Person:Jesse Stanley (34)

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Jesse Mercer STANLEY
m. 25 Oct 1814
  1. Lewis T STANLEY1815 - 1896
  2. William Lucius STANLEY1816 - 1883
  3. Joshua Martin STANLEY1818 - 1875
  4. David M STANLEYEst 1820 - Bef 1869
  5. Rebecca Ann STANLEY1823 - 1912
  6. Fatima Jane STANLEY1825 - 1912
  7. John Wheeler STANLEY1827 - 1862
  8. Jesse Mercer STANLEY1829 - 1896
  9. Martha E STANLEY1831 - 1893
  10. Benjamin Franklin STANLEY, IIEst 1832 -
  11. Nancy F STANLEY1834 -
  12. Benson STANLEYEst 1847 - 1847
m. Bet 13 Nov 1850 and 26 Nov 1850
  1. Miles Francis Stanley, I1851 - 1935
  2. Benjamin Franklin STANLEY, III1854 - 1942
  3. Alfred Washington Stanley1855 - 1943
  4. Julie P STANLEYEst 1859 - Aft 1860
  5. John E STANLEYEst 1861 - Aft 1880
  6. Lula J. Stanley1865 - 1915
  7. Brazora STANLEY1868 - 1902
  8. Lona Adelaide STANLEY1869 - 1919
Facts and Events
Name Jesse Mercer STANLEY
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][14] 15 May 1829 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama_PROOF: proven
Marriage Bet 13 Nov 1850 and 26 Nov 1850 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama_PROOF: proven
to Martha Jane Chappell
Census[4] 26 Nov 1850 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama_PROOF: proven _SHAR: ROLE: spouse District 2
Census[5] 1855 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama_PROOF: proven
Other[6][15] 1 Jun 1858 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama239.13 acres _PROOF: proven Fed Land Warrant
Other[6] 2 Jul 1860 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama79.855 acres _PROOF: proven Fed Land Warrant
Other[7] 15 Aug 1860 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama_PROOF: proven Slave Owner Western Division
Census[8][16] 17 Aug 1860 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama_PROOF: proven _SHAR: ROLE: spouse _SHAR: ROLE: child North River PO
Other[9][10][17] 7 Apr 1863 Fayette County, AlabamaCo I, 56th Alabama Partisan Rangers, CSA _PROOF: proven Military Service Mississippi, Alabama
Other[11] 18 Jul 1867 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama_PROOF: proven Voter Reg Precinct 2
Census[12] 28 Jun 1870 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama_PROOF: proven _SHAR: ROLE: spouse _SHAR: ROLE: child _SHAR: ROLE: sibling New Lexington PO
Census[13] 22 Jun 1880 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama_PROOF: proven _SHAR: ROLE: spouse _SHAR: ROLE: child New Lexington PO
Death[3] 26 Dec 1896 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama_PROOF: proven
Burial[3] Est 26 Dec 1896 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama_PROOF: proven Secondary date: 27 DEC 1896 Sterling Cemetery

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References
  1. None given, A Memorial and Biographical History of Johnson and Hill Counties, Texas (Chicago: The Lewis Publis
    pg 578.

    "...Jesse M Stanley, who was born in the same place (Tuscaloosa county, Alabama) in 1829." _TMPLT:
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    VALUE: pg 578 _QUAL:
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  2. Florence John Guttery, Stanley and Kindred Families (Jasper, Alabama: n.p., 1964)..

    _TMPLT:
    FIELD:
    Name: Page _QUAL:
    _SOUR: O
    _INFO: S
    _EVID: D

  3. 3.0 3.1 , Sterling Cemetery, Tuscaloosa (Tuscaloosa), Alabama.
    Jesse M Stanley; from Find-A-Grave.

    _TMPLT:
    FIELD:
    Name: Name
    VALUE: Jesse M Stanley
    FIELD:
    Name: Section
    FIELD:
    Name: Remarks
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    _SOUR: O
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  4. United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M432)
    Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: District 2, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Roll: M432_16; Page: 222A; Image: 171.

    _TMPLT:
    FIELD:
    Name: Page
    VALUE: Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: District 2, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Roll: M432_16; Page: 222A; Image: 171. _QUAL:
    _SOUR: O
    _INFO: P
    _EVID: D

  5. "Alabama State Census, 1820-1866," database, Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com/: accessed ), ; citi
    Jesse M Stanley; page 61.

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    FIELD:
    Name: ItemOfInterest
    VALUE: Jesse M Stanley
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    VALUE: page 61 _QUAL:
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  6. 6.0 6.1 ; United States of America Bureau of Land Management "General Land Office Records," digital images, U S Depart
    Jesse M Stanley; accessed, downloaded; 8 January 2006.

    _TMPLT:
    FIELD:
    Name: ItemOfInterest
    VALUE: Jesse M Stanley
    FIELD:
    Name: AccessType
    VALUE: accessed, downloaded
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    Name: AccessDate
    VALUE: 8 January 2006 _QUAL:
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  7. "1860 United States Federal Census- Slave Schedules," database, Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com/:
    Source Information:Ancestry.com. 1860 U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedules [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.

    owned 3 slaves, apparently a family, male- age 33, female- age 33, female- age 9 _TMPLT:
    FIELD:
    Name: Page
    VALUE: Source Information:Ancestry.com. 1860 U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedules [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004. _QUAL:
    _SOUR: O
    _INFO: P
    _EVID: D

  8. United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M653)
    Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Western Division, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Roll: M653_25; Page: 755; Image: 767; Family History Library Film: 803025.

    _TMPLT:
    FIELD:
    Name: Page
    VALUE: Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Western Division, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Roll: M653_25; Page: 755; Image: 767; Family History Library Film: 803025. _QUAL:
    _SOUR: O
    _INFO: P
    _EVID: D

  9. None given, A Memorial and Biographical History of Johnson and Hill Counties, Texas (Chicago: The Lewis Publis
    p.578.

    "...was in the Confederate army in Colonel Boyle's Regiment, Johnston's Army, and served in Mississippi and Georgia..." _TMPLT:
    FIELD:
    Name: Page
    VALUE: p.578 _QUAL:
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  10. Fold3, "Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Alabama
    accessed, downloaded; 9 May 2008; Jesse M Stanley service records.

    _TMPLT:
    FIELD:
    Name: AccessType
    VALUE: accessed, downloaded
    FIELD:
    Name: AccessDate
    VALUE: 9 May 2008
    FIELD:
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    VALUE: Jesse M Stanley service records
    FIELD:
    Name: CreditLine
    FIELD:
    Name: Annotation _QUAL:
    _SOUR: O
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  11. "Alabama 1867 Voter Registration Records Database," digital image, Alabama Department of Archives and History,
    accessed, downloaded; 27 January 2006; Stanley, Jesse M.

    _TMPLT:
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    VALUE: accessed, downloaded
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    VALUE: 27 January 2006
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    VALUE: Stanley, Jesse M _QUAL:
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    _EVID: D

  12. United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publications M593 and T132)
    Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: New Lexington, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Roll: M593_43; Page: 229A; Image: 24; Family History Library Film: 545542.

    _TMPLT:
    FIELD:
    Name: Page
    VALUE: Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: New Lexington, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Roll: M593_43; Page: 229A; Image: 24; Family History Library Film: 545542. _QUAL:
    _SOUR: O
    _INFO: P
    _EVID: D

  13. United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T9)
    Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: New Lexington, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Roll: 33; Family History Film: 1254033; Page: 514C; Enumeration District: 151; Image: 0631.

    _TMPLT:
    FIELD:
    Name: Page
    VALUE: Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: New Lexington, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Roll: 33; Family History Film: 1254033; Page: 514C; Enumeration District: 151; Image: 0631. _QUAL:
    _SOUR: O
    _INFO: P
    _EVID: D

  14. per Stanley and Kindred Families:
    Son of Benjamin P. Stanley and Nancy (Thomas) b May
    15, 1829, Tuscaloosa, d Dec. 26, 1896. He served in
    the Civil War; was one of the leading merchants in
    Tuscaloosa for many years, later removed to Berry, Ala,
    where he continued to operate a general store, m Martha
    J. Chappell, dau of Miles and Prisilla Parker Chappell. - Martha b May 29, 1831 in Fayette Co., Ala. , d Sept. 20,
    1909, both buried in Sterling Church Cemetery also known
    as Bethlehem in Tuscaloosa Co. Their children:
    I. Miles Francis
    II. Benjamin Franklin
    III . Alfred Washington
    IV. Brazora
    V. Lula J.
    VI. Lona Adelaide and John Stanley
  15. Land Patent Details
    Accession Nr: AL2790__.229     Document Type: State Volume Patent     State: Alabama     Issue Date: 6/1/1858     Cancelled: No

    Names On Document   Miscellaneous Information
    STANLEY, JESSE M   Land Office: Tuscaloosa
      US Reservations: No
      Mineral Reservations: No
      Tribe: ---
      Militia: ---
      State In Favor Of: ---
    Military Rank: ---   Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)
     
    Document Numbers   Survey Information
    Document Nr: 29490   Total Acres: 239.13
    Misc. Doc. Nr: ---   Survey Date: ---
    BLM Serial Nr: AL NO S/N   Geographic Name: ---
    Indian Allot. Nr: ---   Metes/Bounds: No
     
    Land Descriptions
    State Meridian Twp - Rng Aliquots Section Survey # County
    ALHuntsville017S - 010WE½NW¼27 Tuscaloosa
    ALHuntsville017S - 010WW½NE¼27 Tuscaloosa
    ALHuntsville017S - 010WW½SE¼27 Tuscaloosa
  16. enumerated "Alice W (female)", believed to be Alfred W
  17. per Ancestry.com:
    Name: Jesse M. Stanley
    Company: I
    Unit: 56 Alabama Partisan Rangers,
    Rank - Induction: Private
    Rank - Discharge: Private
    Allegiance: Confederate
    Notes: J M Stanley 13 Battn Ala P R


    56th Alabama Cavalry, Partisan Rangers

    The 56th Alabama Cavalry Regiment, Partisan Rangers, was made up of two battalions (13th and 15th), commanded by Majors William Boyles (15th Battalion) and William A. Hewlett (13th Battalion)and which had been in service several months. The men were recruited from the counties of Autauga, Butler, Mobile, Montgomery, and Walker. Thus organized in the summer of 1863, the 56th operated in north Mississippi for some time under Gen'l Daniel Ruggles. It was there brigaded under Gen'l Samuel W. Ferguson and sent to north Georgia. It served on the flank of the army during the Dalton-Atlanta campaign, and it saw arduous duty. The regiment moved with Gen'l John Bell Hood to the Tennessee, then it turned and harassed Union Gen'l William T. Sherman. It was in the trenches of Savannah and operated near Augusta. It moved into the Carolinas and was surrendered at Greensboro, 26 April 1865, about 150 strong.
    Field and staff officers: Col. William Boyles (Mobile); Lt. Cols. William A. Hewlett (Walker; resigned, 16 Feb 1864); Arthur Warren Debardelaben (Autauga; resigned, 13 June 1864); and William F. Martin (Mobile); Majors Arthur Warren Debardelaben (promoted); William F. Martin (promoted); Thomas D. Hall (Augauga); and Adjutant Augustine I. Sykes; and David H. Boyles.