|Timothy Robbins Stanley|
|Born||May 14, 1810|
Hartford County, Connecticut
|Died|| July 6, 1874 64) (aged|
|Place of burial||Chattanooga National Cemetery|
|Years of service||1861–65|
|Commands held||18th Ohio Infantry|
Represented Lawrence County in the Ohio Legislature 1846
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