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Re: Daniel Stannard /Stanard married 2 times and daughter Sarah B. Stannard/Stanard
Posted by: Steve Raye (ID *****3272) Date: August 27, 2012 at 21:03:01
In Reply to: Daniel Stannard /Stanard married 2 times and daughter Sarah B. Stannard/Stanard by Maxine of 149

The following is from the Native American Indian Roles

STANNARD, S B Cherokee enrollment 3516



John Stannard and Thomasine Sumner was born 1610

John Stannard and Margaret Miller was born 1635

Joseph Stannard and Elizabeth Spencer) was born 1674

William Stannard, Sr and Mercy Wright was born Bet. 1710

******HISTORIC FOOT NOTE:

Mercy Wright on 22 Mar 1699 in Saybrook, Middlesex County, CT, daughter of James Wright and Hannah Walstone.

James Wright He married Hannah Walstone on 29 Nov 1660 in Killingsworth, Middlesex, Ct. Hannah Walstone was born 1649 in England, and died 15 Nov 1719 in Killingworth, Middlesex, Ct. She married James Wright

Mercy Wright (daughter of James Wright and Hannah Walstone) was born 1682 in Saybrook, Middlesex County, CT, and died 1728. She married William Stannard, Sr.

Lemuel Uriah Stannard He married Ruth Grinnell on 22 Mar 1739 in Saybrook, Middlesex County, CT, daughter of Peabody Grinnell and Ruth Nettleton. Peabody Grinnell (son of Daniel Grinnell and Lideah or Lydia Pabodie/Peabody)

Lideah or Lydia Pabodie/Peabody (daughter of William Pabodie and Elizabeth Alden)

William Pabodie was born 1620 in St. Albans, Hertford, England Elizabeth Alden (daughter of John Alden and Priscilla Mullins) was born 1625 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Ma, and died 31 May 1717 in Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island. She married William Pabodie

John Alden (son of George Joseph Alden and Jane Alden) was born 1599 in Southampton, Hampshire, England, and died 12 Sep 1687 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Ma. He married Priscilla Mullins on 12 May 1622

JOHN ALDEN IN 17TH CENTURY RECORDS

John Alden : Signer of the Mayflower Compact
from Harwich, England, where there are records of an Alden family who were related by marriage to Christopher Jones, the Mayflower’s captain. In this case, he may have been the son of John Alden and Elizabeth Daye.

The Aldens have many distinguished descendants. They include Presidents John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and many other well known figures in American history.

George Joseph Alden. He married Jane Alden.

Jane Alden. She married George Joseph Alden.
Priscilla Mullins (daughter of William Mullens and Allice Atwood) was born 1601 in Dorking, Surrey, England, and died 05 Feb 1688 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Ma.


Priscilla Mullins married John Alden The legend of the rivalry between Miles Standish and John Alden for the hand of Priscilla Mullins was first published in Rev. Timothy Alden's 1814 Collection of American Epitaphs and Inscriptions. The story was popularized in the poem, The Courtship of Miles Standish, published by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in 1858.

John and Priscilla Mullins Alden had 10 children : Elizabeth, John, Joseph, Sarah, Jonathan, Ruth, Rebecca, Mary, Priscilla, and David.

Alden became one of the Purchasers and Undertakers. He was an Assistant in the Colony government for many years and presided occasionally as deputy governor. He also served as colony treasurer and was a member of committees in charge of revising laws.

John Alden was one of the founders of Duxbury. He owned several pieces of property but seems to have deeded all his real estate to his children during his lifetime. John Alden died intestate (without a will), but we do have an inventory of the property he owned at his death.

John Alden was one of the 8 Plymouth "Undertakers," along with William Bradford, Myles Standish, Isaac Allerton, Edward Winslow, William Brewster, John Howland and Thomas Prence. Alden had also been involved in the negotiations with the Merchant Adventurers that led to the more favorable contract. Governor William Bradford wrote in his letter book :

"This next year being Anno. 1626, we sent Mr. Allerton into England, partly to make some supply for us, and to see if he could make any reasonable composition with the adventurers and because we well knew that nothing can be done without money, we gave him an order to procure some, binding ourselves to make payment thereof as followeth :
"Know all men by thee presents, that whereas we William Bradford, Governour of Plymouth in New England, and William Brewster, Capt. Miles Standish, Isaac Allerton, Samuel Fuller, Edward Winslow, John Jeney, John Howland, and John Allden; being all inhabitants of Plymouth, aforesaid, are for ourselves, and divers others, our associates, &c. And whereas the said Isaac Allerton (by God's providence) for the necessary occasions of the colony abovesaid, is bound for England; and whereas divers of us above named, have acquainted divers of our worthy and approved friends (by our letters) with our raw and weak estate, and want of ability of ourselves to manage so great an action, as the upholding of the plantation aforesaid. If therefore God shall move the heart or hearts of any of our friends, in compassion of our wants and present straits, to lend us above named, the sum of one hundred pounds sterling, for the space of two years, upon any such terms as shall be agreed upon, between him or them and the said Isaac Allerton, our partner and agent, and deliver the same into his hands for our use; that we, the said William Bradford, William Brewster, &c together with the said Isaac Allerton, do bind ourselves, our heirs, &c. jointly and severally, for the faithful performance of such obligations, conditions, or covenants, as shall be agreed on,&c.
Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 5, p. 198-199.

The Stannard (Stanard) Line Continues:


Lemuel Uriah Stannard - born Bet. 1710 - 1720 in Saybrook, Middlesex County, CT and Ruth Grinnell - born 08 Feb 1722 in Stonnington, New London, Ct

William Bradley Stannard and Hannah Sweet born 02 Dec 1780 in Saybrook, Middlesex County, CT

William N Stannard - 1780 in Saybrook, Middlesex County, CT and Elizabeth Betsey Stoddard -1788 in Middlesex County, CT

Henry T Stanard (son of William N Stannard and Elizabeth Betsey Stoddard) was born Abt. 1820 in NY. He married Minerva Hill on 04 Dec 1844
Minerva Hill - 1827 in NY and Henry T Stanard - 1820 in NY
HILL, Minerva Cherokee enrollment F1132 More Info
HILL, Minnie Cherokee enrollment 2933 More Info
HILL, Minnie 1 Creek enrollment 2000 More Info

STANNARD, Mary Cherokee enrollment 3516 More Info

STANNARD, S B Cherokee enrollment 3516 More Info

James Hutton Stanard (son of Henry T Stanard and Minerva Hill) was born 29 Apr 1851 in Ypsilanti, Michigan. He married Louisa Jane Salsberry.

David Lewis Stanard (b. 19 Feb 1883) and Catherine Mary Mizner
They had Three Children of which one child was my father George David Stanard. George Married Norma Faye Rockwood and their Children are: Steve Raye Stannard, Linda Sue Stannard, Deanna Lynn Stannard and David Lewis Stanard.

Steve R. Stannard has two Children who are Melissa Stannard and Alicia Stannard The mother is Married Mariann. Linda Married Ives Andre Fernandez and they had three children Jeffery Ives Fernandez, Andrew Ives Fernandez and David Louis Frenandez, Deanna Lynn Stannard (UnKnown where abouts) and David Lewis Stanard married a mexican, Vera and had three children, Robin,David and Daniel.


****** FOOT NOTE: Other Married Names


John Swete was born Abt. 1504 in Devonshire, England. He married Johane Scoos.
John Swete (son of John Swete and Mary Periam) was born Abt. 1548 in Hackney, London, England, and died 03 Feb 1583
John Sweet (son of Robert or Isaac Sweet or Swete and Johanna Rainham) was born 1579 in Traine, Modbury, Devonshire, England
Benoni Sweet (son of James Sweet and Mary Greene) was born 28 Mar 1663 in Warwick, Kent, RI, and died 19 Jul 1751 in North Kingston, Washington, RI
James Sweet (son of James Sweet and Mary Sherman) was born 04 Dec 1719 in North Kingston, Washington, RI, and died 10 Feb 1792 in North Kingston, Washington, RI


Minerva Hill was born Abt. 1827 in NY. She married Henry T Stanard on 04 Dec 1844, son of William N Stannard and Elizabeth Betsey Stoddard
Hannah Sweet - 1761 in Coventry, Kent, CT and William Bradley Stannard - 03 Jul 1757 - 1758 in Saybrook, Middlesex County, CT
James Sweet - born 04 Dec 1719 in North Kingston, Washington, RI and Mercy Nichols - 11 Dec 1733 in Warwick, Kent, RI

Thomasine Sumner was born 1588 in England. She married John Stannard
Children of John Stannard and Thomasine Sumner are:
+John Stannard, b. 1610

Children of Margaret Miller and John Stannard are:
John Stonard, b. 1631, England.
+Alice Stannard, b. Bet. 1632 - 1633, England, d. Abt. 1720, Little Compton, Newport, RI.
+Joseph Stannard, b. 1635, England, d. 20 Aug 1688, Saybrook, Middlesex County, CT.

Margaret (daughter of Thomas Miller and Agnes Lambe) She married John Stannard on 12 May 1631 in St Dunstans in West London, Eng
Agnes Lambe was born 1590 in England. She married Thomas Miller.
Children of Agnes Lambe and Thomas Miller are:
+Margaret Miller,

Elizabeth Spencer (daughter of Gerard Spencer and Hannah Hills) She married Joseph Stannard

Hannah Hills (daughter of Mr. Hills and Mrs. Hills) was born 1618 Married Gerard Spencer (son of Gerard Spencer and Alice Whitbread)

Alice Whitbread (daughter of Henry Whitebread and Eleanor Whitebread). She married Gerard Spencer, son of Michael Spencer and Elizabeth Whitebread.

Henry Whitebread. He married Eleanor Whitebread. This is the earliest found record of the Families from Europe.


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