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Sarah Stanley (Scott), of Farmington

Birthdate:
Birthplace: England
Death: Died in Farmington, Connecticut Colony
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Thomas Scott, of Hartford and Ann Ford
Wife of Capt. John Stanley
Mother of John Stanley; Daughter Stanley; Thomas Stanley; Sarah Gaylord; Timothy Standley and 3 others
Sister of Thomas Scott, of Farmington; Elizabeth Loomis, of Hartford; Edmond Scott and Mary Porter, of Farmington
Half sister of Ann Leonard

Occupation: m. 12/5/1645 to John Stanley
Managed by: (D) James Richard Marsh
Last Updated:

About Sarah Stanley, of Farmington

  • Sarah Scott Stanley
  • Birth: 1626, England
  • Death: unknown
  • SARAH SCOTT, 2nd daughter of Thomas & Ann (____) Scott, was born say 1626.
  • She married at Hartford 5 December 1645 John Stanley, son of JOHN STANLEY {1634, Unknown}
  • Family links:
  • Parents:
  • Thomas Scott (1597 - 1643)
  • Ann Strott/Strutt Scott Ford (1590 - 1675)
  • Spouse:
  • John Stanley*
  • Siblings:
  • Edmund Scott (1622 - 1690)**
  • Thomas Scott (1622 - ____)*
  • Mary Scott Porter (1624 - ____)*
  • Sarah Scott Stanley (1626 - ____)
  • Elizabeth Scott Loomis (1628 - 1696)*
  • Ann Ford Newberry (1657 - ____)**
  • *Calculated relationship
  • **Half-sibling
  • Burial: Unknown
  • Find A Grave Memorial# 80734109
  • From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=80734109

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Thomas Scott, was an original proprietor; his home-lot in 1639 was on the road from the Meeting House to the Landing, now State St., and also extended some distance on Front St. Hinman says that in 1635-6 he kept a bridge over brick-hill brook, at five shillings per annum. He was one of those appointed by the General Court, Jan. 16, 1639, “to view those parts by' Vnxis Sepus' (Farmington), which may be suitable for a plantation.” He d. Nov. 6, 1643, by accident, “John Ewe by misadventure was the cause,” and he was sentenced to pay £l0 to the widow, and £3 to the county. Inv. f174. 12. 4. His widow, Ann, m. Nov. 7, 1644, Thomas Ford, of Windsor, and d. at Northampton, May 5, 1675.-Ch.: i. Elizabeth, b. about 1625; m. Feb. 6, 1648, Dea. John Loomis, of Windsor; d. May 7, 1696. ii. Thomas, d. 1657. iv. Mary, m. Nov. 7, 1644, Robert Porter, of Farmington. v. Sarah, m. Dec. 15, 1645, John Stanley (q. v.), of Farmington; d. June 26, 1661. VOL. 1.-17.

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THIS HAS CONFUSED TWO THOMAS SCOTT'S, THE HUSBAND OF ELIZABETH DIED IN IPSWICH, MASSACHUSETTS, HE DID NOT LIVE IN HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, THE SON THOMAS WHO MARRIED MARGARET HUBBARD IS THE SON OF THOMAS & ELIZABETH SCOTT.

Biographical Summary:

Thomas Scott, embarked about" the last of April," 1634, in the "Elizabeth," of (and at) Ipswich, age 40, with wife Elizabeth (40), children, Elizabeth (age 9), Abigail (age 7), Thomas (age 6); with him were Thomas Kilbourne, Robert Day, etc. He was admitted freeman, Massachusetts, March 4, 1634-5. Removed to Hartford with the first settlers, and was an original proprietor; his home-lot in 1639 was on the road from the Meeting House to the Landing, now State St., and also extended some distance on Front St. Hinman says that in 1635-6 he kept a bridge over brick-hill brook, at five shillings per annum. He was one of those appointed by the General Court, Jan. 16,1639, "to view those parts by' Vnxis Sepus' (Farmington), which may be suitable for a plantation." He died November 6, 1643, by accident, "John Ewo by misadventure was the cause," and he was sentenced to pay £10 to the widow, and £5 to then county, inventory £174. 12. 4. His widow, Ann, married November 7, 1644, Thomas Ford, of Windsor, and died at Northampton, May 5, 1675.

Children:

i. Elizabeth, born about 1625; married February 6, 1648, Deacon John Loomis, of Windsor; died May 7, 1696.

ii. Abigail, born about 1627.

iii. Thomas, born about 1628; settled at Stamford; married at Ipswich, Massachusetts, Margaret, daughter of William Hubbard; died 1657.

iv. Mary, married November 7, 1644, Robert Porter, of Farmington.

v. Sarah, married December 15, 1645, John Stanley (q. v.), of Farmington; died June 20, 1661.

SOURCE: James Hammond Trumbull, editor, The memorial history of Hartford County, Connecticut, 1633-1884, Volume 1 (Boston, Massachusetts: Edward L. Osgood, 1886), page 257. Retrieved: 3 May 2011 from Google Books

https://archive.org/details/memorialhistoryo01trum https://archive.org/stream/memorialhistoryo01trum#page/257/mode/1up ______________________________

Notes

"John Standly (sic) Sen. joyned (sic) to Farmington church. July 12/1653 and with him his sons John and Thomas and also his daughter Sarah. His wife Sarah Standly (sic) daughter of Thomas Scott. Joyned (sic) to the church. July 12, 1653."

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Sarah Stanley, of Farmington's Timeline

1626
1626
England
1640
1640
Age 14
Topsfield, Essex, MA
1647
November 4, 1647
Age 21
Hartford, Connecticut Colony
1649
November 1, 1649
Age 23
Farmington, Connecticut, United States
1649
Age 23
Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut
1651
February 18, 1651
Age 25
Farmington, Connecticut Colony
1654
May 17, 1654
Age 28
Hartford, Connecticut Colony
1660
September 22, 1660
Age 34
Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, USA