Sarah Stanser

(29 July 1729 - )
     Sarah Stanser was christened on 29 July 1729 in North Wheatley, Nottinghamshire. Sarah Stanza, Gervisi & AnnaShe possibly married Philip Cooper on April 23, 1739, both of the Parish of North Wheatley, but the ages don't match if this was an infant baptism.. She was the daughter of Gervas Stanser and Ann Unknown (Stanser).

Sarah Stanser

(24 June 1809 - )
     Sarah Stanser was also known as Stancel in records. She was christened on 24 June 1809 in Worsbrough, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Matthew Stanser and Mary Cook.
     Sarah Stanser married Samuel Bradbury on 16 May 1831 in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. She may have been the Whiston Sarah.
     Sarah Stanser and Samuel Bradbury appeared on the 1841 census in Darfield, Yorkshire. Samuel Bradbury 50, coachman, not born in the county, Sarah Bradbury 33, Thomas Bradbury 10, Mary Bradbury 5, all born in the county. Sarah Bradbury was an executor of Mary Cook's estate on 27 June 1845 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Sarah Stanser

(31 July 1706 - )
     Sarah Stanser was also known as Stancer in records. She was christened on 31 July 1706 in Blyth, Nottinghamshire. Sarah, daughter of Rob: Stancer of Norney. She was the daughter of Robert Stanser.

Sarah Stanser

(9 May 1700 - )
     Sarah Stanser was also known as Stansell in records. She was christened on 9 May 1700 in Weston, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of John Stanser and Mary Wainwright.

Sarah Stanser

(March 1866 - )
     Sarah Stanser's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1866 in Sturton le Steeple, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of George Stanser and Sarah Ann Pearce. Sarah Stanser was christened on 20 June 1866 in Sturton le Steeple. Catherine, Sarah, Ada and James were listed as George Stanser's children in the 1901 census in Sturton le Steeple.
     Sarah Stanser and James Arthur Stanser were administrators of George Stanser's estate, on 11 October 1910.
     Sarah Stanser and James Arthur Stanser appeared on the 1911 census in Sturton le Steeple. James Arthur Stanser, 32, farmer, his sisters Saah 45, Mary Allison 38, all single and born at Sturton, with a visitor John Henry Stanser, 32,single, commercial traveller, feeding stuffs, born Lincolnhsire, Lea, and Albert Watson a general servant .

Sarah Stanser

(before 31 December 1837 - )
     Sarah Stanser was born before 31 December 1837 in Sheffield RD, Yorkshire.

Sarah Stanser

(circa 1760 - )
     Sarah Stanser was born circa 1760.
     Sarah Stanser appeared on the 1841 census in St Nicholas, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. Sarah Stanser, 80, F.S., not born in the county.

Sarah Stanser

(23 November 1825 - )
     Sarah Stanser was christened on 23 November 1825 in Kings Cliffe, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of Elizabeth Stanser.

Sarah Ann Stanser

(December 1855 - )
     Sarah Ann Stanser's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1855 in Sturton le Steeple, East Retford RD. She was the daughter of William Stanser and Mary Cobb. Sarah Ann Stanser was christened on 16 February 1856 in Sturton le Steeple. Laura, Sarah and Elizabeth were listed as the children of Mary Cobb in the 1881 census in North St, Sturton le Steeple.
     Sarah Ann Stanser married Frank William Harris on 12 October 1895 in Sturton le Steeple.

Sarah Ann Stanser

(18 September 1842 - )
     Sarah Ann Stanser was also known as Stancer in records. She was christened on 18 September 1842 in Easton on the Hill, Stamford RD, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of James Stanser and Mary Plowright. Sarah, William, James and Charles were listed as the children of James Stanser in the 1851 census in Easton on the Hill, Northamptonshire. Sarah, Charles, Joseph, Henry and Eliza were listed as the children of James Stanser in the 1861 census in West St, Easton on the Hill, Northamptonshire.

Sarah Ann Stanser

(before March 1848 - )
     Sarah Ann Stanser was born before March 1848 in Binbrook, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Jonathan Buttery Stancer and Ann Taylor. Sarah was listed as the daughter of Jonathan Buttery Stancer in the 1851 census in Binbrook, Lincolnshire.

Sarah Frances Stanser

( - 2 March 1850)
     Sarah Frances Stanser was the daughter of Bishop Robert Stanser and Mary Aust.
     Sarah died on 2 March 1850 in Bangor, Caernavonshire, Wales. On 2 March, Friar's terrace, Bangor, England, Sarah Frances, daughter of the late Rev Robert Stanser, Bishop of Nova Scotia.

Sarah Stewart Stanser

(29 June 1802 - 25 September 1889)
     Sarah Stewart Stanser was christened on 29 June 1802 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The baptism was also recorded at Bulwell, the transcript is confusing. She was the daughter of Bishop Robert Stanser and Mary Aust. Sarah was issued a marriage license on 8 August 1834.
     Sarah Stewart Stanser married John Cooper Giles on 15 August 1834 in All Saints, Fulham, London. John Cooper Giles of the parish of St Clement Danes & Sarah Stewaret Stanser of bland?, were married by licence 15 August 1834. Both signed, in the presence of James McNair, Lt Col. 73rd Regiment and Eleanor McNair and Hannah Stanser.
     In Robert Brymer Stanser's will dated 20 March 1844 in 'Woodbine Cottage', Regent's Park, Middlesex, Sarah Stewart Stanser was named as heir; The beneficiaries were: Aunt Sarah Stanser of Bromley, Kent £300
Frances Robinson and Elizabeth Robinson, £200 each, children of widowed Aunt Maria Robinson, of Bromley.
Elizabeth Bowker of Bulwell, Notts £200
Henry Scarth, friend, a solicitor of Lyons Inn, Middx £200, Executor
Thomas Poynter of Karters Common, London £100, Executor
Martha Gillard servant £50
Elizabeth Bennett servant £50
Sarah Bennett servant £50, 2nd Codicil
James Stanser McNair nephew a ring
Robert Charles Robinson cousin a ring
J.J.Wrigley 19 Guineas for a ring a friend of Charlton Kings, nr Cheltenham, 2nd Codicil
Martha Loveday cook, one years wages, 2nd Codicil
Ann Read housemaid, one years wages, 2nd Codicil
Henry Scarth a ring
Thomas Poynter a ring
Residue of the estate divided into five equal parts :-
late sister Mary Anne Slade son-James Stanser Slade; daughter-Mary Elizabeth Slade
widowed sister Elizabeth Best
widowed sister Eleonor McNair widow of late Lieut. Col James McNair
a sister Sarah Stewart Giles wife of John Cooper Giles, Master in the Royal Navy
sister Hannah Slade wife of Septimus Cambell Moody Slade.


     Sarah Stewart Stanser and John Cooper Giles were recorded on the 1851 census in 25 Edith Villas, Fulham, London. John C Giles,48, Master R N Admiralty, HM Ship Fitgard?, Plymouth, Devon, his wife Sarah S Giles, 46, born Halifax, Nova Scotia, Eleanor S M Giles, daughter, 6, born Portsmouth, Hampshire.
     Sarah Stewart Stanser and John Cooper Giles appeared on the 1861 census in Fulham, London . John C Giles, 57, Master RN, born Plymouth, Devon; his wife Sarah S Giles, aged 56, born Halifax, Nova Scotia; and daughter Elenaor S M Giles, unmarried, 16, born Portsmouth, Hampshire and a house servant. Sarah Stewart Stanser was mentioned in a letter from Elizabeth Stanser Robinson dated 23 July 1864. The letter mentions Mrs Best (who is spitting blood and very weak) and Mrs Giles, Captain & Mrs Ingles who are to join the depot of the Regiment in Ireland in the Autumn, Isabel & Charley Bowker, both their mothers, Mr, Mrs & Miss Bingle.
Mrs Best & Mrs Giles send their love
Fir Grove,
West Town nr Bristol
July 23, 1864
My dear cousin,
I intended writing by the Southern post? Mail but waited for the last day as I thought it possible the mail might be in that day, but on the 18th I was so poorly I could not write. We have not received any letters this time, we hope nothing serious has occurred to prevent your writing. I daresay you were occupied with your mother if the floods have permitted her to pay her long promised visit. How glad you would be to see her.
We trust all the children are well. Has Isabel seen her little brother Charley yet? I suppose she has returned home long ago.
I have not any news to send you, so I am afraid you will find this a very stupid epistle. We have had an extraordinarily fine warm summer, the heat has been very great and fears were entertained that there would be a serious want of water; especially in Bristol but we have had rain two days which has done good. More is wished for but it is very fine again today. My dear Mother felt the heat rather weakening but she is pretty well considering all things, and a day or two ago she was induced to go and drink tea with a kind friend of ours, a lady of 84 years of age who lives at the other end of the village, and who is very brisk and lively. My mother had not done such a thing for several years. Our roses have been beautiful this year, but the hot weather scortched (sic) many of the flowers. Her last months accounts from Mrs. Best were not very good; she spits blood so frequently and--she is very weak: she has some hopes that Captain and Mrs. Ingles may join the depot of the Regt. in the Autumn; it is in Ireland. George McNair took cold as soon as he returned to Scotland; we have not heard very lately how he is. And I can only give the same account of Mrs. Giles & Eleanor.
We hope your mother has derived benefit from her visit to you, if she has been able to make it. I suppose baby has been christened; admitted into the Good Shepherd's visible fold; may He guide & guard him and all your little ones, and bring them to His heavenly fold at last[?]. How is Richard now? Not overworking himself I hope. The winter is generally the busiest time for his profession. Your little ones must now be very amusing and must occupy a great deal of your time. Remember us very kindly to Miss Bingle and hope she is well, and Mr. & Mrs. Bingle also. Have you read The Graver Thoughts of a Country Parson? It was sent to me a short time ago & we like it very much. In another style I like "The Chronicles of the Schornberg Cotta Family: we are acquainted with the Mother and some other relations of the Authoress. I suppose all our best books find their way to Australia.
The long talked of suspension bridge from St Vincents Rocks across the Avon, is nearly completed, I will send you a photograph of it if I can get one by the time the next mail leaves. It is a very pretty object. In construction it is very like our old neighbour the Menai Bridge but the scenery around it is very different. I hope you received my letter by the last mail; I was obliged to trust it to a gentleman to post it for me at Bristol as I could not get the paper stamps at our village Post Office. I am glad the intention of doubling the postage between England and Australia was abandoned, so many poor people have friends there that it would have been cruelly felt by many. We hope we shall hear from you next month and receive a good account of all. My dear mother joins me in best love to Richard, yourself and your dear children & with every good wish, believe me my dear cousin,
Ever your affectionate, Elizabeth S Robinson
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     Sarah Stewart Giles and Elizabeth Stanser Robinson appeared on the 1871 census in West Town, Backwell, Somerset. Elizabeth Robinson, head, unmarried, 50, landowner, born a visitor Sarah S Giles, widow, aged 47, Independent, born Nova Scotia.
     Sarah Stewart Giles and Elizabeth Stanser Robinson appeared on the 1881 census in 35 Warwick Gardens, Kensington, Middlesex. Sarah S Giles, head, widow, 77, income derived from railway dividends, born Nova Scotia, her cousin Elizabeth Robinosn, unmarried,60, income from land rent, born Golding, Leics; niece Irena? R Slade, unmarried 22, income from Indian dividends, born Hounslow, Mdx and a cook and a housemaid.
     Sarah died on 25 September 1889 in Kensington, Middlesex, aged 87.

Child of Sarah Stewart Stanser and John Cooper Giles

Sarah Taylor Stanser

(March 1845 - before 30 July 1845)
     Sarah Taylor Stanser's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1845 in Spalding RD, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Jonathan Buttery Stancer and Ann Taylor.
     Sarah died before 30 July 1845 in Spalding RD Lincolnshire. She was buried on 30 July 1845 in St Mary & St Nicholas, Spalding.

Sarah Taylor Stanser

(December 1845 - )
     Sarah Taylor Stanser was also known as Stansor in records. She was born in December 1845 in Spalding RD, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Taylor and Eleanor Stanser.

Sleigh Stanser

(September 1856 - before 1 October 1856)
     Sleigh Stanser's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1856 in Ecclesall Bierlow RD, Yorkshire. He was the son of Sleigh Rowland Stanser and Lydia Unknown.
     Sleigh died before 1 October 1856 in Ecclesall Bierlow RD.

Sleigh Rowland Stanser

(21 April 1822 - before 24 November 1878)
     Sleigh Rowland Stanser was christened on 21 April 1822 in St Peter's, Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Matthew Stanser and Martha Rowland.
     Sleigh Rowland Stanser married Lydia Unknown.
     Sleigh Rowland Stanser and Lydia Unknown appeared on the 1861 census in Ecclesall Bierlow Sub-district, Sheffield. Sleigh Stancer, aged 40. Born Sheffield, penknife grinder; his wife Lydia aged 39 born Hetbury?, Staffs and daughter Mary aged 9, scholar, born Sheffield.
     Sleigh died before 24 November 1878 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was buried on 24 November 1878 in St Mary, Sheffield, Yorkshire. Sleigh Rowland Stanser aged 58.

Children of Sleigh Rowland Stanser and Lydia Unknown

Stanser Gravenor Stanser

(June 1872 - 24 January 1932)
     Stanser Gravenor Stanser's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1872 in Gainsborough RD. He was the son of John Bingham Stanser and Jane Elizabeth Gravenor.
     Stanser died on 24 January 1932 in Red Cloud, Nebraska, USA, aged 59. He was buried 31 Jan 1932 in Red Cloud City Cemetery, Webster County, Nebraska.

Steven Stanser

(circa 1600? - )
     Steven Stanser was also known as Stansell in records. He was born circa 1600?.

Child of Steven Stanser

Susanna Stanser

(December 1842 - )
     Susanna Stanser's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1842 in Dunstan, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of Henry Buttery Stancer and Ann Bradshaw. Ann and Susanna were listed as the children of Henry Buttery Stancer in the 1851 census in Ludford Magna, Lincolnshire. Susanna Stanser was born before 20 November 1852 in Risby, Caistor RD, Lincolnshire. She was buried on 20 November 1852 in Ludford Magna, Lincolnshire.

Susannah Stanser

(29 January 1816 - )
     Susannah Stanser was christened on 29 January 1816 in Easton on the Hill, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of John Stanser and Ann Wyles.
     Susannah Stanser appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Catherine Stanser and James Stanser in Easton on the Hill, Northamptonshire.
     Susannah Stanser married William Dye on 21 June 1842 in Easton on the Hill, Northamptonshire. William Dye, of this parish, of full age, labourer, son of William, shepherd & Susannah Stansor, of this parish, of full age, daughter of John, labourer.
     On 7 Oct 1846 the workhouse minutes note: Out relief given to: Susannah Dye and 2 children, Easton, (sister Catherine Stancer), regarding her 12 year old illegitimate child [Jean Cole has more on this family].

Children of Susannah Stanser

Thomas Stanser

(25 October 1700 - )
     He may be the Thomas Stancer who married Martha Barnes, widow, at Fillingham, Lincs - marriage bond ref. 1731/2; or the Thomas of Wheatley who married Dorothy Walker at Rotherham on 10 April 1710. Thomas Stanser was born on 25 October 1700 in Thorpe Salvin, Yorkshire. He was the son of Gervas Stanser and Isabel Unknown (Stanser). Thomas Stanser was christened on 29 October 1700 in Thorpe Salvin. Thomas, son of Gervas Stancell, labourer.

Thomas Stanser

(3 July 1726 - before 19 May 1805)
     Thomas Stanser was born on 3 July 1726 in Thorpe Salvin, Yorkshire. He was the son of John Stanser and Barbara Theaker. Thomas Stanser was christened on 10 July 1726 in Thorpe Salvin. Thomas, son of John Stansal.
     Thomas died before 19 May 1805 in Thorpe Salvin, Yorkshire. He was buried on 19 May 1805 in Thorpe Salvin. Thomas Stancer, aged 79.

Thomas Stanser

(14 December 1717 - )
     Thomas Stanser was christened on 14 December 1717 in North Wheatley, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of George Stanser and Ann Kithemass.
     Thomas Stanser and Catherine Markham obtained a marriage licence on 24 September 1741 in Southwell, Nottinghamshire. Thomas Stancer, of North Wheatley, souldier, 23, bachelor & Catherine Markham, of South Leverton, 26 spinster, for a marriage at Fledborough.
     Thomas Stanser married Catherine Markham circa 24 September 1741 in Fledborough, Nottinghamshire. Fledborough was the 'Gretna Green' of the Midlands from 1729 to 1753 when the incumbent was the Rev Sweetapple.

Thomas Stanser

(12 November 1570 - )
     Thomas Stanser was born on 12 November 1570 in St Michael-le-Belfry, York, Yorkshire. He was the son of Ralph Stanser.

Thomas Stanser

(circa 1760? - )
     Thomas Stanser was born circa 1760?.
     Thomas Stanser married Jane Talbot on 25 November 1785 in Mattersey, Nottinghamshire.

Children of Thomas Stanser and Jane Talbot

Thomas Stanser

(30 October 1788 - )
     He may be the Thomas buried 6 Nov 1788. Thomas Stanser was christened on 30 October 1788 in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of John Stancer and Ann Reaynes.

Thomas Stanser

(before 1620 - )
     Thomas Stanser was born before 1620.
     Thomas Stanser married Dorothy Goode on 23 July 1639 in St Mary's, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire.

Thomas Stanser

(before 1685 - )
     Thomas Stanser was born before 1685. He was the son of Thomas Stanser and Elizabeth Bristow.
     Thomas Stanser married Elizabeth Bristow on 2 July 1704 in Grantham, Lincolnshire.

Children of Thomas Stanser and Elizabeth Bristow

Thomas Stanser

(circa 1705 - before 11 May 1778)
     Thomas Stanser was born circa 1705. No proof of parentage. He was the son of Thomas Stanser and Elizabeth Bristow. Was a glazier.
     Thomas Stanser married Clara Cole on 19 May 1729 in Grantham, Lincolnshire. Marriage settlement 8 May 1729, Thomas Stancer of Grantham, glasier. Final concord: John Armory and Sarah his wife, Thomas Stanser and Clare his wife, and William Newton and Ann his wife, deforciants.
     Deed to the uses of a fine dated 1 Aug 1733 1. Thomas Stanser of Grantham, glazier, and Clare his wife, William Newton of Grantham, baker and Ann his wife re property at Harlaxton, to the use of Thoms Stanser, his heirs and assigns forever.
     A lease for a year dated 17 Sep 1753 described them as Thomas Stander the elder of Grantham, glazier and Thomas Stanser the younger of Grantham, grocer, his only son and heir apparent. Thomas Stanser was widowed before 1 December 1758 on the death of his wife Clara Cole.
     Thomas Stanser married Ann Carter on 17 January 1762 in Grantham, LIN.
     Thomas Stanser made a will dated 6 March 1775 in Grantham, LIN. His will mentions his daughter Elizabeth, the wife of Wildbore Garner and his granddaughter Ann Stanser & grandson Thomas Dawson Stanser presumably the children of his son Thomas Stanser, sole executor.
This is the last Will and Testament of me Thomas Stanser the elder of Grantham in the County of Lincoln Gentleman First I will that all my just Debts legacies and Funeral Expenses be paid and satisfied I give and bequeath unto my Sister in Law Mrs Susannah Queningbrough twenty Guineas and do most earnestly desire my Executor herein after named to find and provide for her during her life every thing necessary for her Support and maintenance and suitable to her Station
I give unto my Daughter Elizabeth Garner wife of Mr Wildboar Garner One Annuity or clear yearly Sum of forty pounds of good and lawful Money of Great Britain to be paid by my Executor herein after named free from all manner of Deductions whatsoever by two equal half Yearly payments that is to say on Lady Day and Michaelmas day in every Year into the proper hands of her my said Daughter during her life for her own sole and separate use or unto such person or persons as she notwithstanding her Coverture and whether sole or married shall by writing under her hand from time to time Direct or appoint to the Intent that her present or any after taken Husband may not intermeddle therewith and that the same or any part thereof may not be subject or liable to the Controul Debts or Engagements of either but at the sole and separate disposal of her my said Daughter whose Receipt alone for the said Annuity my Will is shall from time to time be a sufficient discharge to the person or persons paying the same for so much as in such Receipt or receipts shall be expected to be received
I give and bequeath unto my Maid Servant Mary Morrison in case she shall be living with me at my decease but not otherwise one Annuity or clear Yearly Sum of five pounds of like Money to be paid by my Executor also herein after mentioned free from all manner of deductions whatsoever by two equal half Yearly payments that is to say on Lady day and Michaelmas day in every year into the proper hands also of the said Mary Morrison during her life for her own sole and separate use or unto such person or persons as she notwithstanding her Coverture with any husband she may happen to marry and whether sole or marryed shall by writing under her hand from time to time direct and appoint To the Intent that such Husband may not intermeddle therewith and that the same or any part thereof may not be subject or liable to his controul debts or engagements but at the sole and separate disposal of her the said Mary Morrison whose Receipt alone for the said Annuity my will also is shall from time to time be a sufficient discharge to the person or persons paying the same for so much as in such Receipt shall be expressed to be received
I give unto my Grand Daughter Ann Stanser and to my Grandson Thomas Dawson Stanser the sum of two hundred pounds apiece to be paid to them by my Executor herein after named when and as they respectively attain the age of one and twenty years I also give unto the said Mary Morrison in case she shall be living with me at the time of my decease the Sum of fifty pounds twenty pounds of which I will shall be paid within one month after my decease and the remaining thirty pounds within six months after my decease and my mind and will also is And I do hereby direct that the first half yearly payment of the said Annuity or Yearly Sum of forty pounds shall be made on such of the said days appointed for payment thereof as shall next happen after the end of one year from my death and not sooner and that the fist half yearly payment of the said Annuity or Yearly Sum of five pounds shall be made on such of the said days appointed for payment thereof as shall next happen after my decease all the Rest and Residue of my Goods Chattles and Personal Estate of what nature or kind soever and wheresoever I give and bequeath unto my son Thomas Stanser whom I make sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking all former and other Wills by me at any time hereto fore made
In Witness whereof I the said Thomas Stanser the Testator have to this my last Will and Testament contained in two sheets of paper set my hand and seal in manner following (that is to say) to the first my hand and to the last my hand and Seal this twenty sixth day of March in the year of our Lord 1775 Thos Stanser Senr S Signed Sealed published and declared by the said Thomas Stanser the Testator as and for his last will and Testament in the presence of us who in his presence & at his request have subscribed our names as witness hereto John Lily, Ambrose Dawson.

     Thomas died before 11 May 1778 in Grantham, LIN. He was buried on 11 May 1778 in Grantham. Mr Tho Stanser of Grantham aged 73.
     His will was proved on 15 August 1778 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Thomas Stanser, gentleman of Grantham, Lincolnshire. This Will was proved at London the fifteenth day of August in the Year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy eight before the Right Worshipful Sir George Hay Knight Doctor of Laws Master Keeper or Commissary of the Prorogative Court of Canterbury lawfully constituted by oath of Thomas Stanser the son of the deceased and sole Executor named in the said [Will] to whom Administration was granted of all and singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said deceased having been first sworn by Commission duly to administer.

Children of Thomas Stanser and Clara Cole