These two (my 9th ggrandparents) are the last two in this line that I can be certain of. The line does go back further, but I got the data from Ancestry before my subscription expired and now needs further research:
James STANTON b 8 Mar 1599 Redgate Chapel, Cornwall
m 1629 Redgate Chapel, Cornwall to Margaret HEARD (1600-1670)
with parents of James STANTAN and Joan (and would make them my 11th ggrandparents).
Going back to my confirmed 9th great-grandparents, James and Philip - well, I presume that does not mean that a man married a man back in 1659! more that the name Philip was a contraction of the name Philippa...
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