kathleen K. Starbuck

F
     Kathleen K. Starbuck married Neil George Heiman, son of Neil George Heiman and Mary Kathryn Walner, on 7 February 1981 at Los Angeles County, CA, USA.1
Last Edited=1 Nov 2007

Family: Kathleen K. Starbuck and Neil George Heiman

Citations

  1. [S309] California Marriage Index 1850-1877, 1949- 1950, and 1960-1986.

Margaret R. Starkweather

F, (1807 - 1885)
     Margaret R. Starkweather was born in 1807 at NY, USA. She married Jacob Hess at NY circa 1836. Margaret R. Starkweather died in 1885 at Pulteney, Steuben County, NY, USA. She was buried at Glenview Cemetery, at Pulteney, Steuben County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=20 Jan 2007

Children of Margaret R. Starkweather and Jacob Hess

Dorothy Louise Starling

F
     Dorothy Louise Starling married James Arnold Robertson, son of Jasper Van Buren Robertson and Emma Gertrude Strickland, on 20 October 1942 at Duval County, FL, USA.1
Last Edited=17 Mar 2017

Family: Dorothy Louise Starling and James Arnold Robertson

Citations

  1. [S614] Florida Marriages 1822 - 1875 and 1927- 2001 and 1980 to 2010.

Elizabeth Starr1

F, (21 May 1788 - 14 January 1861)
     Elizabeth was born at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA, on 21 May 1788. Age 62 at the 1850 census. She married Jedediah Parker at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, on 8 May 1836.1 Elizabeth Starr died on 14 January 1861 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 72.
Last Edited=14 Feb 2007

Family: Elizabeth Starr and Jedediah Parker

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford, p 941.

Rachel Starr

F, (19 July 1780 - 24 August 1857)
     Rachel Starr was born on 19 July 1780 at Danbury, Fairfield County, CT, USA. She married James Taylor Hoyt at Bethel, Fairfield County, CT, USA, on 11 January 1798. Rachel Starr died on 24 August 1857 at Bridgeport, Saginaw County, MI, USA, at age 77. Rachel Starr was the daughter of Samuel Starr and Lois Starr, who were cousins. She married James Taylor Hoyt on Jan. 11, 1798 in Bethel, Connecticut. She died in Michigan at one of her daughters' houses, and is presumed to be buried there.

New York Herald-Tribune (NY), Sep. 10, 1857, p. 7:
DIED.
HOYT--In Bridgewater, Mich., on Tuesday, Aug. 25, Mrs. Rachel Hoyt, widow of James T. Hoyt, formerly of Greensfield, N. Y., at the age of 77..
Last Edited=9 Aug 2015

Children of Rachel Starr and James Taylor Hoyt

Rachel Starr

F, (23 December 1681 - 30 September 1755)
     Rachel Starr was born on 23 December 1681 at Middletown, Middlesex County, CT, USA.1 She married Thomas Norton on 28 May 1701 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, USA. Rachel Starr died on 30 September 1755 at Guilford, New Haven County, CT, at age 73.1
Last Edited=23 Feb 2008

Children of Rachel Starr and Thomas Norton

Citations

  1. [S6] Alvan Talcott MD, Families of Early Guilford.

Mary Isadore Stearns

F, (1844 - 2 June 1928)
     Mary Isadore Stearns was born in 1844 at NY, USA. She married Warren W. Wodell, son of William Wodell and Sarah (Sally) Wood, circa 1865 at NY. Mary Isadore Stearns died on 2 June 1928 at Watertown, Jefferson County, NY, USA. She was buried in 1929 at Ellisburg Rural Cemetery, at Ellisburg, Jefferson County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=9 Aug 2015

Child of Mary Isadore Stearns and Warren W. Wodell