Posted by Ray Miglionico on July 23, 2000 at 10:36:26:
In Reply to: Martin Powell Ormsby b.7 Mar 1802 posted by John Ormsby on July 04, 2000 at 12:00:35:
The following is listed under Stone Family in the History of Jericho (1763-1913). Not sure if this is the Stone family that you are referring to, perhaps you will be able to tell.
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THE STONE FAMILY.
By Anna F. Stone.
The Stone family of Guilford, Conn., came from England
in 1639. David Tolman Stone, b. in Guilford in 1769, was a
descendant. He m. in 1792 Thankful Smith, who d. in 1834.
Three children were b., surviving their parents: Hiram, b. 1794;
Electa, b. 1796; and Harvey, b. 1800. The father, David, cleared
a large farm on Lee River, living there till his second marriage,
when he moved to North Underhill, afterward to Westford,
where he d. The sons, Hiram and Harvey, settled on the divided
farm, where they lived for many years. At length Harvey
moved with his large family to Swanton, Hiram remaining on or
near his early home till 1874, when he d. Hiramís wife was
Clarissa Church and they were parents of seven children: Newell
Dwight, Emeline, Ambrose Clark, Judson Warren, Isaac Chaun-
cey, Willard Humphrey and Vivian. The three oldest d. be-
fore the age of 25, and only Isaac C. remained in his native town.
He lived on Lee River and later upon a farm on what has been
known as Stone Hill near Jericho Center. He was for twenty-
seven years a deacon in the First Congregational Church and a
staunch supporter. Three years before his death, which oc-
curred in 1906, he went to Burlington to reside with his only
son. He m. Anna E. Bingham and their four children were
Lillian Lucy, Jennie Bingham, who d. in infancy; Susie Agnes
and Bingham Hiram.
Lillian Lucy, m. G. E. Humphrey. She d. leaving one son,
Lucius, whose home is in Denver, Col. Susie Agnes, m. Watson
C. Lea and their home is in Drain, Oregon. They have two chil-
dren. Bingham H., physician, instructor in U. V. M. Medical
School and State Bacteriologist, lives in Burlington. (See
Of Hiram Stoneís other children, Judson W. moved to
Iowa, where he d. leaving a wife, Matilda (Terrill) Stone, and
five children, two sons, Edward and Terrill, and daughters. The
son, Terrill, has d. leaving in Iowa a large family, one of whom
bears the family name, Terrill Stone.
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