Biography of William Stanton 1639-1705

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In 1639 William Stanton 1639-1705 was born.

Around 1660 William Stanton 1639-1705 (21) had set up a business adjacent to St Andrew Holborn, Holborn, Camden, City of London.

Around 1666. Monument to John "Old Sir John" Brownlow 1st Baronet Brownlow 1590-1679 (76) in St Peter and St Paul Church, Belton House, Belton, Grantham, Lincolnshire. Sculpted by William Stanton 1639-1705 (26).

After 21 Oct 1670 Hugh Smithson 1st Baronet Smithson 1598-1670 was buried in the Church of St John the Baptist, Stanwick, Yorkshire. Monument to Hugh Smithson 1st Baronet Smithson 1598-1670 and Dorothy Royston sculpted by William Stanton 1639-1705 (30). Note whilst both alabaster the effigies appears to have been sourced differently since hers has no mottling.

After 21 Oct 1670 Hugh Smithson 1st Baronet Smithson 1598-1670 was buried in the Church of St John the Baptist, Stanwick, Yorkshire. Monument to Hugh Smithson 1st Baronet Smithson 1598-1670 and Dorothy Royston sculpted by William Stanton 1639-1705 (30). Note whilst both alabaster the effigies appears to have been sourced differently since hers has no mottling.

After 21 Oct 1670 Hugh Smithson 1st Baronet Smithson 1598-1670 was buried in the Church of St John the Baptist, Stanwick, Yorkshire. Monument to Hugh Smithson 1st Baronet Smithson 1598-1670 and Dorothy Royston sculpted by William Stanton 1639-1705 (30). Note whilst both alabaster the effigies appears to have been sourced differently since hers has no mottling.

After 21 Oct 1670 Hugh Smithson 1st Baronet Smithson 1598-1670 was buried in the Church of St John the Baptist, Stanwick, Yorkshire. Monument to Hugh Smithson 1st Baronet Smithson 1598-1670 and Dorothy Royston sculpted by William Stanton 1639-1705 (30). Note whilst both alabaster the effigies appears to have been sourced differently since hers has no mottling.

After 21 Oct 1670 Hugh Smithson 1st Baronet Smithson 1598-1670 was buried in the Church of St John the Baptist, Stanwick, Yorkshire. Monument to Hugh Smithson 1st Baronet Smithson 1598-1670 and Dorothy Royston sculpted by William Stanton 1639-1705 (30). Note whilst both alabaster the effigies appears to have been sourced differently since hers has no mottling.

After 21 Oct 1670 Hugh Smithson 1st Baronet Smithson 1598-1670 was buried in the Church of St John the Baptist, Stanwick, Yorkshire. Monument to Hugh Smithson 1st Baronet Smithson 1598-1670 and Dorothy Royston sculpted by William Stanton 1639-1705 (30). Note whilst both alabaster the effigies appears to have been sourced differently since hers has no mottling.

After 21 Oct 1670 Hugh Smithson 1st Baronet Smithson 1598-1670 was buried in the Church of St John the Baptist, Stanwick, Yorkshire. Monument to Hugh Smithson 1st Baronet Smithson 1598-1670 and Dorothy Royston sculpted by William Stanton 1639-1705 (30). Note whilst both alabaster the effigies appears to have been sourced differently since hers has no mottling.

After 21 Oct 1670 Hugh Smithson 1st Baronet Smithson 1598-1670 was buried in the Church of St John the Baptist, Stanwick, Yorkshire. Monument to Hugh Smithson 1st Baronet Smithson 1598-1670 and Dorothy Royston sculpted by William Stanton 1639-1705 (30). Note whilst both alabaster the effigies appears to have been sourced differently since hers has no mottling.

In 1686 William Stanton 1639-1705 (46) became Master Mason at Belton House, Belton, Grantham, Lincolnshire.

After 16 Jul 1697. Monument to John Brownlow 3rd Baronet Brownlow 1659-1697 (38) in St Peter and St Paul Church, Belton House, Belton, Grantham, Lincolnshire. Sculpted by William Stanton 1639-1705 (57).

After 1699. St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. Monument to Thomas Coventry 1st Earl Coventry 1629-1699. His remains lie in Crome D'Abitot church. The monument was created by his second wife but rejected by his son. She was, apparently, somewhat imaginative in describing her provenance to the point that the second Earl, son of the first Earl's first wife, refused to have the monument erected over his father's remains. High quality monument including a white marble figure of the Earl reclining on a deep chest in front of a lengthy inscription and under an arch crowned with armorial bearings. Large sub-figures flank the chest and the armorial bearings. Signed by William Stanton 1639-1705 (59).

After 1699. St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. Monument to Thomas Coventry 1st Earl Coventry 1629-1699. His remains lie in Crome D'Abitot church. The monument was created by his second wife but rejected by his son. She was, apparently, somewhat imaginative in describing her provenance to the point that the second Earl, son of the first Earl's first wife, refused to have the monument erected over his father's remains. High quality monument including a white marble figure of the Earl reclining on a deep chest in front of a lengthy inscription and under an arch crowned with armorial bearings. Large sub-figures flank the chest and the armorial bearings. Signed by William Stanton 1639-1705 (59).

After 1699. St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. Monument to Thomas Coventry 1st Earl Coventry 1629-1699. His remains lie in Crome D'Abitot church. The monument was created by his second wife but rejected by his son. She was, apparently, somewhat imaginative in describing her provenance to the point that the second Earl, son of the first Earl's first wife, refused to have the monument erected over his father's remains. High quality monument including a white marble figure of the Earl reclining on a deep chest in front of a lengthy inscription and under an arch crowned with armorial bearings. Large sub-figures flank the chest and the armorial bearings. Signed by William Stanton 1639-1705 (59).

After 1699. St Mary the Virgin Church, Elmley, Worcestershire. Monument to Thomas Coventry 1st Earl Coventry 1629-1699. His remains lie in Crome D'Abitot church. The monument was created by his second wife but rejected by his son. She was, apparently, somewhat imaginative in describing her provenance to the point that the second Earl, son of the first Earl's first wife, refused to have the monument erected over his father's remains. High quality monument including a white marble figure of the Earl reclining on a deep chest in front of a lengthy inscription and under an arch crowned with armorial bearings. Large sub-figures flank the chest and the armorial bearings. Signed by William Stanton 1639-1705 (59).

In 1705 William Stanton 1639-1705 (65) died.

From 1701 William Stanton 1639-1705 was working at Stoneyhurst, Clitheroe, Lancashire.

From 1689 William Stanton 1639-1705 was commissioned to work at Denham Place, Denham, Buckinghamshire.

William Stanton 1639-1705