Born 1760 in Albemarle County, VA
Married Elizabeth Miller in 1792 Bourbon County, Kentcuky, USA
Died 1848 in Estill County, Kentucky, USA
Notes for THOMAS STONE, JR.: Thomas was a member of the Kentucky Militia and served with the 78th Regiment.
He was a farmer and lived in Woodford County, Kentucky in 1800.
In 1808 Farmed in Clark Co., KY Joseph Duncan-Estate Appraised-Will Bk. G, p. 7- December 2, 1821 Appraisers: Andrew Barton, Wm. Hutchison, Wm. Barton. Extrix., Elizabeth Duncan.
Order Bk. G. contained another mention of this man but this book destroyed. In Inventory notes on and monies received from the following were listed, viz: Jno. Gregg, Jos. Kendall, Edward Waller, Elijah Current, Abraham Spears, Jos. Cummins, Thos. Current, Robt. Trabue, Thos. STONE, Walker Baylor, Jas. Edwards, Nathl. Parish, George Ruddell, Soloman Spears, Wm. Barton.
SourcesEstill County Historical and Genealogical Society
- Title: Blackwell, Ollie Stone, Estill County Historical and Genealogical Society Newsletter, "History of Stone and Finnell Family"
- Note: This history is transcribed from a presentation by Ollie Blackwell at the Stone Family Reunion on Sept 25, 1983 in Clark County, KY at the Boone's Creek Baptist Camp.
- ↑ Entered by Cheryl Caudill.
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