Cheryl (Stone) Caudill

Cheryl (Stone) Caudill

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Cheryl L. Caudill formerly Stone aka Richards
Born 1950s.
Ancestors ancestors
Sister of [private brother (1950s - unknown)] and [private sister (1960s - unknown)]
Descendants descendants
Mother of [private daughter (1980s - unknown)], [private son (1980s - 2000s)] and [private son (1990s - unknown)]
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'"God grant me the serenity to accept the ancestors I cannot find, the courage to find the ones I can, and the wisdom to document thoroughly."'[1]

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by Cheryl Stone Caudill


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Biography

Navy Brat; have lived in KY,VA,NY,CT,SC,NH,CA,HI,FL. Went to 23 different schools because of moving so much, including colleges. Married 3 times, with 3 kids from 2nd marriage. Longest Employment was Lexington, Ky Police Department Central Records.

Note

The information in the profiles of my family tree have been transcribed from many sources; accuracy is as close as I can get derived from the availability of information some of which is only by word of mouth. My thanks to all of those interested in the Stone Family and documenting their information on Public Forums. I have tried not only to get dates and locations of ancestors but also any information on how they lived and during what historical times they lived. To me this makes them more real and personal, after all if it was not for each of them I would not be here today. Unfortunately Many ancient historians do not place much importance to the female role (side) when it comes to genealogy and we lose a lot of valuable family information of the unknown wives and mothers of our ancestry. Even when you do learn their names, an often time they were not the only wife and sometimes makes it difficult to decide which one is the mother to the children of record? I found through searching that one family tree will use one wife as the mother and another family tree will use another wife. I have tried to go by what seems more authentic by comparing to as many sources as possible. Hence it may be noted that the possible name of the mother may be omitted when I cannot find enough evidence to substantiate it. I have not listed all the children to each ancestor, most times only the ones of my direct lineage, since many of my family records are listed as direct linage only. I have tried to add and document as many of the additional family I can come accross.

Please also note that when I find information from family records there is not always a substantiated source that these can be referenced to and they may be some errors in the information. I welcome all new information that can be added to these profiles and any sources shared would be appreciated.

Thank You, Cheryl Stone Caudill


To Do List

  1. see this book - has excerpts from William Buckner McGroarty of the family register of Nicholas Taliaferro that pertain to this John. John Taliaferro



  • [Work in Progress for Stone Tree's:

   By E. A. Stone, D. D. Among the early settlers of Virginia there were several of the name of Stone. The majority of those who came during the first one hundred and fifty years is given here, with some others. In point of time and prominence, there was first ( 1 ) Captain William Stone, (Stone-70) who settled in Accomacke Co., in 1629 or earlier. He brought with him four brothers, Andrew, John, Matthew and Richard. None of these left any children. Later, about 1648, William Stone moved to Maryland and was appointed Governor. Two of the sons of William Stone, viz. Thomas Stone and John Stone left children. The descendants of these are traced through Charles Co., Maryland. Relationship Trail; This trail tells us that William is the ninth great grandfather of Cheryl.

1. Cheryl is the daughter of [private father]

2. [Private] is the son of Charles S. Stone

3. Charles is the son of Emma L. Morton

4. Emma is the daughter of Mary J. Stone

5. Mary is the daughter of Berry Stone

6. Berry is the son of Thomas Stone

7. Thomas is the son of Thomas Stone

8. Thomas is the son of Thomas Stone

9. Thomas is the son of Thomas Stone

10. Thomas is the son of John Stone

11. John is the son of William Stone-70


Another ( 2 ) William Stone immigrated to Va. in 1662-3, and received from Sir Wm. Berkeley a grant of 750 acres in New Kent Co. for transporting 15 persons into the colony. His wife was Mary; their descendants are quite numerous.

There was a ( 3 ) James Stone, merchant of London, who with others, received 8000 acres in Charles City county, granted by Sir John Harvey, and another grant from Sir Wm. Berkeley of 564 acres in York county. The first grant was made in 1636, and the second in 1647. That he removed to Virginia is uncertain.

In York Co. there is on record a will of another ( 4 ) William Stone, dated Nov. 25, 1729, and probated the following February. His wife's name was Sarah. He names four children, and from the records it appears they, in part at least, moved into Lunenburgh Co. Their descendants are quite numerous.

There was a ( 5 ) Theophilus Stone also in York Co. in 1646, but there is very little known of his history later.

In "old" Rappahannock another group of Stones are found. Oct. 20, 1672, ( 6 ) William Stone bought of Giles Cale 200 acres of land. This is the earliest record of him in this country. Later he purchased various other tracts of land, until he owned over one thousand acres. His will is dated 1704. He left a wife Sarah and five living children; one daughter had died earlier. He died about 1710-11 as appears from the court records. The widow lived about twenty years after William Stone's death.

There was living in the same county ( 7 ) Col. John Stone, who was prominent in its affairs from 1672 until about 1691-2. He married Sarah Walker, widow of John Walker, and when he died left only one child, a daughter.

The records show that there was living in the same county a ( 8 ) Francis Stone, wife Elizabeth, who also were prominent from 1685 onward. Francis Stone received a grant of land in 1711 from Lady Fairfax, in Stafford County. Other grants were made later by the same to Francis Stone.

There is one mention made of ( 9 ) David Stone associated with Francis Stone in 1685, but no other record has so far been found of him. It would seem that these four Stones, William, John, Francis and David were possibly related, most probably brothers. There were grants of land as late as 1727, and again in 1739 made to Francis Stone, one in Stafford Co., the other in Prince William Co. It is possible that this later Francis Stone was a son of Francis Stone who received the grants made earlier.

There was a ( 10 ) Humphrey Stone who received in New Norfolk Co. a grant of 200 acres from Sir John Harvey in 1637; there is little else known of him.

There was to a ( 11 ) John Stone a grant of land made in Henrico Co. in 1718 and another in King and Queen Co. in 1725.

( 12 ) Thomas Stone, of Brunswick Co., "imported himself in the year 1740". He was prominent in the affairs and a vestry man in St. Andrews Parish. His will is dated April 16, 1795, and proven ten days later.

His son ( 13 ) Richard Stone received in 1746 a grant of 400 acres from William Gooch.

There is a record of the marriage of ( 14 ) John Stone and Nancy O'Bissell dated Nov. 10, 1687, in Middlesex Parish.

( 15 ) Eusebius Stone, of Caroline County, received from William Gooch, 400 acres in Orange County in 1735.

( 16 ) Jeremiah Stone was transported into James City county Aug. 11, 1637.

There was a ( 17 ) John Stone (who) came to Virginia as early as 1621 and of George Sandys 100 acres in Archers Hope.

There was a ( 18 ) Thomas Stone in Westmoreland Co., Va., made a will in 1718, in which he annuls all previous wills. This will was probated in a short time. In it no mention or reference to a wife or children, no heirs designated.

There was however another ( 19 ) Thomas Stone whose wife was Jemima Sturman, whose name appears in records from and after 1724. This Thomas Stone separated from his wife, and their son

( 20 ) Joseph Stone was given to the guardianship of his uncle William Sturman. The probability is that this second Thomas Stone was the son of the Thomas whose will was made in 1718, and a comparison of the records makes it probable that he came to America in 1676, with his brother William, who settled in St. Mary's Co., Md., while Thomas came over to Westmoreland Co., Va. Everything in the records show that the two family lines were related. There were, about 1740 to 1750, several of Gov. William Stone's descendants who left Charles Co., Md., and emigrated to Stafford Co., Va.; most of them settling in that portion of the county which later became Prince William Co. They were ( 21 ) Barton Stone, ( 22 ) Samuel Stone, Thomas Stone, ( 24 ) William Stone, and ( 25 ) Benjamin Stone, all related closely and all descendants of the Provincial Governor. Some of the descendants still live in that region.

Other Stone families found their origin in the counties farther north, some of them, if not all, being of German descent, whose names were Anglicized after coming to America. There are probably others, but this list shows the complications which necessarily arise in tracing out the various families and their descendants.     Joshua Stone, and the Search for Wilmoth Bryan's Ancestry Joshua Stone was a Captain in the Southern Continental Army (1780), Justice of the Peace for Pittsylvania County, VA in 1783, as well as Sheriff for the same county in 1796. Many genealogies show his wife's surname as Bryant, yet the only two records found by this author show the surname as Bryan. Her ancestry remains a mystery, although the following record strongly indicates a probable connection with Fauntleroy Bryan, mentioned alongside Joshua Stone, below. The author has so far been unable to find any further information about this individual, but there are other earlier Bryan families in this same area, so further research will be necessary.

Another possible clue may be found from the fact that Fauntleroy Moore is shown in Cavaliers and Pioneers with a land grant in Farnham Parish, Richmond County, for transporting, among others, one Henry Bryan.  From Virginia County Court Records, Account Book Abstracts of Richmond County, Virginia, 1724-1752 Account Book No. 1, Part 1, edited and published by Ruth and Sam Sparacio, McLean, VA  Richmond SS Inquisition for our Lord the King Taken at WILLIAM LYELLs in the Parish of Farnham & County aforesd The tenth day of March 1749 Before THOMAS BARBER Gt one of his Majesties Justices of the peace of said County and by the Oaths of JOHN GLASCOCK; JAMES FORRESTER; JOHN HAMMON; FAUNTLEROY BRYAN ; JOSHUA STONE ; PETER GOAD; CHARLES HINDS; WILLIAM BAKER; JAMES HINDS; RICHD TAYLOR JESPER; SAMFORD JONES & THOMAS TOONE, good and lawful men of the same Parish and County who being charged & sworn upon their oaths do say, that JAMES McINDREE of the Parish & County aforesd was Lawfully and Peaceably seized in his Demesne as of fee of and in one Messuage with the appurtenances in the Parish &County aforsd and so being thereof peaceably possessed on the 4th day of January 1749 last past WILLIAM LYELL of the Parish & County aforesd. and other malefactors to the Jurors aforesaid unknown with force & arms, towit, Clubs, swords and Pistols into the Messuage and appurtenances aforesaid Enterd and him the sd McIndree with force Disseised & thence expell'd & such disseisin &Expulsion of the said Lyell from the said fourth day of January untill the day of Taking this Inquistion with force held and as yet holds to the great Disturbance of the Things of peace and Contrary to the form of the Statute in that case made & provided In Witness whereof the said Jurors to this Inquisition have Severally put their hands & seales the day year & place first above mentioned. JOHN GLASCOCK, JAMES IESIER, JOHN HAMMOND, FAUNTLEROY BRYAN, JOSHUA STONE, PETER GOAD, WILLIAM BAKER, JAMES HINDS, SAMFORD JONES, RICHD. TAYLOR JESPER, THOMAS TOONE, CHARLES HINDS.   ]

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Cheryl is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
ABERNATHY
Susannah Abernathy 1750-1804 is my 6th G Grandmother and trying to find her parents, only know that a Blackstone Abernathy witnessed her will, she married Frances Radford Epperson
EADS
Last name of maternal grandfalher.
ELLWANGER
Grandmothers maiden name.
FITZPATRICK
Maiden name of my Great Grandmother Mary Alice Fitzpatrick Perkins
IVY
I am looking for the ancestors of William Ivy born about 1831 and moved from Tennessee to Kentucky.
KENTUCKY
Project Coordinator and want follow up on anything to do with Kentucky
MCINTYRE
My Great Grandmothers maiden name
MORTON
Great Grandmothers maiden name.
PRE-1500
for working with older profiles and monitoring Ranger list
STONE
Come and join the Stone Name Study and lets share resources for the Stone Family
WATKINS
following tag
WINBORNE
Direct descendant
WITCH-TRIALS
My 9th Great Grandmother Elizabeth Hutchinson Hart at the age of 72 was arrested for Witch Craft in May 1692 - Released from Prison by petition of her son William Hart Dec. 1692 and is well documented in the history books.


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On 18 Aug 2018 at 15:38 GMT Paula J wrote:

Hi cousin,

Thanks for the kind note to Eric!! It’s good to hear have him defending the tree again!!

On 2 Jul 2018 at 05:01 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:

Hi again! The only profile in the District of Kentucky category was Kester-478, and he was born 1791... text says in District of Kentucky (Nelson County). The Nelson County, Virginia that became Nelson County, Kentucky in 1791/2 was formed 1784/5 from Jefferson County, Virginia. It does not have a category. Let me know if you think it should.

Cheers, Liz

On 2 Jul 2018 at 03:46 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:

Hi! I was working on the Kentucky County category for the Virginia project. There's also a "District of Kentucky" category. It's not appropriate for Virginia, but looking at the timeline on Project:Kentucky, I was wondering if it would be appropriate for the Kentucky project?

See District of Kentucky.

Cheers, Liz

On 2 May 2018 at 05:11 GMT Debra Hudnall wrote:

Thank you for the information about including sources. I have sources for only about 18,000 people in my well researched tree, The other 6500 are a bit more difficult to find accurate records for. I do make an effort to upload sources. But, since I have deformed hands, I am very slow and I have to take breaks.

On 2 May 2018 at 02:48 GMT Jennifer Farrar wrote:

Thank you for the info on the Safety. I do have that info, The Complete book of Migrants 1607-1660, in fact there were 24 Saunders/Sanders that migrated to America before 1660.

Alas, we are unable to trace any particular line back to any particular individual

On 23 Mar 2018 at 00:45 GMT Anonymous Wasson wrote:

Yes, the source is listed right on the profile, and I'm not a member. I don't pay to view that source. It was written by a descendant, her close family member.

On 11 Feb 2018 at 16:02 GMT Anonymous (Holland) Carroll wrote:

Margaret Greville-52 is a source ...

[Col.] Godfrey Bosvile, Esq., baptized at Sprotbrough, Yorkshire 12 April 1596, married at Waltham Holy Cross , Essex 2 Dec. 1613 Margaret Greville, daughter of Edward Greville, Knt., by Elizabeth, daughter of John Grey, Knt. They had one son William, Esq., and two daughters, Elizabeth and Mary (wife George James Sedascue). He was Justice of the Peace, a member of the Long Parliament for Warwick, Colonel of a Regiment of Foot in the Parliament Army, and treasurer for lame soldiers in the West Riding. [Col.] Godfrey Bosville, Esq., died in 1658.

Elizabeth Bosvile, [Col.] Godfrey Bosvile's sister, and her husband Roger Harlakenden immigrated to New England in 1635 in ship Defence.

Thank you!

On 8 Feb 2018 at 01:29 GMT Lynette Jester wrote:

Ralph De Nevil is I THINK... been a long time since I thought of this, but I think is in my Johnston line, according to Tompsett's Genealogy and Johnston of Caroline County. And that includes the Horsemandens and St.Legers. Warhams, Byrds...

On 7 Feb 2018 at 01:23 GMT Lynette Jester wrote:

I think that Golden family made at least one stop in KY. Mostly my x hubby's family and ranged from MO, AR, IL KY.

Oh Try upside down cake in a cast!!

On 7 Feb 2018 at 01:10 GMT Lynette Jester wrote:

If my memory serves me, There is a Golden family in Clark or hempstead Co AR in 1870, I think Mrs Drucilla Golden was a Stone. Two of her daughters m. Jester brothers, sons of my 2nd ggf's brother.

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