William Stanser

(circa 1795 - )
     William Stanser was also known as Stancer in records. He was born circa 1795 in Nottinghamshire. His parentage is only assumed because he is living with his presumed sisters, Elizabeth (Durdy), Ann & Sarah. He was the son of John Stancer and Ann Reaynes. William was a butcher in 1841, in Worksop, Nottinghamshire.
     William Stanser appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Paul Durdy and Elizabeth Stanser in Market Place, Worksop.

William Stanser

(before 1790? - )
     William Stanser married Mary Unknown. William Stanser was born before 1790?.

Child of William Stanser and Mary Unknown

William Stanser

(before 1600 - )
     William Stanser was born before 1600.

Child of William Stanser

William Stanser

(before 1695 - )
     William Stanser was born before 1695 in Northamptonshire.
William Stanser married Elizabeth (?) before 1712.

Child of William Stanser and Elizabeth (?)

William Bingham Stanser

(18 July 1846 - 29 November 1931)
     William Bingham Stanser was christened on 18 July 1846 in Sturton le Steeple, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of William Stanser and Mary Cobb. Hannah, Catherine, Elizabeth, Mary, George, John, William and Thomas were listed as the children of William Stanser in the 1851 census in North St, 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. Elizabeth and William were listed as the children of William Stanser in the 1871 census in Sturton le Steeple.
William Bingham Stanser married Mary Ellis on 27 July 1871 in St Martin, North Leverton with Habblesgthorpe, Nottinghamshire. William Bingham Stanser was an executor of William Stanser's estate on 20 May 1880 in Nottingham.
     William Bingham Stanser and Mary Ellis were recorded on the 1881 census in Knaith Lea & Gate Burton, Lincolnshire. William B Stancer, head, married aged 34, born Sturton, farmer of 260 acres employing 3 labourers & s boys with his wife Mary aged 42, born Leverton Ntt, and their children William E aged 5, John E? aged 3 and Mary aged 10 days, all born at Lea, Lincs; with servants Eliza Ellis, Annie L Rogers, Elizabeth Cox Betsy Todd & William Beech.
He is probably the father of Kate aged 8 and Annie Eliza Stanser aged 7, both born Lea, Lincs, who were with their grandmother Mary Stanser at Sturton.
     Administration of the estate of Mary Cobb was granted to William Bingham Stanser, on 27 February 1883 in Nottingham.
     William Bingham Stanser and Mary Ellis were recorded on the 1891 census in Lea, Lincolnshire.
William Bingham Stanser was listed in a directory dated 1896 as William Bingham Stanser, farmer & grazier at Moor House, Lea, Lincolnshire.
     William Bingham Stanser and Mary Ellis were recorded on the 1901 census in Lea, LIN. William Stanser, aged 54, born Sturton le Steeple, farmer & agent for cattle foods, with Mary aged 61 born North Leverton, William aged 25, farmer's son, and probably Kate aged 28. James aged 10, visitor [!] all born at Lea except James who was born at Irnham. William Bingham Stanser was an executor of Mary Ellis's estate on 25 July 1908 in the Principal Probate Registry, London.
The marriage of William Bingham Stanser and Lavinia Housley was registered in Horncastle RD, Lincolnshire, in the June 1912 quarter. William Bingham Stanser was an executor of Elizabeth Stanser's estate on 18 November 1921 in PPR.
     William died on 29 November 1931 in 3 Vanlentia Rd, Hoylake, Wirral RD, Cheshire, aged 85.
     His will was proved on 6 February 1932 at Lincoln, Lincolnshire.

Children of William Bingham Stanser and Mary Ellis

William Ellis Stanser

(June 1875 - 26 June 1949)
     William Ellis Stanser's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1875 in Gainsborough RD. He was the son of William Bingham Stanser and Mary Ellis. William Ellis Stanser was listed as an unknown person 's son in the 1881 census in Knaith Lea & Gate Burton, Lincolnshire. Kate, William and James were listed as William Bingham Stanser's children in the 1901 census in Lea, Lincolnshire.
William Ellis Stanser was listed in a directory dated 1913 as William Ellis Stanser, farmer at Moor House, Lea, Lincolnshire.
William Ellis Stanser married Edith Mary Groves in March 1913 in Gainsborough RD . William Ellis Stanser was an executor of William Bingham Stanser's estate on 6 February 1932 in Lincoln, Lincolnshire. William Ellis Stanser was an executor of Kate Stanser's estate on 6 February 1939 in the Principal Probate Registry, London.
     William died on 26 June 1949 in Gainsborough RD .
     His will was proved on 18 August 1949. William Ellis Stanser of Hazeldene Knaith Park, near Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, died 26 June 1949. Probate to William James Stanser, engineer and Richard Groves Stanser, civil engineer. Effects £1945/12/8.

Children of William Ellis Stanser and Edith Mary Groves

William James Stanser

(6 July 1913 - December 1998)
     William James Stanser was commonly known as Jim. He was born on 6 July 1913 in Gainsborough RD. He was the son of William Ellis Stanser and Edith Mary Groves.
The marriage of William James Stanser and Grace Reynolds was registered in Scunthorpe RD, Lincolnshire, in the December 1938 quarter. William James Stanser and Richard Groves Stanser were beneficiaries in William Ellis Stanser's will proved 18 August 1949.
     William died in December 1998 in North Lincolnshire RD, Lincolnshire, aged 85.

William Pearce Stanser

(13 June 1868 - )
     William Pearce Stanser was born on 13 June 1868 in Sturton le Steeple, Nottinghamshire. He was the son of George Stanser and Sarah Ann Pearce. William Pearce Stanser was christened on 19 September 1868 in Sturton le Steeple.
     William Pearce Stanser were recorded on the 1881 census in the Grammar School, Lincoln St, Tuxford, Nottinghamshire. He was a boarder aged 12 and born at Sturton.
     William Pearce Stanser was recorded on the 1891 census in St Peter at Arches, Lincoln, Lincolnshire. Wiliam P Stanser, single aged 22, grocer born at Sturton le Steeple was joint head at no. 221 along with two assistants and a housekeeper.
     William Pearce Stanser was listed in the 1901 census in Fort William, Ontario, Canada.

William Thackeray Stanser

(before 1 April 1891 - before 1 July 1891)
     William Thackeray Stanser was born before 1 April 1891 in Sheffield RD, Yorkshire.
     William died before 1 July 1891 in Sheffield RD Yorkshire.

Henry Guy Stanton

     Henry Guy Stanton married Evelyn Violet Muriel Handcock, daughter of Henry Handcock and Charlotte Cole.

John Staple

     John Staple married Elizabeth Geere, daughter of John Geere, on 8 August 1614 in Sidlesham, Sussex.

Sir Bryan de Stapleton

( - 1391)
     Sir Bryan de Stapleton was born in Yorkshire.
Sir Bryan de Stapleton married Elizabeth de Aldeburgh, daughter of Sir William de Aldeburgh and Elizabeth Mowbray? - not de Lisle, say 1380.
     Bryan died in 1391 in Carlton, Yorkshire. He bore arms: Arms in Harewood church no.6 Stapleton. He bore argent, a lion rampant sable, langued and armed gules. He was a knight of the Garter, and slew a Saracen in camp fight, in the presence of three Kings.

Children of Sir Bryan de Stapleton and Elizabeth de Aldeburgh

Sir Bryan de Stapleton

(after 1386 - 13 October 1417)
     Sir Bryan de Stapleton was born after 1386 in Yorkshire. He was of Carlton. He was the son of Sir Bryan de Stapleton and Elizabeth de Aldeburgh.
Sir Bryan de Stapleton and Sir William Ryther were mentioned on 18 October 1393.
Sir Bryan de Stapleton married Agnes Goddard circa 1404 in Yorkshire.      
Sir Bryan de Stapleton was a Member of Parliament between 1415 and 1416.
     Bryan died on 13 October 1417 in Normandy, France. He was buried in Church of the Friars Preachers, York.
Although Brian de Stapleton's son had predeceased him the Carlton line of the family was continued with his grandson, Brian Stapleton (b. circa 1385). and died young in 1418 leaving behind a son of five, Brian Stapleton (b. circa 1413), who inherited his estates in Carlton and Kentmere.

Children of Sir Bryan de Stapleton and Agnes Goddard

Isabel de Stapleton

(say 1385 - )
     Isabel de Stapleton was born say 1385. She was the daughter of Sir Bryan de Stapleton and Elizabeth de Aldeburgh.

Thomas de Stapleton

( - 1373)
     Thomas de Stapleton married Joan Fitzwilliam, daughter of Sir John Fitzwilliam and Jane or Joan de Reresby.
     Thomas died in 1373.

Sir Brian Stapleton

(1412 - 1467)
     Sir Brian Stapleton was born in 1412 in Yorkshire. He married Isabel, daughter and heiress of Thomas Rempston of Nottinghamshire. Nine years after his death his son, Brian Stapleton (b. circa 1454), married Joan Lovell, the niece and coheiress of Viscount and Baron Beaumont. (Foster, Pedigrees; Robinson, Carlton Towers, pp.10-11). He was the son of Sir Bryan de Stapleton and Agnes Goddard.
     Brian died in 1467.

Sir Bryan Stapleton

     Sir Bryan Stapleton married Elizabeth Scrope, daughter of Henry le Scrope 6th Lord Scrope of Bolton and Lady Elizabeth Percy. They had issue Wiilliam & Richard.

Daughter Stapleton

     Daughter Stapleton was born in Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Sir Bryan de Stapleton and Agnes Goddard.

Elizabeth Stapleton

(1404 - before 1446)
     Elizabeth Stapleton was born in 1404 in Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Sir Bryan de Stapleton and Agnes Goddard.
     A contract for the marriage of Elizabeth Stapleton and William Plumpton was signed on 20 January 1415/16. They had 2 sons and 7 daughters.
     Elizabeth died before 1446. Note by Nancy Vogt. It appears to me that Joan, Elizabeth (Beckwith), Agnes, Margaret (Darrell), Isabel are her granddaughters, and that only two, Elizabeth and Margaret were married at the time of her death.
Agnes Plumpton m. Richard Aldburgh in 1460, his second wife (his first was a daughter of Sir Roger Warde of Givendale). Thus the pedigree of Agnes Aldburgh and the Thornton line is incorrect.
http://community.webtv.net/nanspage
Another pedigree gives her death date as 1451.

Child of Elizabeth Stapleton and William Plumpton

Joan Stapleton

(say 1385 - )
     Joan Stapleton was born say 1385. She was the daughter of Sir Bryan de Stapleton and Elizabeth de Aldeburgh.

Joan Stapleton

(between 1402 and 1414 - )
     Joan Stapleton was born between 1402 and 1414 in Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Sir Bryan de Stapleton and Agnes Goddard.
Joan Stapleton married Sir William Ingleby. See Gen-Medieval for more on this line.
     Joan Stapleton made a will dated 12 October 1478. In 2003, Louise Staley wrote: Two additional pieces of information add to what I posted before on the Eure/Thwaites connections. Chris Phillips has very helpfully translated the 31 March 1478 will of the first Henry Thwaites of Lund. This will was probated on 9 September 1480 providing a new, earlier death range for the first Henry and ruling out completely that Ellen Eure could have been the mother of his children since she was not born until 1467. Henry leaves everything to his son Edmund.
The next piece of information is from the will of Joan Ingleby (nee Stapleton) from Testamenta Eboracensis Volume 3 where Joan leaves to Anne and Isabell Constable and Ellen Thwaites, daughters of Dame Ellen Constable her daughter, late wife of Sir John Constable of Halsham, knt., the sum of 500 l.
It appears that we have two unrelated people (Robert Eure and Joan Stapleton) referring to a son and daughter respectively and their
granddaughters by that child and the grandchildren are the same people.
The only sense I can make of it is :
1. Robert Eure d 3 Feb 1480 = Elizabeth Mallory
2. Robert Eure = Ellen Ingleby (she m2. Sir John Constable)
3 (a) Anne Eure b 1463 = Ralph Constable
3 (b) Isabel Eure b 1464= William Constable
3 (c) Ellen Eure b 1467 = Henry Thwaites
1. Sir William Ingleby = Joan Stapleton
2. Ellen Ingleby = Robert Eure (she m2. Sir John Constable)
3 (a) Anne Eure b 1463 = Ralph Constable
3 (b) Isabel Eure b 1464= William Constable
3 (c) Ellen Eure b 1467 = Henry Thwaites
1. John Constable = Margaret Umfreville
2. John Constable d bef 18 Mar 1477/78 = Lora Fitz Hugh (he m2 Ellen Ingleby)
3. (a) Ralph Constable = Anne Eure b 1463
3. (b) William Constable = Isabel Eure b 1464
This is directly contradictory to the Yorkshire Pedigrees view that Anne, Isabel and Ellen were daughters of John Constable and Ellen Ingleby. On the construction above, when John Constable married Ellen Ingleby as a second marriage for both of them, they then married two of John's sons to two of Ellen's daughters.
As to who was the Henry Thwaites that married Ellen Eure, it must have been Henry number 3 (a) below, son of Edmond and father of Henry d 1520. If true this has implications for the descendants of the Gresham/Neville marriage mentioned in this thread.

Mary Stapleton

(circa 1875 - 1929)
     Mary Stapleton was born circa 1875. She was the daughter of James Stapleton who died 10 May 1899.
Mary Stapleton married John Edgar Bullett, son of David Bullett and Hannah Whiting, in 1898 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
     Mary died in 1929 in Auburn district, New South Wales.

Dorothy Stapley

(say 1550 - before 30 May 1610)
     Dorothy Stapley married Thomas Marlott, son of John Marlott and Elizabeth Homewood. Dorothy Stapley was born say 1550.
     Dorothy died before 30 May 1610.

Children of Dorothy Stapley and Thomas Marlott

Thomas Starky

(1 December 1672 - )
     Thomas Starky was also known as Starkey in records. He was christened on 1 December 1672 in Haxey, Lincolnshire.
Thomas Starky married Lydia Popplewell, daughter of Henry Popplewell and Ann Unknown, on 18 June 1695 in Haxey, LIN.

Joseph Starr

     Joseph Starr married Mary Anne Colbert, daughter of Patrick Colbert and Johanna Bourke, in 1866 in Sydney, New South Wales. Joseph Starr was the informant at the death of Johanna Bourke, on 26 December 1880.

Frances Joanna Startin

     Frances resided at Barnstaple, Devon.
Frances Joanna Startin married Hubert Frederic Dempster, son of John Smith Dempster and Catherine Lee Wafford, on 17 January 1856 in St George, Hanover Square, Westminster. Hubert Frederick Dempster of full age, bachelor, surgeon, of New Bond St, son of John Smith Dempster, school master, to Frances Joanna Startin, of full age, spinster, of Chiswick, daughter of William Startin, civil engineer. Married by Licence. Signed Hubert F Dempster & Frances Joanna Startin, in the presence of Richd Fredc Dempster, J w Wishwood??, Frances Ann? ... Elizabeth Sarah Startin, & Kate Dempster.
Newspapers reported: Hubert F Dempster Esq, of Barnstaple to Frances Joanna, eldest daughter of William Startin, Esq, of Turnham Green. Frances Joanna Startin and Hubert Frederic Dempster were divorced in December 1861. Frances Joanna Dempster v. Hubert Frederick Dempster. She married secondly in the June quarter of 1864 as Frances Joanna Dempster in the Croydon registration district.
Dempster v. Dempster. Dr Phillimore, QC, and Mr Pritchard appeared for the petitioner. The parties were married in January 1856 at St George's Hanover-square, and afterwards cohabited at Barnstaple, where the resondent Mr Dempster, followed the occupation of a surgeon-dentist. In 1859 he was obliged to leave Barnstaple in consequece of pecuniary difficulties, and they removed to London. They continuted to cohabit at different places in the neighbourhood of London until the summer of 1860, when Mr Dempster was arrested for debt and imprisoned. Mrs Dempster prayed for a decree of dissolution on the grounds of her husand's adultery and cruelty. Evidence was given of repeated acts of adultery by the repsondent, with prostitutes, both in Barnstaple and London, previous to his imprisonment. Mrs Dempter, and some medical men who had attended her and her husband, were examined n support of the charge of cruelty. His Lordship took time to consider the effect of the evidence relating to that charge'
Another doucement states that he was now or late of the Queens Prison, Southwark
.
The marriage of Frances Joanna Startin and Arthur or Joseph Pearson or Ellis was registered in Croydon RD, Surrey, in the June 1864 quarter. She was registered as both Startin & Dempster. In the 1871 census an Arthur W Pearson, 36, draper with wife Frances Pearson, 25 born Oxfordshire and son Herbert A Pearson aged 2 months born Islington, were living at 201 Downham? Rd, Islington. By 1881 there were 2 sons Herbert A aged 10 & George A, aged 5.

Erin Vere Stead

(circa 1905 - 1976)
     Erin Vere Stead was also known as Marie Erin Vere in records. She was born circa 1905.
Erin Vere Stead married John Frederick Thornton Grimwade, son of Maj Gen Harold William Grimwade and Winifred Thornton, in 1930. They are probably the parents of Sidney, etc.
     Erin died in 1976 in Mornington?, Victoria.

Mary Stead

     Mary Stead and Amor Green obtained a marriage licence on 26 March 1731 in York.
Mary Stead married Amor Green, son of John Green and Lydia Rich, on 8 June 1731 in Bradfield, Yorkshire.

Child of Mary Stead and Amor Green

Jane Stearn

(say 1750 - 21 March 1819)
     Jane Stearn was born say 1750 in Fornham St Martin, Suffolk, England.
Jane Stearn married Samuel Bullett, son of Samuel Bullett/Bulletout and Mary Baldwin, on 17 October 1769 in Fornham St Martin, Suffolk. He was of Euston.
     Jane died on 21 March 1819 in Euston, Suffolk, England.

Children of Jane Stearn and Samuel Bullett

Sarah Stearn

(circa 1784 - before 29 August 1847)
     Sarah Stearn was born circa 1784 in Suffolk. The IGI shows two Sarahs baptised in 1784, one at Elmsett on 1 July, the daughter of Benjamin & Sarah and the other at Thorpe Morieux on 24 Oct, daughter of Thomas & Lydia.
Sarah Stearn married William Cocksedge, son of William Cocksedge and Charlotte Fulcher, on 26 December 1816 in Rattlesden, Suffolk. Both single of this parish. Which William - there is no evidence but unlikely to be the Hessett man?.
Sarah Stearn married William Cocksedge on 26 December 1816 in Rattlesden, Suffolk. They were both single of this parish. Which William.
     Sarah Stearn and William Cocksedge were recorded on the 1841 census in Planch, Thurston. William Cocksedge, 45, ag. labourer, Sarah 55, and Susanna 7, all born in the county.
     Sarah died before 29 August 1847 in Thurston, Suffolk. She was buried on 29 August 1847 in Thurston.

Children of Sarah Stearn and William Cocksedge