George Stanser

(circa 1742 - before 1 August 1810)
     George Stanser was born circa 1742. An Elizabeth Stanser was buried at Throapham on 11 Sep 1688.
George Stanser married Elizabeth Mellings on 20 July 1769 in Throapham, Yorkshire.
     George died before 1 August 1810 in Throapham, Yorkshire. He was buried on 1 August 1810 in St John the Baptist, Throapham.

Children of George Stanser and Elizabeth Mellings

George Stanser

(28 October 1770 - )
     George Stanser was christened on 28 October 1770 in Throapham, Yorkshire. He was the son of George Stanser and Elizabeth Mellings.

George Stanser

(26 January 1784 - )
     George Stanser was born on 26 January 1784 in Handsworth, Yorkshire. He was the son of Jane Stanser. George Stanser was christened on 29 February 1784 in Handsworth.
     George Stanser was recorded on the 1841 census in York Street, Sculcoates, Yorkshire. George Stancer, 60, Leadcases ... with Elizabeth Collinson, 60, Female searvant, both born in the county.

George Stanser

(circa 1835 - 12 July 1910)
     George Stanser was born circa 1835 in Sturton le Steeple, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of William Stanser and Mary Cobb.
     George Stanser appeared on the 1841 census in the household of William Stanser and Mary Cobb in North St, Sturton le Steeple. Hannah, Catherine, Elizabeth, Mary, George, John, William and Thomas were listed as the children of William Stanser in the 1851 census in Sturton le Steeple. George, Elizabeth, William, James and Laura were listed as the children of William Stanser in the 1861 census in Sturton le Steeple.
George Stanser married Sarah Ann Pearce on 12 January 1865 in St Peter & St Paul, Sturton le Steeple, Nottinghamshire. George Stanser, aged 28, farmer, son of William Stanser, farmer & Sarah Ann Pearce, aged 30.
     George Stanser was recorded on the 1871 census in Freemans Lane, Sturton le Steeple. George Stanser, widower 36, farmer of 128 acres ... born Sturton; with his children Sarah aged 5 and William P aged 2, both born at Sturton, with a housemaid and 2 farm servants.
George Stanser married secondly Harriett Booth on 14 June 1871 in Sturton le Steeple, Nottinghamshire. George Stanser, widower, son of William Stanser, farmer & Harriette Booth, spinster of Fenton, both of full age. George Stanser was an executor of William Stanser's estate on 20 May 1880 in Nottingham. He is probably the George Stanser Cobb mentioned in the Probate index.
     George Stanser and Harriett Booth were recorded on the 1881 census in Sturton le Steeple. George Stanser, aged 46, head, married, born Sturton, farmer of 182 acres, with his wife Harriet aged 35, born Broxholme, Lincs, and their children Mary aged 8, John 4, James 2, Hannah 1, all born at Sturton; and servants Mary Newton 25, Emma Holgate 19, John Justice 27, and Samuel Bingham 15 indoor ag servant born Habblesthorpe, Ntt.
     George was registered at Sturton le Steeple on the 1885 electoral roll. George Stanser, of Sturton, was registered to vote in the Northern Divison of Nottinghamshire, his qualification was for land in Sandhill & Nooking, Sturton. He was an executor of Harriett Booth's estate on 15 March 1890 in Nottingham.
     George Stanser was recorded on the 1901 census in Sturton le Steeple. Another listed at Sturton was Elizabeth 57 visitor.
     George died on 12 July 1910 in Sturton le Steeple, Nottinghamshire.
     The administration of his estate was granted on 11 October 1910.

Children of George Stanser and Sarah Ann Pearce

Children of George Stanser and Harriett Booth

George Stanser

(12 May 1723 - )
     George Stanser was christened on 12 May 1723 in North Wheatley, Nottinghamshire. Georgius Stanza, Georgii & Anna Stanza. He was the son of George Stanser and Ann Lane.

George Stanser

(14 July 1715 - )
     George Stanser was christened on 14 July 1715 in Blyth. Georg: son of Pet: Stanser (illegible). He was the son of Peter Stanser and Mary Downhill.

George Stanser

(say 1680 - )
     George Stanser was born say 1680. He was the son of Blyth Patriarch Stanser.
     George resided at Norney, Blyth, Nottinghamshire, from 1702.

Children of George Stanser

George Stanser

(22 December 1702 - )
     George Stanser was christened on 22 December 1702 in Blyth, Nottinghamshire. George son of Georg: Stanser, of Norney. He was the son of George Stanser.

George Stanser

(before 1735 - 13 January 1771)
     George Stanser was born before 1735. He may be the George baptised in 1732 at Thorpe Salvin.
George Stanser married Hannah Hodgons on 18 July 1756 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster.
     George Stanser PO were involved in a criminal court case in April 1769 in London. Old Bailey Sessions – Stanser. Edward Walden, Theft > grand larceny, 5th April 1769. Verdict: Guilty
Punishment: Transportation
234. (M.) Edward Walden was indicted for stealing twelve skins of shammy leather, value 12 s. and fourteen yards of Russia drab, value 14 s. the property of George Stanser, March 25. *
George Stanser . I am a taylor , and live in Bedfordberry. I lost twelve shammy skins, and fourteen yards of Russia drab, on the 25th of March. The prisoner and two others had been in my shop to buy something, and after they were gone, the things were missing.
James Robinson. I live in White-Horse-Yard. On the 25th of March, in the evening, the prosecutor came and let me know he had lost the things mentioned. After that the prisoner came and offered two shammy skins, and said he had some dark canvas, or something of that sort. I desired him to bring that. When he was gone, I went and told the prosecutor; he came, and the prisoner was stopt when he came with the Russia drab.
Thomas Hall. On the 25th of March, the prisoner came with two skins and some Russia drab, and offered them to sale. I had had notice from the prosecutor, that he had lost such. I asked the prisoner the price; he asked 12 d. each for the skins, and 10 d. a yard for the Russia drab. I kept him longer than I should do, expecting the prosecutor. I slipt them behind the counter, and said I would stop him. He attempting to make his escape, I catched hold of the skirt of his coat, but he pulled it off, left that with me, and got away.
Hannah Stanser. I am wife to the prosecutor. On the 25th of March, about seven in the evening, the prisoner and two men came to our shop, and asked for some blue stuff. I had none. It being dusk, I got a candle. They kept telling me to reach down goods. I feared the y were upon some bad design. The goods mentioned in the indictment were there when they came in, and when they went out they were gone. The prisoner went away first, and said to the other, I will go, and you will come to me.
Prisoner's Defence.
Two gentlemen came to my lodgings. I went with them. One of them said to me, he had got some things he wished I would dispose of for him; then he gave me the skins and drab. I took them, and went to sell them for him. I was not in the prosecutor's shop.
To his Character.
William Madan. I live in Rosemary-lane, and have known the prisoner five years. I look upon him to be an honest man.
Henry Jourday. I am a taylor. I have known him three years: he has worked with me, and behaved very honestly.
James Tracy. I am a linen-draper, and live in Holbourn. I have known him two years. I never heard any thing bad of him.
Ann Story. I live near the Seven Dials. I have known him four years. He has bore a good character.
John Mitchimer. I have known him seven years. I always looked upon him to be an industrious man.
Thomas Dobine. I live in the Minories. I have known him five years. He bears a good character. I have trusted him, and found him honest.
Guilty. T.. George was a witness for the prosecution on 5 April 1769. 234. (M.) Edward Walden was indicted for stealing twelve skins of shammy leather, value 12 s. and fourteen yards of Russia drab, value 14 s. the property of George Stanser , March 25 . *
George Stanser . I am a taylor , and live in Bedfordberry . I lost twelve shammy skins, and fourteen yards of Russia drab, on the 25th of March. The prisoner and two others had been in my shop to buy something, and after they were gone, the things were missing.
James Robinson . I live in White-Horse-Yard. On the 25th of March, in the evening, the prosecutor came and let me know he had lost the things mentioned. After that the prisoner came and offered two shammy skins, and said he had some dark canvas, or something of that sort. I desired him to bring that. When he was gone, I went and told the prosecutor; he came, and the prisoner was stopt when he came with the Russia drab.
Thomas Hall. On the 25th of March, the prisoner came with two skins and some Russia drab, and offered them to sale. I had had notice from the prosecutor, that he had lost such. I asked the prisoner the price; he asked 12 d. each for the skins, and 10 d. a yard for the Russia drab. I kept him longer than I should do, expecting the prosecutor. I slipt them behind the counter, and said I would stop him. He attempting to make his escape, I catched hold of the skirt of his coat, but he pulled it off, left that with me, and got away.
Hannah Stanser . I am wife to the prosecutor. On the 25th of March, about seven in the evening, the prisoner and two men came to our shop, and asked for some blue stuff. I had none. It being dusk, I got a candle. They kept telling me to reach down goods. I feared the y were upon some bad design. The goods mentioned in the indictment were there when they came in, and when they went out they were gone. The prisoner went away first, and said to the other, I will go, and you will come to me.
     George was was a tailor in Bedford Bury, London, in 1770.
     George Stanser made a will dated 19 December 1770 in Westminster. In the Name of God Amen I George Stanser of Bedford Bury in the Parish of Saint Martin in the Fields in the County of Middlesex Taylor Do make my last Will and Testament in manner following First my mind and Will is that all my Just debts and Funeral Expenses be fully paid and satisfied and after Payment thereof as to all the rest and residue of my Estate and Effects whatsoever and wheresoever I Give Devise and bequeath the same unto my beloved Wife Hannah Stanser her Executors and Admons to and for her and their own use for ever And I do hereby Nominate Constitute and Appoint my said Wife Sole Executrix of this my last will hereby revoking all former and other Wills by me here before made In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this nineteenth day of December in the Year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and seventy
Geo. Stanser Signed Sealed Published and declared by the said Testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of Jona Barffee
5th November 1771
Appeared Personally Rowland Hozier of the Parish of Saint James Westminster in the County of Middlesex Taylor and made Oath that he knew and was well Acquainted with George Stanser late of the Parish of Saint Martin in the Fields in the same County deceased and likewise with his manner and Character of hand writing by having often seen him write and subscribe his name that having now more fully viewed and perused the paper abutting hereunto annexed being or purporting to be the last Will and Testament of the said deceased beginning thus ~, In the Name of God Amen I George Stanser of Bedford Bury in the Parish of St Martin in the Fields in the County of Middlesex Taylor ~, ending "in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this nineteenth day of December in the year of Lord One thousand Seven hundred and seventy" and thus subscribed, Geo. Stanser", does verily believe that the said Subscription to the said Will was wrote by and with the proper hand of the said George Stanser Deceased, Rowland Hozier Same day, the said Rowland Hozier was duly Sworn to the truth of the afore going Affidavit before me And. Colsee Ducarel
Surrogate present Willm Fuller Not Pub.

     George was buried on 13 January 1771 in Westminster.
     His will was proved on 12 November 1771 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of George Stanser and Hannah Hodgons

George Stanser

(17 June 1763 - )
     George Stanser was born on 17 June 1763 in London. He was the son of George Stanser and Hannah Hodgons. George Stanser was christened on 3 July 1763 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster.

George Stanser

(circa 1792 - before 1 July 1873)
     George Stanser was also known as Stancer in records. He was born circa 1792 in Ecclesfield.
     George Stanser was recorded on the 1841 census in Sheffield, Yorkshire. George Stancer, 45, Fender M; Mary 40, Mary 15, Alfred 7, all born in the county.
     George Stanser was recorded on the 1861 census in Sheffield, Yorkshire. George Stancer, aged 69, born Ecclesfield, living in the West Sheffield sub-district.
     George died before 1 July 1873 in Sheffield RD, Yorkshire.

George Stanser

(say 1765 - )
     George Stanser was born say 1765.
George Stanser married Ann Unknown (Stanser).

Child of George Stanser and Ann Unknown (Stanser)

George Stanser

(before April 1764 - before 10 April 1829)
     George Stanser was born before April 1764.
     George died before 10 April 1829 in Welbeck, Nottinghamshire. He was buried on 10 April 1829 in Wellow cemetery, Welbeck Abbey, Nottinghamshire.

George Stanser

(circa 1812 - before 25 June 1836)
     George Stanser was born circa 1812.
     George died before 25 June 1836 in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. He was buried on 25 June 1836 in Worksop cemetery.

George Stanser

(9 February 1804 - )
     George Stanser was also known as Stancell in records. George Stanser was also known as Stancel in records. He was christened on 9 February 1804 in Worsbrough, Yorkshire. He was the son of Matthew Stanser and Mary Cook.
George Stanser married Elizabeth Unknown before 1837.
     George Stanser was assessed under the Tithe Commutation Act of 1836 in 1848 in Worsbrough, Yorkshire. He occupied property.

Children of George Stanser and Elizabeth Unknown

George Stanser

(7 February 1811 - )
     George Stanser was also known as Stansall in records. He was christened on 7 February 1811 in Grantham, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Thomas Stanser and Mary Ann Thornal.

George Stanser

(15 March 1812 - )
     George Stanser was also known as George Stancer in records. He was christened on 15 March 1812 in Broughton by Brigg, Lincolnshire. There is no evidence for this link. He was the son of George Stanser and Elizabeth Townrow.

George Stanser

(14 September 1798 - )
     George Stanser was also known as Stancer in records. He was christened on 14 September 1798 in Bigby, Lincolnshire. He was the son of George Stanser and Elizabeth Townrow.

George Stanser (of Whitwell)

(7 October 1764 - )
     George Stanser (of Whitwell) was christened on 7 October 1764 in Whitwell, Derbyshire. He was the son of George Stanser and Ann Jepson.

George Aust Stanser

(20 June 1792 - )
     George Aust Stanser was christened on 20 June 1792 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. He was the son of Bishop Robert Stanser and Mary Aust.

George Edward Stanser

(June 1859 - )
     George Edward Stanser was born in June 1859 in Risby, Walesby, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Henry Buttery Stancer and Mary Ann Thornhill. Ann and George were listed as the children of Henry Buttery Stancer in the 1861 census in Risby, Walesby Lincolnshire. George, Henry, Ada and Frances were listed as the children of Henry Buttery Stancer in the 1871 census in Stainton le Vale, Lincolnshire.

George Rowland Stanser

(before March 1819 - before 15 March 1822)
     George Rowland Stanser was born before March 1819. He was the son of Matthew Stanser and Martha Rowland.
     George died before 15 March 1822 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. He was buried on 15 March 1822 in St Peter & St Paul, Sheffield.

George Tupholme Stanser

(9 October 1917 - January 2001)
     George Tupholme Stanser was born on 9 October 1917 in East Retford RD, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of James Arthur Stanser and Sarah N/B Tupholme.
     George died in January 2001 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, aged 83.

Gervas Stanser

(circa 1670 - before 7 April 1715)
     Gervas Stanser was born circa 1670 in Yorkshire. He was the son of Gervas Stanser and Grace Unknown (Stanser).
Gervas Stanser married Isabel Unknown (Stanser) circa 1688. Gervas was a labourer, in Thorpe Salvin.
     Gervas died before 7 April 1715 in Thorpe Salvin, Yorkshire. He was buried on 7 April 1715 in St Peter, Thorpe Salvin. Gervas Stancell, labourer, buried in woollen.

Children of Gervas Stanser and Isabel Unknown (Stanser)

Gervas Stanser

(10 January 1630 - 19 March 1693/94)
      The name Stanser and its variations may be derived from Stancill, a township in the parish of Tickhill in the West Riding of Yorkshire which had a population of 66 in 1831. In 1822 it was 2 farm houses, 2 miles from Tickhill. It was united with Wellingley and Wilsic to form a township with a population of 54.
In the 1379 Subsidy Rolls (Poll Tax), The vill of Stancil (villate de Stransall) in Tickhill parish (Tickhill Wapentake) listed Mergareta de Stransall, and the villa de Tykhill listed Johannes de Stansale & Agnes uxor ejus; Johanna Stansall; Johannes de Stansall & Cristiana uxor ejus, Spicer.
The registers of Thorpe Salvin are extant from 1592, but their marriage is the first Stanser (and variants) entry. Note that Gervase, etc. is a very popular name in Thorpe Salvin.
Another possible ancestor of his may be Robte Stanshall who lived at Stoney Streete Nottingham in the parish of St Mary's according to the 1589-1590 churchwarden's rate book [Notts Archives CA 4611-5].. Gervas Stanser was christened on 10 January 1630 in Staveley?, Derbyshire, England. Gervas son of John Stansall and Elizabeth. All the early Stanser families originate around the East Midlands/South Yorkshire area of England: A possible match is found at Staveley, Derbyshire: Gervas son of John Stansall and Elizabeth was christened 10 Jan 1630. There is no death in the parish for a Gervas, nor a suitable entry for John or Elizabeth which supports the idea that they moved. A John Stansall of Stavely married Elizabeth Kay of Stavely 14 February 1614. The owners of the manor of Stavely were the Frechevilles, who included a Gervas, a likely source of the name. He was the son of John Stansall and Elizabeth Kay.
Gervas Stanser married Dorothy Mason? in May 1658 in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Is this another person or an earlier marriage?.
Gervas Stanser married Grace Unknown (Stanser) on 2 July 1669 in Thorpe Salvin, Yorkshire. Jervies Stansa & Grace his wife were married. Gervas was a labourer, in Thorpe Salvin.
     Gervas Stanser was mentioned in the 1672 hearth tax list in Thorpe Salvin. A Jarvas Stawell [sic] had 2 hearths. This could easily be a mistranscription of Stansell.
An Elizabeth Stanser was buried at Throapham on 11 Sep 1688 (possibly his mother?).
     Gervas was buried on 19 March 1693/94 in Thorpe Salvin, Yorkshire. 1693 Gervase Stansall was buried March the 19th 1693. The next entry is Gevas?/Grace? Stansall ...: buried Aprill the 12th 1694. An inventory of his estate was dated on 13 June 1694 June 13 1694 [sic]: A true inventory of all goods & chattells of Gervase Stanshall of Thorpe Salvin lately deceased....
     The administration of his estate was granted in April 1695 at Laughton en le Morthen, Yorkshire. .... Administration of ... Gervase Stanshall, late of Thorpe Salvin...
Inventory and bond of Gervase Stanshall, late of Thorpe Salvin.

Children of Gervas Stanser and Grace Unknown (Stanser)

Gervas Stanser

(18 March 1695/96 - before 30 June 1739)
     Gervas Stanser was also known as Stanza in records. Gervas Stanser was also known as Stancell in records. He was born on 18 March 1695/96 in Thorpe Salvin, Yorkshire. He was the son of Gervas Stanser and Isabel Unknown (Stanser). Gervas Stanser was christened on 26 March 1696 in Thorpe Salvin. Gervas, son of Gervas Stancell.
Gervas Stanser married Ann (?) (Stanser) before 1722.
     Gervas died before 30 June 1739 in North Wheatley, Nottinghamshire. He was buried on 30 June 1739 in North Wheatley.

Children of Gervas Stanser and Ann (?) (Stanser)

Hannah Stanser

(29 December 1766 - 18 June 1817)
     Hannah Stanser was christened on 29 December 1766 in St Leodegarius, Old Basford, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of Rev Robert Stanser and Sarah Leeson.
     Hannah Stanser and Richard Ryther Popplewell Steer obtained a marriage licence on 21 May 1786 in York. He claimed to be aged 24 and she 20 when they were 29 and 19.
     A marriage settlement between Hannah Stanser and Richard Ryther Popplewell Steer was made on 23 May 1786 in Belton. Settlement on marriage of Richard Ryther Popplewell Steer of Sandtoft Grove esq. and Hannah daughter of Robert Stancer of Bullwell co. Notts. clerk (re land in Belton).
     Hannah Stanser married Richard Ryther Popplewell Steer as his second wife, on 24 May 1786 in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire. The witnesses to their marriage were Robert Stanser jr., Cassandra Stanser and George Stanser. The Stamford mercury & the Leeds Intelligencer 30 May 1786 reported: Wednesday, was married Richard Ryder Popplewell Steer, Esq; of Sandtoft-Grove this county, to Miss Hannah Stanser, daughter of the Rev. Mr. Stanser, vicar of Bulwell and Basford, both near Nottingham.      
Hannah Stanser paid Game duty as John Johnson, Sandtoft Grove. between 1791 and 1794 in Lincolnshire. She was widowed on 28 June 1795 on the death of her husband Richard Ryther Popplewell Steer.
Hannah Stanser married John Johnson as her second husband, on 30 April 1797 in Hatfield, Yorkshire..
     Hannah Stanser was mentioned in the will of Rev Robert Stanser dated 30 May 1808. Hannah Stanser was widowed on 18 June 1808 on the death of her husband John Johnson.
     Hannah died on 18 June 1817 in Warmsworth, Yorkshire, aged 50. We hold her (split) gold ring inscribed Hannah Johnson obt 18 June 1817 a 52, it bears the Ryther (Steer) seal - received from Mrs Marjorie Campbell who had no issue. She was buried on 23 June 1817 in Belton in Axholme, Lincolnshire.

Children of Hannah Stanser and Richard Ryther Popplewell Steer

Hannah Stanser

(16 March 1717/18 - 11 March 1797)
     Hannah Stanser was also known as Stansal in records. Hannah Stanser was also known as Stancer in records. She was christened on 16 March 1717/18 in Thorpe Salvin, Yorkshire. Hannah, daughter of John Stansal, labourer. She was the daughter of John Stanser and Barbara Theaker.
     Hannah was buried on 11 March 1797 in Thorpe Salvin, Yorkshire. Hannah Stancer, spinster, aged 81 years.

Hannah Stanser

(before March 1807 - 24 July 1856)
     Hannah Stanser was born before March 1807 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She was the daughter of Bishop Robert Stanser and Mary Aust.
Hannah Stanser and Eleanor MacNair and Col James MacNair witnessed John Cooper Giles and Sarah Stewart Stanser's wedding on 15 August 1834 in All Saints, Fulham, London.
Hannah Stanser married Septimus Campbell Moody Slade as her second husband, on 1 May 1838 in Fulham, London . Septimus Campbelll Moody Slade aged 34, gentleman, of P... Place, Kings Rd, son of John Slade, gentleman, to, Hannah Stanser, 33, spinster, of North End, daughter of Robert Stanser, late Bishop of Nova Scotia. Both signed in the presence of W? Stanser and Sophia Slade & Frances? Anne Slade.
     Hannah Stanser and Septimus Campbell Moody Slade were recorded on the 1841 census in Wratton? Priory, Wish Lane, Portsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire. Septimus Slade, 35, Independent, not born in county; Hannah Slade, 35, not born in county, F[oreign], Mary A Slade, 50, Sophia Slade, 40, neither born in the county.
     In Robert Brymer Stanser's will dated 20 March 1844 in 'Woodbine Cottage', Regent's Park, Middlesex, Hannah Stanser was named as heir.
     Hannah resided at Southsea, Hampshire, 20 March 1844. She is mentioned as his sister Hannah Slade the wife of Septimus Campbell Moody Slade of Southsea in the county of Hants in the March 1844 will of Robert Brymer Stanser.
     Hannah Stanser and Septimus Campbell Moody Slade were recorded on the 1851 census in West ..., Hampstead, London. Septimus Slade, head, married 47... Paymaster General, born Brompton, Kent; his wife Hannah aged 44, born Halifax, Nova Scotia; nephew James unmarried, 22, clerk, treasury , born Halifax NS and two servants.
     Hannah died on 24 July 1856 in Ramsgate, Kent. On the 24th inst., at Ramsgate, aged 50, Hannah, wife of Septimus Slade, Esq., of West End, Hampstead, and youngest daughter of the late R Stanser, DD. Bishop of Nova Scotia.
See https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Slade-898 for more on the Slade family.

Child of Hannah Stanser and Septimus Campbell Moody Slade

Hannah Stanser

(18 March 1772 - 24 November 1846)
     Hannah Stanser was christened on 18 March 1772 in Hayton, Nottinghamshire. She was the daughter of John Stanser and Catherine Peck.
     Hannah died on 24 November 1846 in Sturton le Steeple, Nottinghamshire, aged 74. She was buried on 27 November 1846 in Sturton le Steeple.
     The administration of her estate was granted to Ann Bingham Stanser and John Stanser on 20 May 1847 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. The 20th day of May 1847
Administration of the Goods of Hannah Stanser, late of Sturton in the County of Nottingham Spinster, without parents, deceased was granted to Ann the wife of George Bailey of East Retford in the said county of Nottingham Butcher heretofore Ann Stanser Spinster John Stanser of Sturton aforesaid Farmer, William Stanser of the same place Farmer, Catherine Stanser of the same place Spinster and Elizabeth Stranser of the same place Spinster, her natural and lawful Brothers and Sisters and only next of kin.
Died 24th November 1846 Grant dated 28th August 1847 Oath under £1000.

Although this reads as if the administrators were her siblings, she must be their aunt.