The earliest mention of him on record is as follows; is name is on the list of the homage at the Court held for Henry VII (1491-1492). Simon Stone sent his excuse for nonattendance through William Moyes. Simon Stone held the estate of the Monor of Bovills in Ardleigh called “Walles” an estate in the adjoining parish of Great Bromley [Anglo-Saxon meaning for Brom (the plant) and leigh (pasture) ] called “Goodness” where he settled and resided. For five generations, nearly 150 years the Ancestors of the Stone’s from America lived in Great Bromley. The features of the land consisted of hedges that bound the fields and roadbeds with plastered walled thatched roof farmhouses. Simon Stone lived during the reign of Henry VI (1422-1461), Edward IV (1461-1483), Edward V (1483), Richard III (1483-1485), Henry VII (1485-1509) ( the accession of Henry VII took place after the battle of Bosworth Field). Simon Stones will is in the Stowe Collection in the Manuscript Department of the British Museum in London. He had a son David “Davy” Stone.
Simon Atte Stone married Elizabeth. Simon Atte Stone was born in 1450 at Much Bromley, Essex, England. He left a will on 12 May 1506 at of Much Bromley, Essex, England. His estate was probated on 10 February 1511.
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