Capt. Thomas Storrow1

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     Capt. Thomas Storrow married Anne Appleton.1

Child of Capt. Thomas Storrow and Anne Appleton

Citations

  1. [S157] Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Descendants of Francis Higginson, p. 28.

Dr. Elisha Story1

M, b. 1743, d. 1805
     Dr. Elisha Story was born in 1743 in Boston, Massachusetts.2 He married firstly Ruth Ruddock, daughter of John Ruddock.2 A staunch patriot, active in all the Revolutionary movements, and one of the "Indians" who helped to destroy the tea in the harbour of Boston, Massachusetts, in 1776.1 Dr. Elisha Story married secondly Mehitable Pedrick in 1778 they had eleven children.2 Dr. Elisha Story died in 1805.

Child of Dr. Elisha Story and Mehitable Pedrick

Citations

  1. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans.
  2. [S384] William Wetmore Story, Life and Letters of Joseph Story, p. 2.

Helen Graham Story1

F, b. 18 November 1883, d. 1961
     Helen Graham Story was born on 18 November 1883 in Essex, Massachusetts.2 She was the daughter of John P. Story and Henrietta Wade.1 Helen Graham Story married Arthur Bradford Sewall, son of Levi Smith Sewall and Jane Smith, on 14 June 1905 in Essex County, Massachusetts.1 Helen Graham Story died in 1961 and is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts.3

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, Massachusetts Marriages, 1841-1915.
  2. [S232] Ancestry.com, Massachusetts, Birth Records, 1840-1915.
  3. [S392] Website findagrave.com (http://www.findagrave.com/) "# 148808354."

John P. Story1

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     John P. Story married Henrietta Wade.1

Child of John P. Story and Henrietta Wade

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, Massachusetts Marriages, 1841-1915.

Joseph Story1

M, b. 18 September 1779, d. 10 September 1845
     Joseph Story. Jurist. He was born on 18 September 1779 in Marblehead, Essex County, Massachusetts.2,3 He was the son of Dr. Elisha Story and Mehitable Pedrick.4 Graduated from Harvard, A.B., 1798, A.M., 1801; studied law in the office of Samuel Sewall, and later with Judge Putnam of Salem; was admitted to the bar in July, 1801, and established himself in practice in Salem. He declined the appointment of naval officer of the port of Salem in 1803; was a Democratic representative in the state legislature, 1805-07, and was elected a representative in the 10th congress, to fill a vacancy caused by the death of Jacob Crowninshield, serving, 1808-09. He was again chosen a representative in the state legislature in 1810 and became speaker of the house. He argued before the U.S. supreme court the great Georgia claim case in 1810, and on Nov. 18, 1811, was appointed associate-justice of the U.S. supreme court to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Justice Cushing, and held the office until his death. His circuit took in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and owing to the extreme old age of his predecessor, his labors upon the circuit were multiplied by the immense accumulation of business. He denounced the slave trade, and it was owing to his charges to the grand juries in 1819 that the traffic was brought to a close. He opposed the Missouri compromise and spoke in a public meeting held in Salem against the measure. He was a member of the committee appointed to revise the constitution of Massachusetts in 1820, and opposed the motion that the legislature should have the power to diminish the salaries of the judges of the supreme court. He was Dane professor of law at Harvard, 1829-45, and removed to Cambridge, Mass. In 1831 he declined the office of chief justice of Massachusetts. After the death of John Marshall, he acted as chief justice in the U.S. supreme court until the confirmation of Roger B. Taney, and again in 1844, during the illness of Taney. He was an overseer of Harvard college, 1818-25; a fellow, 1825-45; a member of the Massachusetts Historical society; a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and a member of the American Philosophical society. The honorary degree of LL.D. was conferred on him by Brown in 1815, by Harvard in 1821, and by Dartmouth in 1824. His name in "Class J, Judges and Lawyers," received sixty-four votes in the consideration of names for a place in the Hall of Fame, New York University, October, 1900, and was accorded a place with those of James Kent and John Marshall. He is the author of: The Power of Solitude, with Fugitive Poems (1804); Selection of Pleadings in Civil Actiones (1805), and numerous text books on jurisprudence, including: Commentaries on the Law of Bailments (1832); Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States (3 vols., 1833); Commentaries on the Conflict of Laws (1834); Commentaries on Equity Jurisprudence (2 vols., 1835-36); Equity Pleadings (1838); Law of Agency (1839): Law of Partnership (1841); Law of Bills of Exchange (1843), and Law of Promissory Notes (1845). He edited "Chitty on Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes" (1809); "Abbot on Shipping" (1810), and "Laws on Assumpsit" (1811), and contributed to the North American Review, the American Jurist, and the "Encyclopædia Americana." He left unfinished a Digest of Law, which is in the Harvard Law library; and a collection of Miscellaneous Writings was published in 1835, and an enlarged edition edited by his son, William Wetmore Story, appeared after his death (2 vols., 1851.)4 Joseph Story married firstly Mary Lynde Oliver, daughter of Rev. Thomas Fitch Oliver and Sarah Pynchon.5 Joseph Story married secondly Sarah Waldo Wetmore, daughter of Judge William Wetmore and Sarah Waldo, in 1808.1 Joseph Story was appointed in 1829, the first Dane Professor of Law at Harvard University at Harvard. He died on 10 September 1845 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, at the age of 65.2

Child of Joseph Story and Sarah Waldo Wetmore

Citations

  1. [S43] L. Kinvin & Zobel, Hiller B. Wroth, Legal Papers of John Adams, V.1. p. cxiii.
  2. [S20] Various editors, Encyclopaedia Britannica.
  3. [S384] William Wetmore Story, Life and Letters of Joseph Story, p. 2.
  4. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans.
  5. [S83] NEHGR, Vol. 136 p. 329.

Julian Story1

M, b. 1857
     Julian Story was born in 1857.1 He was the son of William Wetmore Story and Emelyn Eldridge.1,2 His boyhood was spent in Rome, Italy, where he met many noted artists, who visited his father's studio. He was educated at Eton college and at Oxford university, studied art under Duveneck, Boulanger and Lefebvre in Paris, where he opened an atelier. In 1896 built a beautiful home on the site of his old studio on the Place des États Unis. He received the 3d class medal and honorable mention from the Paris salon, 1889; gold medal, Berlin, 1891, and silver medal at the Paris exposition in 1900. He was elected a member of the Society of American Artists. His portrait of Emma Eames was exhibited at the Chicago exposition in 1893, and among his other portraits is that of the Prince of Wales, painted for William Waldorf Astor, and its replica, painted for the Prince.2 Julian Story married Emma Eames, daughter of Ithama Eames and Emma Hayden, on 1 August 1891.2 Julian Story and Emma Eames were divorced in 1907.1

Citations

  1. [S20] Various editors, Encyclopaedia Britannica.
  2. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans.

Julian Story1

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     Julian Story was the son of William Wetmore Story and Emelyn Eldridge.1

Citations

  1. [S83] NEHGR, Vol. 50 p. 39.

Waldo Story1

M
     Waldo Story was the son of William Wetmore Story and Emelyn Eldridge.1 Waldo Story. A sculptor.1

Citations

  1. [S83] NEHGR, Vol. 50 p. 39.

William Story1

M, d. before 1632
     William Story died before 1632. He married Sarah Hankredge before 1632.1

Citations

  1. [S182] Elizabeth Cabot & James Jackson Putnam Putnam, Jackson ancestors and descendants, p. 12.

William Wetmore Story1

M, b. 12 February 1819, d. 7 October 1895
     William Wetmore Story was born on 12 February 1819 in Salem, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Joseph Story and Sarah Waldo Wetmore.1 He graduated from Harvard, A.B., 1838, A.M., 1841; studied law under his father, and was admitted to the bar. He prepared "Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit Court of the United States for the First Circuit" (3 vols. 1842-47); "Treatise on the Law of Contracts not under Seal" (1844), and "Treatise on the Law of Sales of Personal Property" (1847). In 1848 he went to Italy, where he studied sculpture, becoming well known for his portrait busts and statues. He was a U.S. commissioner on fine arts to the exposition at Paris in 1879, and held a professorship in the Academy of St. Cecilia, Rome; was a fellow of the American Academy; corresponding member of the Massachusetts Historical society; chevalier of the order of Francis L, and an officer of the Legion of Honor. The honorary degree of LL.B. was conferred on him by Harvard in 1840, and that of DCL. by Oxford university in 1887. Among his most noted portrait works are: statue of Joseph Story in Mount Auburn cemetery, statue of Edward Everett in the Boston public garden, busts of James Russell Lowell, Josiah Quincy and Edward Everett; the bronze statue of George Peabody, erected in London in 1869, and the statue of Francis Scott Key, in Golden Gate park, San Francisco, Cal. His other works include: Sappho (1862); Saul (1863); Cleopatra (1864); Delilah (1866); Helen (1869); Judith (1872); Semiramis (1872); Sardanapalus (1878); and Thetis and Achilles (1887-88). He is the author of: Life and Letters of Joseph Story (2 vols., 1851); Poems (1856); The American Question (1862); Roba di Roma (1862); Proportions of the Human Figure, According to a New Canon for Practical Use (1866); Graffiti d'Italia (1869); The Roman Lawyer in Jerusalem (1870); Tragedy of Nero (1875); Castle St. Angelo (1877); He and She, or a Poet's Portfolio (1883); Fiammetta (1885); Poems (2 vols., 1886); Conversations in a Studio (1890); Excursions on Art and Letters (1891); A Poet's Portfolio: Later Reading (1894). See "Life of William Wetmore Story," by Henry James (London, 1903).2 William Wetmore Story married Emelyn Eldridge in October 1843.3 William Wetmore Story died on 7 October 1895 in Vallombroso, Italy, at the age of 76.1

Children of William Wetmore Story and Emelyn Eldridge

Citations

  1. [S20] Various editors, Encyclopaedia Britannica.
  2. [S18] Various editors, Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans.
  3. [S83] NEHGR, Vol. 5 p. 160.
  4. [S83] NEHGR, Vol. 50 p. 39.

(unknown) Story1

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     (unknown) Story was the daughter of William Wetmore Story and Emelyn Eldridge.1

Citations

  1. [S83] NEHGR, Vol. 50 p. 39.

Elizabeth Stoughton1

F, b. 18 November 1660, d. 24 November 1702
     Elizabeth Stoughton was baptised on 18 November 1660.1 She married James Mackman.1 Elizabeth Stoughton married first Judge John Eliot, son of Rev. John Eliot Jr. and Elizabeth Gookin, on 31 October 1699.1 Elizabeth Stoughton died on 24 November 1702 at the age of 42.1

Citations

  1. [S62] William Richard Cutter, New England Families.

Hannah Stoughton1

F, b. 1628
     Hannah Stoughton was born in 1628 in England.1 She married James Minot.

Child of Hannah Stoughton and James Minot

Citations

  1. [S83] NEHGR, Vol. 44 p. 54.

Minnie Adelaide Stoyell1

F, b. 1873, d. 26 November 1899
     Minnie Adelaide Stoyell was born in 1873 in Anoka, Minnesota.2 She married Dr. George Melville Sewall, son of Martin Wright Sewall and Catherine Wood Ellis, on 8 February 1899 in Minneapolis, Minnesota,

Former, Bismarck Girl Married.
The Minneapolis Times says: "Mary Adelyn Stoyell and George M. Sewall were quietly married at their future home in the Rappahannock flats on Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Charles Bayard Mitchell in the presence of only a few intimate friends and relatives. The bride looked very pretty in a beautiful tailor-made gown. A simple ring service was read, after which light luncheon was served in the dining room. The rooms were tastily decorated with smilax and American Beauty roses. Both bride and groom are well known here and have a large circle of friends. Mrs. Sewall is a post graduate of the Manning college of this city, and has achieved considerable fame as a reader, not only here but also in the east, where she has pursued her studies. Mr. Sewall is claim agent for the London Guaranty and Accident company here, and is also prominently known as a singer, being basso in the Church of the Redeemer quartet, and also a member and manager of the Metropolitan male quartet. They will be at home at 603 Ninth street S. after March 1."3
Minnie Adelaide Stoyell died on 26 November 1899 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.2

Child of Minnie Adelaide Stoyell and Dr. George Melville Sewall

Citations

  1. [S89] Family Search, Minnesota, Births and Christenings, 1840-1980.
  2. [S89] Family Search, Minnesota Death Records, 1866-1916.
  3. [S205] Newspaper, Bismarck weekly tribune. (Bismarck, Dakota [N.D.]), February 17, 1899, Image 3.

Sir Edward Stradling1

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     Sir Edward Stradling was the son of Sir William Stradling and Isabel Saint Barbe.2 Of St. Donat's Castle.2 Sir Edward Stradling married Jane or Joan Beaufort, daughter of Henry Beaufort, Cardinal Beaufort and Alice Fitz Alan.1

Child of Sir Edward Stradling and Jane or Joan Beaufort

Citations

  1. [S132] Gary Boyd Roberts, The Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants, p. 199.
  2. [S175] Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots, p. 183.

Sir Edward Stradling

M
     Sir Edward Stradling was the son of Thomas Stradling and Janet Mathew.

Sir Edward Stradling of St. Donat

M
     Sir Edward Stradling of St. Donat married Wenlliam Berkrolles, daughter of Sir Roger Berkrolles Lord of Norchet.

Child of Sir Edward Stradling of St. Donat and Wenlliam Berkrolles

Sir Henry Stradling1

M, b. circa 1423, d. after 1477
     Of St. Donat's Castle.2 Sir Henry Stradling was born circa 1423.2 He was the son of Sir Edward Stradling and Jane or Joan Beaufort.1 Sir Henry Stradling married Elizabeth Herbert, daughter of Sir William ap Thomas Herbert.1 Sir Henry Stradling died after 1477 in Famagusta, Cyprus.2

Child of Sir Henry Stradling and Elizabeth Herbert

Citations

  1. [S132] Gary Boyd Roberts, The Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants, p. 199.
  2. [S175] Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots, p. 183.

Jane Stradling1

F, d. 1520
     Jane Stradling was the daughter of Thomas Stradling and Janet Mathew.1,2 Jane Stradling married Sir William Griffith, son of Sir William Griffith The Elder and Joan Troutbeck.1,3 Jane Stradling died in 1520.4

Citations

  1. [S83] NEHGR, Vol. 108 p. 173.
  2. [S132] Gary Boyd Roberts, The Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants, p. 199.
  3. [S175] Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots, p. 182.
  4. [S175] Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots, p. 183.
  5. [S389] Thomas Nicholas, County Families of Wales, p. 42.

Thomas Stradling1

M, b. circa 1454, d. 8 September 1480
     Of St. Donats, Glamorganshire.1,2 Thomas Stradling was born circa 1454.3 He was the son of Sir Henry Stradling and Elizabeth Herbert.4 Thomas Stradling married Janet Mathew, daughter of Thomas Mathew of Radir.4 Thomas Stradling died on 8 September 1480.3

Children of Thomas Stradling and Janet Mathew

Citations

  1. [S83] NEHGR, Vol. 108 p. 173.
  2. [S175] Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots, p. 182.
  3. [S175] Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots, p. 183.
  4. [S132] Gary Boyd Roberts, The Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants, p. 199.

Sir William Stradling1

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     Sir William Stradling was the son of Sir Edward Stradling of St. Donat and Wenlliam Berkrolles.

Child of Sir William Stradling and Isabel Saint Barbe

Citations

  1. [S175] Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots, p. 183.

Clare Pigott Strange1

F
     Clare Pigott Strange was the daughter of Henry Strange.1 Clare Pigott Strange married firstly William Dummer Powell, son of Dr. Grant Powell J.P. and Elizabeth Staats Bleecker.1 Clare Pigott Strange married Dr. William Clarke after 1854.1

Children of Clare Pigott Strange and William Dummer Powell

Citations

  1. [S82] John Bernard Burke, Colonial Gentry, p. 635.

Henry Strange1

M

Child of Henry Strange

Citations

  1. [S82] John Bernard Burke, Colonial Gentry, p. 635.

John Le Strange1

M, d. before 1346
     John Le Strange married Ida de Clinton, daughter of Sir John de Clinton 2nd Lord Clinton and Margery Corbet, before 15 April 1332.1 John Le Strange died before 1346.1

Citations

  1. [S288] Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta ancestry, p. 356.

Richard Henry Stranger1

M, b. March 1890, d. 13 March 1915
     Richard Henry Stranger was born in March 1890 in South Molton, Devon.1 He was the son of Richard John Stranger and Wilhelmina Key Klingender.1 Richard Henry Stranger was killed on 13 March 1915 in France serving as a Lieutenant in the 1st. Bn. Sherwood Foresters.2 He is buried in II. B. 14. Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, France.2

Citations

  1. [S120] Free BMD.
  2. [S49] CWGC.

Richard John Stranger1

M
     The marriage of Richard John Stranger and Wilhelmina Key Klingender was registered in the quarter ending December 1881 in the Williton, Somerset registration district.1

Child of Richard John Stranger and Wilhelmina Key Klingender

Citations

  1. [S120] Free BMD.

David Eli Strater1

M, b. 8 April 1921, d. 16 June 1999
     David Eli Strater. A partner in the York law firm of Sewall, Strater, Winton & Hancock.2 He was born on 8 April 1921 in the American Hospital, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France.3 He was the son of Henry H. Strater and Margaret Yarnall Conner.1,3 David Eli Strater married Jean Marilyn Sewall, daughter of Judge Arthur Eugene Sewall and Katherine Weare, on 18 September 1942 in First Parish Church, York Village. David Eli Strater died on 16 June 1999 in York, Maine, at the age of 78.4

Citations

  1. [S205] Newspaper, Portsmouth Herald, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Saturday, September 19, 1942. Page 2.
  2. [S160] New York Times, 28 Jul 1968.
  3. [S232] Ancestry.com, U.S., Consular Reports of Births, 1910-1949.
  4. [S210] Social Security Death Index.

Henry H. Strater1

M
     Henry H. Strater married Margaret Yarnall Conner.1

Child of Henry H. Strater and Margaret Yarnall Conner

Citations

  1. [S232] Ancestry.com, U.S., Consular Reports of Births, 1910-1949.
  2. [S205] Newspaper, Portsmouth Herald, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Saturday, September 19, 1942. Page 2.

Isabella of Strathearn1

F
     Isabella of Strathearn married William Sinclair of Roslin.1

Child of Isabella of Strathearn and William Sinclair of Roslin

Citations

  1. [S34] Unverified internet information, Foundation for Medieval Genealogy. Graphical Index to the Ancestry of Charles II.

Mary Stratton1

F
     Mary Stratton was the daughter of Samuel Stratton and Mary Fry. Mary Stratton married Daniel Hoar, son of John Hoar and Alice (Unknown), on 19 July 1677 in Concord.2

Children of Mary Stratton and Daniel Hoar

Citations

  1. [S62] William Richard Cutter, New England Families.
  2. [S123] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700.