Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v4p163

Volume 4, Page 163

acco. 1671, is on the list of freem. 1669, and his d. Eunice m. 7 Dec.
1693, Nathaniel Stoddard. He d. 1692, aged 80, and Susanna, his w.
d. the same yr. aged 68. Perhaps she was sec. w. but prob. mo. of
Eunice. He had, also, s. Thomas, and perhaps more ch.

    STANDLAKE, DANIEL, Scituate 1636, bur. 7 May 1638, leav. only s.
Richard and a d. Prob. he d. sudden, for his will was nuncup. See
Geneal, Reg. IV. 36 His d. d. next yr. RICHARD, Scituate, ony s. of
Daniel m. 1677, Lydia, wid. of Jeremiah Barstow. Deane says the
name has bec. Stanley, prob. by degr.

    STANDY, ROBERT, a passeng. from London 1635, aged 22, in the
Elizabeth and Ann, whose setting down is unkn.

    STANFORD, ROBERT, Marshfield, m. 22 Jan. 1680 wid. Mary Williamson,
had, perhaps, been of Scituate 1670, and at M. had Robert, b.
1693, and prob. others.

    STANHOPE, STANAPE or STANUP, JONATHAN, Sudbury, m. at Charlestown,
16 Apr. 1656, Susanna Ayer, had Jonathan, b. 2 Feb. foll.;
Sarah, 25 Mar. 1658; Hannah; Joseph, 13 Sept. 1662; Jemima, 1665;
Mary, 1667; and Rebecca, 1670; and he d. 25 Oct. 1702, aged 70.
JONATHAN, Sudbury, s. of the preced. m. 11 May 1674, Sarah Griffin,
had Isaac, b. 1675; and Jonathan, d. young. JOSEPH, Sudbury, br. of
the preced. m. 1 Jan. 1685, Hannah Bradish, prob. d. of Joseph, had
Susanna, b. 1685; Jonathan, 1687; Jemima, 1691; and Isaac, 1696.

call. Stannion, a glover, passeng. in the Planter from London 1635, was
of Exeter 1644, one of so much distinct. as to be empow. by the Gen.
Ct. of Mass. next yr. to decide small controv.

    STANIFORD or STANIFORTH, JOHN, Ipswich, m. bef. 1680, Margaret,
d. of Thomas Harris, had prob. ch. for the name was long kn. there.
THOMAS, Concord 1644, of wh. I have nothing, exc. a suggest. on
Farmer's interleav. copy, that he may have been at Casco 1658.
THOMAS, Charlestwon, had David, Richard, Rebecca, and Elizabeth all bapt.
19 Aug. 1688, when he ent. into convenant with that ch. and is styl. "the
blind man," wh. was suffic. descript. at the time, it may be, tho. for our distant
day, it would have been equally good, had we got the name of the mo.
Of those ch. the ages were 8, 5, 2, and 1; and aft. he had bapt. Samuel,
8 June 1690; and Martha, 26 Feb. 1693. Perhaps this was the same as
Stanford, for so Morton, th min. of C. wrote it, but as he was lately
come from Eng. it is uncert. Wid. Sarah S. d. at C. 11 Dec. 1707.

    STANLEY, or STANDLEY, CALEB, Hartford, s. of Timothy, eldest
that liv. to adult yrs. freem. 1665, was serj. 1669, and a capt. in later
yrs. m. a. 1665, Hannah, d. of John Cowles, by wh. was b. Hannah, 13
Oct. 1666; Elizabeth 24 Oct. 1669, wh. m. William Pitkin the sec. He had