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  1. John Stanton: Birth: 22 MAY 1665 in Stonington,New London Co.,Connecticut.

  2. Joseph Stanton: Birth: 22 JUN 1668 in Stonington,New London Co.,Connecticut. Death: 1751 in Stonington,New London Co.,Connecticut

  3. Thomas Stanton: Birth: APR 1670.

  4. Ann Stanton: Birth: 1 OCT 1673 in Stonington,New London Co.,Connecticut. Death: 23 MAR 1680 in Stonington,New London Co.,Connecticut

  5. Theophilus Stanton: Birth: 16 JUN 1676 in Stonington,New London Co.,Connecticut.

  6. Dorothy Stanton: Birth: 1680 in Stonington,New London Co.,Connecticut. Death: 28 APR 1699

a. Note:   John D. Baldwin of Worcester, Mass, Printed by Tyler & Seagrave, No. 442, Main St. 1882. page 17. Capt John Stanton, son of Thomas, b. in 1641, studied at Harvard College, the authorities of the CT Colony desiring to train him for public affairs, and made him an Indian Interpreter. He served with distinction as a Captain in the war against Philip. In 1664, he was married to Hannah Thompson, a relative and perhaps a daaughter of Rev. William Thompson of Braintree, MA, whose son, Rev. William Thompson, Jr. resided in Stonington and New London, as a missionary to the Pequot Indians. He settled in Stonington, CT, where he held an important position. He died Oct. 3, 1713, in the 73rd year of his life. A few years before his death Capt. John Stanton gave his real estate to his sons by deed, as follows: to Joseph he gave the homestead farm in Stonington; to John and Thomas he gave all his lands in Preston. Theophilus was not then living. John and Thomas settled on the lands in Preston. His will, dated in 1713, confirms these gifts of land. In 1737, his son John, then of Preston, applied to the Probate court in New London for an equitable division of the Preston lands between him and his brother Thomas.
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