William Stanton

Male Bef 1755 - 1816


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  • Name  William Stanton 
    Born  Bef 1755 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  Between Jun 1816 and Feb 1817  [probably] Newburgh, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I1342  Main
    Last Modified  25 Mar 2013 

    Family  Mahab Carpenter,   d. Aft Feb 1817 
    Children 
     1. William Stanton,   b. Between 1770-1775,   d. Aft Jun 1830
    >2. Benjamin Stanton,   b. Abt 1785, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Jan 1870, Johnstown, Barry County, Michigan Find all individuals with events at this location
    >3. Timothy Stanton,   b. 1786, [probably] Newburgh, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Jun 1858, [probably] Newburgh, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. Susannah Stanton,   b. 1790, [probably] Newburgh, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 9 Jul 1868
     5. Carpenter Stanton,   b. Between 1775-1794,   d. Aft 1820
    Last Modified  14 Mar 2013 
    Family ID  F410  Group Sheet

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    1790 Census in Newburgh NY
    1790 William Stanton household in Newburgh NY
    1790
    William Stanton household in Newburgh NY
    1 male 0-16 [born 1774-1790] [son]
    3 males 16+ [born bef 1774] [William, 2 sons]
    2 females [born bef 1790] [wife Mahab & daughter Susannah]
    [NOTE: Samuel Weed is enumerated on line 9, George Stanton is enumerated on previous page family 252]
    Source: 1790 Federal Census, New York/Ulster/Newburgh, Series M637, Roll 6, Page 238, Line 1, Family 253
    1800 Census in Newburgh NY
    1800 William Stanton household in Newburgh NY
    Aug 1800
    William Stanton household in Newburgh NY
    1 male 0-10 [born 1790-1800] [Carpenter?]
    1 male 10-16 [born 1784-1790] [Timothy b 1786]
    2 males 16-26 [born 1774-1784] [William?, Benjamin b abt 1782]
    1 male 45+ [born bef 1755] [William]
    1 female 10-16 [born 1784-1790] [Susannah]
    1 female 45+ [born bef 1755] [Mahab]
    NOTE: a George Stanton (line 2) and Benjamin Stanton (line 7) are enumerated on the same page
    Source: 1800 US Federal Census, NY/Orange/Newburgh, Page 10, Line 3, Family 11052
    1810 Census in Newburgh NY
    1810 William Stanton household in Newburgh NY
    Aug 1810
    William Stanton living in Newburgh NY
    1 male age 0-10 [born 1800-1810] [son?]
    2 males age 16-26 [born 1784-1794] [sons Timothy b 1786 & Carpenter?]
    2 males age 26-45 [born 1765-1784] [sons William? & Benjamin b abt 1782]
    1 male age 45+ [born bef 1765] [William]
    1 female age 16-26 [born 1784-1794] [daughter Susannah b 1790]
    1 female age 45+ [born bef 1765] [Maha]
    NOTE: a George + Richard Stanton (line 27) and Uriah Stanton (line 28) are enumerated on the same page
    Source: 1810 US Federal Census, NY/Orange/Newburgh, Page 9, Line 1
    1816 William Stanton will abstract
    1816 William Stanton will abstract
    14 Jun 1816
    William Stanton recorded his will
    Wife: Maha
    Daughter: Susannah wife of Daniel Trotten (son in law)
    Sons: William, Benjamin, Timothy, Carpenter
    Exs.: Carpenter, Timothy & Benjamin
    Source: Orange County Surrogate Court, Liber of Wills Volume F, Page 104

    4 Feb 1817
    William Stanton will probated
    Source: Orange County Surrogate Court, Liber of Wills Volume F, Page 104
    1817 William Stanton will probated
    1817 William Stanton will probated
    The People of the State of New York 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 that ^ on the fourth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventeen [4 Feb 1817] Before Edward Ely Esq. Surrogate of our said county the Last Will and Testament of William Stanton deceased (a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) was proved and is now approved and allowed of by us and the said
    [continued on page 104]
    Source: Orange County NY Surrogate Court, Liber of Wills, Volume F, Page 103
    1816 William Stanton will probated
    1816 William Stanton will probated
    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 unto us. The administration of all and singular the goods chattels and credits of the said deceased and any way concerning his will is granted unto Carpenter Stanton Timothy Stanton and Benjamin Stanton the Executors in the said will named They being first duly sworn well 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 thereof when thereunto required. In Testimony whereof We have caused the seal of office of our said Surrogate to be hereunto affixed Witness Edward Ely Esq. Surrogate of the said County at Goshen the fourth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight Hundred and seventeen [4 Feb 1817] and of our Independence the Forty first --

    Newburgh June 14th 1816 I William Stanton In the name of God Amen I consecrate my body after all my [h]onest debts are paid I commit my body to the earth deasont[?] buried being in sound mind and memory I do hereby dispose and bequeath unto my loving wife Maha Stanton all my whole and real estate for her support as long as she shall live then after her disece [decease] I give and bequeath to my sons William Stanton & Benjamin Stanton & Timothy Stanton & Carpenter Stanton my four sons all my whole and real estate to be equally divided between them all excepting two
    hundred dollars that must be paid out of the estate to my son Timothy Stanton I give and and [sic] bequeath to William Stanton & Benjamin Stanton & Timothy Stanton & Carpenter Stanton & Susannah the wife of Daniel Totten all my moveable estate to be equally divided among the five I give and bequeath to my daughter Susannah the wife of Daniel Totten twenty pound in money as her part of the real estate I do hereby order and appoint Carpenter Stanton and Timothy Stanton and Benjamin Stanton my sons to be my lawfull executors to this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and date first above written

    Thomas Smith
    †††††††††††††his
    Benjamin x Stanton†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††William Stanton L.S.
    †††††††††††††mark
    Timothy Stanton

    Orange County SS: Be it remembered that on the fourth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventeen [4 Feb 1817] personally appeared before me Edward Ely Surrogate of the County of Orange Thomas Smith and being duly sworn he did declare and say that he did see William Stanton deceased sign and seal the paper writing then shewn unto him purporting to be the last will and testament of the said deceased of which the preceeding[sic] is a copy and heard him publish and declare the same as and for his Last will and Testament. That at the time thereof he the said deceased was of sound and disposing mind and memory to the best of his knowledge and belief
    [continues on page 105]
    Source: Orange County NY Surrogate Court, Liber of Wills, Volume F, Page 104
    1817 William Stanton will probated
    1817 William Stanton will probated
    and that he together with Timothy Stanton subscribed their names there to and Benjamin Stanton did make his mark thereto as witnesses in the Presence of the testator and in the Presence of each other--
    The Preceeding is a true copy of the original will of William Stanton deceased of the Certificate of the Proof thereof and the Letters Testamentary thereon.
    By Edward Ely Surrogate
    Source: Orange County NY Surrogate Court, Liber of Wills, Volume F, Page 105
    1700's Mahab Carpenter-William Stanton Genealogy
    1700's Mahab Carpenter-William Stanton Genealogy
    Timothy Carpenter Descendants†††††††††Page 120
    ...
    18-2 MAHAB††††††††††††CARPENTER TIMOTHY (1) / ELIZABETH ANDERSON
    b. ca. 1758, probably in Dutchess Co., N.Y.
    m. WILLIAM STANTON
    STANTON Issue: Probably born in Rensselaer Co., N.Y. [Brian: probably not]
    ††84. WILLIAM b. ca. 1782
    ††85. BENJAMIN b. ca. 1784
    ††86. CARPENTER b. ca. 1786
    ††87. STANTON b. ca. 1788
    MAHAB was devised 5 shillings in accordance with her fatherís will, dated 12-4-1787 and probated 2-15-1806. NO mention of this WILLIAM STANTON is found in the STANTON Genealogy; family tradition records his son BENJAMIN probably was the grandfather of EDWIN STANTON, President LINCOLNíS Secretary of War. Research on the STANTON genealogy does not substantiate this family folklore. [Brian: agreed]
    References: 2ó3-10.
    Source: Ancestry.com. The descendants of Timothy Carpenter of Pittstown, Rensselaer Co., New York [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004. Original data: Carpenter, Charles Lorain,. The descendants of Timothy Carpenter of Pittstown, Rensselaer Co., New York. Machias, Me.: News-Journal, 1976

  • Notes 
    • year. It gave a population to Newburgh of 1487, divided as follows: Males under 16, 429; over 16 and under 60, 252; over 60, 37; Females under 16, 368; over 16, 371; Number of persons making Newburgh their place of abode "by reason of the invasion of the enemy," 154 viz.: Males under 16, 36; over 16 and under 60, 26; over 60, 6; Females under 16, 42; over 16, 44.
      In 1785 the precinct was divided into road districts, and a record made of the persons assessed for highway labor. This list embraces three hundred and nineteen names. In addition to these general facts, the following list of persons assessed for highway labor in 1785 is of value:
      George Stanton
      William Stanton
      ...
      Source: History of Orange County, New York, Page 1, Issue 408 http://books.google.com/books?id=T-opAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA285&img=1&zoom=3&hl=en&sig=ACfU3U3_HFfzuIFc9YaUQpVzckZFNA-rWw&ci=38%2C68%2C915%2C908&edge=0


      1790
      William Stanton
      1 male 0-16 [born 1774-1790] [son]
      3 males 16+ [born bef 1774] [William, 2 sons]
      2 females [born bef 1790] [wife Mahab & daughter Susannah]
      Source: 1790 Federal Census, New York/Ulster/Newburgh, Series M637, Roll 6, Page 238

      WILLIAM STANTON OF NEWBURGH, ORANGE COUNTY, NY,
      A Faulty Genealogy
      William Stanton first appears in the Orange County records during the Revolutionary War, when he is listed among the signers of the Revolutionary Pledge in the Town of New Marlborough with George Stanton of the same place. Later, a William Stanton appears listed with the Orange County Militia, 4th Regiment, as an enlisted man. William Stanton owned approximately 72 acres of land in Gardnertown where he died between June of 1816 and February of 1817. William Stanton left a will in Orange County Will Book F/104, dated June 12, 1816, and probated February 4, 1817. It mentions his wife, Maha; sons William, Benjamin, Timothy and Carpenter; and daughter Susannah; and son-in-law, Daniel Totten. The will is witnessed by Thomas Smith, Benjamin Stanton, and Timothy Stanton. The executors were Benjamin, Timothy and Carpenter Stanton. See the link related to the Stanton - Carpenter - Caverly Connection. (Sources: HISTORY OF ULSTER COUNTY, NY, Sylvester; NEW YORK IN THE REVOLUTION AS A COLONY AND STATE, Vol. 1, 1904; Orange County Will Book F/104, Orange County Land Records, Deed Book 73/351, dated 30 March 1842.)


      DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM STANTON
      (1) William Stanton

      (2)Benjamin Bartlett Stanton, born 1782, Newburgh, NY, married Ellen/Eleanor ___ born 1787; died 1860 aged 72 in Johnstown Township, Barry County, Michigan; buried Banfield Cemetery, Lot No. 14.

      (3) Timothy Stanton, born 1786, died June 22 or July 20, 1858, Gardnertown, Newburgh, NY. He married Anna ___, born about 1796 and died Sept. 16, 1875, both buried Gardnertown Cemetery. Timothy lived his life on the farm of his father, William Stanton. (Sources: Orange County land records, Liber 73/351; 1850 federal census, Orange County, listing: Timothy 66, farmer; Anna 58; Carpenter 20, laborer; Ann Eliza 15; Melina 10; and Simon Terwilliger 31)

      (4) Carpenter Stanton, born 1790-1794

      (5) Susannah Stanton, born 1790/91, Newburgh, NY, married by 1810 Daniel Totten (1785 - 8/23/1836). She died July 9, 1868 in Steuben County, NY. Both are buried East Wayland Cemetery. (Family data courtesy of Fred A. Durling, of Maryland and Mr. H. James Totten, Penfield, NY). There were supposed to have been 13 children. (Additonal note: OCGS Vol. 14 No. 3, Nov, 1984: "Elizabeth Welch of Newburgh, on 2 Feb 1818 granted Letters of Administration to her brother Daniel Totten of Town of Camillus, Onandaga Co., NY, Lib E, pg. 88")

      Source: http://webspace.webring.com/people/nu/um_10012/wsnewburgh.html

      ORANGE COUNTY MISC. STANTON RECORDS

      Orange County Genealogical Society Quarterly
      (Vol. 1 No. 3 p. 21)From the "Newburgh Telegraph" 1836. Thrus. 9/29/1836 Died. Newburgh...Of Consumption on Saturday last, Mr. Benjamin Stanton, aged 35 years.
      (Vol. ? No. ? p. ?)"Newburgh Telegraph" 1837. Married Wed. a.m. 31st Ult. Henry Still of New Windsor to Miss Mary Stanton, of Poughkeepsie.
      (Vol. ? No. ? p. ?)"Newburgh Telegraph" 1837. Married Thu. 9/7/1837 Wed. eve the 30th ult. Mr. Samuel G. Kimball to Mary Ann Uptigrove, all of this town.
      ((Vol. ? No. ? p. ?)Some NY residents married in Vernon, NJ, M.E. Church: 31 Aug 1872 Nathaniel J. Stanton, Hawley, PA to Levinia E. Gibson, Pt. Jervis, NY. 13 Feb. 1899 Brice Stanton, Quarryville, NJ to Sarah E. Elson.
      (Vol. ? No. ? p. ?)Henry Still b. 6 Jan 1766 Steward of ME Church, New Windsor, d. Oct 1858 ae 92. Married (1) E. Coleman 3/12/1800 (2) Hester Morgan 5 Nov 1833, d. 12/25/1833 (3) Mary Stanton 10/25/1837 d. 1/18/1853.
      (Vol. 16 No. 1 p. 7)Exerpts from GOSHEN INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN 9/11/1840. Died: 4 Aug 1840 Dr. Lewis Newkirk Stanton, age 27, son of Samuel Stanton of Minisink.


      Gardnertown M.E. Church Cemetery, Newburgh
      Keziah Stanton d. 1839 & baby, Carpenter Stanton, 3 y
      James H. Stanton 1841-1913, wife Melissa 1840-83
      Waring, George A., wife Rachel Stanton
      Carpenter Stanton b. 2/17/1830 d. 8/22/1896 wife Abby Millburn
      David Harryan 1832-1888, wife Mary E. Stanton 1850-1935
      (The above courtesy of Mrs. Irene Gibson, Constantine, MI)
      Eugene, son of W.C. & Mary Marston, died Oct. 5, 1862, aged 8y6m13d
      Wm. C. Marston, born Dec 17, 1801 died Feb 16, 1884
      On the Wm C. Marston monument: His wife, Martha Stanton born Sept 12, 1804, died Aug. 4, 1841. Their son, Francis, died Aug 20, 1875, aged 10 m
      In Memory of Timothy Stanton, died June 22, 1858, aged 71y10m4d
      In Memory of Ann, wife of Timothy Stanton, died Sept 16, 1875, aged 79y6m11d
      Aaron B. Gardner, born Oct 8, 1812, died Sep 26, 1886
      His wife, Mariah Stanton, born Jan 6, 1827, died Jan 9, 1902
      Aaron G., born Jan 27, 1852, died Oct 17, 1854. Alfred E., born Feb 14, 1860, died Aug 30, 1860. Lewis E., born Nov 28, 1854, died July 10, 1871 (Children of Aaron & Maria Gardner)
      William Revill, a native of Trent Bridge, Nottingham, England, died July 24, 1885, aged 83y1m5d
      Elsie, wife of William Revill, and daughter of Timothy and Anna Stanton, died Aug 30, 1870, aged 54y6m11d
      Catharine Stanton, wife of J. S. Marston, born April 8, 1818, died June 8, 1898
      Joshua S. Marston, born Nov 1, 1816, died Dec 17, 1882
      Carpenter Stanton, born Feb 17, 1830 died Aug 22, 1896
      Mary Miller, wife of William C.Marston, Born May 12, 1822, died Sep 25, 1897
      (The above from HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF NEWBURGH BAY AND THE HIGHLANDS, Pub. No. 10 (1903) "In Rural Cemeteries-Gardnertown Cemetery)


      HISTORY OF ORANGE COUNTY, NY, by Ruttenber & Clark
      (p. 120) Erie Railroad, Stanton & Clark, 3 shares, 1848
      (p. 293) 1880. Mrs. Ramsdell replaced one of the ferry boats with an iron boat built by Ward and Stanton of Newburgh, named "City of Newburgh."
      (p. 369) In 1865, a Robert Whitehill resigned from the navy, ret'd to Newburgh and rented a room in the steam engine room of Corwin, Stanton and Co. on Western Ave.
      (p. 285) Newburgh 1785. List of those assessed for labor: George Stanton, William Stanton
      (p. 134) After the peace signed in the Revolution, there were only 1100 of Wesley's Society north of Philadelphia. Wesley suggested an independent organization independent of the Society in England. This was done in 1785 and the title Methodist Episcopal Church was adopted. East Jersey "circuit" bordered on New York and their first service in the town of Newburgh was held probably Oct 1786. In 1789 the Newburgh circuit was established. It embraced 261 members Flanders circuit and was divided into the following classes: Samuel Fowlers, Middlehope; Elnathan Fosters, Newburgh; Munson Wards, Fostertown; George Stantons, Gardnertown, and 16 others.
      (p. 319) In 1825, the George Stanton's class was organized into a church. Dec. 15 Burroughs Westlake, Joshua Marston, David W. Gidney, Silas B. Gardner were chosen trustees of the M.E. Church at Gardnertown. The house of worship erected the next year, Nov. 20. Occupied until Nov. 24, 1858. The society was for some time associated in a circuit with Little Britian.


      From the John J. Nutt histoy NEWBURGH, pub. 1891
      (p. 202) Stanton, Clark & Co. firm of Isaac Stanton, Nicholas Wilson & James Robinson - Highland Furnace, iron foundry and machine shop, the foot of South St. and Front St. This firm dissolved in 1851.
      (p. 249) John Delaney in (?)1872, was in partnership with Samuel Stanton (formerly superintendant of Washington Iron Works, and Luther C. Ward, business manager of the same under Ward, Stanton & Co., building and dock on east side of South Water St. near the foot of South William St., named the Highland Furnace. Here they built and enlarged a number of wooden and then iron boats...manufactured engines and general machinery. Also, in time iron ship building began though wooden ones were constructed earlier. Firm employed 300 men, built steam yachts, ferry boats, towing boats, propellers, hulls, engines and boilers. In 1882 a great fire nearly destroyed it.
      (p. 256) Speaks of Stanton as expert mechanical engineer and droughtsman.
      (p. 266) Samuel G. Kimball became a member of the firm of Stanton, Clark & Co. foundry and machine shop from 1846 until 1851.


      Note from Miss Helen Ver Nooy Gern, Newburgh City Historian, 1985
      Stanton, Isaac--Iron Founder west side of Water St. and Washington St. Stanton, Mollery & Co (Isaac, James H. and George M. Clapp) Highland Iron Works '62-'63. Iron Founder and Machinists west side Water St. and Washington St.
      HUDSON RIVER STEAMBOATS, drawings by Henry Ward Stanton, at the Museum of the City of New York
      Century Magazine of 1882 came the following: (p. 602, 1st column) "Some of our leading steam yacht builders" includes the firm of Ward, Stanton & Co. of Newburgh. (p. 602 2nd column) is information about the "Rhonda" built in 1880 from Mr. Pierre Lorillard, of composite construction, fast and trim and handsome. The (?)Rada built in Newburgh by Messrs. Ward, Stanton & Co. (p. 603) was the following: "the Namouna," completed in the Spring of 1881 for Mr. James Gordon Bennett, by Messrs. Ward, Stanton & Co. of Newburg-on-the-Hudson."


      Notes from PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHIES OF ORANGE COUNTY
      (p. 563-4) Isaac Stanton, born Mattewan, Dutchess County (1813) Father from Long Island to Matteawan, Dutchess County. Isaac m. (1) Eliza the daughter of Hugh Buchanan (born Scotland) and (2) Margaret, his first wife's sister. Isaac learned the cabinet trade in Newburgh. Children by his first wife: Curtis, born Nov. 12, 1842, Newburgh, in the U.S. Navy, married Harriett Hamblet in Lawrence, MA (issue: Harry, Ella, Frank and Grace); Samuel, son of Isaac, died in New Jersey; John H. Stanton was a draughtsman in Newburgh; their sister Elizabeth died in Newburgh.
      (p. 999) Henry F. West, born 1830, the son of Jonathan & Sarah Lawrence West at mouth of Mongaup River, 3 miles from Sparrowbush. He married 1873 Mary Stanton of Forestburgh, Sullivan County, the daughter of Benjamin and Sarah (Carr) Stanton.


      From Newburgh Free Library, Steward's Book, M.E. Church, Newburgh Circuit, baptisms 1789-1834
      Joseph Stanton, S. Paltz, bapt. Mar. 25, 1832


      Latter-Day Saits Church microfilm of Stanton-New York - Orange Co. (early 1980s)
      Stanton, Sophia m. Oliver Kimball 30 Oct 1804 - Orange, Monson
      Stanton, Mary m. Thomas Oakley Hazen 19 Oct 1816 - Orange


      THE HAZEN FAMILY IN AMERICA, Tracy Elliot Hazen, pub. 1947)
      (p. 421) Mary Stanton b. 24 July 1797, Orange County, NY, d. 20 Oct 1853 at Forestburg, Sullivan Co. NY, daughter of Lazarus Stanton of Mt. Hope, NY
      Source: http://webspace.webring.com/people/nu/um_10012/orangemisc.html
    • These records have been transcribed from the original manuscript book now in the possession of the city of Newburgh, New York. Every attempt has been made to replicate the original spelling and punctuation; brackets indicate when a word or number was illegible or doubtful. Bars indicate the original page breaks.

      Road Taxes Keeping the roads and bridges in passable condition was considered to be the responsibility of those the roads served. Therefore, road taxes were levied on residents rather than only on landowners - widows, grown sons living at home, hired hands, and renters were all listed in the road tax rolls. The unit of measurement was that of "a day's labor" which could be worked off, commuted to cash, or otherwise abated. Residents with large tracts of land were tallied as owing more days of labor than hired hands or tenants. And someone whose land took in roads in more than one District was listed in all Districts he was considered to have the benefit of.

      The town was divided into Road Districts, each with an Overseer responsible for getting the work done and the money collected. These districts are carefully described, because they do not represent areas on a map, but groupings of specific roads; and roads, at this time, were not named. In general, "streets" were laid out and named by surveyors, while "roads" were created by the traffic using them and were described by their destination -- so the Village of Newburgh at this time included "Clinton Street" and "Liberty Street, also known as King Street," but the present Gidney Avenue (which ran through the Glebe, outside the Village) was referred to as "The road to Limestone Hill" or "The road to Gidney's Mill." It can be noted that most of the Village of Newburgh (it was incorporated in 1800) usually comprises only one Road District. The Road Tax records begin with a table showing the responsibilities of the various Overseers, and then proceed to a detailed listing of individuals and a description of the districts. In later years, the table was omitted, and sometimes the only districts to be described were those that had changed.

      Newburgh Road Districts

      1807
      District No. 3
      Page 14
      William Stanten 7
      Benjamin Stanten 1
      George Stanten 7
      Richhard Stanten 3
      Uriah Stanten 1
      Samuel Stanten 1

      1808
      Page 24
      No. 3
      William Stanton 4
      Benjamin Stanton 1
      George Stanton 6
      Richard Stanton 3
      Samuel Stanton 1
      Uriah Stanton 1

      Page 26
      No. 12
      Danl Totten 1

      1809
      District 3
      Page 30
      Richard Stanton 3
      William Stanton 4
      Benjm Stanton 1
      George Stanton 6
      Samuel Stanton 1
      Uriah Stanton 1

      District 12
      Page 33
      Danil Totten 2

      1810
      District No. 3
      Page 44
      Wm Stanten 4
      Benjm Stanten 6
      Richard Stanton 3
      Samuel Stuntun 1
      Uriah Stanten 1

      1811
      District No. 3
      Page 58
      William Stanton 4
      Benjamin Stanton 2
      George Stanton 6
      Richard Stanton 3
      Samuel Stanton 1
      Uriah Stanton 1

      District N4
      Page 59
      Daniel Totten 1

      1812
      District No. 3
      Page 74
      William Stanton 4
      Benjamin Stanton 2
      George Stanton 8
      Richard Stanton 3
      Samuel Stanton 1
      Uriah Stanton 1

      1813
      District No. 3
      Page 89
      George Stanton 6
      Richard Stanton 3
      Uriah Stanton 1
      Samuel Stanton 1
      William Stanton 1
      Benjamin Stanton 4
    • 1807 District 3
      Beginning at the Turn pike Road by Wm W.
      Sackets northerly to Samuel Downing in
      Water Street from Second Street to third
      Street with all the Street in the Village
      of Newburgh exceping Colding Street from St. Georges
      Church westerly to Intersect the road by Smith [Pines]
      from Wallers old place to Belknap Saw Mill from
      the Main road by Gidneys Mill to William Wilson
      at [Fosters]Town from Collards old place to Lund
      Belknaps

      1808 District 3
      Beginning at the Turn pike Road by Wm
      W. Sackets northerly to Samuel Downing corner
      in Water Street from Second Street to Third Street
      with all the Streets in the Village of Newburgh
      Except Colden Street from St. Georges Church
      westerly until it Intersects the road by
      Smith [Pines] from Wallers old place to
      Belknaps Saw Mill from Main road by
      Gidney Mill to William Wilsons at
      [Fosters]Town from Allards old [ ] to
      Lund Belknaps

      1809 District 3
      Beginning at the Turnpike Road by
      Wm W. Sackets northerly to St. Andrews Church
      northerly along the main road to the north
      side. In Water Street from Second to Third
      Street, with all the Streets in the Village
      of NewBurgh Except Colden St from St. Georges
      Church westerly until it Intersects the Road
      by Smith Pines from Waller old place to
      Belknaps Saw mill from Main Road by
      Gidney's Mill to William Wilsons at Fosters
      Town from Collards old place to James
      Belknap from thence to Turnpike.

      1810 District 3
      Beginning at the Turnpike near Wm W.
      Sackets Northerly to St. Andrews Church
      in Water Street from Second to Third Street
      with all the Streets in the Village of
      NewBurgh Except Colden & Water Street from St. Georges
      Church Westerly until it Intersects the road
      by Smith Pine to late Henery Handmon's
      from Waller's old place to Belknaps saw
      mill from main Road by Gidney's mil
      to William Wilsons at Fostertown from
      Collards old place to Sands Belknap's from
      thence to the Turnpike.

      1811 District 3
      Beginning at the Turnpike at Wm W. Sackets
      Northerly to St. George Church in Water Street
      from Second to Third Street with all the
      Streets in NewBurgh except [East] of Water Colden
      and First Street northerly Grand Street from St. [Georges] Church Westerly
      until it Intersects the road by Smith Pines
      continuing westerly to late Henry Hammens
      from Waller's old place to Belknaps saw
      Mill from the Main road by Gidney's Mill
      To William Wilsons at Foster Town from
      collards old place to Sands Belknap

      1812 District 3
      Beginning at the turnpike at Wm W. Sackets
      Westerly to St. Georges Church in water Street
      from Second to third Street with all the
      Streets in the Village except east of water St
      Excepting Colden Street including Grand St
      from St. Georges Church west to Smith Pines to late
      Francis Handmores from Weller's old place
      to Belknaps Saw mill from Gidney's Mill to
      William Wilson from Walters old place to
      Sands Belknaps and Southerly across Chauncy
      Belknaps Meadow to his South line and from
      Gidney Bridge easterly to the turnpike

      1813 District 3
      Beginning at the North bounds of the
      Corporation North of John Brown's Stone House
      then westerly by the North bounds of Henry
      Millers land including the road by Eleazor
      Gidney's MIll to William Wilson Junr the road
      from the house lately owned by Sands Bel-
      knap to the West bounds of the Corporation
      by Solomon Brundages and the Road from
      Walters old place to Belknaps Saw Mill


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