Hannah (Lord) Stanton (born 1646)

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Hannah (Lord) Stanton
1646 - ? (edit)
updated February 06, 2019
Hannah Lord Stanton was born in 1646. She was born into the Lord family and married into the Stanton family.


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Hannah M Stanton
around 1858 - Feb 22, 1937
Hannah M Stanton
around 1825 - Nov 9, 1912
Hannah Stanton
around 1838 - Dec 2, 1902
Hannah Stanton
around 1836 - Jun 13, 1896
Hannah G. (Brown) Stanton
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Hannah Stanton
Sep 7, 1895 - November 1975
Tacoma, Washington
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Jan 9, 1897 - June 1975
Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania
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Jun 1, 1916 - May 19, 2011
Glenolden, PA
Hannah Stanton
May 12, 1901 - May 1981
Darby, PA

Other Lords

Samuel Lord
around 1640 - May 27, 1696
Mary Lord Chandler
around 1644 - Oct 3, 1676
Joseph Lord
Born: Feb 3, 1762
Jesse F Lord
Born: Aug 8, 1792
Eliza Lord
Born: Apr 7, 1795
Benjamin Lord
Born: Sep 9, 1763
Lucinda Lord
Born: Jun 8, 1766
Lydia Lord
Jul 22, 1752 - Nov 3, 1754
Daniel Lord
Mar 4, 1754 - Nov 10, 1834
Lydia Lord
Mar 17, 1757 - Sep 16, 1797
Abigail Lord
Born: Dec 10, 1758

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Oct 10, 1616 - Jul 18, 1662
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Feb 27, 1732 - Sep 7, 1804
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Jan 2, 1733 - Apr 20, 1767
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Feb 24, 1696 - Nov 20, 1729
Elizabeth Winslow Marston
Dec 13, 1707 - Sep 20, 1761
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