Person:Jonathan Stanhope (2)

Jonathan Stanhope
b.Abt 1632
  • HJonathan StanhopeAbt 1632 - 1702
  • W.  Susannah Ayers (add)
m. 16 Apr 1656
  1. Jonathan Stanhope1656 - Bef 1681
  2. Sarah Stanhope1658 -
  3. Hannah StanhopeAbt 1660 -
  4. Joseph Stanhope1662 -
  5. Jemima Stanhope1665 -
  6. Mary Stanhope1667/68 -
  7. Rebecca Stanhope1670 -
  • HJonathan StanhopeAbt 1632 - 1702
  • WSarah Griffin1642 - Abt 1695
m. 11 May 1674
  1. Isaac Stanhope1675 - 1723
  2. Jonathan Stanhope1681 - 1681
m. Aft 1694
Facts and Events
Name[5] Jonathan Stanhope
Gender Male
Birth[1][3] Abt 1632
Marriage 16 Apr 1656 Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Susannah Ayers (add)
Marriage 11 May 1674 Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Sarah Griffin
Marriage Aft 1694 to Mary Parmenter
Death[2][3][4] 22 Oct 1702 Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Burial[3] Wayland, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
  1. Publications of the Prince Society. (Boston: Prince Society)
    Vol. 5, p. 106.

    22 Mar 1688-9: ... Jonathan Stanhope, aged about 57 years ... do witness, that ...

  2. Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Sudbury, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1903)
    p. 326.

    STANHOPE, Jonathan, Ens, [died] Oct. 22, 1702.

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Wayland, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital records of Wayland, Massachusetts, to the year 1850. (Boston, Mass: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1910)
    p. 159.

    STANHOPE, Jonathan, [died] Oct. 22, 1702, a. 70. GR1
    [Note: GR1=North Cemetery]

  4. Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Middlesex County, MA: Probate File Papers, 1648-1871. (American Ancestors, 2014)
    Case 21174 Jonathan Stanhope 1702.

    Will of "Jonathan Stanhop ... being very Sick and weak in body", dateds 28 May 1702, proved 23 Nov 1702, names wife Mary; son Isaac; Isaac's sister Sarah Stanhop; daughter Jemimah Rutter; Isaac's sister Mary Stanhop; daughter Rebeca Hemenway; son Joseph Stanhop; wife's youngest son Thomas Burt. Deco[n] Joseph Noice and Brother Beniamen Parmenter and cousen Tho's Drury committee to divide moveable estate.
    3 Nov 1702: Inventory of Ensine Jonathan Stanhope who decesed Octo the 21 1702: not totaled, by Joseph Noyes, Peter King, Richard Moore.
    8 Nov 1703: Receipt of ye Children of Jonathan Stanhope late of Sudbury for their potion: signed by Hannah Jenning, Mary Stanhope, Joshua Hemenway, Thomas Rutter, Sarah Stanhope.
    20 Nov 1703: Receipt of John Burt guardian for Thomas Burt of my brother in law Isaac Stanhope for what was given my brother Thomas Burt by my father in law Ensign Jonathan Stanhope late of Sudbury deceased. Similar receipt of Joseph Stanhope.
    23 Nov 1702: Bond of Joseph Stanhope and Isaac Stanhope sons of Jonath'n Stanhope late of Sudbury dec'd as adm'rs of Jonathan Stanhope late of Sudbury not having name an exec'r in his will.

  5. Source:Barry, William. History of Framingham, Massachusetts, p. 394, incorrectly says son Jonathan m. 1674 Sarah Griffin and had sons Isaac and Jonathan. The father Jonathan's will shows Isaac belonged to the father, and since Isaac's mother was Sarah, that this was the father's 2nd wife, not the wife of the son. Thus the alleged son Jonathan died young (since the father had a second son Jonathan by wife Sarah), so did not marry, and the fsecond son Jonathan also died, accounting for no such son or heirs of such a son being named in the will. His widow was Mary, her son Thomas Buck also named, showing the father married a third time as well.