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Stanley news

Serial
English
Sebring, Ohio : National Stanley Family Association, 1989-
v. : ill., maps, ports.
Vol. 1 no. 1 (Dec 1989) -

Notes

Quarterly, through vol. 13 (2002); three per year thereafter.

Editor: Rev. Rolland C. Smith; Ruth Stanley Kuntz; Carol J. Kleppinger.

Related works: Stanley stepping stones.

Related works: Russell E. Bidlack genealogical collection.

Publication information taken from issues in-hand and from the web site.

The National Stanley Family Association (NSFA) was organized in Damascus, Ohio on the 25th of September 1989, beginning with 34 members. Their first elected president was Kenneth L. Stanley. The goal of the Association is to help preserve the name and heritage of Stanley families. Membership is open to anyone with Stanley ancestors or anyone interested in the Stanley family. To search back issues of their newsletters, for memberships, and other information, see their web site.

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Stanley (and variant spellings) families who came mainly from Ireland, the Isle of Man, and England (especially the counties of Cheshire, Derby, Lancaster or Lancashire, and Stafford). One of their earliest ancestors was Adam de Audley (Alditheley or Audithlegh) who is recorded in the 1085 Domesday Book. Thomas Stanley immigrated to the Virginia Colony prior to 1681. Other Stanleys also immigrated to Connecticut, North Carolina, and Virginia in the 1600's-1700's. Some focus is on (but not limited to) the Quaker Stanleys of Hanover Co., VA, beginning with Thomas Stanley, the immigrant and his three known sons, James (baptized 1688), Thomas Jr. (bapt. 1689), and John (bapt.1691). Many descendants were Quakers and members of the Upper Springfield Monthly Meeting of Friends at Damascus, Columbiana County, Ohio. During the 1800's, some moved to Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. Later descendants also lived in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, and Ontario (Canada), New South Wales (Australia), Spain, and in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin, and elsewhere. Some married persons with American Indian bloodlines. Information is extracted from cemetery inscriptions, census records, church records (especially Quakers), deeds, marriage records, obituaries, parish records, shared research, other published works. Years covered are 1066 A.D. to the present.

Their web site has a search function into back issues of the "Stanley news," providing an almost comprehensive index.

Includes bibliographic references.

Includes queries.

Includes Standley, Stanly, Stoneley, and other variant spellings.

Also includes Alditheley, Audithlegh, Audley, Bailey, Baldwin, de Bamville, (Baumville), Beard, Bedwell, Benbow, Cattell, Cobbs, Coppock, Crew, Cropper, Dillon, Gayloard, Goushill, Griswold, Harrington, Hart, Hausket, Hiatt, Hilton, Hockett (Hoggatt), Holloway, Hooker, Hutchens (Hutchins), Jay, Jessup, de Latham, Massey, de Neville, North, Plessinger, Strange, Thompson, Thornburgh, Unthank, Wadsworth, Warburton, and other related families.

Also includes reunion reports, book reviews, articles on the history of Quakers, on the Cedar Creek Meetinghouse archeaological site in Hanover County, Virginia, and other items of historical and local interest.

Also includes information about the Stanley Foundation, organized in 1956, by C. Maxwell Stanley and his wife, Elizabeth M. Stanley. Its focus is on effective global governance through cooperative action, public understanding, and constructive dialogue on critical international issues, using heritage as a family foundation and family involvement as a vital element of foundation governance. The Foundation has headquarters in Muscatine, Iowa.

Library lacks: Vol. 2 no. 3; vol. 4 no. 3; vol. 8 no. 2; vol. 8 no. 3 (Aug 1997) and all issues published thereafter.

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