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  (b. 28 November 1672 Farmington, Connecticut Colony   d. 11 September 1713 Farmington, Crown Colony of Connecticut )  

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Elizabeth STANLEY was born 28 November 1672 in Farmington, Connecticut Colony

Elizabeth STANLEY was the child of John STANLEY   and   Sarah FLETCHER

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Elizabeth  married  John WADSWORTH 20 August 1696 in Farmington, Crown Colony of Connecticut .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. John WADSWORTH  was born 14 April 1662 in Farmington, Connecticut, USA (Unionville).  John died abt. 1718 in Farmington, Connecticut, USA (Unionville).  John was the child of John WADSWORTH and Sarah STANLEY.

Elizabeth STANLEY died 11 September 1713 in Farmington, Crown Colony of Connecticut .
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1638 - 1662 - New Haven Colony
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1688 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
1690 - 1787 - Crown Colony of Connecticut
January 5, 1788 - Connecticut becomes 5th U.S. state

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Elizabeth STANLEY married flag male ancestor John WADSWORTH-- Date: 20 August 1696 Place: Farmington, Crown Colony of Connecticut
John WADSWORTH was the child of John WADSWORTH and Sarah STANLEY




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Farmington, Connecticut, USA (Unionville)
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birth1672 Birth
28 November 1672
Farmington, Connecticut, USA (Unionville)
marriage1696 Marriage / Partner
Elizabeth STANLEY and John WADSWORTH 20 August 1696, Farmington, Connecticut, USA (Unionville)
1697 Birth of Child
Sarah WADSWORTH was born 3 July 1697, Farmington, Connecticut, USA (Unionville)
death1713 Death
11 September 1713
Farmington, Connecticut, USA (Unionville)
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