Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney papers  1665-1828 (bulk 1780-1788)
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Stacy Family genealogy

  • This genealogy represents only those grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Nathaniel and Susan Stacy either mentioned by name in letters, or noted in skimming through Stacy's diary. There were others. On 30 January 1856, Stacy noted that he and Susan had 27 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.
  • Rufus Stacy married Martha
    • Susana (b. 30 December 1731)
    • Rufus (b. 1 Mar 1734; d. 11 February 1824) See below
    • Martha (b. 14 August 1737)
    • Ebenezer (b. 11 August 1739)
    • Lucy (bap. 12 September 1742)
    • Rufus Stacy (1 March 1734-11 February 1824) married Elisabeth Allen, by whom he had a daughter, Elisabeth Stacy Paige (9 October 1758-25 March 1846) and a son, Ebenezer (bap. 7 December 1760). Married second Anna Day (ca.1745-26 February 1837).
      • Rufus Stacy (bap. 23 November 1766; d. ca.1845) See below
      • Anna Stacy (b. 10 September 1769) married ------ Shaw
        • Michael
        • Enoch
        • Gideon
        • Moses
        • Ansel
        • Alonzo
        • John S.
        • Rufus
      • Ezekiel Stacy (bap. 3 May 1772; d. 1844) married Lois
        • Marcus
        • Ezekiel
      • Martha (Patty) Stacy (bap. 15 August 1774) married Roland Felton (d. 1825).
        • Gilbert
        • Ursula
        • Rosina
        • Franklin
      • Nathaniel Michael Stacy (2 December 1778-4 April 1868; bap. 12 September 1779) See below
      • Mary (Polly) Stacy (bap. 5 August 1781) married Abel Thompson
        • Patty
        • Hosea B.
        • Noah
        • Elisha?
        • Anna?
      • Michael Stacy (bap. June 1784; d. ca.1790)
    • Rufus Stacy (bap. 23 November 1766; d. ca.1845) married ca.1790 to the mother of at least the first three children named below. Married second Anna Lyndsey on 14 October 1805.
      • Consider H. Stacy (d. 1840) married between 1815 and 1816 Polly Bass. Practiced as a doctor in Hamilton, N.Y.
        • Consider Alphonzo Stacy (1817-1888) married Mary M. Walker. Practiced law in Tecumseh, Mich., and served as probate judge and postmaster.
        • Diantha
        • William (d. 1833)
        • Jerusha
        • Esther
        • George
        • Rosina
      • Lucy Stacy married on 5 November 1812 to Robert Ransom
        • Rufus
        • Erastus (d. 1838)
        • Robert
        • Lucy Delight
        • Lois
        • David
        • Reuben
        • Charles
        • Anson
        • John
        • William
      • Content Stacy married on 19 November 1821 Gratia Church
        • Delilah
      • James Elliott Stacy
      • Justus Stacy
      • Mary Patience Stacy
      • Vesta Stacy
    • Nathaniel Michael Stacy (2 December 1778-4 April 1868; bap. 12 September 1779) married on 30 January 1806 Susan Clark (22 April 1783-4 October 1869).
      • Nathaniel Haskel Stacy (b. ca.1806) married Polly Dunham on 3 March 1833. Worked as a blacksmith in Oil Creek, Pa.
        • Mary
        • Walter
      • Maria Theresa Stacy (September 1809-April 1861) married Edwin T. Baker on 6 April 1834.
        • Mary A.S. married Hiram M. Lawrence on 21 September 1852
          • Edwin
        • Susan Elvira Stacy married on 1 January 1832 Charles Anderson. Married second John Ackley on 1 January 1856.
          • Julia
          • Edwin Clark Stacy (b. ca.1814) married Elizabeth Heath on 24 February 1842. Practiced law in Michigan and Pennsylvania.
            • Don
          • Walter Stacy (ca.1816-14 May 1831) drowned in a mill pond in Columbus, Pa.
          • Mary Adeline Stacy (ca.1818-23 March 1834) died after a short illness in Columbus
          • Charlotte L. Stacy married Ozro A. Smith on 6 February 1842
            • Ida Dorliska (10 December 1842-April 1861)
            • Alice (d. 1846 as an infant)
            • Nathaniel Stacy (ca.1849-26 April 1900) married Dona A. Fuller in 1871
              • A. Louis (d. 11 September 1932)
              • Don F.
            • Estelle
            • Susy
          • Clarinda Rosina Matilda Stacy married on 10 August 1846 John D. Anderson.
Alternate Locations

Ballou, Hosea. A sermon delivered in Bleeker Street church (Boston, 1847)

The companion to the Universalist register for 1840 (Utica, 1840)

Fowler, P.P. A discourse, preached ... before the Chautauqua association of Universalists (Conneautville, Pa., 1850)

Hartzell, J. Hazard. The symbols of spring; a discourse delivered in the Universalist church in Buffalo (Buffalo, N.Y., 1859)

Loveland, Samuel C. A correspondence between Samuel C. Loveland ... and Rev. Joseph Laberee (Windsor, Vt., 1818)

Peck, Alfred. Christmas sermon; delivered in the Universalist church, in Pavillion, Gen. Co. N.Y. (New York, 1835)

The religious enquirer . Vol. 1, no. 1, Oct. 1811 (Cooperstown, N.Y)

Reynolds, E. Winchester. The three-fold view of life (Boston, Ma., 1855)

Stacy, Nathaniel. An objection answered; a discourse delivered in the Universalist church (Ann Arbor, Mich., 1838)

Stevenson, John H. The money question; a catechism (Pittsburgh, Pa., [1890?])

Thomas, Abel C. Mourners comforted; an address delivered in the Universalist church (Philadelphia, Pa., 1850)

Universalist Church in the U.S. Pennsylvania State Convention, June 22-23, 1852. Proceedings (Auburn, Pa., 1852)

Universalist register and almanac (Utica, N.Y., 1840, 1869)

Related Materials

A copy of Stacy's Memoirs of the Life of Nathaniel Stacy, Preacher of the Gospel of Universal Grace (Columbus, Pa., 1850) is located in the Book Division. It is extremely useful background reading for an understanding of many events referred to throughout the papers. In some cases during cataloging, a note has been made referring to relevant sections of the Memoirs.

Two further related publications are located in the Book Division: Marie Huber's The State of Souls Separated from their Bodies (Cooperstown, N.Y., 1817) and Stacy's The Faith of the Gospel... Delivered at Sanquoit, Oneida Co .... (Hamilton, N.Y., 1830).

The marriage register kept by Stacy in Ann Arbor has been published in full in Family History Capers 9 (1986), pp. 2-4, along with excerpted information concerning funerals performed in Michigan. A copy of this publication in enclosed with the register.

The personal papers of Consider A. Stacy, Nathaniel Stacy's nephew's son, are deposited at the Clarke Historical Library of Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant.

Partial Subject Index
Accounts current
  • 7:11, 13
Acrostics
  • 2:38
  • 3:86
  • 8:18
Adultery
  • 1:7
  • 3:1
Advice
  • 2:34
  • 3:27
  • 4:74
Alcoholism
  • 3:23
  • 4:24, 25
Amputation
  • 1:17
Ann Arbor (Mich.)
  • 3:3, 10
Antimasonry
  • 2:11, 15, 17, 43, 52
  • 3:31
Autograph albums
  • 7:12
Bands (Music)
  • 4:35
Baptism
  • 3:7
Booksellers and bookselling
  • 3:10, 20, 80
  • 8:40
Buffalo (N.Y.)
  • 2:73
  • 3:12
Calvinism
  • 1:59
Camps (Military)--War of 1812
  • 1:25, 28
Canada--History--Rebellion, 1837-1838
  • 3:74
Canal boats
  • 2:4
Canals
  • 2:19
Card games--Moral and ethical aspects
  • 1:6, 60
Cheese
  • 3:91
Children
  • 4:35, 36, 50b, 51b, 57
  • 3:14a, 19a, 20a, 55a, 70a
Children--Death
  • 2:68a
  • 3:24, 31
  • 8:18
  • 4:55b
Children--Institutional care
  • 7:8
Church discipline
  • 1:35, 49, 60
  • 3:33
  • 4:37, 42, 43, 45
Churches, Anglican
  • 2:88
Clay, Henry, 1777-1852
  • 4:44
Clergy--Conduct of life
  • 1:6, 60
  • 2:7, 24
  • 3:33, 39
  • 4:24, 25, 37, 42, 43, 45, 80
Clothing and dress
  • 3:67, 4:27
Columbus (Pa.)--Religious life
  • Boxes 2 and 4 passim
  • 7:23-25
  • 8:1-10
Congregational Churches
  • 1:11, 49, 50, 73
Conversion
  • 1:11, 37, 50, 73
  • 2:83
  • 4:56, 92
Counterfeits and counterfeiting
  • 3:94
Courts-martial and courts of inquiry
  • 1:28
Courtship
  • 1:51, 52, 53
Death
  • 2:13, 15, 38, 46, 48, 83
  • 4:49, 67
Death--Poetry
  • 8:18
Diaries
  • 7:15-25
  • 8:1-10
Dreams
  • 3:35
Education--Finance
  • 4:63,66
Elections--Michigan--1838
  • 3:69
Enthusiasm
  • See also Revivals
  • 2:1, 39, 43, 45, 50, 51
  • 3:7, 11
  • 4:56
Episcopal Church--Liturgy and ritual
  • 2:88
Erie Canal (N.Y.)
  • 2:4
Estates (Law)
  • 2:15, 17
  • 4:59
  • 7:1, 10
  • 8:41, Oversize material
Excommunication
  • 1:49
Expositor and Universalist Review
  • 2:77
  • 4:2
Faith
  • 1:13, 16
Family--Michigan
  • passim
Family--New York (State)
  • passim
Family--Pennsylvania
  • passim
Fast day sermons
  • 4:21
Food--Prices
  • 3:36
Fourth of July--Sermons
  • 2:75
Freemasons
  • 1:71, 74, 75
  • 2:19, 36
  • 8:15
Freemasons--History--19th century
  • 2:11, 15, 17, 43, 52
  • 3:31
Friendship
  • 2:1
  • 4:75
Funeral rites and ceremonies
  • 4:1, 20
Funeral sermons
  • 2:9
  • 4:20
Gambling
  • 7:8
Gospel Herald and Religious Observer
  • 3:54,60,64,65,70,71,72,75,76,78,80
  • 8:12
Gossip
  • 2:17, 74
  • 3:1
  • 4:80
Great Awakening, Second
  • passim
Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841
  • 4:21
Husband and wife
  • 4:64, 74
  • 7:10
Illinois
  • 2:30
  • 3:56
Indians of North America
  • 7:8
Infanticide
  • 1:59
Insanity, Religious
  • 1:59
  • 3:78, 92
Invective
  • 2:61
  • 4:31, 34
Inventions
  • 4:7, 18, 55
Inventories
  • 7:8
  • 8:42
Last words
  • 1:32
Libraries
  • 4:85
Local elections
  • 1:1
  • 7:2
Lotteries
  • 4:89
Magazine and Advocate
  • 3:42
  • 4:1
  • 8:40
Marriage
  • 4:74
Marriage licenses
  • 8:13
Marriage registers
  • 8:14
Medical fees
  • 1:17
Medicine
  • 4:23, 40, 70, 71, 76
  • 7:4
Mental illness
  • 2:53
Michigan
  • 3:3
Michigan--Religious life
  • Box 3 passim
  • 7:20-22
Military discipline
  • 1:28
  • 3:74
Money
  • 3:56, 59, 68, 84, 93
  • 4:2, 3
Mormons--New York (State)
  • 3:20a, 32
  • 4:38
Mothers
  • 4:35
New Harmony (Ind.)
  • 1:76
New York (State)--History--1815-1861
  • passim
New York (State)--Religious life
  • Box 1 and 2 passim
  • 7:16-18
Obituaries
  • 1:59
  • 2:13
  • 3:87
  • 4:39
Opium
  • 4:50
Parent and child
  • 1:66, 67, 68
  • 2:65
  • 4:35, 36, 64
Pennsylvania--Religious life
  • Boxes 2 and 4 passim
  • 7:23-25
  • 8:1-10
Phrenology
  • 4:23,55b
Plymouth Rock
  • 1:83
Poetry
  • 1:27, 28
  • 2:45, 54, 70
  • 3:7
  • 4:52
  • 8:18
Preaching
  • 2:37, 49, 81
  • 4:14
Presidents--United States--Election--1864
  • 4:68
Prisoners
  • 1:38
  • 3:94
Probate law and practice
  • 4:17
Publishers and publishing
  • 1:46
  • 3:38, 48
  • 8:16, 41
Quilted goods
  • 3:89
  • 4:44
Railroads
  • 4:83
Religion and music
  • 3:8
Religious disputations
  • 1:29, 30, 36
  • 2:7, 89
  • 3:29, 40, 54
  • 4:82
Revivals
  • See also Enthusiasm
  • 1:63
  • 2:45, 51
  • 3:11, 14, 78, 92
  • 4:92
Roads
  • 4:89
Sabbath
  • 3:37
Salvation
  • 1:2, 9, 13, 29, 30, 54
  • 2:9, 89
  • 3:78
  • 4:82
Schools
  • 1:3
  • 3:23, 69, 79
  • 4:63, 66
Separation (Law)
  • 2:10, 53
  • 8:42
Sepulchral monuments
  • 2:17
Sexual ethics
  • 2:71, 74
  • 3:1
Shakers
  • 1:62, 79, 81, 82, 84
  • 2:2, 3, 10
Sin, Original
  • 1:56
Smallpox
  • 2:69
Soldiers
  • 1:25
Stacy, Nathaniel, 1778-1869. Memoirs…
  • 3:50
  • 8:15
State of Souls Separated From Their Bodies
  • 1:31, 46
  • 3:38, 48
Steamboats
  • 3:3
Suicide
  • 1:59
  • 2:11, 45, 70
Support (Domestic relations)
  • 1:66, 67, 68
  • 2:20
  • 4:64
Taxes
  • 7:3
Temperance
  • 2:82
  • 3:82
  • 4:84, 86, 93
Thanksgiving day--Sermons
  • 3:26
United States--History--War of 1812
  • 1:23
United States. Army--Chaplains
  • 1:23, 28
Universalism
  • passim
Universalist Church
  • 8:37, 38, 39, 40, 41
Universalist Church--Clergy
  • passim
Universalist Church--History
  • 8:36-40 and passim
Universalist Church--Sermons
  • 8:18-35
Vaccination
  • 2:69
Western Association of Universalists
  • passim
Widows
  • 1:73
  • 2:15, 17, 62
Wigs
  • 3:28,30
Women ministers
  • 1:34
Women--Employment
  • 1:64
  • 2:62
  • 3:32, 44
  • 4:23, 27, 51a