Generation No. 1
Simon Stacy was born August 05, 1638 in England, and died January 23, 1717/18 in Charles Parish, York Co, VA. He married Mary Elizabeth Watts. She died April 14, 1718 in York Co, VA.
Child of Simon Stacy and Mary Watts is:
Generation No. 2
Joseph Stacy (Simon) was born July 24, 1690 in Charles Parish, York Co, VA, and died January 05, 1725/26 in Charles Parish, York Co, VA. He married Mary Bennett, daughter of James Bennett and Jane. She died December 20, 1751 in Charles Parish, York Co, VA.
Children of Joseph Stacy and Mary Bennett are:
Generation No. 3
John Stacy (Joseph, Simon) was born December 15, 1722 in Charles Parish, York Co, VA, and died Bet. January 02 - March 18, 1770 in York Co, VA. He married Anne.
Children of John Stacy and Anne are:
Generation No. 4
Robert Stacy (John, Joseph, Simon) was born March 25, 1757 in Albemarle Parish, Sussex Co, VA, and died February 06, 1849 in Spartanburg Co, SC. He married Sally Austell. She was born 1765 in South Carolina, and died December 1828 in Spartanburg Co, SC. Female descendants of Robert Stacy qualify for members in the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution based on his Patriotic Service.
Children of Robert Stacy and Sally Austell are:
Charles Parish History and Registers, York County Virginia, Library of Virginia, Richmond Virginia (3rd Repring 1996) p. 9: "On reading this day in Council the Complaint of Henry Hayward, Senr., John Doswell and other Vestrymen of Charles Parish in York County against Thomas Nutting and others Vestrymen of the said Parish for opposing Mr. Thomas Cheesmans and Mr. Robert Shields voting in the said Vestry at the meeting appointed for advising of the repairing or building a Church. And upon hearing the allegations of both the said partys in Council this Board are of opinion that the present Constitution of the said Vestry is irregular and illegal. And for removing all differences that have or may arise in the said Parish by continuing the said Vestry It is ordered that a new vestry be fairly and legally elected and chosen by the Freeholders and householders of the said Parish...." p. 13: "The petition by Henry Howard, Edward Tabb, and others complained of an "undue and irregular election of a vestry for Charles parish on the 29th of June last past", because "votes of the parishioners were taken at their own houses twelve days before the day of the said Election and two days before publication of the order," and because of "diverse other irregularitys." p. 15: "The Council on February 18, 1708, took the case under consideration, and found "that the said election (of November 2, 1708) was fairly and regularly made according to Law, and the directions of this Board, and that it doth appear by the Return that Eleven of the said Vestrymen were chosen by a great Majority of the Inhabitants and it appearing also that there are two others returned who had an equal number of votes, It is the opinion of the Council that the Sherif amend his return by strikeing out one of them to make the number of the Bestry twelve and the return being amended accordingly. It was ordered that Henry Howard, Thomas Nutting, Thomas Chisman, Thomas Roberts, Robert Curtis, Henry Howard junior, Simon Stacy, Edward Tabb, and Anthony Robinson being duly Elected as aforesaid be sworn of a Vestry and that a Dedimus issue for that purpose directed to Robert Read and Wm. Buckner Gent or any one of them to administer to the said Vestryment the Oaths and Test prescribed by Law for qualifying them for the said Offices."
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