Stanger, John, of Glaston

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In 1795 John Cutler sold the manor with the manor house, or the toft where the same lately stood, for £4,850 to John Stanger of Glaston, grazier, who died in 1820 leaving it to Hon. George Watson, youngest son of his 'much respected friend and patron the late Lewis, Lord Sondes,' and his heirs male, failing such heirs to his brother Hon. Henry Watson and his heirs male, and failing them to Lewis Richard Watson, Lord Sondes, his heirs and assigns for ever. The Watsons, Lords Sondes, held the manor until the middle of the 19th century, when it was acquired by George Monckton, grandson of the first Viscount Galway.

From: 'Parishes: Glaston', A History of the County of Rutland: Volume 2 (1935), pp. 182-188. URL: Date accessed: 24 February 2009.

Humphrey Stanger's Descendants includes

165. Maria STANGER [41540] (John72, Oliver32, Humphrey14, John3, Humphrey1) was born in 1842 in Caldecott Rutland England, was christened 24 Jul 1842 in Caldecott Rutland England, died in 1916 at age 74, and was buried 20 Jan 1916 in Caldecott Rutland England.

Maria married Sir Geoffrey PALMER, 8th Bart. Sondes [41729] [MRIN: 15059], son of John Henry PALMER, 7th Bart. Sondes [41730] and Mary Grace MONSON-WATSON [41731]. Geoffrey was born in 1809 in Skeffington Leicestershire England.

General Notes: Wikipedia shows:
Earl Sondes
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The title of Baron Sondes, of Lees Court in the County of Kent, was created in the Peerage of Great Britain in 1760. The 5th Baron was created Earl Sondes, of Lees Court in the County of Kent, and Viscount Throwley, of the County of Kent, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1880. All titles became extinct upon the death of the 5th Earl in 1996.

and this is what that tree states about John Stanger

72. John STANGER [25634] (Oliver32, Humphrey14, John3, Humphrey1) was born about 1798 in Gretton Northamptonshire England, was christened 04 Feb 1798 in Gretton Northamptonshire England, died in Jul 1870 in Caldecott Rutland England about age 72, and was buried 01 Aug 1870 in Caldecott Rutland England.

General Notes: John Stanger of Caldecott( born Gretton) married Ann White of Caldecott by banns 17 June 1823 at Caldecott in the presence of his brother and sister, Susannah Stanger and William Stanger, Samuel White and Dunah Bellamy.
John had been born at Gretton and baptized 4 Feb 1798. The Susannah & William Stanger present at the wedding were his sister and brother.

John married Annie Jane WHITE [25638] [MRIN: 9844] 17 Jun 1823 in Caldecott Rutland England. Annie was born about 1802 in Preston Rutland England, died in 1892 about age 90, and was buried 10 Mar 1892 in Caldecott Rutland England.