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  1. Biography. Stafford was the second son of Sir Humphrey Stafford (died 22 September 1545) of Cottered and Rushden, Hertfordshire, [2] by his first wife, Margaret Fogge, daughter of Sir John Fogge of Ashford, Kent. [3] His family was distantly related to the mighty Stafford family, the Dukes of Buckingham and the Earls of Wiltshire ...

    • c. 1508
    • Margaret Fogge
    • Sir Humphrey Stafford
    • 5 May 1556 (aged 47-48), Geneva, Switzerland
  2. 9 de mar. de 2017 · Photo courtesy William Stafford Archives. I t’s been 15 years since I met with some of William Stafford’s family members, including his wife Dorothy, son Kim, and daughter Barbara. It was a transcendent afternoon for me. William Stafford’s poems had added so much to my life, and I had recently done my critical thesis for my MFA ...

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  3. Background Stafford was born in Hutchinson, Kansas, the oldest of three children in a highly literate family. During the Depression, his family moved from town to town in an effort to find work for his father.

    • American
    • Dorothy Hope Frantz
    • Poet
    • Kim Stafford, Kit Stafford, Barbara Stafford
  4. William Stafford-Howard, 2nd Earl of Stafford, de jure 3rd Baron Stafford (c. 1690–1734). Married his first cousin Anne, daughter of Anastasia Stafford and George Holman. They had 4 children, William-Matthias, Mary (married French Count de Chabot), Anastasia and Anne.

  5. William Stafford (British soldier) (1854–1952), played in 1875 FA Cup Final and 1873–74 Home Nations rugby union match. William Stafford (died 1450) of Southwick, Wiltshire. William Stafford (author) (1593–1684), British author. William Stafford (poet) (1914–1993), American poet. William Henry Stafford Jr. (born 1931), United States ...

  6. 13 de jan. de 2024 · Table of Contents Category: Arts & Culture In full: William Edgar Stafford Born: January 17, 1914, Hutchinson, Kansas, U.S. Died: August 28, 1993, Lake Oswego, Oregon (aged 79) Title / Office: poet laureate (1970-1971) Awards And Honors: National Book Award Notable Works: “Down in My Heart” “Traveling Through the Dark” See all related content →