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Eucebious Stone

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Eucebious Stone
Born about in Henry, Virginia, USAmap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married about [location unknown]
Died in Henry, Virginia, USAmap
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Biography

This biography is a rough draft. It was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import and needs to be edited.

Reference

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User ID

User ID: 7DA43DBDF46845E792C4AFCE1A8F2D79C508

Data Changed

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Date: 14 Sep 2008
Time: 16:58

Prior to import, this record was last changed 16:58 14 Sep 2008.

Sources

  • WikiTree profile Stone-1692 created through the import of MarilynCardwellGedcomJuly2011.ged on Jul 10, 2011 by Marilyn Cardwell. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Marilyn and others.




Biography

This biography is a rough draft. It was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import and needs to be edited.

Note

Note: #N00187

Sources

  • WikiTree profile Stone-2809 created through the import of mom_2012-08-01.ged on Aug 2, 2012 by John Stroud. See the Changes page for the details of edits by John and others.

Notes

Note N00187Of great importance to the early Stone family was the name Eusebius
which was spelled in hundreds of different ways. The men who had
Eusebius for a first name were usually called by such shortened forms
as Sabe or Seb. The name Eusebius is pronounced correctly by
pronouncing the following four english words in succesion: you, see,
be, us. However it may be spelled in the records, the spelling
Eusebius is correct.
The name Eusebius comes from the great church historian and bishop who
is commonly called Eusebius of Caesarea. He was born in Palestine in
the city of Caesarea about the year A.D. 260 and lived until 339. As a
young man in Caesarea he was taught by Pamphilus who had established a
school of theology and a large library there. In 314 Eusebius was
consecrated Bishop of Caesarea. He was a friend of Constantine who was
the first Roman emperor to become a christian. Eusebius with Emperor
Constantine presided over the Council of Nicaea in the year A.D. 325.
Eusebius is most generally known as the author of THE ECCLESIASTICAL
HISTORY which was a history of Christianity up to his own time.



Biography

This biography is a rough draft. It was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import and needs to be edited.

Note

Note: #N00187

Sources

  • WikiTree profile Stone-2966 created through the import of taylor gedcom.ged on Sep 7, 2012 by John Stroud. See the Changes page for the details of edits by John and others.

Notes

Note N00187Of great importance to the early Stone family was the name Eusebius
which was spelled in hundreds of different ways. The men who had
Eusebius for a first name were usually called by such shortened forms
as Sabe or Seb. The name Eusebius is pronounced correctly by
pronouncing the following four english words in succesion: you, see,
be, us. However it may be spelled in the records, the spelling
Eusebius is correct.
The name Eusebius comes from the great church historian and bishop who
is commonly called Eusebius of Caesarea. He was born in Palestine in
the city of Caesarea about the year A.D. 260 and lived until 339. As a
young man in Caesarea he was taught by Pamphilus who had established a
school of theology and a large library there. In 314 Eusebius was
consecrated Bishop of Caesarea. He was a friend of Constantine who was
the first Roman emperor to become a christian. Eusebius with Emperor
Constantine presided over the Council of Nicaea in the year A.D. 325.
Eusebius is most generally known as the author of THE ECCLESIASTICAL
HISTORY which was a history of Christianity up to his own time.







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