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STANCLIFF FAMILY HOME PAGE

A HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF FAMILIES ALLIED

WITH THE STANCLIFF FAMILY IN AMERICA

EXTRACTS FROM

"THE DESCENDANTS OF JAMES STANCLIFT OF MIDDLETOWN, CONNECTICUT

and ALLIED FAMILIES"

By Sherry Smith Stancliff and Robert C. Stancliff

Published by S. S. Research, Library of Congress No. 95-78956, Copyright 1995


Last Updated:

Feb. 22, 2001, Added description of the Stancliff Family in England.

May 3, 2001, Added Ruth [Johnson] Family link

May 5, 2001, Added section on James Stanclift in Connecticut (the immigrant ancestor)

May 7, 2001, Updated this page.

E-MAIL:  rstancliff@cinci.rr.com

Go to:    Stancliff Home Page

This book is a comprehensive genealogy and history of American Stancliff, Stancliffe and Stanclift (and other spellings) descendants of immigrant ancestors from Middletown, CT; Philadelphia, PA; Lake County, IL; Pittsburgh, PA; and New York City. IT IS THE ONLY KNOWN PUBLISHED AUTHENTIC GENEALOGY OF THE STANCLIFF AND ALLIED FAMILIES IN AMERICA. It follows the migration of the families throughout the United States for 10 generations. "The Book" includes family stories and descriptions of the political and historical events of the time. Nearly 300 copies of this book have been purchased by Descendants, Libraries, amd Genealogical and Historical Societies.   It has been awarded the Connecticut Society of Genealogists 1996 Literary Awards Grand Prize for Genealogy and the Ohio Genealogical Society 1997 First Prize for an Ohio Related Family History.  It has been recognized by the Registrar General of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution as a "well documented work citing sources".

This internet site is provided for those individuals doing research on families related to the Stancliff Family.  Each family included shows the descendancy of the Stancliff Family female to the immigrant ancestor James Stanclift of Middletown, CT.  This is a work in progress and will be updated with additional information from time to time.   It includes allied families through the eighth generation.  Please contact the authors for additional information if desired.

Linked to this URL is the first Chapter of this book.  It describes the origin in England of the Stancliffe Family.

Description and Ordering information for "The Book"

Families of Stanclift, Stancliff, Stancliffe included in internet pages.   To access them click on their name:  Links to generation 9 and 10 and later are not included since some are still living.

James Stanclift the immigrant (Ca. 1638-1712)

James Stancliff Jr. (1712 - 1785)

Photos of Buildings and Items of Interest in UK

Allied Family County Connections:

Stark County, Illinois

Links:

Stark County, Illinois:  

Portland, CT History - carved in stone by Doris Sharrow

Ruth [Johnson] Stancliff Family

Surnames of families "Allied" to the Stancliffs cited 4 or more times in the text are as follows: Those now included in this site are underlined and linked. To access them click on the name.  If the link you desire is not available, please send an e-mail and indicate your relationship to the family in question.


Adams, Adamson, Aldrich, Allen, Allen2, Allin, Alward, Anderson, Andrews, Anthony, Argenbright, Armstrong, Ashley, Bacon, Bailey, Baker, Balcom, Barber, Barnes, Barr, Barrett, Barron, Bartel, Basset, Bates, Baxter, Beach, Beagle, Beam, Beck, Beckwith, Beebe, Beigh, Belden, Bell, Benedict, Bennaway, Benner, Benton, Berg, Berry, Bevin, Bidwell, Bird, Blair, Blake, Blandvelt, Blannot, Blinn, Blue, Bolster, Bollinger, Booge, Booth, Boring, Borland, Boughton, Bowman, Brainerd, Brant, Brayman, Bricket, Briggs, Brimhall, Broadwell, Brooks, Broughon, Brounson, Brown, Buck, Bunce, Burks, Burnham, Burrows, Campbell, Carey, Carlson, Carpenter, Carr, Carrier, Carter, Case, Castle, Chadwick, Chadwick1, Chaffee, Chapman, Chidsey, Childs, Chilson, Chinn, Christy, Church, Churchill, Claar, Clark, Clayton, Coffman, Colby, Cole, Comer, Conforti, Consolver, Cook, Cooper, Corbet, Cornwall, Cornwell, Cottrell, Covert, Cox, Crago, Crandall, Crawford, Cross, Crouch, Crow, Crumm, Cuna, Cunningham, Curtis, Davis, Dawson, Deacon, Decker, Delong, Deming, Demoss, Dempsey, Dennis, Denny, Deshon, Devoe, Dewey, Dewitt, Dickens, Doege, Doty, Douglas, Downs, Downs1, Drake, Drown, Dudley, Duffy, Duffy1, Duhadway, Duhl, Dunn, Dupree, Durant, Durham, Durkee, Duset, Earle, Earle2, Eaton, Eddy, Eddy2, Edwards, Ellis, Emery, Ennis, Ensign, Escola, Evans, Fabrygel, Fazekas, Fifield, Fisher, Fitzgerald, Fitzgibbon, Fitzpatrick, Fleming, Flick, Flory, Flower, Fluegel, Foote, Ford, Foster, Fox, Francis, Franklin, French, Fritts, Frost, Fuller, Fuller2, Gabel, Gardner, Garfield, Garland, Gates, Geist, Gibbs, Giddings, Giddings1, Giddings2, Gieselman, Gilbert, Gilkeson, Gill, Gillen, Gleeton, Goff, Golden, Goodale, Goodrich, Gore, Gould, Graff, Graham, Grant, Gray, Green, Griffen, Griswold, Groton, Grover, Haffa, Hagen, Haight, Hale, Hale2, Hall, Halliday, Hamilton, Hanson, Hapgood, Hardy, Harper, Harris, Harrison, Harter, Hartshorn, Hartwig, Harvey, Hassinger, Hastings, Haught, Hawley, Haybarger, Hayes, Hayford, Hazelton, Hearn, Heath, Helms, Hewes, Hicks, Hicks2, Higby, Hill, Hilliard, Hinman, Hock, Holder, Hollis, Hollister, Holmes, Holt, Hoover, Hopkins, Horack, Houghton, Howard, Howe, Hoyt, Hubbard, Huber, Hudson, Huffman, Hull, Hunt, Hurd, Hyatt, Ingram, Ingram1, Irwin, Isaacs, Jablonski, Jackson, Jacquin, Jenkins, Johnson, Jones, Jordan, Joslyn, Judd, Jyurovat, Karker, Keeler, Keeton, Keiler, Keith, Keller, Kelly, Kelsey, Kendrick, Kenny, Kershaw, Kice, Kidwell, King, Kizziar, Knapp, Knapp2, Knigge, Kobleur, Kruger, Kummer, Lake, Lane, Lange, Lawrence, Leach, Leary, Lee, Lee2, Leedom, Lehman, Lester, Lew, Lewis, Lloyd, Lockwood, Loester, Long, Loomis, Lord, Love, Loveless, Lowe, Lowry, Lupton, Maether, Mallory, Mankin, Manley, Mann, Manning, Marner, Marsh, Martin, May, Maynard, McAllister, McCann, McClain, McCray, McDonald, McFarland, McIntyre, McMillen, McNish, McPheeter, McQuiston, Mercer, Merrill, Meyer, Middleton, Miles, Miller, Mills, Mitchell, Mix, Mix1, Moffet, Moline, Montonye, Moore, Morgan, Morris, Morrison, Morse, Moses, Mosher, Munger, Munroe, Mussen, Neely, Nelson, Neuhaus, Newcomb, Newman, Nicholas, Nichols, Nickell, Niebert, Nordman, O'Donley, Odell, Olds, Olds2, Oliver, Ollis, Olmstead, Olsen, Oney, Ore, Orendorf, Osborn, Padilla, Palmer, Parker, Parkinson, Parson, Patrick, Pavlos, Payne, Peacock, Peak, Pease, Peck, Peek, Peters, Phelps, Phillips, Pierce, Pinkepank, Pinney, Pitcher, Pitkin, Pittman, Pohlman, Porter, Potter, Powars, Pratt, Prindle, Proctor, Proper, Prouty, Purdy, Putnam, Queen, Ragan, Ramey, Ramin, Randall, Ranney, Read, Redman, Reed, Reich, Reynolds, Riblet, Rice, Riggs, Ritchie, Robards/Roberts, Robinson, Rockwell, Rogers, Roland, Ross, Rowe, Rowley, Russell, Safford, Sage, Samford, Sanford, Sauer, Sawyer, Sayre, Schar, Scheffel, Schmuker, Schneider, Schriber, Scott, Scott2Scott3, Seager, Seamon, Sedgwick, See, Severens, Shafer, Shaw, Shay, Sheline, Shepard, Sherwood, Shipman, Siebert, Simmons, Slade, Slade1, Smith, Southwick, Speakman, Spear, Spencer, Squire, Stackhouse, Stafford, Stanbrough, Standeven, Stanley, Stephens, Stevens, Stevison1, Stevison2, Stewart, Stilson, Stocking, Strader, Strader2, Strawser, Strickland, Strong, Stuart, Swantko, Swartz, Sweet, Swift, Talmage, Tate, Taylor, Tennant, Theriault, Thom, Thomas, Thompson, Throckmorton, Tillotson, Timmons, Tinker, Tootle, Torrey, Tracy, Treankler, Trede, Trembly, Tripp, Tripp2, Tucker, Underwood, Valentine, Van Camp, Van Hosen, Vancise, Vaughn, Vernon, Von Wuperfield, Vorse, Wade, Walden, Walker, Waller, Walters, Ward, Ward, Warner, Watkins, Watson, Way, Webb, Webster, Weed, Weekley, Weesner, Welles, Wells, Wescott, Wetmore, Wheeler, Whipple, White, Whitmore, Whitney, Whittaker,Whittington, Wieger, Wilcox, Wilder, Wiles, Willard, Williams, Williams2, Wilson, Winchester, Winn, Winslow, Wise, Wiswell,   Wiswell1, Witt, Wolcott, Wood, Woolbridge, Woolridge, Wright, Wrigley,   Yost, Young, Zizzi

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