James Harvey Stanton

James Harvey Stanton

Male 1861 - 1937

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  • Name  James Harvey Stanton 
    Born  2 Jan 1861  Monroe, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  25 Dec 1937  Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern, Rockland County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried  28 Dec 1937  Brick Church Cemetery, New Hempstead, Rockland County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I94  Main
    Last Modified  2 Sep 2013 

    Father  William Henry Stanton,   b. 15 Apr 1833, Newburgh, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Nov 1911, 279 E Main St, Middletown, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Catherine Priscilla Newkirk,   b. Abt 1833, Circleville, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Apr 1909, 7 Ridge St, Middletown, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  20 Aug 1853  Congregational Church, Blooming Grove, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F1660  Group Sheet

    Family 1  Catharine Peterson,   b. 16 Jul 1864, Haverstraw [Stony Point], Rockland County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Jul 1883, Stony Point, Rockland County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  20 Apr 1882  David C Peterson home, Thiells, Rockland County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    Married:
    • 20 Apr 1882
      At the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. D. J. Asbury, J. Harvey Stanton, of Turners [today Harriman], and Katie, youngest daughter of David C. Peterson, of Theills, Rockland Co., N. Y.
      Source: Marriage Notices From The Goshen Independent Republican 1866-1883, Page 184, Item #4300
    Last Modified  30 Mar 2007 
    Family ID  F1683  Group Sheet

    Family 2  Harriet L Furman,   b. 15 Jul 1854, Cornwall, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Jan 1935, Haverstraw, Rockland County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  Abt 1886  [probably] Haverstraw, Rockland County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
    >1. William Henry Stanton,   b. 22 Aug 1887, Haverstraw, Rockland County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Nov 1970, Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern, Rockland County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location
    >2. Mary Emma Stanton,   b. 28 Jun 1890, Haverstraw, Rockland County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Jan 1967, All Souls Hospital, Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. inf Stanton,   b. Between Apr 1891-Oct 1894,   d. Between Apr 1891 -Aug 1895
     4. Reuben F Stanton,   b. 6 Aug 1895, Ladentown, Rockland County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Nov 1896, Haverstraw, Rockland County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location
     5. unk Stanton,   b. Abt Jul 1896,   d. 11 Jul 1897, [probably] Haverstraw, Rockland County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location
    >6. Charles Babcock Stanton,   b. 10 Jun 1897, Haverstraw, Rockland County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Jan 1969, Thiells, Rockland County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified  3 Jun 2013 
    Family ID  F68  Group Sheet

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 2 Jan 1861 - Monroe, Orange County, New York Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 20 Apr 1882 - David C Peterson home, Thiells, Rockland County, New York Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - Abt 1886 - [probably] Haverstraw, Rockland County, New York Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 25 Dec 1937 - Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern, Rockland County, New York Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - 28 Dec 1937 - Brick Church Cemetery, New Hempstead, Rockland County, New York Link to Google Earth
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  • Photos

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    abt 1900 - James Harvey Stanton
    abt 1900 - James Harvey Stanton
    1926c William Stanton etal on porch
    1926c William Stanton etal on porch
    L-R: Hattie L, J Harvey, Charles, Phoebe, Louise Corsner and William Stanton

    Documents

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    1865 NY Census in Blooming Grove NY
    1865 W H Stanton household in Blooming Grove NY
    9 Jun 1865
    Wm Stanton[sic], Age 5, Born [abt 1859] in Orange County NY
    Living in Blooming Grove NY with father W H (37), mother Catherine (35), sister Amelia (14), brother Chas (8) and sister Jane[?] (3)
    Source: 1865 NY State Census, Orange/Blooming Grove, 2nd District, Page 5, Line 33-38, Dwelling 33, Family 35
    1870 Census in Crawford NY
    1870 Wm H Stanton household in Crawford NY
    7 Sep 1870
    James H Stanton, Age 10, Born [abt 1860] in NY
    Living in Crawford NY with [father] Wm H (38), [mother] P C (38), [sister] Amelia C (16), [brother] George A (12) and [sister] Mary (2)
    Source: 1870 US Federal Census, NY/Orange/Crawford, Page 42, Lines 35-40, Dwelling 314, Family 313
    1875 Census in Goshen NY
    1875 William H Stanton household in Goshen NY
    15 Jun 1875
    James H Stanton, Age 13, Born [abt 1861] in Orange County NY, Single
    Living in Goshen NY with father William H (41), mother Catharine P (41), sister Catharine A (21), brother George A (17), boarders Ellen A Smith (34), Richard Sears (14), Winthrop Sears (11)
    Source: 1875 NY State Census, Orange/Goshen, 1st Election District, Page 41, Line 9-16, Dwelling 314, Family 340
    1880 Census in Blooming Grove NY
    1880 William H Stanton household in Blooming Grove NY
    21 Jun 1880
    James H Stanton, Age 20, Born [abt 1859] in NY, Single, Occupation: At home
    Living in Blooming Grove NY with father William H (46), mother Catherine P (46), brother George A (23) and sister-in-law Maggie A (19)
    Source: 1880 Federal Census, NY/Orange County/Blooming Grove, 1st Elect Dist, Enum Dist 1, Page 33, Lines 7-11, Family 256
    1882 J Harvey Stanton-Katie Peterson marriage in Theills NY
    1882 J Harvey Stanton-Katie Peterson marriage in Theills NY
    20 Apr 1882
    At the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. D. J. Asbury, J. Harvey Stanton, of Turners [NY, renamed Harriman in 1910], and Katie, youngest daughter of David C. Peterson, of Theills, Rockland Co., N. Y.
    Source: Marriage Notices From The Goshen Independent Republican 1866-1883, Page 184, Item #4300
    1890 Mary Emma Stanton birth in Haverstraw NY
    1890 Mary Emma Stanton birth in Haverstraw NY
    28 Jun 1890
    daughter Mary Emma Stanton was born in Camphill Haverstraw
    Harry Stanton, age 44, born [about 1845] in Monroe, Orange Co[unty, NY]. Occupation: Painter
    Source: Haverstraw Town Clerk, Verified Transcript of Birth Register - 1890 #2278
    1892 NY Census in Haverstraw NY
    1892 Harry Stanton household in Haverstraw NY
    [16 Feb] 1892
    Harry Stanton, Age 48, Born [abt 1844] in US, Painter
    Living in Haverstraw, NY with [wife] Hattie L (36), [step-daughter] Martha L Secor (15), [daughter] Mary Emma (2) and [son] William H (5)
    Source: 1892 NY State Census, Rockland/Haverstraw, Election District 1, Page 7, 1st Column, Lines 13-17
    1895 R[euben] F Stanton birth in Ladentown NY
    1895 R[euben] F Stanton birth in Ladentown NY
    6 Aug 1895
    son R F Stanton was born in Ladentown NY
    J Harvey Stanton, age 53, born [abt 1842] in USA, Farmer
    Ramapo Town Clerk - Births Register - Transcribed by Brian Stanton from viewing of original record in ledger book
    1896 Reuben F Stanton death in Haverstraw NY
    1896 Reuben F Stanton death in Haverstraw NY
    1[6] Nov 1896
    son Rueben[sic] F Stanton, age 1 year 2 months 10 days, died of convulsions and was buried in Mt. Repose [Cemetery]
    mother: Hattie Stanton (married name)
    father: Harvey Stanton
    Source: Haverstraw town clerk, district 4351, index number 318, certified transcript of death, transcribed 1 Apr 2005
    1897 Stanton child death in Mt Ivy NY
    1897 Stanton child death in Mt Ivy NY
    MOUNT IVY.
    ...
    The adopted child of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stanton died last Sunday [11 Jul 1897], aged one year.
    Source: Rockland County Journal (Nyack NY) published Sat 17 Jul 1897 page 8
    1900 J H Stanton parents visit Mt Ivy
    1900 J H Stanton parents visit Mt Ivy
    MT. IVY
    Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stanton of Washingtonville, spent a few days last week as the guest of his son, J. H. Stanton, of this place.
    Source: Rockland County Times (Haverstraw NY) published Sat 6 Jan 1900 page 2
    1900 Census in Haverstraw NY
    1900 James H Stanton household in Haverstraw NY
    15 Jun 1900
    James H Stanton, Age 57, Born Jan 1843 in NY, Married 14 years, Painter
    Living in Haverstraw NY with wife Harriet (44), son William H (12), daughter Mary E (9) and son Charles B (2)
    [NOTE: Owns farm free & clear - see Farm Schedule #32]
    Source: 1900 US Federal Census, NY/Rockland/Haverstraw, Enum Dist 62, Page 7A, Lines 1-5, Dwelling 74, Family 79
    1905 Census in Haverstraw NY
    1905 Harry Stanton household in Haverstraw NY
    1 Jun 1905
    Harry Stanton, Age 61, Born [abt 1843] in US, Painter
    Living in Haverstraw NY with wife Hattie L (49), son William (18), daughter Mary E (15) and son Charles (8)
    Source: 1905 NY State Census, Rockland/Haverstraw, Election District 1, Page 16, Lines 40-44
    1909 Percilla Stanton death in Middletown NY
    1909 Percilla Stanton death in Middletown NY
    Wed 14 Apr 1909
    mother Percilla[sic] Stanton died in Middletown NY
    James A [Stanton] living in Rockland County [NY]
    Source: Middletown Daily Times-Press, Wed 14 Apr 1909, Page 10
    1910 William Stanton-Elizabeth Conklin marriage in Sherwoodsville [Ramapo] NY
    1910 William Stanton-Elizabeth Conklin marriage in Sherwoodsville [Ramapo] NY
    20 Apr 1910
    son William Stanton married Elizabeth Conklin in Sherwoodsville NY
    Harry Stanton, born in New York State, husband of Hattie Furman
    Source: Ramapo Town Clerk, 1910 Marriage Certificate transcript, District 4353, Number 134-1910
    1910 Census in Haverstraw NY
    1910 J Harvey Stanton household in Haverstraw NY
    20-21 Apr 1910
    J Harvey Stanton, Age 67, Born [abt 1842] in NY, Married (3 times) 23 years, Painter
    Living in Haverstraw NY with wife Hattie L (52), sons William (23), Charles B (12) and boarder Lizzie Concklin (18)
    Source: 1910 US Federal Census, NY/Rockland/Haverstraw, Enum Dist 99, Page 2A, Lines 12-16, Dwelling 25, Family 27
    1911 William A Stanton death in Middletown NY
    1911 William A Stanton death in Middletown NY
    Mon 20 Nov 1911
    father William A Stanton died in Middletown NY
    James H [Stanton] living in Haverstraw [NY]
    Source: Middletown Daily Times-Press on Tue 21 Nov 1911 page 1
    1911 William A Stanton death in Middletown NY
    1911 William A Stanton death in Middletown NY
    William A. Stanton.
    William A. Stanton died on Monday [20 Nov] at the residence of his son George Stanton, in Middletown, aged 88 years. He was born in Washingtonville and lived there until five years ago, when he removed to Middletown. He leaves two sons, George A., of Middletown, and James H., of Haverstraw.
    Source: Goshen Independent Republican published Fri 24 Nov 1911, Page 1
    1911 William H Stanton burial in Washingtonville NY
    1911 William H Stanton burial in Washingtonville NY
    The burial of Mr. William H. Stanton took place here [Washingtonville NY] Thursday afternoon, arriving from Middletown [NY]. He leaves two sons, George A. of Middletown, who has for several years been conductor on the trolley, and Harry A., of Haverstraw.
    Source: Newburgh Daily Journal (Newburgh NY) published Fri 24 Nov 1911 page 5
    1915 Census in Haverstraw NY
    1915 James H Stanton household in Haverstraw NY
    Jun 1915
    James H Stanton, Age 72, Born [abt 1842] in US, Painter
    Living on Camp Hill Road in Haverstraw NY with wife Hattie (57) and son Charles B (19)
    Source: 1915 NY State Census, Rockland/Haverstraw, Election District 1, Page 9, Lines 16-18
    1920 Census in Haverstraw NY
    1920 James H Stanton household in Haverstraw NY
    16 Jan 1920
    James H Stanton, Age 78, Born [abt 1841] in NY, Painter
    Living on Camphill Road in Haverstraw NY with wife Hattie (59) and son Charles (22)
    Source: 1920 US Census, New York/Rockland/Haverstraw, Enumeration District 210, Page 12A, Lines 25-27, Dwelling 99, Family 101
    At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
    At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
    1934 Hattie L Stanton Will - page 1
    1934 Hattie L Stanton Will - page 1
    1934 Hattie L Stanton Will - page 2
    1934 Hattie L Stanton Will - page 2
    1937 James Harvey Stanton death in Suffern NY
    1937 James Harvey Stanton death in Suffern NY
    25 Dec 1937 1:00am
    James Harvey Stanton, age 95, died of cerebral hemorrhage in Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern NY
    Widower of Hattie L Stanton
    Born 2 Jan 1842 in Orange County NY to Wm Henry Stanton and unknown mother (Both born in Orange County NY)
    Interred 28 Dec 1937 in W. New Hempstead [Brick Church Cemetery] NY
    Informant [son] Wm Stanton of Pomona NY
    Source: James Harvey Stanton death certificate, Suffern NY Village Clerk, Register of Deaths, 1937, Registered No. 120

    Headstones
    Brick Church Cemetery, New Hempstead NY
    Brick Church Cemetery, New Hempstead NY
    James H. Stanton 1844-1937
    Hattie L. Stanton 1856-1945
    Hanna J. Conklin 1856-1957
    Brick Church Cemetery, New Hempstead NY
    Brick Church Cemetery, New Hempstead NY
    Stanton family plot
    Looking towards west

  • Notes 
    • 50 Years Ago
      May 9th 1895
      LADENTOWN
      J. H. Stanton has been engaged in painting the house of Mark Gurnee, at Garnerville.
      Source: Orangetown Telegram and Pearl River Sesarchlight (Pearl River NY) published 11 May 1945 page 3

      SCHOOL MEETING NIGHT.
      MEETINGS HELD THROUGHOUT ROCKLAND COUNTY.
      Several of the Districts in Which the Annual Reports Were Read and Trustees Elected--O. W. Campbell Declines After Serving Twenty Years.
      Annual school meetings were held in the various districts throughout Rockland County on Tuesday evening [4 Aug 1896], and the results in several of them are as follows:
      ...
      District No. 12, Ramapo (Camp Hill)--Trustee, Daniel Allen; Clerk, Harry Stanton; Collector, Casper Zorn; Librarian, Frank Call. Appropriations, $375.
      Source: Rockland County Journal (Nyack NY) published Sat 8 Aug 1896 page 1

      The one-year old son of Harry Stanton, who resides near Camp Hill, died last Tuesday [17 Nov 1896] night.
      Source: Rockland County Journal (Nyack NY) published Sat 21 Nov 1896 page 8

      MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS
      From the Leader Files
      50 Years Ago
      [Thu] January 7, 1897
      MOUNT IVY
      Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Brownsell of New City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stanton on New Years.
      Source: Orangetown Telegram and Pearl River Searchlight (Pearl River NY) published Fri 10 Jan 1947 page 3

      MOUNT IVY.
      A bottle containing a quantity of alcohol, standing upon the mantel, in the kitchen of Mrs. J. H. Stanton, of this place, caused what might have proved a very serious conflagration on Thursday, the 21st inst [21 Jan 1897], had it not been for the quick wit of the aforesaid lady. Mrs. Stanton, who had been engaged in washing dishes, in her endeavor to remove some article from the mantel, which runs horizontal with a large cook stove, the bottle was overturned and the contents became ignited, the flames reaching the ceiling of the room, she at once threw the contents of her dishpan upon the fire and succeeded in extinguishing the flames.
      Source: Rockland County Journal (Nyack NY) published Sat 30 Jan 1897 page 8

      MIRROR OF BYGONE DAYS
      From the Leader Files
      50 Years Ago
      [Thu] May 13th, 1897
      MOUNTY[sic] IVY
      H. S. Stanton and family visited relatives at New City, on Sunday.
      Source: Orangetown Telegram and Pearl River Searchlight (Pearl River NY) published Fri 16 May 1947 page 2

      LADENTOWN.
      ...
      Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stanton spent Sunday [24 Jul 1897] with friends in Suffern.
      ...
      Mr. Henry Sidman, of Pomona station, is having his large store repainted and papered throughout. J. H. Stanton of this place has the work in charge.
      Source: Rockland County Journal (Nyack NY) published Sat 31 Jul 1897 page 8

      50 Years Ago
      [Thu] September 16th, 1897
      ...
      NEW CITY
      Robt. Lake and wife, Mrs. Louisa Brownsell, of Monsey, James Cooke and wife, of Suffern, J. H. Stanton, wife and family, spent Sunday [12 Sep 1897] at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brownsell.
      Source: Orangetown Telegram (Pearl River NY) published [Fri] 19 Sep 1947 page 9

      LADENTOWN.
      ...
      J. H. Stanton has purchased a new horse, he is five years old and a very good stepper.
      Source: Rockland County Journal (Nyack NY) published Sat 4 Mar 1899 page 8

      MOUNT IVY.
      Last Friday [prob 21 Jul 1899] morning during the absence of the inmates, the house of Mr. J. H. Stanton was entered and robbed of money and articles amounting to about $50.
      Source: Rockland County Journal (Nyack NY) published Sat 29 Jul 1899 page 8

      LADENTOWN.
      Mr. J. Harry Stanton had a valuable cow killed by lightning during the storm on Monday evening.
      Source: Rockland County Times (Haverstraw NY) published Sat 16 Jun 1900 page 8

      MT. IVY.
      During the shower of Monday evening of last week lightning struck the barn of Mr. J. H. Stanton, making a complete wreck of the same, it also killed a valuable young cow at the same time, which was standing near the building.
      Source: Rockland County Times (Haverstraw NY) published Sat 23 Jun 1900 page 4

      probably
      GARNERVILLE.
      Mr. Stanton, of Mt. Ivy, has rented the saloon lately vacated by Thomas Nevins and will conduct a saloon there.
      ...
      Thomas Nevins has given up his saloon business at Mead's corner and has moved his family to one of the Hasbrouck buildings in West Haverstraw.
      Source: Rockland County Times (Haverstraw NY) published Sat 13 Apr 1901 page 5

      MOUNT IVY.
      Mr. J. H. Stanton, who moved to Suffern last Fall from his home here, has returned again.
      Source: Rockland County Times (Haverstraw NY) published Sat 27 Jun 1903 page 5

      MOUNT IVY.
      ...
      Frank Call, Harry Stanton and Dayton Starr have painted their houses with Townsend's cold water paint, and they look all right.
      Source: Rockland County Times (Haverstraw NY) published Sat 16 Jul 1904 page 4

      15 Apr - 21 May 1910
      J Harvey Stanton census taker for Ramapo NY Enumeration District 118
      Source: 1910 US Federal Census, NY/Rockland/Ramapo, Enum Dist 118, Pages 1 - 40

      19 Dec 1934
      Description: HAVERSTRAW
      2 Grantors - Harriet L STANTON; J Harvey STANTON
      1 Grantee - HOME OWNERS LOAN CORP
      Source: Rockland County Clerk, Liber of Mortgages, Book 319, Page 354

      28 Dec 1937
      James Harvey Stanton interred in Brick Church Cemetery - Section B Division 4 Plot 7s Grave 5
      Source: Burials at Brick Church Cemetery 1774-1994 Section 1 Page 162
    • other possibilities

      16 Aug 1850
      James Stanton, Age 7, Born [abt 1843] in NY, Attending school
      Living in Minisink NY with James Simmons (57), Flozar S Simmons (55), Sally S Simmons (28) and Alex Simmons (13)
      Source: 1850 US Federal Census, NY/Orange/Minisink, Page 258, Lines 23-27, Dwelling 223, Family 242

      11 Jul 1860
      James Stanton, Age 14, Born [abt 1846] in NY, Servant
      Living in Syracuse, NY with others
      [NOTE: this may be the James Stanton who signs up for the civial war service below]
      Source: 1860 US Federal Census, NY/Onondaga/6th Ward Syracuse, Page 88, Line 12, Dwelling 493, Family 580

      9 Sep 1860
      James N (H?) Stanton, Age 17, Born [abt 1843] in NY
      Living in Wawayanda NY with Sarah J Lee (38), Laury Lee (3) and Elizabeth Shears (17)
      Source: 1860 US Federal Census, NY/Orange/Wawayanda, Page 345, Lines 2-5, Dwelling 2346, Family 2614

      8 May 1885
      a James Stanton married in Orlean NY
      Source: NY State Archives 1885 Marriage Index #5170

      18 Sep 1889
      a Harvey Stanton married in Waverly NY
      Source: NY State Archives 1889 Marriage Index #15286

    Name:
    • given name variations over the years (duplicate of years means multiple documents in that year)
      J H 1897, 1895, 1897, 1897, 1897, 1899, 1899, 1900, 1903
      James H 1870, 1875, 1880, 1900, 1911, 1915, 1920, 1930
      J Harvey 1882, 1895, 1910, 1934, 1910, 1934
      Harry 1890, 1892, 1905, 1910, 1896, 1896, 1904
      other 1865 Wm, 1896 Harvey, 1909 James A, 1911 Harry A, 1925 J Harry, 1937 James Harvey, 1897 H S, 1900 J Harry


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