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MY STACY FAMILY ANCESTRAL LINE


(1) John STACYE, b. unknown in England (probably in Yorkshire), d. May 1593 in Ballifield, Handsworth, Yorkshire, England; m. to Anne PARKER (b. unknown, d. Jul 1609; daughter of Thomas PARKER & Elizabeth HOLMES); they resided in Ballifield, Handsworth, Yorkshire, England; their children:

[#2]    i. Thomas, b. 1575, d. Feb 1633, m. Anne BOOTH; 
       ii. Katherine, b. unknown; 
      iii. Elizabeth, b. unknown; 
       iv. Anne, b. unknown; 
        v. Philippa, b. unknown. 


(2) Thomas STACYE, b. 1575 in Ballifield, Handsworth, Yorkshire, England, d. Feb 1633 in Ballifield, Handsworth, Yorkshire, England; m., 18 May 1597 in Handsworth, Yorkshire, England, to Anne BOOTH (b. 1579; daughter of John BOOTH & Ann REVEL); they resided in Handsworth, Yorkshire, England; their children:

[#3]    i. John, b. 1599, d. Sep 1658, m. Mary FULWOOD; 
       ii. Elizabeth, b. unknown; 
      iii. Helen, b. unknown; 
       iv. Thomas, b. unknown; 
        v. Robert, b. unknown; 
       vi. Mary, b. unknown; 
      vii. Cuthbert, b. unknown; 
     viii. Anne, b. unknown. 


(3) John STACYE, b. 1599 in Ballifield, Handsworth, Yorkshire, England, d. Sep 1658 in Cinder Hill, Hansworth, Yorkshire, England; m., 16 Dec 1618 in Handsworth, Yorkshire, England, to Mary FULWOOD (b. unknown, d. after 1656; daughter of John FULWOOD & Mary GARLAND); they resided in Cinder Hill, Handsworth, Yorkshire, England; their children:

[#4]    i. Mahlon, b. 1638, d. 5 Apr 1704, m. Rebecca ELY; 
       ii. Thomas, b. unknown; 
      iii. Mary, b. unknown; 
       iv. John, b. unknown; 
        v. William, b. unknown; 
       vi. Matthias, b. unknown; 
      vii. Helen, b. unknown; 
     viii. Anne, b. unknown; 
       ix. Robert, b. unknown. 


(4) Mahlon STACY, b. 1638 in Handsworth, Yorkshire, England, d. 5 Apr 1704 in Falls of the Delaware [Trenton], Burlington Co., New Jersey; m., 29 May 1668 in Clowne, Derbyshire, England, to Rebecca ELY (b. unknown, d. 1711; daughter of George ELY & Sarah HEATH); they resided in Ballifield, Falls of the Delaware [Trenton], Burlington Co. [now Mercer Co.], New Jersey; their children:

        i. John, b. 30 Nov 1671; 
       ii. Elizabeth, b. 17 Oct 1673, m. Amos JANNEY; 
      iii. Sarah, b. 4 Sep 1675, d. 1703, m. Joseph KIRKBRIDE; 
       iv. Mary, b. 12 Jun 1677, m. Reuben POWNEL; 
        v. Ruth, b. 30 Mar 1680, d. 9 Jun 1755, m. 1st. William BEAKES, 
		m. 2nd. Samuel ATKINSON; 
       vi. Rebecca, b. 30 Sep 1682; 
[#5]  vii. Rebecca, b. 8 Jun 1684, d. after 1756, m. 1st. Joshua WRIGHT, 
		m. 2nd. Thomas POTTS; 
     viii. Mahlon Jr., b. 7 Apr 1686, m. Sarah BAINBRIDGE. 
Mahlon was a member of the Council of Proprietors of West Jersey, a Commissioner for West Jersey, a member of the Royal Governor's Council, a member of the Provincial Assembly, and a Justice of the Peace for Burlington Co.


(5) Rebecca STACY, b. 8 Jun 1684 in Falls of the Delaware [Trenton], Burlington Co., New Jersey, d. after 1756 in Burlington Co., NJ; m., 7 Jun 1705 in Chesterfield MM, Burlington Co., NJ, to Joshua WRIGHT Jr. (b. 16 Mar 1672, d. 1741).

Continued on my WRIGHT Family Page

Rebecca STACY m. 2nd to Thomas POTTS (b. unknown, d. 1756).


SOURCES

  1. Collins, William A. Written communication, 22 March 1997.

  2. Comly, George N. "The Stacy Family of Hansworth Hall, Yorkshire, Eng., and Trenton, N. J.". In: Comly Family in America, Philadelphia, PA, 1939, pages 996-1007.

  3. Ely, Reuben P. "The Stacye Family". An Historical Narrative of the Ely, Revell and Stacye Families, Fleming H. Revell Co., New York, NY, 1910, pages 123-146.

  4. Hewitt, Louise. "Mahlon Stacy". In: Historic Trenton, Smith Press, Trenton, NJ, 1916, pages 94-96.

  5. Hough, Oliver. "Note F [Stacy Family]". In: "Atkinson Families of Bucks County, Pennsylvania". Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 30, 1906, pages 498-500.

  6. "[Mahlon Stacy]". In: "A Catalouge of Eighty-Seven Public Friends". The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine, vol. 31, 1979, page 121.

  7. Pomfret, John E. "[Mahlon Stacy]". In: "The Proprietors of the Province of West New Jersey, 1674-1702". Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 75, 1951, page 125.

  8. Satterthwaite, Elizabeth B. "Mahlon Stacy -- "Quaker Founder of Trenton". Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, vol. 9, 1924, pages 150-154.

  9. Society of Friends (Quakers). Records of the Burlington Monthly Meeting, NJ.

  10. Society of Friends (Quakers). Records of the Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, NJ.

  11. Stacy, Mahlon. "[Abstract of his will, written 11 January 1704, proved 24 April 1704]". New Jersey Colonial Documents, Calendar of Wills, page 437.


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