Samuel Stanton

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  • Name  Samuel Stanton 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  Yes, date unknown 
    Person ID  I1351  Main
    Last Modified  29 Dec 2013 

    Father  George Stanton,   b. Bef 1755,   d. Between Jul 1826 and Oct 1827 
    Family ID  F412  Group Sheet

  • Documents
    1827 George Stanton Will Probated
    1827 George Stanton Will Probated
    The People of the State of Newyork, by the Grace of God Free and Independent: To all to whom these presents shall come or may concern send Greeting. Know ye that at Goshen in the County of Orange on the thirty first day of October [31 Oct] instant before David H. Tuthill Surrogate of our said County of Orange, the last will and testament of George Stanton late of the town of NewBurgh in the said County or Orange deceased (a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) was proved and is not approved and allowed of by us and the said deceased having whilst he lived and at the time of his death goods chattels or credits within this State by means whereof the proving and registering the said will and the granting administration of all and singular the said goods chattels and credits and also the auditing allowing and final discharging the account thereof doth belong to us; the administration of all and singular, the goods chattels & credits of the said deceased and any way concerning his will is granted unto Isaac Wood one of the Executors in the said will named he being, first duly sworn will and faithfully to administer the same and to make and exhibit a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the said goods chattels and credits and also to render a just and true account when thereunto required. In testimony whereof we have caused the seal of Office of our said Surrogate to be hereunto affixed. Witness Daniel H. Tuthill Esquire Surrogate of our said County of Orange the thirty first day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven [31 Oct 1827] and of our Independence the fifty second.       Daniel H. Tuthill
          In the name of God Amen. I George Stanton of the Town of NewBurgh in the County of Orange and State of New York being weak in body but of sound mind and memory blessed God do make & publish this my last will and testament In manner and form following. And first I give and bequeath my soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it me and for my body to the earth from whence it came hopeing[sic] through the death and suffering of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to have a joyful resurrection, and for such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bestow on me I dispose of the same in the following manner and first I order and direct that all my Real estate be equally divided between my daughter Philena Belknap my son Samuel Stanton and Catherine Stanton widow of Richard Stanton deceased
    Source: Orange County NY Surrogate Court, Liber of Wills, Book H, Page 349
    1827 George Stanton Will Probated
    1827 George Stanton Will Probated
    my son Samuel's third part to remain in the hands of my executors for his benefit and they the said executors dispose of it to Samuel as they may think fit and proper for his support and comfort and in case my son Samuel should die before my daughter Philena Belknap, his third part to go to Philena Belknap in case Catherine Stanton should marry again her third part to go to James Stanton son of Catherine Stanton. My personal property to be divided into three equal parts, between my son Samuel my daughter Philena and Isaac Wood and lastly i hereby nominate constitute and appoint my daughter Philena Belknap Executrix and Isaac Wood Executor to this my last will and testament revoking all other wills testaments and Executors by me before made. In witness whereof I have to this my last will and testament set my hand and seal this fifth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty six [5 Jul 1826]. Signed sealed published and declared by the said George Stanton for his last will in testament in presence of us and we in the presence of each other.
    Geo. Hedges             George Stanton
    Martha Belknap        G. Stanton             L.S.
    Mary Robinson
    Orange County SS: Be it remembered that on the thirty first day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven [31 Oct 1827], personally appeared before me David H. Tuthill Surrogate of the County of Orange George Hedges, who did see George Stanton deceased, sign and seal the written instrument, then shewn unto him (and of which the preceding is a true copy) purporting to be the last will and testament of the said deceased, and did hear him publish and declare the same as and for his last will and testament, and that at the time of the execution thereof he the said deceased was of a sound disposing mind and memory to the best of his the deponents knowledge and beliefs, and that he the deponent together with Martha Belknap and Mary Robinson subscribed their names thereto as witnesses in the presence of the testator and in the presence of each other
    Orange County SS: Be it also remembered that on the thirty first day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven [31 Oct 1827] personall[sic] appeared before me the said Surrogate Isaac Wood one of the Executors
    Source: Orange County NY Surrogate Court, Liber of Wills, Book H, Page 350

  • Notes 
    • possibly
      Home in 1820: Deer Park, Orange, New York
      Samuel Stanton
      1 male 0-10 [born 1810-20]
      1 male 10-16 [born [1804-10]
      1 male 26-45 [born 1775-94]
      4 females 0-10 [born 1810-20]
      1 female 26-45 [born 1775-94]
      1 persons engaged in agriculture
      Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
      Source: 1820 U S Census; Census Place: Deer Park, Orange, New York; Page: 272; NARA Roll: M33_64; Image: 285

      but probably is...

      Descendants of Samuel Stanton
      Samuel Stanton, was born about 1785 and married about 1805 Margaret Graham, b. 15 Apr 1786 in Graham, died 24 July 1873, Wawayanda. Samuel Stanton died on 5 Aug. 1862 in Wawayanda, killed by a runaway horse. The Ontario Register, Vol. I (1968) pg. 16 mentions a deed, William Graham and Samuel Stanton, Town of Minisink, Orange County 19 Oct 1815, acting attorneys for William Graham of the same place. Samuel and Margret Graham left wills in Orange County, Lib. 27, p. 286 and Lib. 35, p.573. They are buried in Hillside Cemetery, Middletown, NY, where there stands a large Stanton monument.

      (1) William Graham Stanton was born 15 Mar 1807 in Wawayanda, and died 16 Apr 1888 near Slate Hill, Orange County, NY. He married 12 Dec 1832 Martha Joanna Holbert, born 7 Nov 1812, Lackawaxen, Pike County, PA, died 15 Feb 1888 near Slate Hill. William Graham Stanton left a will in Orange County Lib. 51, p. 175. They are buried in the Hillside Cemetery, Middletown, NY.

      ??(a) Margaret A. Stanton, was born about 1836, died 3 Sep 1842, buried Glen Cove Cemetery, Tusten, Sullivan County, NY, where here parents lived.
      ??(b) Albert J. Stanton was born about 1840 and died 26 Aug 1842, buried Glen Cove Cemetery, Tusten, NY.
      ??(c) Lewis N. Stanton was born about 1842 in PA, and died 4 June 1886. He lived in Tusten, were he was Supervisor from 1871-1874; Monticello, where he was County Clerk in 1881; and also in Camden, N.J. where he was in business. His will is recorded in Sullivan County, Deed Bk, p. 106. His wife was Sarah Alice ___, born about 1844 in Sullivan County and died 13 Nov. 1887 age 42y6m16d. They are buried in Glen Cove Cemetery.
      ??(d) Benjamin Holbert Stanton was born 6 July 1845 at Wawayanda, died 3 Dec 1872 Wawayanda, married 21 May 1866, Sarah Frances Doane, born 22 May 1851 Wawayanda, died 10 Feb 1929, Middletown, NY. Both buried Hillside Cemetery, Middletown, NY. Orange Co. Letters of Adm. Lib. M., p. 209.

      (2) Lewis Newkirk Stanton was born about 1813, a physician who died in Alabama on 4 Aug 1840, aged 27 years (OCGS Vol. 16, No. 1, P.7)

      Stantons of Deerpark - Mamakating

      The Stantons of Deerpark, Orange County and Mamakating, Sullivan County, NY
      A Faulty Genealogy
      (1) National Geonealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 6 #1 March 1973, mention is made of "Ruffas and Grace Stanton, Mamacotting Precinct", dated 1774; and EARLY CONNECTICUT MARRIAGES, Bailey (1896-1906) revised 1968, Book I, p. 36, Abraham Stanton & Grace Wheeler married May 1, 1754 at Brooklyn, Windham County, Ct. According to Thomas and Sarah Stanton and Their Descendants, by Herbert Charles Stanton, M.D., 1940, Abraham Stanton was the son of Thomas Stanton and Sarah, his wife. Thomas and Sarah Stanton several children and these sons: Jacob, Peter, Abraham, Joseph and Thomas. The early records of the precinct of Mamakating, mentions the well of Jacob Stanton. I think this Jacob was the brother of Abraham Stanton. This Jacob later moved to Pennsylvania after the Revolutionary War. Abraham Stanton and Grace Wheeler were credited with three sons, namely, Rufus, Jonathan and Benjamin Stanton. Also see the administration in Ulster County of Lazarus Stanton, who died about 1798 leaving heirs.

      (1) Rufus Stanton b. 1756, died about Feb. 27, 1832, aged 75 years, in Mt. Hope, Orange County, NY. His wife was Rachel Reeve (d. Jan. 13, 1840, aged 80 y & 11 mos.). Ruttenber and Clark in their HISTORY OF ORANGE COUNTY, NEW YORK p. 506, says of him that he first settled a mile from Finchville. He afterwards moved to Finchville and his homestead was a large brown house standing near Mr. Moore's. Peter E. Gumaer, of Deerpark in his survey notes mentions a stone fence on Rufus Stanton's property. Rufus Stanton left a will in Orange County Lib. I, p. 336 dated 2 July 1825, probated 9 March 1832.

      ??(A) Jonathan Stanton
      ??(B) Samuel Stanton, born about 1785.
      ??(C) Rufus Stanton Jr. died in 1810.
      ??(D) Joseph Stanton born 1793
      ??(E) Nathaniel Stanton
      ??(F) Rachel Stanton died in 1819
      ??(G) Mehitable Stanton married Daniel Smith of Ohio and was dead by her father's will in 1826.
      ??(H) Naomi Stanton was born 27 Jan. 1796 and married Hezron Hoyt.

      (2) Jonathan Stanton, was born about 1758. (JERSEYMEN IN THE REVOLUTION, p. 765 lists Jonathan Stanton in the State militia as a private in Capt. Harker's Co., 2nd Regiment, Sussex County, N.J.) Jonathan married first the widow, Sarah (Louw) Depuy. She was born about 1746 in Rochester, Ulster County, and had three sons by her former marriage to Moses Depuy, son of Benjamin Depuy, Esq. of Peenpack.: Abraham Depuy, of Aurillius, NY; Martin Depuy; and Benjamin M. Depuy of Deerpark, who married Elizabeth. Benjamin and Elizabeth Depuy had a daughter, Sally Depuy who married Joseph Patterson and had two daughters, Elizabeth and Jane Patterson. Sarah Louw Depuy Stanton was the daughter of Abraham Louw and wife Dinah Cuddeback. Dinah Cuddebeck was the daughter of Jacques Caudebec and Margaretta Provost. Jacques Caudebec was a French Huguenot who was granted the Peenpack Patent of 1697. By Sarah (Louw) Depuy, Jonathan Stanton had two sons, William and Moses. In Sullivan County Deed Bk ?, p. 28, the brothers, William and Moses Stanton, divide their land in Wurtsboro, Mamakating Township, Sullivan County. This deed mentions land in Deerpark and Wurtsboro given to them by their parents Jonathan and Sarah Stanton in 1806. The deed also mentions land they had purchased of Aaron Heinras in 1806 and of Archibald McBride in 1810. In the assessment of 1812, the land of William and Moses Stanton, before it was divided, was valued at $1,360. William and Moses Stanton are the ancestors of nearly all the Stantons who trace their roots to Wurtsboro.

      ??(A) William Stanton
      ??(B) Moses Stanton

      After 1806, Jonathan Stanton moved to Ontario, Canada where he married a second time to Rebecca Harmon. He died 15 Apr 1837 in Windham, Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada. By Rebecca Harmon, Jonathan had four children. The second family of Jonathan Stanton lived mainly in Canada and Michigan.

      ??(C) Daniel Stanton was born in Ontario and married Julia Ann Simmons, and died 9 Oct 1883 in Elmer, Michigan.

      ??(D) Joseph Stanton was born 7 May 1813 in Ontario and married Elizabeth Hempstreet.

      ??(E) Emeline Stanton died unmarried by 1891

      ??(F) Charlotta Stanton married Mr. Uptigrove.

      (2)Benjamin Wheeler Stanton was said by William A. Stanton in his 1891 Genealogy to have married a Miss Mudge and moved to Pennsylvania and Ohio. He appears when Lazarus Stanton dies in 1798, and later in Peter E. Gumaer's Journal. Gumaer owned a store in Deerpark and was a surveyor. He mentions Benjamin W. Stanton.

      (p. 191) 1840. "I made a map of Benjamin R. Comfort's land laid down from his deed which shows lands formerly of Elisha Reeve, William Young and his wife, Mary, John O'Shourne and Susanna his wife, James W. Carpenter, and Egbert Jansen and his wife, Frances, in June 1824; also, that of Jeromus Johnson, a line of lot No. 39, first division of Minisink Patent, land formerly of Benjamin W. Stanton, land formerly of William Lockwood, containing 185 and 1/2 acres."
      (p. 225) 1850. Nov. 1. "I made a survey of approximately 15 acres of land for Anthony McNerney and William Staples. It mentions the center of the Esopus Road where the line of Rev. DeWitt's land crosses it, a lot surveyed for Nelson Westbrook, land lately of Benjamin R. Comfort, formerly conveyed by Elisha to said Comfort, lands formerly of William S. Lockwood and Benjamin W. Stanton, Bashis Kill, lands of Silas C. Comfort, Harmanus Cuddeback, Elias Moore, Anthony McNerney and wife Phebe, a towing path bank in Deerpark, lot No. 39 of the first division of the Minisink Patent and B. Quarter's lot next to Nelson Westbrook's lot." It seems that Benjamin Wheeler Stanton had left for Pennsylvania prior to 1840.

      I have no further knowledge of this family. If anyone has any other information, please let me know.

      If you have comment, please contact Pat Walker

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