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The Stansel family

Edwin Nathaniel Stansel
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[California] : E.N. Stansel, 1969
59, [4] leaves : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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John Stansel (ca. 1670-1713)and his wife, Katherine Hardy, were the parents of three known sons, ca. 1697-ca. 1701. The family was living in Nansemond County, Virginia, by 1704. Record chiefly follows line of descent to William E. Stansel (1820-1868), a Confederate soldier. He was born in Georgia, the son of John Stansel (ca. 1784-ca. 1823). He married Elizabeth C. Jones (1826-1877) in 1843. They had seven children, 1844-1866. The family migrated from Decatur, DeKalb County, Georgia, to Pickney County, Alabama, in 1859. Descendants listed lived in Alabama, Arkansas, Texas, Mississippi and elsewhere.

Includes the Stevens, Studart, White, Wright and other related families.

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