Stutely Stafford

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     Stutely Stafford was born.1 He married Rebecca Doty, daughter of Joseph Doty and Lucretia Geesje deLong, on 2 April 1780 at Vermont, USA.2
Last Edited31 Dec 2012

Citations

  1. [S65] Unknown author, Book, Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs, Volume 1
    Lewis Publishing Company, 1911
    Cuyler Reynolds, Editor
    Page 474

    VIII The Stafford Line

    John and Thomas Stafford, younger sons of Lord Stafford of Staffordshire, England, came to the American colonies in a vessel of their own and settled at Scituate, Rhode Island.

    Both married. Thomas married Mary Cleveland and moved to Stephentown, New York, thence to Danby, Vermont, later to Plattsburg, New York.

    Children: Rowland, Palmer, John, Deborah, Stutely, Nancy, Joseph, and Francis.

    Stutely, son of Thomas and Mary Cleveland Stafford, married (her second husband) Rebecca Doty Irish, April 2, 1780. She was then twenty one years of age had been a widow nearly three years and had been the wife of John Irish nearly five years.
  2. [S65] Unknown author, Book, Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs, Volume 1
    Lewis Publishing Company, 1911
    Cuyler Reynolds, Editor
    Page 474

    She married Stutely Stafford April 2, 1780. They lived at Danby, later in Wallingford, Vermont.

    By her first marriage [John Irish] she had Lucretia, Joseph, and Rhoda Irish; by her second marriage she had Merriam, Nancy, Palmer, Ormond, Holden, Marbury, Sylvia, John, and Mercy.