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Descendants of Woodson Johnson Stone - 3 Generations

1 [2] Woodson Johnson Stone 1817 – 1888

b: July 20, 1817 in Galena, Stone Co, Missouri d: August 03, 1888 in Malakoff, Henderson Co., Texas

.. +Mable Priscilla Hurley

........ 2 [1] Elizabeth Stone 1839 – 1922

............ +Joseph Samual Robert Manning 1841 - 1897

................... 3 Charles A. Manning 1870 – 1900

....................... +Wife // Crunk

................... 3 Harve Elmer Manning 1873 - 1963

....................... +Eva Davidson

................... 3 Margaret May Manning 1876 – 1963

....................... +Lee Lucas Fleming 1876 – 1955

…......... *2nd Husband of [1] Elizabeth Stone:

............ +William Carpenter

........ 2 Caroline Stone 1842 -

............ +John L Frazier

*2nd Wife of [2] Woodson Johnson Stone:

.. +Martha Criss Ann Pritchard 1826 – 1899

b: September 01, 1826 in Tennessee d: August 24, 1899 in Rush Springs, Oklahoma

........ 2 William Ennis Berlin "Bill" Stone 1856 -

................... 3 Dewey Stone

................... 3 Richard O. Stone

................... 3 Cora Stone

....................... +? Taylor

........ 2 Martha Eveline Bethany Stone 1857 - 1885

........ 2 John Nathanial Cubin Stone 1858 -

........ 2 James Huey Stone 1860 - 1860

........ 2 Sara Jane Stone 1861 - 1862

........ 2 Elijah Thomas Yowen "Tom" Stone 1865 - 1935

............ +Rosie

................... 3 Eual Stone

................... 3 Nale Stone

................... 3 Charlie “Chock” Stone

................... 3 Kenneth Stone

........ 2 Eusibous Dillard Tilford "Sib" Stone 1868 - 1921

............ +Ina Mable Griffith

................... 3 Georgia Norma Stone

....................... +Cecil Claude Holt

................... 3 Jack Stone

....................... +Virginia Mae McDonough 1909 - 2003

........ 2 Harvey Henry Lafayette "Harve" Stone 1870 - 1922

................... 3 Myrtle Stone

................... 3 Valee Stone

........ 2 Woodson Albert Munroe Stone 1871 - 1921

............ +Martha Isabelle Brooks 1870 - 1962

................... 3 Henry Luther Stone 1897 - 1960

....................... +Annie May Groom 1898 - 1994

................... 3 [3] Almer Munroe Stone 1901 - 1982

....................... +Unknown

................... *2nd Wife of [3] Almer Munroe Stone:

....................... +Cloe Conley

................... *3rd Wife of [3] Almer Munroe Stone:

....................... +Alice Baker – 1977

................... 3 Una Lee Stone 1904 – 1982

....................... +Raymond B. Rushing 1898 -

................... 3 Rena Stone 1907 - 2001

....................... +Joe E. Phillips - 2000

(Numbers in parentheses indicate multiple spouses.)


Sources:

  • Raymond Reginald Stone, his work on genealogy given to Judy Richards Shubert in 1990s, Handwritten notes and family tree.
  • "History of Stone County Missouri" published by Stone County Historical Society 1989, page 646 - has Woodson T. Stone, Photocopy of genealogy report with information obtained "from family Bible copied by Lucy Ellen Garrison Smith, his (William Tilford) great-great-granddaughter on July 2oth, 1955 in the home of Harry Summers, his (William Tilford) grandson".
  • Cecil Holt, grandson of Georgia Stone Holt, Residence Dripping Springs, Texas. Letter sent in 2001 to Raymond R. Stone, Mineral Wells, Texas, great-grandson of Woodson Johnson Stone.
  • Robin's Page, Stone Co Missouri Website, Robin at Mindvoice@msn.com, "Electronic."
  • Cecil Holt, grandson of Georgia Stone Holt, She writes that Martha Criss Ann was born in Missouri but Martha is listed on Stone Co. censuses as being born in Tennessee.
  • "History of Stone County Missouri" published by Stone County Historical Society 1989, pages 580-598, If Martha Criss Ann Pritchard is the daughter of Bethina Elizabeth Pritchard and John Pritchard she would have been born in TN in 1826 which was before the Pritchard's went to Missouri.
  • Barbara Hershey Holt, Dripping Springs, Texas (goathorn@swbell.net), Partner Cecil Holt, grandson of Georgia Stone Holt, "Electronic."
  • Choctaw MCR Application Packet 94 on Joseph Johnson, Also in MCR4085 on Isabella Stone. Colbert, I.T., June 16, 1900; testimony of Isabell Stone (nee Brooks) in application for enrollment as Choctaw by blood.
  • 1900 U.S. Census, Indian Territory, Chickasaw Nation, Vol 9, Ed. 159, Sheet 7, Line 98.
  • "Conversation between Almer Monroe Stone and Vicki D. (Phillips) Forbrich March 27, 1986" Copy given to Raymond R. Stone, Almer's nephew.
  • Death Notice for Jennie Mae McDonough Stone, Dallas News, January 27, 2003.
  • Irene Gailey Stone, daughter of James "Doc" and Edna Puckett Gailey, personal notes.
  • Judith Richards Shubert, daughter of Leon and Vernelle Gailey Richards personal notes.
  • FamilyTree Maker: File prepared by Judith Richards Shubert, 2009.

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