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Mary Stannard, b. abt. 1704, of Lowestoft, Suffolk, England
Posted by: Susan Blake (ID *****8498) Date: December 02, 2005 at 13:21:35
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I need some help finding an ancestor of mine, Mary Stannard. She married William Butcher 18 Feb 1734, Lowestoft, Suffolk. That is all I know about her. If anyone knows of her birth, ancestry, etc., I would appreciate the info. Stannard is an original surname from Suffolk, according to Reaney's Dictionary of British Surnames. It is from OE Stanehard, 'stone hard.' Variations include: Stanard, Stanhert, Stanhert, Stanart, Stanhart, Stonhard, Stonnard, Stonard, Stonerd, Stannert, Stannett. While researching another surname, I noticed that there were quite a few Stannard names in Wilby, Suffolk. Hope this helps someone.

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