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FamilySearch.org profile: Eucebious Stone Sr.; free-use site, login may be required; date accessed: 17 Jan 2017
The profile for Stone-1692 was created by Cardwell-95 through the import of MarilynCardwellGedcomJuly2011.ged on 10 Jul 2011.
The profile for Stone-2164 was created by Cash-243 through the import of Cash Family Tree.ged on 8 Oct 2011.
The profiles for Stone-2809 and Stone-2966 were created by Stroud-316 through the import of mom_2012-08-01.ged and taylor gedcom.ged on 2 Aug 2012 and 7 Sep 2012, respectively.
Old Notes from GEDCOM
NoteN00187Of 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.
possible birth location: Lunenburg, Virginia
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Eusebius by comparing test results with other
carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Eusebius: