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Text:"... descends from Sarah^ daughter of Mrs. Stanton ; and the fourth descends from Mrs. Ann (Lord) Stanton both paternally and maternally. Ann Lords husband was the well known and distinguished Indian Interpreter..."
Date:1892
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Text:"... IN THE LINE OF ANNLORD, DAUGHTER OF THOMAS LORD, THE SETTLER. SECOND GENERATION. III. AnnLord was married to Thomas Stanton, first of Hartfoi-d, Conn., afterwards of Stonington, in the same State, about 1637..."
Date:1856
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Text:"... IN THE LINE OF ANNLORD, DAUGHTER OF THOMAS LORD, THE SETTLER. SECOND GENERATION. in. AnnLord was married to Thomas Stanton, first of Hartford, Conn., afterwards of Stonington, in the same State, about 1637..."
Date:1856
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Text:"... charge in Hartford. Wethersfield, Windsor, and other towns in that section were fixed in the license, a salary of fifteen pounds to be paid by the county. AnnStanton spent her last days with her daughter..."
Date:1913
Place:England
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Text:"..., 1685. He m., Jan. 30, 1675, Sarah Stanton; she was b. about 1655, dau. Thomas and AnnStanton, who went to Virginia in 1635, at the age of twenty. He m. AnnLord, b. in 1621, dau. Thomas Lord..."
Date:Between 1500 and 1881
Publication place:Cleveland, Ohio, USA
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Text:"... was the first on the roll. He died December 2, 1677, and was buried in the family burial ground between Stonington and Westerly. He married AnnLord, born in England, daughter of Dr. Thomas and Dorothy Lord. Her..."
Date:1913
Place:England
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Text:"... charge in Hartford. Wethersfield. \\indsor, and other towns in that section were fixed in the license. a salary of fifteen pounds to be paid by the county. AnnStanton spent her last days with her daughter..."
Date:1913
Place:England
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Text:"... their fathers ability to speak the Indian dialects, and were in much demand as interpreters. Children of Thomas and Ann (Lord) Stanton : Thomas, born 1638, married Sarah Denison, died April 11, 1718. John, born..."
Date:Between 1650 and 1900
Publication place:Norwich, Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... of the church at Stonington, June 3, [674, and his name was the first on the roll. He died December 2, 1677, and was buried in the family burial ground between Stonington and Westerly. He married AnnLord, born..."
Date:1913
Place:England
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Text:"... their fathers ability to speak the Indian dialects, and were in much demand as interpreters. Children of Thomas and Ann (Lord) Stanton : Thomas, born 1638, married Sarah Denison, died April 11, 1718. John, born..."
Date:Between 1650 and 1900
Publication place:Norwich, Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... married (second-) William Denison; three children. 10. Samuel, born 1657: married Borodell Denison, June 16, 1680; three children. (II) Captain John, second son of Thomas and Ann (Lord) Stanton, was born..."
Date:1911
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"...ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BIOGRAPHY (II) Joseph, son of Thomas and Ann (Lord) Stanton, was born in 1646, and resided in Stonington. In 1699 he was appointed assistant magistrate to hold court in New London..."
Date:1917
Place:Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... of Thomas Lprd and Dorothy Lord, and brother to AnnLordStanton, was called Captain, having organized the first Troop of Cavalry in Connecticut. He was a leading merchant of Hartford and occupies a prominent..."
Date:1922
Publication place:Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... of Thomas Lprd and Dorothy Lord, and brother to AnnLordStanton, was called Captain, having organized the first Troop of Cavalry in Connecticut. He was a leading merchant of Hartford and occupies a prominent..."
Date:1922
Publication place:Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... of Thomas Lprd and Dorothy Lord, and brother to AnnLordStanton, was called Captain, having organized the first Troop of Cavalry in Connecticut. He was a leading merchant of Hartford and occupies a prominent..."
Date:1922
Publication place:Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA
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Tim and Rachel Janzen Family, managed by Tim Janzen
Birth:Place
Death:1687 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Siblings:Thankful (Shepard) (born Lord) and names of 8 more siblings
Husband:Name of husband
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Donahue Web Site, managed by Bernie Donahue
Birth:Day Month 1614 - Place
Death:1688 - Place
Husband:Name of husband
Children:Thomas Stanton and names of 7 more children
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Rice Web Site, managed by Craig Rice
Birth:1621 - Place
Death:1688 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Siblings:Thank Ye (Thankful) Lord and names of 13 more siblings
Husband:Name of husband
Children:Thomas Stanton and names of 9 more children
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cOLONIAL in Saastamoinen Web Site, managed by ROBERT Saastamoinen
Birth:1621 - Place
Death:1688 - Place
Husband:Name of husband
Children:Thomas Stanton and names of 9 more children
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remington in Remington Family Web Site, managed by sally remington
Birth:1614
Death:1688
Husband:Name of husband
Son:Name of son