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  • ID: I12666
  • RIN: MH:I13152
  • _UID: 0E0F4EEE-C5BC-49FD-82A5-BC053620C116
  • _UPD: 14 APR 2010 22:01:47 GMT-8
  • Name: George Stanley
  • Given Name: George
  • Surname: Stanley
  • Suffix: Lord Strange, K.G.
  • Sex: M
  • Birth:
  • _UID: AC63F6DE-0662-44C3-9665-4E36C6A9A6D6
  • RIN: MH:IF76265 1460 in St. James, Garlic Hithe, nowsley, Lancashire, England
  • Death:
  • _UID: E0E2C750-ADBA-4276-90E6-9DABFE0863CD
  • RIN: MH:IF76266 BET 1476 AND 1563
  • Note:

    George Stanley, Lord Strange, K.G.

    His Lordship married Joan, Baroness Strange of Knockyn, daughter and heir of John, Lord Strange, of Knockyn, Co. heir of the Barony of Mohan, by Jacquetta, his wife, widow of John Plantagenet, Duke of Bedford. He was summoned to Parliament as Lord Strange, in the 22nd of Edward IV (1483). She died 20 March 1513.

    His Lordship's younger son, Sir James of Crosshall, Co., Lans., was Marshall of Ireland. He married Anne Hart, widow of Edmund Talbot de Bashall, Co. York, ancestor by him of the Talbots de Bashall, and sister of Sir Perceval Hart, of Lullingston, and the daughter of John Hart, by Elizabeth, his wife, sister and heir of Sir John Peache of Lullingstone Castle, Kent. Sir James and Anne had issue 1. Sir George Stanley of Crosshall, called the Black Knight, Marshal of Ireland, Captain of the Isle of Man. 2. Henry Stanley of Aughton born in 1515.

    George's principal act of historical interest was after his narrow escape from King Richards heavy hands and before his death in 1497 was his gallantry at the battle of Stoke, where he was one of the commanders under Henry VII against De La Pole, Earl of Lincoln. On the 8th of April, the first of Henry VII, he was made one of the Lords of the Privy Council. He was made one of the Knights Champions of the most noble Order of the Garter.

    The 11th Earl of Derby, Sir Edward Stanley, Bart, of Bickerstaffe Hall, Bickerstaffe near Ormskirk, descended from Sir Georges third son James, Knight of Crosshall and Marshal of Ireland. On the 8th of April, the first of Henry VII, he was made one of the Lords of the Privy Council. He was made one of the Knights Champions of the most noble Order of the Garter
  • Note:
    Father: Thomas Stanley b: ABT 1435 in Lathom, Lancashire, England
    Mother: Eleanor Nevil b: ABT 1438 in Wittshire, Salisbury, England

    Marriage 1 Joan Strange b: BET 1455 AND 1491
    Married: BEF 26 FEB 1480/81 1
    Married: 2
    Children
    James Stanley b: in Croxhall, Lancs., England
    Elizabeth Stanley
    Jane Stanley
    Eleanor Stanley
    Mary Stanley
    Thomas Stanley b: BET 1452 AND 1519
    Thomas Stanley b: ABT 1480 in Derby, Derby, England
    Thomas Stanley b: ABT 1480 in Derby, Derby, England
    John Stanley b: ABT 1486
    George Stanley b: ABT 1488 in Lathom, Lancs., England




    Father: Thomas Stanley b: 1435 in Lathom, Lancashire, England
    Mother: Eleanor Nevil b: 1438 in Wittshire, Salisbury, England

    Marriage 1 Joan Strange b: BET 1455 AND 1491
    • Married:
    Children
    1. Has Children Mary Stanley

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