Urusla married David Stone on August 23, 1584 in Great Bromley, Essex County, England. Her parentage and maiden name is unknown at this time, though some researchers show the maiden name 'Rogers'.
Ursula and David were the parents of: Simon, Ursula, Mary, Gregory, Elizabeth and Samuel.
Thanks to Ellen Blackwell for starting this profile. Katharine Nusbaum, firsthand knowledge. Created on 13 September 2010 through the import of 124-DeCoursey.ged. Created through the import of Geer.ged on 25 September 2010. Created through the import of HOAGUE.GED on 22 May 2011. Created through the import of Weaver.ged on 03 January 2011. Wilfred Vasile, firsthand knowledge. Entered by Wilfred Vasile, Jun 9, 2012. The events of Ursula's life were either witnessed by Ellen Blackwell or Ellen plans to add sources here later. UNKNOWN-135343 created through the import of Winn.ged on Dec 20, 2011 by Elizabeth S.
- UNKNOWN-74701 created through the import of Brian Family Tree Up Dad's side.ged on Jun 1, 2011 by Brian Rogers.
Ursula was born about 1560. Ursula Unknown ... She passed away in 1592. 
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No known carriers of Ursula's mitochondrial DNA have taken an mtDNA test.
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