When Rachel Stanbrough was born about 1775, in Clinton, Ohio, United States, her father, Nehemiah Stanbrough, was 40 and her mother, Mary Minthorne, was 40. She married Mordecai Ellis Jr on 7 April 1824.
from the Middle English female personal name Stanburgh, representing an unrecorded Old English Stānburg, from stān ‘stone’ + burg ‘fortress’.
occasionally a habitational name from one or more places so named, including Stanborough in Bishops Hatfield (Hertfordshire), and perhaps also Stanborough in Halwell (Devon) and Stanbro in Elmstone Hardwicke (Gloucestershire). The Hertfordshire and Devon placenames derive from Old English stān ‘stone, rock’ + beorg ‘hill, mound’, while the Gloucestershire placename derives from Old English stān + burg ‘fortress’.