The Pioners of Massachusetts, A Descriptive List

Drawn from Records of the Colonies, Towns and Churches, and other Contemporaneous Documents

Page 430-431

Stanley, Standly, Stanleck, Standish, Staddige

Christopher, tailor ae. 82, with wife Susanna, ae. 31, came in the Elizabeth and Ann in April 1635.  Settled at Boston; frm. June 2, 1641.  Wife Susanna adm. chh. 23 (4) 1639; ch. Rebecca, (m. Robert Lord.) Martha, (m. Richard Thurston).

He d. 27 (1) 1646; will dated 27 (1) 1646, prob. 19 (1) 1649, beg. a house and certain land to Richard and George Benet; to Sarah, dau. of Rev. John Cotton, and Mary, dau. of Rev. John Wilson; to the church and Free School of Boston to each of the teaching elders of Boston and their wives a pair of gloves; residue to wife Susan.  The widow m. William Phillips.  

John d. intestate on the way to New England; the Court ordered, 3 March, 1634-5, that his bro. Thomas S. should have part of the est. in trust and bring up the son John; his bro. Timothy S. should have the remainder, and bring up the dau. Ruth.  A third child d. soon after the father. (Col. Rec.)



by Charles Henry Pope

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