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THE FAY FAMILY HOMEPAGE

GENEALOGIES
   
   
BETSEY FAY (1789 - 1879)
MOSES STONE (1785 - 1854)
And their Descendants
  
Betsey Fay was born September 04, 1789 in Southboro, Massachusetts.
  
Her ancestry is documented in Orlin P. Fay's book:

John Fay of Marlboro, m. Mary Brigham
John son of John (OPF 2), m. Elizabeth Wellington
John son of John (OPF 25), m. Hannah Child
Josiah son of John (OPF 63), m. Mary Bent
Peter son of Josiah (OPF 141), m. Eunice Matthews
Betsey daughter of Peter
  
Moses Stone was born in Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire. While he and Betsey were married in Massachusetts, all of their children were born in Fitzwilliam, so they must have moved there between 1812 (their marriage) and 1815 (birth of first child).
  
There are two main sources for this line:
(1) John Fay of Marlborough and his Descendants by Orlin P. Fay, 1898.
(2) Ancestry and Descendants of Dea. Gregory Stone of Cambridge, Mass. 1320-1917 by J. Gardner Bartlett, 1918.
  

New Hampshire in 1823 (Lucas Fielding)
image copyright 2000-2004 by Cartography Associates
   
Contributed by Jennifer Fay Six
Descendants of Betsey Fay

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BETSEY FAY was born September 04, 1789 in Southboro, MA, and died January 21, 1879 in Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH.

She married MOSES STONE May 27, 1812 in Southboro, MA, son of HEZEKIAH STONE and ELIZABETH BALLARD. He was born December 02, 1785 in Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH, and died January 25, 1854 in Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH. He was a farmer and a mill proprietor. He held no public offices.

They had eight children:
   
1.   CLARISSA STONE
b. July 11, 1815, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH
d. October 25, 1853, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH
m. GEORGE WASHINGTON SIMONDS, November 13, 1839; b. April 21, 1816, Winchendon, MA; d. October 31, 1883, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH.
   
2. MOSES FAY, b. May 21, 1817, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH
d. January 19, 1893, Townville, Crawford Co., PA.

He married ELIZABETH ELWOOD January 22, 1842, daughter of RICHARD ELWOOD and MELINDA RURY. She was born May 26, 1823 in Preble, Cortland Co., NY, and died May 20, 1904 in Crawford Co., PA.
Moses Fay, "when a young man dropped his paternal name of 'Stone,' and thereafter was known as Moses Fay, under which name he married and lived until his decease." (Ancestry and Descendants of Dea. Gregory Stone of Cambridge, Mass. 1320-1917 by J. Gardner Bartlett, 1918, pg. 287.)
Lived in Fitzwilliam, NH until abt 1841; 1841-1844 owned property in Olean, Cattaraugus Co., NY (it's assumed he lived there); Hume Twp, Allegany Co., NY until 1851; then settled in Townville, Crawford Co., PA.
Burial: Greenlawn Cemetery, Townville, Crawford Co., PA
He was a shoemaker in his youth & later a successful farmer in Penn. Religion: Baptist. Politics: Life long Democrat.
Meadville Newspaper, Jan. 19, 1893, Death Notice: ...."Mr. Fay was a successful farmer and business man, and had acquired a handsome property. It is reported, however, that he was among the unfortunates in the Delamater bank failure (failed Dec. 5, 1890) losing something like $2000." The court case involving this bank failure was tried in 1903.
Elizabeth (Elwood) Fay's nickname was "Betsey".
Burial: Greenlawn Cemetery, Townville, Crawford Co., PA
Richard B. Elwood's father Benjamin Elwood was in the American Revolution along with Benjamin's three brothers, Isaac, Richard, & Peter. The four brothers were at the Battle of Oriskany, NY.
   
Five Children of MOSES FAY and ELIZABETH ELWOOD are:
   
i. EMILY FAY.
   
ii. RICHARD MELVILLE FAY
b. December 1845, Allegany Co., New York (?)
d. February 04, 1899, Wallowa Co., OR
Burial: Wallowa Cemetery, Wallowa, Wallowa Co., OR
He married HANNAH JANE (TITUS?) Abt. 1866 in PA. She was born December 1848 in PA, and died November 12, 1912 in Wallowa, Wallowa Co., OR. Hannah Jane's nickname was Jennie. She was buried in Wallowa Cemetery, Wallowa, Wallowa Co., OR
Richard resided in Crawford Co., PA & Enterprise, Wallowa Co., OR.
Occupation: Farmer.

Richard M. Fay is mentioned as a school officer at District 16 in the book, "Schools Days In The Wallowas" by Irene L. Barklow (1920). Richard is also mentioned in the book, "Reminiscences Of Wallowa County" by H. W. Oliver (1936).
Census Records: In the 1870 Census Richard M. Fay, his wife, and 1st child Mary Elizabeth were living in Fallowfield P.O., Greenwood Twp., Crawford Co., PA.

Children of RICHARD FAY and HANNAH JANE are:
   
(1) MARY ELIZABETH FAY 
b. November 25, 1867, Galesburg, Knox County, IL
d. May 13, 1929, Santa Barbara, CA.

She married JOHN SAMUEL SHOEMAKER July 17, 1889 in Enterprise, Wallowa Co., OR, son of FREDERICK SHOEMAKER and ANNA MEYERS. He was born December 22, 1855 in Polk County, OR, and died January 04, 1926 in Santa Barbara, CA.

After Lizzie's children were born in Enterprise, OR her husband moved them to Kaiwiki, Mauna Loa, Hawaii in 1899. Six years later they moved to Cuba, & soon to the Isle of Pines and shortly after that they moved to Brownsville, Texas. The family then moved back to La Grande, OR and finally settled down in Santa Barbara, CA in 1910.

Mary Elizabeth, taught school in Hawaii, and in Mexico across the river from Brownsville, TX. When they moved to Santa Barbara she taught for a number of years there and then in 1926 she got what was called an Institutional Management Credential from the then Santa Barbara State College (now known as the University of California). After receiving her credential she became principal of Summerland Elementary School in Santa Barbara.

In 1929 while on her way to school her car was hit by a drunk driver and she was killed.

In the book," Reminiscences Of Wallowa County" by H. W. Oliver (1936), Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" Fay is mentioned as a star pupil and later as a teacher. Richard Melville Fay, Mary Elizabeth's father, is also mentioned.

JOHN SAMUEL SHOEMAKER was a wild horse tamer, apiarist, manager of soda pop factory.
Children of MARY FAY and JOHN SHOEMAKER are:
   
(i) IRMA LENORE SHOEMAKER
b. Abt. 1890, OR
d. May 17, 1970, Los Angeles, CA
m. FREDERICK P. MINTON, September 13, 1912, Los Angeles, CA; d. November 22, 1958. They had no children. She was buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA
   
(ii) ELLWOOD FAY SHOEMAKER
b. February 04, 1892, Enterprise, Wallowa Co., OR
d. May 18, 1983, Chester, PA
m. GENEVIE IRMA FRUM, January 26, 1935, Belle, Kanawha Co., WV; b. February 02, 1913, Wise, Pocahontas Co., WV; d. September 29, 1980, Charleston, Kanawha Co., WV.

Both ELLWOOD FAY SHOEMAKER and GENEVIE IRMA FRUM SHOEMAKER were buried in Kanawha Co., WV.

After living in Enterprise, Oregon, Kaiwiki, Hawaii, Cuba, Isle of Pines, Brownsville, Texas, Ellwood's father, John Samuel Shoemaker, moved his family back to LaGrande, Oregon. They lived in LaGrande until 1910 when they moved to and finally settled in Santa Barbara, California.

Ellwood graduated from Santa Barbara High School. He was a draftsman for a number of years for J. Corbley and Poole Architects in Santa Barbara.

Ellwood was a corporal in the army during World War I (he did not see action) and his brother Rex served in the Navy on the ship called the St. Louis. Several years later in 1922 Ellwood entered college at Oregon State. After attending college he worked for Dravo Corp. & while working for Dravo he traveled to West Virginia in 1933. He was one of the construction design engineers on the Mason Bridge in Mason, WV at that time. Soon afterward Ellwood worked for Dupont Corp. at their plant in Belle, WV. In 1949 Ellwood joined Milam/BCM Engineering, Inc., in Dunbar, WV and worked there until 1980 retiring at the age of 87.

My father was a hard-working, quiet man who never had much to say about our ancestors, so the following is all I know of them. Tradition says that a Fay, Shoemaker or Elwood relative, father and/or son, fought at Bunker Hill in the American Revolution. Tradition also states that Frederick and John Samuel Shoemaker met and/or knew young Chief Joseph of the Nez Pierce tribe (this is probably true since Frederick was associated with Anderson C. Smith who did know young Chief Joseph very well). Another story that Dad told was of meeting a very old Aunt (Shoemaker, Elwood or Fay?) when he was five or six years old, who came to see his family in Enterprise, OR . He remembered her wearing a cap over a bald spot where she had been scalped by Indians when she was three or four years old. This scalping must have occurred back East in the 1820's. Unfortunately, Dad didn't remember her name and It wasn't until 1993 that I became interested in our families past and by then my parents and their siblings were dead. So we, my husband & I, traveled to courthouses, archives, libraries, historical societies, cemeteries, small towns, large towns, the nation's capital, on backroads, paved & unpaved, on & on we went to Mass., New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Penn., Ohio, Virginia, Illinois, Oregon, & California----Fay's, Shoemaker's, Stone's, Ellwood's, Rury's, Brigham's, Ballard's, etc. waiting to be discovered & so it goes on & on, a wonderful adventure indeed. What you are is what you were.----Jennifer Six.
ELLWOOD SHOEMAKER and GENEVIE FRUM had three children.
   
(a) REXFORD SHOEMAKER
m. JEANNIE CALDWELL

Rex graduated from West Virginia Techinical College, Montgomery, WV with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He was employed by American Electric Power, headquarters in Columbus, OH.

They had three children.
   
[i.] STAR REXANNE SHOEMAKER
She married RUTHERFORD.

Star and Rutherford had one child.
   
i. BRIAN RUTHERFORD
   
[ii.] STACIE RENEA SHOEMAKER
She married ROBERT FIELDS.

Stacie and Robert had two children.
   
i. CHANDLER FIELDS, b. 1995
ii. GRAHAM REX-RICHARD FIELDS, b. 1997
   
[iii.] STEPHENIE ROBIN SHOEMAKER
   
(b) ELLWOOD I. SHOEMAKER
m. (1) JEAN SHOEMAKER

Ellwood attended Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blackburg, VA, majoring in mechanical engineering. He was employed by Columbia Gas Co.

They had two children.
   
[i.] STEVEN SHOEMAKER
[ii.] SCOTT SHOEMAKER

Scott is a doctor specializing in neurology.
   
(b) ELLWOOD I. SHOEMAKER
m. (2) JEAN BLAKE.

Ellwood and Jean Blake had one child.
   
[iii.] MICHAEL SHOEMAKER

Michael has a degree in graphic design.
   
(c) JENNIFER F. SHOEMAKER
m. GEORGE DAVID SIX, Kanawha Co., WV.

Biology degree from West Virginia University and a Cytotechnology degree from Marshall University.

George has an electrical engineering degree from West Virginia University.
   
(iii) REXFORD IRVING SHOEMAKER 
b. February 02, 1893, Enterprise, OR
d. May 11, 1955, Santa Barbara, CA
m. DOROTHY ISABEL SMITH, on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 1927, Santa Barbara, CA; b. April 28, 1899, d. 1991.

Rex joined the Naval reserve before World War I and served on the battleship Oregon. He was called up for regular duty as soon as the U.S. entered the war. On the cruiser Saint Louis, he made 16 round trips across the Atlantic during the war. After the war he returned to Santa Barbara where he was a baker. During and after WWII, he worked at Port Hueneme Sea Bee base.

Dorothy Smith was a descendant of the Vermont patriot of the American Revolution, Ethan Allen's youngest brother.
   
Rexford and Dorothy had two children.
   
(a) WINFIELD ALLEN SHOEMAKER, b. April 18, 1930.
m. (1) JACKIE COCHRAN
m. (2) ELIZABETH MCFADDEN

Winfield was an Assemblyman for California in the 1960's. He campaigned with Robert Kennedy in California about a week before Kennedy was assassinated. He said Kennedy's knees would shake while giving speeches. He said Robert & Ethel Kennedy were real laid-back people, not one bit stuffy. Winfield also got into an argument with Governor Ronald Reagan. There was fingering shaking & shouting between the two. You see, Winfield was a Democrat and that didn't sit well with Republican Reagan.

Winfield was also a delegate for California in the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, IL. Remember the riots & demonstrations? Winfield said it was unbelievable. Mayor Daly was causing a lot of trouble outside the convention as well as in the aisles of the Convention hall. It was a mess.
   
Winfield and Jackie had one child.
   
[i.] MATTHEW SHOEMAKER
   
Matthew Shoemaker married Kim Oswald; they have two daughters, Lindsay and Caitlin.
   
Elizabeth McFadden was an educator.
   
Winfield and Elizabeth had two children.
   
[ii.] JENNIFER SHOEMAKER
m. Brent Jenkins
Jennifer has kept her changed last name as McFadden.

[iii.] LAURA SHOEMAKER
m. ELI ROTHMAN.
Laura and Eli have two sons, Yussi and Sholomdove Bear.
   
(b) NATHAN FAY SHOEMAKER
b. February 19, 1933
m. CAROL MacDONALD, b. 1932, m. 1956
   
They have six children.
   
[i.] LYNN ALLEN SHOEMAKER
    m. Art Ludwig; they have a daughter Maya Christina Ludwig and a son Nicholas Skye Ludwig.

[ii.] NATHAN SCOTT SHOEMAKER
    m. Deirdre Fisher; they have two daughters, Sarah Fisher Shoemaker and Caitlin Elizabeth Shoemaker.
    m. (2) Vi Escobedo.

[iii.] SUSAN KATHERINE SHOEMAKER
    m. Joseph Leonardi; they have a son, Spences Lorenzo Leonardi.

[iv.] CHRISTOPHER MARK SHOEMAKER
    m. Theresa Moya; they have a daughter Kara Elise Shoemaker, and a son Christopher Scott Shoemaker.
    m. (2) Thea; they have a daughter Avela Shoemaker.

[v.] BRADFORD WINFIELD SHOEMAKER

[vi.] CAITLIN DOROTHY SHOEMAKER
    m. Michael McDole; they have a daughter Katie McDole.
   
(2) CLARA FAY, b. Abt. 1870, PA; d. Abt. 1960, Los Angeles, CA ?; m. (1) GEORGE HENSLEY; m. (2) ROBERT WEAVER.
   
(3) MARIAN "MINNIE" E. FAY, b. May 1874, PA.
She married JOHN MCKENNA Abt. 1894. He was born January 1861 in PA.
In the 1900 Census the McKenna's lived on Relstine Road, Fletcher Precinct, Nez Pierce Co., Vollmer, ID.
   
Two Children of MARIAN FAY and JOHN MCKENNA are:
   
(i) ANNA MCKENNA, b. June 1895.
(ii) PAUL MCKENNA
b. January 09, 1898
d. April 1968, WA
   
(4) WALTER A. FAY
b. April 1875, Crawford Co., PA
d. Abt. 1915, State of Sonora, Mexico
m. ADA JOHNSON, March 15, 1901, Wallowa Co., OR; b. Abt. 1883; d. Abt. 1960, Clarkston, WA
Burial: Modesto, CA

Walter Fay & Ada Johnson were married by the Justice of the Peace, Wallowa District, J.P. Noreloch at the house of Joseph Franklin Johnson and witnessed by J. F. Johnson, Arthur Johnson, Fannie Johnson, Minnie Oliver. Minnie was a friend of Ada Johnson.
Ada Johnson was the daughter of Joseph Franklin Johnson & Fannie (Applegate) Johnson. Fannie Applegate Johnson was the daughter of Charles Applegate (brother of Jessie Applegate of Yoncalla, OR). Fannie and her father are mentioned in the book, "Skookum," by Shannon Applegate (1992).

Military Record: Walter A. Fay was in the Spanish-American War being mustered in on June 27, 1898 in Walla Walla, WA as a private in Company F, 1 Reg't Washington Infantry for a period of 2 years. Records indicate he was on duty as a scout and sharpshooter from March 26, 1899. Records of March and April 1899: Attached to the scouting detach that accompanied the expedition to Santa Cruz, Philippine Islands and on April 9th & 10th took part in the battle at that place & was also engaged in the skirmish at Pasanyan, April 11th, the skirmish at Lamba, April 12th and the skirmish at Parte, April 13, 1899. Rejoined his company April 18, 1899 at Pasig.

Cause of Death: Circa 1915, Walter A. Fay worked for the American Ditch Company in Mexico & while surveying irrigation ditches in the state of Sonora Walter & his five Mexican workers were trapped in a cabin surrounded by Yaqui Indians under Poncho Villa. They were massacred and their cabin set on fire. It is said that being a sharpshooter Walter got a few Indians before he was killed. Walter & Ada had a small 40 acre ranch nearby & when she heard Walter was killed she got what she hoped were his ashes and left Mexico ending up in Nogales, Arizona. For awhile Ada worked for a doctor at a U. S. hospital in Nogales but eventually ended up in Modesto, CA at the home of Walter's sister, Helen Fay. Ada eventually returned to Wallowa Co., OR to her parents home. Ada lived in Wallowa Co., OR until the 1930's when she moved to Clarkston, WA. Ada never remarried.

Walter A. Fay is mentioned in the book, "This Valley (Wallowa Valley)" by Lola Johnson Hopkins (1978), "Walter A. Fay, one of the first forest rangers in Wallowa County, was a veteran of the Spanish American War. His folks lived north of Wallowa on a farm in the hills. In 1902 he married our Aunt Ada. His first assignment was at Chico in the Chesnumnus area where the first forestry cabin was built, about 1907. It was a typical log cabin of early Wallowa," page 64. "When Uncle Walter decided to join the American Ditch Company and to Old Mexico to work on development projects there, he and Aunt Ada left the Wallowa. That was about 1908." page 82.
   
(5) HELEN E. FAY
b. June 12, 1890, Wallowa Co, OR
d. January 17, 1980, Modesto, CA.
Occupation: Helen Fay taught school in Wallowa Co., OR and was a dental hygienist in Modesto, CA.

In the book, School Days In The Wallowas, by Irene Locke Barklow (1992) Helen is mentioned as a teacher in the District 50, Chico, Wallowa Co., OR. Her sister Clara was also mentioned in the book.

In the book, Reminiscenses Of Wallowa County by H. W. Oliver (1936), Helen's sister Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" and father Richard Melville Fay are mentioned.

After Helen's brother Walter was killed in Mexico by Yaqui Indians Walter's wife Ada left Mexico and was in Nogales, AZ for awhile then ended up staying with Helen before finally going home to Wallowa Co., OR. Ada and her relatives never forgot Helen's kindness.
   
iii. CHARLES FAY
b. Abt. 1847, New York
d. 1905, Townville, Crawford Co. , PA
He married AUGUSTA MYERS February 1870 in Pennsylvania?, daughter of JOSEPH MYERS and ELIZABETH. She was born Abt. 1850 in Pennsylvania, and died October 15, 1942.
Charles and his wife are buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Townville, Crawford Co., PA.
   
Three Children of CHARLES FAY and AUGUSTA MYERS are:
   
(1) LEON FAY, b. Abt. 1871, PA
   
(2) HARRY A. FAY
b. Abt. 1875, PA
d. 1920.
Harry A. Fay is buried at Greenlawn Cemetery, Townville, Crawford Co., PA.
PA Census: 1900 Harry was with parents in Shamokin, Northumberland Co., PA, North 8th St.
PA Census: 1910 Harry with his mother in Greensburg, Westmoreland Co., PA
PA Census: 1920 Harry not found in census, died.
   
(3) MAUD FAY
b. 1879, PA
d. 1957, PA
She married (1) VICTOR J. FREE. He was born 1874, and died 1939. Her husband Victor J. Free was a newspaperman and he was previously married to Angie Reed. He and Maud lived in Shomoken, Northumberland Co., PA
In the PA 1920 Census Maud F. Beschonau was a widow.
She married (2) BESCHONAU.
   
Child of MAUD FAY and BESCHONAU is:
   
(i) FAY R. BESCHONAU, b. 1904.
   
iv. FRANCES VIOLA FAY
b. Abt. 1849
d. January 31, 1857.
Frances Viola Fay is buried at the Baker Cemetery, Townville, Steuben Co., PA.
In the 1850 NY Census Frances was one year old living with her parents in Hume township, Allegeny Co., NY.
   
v. ADELLA L. FAY
b. February 1850, New York state.
She married URIAH JONES.
Adella L. Fay Jones is buried at Greenlawn Cemetery, Townville, Crawford Co., PA.
Her nickname was "Della".
   
Three Children of ADELLA FAY and URIAH JONES are:
   
(1) R. NEIL JONES.
   
(2) FRANK ELWOOD JONES
b. Abt. 1869
d. April 08, 1944
m. MINTA DURFEE; b. Abt. 1867; d. Abt. 1919.
Frank E. Jones was a prosperous farmer and is buried at Greenlawn Cemetery, Townville, Crawford Co., PA.
   
(3) FRED F. JONES
b. Abt. 1879
d. March 25, 1953.
   
3.   NATHAN STONE was born February 08, 1819 in Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH.
He married MARY LOUISA MILES Abt. 1842, daughter of JOHN MILES and HARRIET STONE. She was born August 12, 1822 in Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH, and died July 30, 1896 in Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH.

Resided: Mostly in Fitzwilliam, NH but also in Sonora & Jamestown, CA.

Occupation: Stonecutter.
   
Children of NATHAN STONE and MARY MILES are:
   
i. ALBERT G. STONE
b. October 22, 1842, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH
d. November 02, 1862.
   
ii. JOHN N. STONE
b. May 24, 1844, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH
d. September 29, 1844, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH.
   
iii. FLORA ELIZABETH STONE was born September 01, 1845.
She married AMOS JEWETT BLAKE January 02, 1883, son of EBENEZER BLAKE and HEPZIBETH JEWETT. He was born October 20, 1836 in Ringe, NH.

Resided: Fitzwilliam, NH.

Occupation: Lawyer; representative in 1872 & 1873; bank commissioner 1876-1880; president of Fitzwilliam Savings Bank.
   
Child of FLORA STONE and AMOS BLAKE is:
   
(1) LEROY BLAKE, b. November 05, 1883, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH.
   
iv. MARY LOUISE STONE, b. April 02, 1848, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH.

Resided: As of 1916 was res. in Fitzwilliam, NH, unmarried.
   
v. SARAH ANNA STONE
b. August 20, 1851, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH
   
vi. NATHAN ELWYN STONE
b. January 04, 1854, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH
d. February 17, 1854, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH(?)
   
vii. NATHAN ELWYN STONE
b. December 25, 1856, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH
d. February 09, 1879, Worcester, MA.
Cause of Death: Railroad accident.
   
viii. PERCY TEMPLE STONE
b. January 25, 1865, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH
d. August 18, 1868, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH(?)
   
4.   ELIZA STONE
b. January 29, 1821, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH
d. June 23, 1822, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH
   
5.   ALONZO STONE
b. August 14, 1823, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH
Went West abt 1870, then unmarried, later history unknown.
   
6.   ELIZA STONE
b. January 05, 1827, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH
d. January 11, 1854, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH(?)
   
7.   PETER M. STONE
b. April 1829, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH.
Resided: Fitzwilliam, NH
Abt 1865 went to Searsburg, VT; abt 1890 he was living in Connecticut.
Further history untraced.
   
8.   EMILY A. STONE
b. November 05, 1832, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH
d. September 11, 1834, Fitzwilliam, Cheshire Co., NH