By John A. Drayton

929.3
v8i
B827i
1666/1719

p64 John Standly, Thomas Pierce

29 Jul 1732 Account of the estate of John Simons dec'd which came into the hands of Francis Beasley excr: Named within the account:
Widdow Egerton
Thos Peirce
(and others)

103. John Simons (cont'd)
16 Feb 1732/3.  John Simons' dec'd account with Jon. Michoner.  Noted was money paid to John Standly (for sd Simons) & money paid to William Stacy (for sd Simon).  On back: Proved by John Mitchener 17 Feb 1732/3.

p348

p349 Wm Stanley

Read Sundry Petitions for Patents as follows Viz:(from p347)

p349 ... Wm Stanley 560 Craven ... Simon Bright 640 Craven, Jno Harring Senior 200 Craven, Sam Harring Junior 320 Craven ... 

p377

p379 Jonathan Stanley

p379 Upon Petition ... refuses to make a returne of the survey pretending a prior Entry was with him for the sd Land by one Jonathan Stanley ...

p515

p522 Sam'll Herring, Jona Stanley

List of people:

Sam'll Herring
Jona Stanley

p1032 William Stanley Johnston

William Stanley  6 whites  Johnston County

p1035 Thomas Cox, Isaac Overman, Samuel Pike, Robert Fellows

Thomas Cox 400 Anson ... Isaac Overman 200 Bladen, Samuel Pike 350 Bladen, Robert Fellows 250 Johnston ...

p1036 William Stanley, Anthony Herring

Mr. Samuel Appeared in behalf of William Stanley and opposed the Granting of the said Petition setting forth that the said Stanley had a Warrant of a prior Date for the premises and then produced Richard Caswell as an Evidence, who being sworn and Examined in relation thereto, declared that Cade's Survey included a House and some Improvements of the said Stanleys. ...

Read the Petition of Stephen Cade for a Grant for One hundred and fifty Acres of Land in Johnston County in consequence of a Warrant duly surveyed and returned.  Mr. Swann appeared and opposed the same in behalf of Anthony Herring setting forth that the Land or great part thereof so petitioned for by Cade as aforesaid was within the Lines of the said Herrings Patent Land. . . 

p1237 William Stanly

Newbern, May 6, 1775.  Gentlemen: the enclosed arrived here about an hour past and is forwarded immediately to you and desire you will keep a copy of James Lockwood's letter and send them on as soon as possible to the Wilmington Committee.

We are gentlemen your obedient servants, 
(other names)
William Stanly

p1248

p1249 Wm Stanley, Jno Herring

Then read sundry Petitions for patents for Land Viz:
Wm Stanley 625 Johnston, Jno Herring 500 Duplin