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Ancestors of James Stonebridge (Stanbridge) b. 1708 Maulden, England

Query by Clivealex

Good day,
My mother's maiden name was Stanbridge.
I am researching the Stanbridge family tree. It appears that the original name of the family was Stonebridge. The Stanbridge name appeared around 1804. The first Stanbridge I can find was Francis Stanbridge b. 1804 in Ampthill, Bedfordshire.
The first Stonebridge I can find was James, b. 1708 in Maulden.
The Stanbridge family spread all over the globe.
For example William Stanbridge settled in Virginia in 1635.
Any information fellow Stanbridge researchers can supply would be very gratefully received.
I have only recently started on The Stanbridge research. I have been busy for a number of years on the Alexander family tree. Any one interested in Alexander please contact me as well.
Clive Stanbridge Alexander

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on 2013-02-06 03:04:03

Clive Alexander
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Help wanted with Alexander and Stanbridge research.

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by noggin on 2013-02-06 12:14:47

Have you tried this site, look under Bedford. There are Stanbridge, Stonebridge and Stonbridge

by magd on 2013-06-15 14:20:12

Clive -
I subscribe to a St. Helena website but cannot log on to your "tinyurl" website. Do you have a Charlotte ALEXANDER who married James RENTON on the Island in 1823. Charlotte died in 1825.
Many thanks - Magd

by Clivealex on 2013-06-16 04:11:08

Hi Magd
I think I made a typo when posting the url. it should be

Yes, we have a Maria Charlotte Alexander(b. 1793), daughter of George Alexander (1753-1800) and Margaret Mary Funge (b. abt 1750) who Married James Renton (no dates) on 24 May 1823. I have no info on any children.
if you have any further data I would love to receive it.
Are you researching the Alexander side or the Renton side?


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