Thomas* (Hamilton Parish) Stone, Jr (son?) match 7c

Male 1699 - 1756  (57 years)


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  • Name Thomas* (Hamilton Parish) Stone, Jr (son?) match 7c 
    Suffix Jr (son?) match 7c 
    Born 1699  Charles Co, Maryland (possibly) Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Aug 1756  Hamilton Parish, Prince William Co, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Will 23 Aug 1756  Prince William Co, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Will lost, but son John who had been named Executor
      of his will, was granted an Administrative Bond by the Prince William County Court on 23 August 1756. Three months later, on 23 November 1756, an inventory and
      appraisement of Thomas Stone?s estate was submitted to the Court.
      Deed and probate records indicate that after Thomas Stone passed away his property was divided up between his three sons; Thomas, William, and John.
      http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jacmac/stone.pdf
    Research Notes 6 Dec 2011 
    children 
    • Circumstances to think John, William, Marble and Thomas are brothers
      who went to Surry County.

      First, it's established that John and William were
      brothers. The other two are speculation to be
      additional brothers, though doubtful
      as to their father, speculation perhaps
      a Thomas Stone.

      Considerations:
      The four are all in Surry County 1771

      William and Marble are there in 1772

      Dicks Connection:
      Littleberry Stone, son of Marble, married a
      Ann Dicks(1765).
      there is a Ann Dicks, b 1700 Dorchester Maryland
      1700, who married James Bounds.
      And there was a Rebecca Dicks (c1704) who
      married Azariah Cooley. Cooley family
      married into the Bounds family. John Stone family
      is shown married into Bounds family in 1850
      White Co, Tennessee census.

      Albermarle, VA Connection:
      John Gordon (1754 Albemarle; d 1839 Stokes NC)
      daughter Elizabeth m Enoch Stone Jr.
      abt 1820 in Surry Co, NC.
      Enoch son of Enoch Sr & Nancy Anthony, granson
      of John Stone and Mary Corder.
      showing a family link from Albermarle.

      Thomas Stone is there in Surry County North Carolina with John William and Marble in 1771. A couple of Marble's children died in Lawrence County, Arkansas; and there was a Thomas Stone there in 1831-1833. The speculation that John and William were children of a Thomas Stone.
      very weak on Thomas, but is in the process of study.

    Notes 
    • In a letter to Charles H. Stone, dated 15 October 1941, Harry Wright Newman (author of Stones of Poynton Manor) wrote:

      Captain Thomas Stone, 1677-1727, was seized of land in King George County, Va. I have record of his leasing it, but not selling it. Captain Stone does not name all the children in his will, leaving David the landed estate in Maryland, but referred to other unnamed children. At that time Thomas Stone, Jr., who received no land in Maryland, could have been well-established in Virginia. There is evidence of 200 acres of land in the name of Thomas Stone, and it is quite possible that Captain Thomas Stone executed a deed of gift in King George County to Thomas, and that was the incentive for Thomas settling in Virginia.

      Newman is apparently referring here to property in King George County that Captain Thomas inherited from his brother John by will dated 27 January 1702. Newman says that Captain Thomas leased 500 acres of this property to William Thornton, Gent., of King George County, but does not indicate the date of the lease. See Stones of Poynton Manor, p. 16

      According to Charles H. Stone, Newman's comment (in his 1941 letter) on relocation of Thomas, Jr., to Virginia is "corroborated in Virginia records," for which Charles H. gives us the following "proof":

      In Tyler's Historical Magazine, Vol. VIII, p. 80, we find: Book 1, p. 54 King George County 1721. Thomas Stone of Maryland, Gent., to Captain William Thornton 200 acres.

      From here, wrote Charles H., we follow this Thomas Stone into Fauquier County, Va. He cites Fauquier during Proprietorship, p. 100:

      Thomas Stone 1724, Sept. 22, 611 acres, corner to Waugh Darnell A 73, whose land was on Indian Cabin Branch, named among settlers of Rappahannock in 1724, which reached Carter's Run.

      Note, however: (1) The Thomas who leased land to William Thornton in 1721 was probably Captain Thomas himself, rather than his son. Thomas Jr. could not have been born much before 1700, his mother having been born after 1684, and in all probability he was born a few years after 1700. In any event, he would have been either too young to have executed the transaction with Thornton or, if of age, still too young to have been styled "Gent."
      (2) The Thomas Stone who was "among the settlers of Rappahannock in 1724 might well have been the father of John and William Stone of Surry, but we have found no evidence that he was the son of Captain Thomas Stone.

      We do have evidence to suggest that he was not the son of Captain Thomas Stone: According to "Warren of Virginia and Maryland," Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 6:200-203 (1898), Thomas Stone, Jr., of Charles County, son of Captain Thomas Stone (i.e., brother of David Stone, who was father of the Signer), had a son, John, born 1748, who married Mary Warren, daughter of Robert Warren of Charles County. This is the John (son of Thomas, Jr., and grandson of Captain Thomas) who, according to Stones of Surry, is supposed to have been born nearly a quarter century earlier and is supposed to have married a Corder.

      Conclusion: The paternity of John and William Stone of Surry is not known.


      http://www.familyhistorypages.com/Stone.htm#ES2
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      Although it is commonly stated that Thomas Stone, Gentleman, of Charles County, Maryland, and his wife, Jane Hoskins, daughter of Col. Philip Hoskins, had a son named Thomas, I am not aware of any documentation that substantiates this. In one probate document relating to the administration of Col. Philip Hoskins' estate, mention was made of his "three other grandchildren, children of Thomas Stone." In Thomas Stone's will, which was dated 25 May 1727, he also mentions or refers to only three children; David, Mary, and Anne (by naming her son, Gerrard Fowke). And, in the will of Thomas Stone's second wife, Katherine (Boughton) Thomas Stone, which was dated 26 October 1750, the same three children are again mentioned or alluded to; David (by naming his son, David, Jr.), and Thomas Stone's two daughters, now married, Mary Hanson, and Anne Fowke. Since Thomas Stone's second wife, Katherine, is not known to have had any children by her first husband, Benoni Thomas, it definitely appears that Thomas Stone of Charles County only had three children, none of which were named Thomas.
      http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jacmac/stone.pdf

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      Group #7-C
      Test results received. Kit #38571.
      Haplogroup: R1b1b2 (suggested).
      Contact: bstone7@roadrunner.com

      *THOMAS STONE, b. abt. 1695-1701; d. Aug. 1756.
      Children:
      *THOMAS STONE, Jr., b. abt. 1721, Prince William Co., VA; d. 1788, Fauquier Co., VA; m. Mary Butler.
      *WILLIAM STONE, b. abt. 1724, Prince William Co., VA; d. 1787/88, Randolph Co., NC; m. Hannah Conway
      *JOHN STONE, b. abt. 1727, Prince William Co., VA; d. 1799/1800, Laurens Co., SC.
      *Mildredge (Milley) Coder (wife of John Stone), b. abt. 1730 Prince William; d. 1821/22 Washington District, SC.
      Children of John & Mildredge:
      *JOHN STONE JR. b. abt 1750, d. abt. 1799 Laurens County, SC.
      *WILLIAM STONE, b. abt. 1753, Prince William Co., VA.
      *REUBEN STONE, b. abt. 1755, Prince William Co., VA; d. abt. Feb. 9, 1849, New Market, AL.
      *RAUGHLEY (ROLLEY) STONE, b. abt. 1765, Fauquier Co., VA; d. abt. 1821, Laurens Co., SC.
      *ELIAS (ELUM) STONE, b. abt. 1767, Fauquier Co., VA; d. abt. 1824, Lauderdale Co., AL.
      *LEWIS STONE, b. abt. 1769, Fauquier Co., VA; d. abt. 1830, Inman, SC.
      *NANSEY STONE, b. abt. 1771, Fauquier Co., VA.

      John Stone owned land in Fauquier Co., VA until 1775. He moved to Laurens Co., SC in 1775.

      The above data is well-documented and sourced through Elk Run Parish records and Fauquier Co., VA deeds as well as other documents. Several books, "The Stones of Surry," "Stones of Poynton Manor" and "Of the Stones" claim that this Thomas Stone of Fauquier Co. is the son of Capt. Thomas Stone of MD, grandson of Gov. William Stone through his son John Stone the elder of MD.

      +++Match+++

      http://www.familytreedna.com/public/stone/default.aspx?section=results

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      Group #7-I
      Test results received. Kit #158318
      Haplogroup: R1b1b2 (suggested).
      Contact: iboyles@bellsouth.net

      *THOMAS STONE, b. 1698/99, d. 1756, Prince William County, VA
      Children:
      *THOMAS STONE, JR., b. 1721/22, Stafford County, VA, d. 1788, Fauquier County, VA, m. Mary Butler
      *WILLIAM STONE, b. 1725, Prince William County, VA, d. 1788/89, Randolph County, NC, m. Hannah Conway, b. 1727, King George County, VA, d. 1792, Randolph County, NC
      *JOHN STONE, b. 1727, Prince William County, VA, d. 1800, Laurens County, SC, m. Mildruge Corder
      Children of William and Hannah:
      *JOHN STONE, b. 1748/49, Prince William County, VA, d. abt 1823, m. Bethsy Curry
      *WILLIAM STONE, JR., b. 1751/52, Prince William County, VA, d. abt. 1820, Surry County, NC
      *EZEKIEL STONE, b. 1756, Prince William County, VA, d. 1855, Marion County, TN, m. Jane Wood
      *ENOCH STONE, b. 1759, Prince William County, VA, d. 1823, Surry County, NC, m. Nancy Anthony
      *CONWAY STONE, b. 1761, Granville County, NC, d. 1834, Monroe County, TN, m. Elizabeth Galaliee
      *HANNAH STONE, b. 1764, Granville County, NC, d. 1834, Jackson County, IL, m. Daniel Barrow

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    Person ID I19057  Roots
    Last Modified 23 Feb 2013 

    Father Thomas Stone, (of Poynton Manor),   b. 1677, Charles Co, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 7 Nov 1727, Nanjemoy, Charles Co, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 50 years) 
    Mother Martha Jane Hoskins,   b. 1 Mar 1681/82, Port Tobacco, Charles Co, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1715  (Age 32 years) 
    Married Abt 1703  Charles Co, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Family ID F7007  Group Sheet

    Family Nancy (?) Bronaugh (?),   b. Abt 1705,   d. Bef 1748  (Age ~ 43 years) 
    Married 1721  Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Children 
    +1. Thomas Stone, match 7H,   b. 1721, Stafford Co, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1788, Fauquier Co (prev Prince William Co), Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 67 years)
    +2. William* (Surry NC) Stone,   b. 1723, Prince William Co (later Fauquier Co), Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1788, Randolph Co, North Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 65 years)
     3. Elizabeth Stone,   b. Abt 1725, Stafford Co, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1743, Prince William Co, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 18 years)
    +4. John (Mildredge, Laurens SC) Stone, (match 7C)(S-FFDNA),   b. Abt 1727, Prince William Co, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 17 Mar 1800, Laurens Co, South Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 73 years)
    Last Modified 29 Jun 2013 
    Family ID F7006  Group Sheet

  • Sources 
    1. [S967] Rootsweb Family Tree - Rosemary Smith Harris, genlady2.
      Date of Import: Jun 14, 2009