Stukely Stafford, Sr. (1758 - 1839)

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Stukely Stafford
1758 - 1839
updated February 06, 2019
Stukely Stafford, Sr. was born on November 8, 1758 at Scituate, RI, USA. He died on November 12, 1839 at Colrain, MA at 81 years of age.

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Stukely Stafford was born on at Scituate, RI, USA,

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Stukely Stafford died on at Colrain, MA,

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at Fulton Hill Cemetery, MA,

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Stukely Stafford, Sr. died on November 12, 1839 at Colrain, MA at age 81. He was buried in Fulton Hill Cemetery, MA. He was born on November 8, 1758 at Scituate, RI, USA. We are unaware of information about Stukely's family or relationships.
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1758 - 1839 World Events

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In 1802, at the age of 44 years old, Stukely was alive when on May 22, 1802, the first First Lady of the United States, Martha (Dandridge) Custis Washington died of a severe fever at age 70. Martha was buried next to her husband George Washington, at Mt. Vernon.

In 1803, he was 45 years old when the first public library in the United States - free to everyone - opened in Salisbury, Connecticut. Damage to books was most often caused by "greasing" - candle wax dripping onto the books. Candles were the only source of light in the evenings.

In 1818, by the time he was 60 years old, on March 22nd, Easter Day fell on the earliest possible date in western Christianity. This won't happen again until 2285.

In 1822, he was 64 years old when was the year that coffee was no longer banned in Sweden. Originally used as a religious drink in Arabia more than 1100 years ago, coffee was banned in many European countries until the 18th century.

In 1839, in the year of Stukely Stafford, Sr.'s passing, on January 2nd, the first photo of the Moon was taken by Louis Daguerre, known as the "father of photography". The following June, he applied for and got a patent for his camera - to which France acquired the rights in exchange for a lifetime pension for Louis and his co-inventor's nephew. The camera was available to the public by September. It cost 400 francs (about $50 US then, almost $1270 today) and weighed 120 pounds.

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Audrey Greene Stafford
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Elizabeth Bates King
around 1713 - around 1740
Cecilia Du Du Plessis
around 1766 - 1810
Francois Jacobus Du Plessis
Born: around 1768
René Leblanc
Nov 10, 1731 - Jan 30, 1811
William Cocke
1674 - Jun 2, 1712
Ruth Weldon Calkins
Nov 27, 1773 - Sep 4, 1855
George Powell
January 1623 - 1650
William Marmion
1158 - 1220
Robert Marmion
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Óluva Torsteinsdottir
around 890 - around 890
Lawrence Litchfield
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