Peter Stacy

M, b. circa 1760, d. between July 1810 and August 1810
 
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Name Variation  Peter Stacy was also known as Peter Stoese. 
Birth*circa 1760 He was born circa 1760 at New Jersey. Another source indicates his birthplace was Pennsylvania.1,2 
Birthbetween 1761 and 1769 Using the 1790 census where Peter Stacy was over 21 years old, his birth could be between 1761 and 1769 at Overwarton Parish, Stafford county, Virginia,or 1761 in North Carolina.3,4 
Notebetween 1770 and 1776  * * * * * *

; SETTLERS PUSH WEST
Regardless of the formalities, hardy settlers pushed on over the Appalachian ridges; by 1770 the town of Pittsburgh had twenty log houses, and a small village had appeared on the site of Wheeling. In 1769 another colony was settled on the Watauga River by immigrants from soutwestern Virginia, soon joined by settlers from North Carolina. The Watauga colony turned out to be within the limits of North Carolina, but so far removed from other settlements that it became virtually a separate republic under the Watauga Compact of 1772; North Carolina took it into the new district of Washington in 1776.

Another opening came south of the Ohio River into the dark and bloody ground of Kentucky, which had been something of a neutral hunting preseve shared by the northern and southern tribes. The Shawnees, who lived north of the Ohio, still claimed rights there despite the Iroquois and Cherokee concessions. In 1774 conflicts on the northwestern frontier of Virginia erupted into full-scale battles that forced the Shawnees to surrender their claims. Judge Richard Hendeson of North Carolina formed a plan to settle the area. He organized the Transylvania Company in 1774, and in 1775 bought from the Chrokees a dubious title to the land between the Kentucky and Cumberland Rivers. Next he sent out a band of men under the most famous frontiersman of all, Daniel Boone, to cut the Wilderness Road from the upper Holston River via the Cumberland Gap in southwestern Virginia on up to the Kentucky River. Along this road settlers moved up to Boonesborough, and Henderson set about organizing a government for his colony of Transylvania. But his claim was weak. Transylvania sent a delegation ot the Continental Congress, which refused to receive it, and in 1776 Virginia responded to a petition from the Harrodsburg settlers and organized much of present Kentucky into a county of Virginia. 
Residence1773 He lived in 1773 at Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania.5 
Milit-Beg*1774 He was listed under Capt. John Stevenson's roll during Dunmore's War in 1774. Other surnames that are familiar include Kersey, Rt Worthington, Thomas Reagan, John Redman, Robert Vance. Peter Stacy was residing at Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania.6 
Note7 October 1776  * * * * * *

; On October 7 1776, the District of West Augusta was divided into three counties, Ohio, Yohogania, and Monongalia; Ohio County included half of the present Washington County, Pennsylvania, and the portion which would become Greene Coutny, Pennsylvania in 1796. It included the townships of Donegal, blaine, Buffalo, and southern portions of Independence and Hopewell townships, the northern sections of East andWest Finley townships, and parts of Canton, north and South Franklin twps. 
Name Variation24 June 1778  As of 24 June 1778, Peter Stacy was also known as Peter Stasey. 
PublicServ24 June 1778 Transcribed as Peter Stasy, he was appointed Constable on 24 June 1778 at Yohogania county, Virginia.7,8,9,10 
(Witness) Grantor26 May 1779 He was an abutter in the land transaction of Christopher Perkey to Valentine Seagrist on 26 May 1779 of 318 ac Jacob's Creek, Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania.11 
PublicServ29 September 1779 Peter Stacy was publicserv on 29 September 1779 at Virginia.12 
Marriage*before 1780 He married Anna Catherine Unknown before 1780. 
Residing*circa 1780 Peter Stacy was residing circa 1780 at Tenmile Country, Fayette county, Pennsylvania.13 
Residencebefore 23 September 1780 He lived before 23 September 1780 at Pennsylvania.14 
Name Variation1783  As of 1783, Peter Stacy was also known as Peter Statia. 
Taxed8 August 1785 He was taxed on 8 August 1785 at 250 acres, 2 horses, 2 cows, Tyrone township, Fayette county, Pennsylvania.15,16,17
Name Variation1786  As of 1786, Peter Stacy was also known as Petter Stacie. 
Taxed1786 He was taxed in 1786 at 2 horses, 2 cows - no land, Tyrone township, Fayette county, Pennsylvania.18,19,20,21 
Residencebefore 6 May 1787 He lived before 6 May 1787 at Northwest Territory.22 
PublicServSeptember 1787 He was publicserv Overseer of roads in September 1787 at Jefferson county, Kentucky.23 
Taxed*30 July 1789 He was taxed on 30 July 1789 at Jefferson county, Kentucky.24,25,26,27 
(Witness) Taxed1793 He witnessed the taxed of Thomas Downs in 1793 at Jefferson county, Kentucky. His taxables: 03 Stacy, Peter 01    03 28    ; District of Jenking Phillips, Commissioner.28 
Taxed3 August 1793 Peter Stacy was taxed on 3 horses, mares, colts or mules on 3 August 1793 at Jenkin Phillips District, Jefferson county, Kentucky.29 
Taxed30 July 1799 He was taxed on 30 July 1799 at Jenkin Phillips District, Jefferson county, Kentucky.30 
Residence1801 He lived in 1801 at Clark county, Indiana.31
Note*between 1801 and 1814  * * * * * *

; Stacy Road.32 
Residence1802 He lived in 1802 at Clark county, Indiana.31 
PublicServJanuary 1803 He was publicserv Appointed to Grand Jury in January 1803 at Clark county, Indiana.25,33 
Residence20 March 1803 He lived on 20 March 1803 at Pleasant Run Creek, Clark county, Indiana.34 
PublicServ5 July 1803 He was publicserv Supervisor of Public Roads on 5 July 1803 at Clark county, Indiana.25 
(Witness) Grantor29 March 1805 He witnessed the land transaction of Benjamin Redman to Rezin Redman on 29 March 1805 of Clark county, Indiana; 100 acres on lot #69.35,36 
(Witness) Taxed1807 Peter Stacy witnessed the taxed of Stacy Applegate in 1807 at Clark county, Indiana.37 
Census1807 Peter Stacy appeared on the census of 1807 at Clark county, Indiana.38,25 
Census4 February 1807 He appeared on the census of 4 February 1807 at M. G. Clark's District, Clark county, Indiana.39 
Residence1808 He lived in 1808 at Clark county, Indiana.31
Burialbetween 1808 and 1809 He was buried between 1808 and 1809 at Stacy Cemetery, Charleston township, Clark county, Indiana.3,40 
PublicServ8 March 1808 He was publicserv Reappointed Supervisor of Public Roads on 8 March 1808 at Clark county, Indiana.25 
CourtCase*10 April 1810 He was courtcase on 10 April 1810 at Clark county, Indiana.41 
Death*between July 1810 and August 1810 He died between July 1810 and August 1810 at Clark county, Indiana.25,2 
Probate*10 September 1810 His estate was probated on 10 September 1810 at Clark county, Indiana.42,43 
Probate11 November 1822 His estate was probated on 11 November 1822 at Clark county, Indiana; $88.60 paid to each of 5 heirs, Rezin Redman, John Royse, Thomas Dowden, Geo. Shindler's adm, George Gresamore.44 

Family

Anna Catherine Unknown b. c 1755, d. bt 1 Sep 1822 - 12 Sep 1822
Marriage*before 1780 He married Anna Catherine Unknown before 1780. 
Children

Citations

  1. [S3287] JeffersonvilleCLARKIN Library, recorded as Extract #3287: Letter from Marylynn Reich (P.O. Box 1548 Jeffersonville, IN 4) to Jenny Rasmusson, 25 Mar 1998; Jenny Rasmusson (PO Box 924, Logandale, Clark, Nevada), Transcription of Stacy Cemetery:
    At bottom of transcription page:
    "This is on land which had belonged to Peter Stacy, a native of New Jersey. He was dead by 1823 as was his son, George and both may be buried here."
  2. [S191] ClarkCoIN Cemeteries recorded as Extract #191 Indiana Library Charlestown, Clark county, Indiana cemeteries, listed by townships (Salt Lake City, Utah: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1985),FHL#1428819 Item 1, STACY CEMETERY
    transcribed by Jeanne Burke
    "This is on land which had belonged to Peter Stacy, a native of New Jersey. He was dead by 1823 as was his son, George and both may be buried here.". Hereinafter cited as Clark County Cemeteries.
  3. [S3286] Barbara Mathews recorded as Extract #3286 Letter from Barbara Stacy Mathews (http://stacyline.www5.50megs.com/vamar.htm) to Jenny Rasmusson; Jenny Rasmusson (PO Box 924, Logandale, Clark, Nevada). MSL Source #3286, formerly #7338.
  4. [S3689] JeffersonCoKY Taxes 1791 recorded as Extract #3689 Jefferson county, Kentucky Tax Records, July 2nd 1790 Peter Stacey 1---4 [He is over 21 years old].., unknown location; FHL#0008050; Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson County Taxes.
  5. [S7450] WestmorelandCoPA Deeds 1773 recorded as Extract #7450 Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania Deeds, 1773-1784 in unknown series (P.O. Box 403369 Miami Beach, FL 33140-1369: T.L.C. Genealogy, unknown publish date).
  6. [S9281] VA Military Rev and War of 1812 recorded as Extract #9281 Family Archive, compiler, Virginia in the Revolution and War of 1812 (n.p.: n.pub.), Capt. John Stevenson's roll:
    Peter Stasy. Hereinafter cited as CD121 Virginia in the Revolution and War of 1812.
  7. [S211] PA Court VA Records, recorded as #211 Boyd Cumrine, Virginia Court Records in Southwestern Pennsylvania, (Baltimore: Genelaogical Publishing co, Inc, 1981) , Peter Stacy apptd Constable SW PA, Catalogued at the NEGHS as book call #F157W5L68 974.88P2c; PAHS as book call #UVA KFV 2915 .A72. F157W5L68 974.88P2c; UVA KFV 2915 .A72, New England Genealogical and Historical Society.
  8. [S362] Unknown cataloging recorded as Extract #unknown extract # , Records of District of W.Augusta, Ohio & Yohgania co, VA : 1970, F157W5L68.
  9. [S3690] Norval Internet Stacy, recorded as Extract #3690: Norval Stacy, "Correspondence with Norval Stacy," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Jenny Rasmusson, 1998, "Peter Stasy is appointed constable for "ensueing year" who is to be sommoned
    before the nearest Majestrate to qualify in said office". Dated 24 June 1778,
    Yohogania County, Virginia. Present at the court was; John Stephenson, William
    Crawford, Thomas Smallman, William Harrison, and Joseph Bealer. These were
    all "Gentlemen Justices". Not present but listed in previous days court as a
    gentlemen was Isaac Cox. The court was held in Augusta from 23 December 1776
    until 25 August 1777 when it was moved to the Andrew Heath farm in old
    Washington County, Pa which is west of the Monongahela River and near the
    present County line of Washington and Allegheny counties.. Hereinafter cited as "Stacy Norval Internet."
  10. [S7951] AugustaCoYohoCoVA Court Dist Rec, recorded as #7951 Richard W. Loveless, Records of the District of West Aguusta, Ohio County, and Yohogania County, Virginia , 1970, Ohio State Unveristy Printing Dept., Columbus, OH, , p.245 Peter Stasey is appointed Constable for the Ensuing year who is to be Sommoned before the neartest Majistrate to Qualify in sd Office.. PR 975.5 L943, Uniontown Library.
  11. [S7450] WestmorelandCoPA Deeds 1773 recorded as Extract #7450 Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania Deeds, 1773-1784 in unknown series (P.O. Box 403369 Miami Beach, FL 33140-1369: T.L.C. Genealogy, unknown publish date), p.106 Vol A p 288 I, Christopher Perkey of W, for 400 pounds, sell to Valentine Seagrist of Maryland, a tract of land with its improvements, on Jacobs Cr & Youghogany [River] waters, to contain 318 acres, and adjoining lands of widow Hutchenson, David Parrie, Ralph Cherry, & Peter Stacey. Signed May 26, 1779 - Christopher Perkey. Wit - Moses Bying, Henry Slatter. Recorded Dec 14, 1782.
  12. [S3690] Norval Internet Stacy, recorded as Extract #3690: Norval Stacy, "Correspondence with Norval Stacy," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Jenny Rasmusson, 1998, Thomas Stacy is also listed in several court actions in "Boyd Crumrine" book
    Virginia Court Records in Southwestern Pennsylvania. The last action is dated
    29 Sept. 1779. My research in PA has been a shot in the dark for locating
    Peter Stacy and family prior to moving to KY.
    . Hereinafter cited as "Stacy Norval Internet."
  13. [S210] WashingtonCoPA History TenMile recorded as Extract #0210 Howard L. Leckey, The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families (Waynesburg, Pa.: Waynesburg Republican, c1950), ..."list of names was those of pioneer settlers of what is now Fayette, Washington and Greene counties and perhaps Ohio and Monongalia Counties in Virginia. The names in this petition, which is not dated, seem at time to be taken from the militia rolls, and if circulated after 1780 contains the names of persons deceased or moved from the district, as witness the names of Simon Rinehart, killed by the Indians in 1780-81, and Jacob Vanmeter, who left for Kentucky in 1780. It is also apparent that some of the names are of boys, as in the case of Henry Swan, born in 1774.". Hereinafter cited as Tenmile.
  14. [S7901] WashingtonCoPA Church Upper 10 unknown record type, Pennsylvania Historical Society, 1300 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; unknown reader.
  15. [S216] Unknown name of person, Fayette County, Pennsylvania Tax Lists 1785-1860 unknown file number, Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, Tyrone Township 1785-1855
    1785     Petter Stacey     land: 250ac     pounds:46 pence: 17 horses:2 horn of cattle: 2 TAX: ¦51.12.
  16. [S4221] Unknown name of person, Fayette county, Pennsylvania Taxpayers, 1785-1799 974.884 R4f, Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, Petter Stacey      Tyrone twp     1785.
  17. [S9253] FayetteCoPA - Taxation recorded as Extract #9253 Tax and exoneration lists, 1783-1789, for Fayette County: See photocopies.
    William Perry
    Vallentine Scris
    John Smith
    Christan Rudeybo
    Paul Waugh
    petter Studeybecker
    Joseph Whitesdies
    Peter Stacey 250/46/17/2/2
    Thomms Rule
    Chirstopher Bealor
    Benj Wilt --/--/--/1/2
    Thomas Forsith 150/28/2/2/2
    John Morecraft 50/9/7/2/1
    John Walters
    Enoch Rose
    Rebeccah Hutchison
    Jeames Hutchesson (single)
    Samel Whitesides
    Benj Brewer 150/10/15/1/2
    Wm Steward
    jeams Steward (single)
    ....
    Benj Wells 250/62/10/4/7
    Taken August the 8th 1785, FHL#1027051 Item 2, Pennsylvania State Archives, Harrisburg, Dauphin county, Pennsylvania. Hereinafter cited as Tax and exoneration lists, 1783-1789, for Fayette County.
  18. [S216] Unknown name of person, Fayette County, Pennsylvania Tax Lists 1785-1860 unknown file number, Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, 1786      Petter Stacie     horses: 2     TAX: ¦12.10.
  19. [S321] Unknown name of person, Returns of Taxables for Bedford county, Huntingdon county, Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania unknown file number, Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, 1786 Tyrone twp Fayette co p605 Peter Stacy 1L 7p tax.
  20. [S4221] Unknown name of person, Fayette county, Pennsylvania Taxpayers, 1785-1799 974.884 R4f, Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, Peter Stacie          Tyrone twp     1786.
  21. [S2958] PA History Archives recorded as Extract #2958 Pennsylvania Archives Third Series in Third n.pub., unknown publish date), Wilt, Benjamin 1.2
    Wells, Benjamin 18.0.
  22. [S10580] WVa History recorded as Extract #10580 History of Vandalia - West Virginia, online http://www.access.wvu.edu/class/WVHistory/html/unit02.htm, a) In 1780, the western land issue locked the Continental Congress into a year long debate. Using an early version of states' rights, Virginia argued that Congress could not strip any state of its territory for the benefit of the nation. Eventually however, Virginia ceded its rights to the land for payment.
    b) In March 1781, following Virginia's land cessions, the case was taken up by Congress under the new Articles of Confederation. To Virginia's surprise, the committee recommended recognition of the Indiana claims, and the right of the company to a colony and petition for recognition of the "State of Vandalia."
    c) Virginia presented the states' right again, this claiming under Article 9 of the Articles of Confederation, that "no state shall be deprived of territory for the benefit of the United States." Virginia again stymied the company's effort by gaining a postponement. George Mason representing Virginia, declared that "the Federal Compact would be dissolved if Virginia were stripped of lands."
    d) Thus confronted with danger to the existence of Congress, a compromise was implemented. In 1784 the Northwest territory was created. (Ohio and the land above the Ohio river went under the control of the national government, and Virginia was allowed to retain her West Virginia claims.
    . Hereinafter cited as Vandalia.
  23. [S3690] Norval Internet Stacy, recorded as Extract #3690: Norval Stacy, "Correspondence with Norval Stacy," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Jenny Rasmusson, 1998, Jefferson Co., Ky in September 1787 when "Peter Stacy was appointed
    overseer of the road in place of Samuel Oldham 4 September 1787. Jefferson
    County, Kentucky". Vol. V, page 237, Jefferson County, KY Bonds and Power of
    Attorney, by Michael L. Cook, CG, Cook Publishing, Evansville, IN.
    . Hereinafter cited as "Stacy Norval Internet."
  24. [S1265] File c:\tmg1\srcntstx\0463.txt __________, 1790 Kentucky Federal Census (n.p.: n. pub., n.d.)Peter Stacey     Jefferson     7/30/1789.
  25. [S3561] Marvin Corres Tingdahl, recorded as Extract #3561: Letter from Marvin Tingdahl (1116 E. Lingard Street Lancaster, CA 03535) to Jenny Rasmusson, 1 Apr 1998; Jenny Rasmusson (PO Box 924, Logandale, Clark, Nevada).
  26. [S7545] JeffersonCoKY Taxes recorded as Extract#7545 Jefferson county, Kentucky Tax Lists, 1789 Jul 2
    Peter Stacy 1 male over 21; 4 horses/cattle
    1789 Jun 14
    Thomas Downs 1 male over 21

    1789 Jul 30 Property in the District of Jno Churchill
    Peter Stacy 4 horses/cattle, unknown location; FHL#8050-172259; Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson County Tax lists.
  27. [S3689] JeffersonCoKY Taxes 1791 recorded as Extract #3689 Jefferson county, Kentucky Tax Records, unknown location; FHL#0008050; Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson County Taxes.
  28. [S3689] JeffersonCoKY Taxes 1791 recorded as Extract #3689 Jefferson county, Kentucky Tax Records, Key to the chart below is as follows:
    A - number of white males over 21
    F - Cattle

    B - number of white males between 16 and 21
    J - ordinary licenses

    C - total blacks
    L - retail stores

    D - blacks under 16
    N - acres of land

    E - Horse, mares, colts, mules
    O - stud horses



    List of taxable property within the District of Jenking Phillips, Commissioner for the County of Jefferson for the year 1793. The month in which assessment was made cannot be seen for most of this transcription. The number you see is the day of the month, unless otherwise noted.

     06
    Downs, Thomas
    01
    
    
    
    02
    05
    
    
    37
    
    , unknown location; FHL#0008050; Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson County Taxes.
  29. [S3689] JeffersonCoKY Taxes 1791 recorded as Extract #3689 Jefferson county, Kentucky Tax Records, 3 Peter Stacy 1---3 26 no ac, unknown location; FHL#0008050; Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson County Taxes.
  30. [S3689] JeffersonCoKY Taxes 1791 recorded as Extract #3689 Jefferson county, Kentucky Tax Records, Jul 30 Peter Stacey 11--2, unknown location; FHL#0008050; Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. Hereinafter cited as Jefferson County Taxes.
  31. [S7922] IN History Collections recorded as Extract #7922 unknown author Indiana Historical Collections (n.p.: n.pub.). Hereinafter cited as Indiana Collections.
  32. [S3561] Marvin Corres Tingdahl, recorded as Extract #3561: Letter from Marvin Tingdahl (1116 E. Lingard Street Lancaster, CA 03535) to Jenny Rasmusson, 1 Apr 1998; Jenny Rasmusson (PO Box 924, Logandale, Clark, Nevada), South of Charlestown, Clark county, Indiana, there is a road named Stacy Road. The Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church is located at the intersection of Hwy 403 and Stacy Road; Stacy Road goes east from there. This road is probably named for Peter Stacy.
  33. [S4114] ClarkCoIN History and Genealogy recorded as Extract #4114 Mrs. Julia D. Waugh,Clark county, Indiana Historical and Genealogical Records, 1929, compiled by Mrs. Nathan B. Sparks, Formerly 689, 8792, 8888, 7616.
  34. [S3018] IN Periodicals Hoosier recorded as Extract #3018 Naomi Keith Sexton, Hoosier Journal of Ancestry, 1-15: Clark County, Indiana Estray Book 1801-1817
    Peter Stacey on Pleasant Run Cr.     3/20/1803.
  35. [S180] ClarkCoIN Land Deeds recorded as Extract #180 Clark county, Indiana Deeds, FHL#1428648-50, Family History Library, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. Hereinafter cited as Clark County Deeds.
  36. [S3561] Marvin Corres Tingdahl, recorded as Extract #3561: Letter from Marvin Tingdahl (1116 E. Lingard Street Lancaster, CA 03535) to Jenny Rasmusson, 1 Apr 1998; Jenny Rasmusson (PO Box 924, Logandale, Clark, Nevada), Received from Benjamin and Ann Redman.
  37. [S7504] ClarkCoIN Voters 1807 recorded as Extract #7504 Clark County, IN Voters List 1807, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~inunknow/Census/1807.txt, Applegate, Hezekiah IN CLARK CO. 29 1807 VOTER LIST
    Applegate, James IN KNOX CO. 18 1807 VOTER LIST
    Stacy, Peter IN CLARK CO. 30 1807 VOTER LIST
    Stacy, Willam IN CLARK CO. 29 1807 VOTER LIST
    . Hereinafter cited as 1807 Voters.
  38. [S253] Unknown cataloging recorded as Extract #unknown extract # Census of Indiana Territory for 1807, p30 Stacy, Peter Clark county, Family History Library.
  39. [S3018] IN Periodicals Hoosier recorded as Extract #3018 Naomi Keith Sexton, Hoosier Journal of Ancestry, 1-15.
  40. [S191] ClarkCoIN Cemeteries recorded as Extract #191 Indiana Library Charlestown, Clark county, Indiana cemeteries, listed by townships (Salt Lake City, Utah: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1985),FHL#1428819 Item 1. Hereinafter cited as Clark County Cemeteries.
  41. [S3561] Marvin Corres Tingdahl, recorded as Extract #3561: Letter from Marvin Tingdahl (1116 E. Lingard Street Lancaster, CA 03535) to Jenny Rasmusson, 1 Apr 1998; Jenny Rasmusson (PO Box 924, Logandale, Clark, Nevada), Court of Common Please Minute Book, 1808 - 1814, FHL#0549324 Court met Tuesday 10 Apr 1810 (p350). Peter Stacy was allowed $10.18-1/2 for his claim (bottom entry on page 351).
  42. [S3561] Marvin Corres Tingdahl, recorded as Extract #3561: Letter from Marvin Tingdahl (1116 E. Lingard Street Lancaster, CA 03535) to Jenny Rasmusson, 1 Apr 1998; Jenny Rasmusson (PO Box 924, Logandale, Clark, Nevada), Vol. 21 Pgs 205-214; LDS film 1428597

    Court of Common Pleas Minute Book, 1808 - 1814 (FHL#0549324) Court met Monday 10 Sep (p383). At this session Catherine Stacy and William Stacy applied for and were granted administratorship of the estate of Peter Stacy, deceased (page 384). Absolom Litle, James Steward, and William Blizzard were sworn to appraise the personal estate of Peter Stacy and make a report at the next meeting (also on p384).

    Court met Monday 5 Nov 1810 (p403). An inventory and appraisementon the personal estate of Peter Stacy, deceased, was returned.

    Court met Monday 11 Feb 1811 (p406). A list of peroperty sold of Peter Stacy estate returned to court (p407).
  43. [S3690] Norval Internet Stacy, recorded as Extract #3690: Norval Stacy, "Correspondence with Norval Stacy," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Jenny Rasmusson, 1998, Generation No. 2

    2. PETER9 STACY (PETER 8, JOHN 7, SYMON 6, JOHN 5, SYMON 4, THOMAS 3,
    THOMAS 2, THOMAS 1) was born Unknown in Unknown, and died Abt
    September 1810 in Clark County, Utica Twp, Indiana (Source: Minute
    Book of Common Pleas 1808 - 1814. Clark Co., IN. page 384.
    Application of estate by Catherine Stacy and son William regarding
    Peter Stacy, deceased.). He married (1) UNKNOWN. He married (2)
    CATHERINE Unknown in Unknown.

         Children of Peter STACY and Unknown are:
         i.     HANNAH10 STACY, b. Abt 1780; d. Aft 1850; m. JOHN ROYCE, Abt 1800.

    4.     ii.     WILLIAM STACY, b. Abt 1782, Unknown; d. December 1849, Clark
    County, Indiana.
         iii.     UNKNOWN STACY, b. Abt 1783; d. Bef December 1811; m. REZIN
    REDMAN.
         iv.     GEORGE STACY, b. Abt 1785; d. Abt 12 November 1821, Clark Co.,
    Indiana; m. MARY ANN (POLLY) SHINDLER, 3 November 1818, Shelby County,
    KY (Source: Shelby County, Kentucky Marriages, 1792 to 1833,
    complied by Eula R. Hasskarl, Ada, OK).

         Children of Peter STACY and Catherine are:
    5.     v.     NANCY10 STACY, b. 26 April 1787, Jefferson Co., Kentucky; d. 15
    January 1850, Jackson County, Driftwood Twp, Indiana (Empson Cem.).
    6.     vi.     JAMES STACY, b. Abt 1794, Indiana; d. Abt November 1836,
    Unknown.
         vii.     MARTHA (PATSY) STACY, b. Abt 1799, Unknown (Source: Unknown
    researcher information); d. Unknown, Unknown; m. GEORGE GRISAMORE, 2
    February 1820, Clark County, Indiana (Source: Clark County Indiana
    Marriages Book AGRS CD).
    7.     viii.     HENRY STACY, b. 21 October 1801, Clark County, Charlestown
    Twp, Indiana; d. 20 January 1861, Clark County, Charlestown Twp,
    Indiana (Old Stacy Cemetery).
    8.     ix.     LOUISA (LUCY) ANN STACY, b. Abt 1806, Clark County, Indiana;
    d. 18 October 1865, Unknown.
         x.     SALLY STACY, b. Unknown, Unknown; d. Abt 1858, Unknown (Source:
    Unknown researcher information); m. JOHN HAWN, 4 April 1821, Clark
    County, Indiana (Source: Clark County Indiana Marriages Book B).
    . Hereinafter cited as "Stacy Norval Internet."
  44. [S3286] Barbara Mathews recorded as Extract #3286 Letter from Barbara Stacy Mathews (http://stacyline.www5.50megs.com/vamar.htm) to Jenny Rasmusson; Jenny Rasmusson (PO Box 924, Logandale, Clark, Nevada). MSL Source #3286, formerly #7338, This day William Stacy one of the Administrators of Peter Stacy dec'd produced to the court an account of monies received by him and paid out to the heirs of said decedant from which it appears that the said administrator has received cash of said estate to the amount of four hundred and forty three dollars, and that the said administrator has paid the same to five of heirs of said decedent to wit, Rezin Redman; John Royse; Thomas Dowden, George Shindler. Administrator of George Dec'd & George Gresmore to each one equally 88.60 in full of their share of the personal estate of said Peter Stacy, dec'd. It is ordered that the said William Stacy be allowed the sum of thirty dollars for his services as such Administrator to be paid out of the estate of said decedent. William Goodwin CC. . .
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