Stanton genealogy, 1635-1822 : traced from the first Thomas Stanton in Connecticut, who was the common progenitor of direct lineage to Hannah Stanton Wells, born February 24, 1746 at Westerly, Rhode Island : for other Stantons, reference may be had to Thomas Stanton of Connecticut and his descendants, 1635-1891, by William A. Stanton ... Albany, New York ... 1891

Arthur M. Cobleigh
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1965
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm made of typescript (8 leaves) prepared in 1964 by Arthur M. Cobleigh, Providence, Rhode Island.

Includes indexes.

Includes Babcock, Champlin, Crandall, Gallup, Long, Thompson and related families.

Thomas Stanton (d.1676) immigrated in 1635 from England (via Virginia) to Boston, Massachusetts, joining the group of Rev. Thomas Hooker en route. They settled at Hartford, Connecticut, and he married Ann Lord in 1637, moving to Stonington, Connecticut. Descendants and relatives lived in Connecticut, Rhode Island and elsewhere.

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