Dorothy married Dr. Thomas LORD about 1610. (Dr. Thomas LORD was born in 1585 in England and died in Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.)
Savage, James, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Before 1692 (Online version, Nov 2000). Surety: 4. THOMAS, Hartford, came in the Elizabeth and Ann, 1635, from London, aged 50, with w. Dorothy, 46; and ch. Thomas, 16; Ann, 14; William, 12; John, 10; Robert, 9; Amie, 6; and Dorothy, 4; call. at the London custom-ho. a smith; but that may have been a godly deception. His eldest s. Richard, had been sent over three yrs. bef. and Thomas stopped at Boston, or Cambridge a yr. or more, but was an orig. propr. and among first sett. at H. Date of his a. is not ascert. but it was a. 1667. His wid. Dorothy, wh. a. 2 Aug. 1676, made her will 8 Feb. 1670, in wh. she names ch. of her dec. s. Thomas; a. Ann, w. of Thomas Stanton; William; John; Robert; Amie, w. of John Gilbert; gr.s. Richard, bef. ment.; and gr.ch. Hannah; Dorothy; and Margaret, ch. of d. Dorothy, w. of John Ingersoll. THOMAS, Wethersfield, s. of the preced. b. in Eng. was a physician and surg. for whose serv. the Gen. Ct. made liberal contr. in 1652, as in Trumbull, Col; Rec. 1. 234, appears, correct. stat. by Hinman, 47; but he mistakes in call. him the earliest on the rec. He was also employ. as sch.master; by w. Mary had Hannah, b. 1656; Mary, 1659; and prob. Sarah; beside Dorothy, the first b. 17 Aug. 1653. He d. a. 1661, and his wid. m. an Olmstead.
2 A record, genealogical, biographical, statistical, of Thomas Stanton of Connecticut, and His Descendants, 1635-1891, p. 11-12. Surety: 4. The next seventeen months of Mr. Stanton's life were eventful ones, for in them occured his marriage and settlement in Hartford, Conn. In June, 1636, Rev. Thomas Hooker and 100 other persons came from Newtown (Cambridge), Mass., and founded Hartford, Conn. In February, 1639, there were 127 property-holders in Hartford, and among them were Dr. Thomas Lord and his son-in-law, Thomas Stanton. It is not known whether Dr. Lord came to Hartford with Hooker or at a later date. The time of Mr. Stanton's arrival and marriage is not known, but we do know that his wife was Ann, eldest daughter and third child of Dr. Thomas and Dorothy Lord.