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Published by Gateway Press, book orders to E. P. Stone in Baltimore, MD, Cortland, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stone family.

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    Statementby Edward Perry Stone, Sr.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.S88 1980
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 178 p., [3] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages178
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4120849M
    LC Control Number80066366

    Jehiel Stone, (William, William, William) was born 11 November , second son of William and Sarah (Hatch) first married Sarah _____, who died 8 November His second marriage was on 10 June to Ruth was the daughter of Daniel White of Middletown and Susanna Mould of New was born 28 September and died. Guilford, in New Haven County, is located in southern Connecticut on the Long Island Sound. Originally called Menunkatucket, the Quinnipiac sold it, along with land stretching from present day Niantic to Branford, to Puritans led by Henry Whitfield. It was settled in , renamed Guilford, and admitted to New Haven Colony in One of the few shore towns to escape British attack in the. The family of John Stone, one of the first settlers of Guilford, Conn. eBook: Stone, William Leete: : Kindle Store. Descendants of William Leete. 24 likes. This page is for the descendants of William Leete ( - ), who arrived in Connecticut in He became governor of Connecticut in


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Y.: J. Munsell's Sons Collection bostonpubliclibrary. William's second wife was Mary according to The family of William Stone, one of the first settlers of The family of William Stone, Connecticut, She outlived him. Hannah (Kirby) Rollo seems to have married The family of William Stone different William.

Torrey does show a marriage between a William Stone and Hannah Kirby Andrews Rollo, saying it possibly occurred by (?). The first settlers Connecticut Guilford, Connecticut came to America as passengers on the Saint John.

The company of settlers on the Saint John was led by the Reverend Henry Whitfield, who had been the rector of St. Margaret's at Ockley in Surrey since Descendant: Jehiel Stone (WilliamWilliamWilliam ), married Ruth White SOURCE: Family of William Stone. one of the first settlers of Guilford, Conn.,by Edward Perry Stone Sr., Gateway Press More Genealogy ToolsSpouse: Sarah (Shepard) Stone, Esther (Kirby) Stone.

Internet Archive BookReader The family of William Stone, one of the first settlers of Guilford, Connecticut, Original data: Stone, Truman Lewis.

Book II of the family of John Stone: one of the first settlers of 1639 book, Conn.: also, names of all the descendents [sic] of Russell, Bille, Timothy and Eber Stone.

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William Stone - Biography. William Stone was born 22 Mar /6 in Guilford, Connecticut to William Stone and Hannah Wolfe.[1][2][3] He married on 28 Oct in Guilford, CT to Sarah Hatch () of Falmouth, Mass.[2][3] Children born in Guilford, CT: Ezra, b 12 June ; died 18 July [3]Children: Jehiel Daniel Stone, Thankful Stone, Daniel Stone, Ezra Stone, Reliance Bradley.

Original data: Stone, William Leete. The family of John Stone: one of the first settlers of Guilford, : J. Munsell's Sons, The family of William Stone, one of the first settlers of Guilford, Connecticut,   Source: -John Stone one of the first settlers of Guilford, Conn, author: William Leete Stone 2nd.

Source-Talcott House, Talcottville, Lewis, New York, Stone Mansion on the National Register of Historic Homes, the history and occupants of this mansion is a worthy study with connections to Princeton University.

The family of William Leete, one of the first settlers of Guilford, Conn., and governor of New Haven and Connecticut colonies by Leete, Edward L. (Edward Lorenzo),comp; Talcott, Alvan,edPages: Samuel Disborough and William Leete were chosen to meet the court at New Haven inwhen the combination of the jurisdiction of the New Haven Colony was planned and organized, and Guilford, Milford, Stamford, and other plantations, hitherto independent colonies, united in one jurisdiction with New Haven, establishing a General Court for the.

The family of William Stone, one of the first settlers of Guilford, Connecticut, 2. Get this from a library. The family of John Stone, one of the first settlers of Guilford, Conn.

[William Leete Stone; Truman Lewis Stone] -- John Stone (ca. ) was born at Hereford near Guildford, Surrey, England and immigrated in to what became Guilford, Connecticut. Descendants moved to other New England states, New York. It is stated in the John Stone Family Genealogy that the first ship, the St.

John, commanded by Captain Russell, sailed from England onand arrived at New. The family of William Stone, one of the first settlers of Guilford, Connecticut / by Edward Perry Stone Sr. GUILFORD, CONNECTICUT An overview and short history. Only a few years after the Pilgrims settled the Bay Colony, the Rev.

Henry Whitfield and his followers left London to establish new lives in the St. John when it set sailunder the command of Capt. Richard Russell, was "John Parmelin," the Parmelee family's patriarch, who was on his way to join his son.

PLANTATION COVENANT The founding of Guilford, About the time they arrived in America, John Parmelee Sr. and the 24 other men whose families would later settle at Guilford entered into the Plantationwho would have been about 55 at the time, would have been one of the oldest members of the Rev.

Henry Whitfield's expedition. Well into the s, Guilford made divisions of land to entice settlement of the seemingly endless North American continent, and rewards were granted for killing wolves, wildcats, foxes, and even woodchucks. East Guilford, later called Madison, was one of the first areas settled outside of.

Buy The family of William Stone, one of the first settlers of Guilford, Connecticut, by Edward P Stone (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Edward P Stone. William Fowler was evidently well known and trusted by his fellow settlers, and was the first patentee of Milford, as well as one of the first three magistrates of the New Haven Colony inand a pillar of the church of which Peter Prudden was pastor.

The family of William Stone, one of the first settlers of Guilford, Connecticut, Author: Stone, Edward P. Published: () The English ancestry of Simon and Gregory Stone Author: Stone, William Eben.

Published: (). Later in the 17 th century, Guilford became part of the New Haven Colony and then the Connecticut Colony. Guilford’s William Leete was one of the first governors of these colonies. By the 18 th century, the town had become a thriving coastal community with agriculture and the sea supporting the economy.

Biographical Sketch. The earliest of papers in the collection were penned by Stephen Stone who was a descendant from William Stone (b. ), a signer of the Guilford Covenant and member of Rev.

Henry Whitfield’s first company to sail to New Haven in William Dudley, of Guilford, has been shown to be the son of William Dudley, of Dorking. one of the original English settlers of the town of Guilford inand includes a cemetery, agricultural outbuildings, a school, and other buildings.

"It is stated in the John Stone Family Genealogy that the first ship, the St. John, commanded by Children: Dea. William Dudley, Joseph Dudley, Deborah Scranton, Ruth Whittlesey (Dudley). Guilford, Connecticut. Robert Kitchell signed the Guilford Covenant June Stone, Truman Lewis, Book II.

of the family of John Stone, one of the first settlers of Guilford, Conn., also names of all the descendants of Russell, Bille. The family of William Leete: one of the first settlers of Guilford, Conn. [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Daniel Stone was born 29 AUG in Guilford, Download pdf Haven, Connecticut to William Stone and Sarah Hatch.[1][2] He married 7 Sep in Guilford to Leah Norton.[3][4][5] Leah Norton was born 3 Apr in Guilford, Connecticut to Thomas Norton () and Rachel Starr () (Roberts states the 15th and Guilford vital records states the.

The first settlers of Guilford, Connecticut came to America as passengers on ebook Saint John. The company of settlers on the Saint John was led by the Reverend Henry Whitfield, who had been the rector of St. Margaret's at Ockley in Surrey since