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Thomas Stanton married Ann Lord. [Ref]
The 10 May 1666 court at Hartford requested Mr. Thomas Stanton to administer the freeman's oath to a number of inhabitants of Stonington. [Ref 2;32]
Thomas was an original member of the Church of Christ in Stonington on 3 Jun 1674. [Ref]
Children of Thomas Stanton and Ann Lord:
Samuel Stanton was was admitted to the first church in Stonington on 28 Dec 1690. [Ref] Borodel Stanton owned the covenant at the first church in Stonington on 18 Apr 1689. [Ref] Samuel's wife Borodel was admitted to the church on 5 Oct 1690. [Ref]
The 10 May 1666 court at Hartford requested Mr. Thomas Stanton to administer the freeman's oath to a number of inhabitants of Stonington, including John Stanton. [Ref 2;32] John Stanton, Sr. owned the covenant at the first church in Stonington on 18 Apr 1689. [Ref]
HANNAH LORD STANTON (1644 - 1727)
Parents: Thomas Stanton and Ann Lord [Ref, p. 27]
Hannah Lord Stanton was born in 1644. [Ref, p. 27] She died on 17 Oct 1727 in Stonington. [Ref][Ref, p. 24] Hannah Lord Stanton married Nehemiah Palmer on 20 Nov 1662 in Stonington. [Ref][Ref][Ref gives only the name][Ref, p. 24]
In 1680, Nehemiah Palmer sold land willed to his wife by her father Thomas Stanton to Jeremiah and Thomas Hatch of Scituate and Thomas Rouse of Marshfield. [Ref, p. 23]
Hannah, the wife of Nehemiah Palmer, was admitted to the first church in Stonington on 24 Feb 1689. [Ref]
On 23 Apr 1706, Nehemiah Palmer deeded half of the land where he lived to his son Daniel and half to his son Joseph; he gave two acres of salt marsh to his son Nehemiah. His wife was to own the old house and have one third of the income from the farm; the three sons were to care for her. [Ref, p. 23]
On April 10, 1717, Hannah, the widow of Nehemiah Palmer, gave a deed "to my son and daughter, Ichabod and Hannah Palmer, of all the goods and chattels in the house of my son Daniel Palmer, which were left to me by my late deceased husband, together with one-third of the housings, lands, barns, orchards, to be theirs henceforth." [Ref, p. 24]
DOROTHY STANTON (b. abt 1652 - 1743)
Parents: Thomas Stanton and Ann Lord
Dorothy Stanton was born about 1652. She died on 19 Jan 1742/3 in Stonington. [Ref] She married Rev. James Noyes 2 on 11 Sep 1674. [Ref] Her gravestone, next to her husband's, in the ancient cemetery in Stonington says: In Memory of/Dorothy ye wife of/ye Reverd Mr. James/Noyes Deceased/who died Janry/ye 19th 1742/3/in ye 91st year of/her/age. [Ref]
Mrs. Dorothy Noyes was admitted to the first church in Stonington on 13 Jun 1675. [Ref]
Leavitt, Emily Wilder, Groups of Palmer Families from Walter Palmer of Charlestown and Rehoboth, Mass., Stonington, Conn., Privately printed by David Clapp & Sons, Boston, MA, 1901.
No Author, History of the First Congregational Church, Stonington, Conn., 1674-1874 with the Report of the Bi-centennial Proceedings, June 3, 1874, Richard A. Wheeler, T. A. David and Co., Norwich, 1875.
No author, The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut, Hartford, Brown & Parsons, 1850-1890.
Stanton, William A., A Record, Genealogical, Biographical, Statistical, of Thomas Stanton, of Connecticut, and his descendents, 1635-1891, Albany: J. Munsell, 1891.
White, Lorraine Cook, ed., The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Vol. 1-55, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1994-2002.