The Stones of Surry
Observer printing House, 1955 - North Carolina - 499 pages
Governor William Stone emigrated to Virginia from England before 1633 where he settled in Accomac County. He married Verlinda Cotton, the daughter of the widow Jane Cotton who had come to Virginia from Cheshire County, England. William and Verlinda were the parents of 7 children: Elizabeth, Thomas, Richard, John, Matthew, Mary and Catherine. William Stone's will is date 1659 and Verlinda Stone's will was proved in 1675. This history follows the descendants of William and Verlinda's third child, John. These descendants live in North Carolina, Tennessee and elsewhere.
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