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All Saints Chapel, St. Peter's Parish:

 (Source: The Standiford Family by Grace N. Paris, 1952. She cites as her reference: Oliver, Vere L.; Monumental Inscriptions in the Churches and Churchyards of the Islands of Barbados; published in London, 1915 by Hughes and Clark; p. 152-153 *Contributed by Herman R. Standiford).

 In the cemetery of All Saints Chapel, St. Peter's Parish, Barbados, we find the following inscriptions: "Here lyeth interred ye body of the Honble William Sandiford Esq. one of ye Judges of this Island, born in Bristoll dyed ye 30th of Decm. 1668, age 80 years.  Also Capt. Henry Sandiford, his son, age 33 years, dyed ye 7th of September 1685.  Also Elizabeth Standiford, his widow, age 82 years, dyed ye 29 of March 1701".

  "Here lyeth interred ye body of Mrs. Elizabeth Forster who departed this life ye 18th day of January 1717 in the 62 year of her age.  She was twice married; her first husband was Coll. William Standiford, Esq. and her last, Captain Jno. Forster, Esq."

"Major Nathaniel Kingsland of Barbados, planter, leased his plantation in Suriname in 1664 for five years to his nephew, William Standiford.  Col. Standiford banished in 1662 from Surinam and in 1668 from Barbados by Lord Willoughby, removed in 1670 to Carolina".

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