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THE NATIONAL STANLEY FAMILY ASSOCIATION
ANNOUNCES THE SIXTH EDITION

In the "Stanley And Allied Families" Genealogical Series
(Published in cooperation with Gateway press)

VOLUME X

The descendants of THOMAS STANLEY, third child of
Thomas and Elizabeth (Crew) Stanley

INCLUDING VOLUME 23
The descendants of Agatha (Stanley) Stanley
First child of John & Martha (Hutchins) Stanley

Compiled by David Casner Stratton
Released JUNE 25, 2004

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DID THOMAS1 HAVE MORE CHILDREN THAN HIS THREE SONS JAMES2, THOMAS2 JR., and JOHN2?
We have received recent word from various sources that perhaps Thomas1 did indeed have other children than his three documented sons of our lineage. Do you know of others? NSFA would welcome communication from any source that could help clarify these relationships. See Page One for how to be in touch with us. We look forward to hearing from you!


(Excerpted from NSFA current Newsletter Vol.15, No.1, January 2004)

STANLEY SURNAME DNA PROJECT
The following information is shared for interest and information only!
NSFA knows nothing about the integrity of the website or the information.
Visit www.stanleysurnamenetwork.org

The Stanley Surname DNA Project officially began Sept.17, 2003 in an effort to establish Y-DNA profiles of the numerous Stanley family groups. These profiles may enable Stanley family researchers to find a common ancestor and thus connect. The Stanley Surname DNA Project, one of over 200 surname projects in the U.S. was created to take advantage of this new scientific approach, in an attempt to determine which Stanley family groups are related and have common ancestors.

Scientists have discovered that the DNA in the Y-chromosome, found only in males, is passed from father to son, virtually unchanged, except for rare (and random) mutations. By testing these chromosome segments, it is possible to determine if two or more living males are related, and approximately when they had a common ancestor. The purpose of the project of the Stanley Surname DNA Project is to provide an opportunity for males with the Stanley surname to participate in a DNA test, with the possibility of matching the DNA of other participants and thus establishing a possible genetic link between two or more participants. Female Stanley descendants are encouraged to participate by having a male Stanley relative take the test.