The name STANTON is derived from:- (English) Means "farmstead on stony ground". From one of the many places named Stanton, Staunton in Britain.
The STANTON family originate from Ripley (Surrey), with records going back to the mid 16th century.
Ripley is on the main road from London to Portsmouth, and early STANTON ancestors ran some of the coaching inns in the town.
Known Direct STANTON Ancestors Click on a name to view family tree and known events for that person
mar: 10 Feb 1654.5
mar: 18 Feb 1734.5
mar: 1 Jul 1773
mar: 7 Dec 1780
mar: 31 Jul 1830
mar: 30 Dec 1852
mar: 16 Jun 1883
mar: 9 Jan 1942
The STANTONs came from Ripley in Surrey until 4x James (a bricklayer) apparently went to work on the
construction of the "Wey and Arun
Junction Canal" (a motorway construction project of its day). After
construction, James became the Lock Keeper and "Wharfinger"
at nearby Bramley lock (the first on the new canal). Here he raised his family, and first son James married
Esther BAVERSTOCK, who was the Lock Keeper’s daughter from Rowner
Lock, which was the last lock on the canal.
- Lock Keeper's Cottage c1868 - family home of the STANTONs since c1818.
It was probably built by 4x gt. grandfather James, who was a bricklayer
before joining the canal company.
The picture was taken looking across Bramley lock. The figure in the
top hat is (uncle) William STANTON, brother of 3x gt. grandfather James.
The woman in the picture may be Maria STANFORD his houskeeper.
same view May 2001, picture taken from new road "Stanton's Wharf".
STANTON family Links/ Resources/ Images
STANTON Ancestors from 4x gt grandparents
Family Tree: STANTON Ancestors before 4x gt grandparents
Notes on STANTON family Tree
ALLSOP & PARISH families
(Marriage of James STANTON and Mary HORNE 1852)
St Mark's Church
St Mark's Church (2)
St Mark's Church (3)
Rose Cottage Ash - James and Mary's home 1871-1881
Cranleigh (Elm Bridge) Wharf
(Former home of 3x James STANTON and Esther (BAVERSTOCK)
Wharf Cottage today
Wharf Cottage (2)
Esther with granddaughter Rosina
Wisborough Green Church 2001 (marriage of James and Esther 1830)
Church (St. Mary Magdelane)
Toby Cottage Restaurant (built by 4x gt. James) c1812
The Old Man
180 Commercial Road Newport Birthplace 1885
Marriage Certificate 1909
Extract from "A Surgeon in Khaki" - one of "The Old Man's" war stories