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I was able to locate this photo of the 50th anniversary of my great, great grandparents, of which I had previously posted about here.

Front Row, L-R:  Peggy Jean Stone, Paul Grainger, Ethel Stone, Doris Grainger, Joseph Grainger, James E. Stone.

Second Row:  Ada Stone, Frank Stone, Bobby Williamson, Ben Stone, Mrs. E.T. Stone, E.T. Stone, Thurza Grainger (holding Winnie Grainger), Walter C. Stone Sr., Edwin E. Stone.

Top Row:  Kenneth Stone, Margaret Stone, Jerry Williamson, Duane Stone, Thyra Stone, Walter C. Stone, Jr., Florence Howard, Werden Stone, Rose Stone, Alberta Stone, Harry Granger, Dorothy Stone.

Before Samuel Stone…?

Beyond Samuel Stone, our family doesn’t have a record or any documentation of the Stone ancestoral line, but via some of my internet reseach, I did come across a posted lineage that may be the missing piece of that puzzle.  On the Hamilton County New York Genweb site (part of the USGenWeb Project), and in the ’Biographies’ section, Marcia Buffett uploaded the fruits of her research on a particular branch of the Stone family she has been researching.  My ancestors, Samuel Stone and Abigail Corey are mentioned in her listing, seen below: 

One Line of Descent of Daniel Stone of Salem, MA

Generation No. 1

     1.  DANIEL STONE (HUGH) was born April 28, 1677 in Andover, Mass, and died November 16, 1720 in Salem, Mass.

     2.  He married SARAH WALLIS July 18, 1699 in Salem, Mass., daughter of JOHN WALLIS and BRIDGET SHEPARD.

Child of DANIEL STONE and SARAH WALLIS is:

     i.     DANIEL STONE, b. November 10, 1700, Salem, Mass.

Generation No. 2

     3.  DANIEL STONE (DANIEL1, HUGHA) was born November 10, 1700 in Salem, Mass.  He married

     4.  MARY WOOD January 11, 1725 in Hopkins, Mass, daughter of JOHN WOOD and ELIZABETH BUCKMINSTER.

Notes for DANIEL STONE:

Property in Hopkinton, deeds of Essex Co. 39, 23

Birth:  Salem Vital Statistic Records

Children of DANIEL STONE and MARY WOOD are:

     i.  MARTHA STONE, b. November 12, 1726, Hopkinton, Mass; m. SAMUEL BOWKER, October 5, 1749, Hopkins, Mass.

     ii.  JOSIAH STONE, b. July 29, 1730, Hopkinton, Mass; d. abt. 1790, Colrain, Mass.

     iii.  DANIEL STONE, b. December 6, 1732, Hopkinton, Mass, d. 1759; m. HANNA (STONE).

     iv.  BENJAMIN STONE, b. November 14, 1742, Westborough, Mass.

     v.  SARAH STONE, b. June 11, 1745, Hopkinton, Mass.

     vi.  SAMUEL STONE, b. June 13, 1751, Hopkinton, Mass; m. PRUDENCE BASSETT, abt. 1777.

     vii.  BENJAMIN STONE, b July 9, 1738, Westborough, Mass; d. November 1 1741, Westborough, Mass.

Generation No. 3

     3.  JOSIAH STONE (DANIEL2, DANIEL1, HUGHA) was born July 29, 1730 in Hopkinton, Mass., and died abt. 1790 in Colrain, Mass.

     4.  He married MARY SANFORD March 12, 1760 in Mass, daughter of JOHN SANDORD and HULDAH WHEELOCK.

Notes for JOSIAH STONE:

Rev. War soldier 5th Hamps., Co.  Was in the Five Days Rebellion, 1787.

Children of JOSIAH STONE and MARY SANFORD are:

     i.  ANNA STONE, b July 19, 1761, Oakham, Mass

     ii.  BENJAMIN STONE, b April 10, 1763, Oakham, Mass; d. July 5, 1839, Ballina Cazenovia, Madison Co, NY; m. HANNA MCHANESS, January 22, 1783, Colrain, Mass.

     iii.  MARTHA STONE, b. March 5, 1767, Oakham, Mass; d. February 3, 1853, Heath, Mass; m. ISSAC CHAPIN, May 10, 1804, Heath, Mass.

     iv.  ELI STONE, b. 1770, Oakham, Mass.; d. May 15, 1857, Northampton, Fulton Co, NY.

     v.  JOSEPH STONE, b. July 13, 1772, Colrain, Mass; d. August 19, 1841, Luzerne Warren Co, NY

     vi.  SARAH STONE, b. June 13, 1775, Colrain, Mass.

     vii.  HULDAH STONE, b. September, 1778, Colrain, Mass.

Generation No. 4

     5.  ELI STONE (JOSIAH3, DANIEL2, DANIEL1, HUGHA) was born 1770 in Oakham, Mass, and died May 15, 1857 in Northampton, Fulton Co, NY.

     6.  He married DEBORAH CAMPBELL 1789. ELI is buried in Main St. Cemetery, Northville, NY.

Notes for ELI STONE:

He was in Shay’s Insurrection

Children of ELI STONE and DEBORAH CAMPBELL are:

     i.  CYRUS STONE, b. abt 1793, Colraine, Mass; d. abt. 1880.

     ii.  SAMUEL STONE, b. August 7, 1801; m. ABIGAIL COREY.

     iii.  POLLY STONE, b. 1805, Northampton, Fulton Co, NY; d. July 11, 1887, Northampton, Hamilton Co, NY.

 

Information submitted by:  Marica Buffett

Copyright © 2000:  Marcia Buffett

So if this is indeed part of my lineage too, it can bee seen where Eli Thompson Stone gets his first name from (his grandfather).  It would also show that at some point, Samuel Stone’s father, Eli, moved to Northampton, NY from Oakham, Mass., with the remaining ancestors all from Massachusettes.  Samuel Stone may have been born in Mass. or NY–or somewhere else but he did end up in NY.

 

 

Samuel Stone 1801-?

 

I have little information on  Anthony Corey Stone’s father, Samuel Stone.  Samuel Stone was born on August 7, 1801. I have no death date at this point.  Samuel married Abigail Corey (June 7, 1800 – June 30, 1880), on May 19, 1822.  I think Samuel Stone was born and spent his life in the state of New York, most likely in the towns of Northampton and Augusta, but I don’t have solid documentation of this. 

Samuel and Abigail had nine children.  Doris Kistler sent me a list of the children and various dates that was in a diary kept by Julia Aurelia Thompson (who married Anthony Corey Stone).  The children are as follows:

William Stone:  b. 14 MAY 1823; d. 28 MAR 1825; Married: Hepsibah Sweat.

John W. Stone:  b. 6 MAR 1825; d. ?; Married:  Betsy Palmer.

Joseph Stone:  b. 3 SEP 1827; d. 27 MAR 1865; Married:  Amelia Fellows.

Warner C. Stone:  b. 1 JUL 1830; d. ?; Married:  Susan Allen.

Anthony Corey Stone:  b. 1 JUN 1832; d. 13 DEC 1914; Married:  Julia Aurelia Thompson.

Sarah A. Stone:  b. 22 JUN 1834; d. ?; Married:  Hawley T. Peck, 31 OCT 1854.

Bradley Stone:  b. 12 JUN 1836; d. ?; Married:  Susanna Bobather.

Charles Laton Stone:  b. 8 APR 1839; d. 30 DEC 1863.

Frances G. Stone:  b. 1 OCT 1841; d. ?; Married George C. Baker.

Doris also mentioned that Anthony Corey and his sister, Sarah, were both wed on the same day and stood up for each other, but not in the same church. 

 

The information below was found on the census record on the LDS Family History Search website:

Anthony STONE                                                                                                                         

Male
________________________________________
Other Information:
Birth Year          <1833>
Birthplace         NY
Age      47
Occupation       Keeps Tin Store
Marital Status    M
Race     W
Head of Household       Julia STONE

Relation            Husband
Father’s Birthplace         NY
Mother’s Birthplace        NY
________________________________________
Julia STONE
Female
________________________________________
Other Information:
Birth Year          <1835>
Birthplace         NY
Age      45
Occupation       Keeping House
Marital Status    M
Race     W
Head of Household       Julia STONE
Relation            Self
Father’s Birthplace         NY
Mother’s Birthplace        NY
Note     HEAD
________________________________________
Source Information:
Census Place    8th Ward, Syracuse, Onondaga, New York
Family History Library Film   1254908

NA Film Number   T9-0908
Page Number    534B

 

The 1880 census also records that Anthony and Julia’s two youngest children, Samuel W. and Frances, are living with the oldest son, Eli T. Here the census record denotes that Julia is the head of the household.  Anthony’s occupation is keeper of a tin store.  Again, I don’t know why the children aren’t living with their parents.  With Grandmother Julia listed as the household head, one could speculate that the couple weren’t able to care for their youngest, but I have no information as to the reason.

 

(Photo:  Anthony Corey STONE and Julia Aurelia STONE (THOMPSON))

Going back another generation with the STONE family, Eli Thompson STONE’s father was Anthony Corey STONE.  I have very little information about my gr-gr-gr-gr grandfather Anthony.  On the back of the only other photo I have of him, written in script, it says, “He liked to play the horses.”

Anthony Corey Stone was born June 1, 1832 in Benson, Hamilton County, NY.  He    married Julia Aurelia Thompson on October 31, 1854 in Augusta, Oneida County, NY.  Anthony died December 13, 1914 in Syracuse, NY.  He and Julia had three children:  Eli Thompson, Florence, and Samuel Werden.

This last year I was able to obtain two obituary notices via a query on Ancestory.com’s Onondaga BB.  Thomas Roux does look-ups on that board and found these for me (thank you, Tom!):

From the Syracuse Post Standard, Monday December 14, 1914, pg. 10, col. 6:

“A. Corey Stone, 82, died at 2:30 o’clock yesterday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Florence C. Howard, No. 1315 East Fayette Street.  He had been ill since September of heart trouble.  Mr. Stone came here from Benson, Hamilton county, 47 ago and had lived in the same house 31 years.  Funeral arrangements have not been completed.”

From the Syracuse Post Standard, Tuesday, December 15, 1914, pg. 7, col.1:

Hold Funeral Today

Services for the Late A.C. Stone to Be Held at 4 O’Clock

The funeral of A. Corey Stone, 82, who died Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Florence C. Howard, No. 1415 East Fayette street, will be held there at 4 o’clock this afternoon.  Rev. Dr. W.W. Dawley will officiate, and F.J. & A.E. Snyder, undertakers, will send the body to Deansboro for burial tomorrow.

Mr. Stone had lived in Syracuse 47 years and at one time was proprietor of the Kingsley House, where the Vinney Building now stands.  At another time he conducted the Fayette Hotel, on the site of the Hendricks Block.  Later he was a traveling salesman for many years for H.A. Moyer.  He was well known as a horseman and went to many of the Grand Circuit races throughout the country.

Besides his daughter, he leaves two sons, Eli T. Stone of De Soto, Missouri, and S. Werden Stone of Flint, Michigan; one brother, Bradley Stone of Marion, Michigan; and two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Peck of Walesville and Mrs. George Baker of Grand Rapids, Michigan.”

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