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Thomas Stanley, 1st Baron Stanley
b.in or before 1405
d.11 Feb 1458/59
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Name[1] Thomas Stanley, 1st Baron Stanley
Gender Male
Birth[6] in or before 1405
Marriage 1427 Lathom, Lancashire, Englandto Joan Goushill
Alt Marriage ABT 1433 Of, , Lancashire, Englandto Joan Goushill
Death[6] 11 Feb 1458/59
Burial? Burscough Priory, Lancashire


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Sir Thomas Stanley, 1st Baron Stanley, titular King of Mann, KG (c. 1405 – 11 or 20 February 1459), of Lathom and Knowsley, Lancashire, was a Privy Councillor, Comptroller of the Royal Household, Lieutenant-Governor of Ireland (1431–36), Chief Steward of the Duchy of Lancaster, Knight of the Shire for Lancashire, Constable & Justice of Chester, Chamberlain of North Wales, Lord Chamberlain (1455), and from 15 January 1456 was summoned by Writ to Parliament as Lord Stanley.

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  5.   Ormerod, George; Peter Leycester; William Smith; William Webb; and Thomas Helsby. The history of the county palatine and city of Chester: compiled from original evidences in public offices, the Harleian and Cottonian mss., parochial registers, private muniments, unpublished ms. collections of successive Cheshire antiquaries, and a personal survey of every township in the county, incorporated with a republication of King's Vale royal and Leycester's Cheshire antiquities. (London: G. Routledge, 1882), Volume 3 page 577.

    ob. 38 Hen.6

  6. 6.0 6.1 Cokayne, George Edward, and Vicary Gibbs; et al. The complete peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, extant, extinct, or dormant [2nd ed.]. (London: St. Catherine Press, 1910-59), XII/1 pages 250 and 251.
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