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John Stoney (abt. 1748 - 1821)

Capt. John "Captain Jack" Stoney
Born about in Knockshegowna, Tipperary, Irelandmap
Son of and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married 1770 in Charleston, Charleston Co. SCmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Hilton Head Island, South Carolinamap
Profile last modified | Created 18 Mar 2014
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John Stoney resided in the Southern Colonies in North America before 1776.
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Biography

John built a Mansion on What is now Hilton Head Island.[1] This article list his wife's first name as Elizabeth and that they arrived at Hilton Head in 1774. Her last name is given as Caulfield here.[2]

He was a privateer based on Hilton Head Island during the revolution. fought for the American side.

"A Masonic Lodge was organized and a building erected between the public road and Broad Creek on the northern edge of Leamington Plantation. Captain John Stoney was Master of the Lodge for many years until his accidental death in 1821."[2]

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Hint [3] John Stoney, 1780-1838 (son) and his descendants.
Grandparents - [4]

John was born about 1749. He passed away in 1821.

Sources

  1. The Stoneys, the Baynards, and Their Mansion, by Lyman Wooster, The Heritage Library Foundation, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.[1]
  2. Peeples, An Index to Hilton Head Island Names (Before the Contemporary Development), p. 26. Heritage Library

See Also:

  • Hugh Hawkins Donnan.[5]
  • Chronology of Hilton Head Island, A summary of memorable dates and events from 1520 to 1983 of the Common Era, by the Rev. Dr. Robert E. H. Peeples, The Heritage Library Foundation, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.[6] - this link broken bu a current search returned the search page for John Stoney information on the site
  • In Memoriam (HM5EN), Location: Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 Beaufort County, Captain John Stoney, James Stoney, John Safford Stoney. [7]
  • Personal records


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Stoney-172 and Stoney-26 appear to represent the same person because: Both married to Elizabeth Caulfield.
posted by Linda (Groom) Prole

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