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Subject: STONE, EBENEZER 1771 - Source: Stone Genealogy
Date: Tue, 16 Feb 1999 16:19:24 EST
CC: (Richard Stone)
Now, my dear, thanks to Richard Stone, you have cited material for posterity !
Subj: Re: STONE, EBENEZER b. 1771
Date:99-02-16 15:28:23 EST
From: (Richard Stone)
Reply-to: (Richard Stone)
I hope this is good, I copied the two pages of the book and converted that
to a text file making most of the corrections as necessary. You will find
that The pages has some of what does not belong to Ebenezer. It all comes
from The Simon Stone Genealogy Book published in 1926.
273 DESCENDANTS IN AMERICA
and Mary (Parker) Cummings. Child by first marriage (Marble):
1. Abigail, b. in Charlton, 3 Dec. l813.
vii Sophia, b. 1 July 1795; m. in Charlton, 10 Apr. 1814, Luther Marble
b. there, 8 Mar. 1798, son of Aaron and Rebecca (---- -- ) Marble.
They later settled in Auburn, Mass.
vii Nehemiah Bartlett, b. 17 Sept. 1798; succeeded to his father's
homestead in Charlton and was & thrifty and prosperous farmer,
acquiring a good estate. He was prominent in town affairs, was
representative to the Massachusetts Legislature in 1847, and d.
in Charlton, 18 Sept. 1866, unmarried. His will dated 12 Sept.
1866, names sisters Betsey Marble and Sophia Marble; residuary
legatees, his heirs-at-law. Inventory showed red estate of $2,150
and personal estate of $36,260. (Worcester County Probate Records,
195. COL EBENEZER6 STONE (65. Dea. Nehemiah5, Samuel4, Hon. Ebenezer3,
Dea. Simon2, Dea. Simon1), born in Charlton, Mass., 27 Sept. 1761,
was a lad of only thirteen years at the outbreak of the Revolution,
which, however, lasted for seven years, so he was old enough to
render protracted service before it closed. He appears as private,
first from 26 Mar. 1778 to 1 Jan. 17.79, in Capt. Samuel Lamb's
company, Col. Nathaniel Wade's regiment, on service at Rhode Island;
also from 22 Oct. 1779 to 23 Nov. 1779, in Capt. Samuel Hamant's
company, Col. Samuel Denny's regiment, on service at Claverack,
N. Y., reinforcing Continental Army; also from 29 July to
9 Aug. 1780, in Capt. Abijah Lamb's company, Col. Jacob Davis'
regiment, on service at Tiverton, R. I.; also from 22 July to
22 Oct. 1781, in Capt. Reuben Davis' company, Col. Luke Drury's
regiment, on service at West Point, N. Y.; total above listed
service (including allowances for twenty-five days home travel)
one year, five months and twenty days. ("Massachusetts Soldiers
and Sailors in the Revolution," vol. 15, pp. 90 and 128.)
Ebenezer Stone of Worcester County, Mass., aged seventy-two years,
was granted on 1 June 1833, a pension of $54.32 per year for
Revolutionary service as private in the Massachusetts militia.
("Massachusetts Pension Roll," p. 328.)
Ebenezer6 Stone passed his life in farming in Charlton, where
he is listed in the United States Census of 1790 as head of a
family of one male over sixteen years, one male under sixteen
years and five females. A man of local note, he was captain
by 1797, and 1802-1805 (inclusive) was major, and 1806-1808
(inclusive) was lieut.-col. of the Fourth Regiment, First
(South Worcester County) Brigade, in the Seventh Division of
the Massachusetts Militia. In his later years he seem to have
lost much of his property. He died in Charlton, ~ Oct. 1833,
aged seventy-two years.
274 SIMON STONE GENEALOGY
Administration on the estate of Ebenezer Stone of Charlton was
granted to his widow Esther Stone,17Oct,1833. Personal estate,
after debts were paid, was only $67.12, and the real estate was
encumbered mortgage (Worcester County Probate Records, no. 56549.)
He married in Charlton, l5 Apr. 1788, Esther Lamb born in Oxford,
14 Nov. 1763, daughter of Samuel and Sarah (Dana) Lamb, later of
Charlton; she died in Charlton, 12 May 1847, aged eighty-three years.
Children born in Charlton, Mass.:
i. Hannah7, b. 30 Oct, 1783; m. in Charlton, 2 July 1812, Simeon Rich.
They had issue.
459. ii. Samuel, b. 12 Aug. 1787.
iii. Esther, b. 27 Sept. 1789; d. Charlton, 16 Aug. 1868, ,unmarried.
iv. Ebenezer Locke, b. 1 Oct, 1798; no further record obtained.
v. Harriet, b. 9 Mar. 1797. She m. (1); in Charlton, 28 Feb. 1815,
John Rich, b. there, 16 Nov. 1791, son of Jacob and Ruth (Rich)
Rich; m. (2), in Charlton, 1 Sept. 1823, as second wife,
Amos Willams, b. in Douglas, Mass., 21 Oct, 1776. son of J
onathan and Esther (-------) Williams; he d. in Charlton,
30 Mar. 1847. Children by first, marriage, born in Charlton
(Rich): 1. Jacob, b. 21 Feb. 1816. 2. Ruth, b. 7 Apr. 1818.
Children by second marriage born 'in Charlton (Williams):
3.John R., b. 10 Mar. 1825. 4. Ebenezer S., b. 5 June 1828.
vi. Marietta, b. 2 May 1801; m. (int. rec. 4 Apr. 1829), Thomas
Harback Rice, b. in Charlton, 25 Feb. 1805, son of George K.
and Fanny (---- -- ) Rice; he d. there, 13 Feb. 1838. Children
born in Charlton (Rice): 1. Emily Maria, b. 7 Mar. 1830.
2 . Cornelia Elizabeth, b. 3O Oct, 1882.
vii. Sally (or Sarah), b. 19 Feb. 1805; d. in Charlton, 17 Dec. 1877,
196. SAMSON6 STONE (65. Dea. Nehemiah5, Samuel4, Hon. Ebenezer3,
Dea. Simon2, Dea. Simon1), born in Charlton, Mass., 11 Aug.
1763, lived them nearly half a century and is listed there
in the United States Census of 1790 as head of a family of
one male over sixteen years, one male under sixteen years,
and one female. About 1812 he moved to Erieville, Madison
County, N. Y., where he settled on a farm haft s mile west of
the village. Here he passed the remainder of his life and died,
2 Jan. 1849, aged eighty-five years.
He married first; in Charlton, 6 July 1789, Bathsheba Lamb,
born there, 16 Apr. 1767, daughter of Ebenezer and Mary (White)
Lamb; she had one child and died in Charlton, 9 Jan. 1791.
He married secondly, in Charlton, 4 Nov. 1792, Huldah Lamb,
born 17 Aug. 1769, sister of his first wife; she died in
Erieville, N. Y., 21 Oct. 1842.