Ancestors of Tyrold Darlene Nelson Vanderford


Generation No. 1

        1. Tyrold Darlene Nelson Vanderford, born November 25, 1943 in Duluth, Minnesota; died September 12, 1996 in Sacramento, California. She was the daughter of 2. Lorrain Vanderford and 3. Wilma Elizabeth Baldwin. She married (1) Wilbert William Paana Private. He was born Private. He was the son of Eino Paana and Pearl Belle Calkins.

More About Tyrold Darlene Nelson Vanderford:
Cause of Death: Underwent Surgery for throat Cancer, stroke.

Generation No. 2

        2. Lorrain Vanderford, born Private. He married 3. Wilma Elizabeth Baldwin Private.
        3. Wilma Elizabeth Baldwin, born Private. She was the daughter of 6. William Baldwin and 7. Grace Pratt.
        
Child of Lorrain Vanderford and Wilma Baldwin is:
  1. 1i.Tyrold Darlene Nelson Vanderford, born November 25, 1943 in Duluth, Minnesota; died September 12, 1996 in Sacramento, California; Adopted child; married Wilbert William Paana Private.


Generation No. 3

        6. William Baldwin, died Unknown. He married 7. Grace Pratt WFT Est. 1908-1941.
        7. Grace Pratt, born February 19, 1894; died WFT Est. 1912-1988. She was the daughter of 14. Cornelius Pratt and 15. Margaret Ann Stone.
        
Child of William Baldwin and Grace Pratt is:
  1. 3i.Wilma Elizabeth Baldwin, born Private; married Lorrain Vanderford Private.


Generation No. 4

        14. Cornelius Pratt, born January 29, 1843 in Homer, NY; died August 01, 1916 in Manchester, IA. He was the son of 28. Hiram Pratt and 29. Catherine Corl. He married 15. Margaret Ann Stone April 08, 1883 in Mallory Township, Clayton Co. IA.
        15. Margaret Ann Stone, born October 14, 1867; died WFT Est. 1903-1962. She was the daughter of 30. George Franklin Stone and 31. Martha Maria Haught.
        
Children of Cornelius Pratt and Margaret Stone are:
  1. i.Martha Pratt, born February 23, 1885 in Elkport, IA; died 1939; married (1) William Werb WFT Est. 1899-1927; born WFT Est. 1868-1888 in IA; died WFT Est. 1902-1974; married (2) James Benson WFT Est. 1899-1927; died Unknown.
  2. ii.Charles William Pratt, born February 23, 1885 in Elkport, IA; died June 26, 1970 in Aitkin, MN; married Nancy Mae Stone 1908 in Doland, SD; born December 12, 1890 in Clayton Co., IA; died December 12, 1937 in Morrison Twp., Aitkin County, MN.

Notes for Charles William Pratt:
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Facts about this person:

Burial Waukenabo Cemetery, Palisade,MN
  1. iii.Jasper Pratt, born April 03, 1887 in Elkport, IA; died April 12, 1971 in Aitkin, MN; married Adele Mae Culbert July 06, 1907 in Dubuque, IA; born February 14, 1889 in Dubuque, IA; died February 02, 1961 in Aitkin, MN.

Notes for Jasper Pratt:
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Burial Waukenabo Cemetery, Palisade,MN

Notes for Adele Mae Culbert:
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Burial Waukenabo Cemetery, Palisade,MN
  1. iv.Cassa Rolina Pratt, born October 11, 1888 in Manchester, IA; died November 24, 1918 in Ashley, Montana; married Joseph Washington Bailey June 1905 in Manchester, IA; born November 14, 1881 in Guttenberg, IA; died November 16, 1974 in Aitkin, MN.
  2. v.Corneilus Richard Pratt, born June 25, 1890 in Elkport, IA; died November 28, 1960 in Aitkin, MN; married Carrie Mary Shay May 12, 1912 in Lewistown, MT; born September 01, 1893 in Kansas; died May 04, 1979 in Aitkin, MN.

Notes for Corneilus Richard Pratt:
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Burial Waukenabo Cemetery, Palisade,MN

Notes for Carrie Mary Shay:
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Burial Waukenabo Cemetery, Palisade,MN
  1. vi.George Pratt, born February 28, 1892; died February 28, 1892.
  2. 7vii.Grace Pratt, born February 19, 1894; died WFT Est. 1912-1988; married William Baldwin WFT Est. 1908-1941.
  3. viii.Frank Pratt, born January 29, 1896; died January 29, 1896.
  4. ix.Todd Pratt, born December 25, 1900; died December 25, 1900.


Generation No. 5

        28. Hiram Pratt, died Unknown. He married 29. Catherine Corl WFT Est. 1824-1858.
        29. Catherine Corl, born 1810 in Cortland Co., NY; died WFT Est. 1846-1905 in Mancehester, IA. She was the daughter of 58. William Henry Corl and 59. Caroline Mandy Johnson.

Notes for Catherine Corl:
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Facts about this person:

Burial Manchester, IA
        
Child of Hiram Pratt and Catherine Corl is:
  1. 14i.Cornelius Pratt, born January 29, 1843 in Homer, NY; died August 01, 1916 in Manchester, IA; married Margaret Ann Stone April 08, 1883 in Mallory Township, Clayton Co. IA.

  2. 30. George Franklin Stone, born March 08, 1841 in Charlotte, Chautauqua Co, Ny; died September 23, 1926 in Waukenabo Twp, Aitkin Co, Mn. He was the son of 60. Artemus N. Stone and 61. Phoebe S. Penhollow. He married 31. Martha Maria Haught.
        31. Martha Maria Haught, born 1845 in Pa; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 62. Abram Haught and 63. Margaret Merryman.
        
Children of George Stone and Martha Haught are:
  1. 15i.Margaret Ann Stone, born October 14, 1867; died WFT Est. 1903-1962; married Cornelius Pratt April 08, 1883 in Mallory Township, Clayton Co. IA.
  2. ii.Laura Stone, died Unknown; married John Kafer 1886; died Unknown.
  3. iii.Mary Jane Stone, died Unknown.
  4. iv.George Stone, born 1869 in Clayton, Ia; died Unknown; married Lill Streeter 1896; died Unknown.
  5. v.Marion Stone, died Unknown.
  6. vi.Alzina Stone, died Unknown.
  7. vii.Amanda Stone, died Unknown.
  8. viii.Frank D Stone, born August 14, 1873; died December 07, 1940; married Kate Hassie; died Unknown.
  9. ix.Emma Stone, born 1875 in Iowa; died Unknown; married Nathaniel Hammond 1889; died Unknown.
  10. x.Alice Stone, born July 31, 1862; died Unknown; married Albert Hines 1886; died Unknown.
  11. xi.Minnie Olive Stone, died Unknown.
  12. xii.Nettie Lucinda Stone, died Unknown.


Generation No. 6

        58. William Henry Corl, born August 10, 1786 in Schenectedy, NY (Willem Corl); died March 04, 1853 in Homer, Cortland Co., NY. He was the son of 116. John (Johannes) Corl and 117. Susannah Van Vorst. He married 59. Caroline Mandy Johnson Abt. 1807 in Schenectedy, NY.
        59. Caroline Mandy Johnson, born Abt. 1789 in Schenectedy, NY; died March 04, 1853 in Little York, Cortland, NY.
        
Child of William Corl and Caroline Johnson is:
  1. 29i.Catherine Corl, born 1810 in Cortland Co., NY; died WFT Est. 1846-1905 in Mancehester, IA; married Hiram Pratt WFT Est. 1824-1858.

  2. 60. Artemus N. Stone, born April 13, 1817 in NY; died December 06, 1885. He was the son of 120. Andrew Stone and 121. Aurelia Crandall. He married 61. Phoebe S. Penhollow.
        61. Phoebe S. Penhollow, born 1820 in Ct; died March 12, 1902 in Clayton, Ia. She was the daughter of 122. Richard Penhallow and 123. Abigail House.

Notes for Artemus N. Stone:
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From HA Brown, 1998-
086-1 Artemus STONE was probably born at Preston in Chenango Co., NY, married Phoebe PENHOLLOW(1828CT-1902IA d/o Richard & Abigail) in Chautauqua Co., NY, died in Clayton Co., IA, & is buried in Hansel Cemetery at Garber IA. He probably came to Iowa in the mid 1850's possibly with brother-in-law, Richard Penhollow. Artemus was living in the Southern corner of Sec. 5 of Mallory Twp. in Clayton County not far from Richard Penhollow. His name appears on same tombstone with father.

Notes for Phoebe S. Penhollow:
This is where the Penhallow line begins
        
Children of Artemus Stone and Phoebe Penhollow are:
  1. 30i.George Franklin Stone, born March 08, 1841 in Charlotte, Chautauqua Co, Ny; died September 23, 1926 in Waukenabo Twp, Aitkin Co, Mn; married Martha Maria Haught.
  2. ii.Rachel Alzina Stone, born June 25, 1840; died Unknown.
  3. iii.Charles E. Stone, born April 1849; died Unknown.
  4. iv.Frank Adelbert Stone, born December 10, 1853; died Unknown.
  5. v.William Stone, born January 02, 1855; died Unknown.
  6. vi.Laura J. Stone, born April 05, 1859; died Unknown.
  7. 62. Abram Haught, died Unknown in Fayette, Pa. He married 63. Margaret Merryman.
        63. Margaret Merryman, born June 21, 1804 in Fayette, Pa; died June 12, 1886 in Mallory Clayton, Ia.
        
Child of Abram Haught and Margaret Merryman is:
  1. 31i.Martha Maria Haught, born 1845 in Pa; died Unknown; married George Franklin Stone.


Generation No. 7

        116. John (Johannes) Corl, born April 03, 1757 in Schenectedy, NY; died April 24, 1842 in Schenectedy, NY. He was the son of 232. Hendrick Corl and 233. Maria Olin (Oleyn). He married 117. Susannah Van Vorst WFT Est. 1774-1794.
        117. Susannah Van Vorst, born July 23, 1758 in Schenectedy, NY; died Abt. 1800 in Schenectedy, NY. She was the daughter of 234. Jan Baptist Van Vorst and 235. Catarina (Trientien) Marselis.
        
Child of John Corl and Susannah Van Vorst is:
  1. 58i.William Henry Corl, born August 10, 1786 in Schenectedy, NY (Willem Corl); died March 04, 1853 in Homer, Cortland Co., NY; married Caroline Mandy Johnson Abt. 1807 in Schenectedy, NY.

  2. 120. Andrew Stone, born July 02, 1791 in Whiting, Addison Co, VT; died July 14, 1879 in Lodomillo Twp, Garber, Clayton Co , IA. He was the son of 240. Josiah Stone, Jr and 241. Lois Bennett. He married 121. Aurelia Crandall Abt. 1816 in prob. Plymouth Twp, Chenango Co, NY.
        121. Aurelia Crandall, born August 30, 1796 in Guilford, Windham Co, VT; died December 20, 1850 in Charlotte, Chautauqua Co, NY. She was the daughter of 242. Sylvester Crandall and 243. Mercy Barnes.

Notes for Andrew Stone:
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From HA Brown, 1998..(086) Andrew STONE Sr. left Whiting VT with his parents around 1800 for Chittenden Co. VT and then Chenango Co. NY. During his lifetime, he seems to have been either a tradesman or tennant farmer, because he did not leave any land records in the counties he lived in.
In 1860 was living with probable nephew/son, Ethan STONE, in Ellington, Chau. Co., NY. In 1870, He was living with daughter's, Ellen Darrow's, family in the 1870 Lodomillo Twp., Clayton County, IA Census at age 78 with b.RI which is probably a mistake on the part of family member who gave info but does indicate that perhaps Andrew Stone often talked of his parent's roots in Rhode Island.

More About Andrew Stone:
Cemetery: Hansel Cemetery, Garber, IA
Occupation: Farmer

Notes for Aurelia Crandall:
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From HA Brown, 1998-
..(087) Orrilla/Aurelia Crandal STONE's gravestone in NY according to a 1930 reading indicated a death date of 29DEC1859 indicating that she was born 9SEP1805, but a JUNE 1997 reading(Katherine E. JOHNSON) of the same stone revealed a death date of Dec. 20, 1850 at an age of 54 yrs 3 mos 20dys and name that read: 'ORRILLA'. Clayton Co. IA histories spell her name: 'Aurelia'.

More About Aurelia Crandall:
Cemetery: Charlotte Center Cemetery, Charlotte, NY
        
Child of Andrew Stone and Aurelia Crandall is:
  1. 60i.Artemus N. Stone, born April 13, 1817 in NY; died December 06, 1885; married Phoebe S. Penhollow.

  2. 122. Richard Penhallow, born March 31, 1781 in New London, Norwich, Conn.; died September 18, 1843 in Stockton, Ny. He was the son of 244. Richard Penhallow and 245. Huldah Canfield. He married 123. Abigail House December 07, 1808 in Hartford, Eastbury, Conn.
        123. Abigail House, born March 16, 1790 in Glastonbury, Hartford, Conn.; died January 21, 1866 in Mallory Township, Clayton, IA. She was the daughter of 246. Abner House and 247. Chloe Hollister.
        
Children of Richard Penhallow and Abigail House are:
  1. 61i.Phoebe S. Penhollow, born 1820 in Ct; died March 12, 1902 in Clayton, Ia; married Artemus N. Stone.
  2. ii.Female Penhollow, born 1809; died Unknown.
  3. iii.Miranda Penhollow, died Unknown.
  4. iv.Maria Penhollow, born 1811; died Unknown.
  5. v.Edna W Penhollow, born January 13, 1813; died Unknown.
  6. vi.Polly Penhollow, born 1814; died Unknown.
  7. vii.Richard W Penhollow, born June 24, 1815; died Unknown.
  8. viii.Clarissa House Penhollow, born March 03, 1818; died Unknown.
  9. ix.Amanda Penhollow, born 1830; died Unknown.


Generation No. 8

        232. Hendrick Corl, born 1729 in Schenectedy, NY; died 1842 in Schenectedy, NY. He married 233. Maria Olin (Oleyn) WFT Est. 1748-1778.
        233. Maria Olin (Oleyn), born 1733 in Schenectedy, NY; died WFT Est. 1761-1827 in Schenectedy, NY.
        
Child of Hendrick Corl and Maria Olin (Oleyn) is:
  1. 116i.John (Johannes) Corl, born April 03, 1757 in Schenectedy, NY; died April 24, 1842 in Schenectedy, NY; married Susannah Van Vorst WFT Est. 1774-1794.

  2. 234. Jan Baptist Van Vorst, born October 21, 1711 in Schenectedy, NY; died June 28, 1789 in Albany, NY. He married 235. Catarina (Trientien) Marselis WFT Est. 1730-1760.
        235. Catarina (Trientien) Marselis, born July 31, 1715 in Schenectedy, NY; died WFT Est. 1760-1810.
        
Child of Jan Van Vorst and Catarina Marselis is:
  1. 117i.Susannah Van Vorst, born July 23, 1758 in Schenectedy, NY; died Abt. 1800 in Schenectedy, NY; married John (Johannes) Corl WFT Est. 1774-1794.

  2. 240. Josiah Stone, Jr, born Abt. 1762 in Providence Co, RI; died August 17, 1840 in Charlotte, Chautauqua Co, NY. He was the son of 480. Josiah Stone, Sr and 481. Lois Fisk. He married 241. Lois Bennett Abt. 1782 in prob. Kent Co, RI.
        241. Lois Bennett, born Abt. October 1757 in Kent Co, RI; died January 02, 1858 in Charlotte, Chautauqua Co , NY. She was the daughter of 482. John Bennett.
        
Child of Josiah Stone and Lois Bennett is:
  1. 120i.Andrew Stone, born July 02, 1791 in Whiting, Addison Co, VT; died July 14, 1879 in Lodomillo Twp, Garber, Clayton Co , IA; married Aurelia Crandall Abt. 1816 in prob. Plymouth Twp, Chenango Co, NY.

  2. 242. Sylvester Crandall, born 1752 in NY; died 1845 in VT. He married 243. Mercy Barnes.
        243. Mercy Barnes, born 1755; died Unknown.
        
Child of Sylvester Crandall and Mercy Barnes is:
  1. 121i.Aurelia Crandall, born August 30, 1796 in Guilford, Windham Co, VT; died December 20, 1850 in Charlotte, Chautauqua Co, NY; married Andrew Stone Abt. 1816 in prob. Plymouth Twp, Chenango Co, NY.

  2. 244. Richard Penhallow, born 1737 in Mass.; died May 18, 1817 in East Hartford, CT. He was the son of 488. John Penhallow and 489. Sarah Wentworth. He married 245. Huldah Canfield June 13, 1780 in Danbury, Fairfield, CT.
        245. Huldah Canfield, born December 1756 in Connecticut; died March 02, 1851 in Charlotte, Chautauqua, NY. She was the daughter of 490. David Canfield and 491. Mary Northrop.
        
Children of Richard Penhallow and Huldah Canfield are:
  1. 122i.Richard Penhallow, born March 31, 1781 in New London, Norwich, Conn.; died September 18, 1843 in Stockton, Ny; married Abigail House December 07, 1808 in Hartford, Eastbury, Conn.
  2. ii.John Penhallow, born April 08, 1782; died Unknown.
  3. iii.Samuel Penhallow, born October 30, 1783; died Unknown.
  4. iv.Daniel Penhallow, born May 17, 1785; died Unknown.
  5. v.Mary Penhallow, born June 02, 1787; died Unknown.
  6. vi.Thomas Penhallow, born September 02, 1789; died Unknown.
  7. vii.Sarah Penhallow, born November 22, 1791; died Unknown.
  8. viii.Anna Penhallow, born January 24, 1793; died Unknown.
  9. ix.Reuben Penhallow, born April 11, 1796; died Unknown.
  10. x.Nathan Penhallow, born August 01, 1797; died Unknown.
  11. xi.David Penhallow, born December 11, 1800; died Unknown.
  12. xii.Hiram Penhallow, born 1804; died Unknown.
  13. xiii.Robert Penhallow, died Unknown.

  14. 246. Abner House, born October 08, 1759 in Glastonbury. Conn.; died August 13, 1839 in Glastonbury. Conn.. He married 247. Chloe Hollister March 17, 1782 in Easrbury, Conn..
        247. Chloe Hollister, born October 03, 1762 in Eastbury, Conn.; died October 1825 in Eastbury, Conn..
        
Child of Abner House and Chloe Hollister is:
  1. 123i.Abigail House, born March 16, 1790 in Glastonbury, Hartford, Conn.; died January 21, 1866 in Mallory Township, Clayton, IA; married Richard Penhallow December 07, 1808 in Hartford, Eastbury, Conn.


Generation No. 9

        480. Josiah Stone, Sr, born Abt. 1744 in Cranston, Providence Co, RI; died September 1831 in Johnston, Providence Co, RI. He was the son of 960. Jonathan Stone and 961. Hannah Westcott. He married 481. Lois Fisk Abt. 1763.
        481. Lois Fisk, born in Providence Co, RI; died 1809 in Warwick, Kent Co, RI.
        
Child of Josiah Stone and Lois Fisk is:
  1. 240i.Josiah Stone, Jr, born Abt. 1762 in Providence Co, RI; died August 17, 1840 in Charlotte, Chautauqua Co, NY; married Lois Bennett Abt. 1782 in prob. Kent Co, RI.

  2. 482. John Bennett, died Unknown.
        
Child of John Bennett is:
  1. 241i.Lois Bennett, born Abt. October 1757 in Kent Co, RI; died January 02, 1858 in Charlotte, Chautauqua Co , NY; married Josiah Stone, Jr Abt. 1782 in prob. Kent Co, RI.

  2. 488. John Penhallow, born 1723; died 1809. He was the son of 976. John Penhallow and 977. Elizabeth Buter Watts. He married 489. Sarah Wentworth.
        489. Sarah Wentworth, born 1719; died 1788. She was the daughter of 978. Hunking Wentworth and 979. Elizabeth Wibird.
        
Child of John Penhallow and Sarah Wentworth is:
  1. 244i.Richard Penhallow, born 1737 in Mass.; died May 18, 1817 in East Hartford, CT; married Huldah Canfield June 13, 1780 in Danbury, Fairfield, CT.

  2. 490. David Canfield, born 1724 in Milford, New Haven, Conn; died 1806. He was the son of 980. Jeramiah Canfield and 981. Judith Mallory. He married 491. Mary Northrop.
        491. Mary Northrop, died 1756.
        
Child of David Canfield and Mary Northrop is:
  1. 245i.Huldah Canfield, born December 1756 in Connecticut; died March 02, 1851 in Charlotte, Chautauqua, NY; married Richard Penhallow June 13, 1780 in Danbury, Fairfield, CT.


Generation No. 10

        960. Jonathan Stone, born 1720 in Providence, Providence Co, RI; died August 25, 1770 in Johnston, Providence Co, RI. He was the son of 1920. John Stone and 1921. Abigail Foster. He married 961. Hannah Westcott Abt. 1743 in Providence Co, RI.
        961. Hannah Westcott, born April 07, 1725 in Plymouth Co, MA; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 1922. Benjamin Westcott and 1923. Bethia Gardiner.

Notes for Jonathan Stone:
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Note 206 from RC Stone, 1866

Jonathan Stone (661) was the oldest son of John Stone (4), by the second marriage with Abigail Foster and lived a portion, perhaps his whole life, in Mashantatack. The well called " Jonty's well," is only a short distance Southwest of the Old Meeting House Lot. "Jonty's house," which stood near the well, is taken down, and the field called -"Jonty's Orchard " is known now by that designation, though the apple trees disappeared before the remembrance of the present generation. Various deeds, some of gift and some of consideration, passed from John (4) to Jonathan, his son. He was a tanner and currier, and his tanyard was on the opposite side of the road from his house and well. Of his children, we learn but little, with certainty. The probability is that John Stone (1684) and Abigail Stone (1685) were the children of Jonathan Stone. The reasons are: Benjamin Stone (663) had no children. Joseph Stone (664) had but one child, a daughter. The families of the elder brothers, John (656), George (657) and William (658) are all traced, with their several branches. Nor could John (l684) and Abigail (1685) have sprung from Hugh. No male descendant can be traced at all, farther than Thomas (9) and Oliver (10). Nor can they be traced to Peter (3), as not a John is found from 1704 to 1772, in this branch. Sixty-eight years, and no name of John, and not one Abigail in the Peter (3) branch at all. Besides, we have the descendants of Peter (3), in all their various branches. But those names, John and Abigail, would be likely to be found, if they were the children of Jonathan, as his father was John and his mother, Abigail. Again: Jonathan's wife was Hannah Westcott,-- not Elizabeth Westcott, as in the Statistics,-and John (1684) named his second daughter; Hannah. See page 80. Moreover, a granddaughter of John (1684) informed the writer she was sure she had heard her mother say that her grandfather was named Jonathan. John (1684) moved from Cranston to Coventry about the time of his marriage, in 1766, and died when twenty-five years old, leaving three children. He was buried on the farm which he owned, and whereon he lived. His widow, Phebe (Daily) Stone, married William King, and lived, for more than forty years on the same farm. The statistics on page 80.
        
Child of Jonathan Stone and Hannah Westcott is:
  1. 480i.Josiah Stone, Sr, born Abt. 1744 in Cranston, Providence Co, RI; died September 1831 in Johnston, Providence Co, RI; married Lois Fisk Abt. 1763.

  2. 976. John Penhallow, died Unknown. He was the son of 1952. Samuel Penhallow and 1953. Mary Cutt. He married 977. Elizabeth Buter Watts.
        977. Elizabeth Buter Watts, died Unknown.
        
Child of John Penhallow and Elizabeth Watts is:
  1. 488i.John Penhallow, born 1723; died 1809; married Sarah Wentworth.

  2. 978. Hunking Wentworth, born 1697 in Portsmouth, Rockingham, NH; died 1784. He was the son of 1956. John Wentworth and 1957. Sarah Hunking. He married 979. Elizabeth Wibird.
        979. Elizabeth Wibird, born 1708 in Portsmouth, Rockingham, NH; died 1731. She was the daughter of 1958. Richard Wibird and 1959. Elizabeth.
        
Child of Hunking Wentworth and Elizabeth Wibird is:
  1. 489i.Sarah Wentworth, born 1719; died 1788; married John Penhallow.

  2. 980. Jeramiah Canfield, born 1688 in New Haven, CT; died 1746 in Fort Edward,USA. He married 981. Judith Mallory.
        981. Judith Mallory, born 1689 in New Haven, CT; died 1725.
        
Child of Jeramiah Canfield and Judith Mallory is:
  1. 490i.David Canfield, born 1724 in Milford, New Haven, Conn; died 1806; married Mary Northrop.


Generation No. 11

        1920. John Stone, born 1675 in Warwick, Kent Co, RI; died 1759 in Cranston, Providence Co, RI. He was the son of 3840. Hugh Stone and 3841. Abigail Busecot. He married 1921. Abigail Foster.
        1921. Abigail Foster, born 1677; died 1760 in Cranston, Providence Co, RI.

Notes for John Stone:
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Richard C. Stone gives the date of birth as 1674

Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island by John Osborne Austin gives date
of death as 1750

Lived in Warwick until 1712. He was a Wheelright and chair-maker by trade
and built a home on his father's land.

While his son William was still quite young, John removed to a farm at Meshantatack, in Cranston, RI. There he remained until 1759, when he went to Coventry, where he died. He was buried at Scituate in the family burial ground of his son, Jeremiah. (??)

From Winch Genealogical Database, a component of the Indexed GEDCOM Method of GenWeb authoring. September 7, 1996

Following information and wording of documents is from The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island; Comprising Three Generations of Settlers Who Came Before 1690. By John Osborne Austin, 1887, published by Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.

1725, June 29 - He bought 127 acres, etc. of Tristram Derby for 125 pounds.

1738, Mar. 8 - He deeded to son Jonathan, for love, etc. 50 acres of upland and meadow west side of Pauchassett River, "a little eastwardly of my dwelling house."

1759, Sept. 29 - Will - proved. Exx. wife Abigail. To wife all indoor movables. To son Joseph, all my outdoor movables, viz: all my cattle, horses, sheep, hogs, fowls, carts, ploughs, etc., and to him also wearing apparel. To rest of children, 5s [shillings?] each, viz: to Hannah, George, John, William, Jonathan, Ruth, Benjamin, Abigail, Lydia, Anne and Prudence. These had received some estate before. To granddaughter Abigail Fisk, 50 pounds at eighteen or marriage.

He was buried in the family burial ground.

From Dave Stone, Nov. 5, 1996:

Sometime before 1867, the Trustees of the Old Stone burial ground (a few miles s.w. of Elmwood on Pontiac Rd. near Cranston) removed the bones of John and his two wives, Hannah Barnes and Abigail Foster, to that place. They were buried from five and a half to six feet deep, on a small ridge of land near a branch of the Pochasset River in a bluish, sandy clay. Although buried 107 years, Hannah 154 years and Abigail 106 years, the skeletons were in an entire state of preservation with Hannah's hair still braided and wound in a coil as sound and perfect as the day she had been laid down to sleep in the early 1700's.

Note 111 from Richard C. Stone's book, The Genealogy of the Stone Family originating in Rhode Island, 1866:

John Stone, the third son of Hugh Stone, was born in old Warwick, where he lived till the year 1712. He was a wheelright and chairmaker by trade, and built a house on his father's land, now called the Barlo Greene farm, near "Mark Rock." The lot of two acres was deeded by Hugh to his son John Oct. 16th, 1706, and is described as the lot on which "John had built his house." The same year, Sept. 29th, 1706, Thomas Barnes, by his Will, bequeathed his son Thomas to his brother-in-law, John Stone, until he was twenty years of age. Between 1812 and 1815, his first wife, Hannah Barnes died, and he married Abigail Foster. The boy, Thomas Barnes, was taken from his care and placed under the guardianship of an uncle Barnes, in Warwick, where he probably remained when his uncle, John Stone, removed to Mashantatack, where he two older brothers had already settled. John Stone was an active and industrious man, possessing by gift and purchase, a large real estate, and was much respected by his acquaintances; he was a man of genial temperament, mirthful and sportive, even to the close of life, and left a large family in good circumstances for those early times, from whom has descended a large posterity of much intelligence and moral worth. He had three sons by his first marriage, all of whom have many descendants; and eight children by the last marriage, all settled in Rhode Island. He died about the year 1754.

hab reference #1376[Parker_Stone.FTW]

Married a second time to Abagail Foster

More About John Stone:
Burial: Unknown, Old Stone Cemetery, Cranston, RI
Occupation: Farmer, Wheelwright, chairmaker
Religion: Baptist
        
Child of John Stone and Abigail Foster is:
  1. 960i.Jonathan Stone, born 1720 in Providence, Providence Co, RI; died August 25, 1770 in Johnston, Providence Co, RI; married Hannah Westcott Abt. 1743 in Providence Co, RI.

  2. 1922. Benjamin Westcott, born July 04, 1684 in Old Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island; died 1766 in Cranston, RI. He was the son of 3844. Jeremiah Westcott and 3845. Eleanor England. He married 1923. Bethia Gardiner.
        1923. Bethia Gardiner, born 1687; died February 02, 1760.
        
Child of Benjamin Westcott and Bethia Gardiner is:
  1. 961i.Hannah Westcott, born April 07, 1725 in Plymouth Co, MA; died Unknown; married Jonathan Stone Abt. 1743 in Providence Co, RI.

  2. 1952. Samuel Penhallow, born 1665 in St.Mabyn, Cornwall, England; died 1726 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. He was the son of 3904. Chamond Penhallow and 3905. Anne Tamlyn. He married 1953. Mary Cutt.
        1953. Mary Cutt, born 1669 in Portsmouth, Rockingham, NH; died 1712 in Portsmouth, NH. She was the daughter of 3906. John Cutt and 3907. Hannah Starr.
        
Child of Samuel Penhallow and Mary Cutt is:
  1. 976i.John Penhallow, died Unknown; married Elizabeth Buter Watts.

  2. 1956. John Wentworth, born 1670 in Dover, Strafford, NH; died 1730 in Dover, Strafford, NH. He was the son of 3912. Samuel Wentworth and 3913. Mary Benning. He married 1957. Sarah Hunking.
        1957. Sarah Hunking, born 1673; died 1741. She was the daughter of 3914. Mark Hunking and 3915. Sarah Sherburne.
        
Child of John Wentworth and Sarah Hunking is:
  1. 978i.Hunking Wentworth, born 1697 in Portsmouth, Rockingham, NH; died 1784; married Elizabeth Wibird.

  2. 1958. Richard Wibird, born in Portsmouth, Rockingham, NH; died Unknown. He married 1959. Elizabeth.
        1959. Elizabeth, died Unknown.
        
Child of Richard Wibird and Elizabeth is:
  1. 979i.Elizabeth Wibird, born 1708 in Portsmouth, Rockingham, NH; died 1731; married Hunking Wentworth.


Generation No. 12

        3840. Hugh Stone, born Abt. 1638 in England; died 1728 in Providence, RI. He married 3841. Abigail Busecot 1665 in Warwick, RI.
        3841. Abigail Busecot, born Abt. 1640; died 1723. She was the daughter of 7682. Peter Busecot and 7683. Mary May.

Notes for Hugh Stone:
[btstone.FTW]

From Family History Library, Ancestral Record (Sept. 10, 1996):

Buried in Pettaconsett Cr. Rhode Island

From notes of H. Andrew Brown, a Stone family researcher:

By 1653, Hugh Stone was at Providence RI where he was assaulted on the Common Highway by a William Foxerie, a seaman. In testimony heard by the Town Deputies on 15 August 1653, Hugh Stone said:

"Thatt I cominge to the Watters syde At providence & desired to goe ouer With my horses I beinge Com newly outt of the Woods & Wery & I stood by the Watters syd Expectinge A Canno William ffoxie being Abord the new Vessell Came Sodenly A shore Where I was & one A Soden Stroke mee With the Stick ore ppoule hee had Jn his hand befor I Was Awar thereof & Withoutt Speakinge A Word to mee thatt I did Understand ore glue any heed to . . . & All thatt hee Sayd then to mee Was Whatt did you tell thatt man Abord of me . . ."

The following information and wording of documents is from The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island; comprising Three Generations of Settlers Who Came Before 1690 (With many families carried to the Fourth Generation) by John Osborne Austin (1887), published by the Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.

He was a blacksmith.
1666, May 14 - "I, Hugh Stone, late servnt to Mr. John Paine, of Boston, Merchant, by and with the consent of my aforesaid master, do covenant and agree with Mr. Randall Holden of Warwick" etc. "to serve the said Randall Holden, from the date of the date hereof three years true and faithful service. Not absent without leave," etc. "and I Randall Holden, agree to furnish meat, drink, clothes and all other necessaries all the time of his aforesaid service, and I do promise to give him double apparel," etc.

1678 - Freeman

1680, Aug. 22 - He and wife Abigail, gave to Edward Carter and Elizabeth his wife, the keeping and custody of our daughter Catherine, aged six years in this Instant month of August, till seventeen years of age, to deal kindly with her" etc.

1692, Dec. 10 - He and wife Abigail, exchanged land with Job Greene, giving him land deeded from father-in-law, Peter Busecot, deceased.

1704, Mar. 12 - He made an agreement with son John, by which the latter was to have his father's house, orchard, meadow, etc. in Warwick, he paying to his brother Hugh Stone, Jr., fifty shillings, and like amount to brother George Stone, and if wither Hugh Stone, Jr. or his wife should be disabled by the providence of God "or by old age or nonability to get our living and sustenance, and if our said John shall do his utmost to see and provide for us during time of our natural lives, sufficient maintenance, and behave himself as a dutiful son ought to do to his parents in all respects," etc. then agreement to be binding. If John did not fulfill the contract, the deed to be void. The deed never took effect, but was revoked and land sold subsequently to another person.

1796, Oct. 10 - He deeded son John, for love, etc. 2 acres where son had set his house in Warwick.

1723 - He sold Barlo Greene, homestead in Warwick; the same lands his son John was to have had by agreement of nineteen years previous.

1723, June 29 - Providence. He bought of Sarah Lawrence, widow, executrix of William Lawrence, deceased, for 265 pounds, mansion house and farm where she dwelt, bounded partly on the south and east by Pawtuxet River and partly on the north by land of John Stone, 60 acres area.

1726, Feb. 24 - He sold his new homestead to son John, for goodwill, etc.

1726, Feb. 24 - Agreement with son John, by which after his and wife's death, legacies were to be paid by said son, viz: to son Hugh, 20 pounds and a gun; grandsons Peter and John (sons of Peter), 20 pounds each; daughter Mary Ralph, 40 pounds; daughter Catherine Spicer, 40s [shillings?]; daughter Abigail West, feather bed, etc.; daughter Alice Fisk, 40s, warming pan and iron kettle; daughter Ann Utter, 3 pounds; grandchildren Thomas Barnes and Ann Stone, 5s each; son John the rest.

His last residence is marked by the monument erected to his memory in recent years in the old Stone Burial Ground.

From Richard C. Stone's book The Genealogy of the Stone Family originating in Rhode Island, 1866:

The probability is that Hugh Stone came to Rhode Island in the ship Deborah, which was in Narragansett bay, in the year 1657. A ship of that name sailed from London for New England, in the early part of the same year, with many emigrants; their names and their number we are not furnished, but soon after this, Hugh Stone is mentioned among the inhabitants of Warwick, and continued, in some connexion or other, till he left for Providence, the part which is now Cranston, nearly sixty years afterwards. The following singular instrument passed upon the records of Warwick: "Know all men by these presents, that I, Hugh Stone, of Warwick, Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, for and in consideration of what is hereafter expressed, do grant and pass over to my son, John Stone of the same town, my mansion house, fencings, orchards, meadows, and all my whole right and title to all my lands and tenements, with the privileges and appurtenances lying in the town of Warwick aforesaid, to have and to hold forever without molestation; in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twelfth day of March, in the fourth year of the Reighne of our Souvreighne Lady Anne, by the grace of God Queen of England, Anno Domin nostri 1704. For consideration, it is the condition of this deed, that if I, or my wife, or both of us, should by the Providence of God be disabled in our, or either of our persons, or by old age or nonability to get our living and sustenance, and if our said son John shall do his utmost endeavour, to see and provide for us during the time of our natural lives sufficient maintenance, and behave himself as a dutiful son ought to do to his parents, in all respects, and pay to his brother, Hugh Stone, the sum of fifty shillings, in money or in good merchantable pay equal to money; and also fifty shillings to his brother, our son George Stone, of like money, or pay equivalent to money, then, after our decease, the above premises to be his own forever - but if otherwise, this deed shall be utterly void and of none effect." Two years afterwards this instrument was given up - John Stone in 1712, moved to Mashantatack, then in Providence, now Cranston, near to where his brothers, Hugh and Peter, had bought and settled a few years before. At this place, and on John Stone's land, afterwards owned by his youngest son, Joseph Stone commonly called Deacon Joe, was built the first church in the town of Cranston, then Providence; the worshippers were Baptist, and although the house is now, and has been for many years, away, still there are those living who have, in their childhood, worshipped in that ancient sanctuary. The father, Hugh Stone, remained some twelve years longer in Warwick, when, in 1723, he deeded the same property as above to Barlo Greene, bought an improved farm of Susan Lawrence, the widow of the late William Lawrence, the same year, and when nearly ninety years old, made his last remove to the place known as the Doctor Aldrich farm, where, some two or three years afterwards, he died. On this farm is the "Old Stone burying ground." There, our common ancestor, and three of his sons, Hugh, Peter and John, all rest together - there, too, some of every generation, as far as the sixth, lie side by side. Of the decease of his wife there is neither record nor tradition; the probability is, she was living when he bought the Lawrence farm, in 1723. He passed through a long life beloved and respected, died at the age of 90 or over, and his posterity, a few of whom have reached the ninth generation, probably number over three thousand.

hab #2752[Parker_Stone.FTW]

Hugh was a farmer and lived in Warwick until 1723, then moved to Cranston and later to Providence

More About Hugh Stone:
Christening: 1638

Notes for Abigail Busecot:
[btstone.FTW]

Other spellings of Abigail's name: Busecott, Busecot, Burzecut, Bassaker. Her father, Peter, had a blacksmith business which Hugh took over. Hugh was the first "Smith" in Warwick.

From WFT, Tree of Westcott, Stone and Battey, Tree No. 6368
and
Winch Genealogical Database, a component of the Indexed GEDCOM Method of GenWeb authoring.

Additional children besides John (and their spouses) from:

Family History Library, Schaumburg, IL, September 10, 1966
        
Child of Hugh Stone and Abigail Busecot is:
  1. 1920i.John Stone, born 1675 in Warwick, Kent Co, RI; died 1759 in Cranston, Providence Co, RI; married Abigail Foster.

  2. 3844. Jeremiah Westcott, born Abt. 1633 in Yeovil, Somersetshire, England; died 1686 in Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island. He was the son of 7688. Stukely Westcott and 7689. Rosanna Hill. He married 3845. Eleanor England July 27, 1665 in Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island.
        3845. Eleanor England, born 1644 in Portsmorth, Rhode Island; died February 02, 1689/90 in Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island. She was the daughter of 7690. William England.

Notes for Jeremiah Westcott:
[btstone.FTW]

From information received from Fred Sherwood:

1670, Nov 22. he received a deed from his father for land.

1672. He became a freeman

1686, Dec 13. He died intestate, will made by town council. The estate was left to Eleanor so she could raise the children and pay debts. Her son Jeremiah was to assist her. The children Jeremiah, Stukely, Josiah, Samuel, William, Benjamin and Eleanor were to receive 12 pence at age.GEDCOM provided by Carolyn Proffitt Winch <gumby@edge.net>

Jeremiah was a town officer in Warwick, 1664; freeman, 1672; lived on a farm there; died without making a will. The town fathers made one for him (as was the custom in those days).
source: "The Lee Family of Hounsfield, NY" by Walter John Coates, Litt. D

His father, Stukely, gave him a farm for life adjoining the homestead farm and here Jeremiah passed the remainder of his life.
source: Stukely Westcott book by Bullock p 155

Notes for Eleanor England:
[btstone.FTW]

Deathdate listed as 1690/1691.

Information from RI Vital Records?
GEDCOM provided by Carolyn Proffitt Winch <gumby@edge.net>
        
Child of Jeremiah Westcott and Eleanor England is:
  1. 1922i.Benjamin Westcott, born July 04, 1684 in Old Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island; died 1766 in Cranston, RI; married Bethia Gardiner.

  2. 3904. Chamond Penhallow, died 1689 in Philleigh, Cornwall, England. He was the son of 7808. Richard Penhallow and 7809. Mary Porter. He married 3905. Anne Tamlyn.
        3905. Anne Tamlyn, died Unknown.
        
Child of Chamond Penhallow and Anne Tamlyn is:
  1. 1952i.Samuel Penhallow, born 1665 in St.Mabyn, Cornwall, England; died 1726 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire; married Mary Cutt.

  2. 3906. John Cutt, born in Wales; died 1681 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. He was the son of 7812. Richard Cutt. He married 3907. Hannah Starr.
        3907. Hannah Starr, born 1632 in Ashford,Kent,England; died 1674 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. She was the daughter of 7814. Comfort Starr and 7815. Elizabeth Veritas.
        
Child of John Cutt and Hannah Starr is:
  1. 1953i.Mary Cutt, born 1669 in Portsmouth, Rockingham, NH; died 1712 in Portsmouth, NH; married Samuel Penhallow.

  2. 3912. Samuel Wentworth, born 1641 in Dover, Strafford, NH; died 1689 in Portsmouth, Rockingham, NH. He married 3913. Mary Benning.
        3913. Mary Benning, born 1645 in Tatmour,England; died 1723.
        
Child of Samuel Wentworth and Mary Benning is:
  1. 1956i.John Wentworth, born 1670 in Dover, Strafford, NH; died 1730 in Dover, Strafford, NH; married Sarah Hunking.

  2. 3914. Mark Hunking, born 1650 in Portsmouth, Rockingham, NH; died Unknown. He married 3915. Sarah Sherburne.
        3915. Sarah Sherburne, born 1650 in Portsmouth, Rockingham, NH; died 1720.
        
Child of Mark Hunking and Sarah Sherburne is:
  1. 1957i.Sarah Hunking, born 1673; died 1741; married John Wentworth.


Generation No. 13

        7682. Peter Busecot, born in France; died Abt. 1692 in Warwick, Kent Co, RI. He married 7683. Mary May.
        7683. Mary May, born Abt. 1624; died Aft. 1692.

Notes for Peter Busecot:
[btstone.FTW]

The following information and wording of documents is from The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island; comprising Three Generations of Settlers Who Came Before 1690 (With many families carried to the Fourth Generation) by John Osborne Austin (1887), published by the Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.

Boston, Massachusetts; Warwick, Rhode Island.

He was a blacksmith.

1636, Sep. 6. He was "censured for drunkenness to be whipped, and to have twenty stripes sharply inflicted, and fined 5 pounds, for slighting the Magistrates, or what they could do, saying they could but fine him." His fine was remitted to 20 shillings.

1638, Dec. 4. He and Richard Geaves, for quarreling and fighting were referred to the court at Salem.

1643, Hartford. He had a trial to make nails with less loss and at as cheap a rate as Thomas Hurlbut.

1647, Sep. 2. Fined 20 shillings for resisting the watch.

1648, Jun. 5. Warwick. He was recorded as an inhabitant; and had 6 acre house lot granted him the same year.

1648, Oct. 17. The court (at Hartford) sentenced him to be committed to prison "there to be kept in safe custody till the sermon, and then to stand in the time thereof in the pillory, and after the sermon to be severely whipped." (He had spoken profanely of the members of the church.)

1649, Jan. 18. He sold John Wickes, all his right in a meadow adjacent to Pawtuxet River, for "three quarts of sack, which I have received and am fully satisfied for the same."

1649, Jul. 26. It was ordered that the smith, Peter Busecot, have a lot against Mr. Holliman's lot, and that in case he build upon another man's lot, he shall not forfeit his own for want of building upon it, notwithstanding any further orders to the contrary; "and this to be no precedent," &c.

1651, Mar. 18. Town Sergeant, being chosen in place of John Cook, displaced for misdemeanor.

1651, May 5. Ordered "that the ditch that Peter Busecot made by the side of his lot shall stand, he giving 16 shillings towards the making the highway over the run unto the Neck, by his lot, although some part of the ditch may not be on his own land."

1653, Feb. 7. He was granted a 6 acre lot in some place where it may not be prejudicial, at the discretion of the layers out, which he is to have in full satisfaction for his bill for pay, due him for service due the town.

1655, Jan. 8. He bought of Edward Andrews, all his housing, and three lots of 6 acres each, for 20 pounds, &c., to be paid as follows: one cow, now at John Coggeshall's, on Rhode Island, to be delivered before May 1st, prized by two indifferent persons; 3 pounds to be paid in good peage at money pay, and settled on or before February 14th, and 7 pounds more (the cow and the 3 pounds aforesaid, to be settled up by Michaelmas next); also 10 pounds, to be paid in peage Sep. 29th, 1657, at money pay, and at same time 25 shillings, for forbearance of last payment. Possession not to be immediate, but provided for.

1655. Freeman.

1657. He was sued by Ezekiel Holliman, for debt, by Thomas Bradley, for slander, and by Abigail Sweet, for tresspass and slander, and he brought suit against Thomas Bradley, for both debt and slander.

1659, May 4. He sold Anthony Low, the dwelling house bought of Edward Andrews, as also new shop and 6 acres that house stands and on six other lots adjoining, with commonage, for full satisfaction.

1663, Aug. 5. He and wife Mary, sold a house and lot to Anthony Low.

1681, Jul. 4. He made agreement with Hugh Stone, deeding him 12 acres, but not to be molested in quiet and peaceable possession of his house while he lives, and also to retain for life, orchard on said 12 acres, and privilege of enclosing 3 acres for his use while he lives. His son-in-law to give him a cow already agreed on, and at Peter's death, the house, orchard and all the 12 acres to belong to Hugh Stone. If Peter died within two years, his son-in-law Hugh Stone, was to pay 2 pounds, 10 shillings, to assignees of said Peter Busecot. Both signed the agreement.

1692 - He and wife deeded land.

From Richard C. Stone's book The Stone Family originating in Rhode Island, 1866:

The records show Peter Busecot, the father-in-law of Hugh Stone, among the earlier settlers of Warwick. His name is associated with Samuel Gorton, Randall Holden, Esekiel Holliman (the man who baptized Roger Williams), Richard Carder, and some thirty original proprietors and share-holders in the arrangements, settings off, and grants from 1643 to 1670. Peter Busecot was by trade a blacksmith, and though possessed of a small landed estate was never affluent. He was evidently restless in his disposition, occasionally engaged in lawsuits, frequently petitioning the town authorities for privileges, and almost a land broker, judging by the frequencies of his sales and purchases. The following is a sample of some of the Deeds of that age, of the town of Warwick: "Know all men by these presents, that I, Peter Busecot, of the town of Warwick and Providence Plantations, have soulde unto Thomas Relph of said town, all that my dwelling house and housen and lands that I bought of George Belden, a part of which was given for maintaining a water power to serve Quinnimicote and Warwick. Dated 1655." This was bought of Belden in 1654, and by him bought of Thomas Thornicraft, to whom it was originally granted, in 1647. It will be remembered that Warwick was settled in 1642, being the last of the four principal settlements in Rhode Island. Providence in 1636, by Roger Williams; Porthmouth in 1638 by John Coddington; Wickford in 1640 by Richard Smith, and Warwick in 1642 by Samuel Gorton. Of the nationality of our maternal grandfather we cannot determine with certainty, it is, however, most probably French. His name is spelt variously, Bazecot, Buzicot, Bussecott and Busecot, and is probably pronounced according to the French ending of t, as if written Buseco, and that he emigrated to this country and State with the Tourtelots, Frys, Nichols, Tarbeaux, Tourjes and other Huguenots, driven from their own country by the Revocation of the Edict of Nantz. Be that as it may, we find him in Warwick, in 1643. Notwithstanding the restless character of our common ancestor, we find him much beloved and respected; every petition of his which came before the court and council of Warwick, was granted; and when his only son, Peter, Jr., was wounded in the leg by the accidental discharge of a gun, in the hands of another boy, a town meeting was called, and funds were raised, and the young man sent to Newport that he might receive the best surgical aid the country afforded - and when, in spite of all attention and care, the young man died, the town was again convened, resolutions tendering their sympathy to the afflicted parents and sisters were passed, and the expenses of the funeral paid by the generous colonists. The death of this young man left Peter Busecot with but two surviving children, Mary, the wife of Peter Spencer of Norwich, Conn., and Abigail, who, as we have before stated, was the wife of our ancestor.
[Parker_Stone.FTW]

My records indicate he was located in Warwick, RI, byt had come from Hartford
        
Child of Peter Busecot and Mary May is:
  1. 3841i.Abigail Busecot, born Abt. 1640; died 1723; married Hugh Stone 1665 in Warwick, RI.

  2. 7688. Stukely Westcott, born 1592 in Somerset, England; died January 12, 1677/78 in Portsmouth, RI. He was the son of 15376. Guy Westcott and 15377. Mary Stukely. He married 7689. Rosanna Hill Aft. 1622.
        7689. Rosanna Hill, born 1592 in of Somerset, England; died Abt. 1670. She was the daughter of 15378. William Hill and 15379. Jane Young.

Notes for Stukely Westcott:
[btstone.FTW]

Source: Compendium of American Genealogy: First Families of America:

Stukeley was a founder, with Roger Williams, of Providence Plantations.

From the Rhode Island Dictionary of Genealogy.

1636. Freeman, and received as an inhabitant.

1638, Mar. 12. He with others of Salem, &c., having had license to depart, it was ordered by General Court of Massachusetts that summons should go out for them to appear at the next court in May if they be not gone before, to answer such things as shall be objected.

1638, Oct. 8. Providence. He and eleven others had a deed from Roger Williams of land the latter had bought of Canonicus and Miantonomi. He had a lot granted him soon after.

1639, Jul. 1. He and his wife are alluded to in a letter from Rv. Hugh Peters of Salem to the church at Dorchester, as having had "the great censure passed upon them in this our church." he says that they and certain others "wholly refused to hear the church, denying it and all the churches in the Bay to be true churches," &c. He was one of the twelve original members of the First Baptist Church, organized at Providence this year.

1640, Jul. 27. he signed an agreement with thirty-eight others of Providence for their civil government.

1648, Jun. 5. Warwick. He was recorded as one of the inhabitants.

1650, Sep. 2. Taxed 13 shillings, 4 pence (at Providence, where he still owned real estate).

1651, May 6. It was ordered "that the ditch which Stukeley Westcott made upon the street way, shall stand; being about three or four pole, having paid his fine to the town which he was fined."

1651-52-53-55-60. Commissioner.

1652, Mar. 1. He bought 36 acres of John Gerardy.

1652, Jun. 7. John Cooke was granted liberty to make a highway between his uncle Stukeley Westcott and himself. At the same date Stukeley Westcott and two others were appointed to lay out the meadows about the town on Thursday next, "for the inhabitants which are yet not provided for, and so it is to be cast lot for."

1652-53-54-55-56, &c. Surveyor of Highways. He was often on juries, the pay of a juryman then being 6 pence for each case.

1653. Assistant. He was on a committee this year to confer with the Indians about fencing, &c.

1654. The Town Council met at his house.

1655. Freeman.

1655, May 7. He and Mr. Smith were ordered "to cast up what damage is due to the Indians, and place every mans' share according to his proportion and gather it up; and in case any one refuse to pay upon demand, then it shall be taken by distress, by a warrant from the Town Deputy."

1655, May 25. He was appointed to keep a house of entertainment. A sign was to be set out at the most perspicuous place.

1657, Jun. 14. He received from John Bennett of Warwick, eight cattle, nine pound of peage of eight a penny, and a house and land, and goods, engaging on behalf of himself and heirs to maintain the said John Bennett during his life in meat, drink and apparel. The only reservation was 5 pounds, to be at John Bennett's disposal during life.

1660, Mar. 3. He was foreman of Grand Inquest, his sons Amos and Jeremiah being also on the jury. Verdict: "We who are engaged to see the dead Indian, do find by diligent search that he was beaten, which was the cause of his death."

1664. He was authorized to keep an ordinary for entertainment of strangers during the time the King's Commissioners held court in Warwick.

1671. Deputy.

1677, Jan. 12. Will - Ex. son Amos. He died the same day will was made, while temporarily at Portsmouth. He calls himself aged about eighty-five. To eldest son Amos, all movable estate, as cattle, goods and chattels, and land at Potawomut Neck, meadow at Toseunk, and three-fourths of land at Coweset with privileges, &c. To grandson Amos, a town lot in Warwick, where I formerly lived, with orchard fencing, &c., 69 acre lot at Shawomet, 6 acre lot there, a share of land south of Pawtuxet River and a quarter of Coweset lands. He died before he could sign the will, but on petition of his sons Amos and Jeremiah, the Town Council approved it in effect as follows: To Amos, "the now eldest son," all goods, chattels, movables and lands, not otherwise disposed of, he being made the executor. A deed of gift from the deceased to his son Jeremiah, was now confirmed by the Town Council and other lands were given Jeremiah, but he was to pay 7 pounds, to the executor. To daughter Damaris Arnold, 20 shillings. To daughter Mercy Stafford, bed, &c. To grandson Zorobabel Westcott, eldest son of Robert, certain land. To grandson Amos Stafford, son of Samuel, land. To grandson Amos Westcott, son of Amos, land.

1695, Nov. 1. Testimony as to his will was given by Joseph Stafford, Mercy Stafford, and her son Amos, before John Greene, Deputy Governor. It was shown that testator would have signed it but was requested by Caleb Arnold to wait while his (the testator's) sons were sent for from Prudence Island, but by the time they came he was unable to sign.

1697, Feb. 18. The will was finally ordered recorded, by the Town Council.

GEDCOM provided by Carolyn Proffitt Winch <gumby@edge.net>

Freeman of Salem 1636, one of the 13 original proprietors of Providence, Rhode Island, settled in Warwick, Rhode lsland 1648, eight times a member of the court of commissioners, General Assistant of Providence Plantations, 1653.
Do not know who his father was for sure, his ancestry here is guesswork.

In memoranda made in April, 1656, by Benedict Arnold and found among his old family papers, stated: " My father (William Arnold) and his family sett sayle from Dartmouth in Old England, the first of May, Friday & arrived in New England (Thursday) June 24, 1635. On board was Stukely Westcott 48 of Yeovil, and his wife with children Robert, Damaris, Samuel 13, Amos 4, Mercy and Jeremiah. That Benedict, then twenty years of age, should have singled out the Westcott's to mention in his memoranda, may be safely explained by his promising friendship with Damaris Westcott, then about fifteen years old, and who later became his wife.

source: Bullock book on Stukely Westcott, and also some records from LDS family history files. Additional information from http://www.ctol.net/~billw/wescott.html

More About Stukely Westcott:
Burial: Unknown, Portsmouth, Newport Co, Rhode Island

Notes for Rosanna Hill:
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GEDCOM provided by Carolyn Proffitt Winch <gumby@edge.net>

source: Bullock's book on Stukely Westcott and http://www.ctol.net/~billw/wescott.html
        
Child of Stukely Westcott and Rosanna Hill is:
  1. 3844i.Jeremiah Westcott, born Abt. 1633 in Yeovil, Somersetshire, England; died 1686 in Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island; married Eleanor England July 27, 1665 in Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island.

  2. 7690. William England, born Abt. 1613 in of Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island; died Unknown.

Notes for William England:
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Child of William England is:
  1. 3845i.Eleanor England, born 1644 in Portsmorth, Rhode Island; died February 02, 1689/90 in Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island; married Jeremiah Westcott July 27, 1665 in Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island.

        
Child of William England and Elizabeth ??? is:

        7808. Richard Penhallow, died Unknown. He was the son of 15616. John Penhallow and 15617. Agnes Crocker. He married 7809. Mary Porter.
        7809. Mary Porter, died Unknown.
        
Child of Richard Penhallow and Mary Porter is:
  1. 3904i.Chamond Penhallow, died 1689 in Philleigh, Cornwall, England; married Anne Tamlyn.

  2. 7812. Richard Cutt, died Unknown.
        
Child of Richard Cutt is:
  1. 3906i.John Cutt, born in Wales; died 1681 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire; married Hannah Starr.

  2. 7814. Comfort Starr, born 1589 in Ashford,Kent,England; died 1659 in Boston, Suffolk Cty, Mass. He married 7815. Elizabeth Veritas.
        7815. Elizabeth Veritas, born 1589 in Shorne,Kent,England; died 1658 in Boston, Suffolk Cty, Mass.
        
Child of Comfort Starr and Elizabeth Veritas is:
  1. 3907i.Hannah Starr, born 1632 in Ashford,Kent,England; died 1674 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire; married John Cutt.


Generation No. 14

        15376. Guy Westcott, born 1566; died Unknown. He was the son of 30752. Edward Westcott and 30753. Demaris Stukely. He married 15377. Mary Stukely.
        15377. Mary Stukely, died Unknown. She was the daughter of 30754. Lewis Stukely and 30755. Margaret Arscote.
        
Child of Guy Westcott and Mary Stukely is:
  1. 7688i.Stukely Westcott, born 1592 in Somerset, England; died January 12, 1677/78 in Portsmouth, RI; married Rosanna Hill Aft. 1622.

  2. 15378. William Hill, died Unknown. He married 15379. Jane Young.
        15379. Jane Young, died Unknown. She was the daughter of 30758. John Young and 30759. Joan Cottington.
        
Child of William Hill and Jane Young is:
  1. 7689i.Rosanna Hill, born 1592 in of Somerset, England; died Abt. 1670; married Stukely Westcott Aft. 1622.

  2. 15616. John Penhallow, died 1604. He was the son of 31232. Thomas Penhallow and 31233. Christian Trenaalsces. He married 15617. Agnes Crocker.
        15617. Agnes Crocker, died Unknown. She was the daughter of 31234. John Crocker De Lynham.
        
Child of John Penhallow and Agnes Crocker is:
  1. 7808i.Richard Penhallow, died Unknown; married Mary Porter.


Generation No. 15

        30752. Edward Westcott, born 1540; died Unknown. He was the son of 61504. Stephen Westcott. He married 30753. Demaris Stukely.
        30753. Demaris Stukely, born 1544; died Unknown.
        
Child of Edward Westcott and Demaris Stukely is:
  1. 15376i.Guy Westcott, born 1566; died Unknown; married Mary Stukely.

  2. 30754. Lewis Stukely, born 1544; died Unknown. He was the son of 61508. Lewis Stukely and 61509. Dorothy Hill. He married 30755. Margaret Arscote.
        30755. Margaret Arscote, born 1548; died Unknown.
        
Child of Lewis Stukely and Margaret Arscote is:
  1. 15377i.Mary Stukely, died Unknown; married Guy Westcott.

  2. 30758. John Young, died Unknown. He was the son of 61516. Walter Young. He married 30759. Joan Cottington.
        30759. Joan Cottington, died Unknown.
        
Child of John Young and Joan Cottington is:
  1. 15379i.Jane Young, died Unknown; married William Hill.

  2. 31232. Thomas Penhallow, died Unknown. He was the son of 62464. John Penhallow and 62465. Elizabeth Lagher. He married 31233. Christian Trenaalsces.
        31233. Christian Trenaalsces, died Unknown.
        
Child of Thomas Penhallow and Christian Trenaalsces is:
  1. 15616i.John Penhallow, died 1604; married Agnes Crocker.

  2. 31234. John Crocker De Lynham, died Unknown.
        
Child of John Crocker De Lynham is:
  1. 15617i.Agnes Crocker, died Unknown; married John Penhallow.


Generation No. 16

        61504. Stephen Westcott, born 1514; died Unknown. He was the son of 123008. Thomas Westcott and 123009. Anna Walker.
        
Child of Stephen Westcott is:
  1. 30752i.Edward Westcott, born 1540; died Unknown; married Demaris Stukely.

  2. 61508. Lewis Stukely, born 1518; died Unknown. He was the son of 123016. Hugh Stukely and 123017. Elizabeth Chamberlin. He married 61509. Dorothy Hill.
        61509. Dorothy Hill, born 1522; died Unknown.
        
Child of Lewis Stukely and Dorothy Hill is:
  1. 30754i.Lewis Stukely, born 1544; died Unknown; married Margaret Arscote.

  2. 61516. Walter Young, died Unknown.
        
Child of Walter Young is:
  1. 30758i.John Young, died Unknown; married Joan Cottington.

  2. 62464. John Penhallow, died 1524. He was the son of 124928. John Penhallow and 124929. Mary De Penwarin. He married 62465. Elizabeth Lagher.
        62465. Elizabeth Lagher, died Unknown.
        
Child of John Penhallow and Elizabeth Lagher is:
  1. 31232i.Thomas Penhallow, died Unknown; married Christian Trenaalsces.


Generation No. 17

        123008. Thomas Westcott, born 1488; died March 28, 1549. He was the son of 246016. Thomas I Westcott. He married 123009. Anna Walker.
        123009. Anna Walker, born 1492; died Unknown.
        
Child of Thomas Westcott and Anna Walker is:
  1. 61504i.Stephen Westcott, born 1514; died Unknown.

  2. 123016. Hugh Stukely, born 1492; died Unknown. He was the son of 246032. Richard Stukely. He married 123017. Elizabeth Chamberlin.
        123017. Elizabeth Chamberlin, born 1496; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 246034. Richard Chamberlin and 246035. Anne Downes.
        
Child of Hugh Stukely and Elizabeth Chamberlin is:
  1. 61508i.Lewis Stukely, born 1518; died Unknown; married Dorothy Hill.

  2. 124928. John Penhallow, died Unknown. He was the son of 249856. Thomas Penhallow. He married 124929. Mary De Penwarin.
        124929. Mary De Penwarin, died Unknown. She was the daughter of 249859. Vivian De Penwarin.
        
Child of John Penhallow and Mary De Penwarin is:
  1. 62464i.John Penhallow, died 1524; married Elizabeth Lagher.


Generation No. 18

        246016. Thomas I Westcott, died Unknown.
        
Child of Thomas I Westcott is:
  1. 123008i.Thomas Westcott, born 1488; died March 28, 1549; married Anna Walker.

  2. 246032. Richard Stukely, born 1466; died Unknown.
        
Child of Richard Stukely is:
  1. 123016i.Hugh Stukely, born 1492; died Unknown; married Elizabeth Chamberlin.

  2. 246034. Richard Chamberlin, born 1470; died Unknown. He married 246035. Anne Downes.
        246035. Anne Downes, born 1474; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 492070. Robert Downes.
        
Child of Richard Chamberlin and Anne Downes is:
  1. 123017i.Elizabeth Chamberlin, born 1496; died Unknown; married Hugh Stukely.

  2. 249856. Thomas Penhallow, died 1497. He was the son of 499712. Richard Penhallow and 499713. Margaret.
        
Child of Thomas Penhallow is:
  1. 124928i.John Penhallow, died Unknown; married Mary De Penwarin.

  2. 249859. Vivian De Penwarin, died Unknown.
        
Child of Vivian De Penwarin is:
  1. 124929i.Mary De Penwarin, died Unknown; married John Penhallow.


Generation No. 19

        492070. Robert Downes, born 1448; died Unknown.
        
Child of Robert Downes is:
  1. 246035i.Anne Downes, born 1474; died Unknown; married Richard Chamberlin.

  2. 499712. Richard Penhallow, died 1452. He was the son of 999424. Nicolas Penhallow. He married 499713. Margaret.
        499713. Margaret, died Unknown.
        
Child of Richard Penhallow and Margaret is:
  1. 249856i.Thomas Penhallow, died 1497.


Generation No. 20

        999424. Nicolas Penhallow, died 1461. He was the son of 1998848. William Penhallow.
        
Child of Nicolas Penhallow is:
  1. 499712i.Richard Penhallow, died 1452; married Margaret.


Generation No. 21

        1998848. William Penhallow, died 1485. He was the son of 3997696. Peter Penhallow and 3997697. Agnes.
        
Child of William Penhallow is:
  1. 999424i.Nicolas Penhallow, died 1461.


Generation No. 22

        3997696. Peter Penhallow, died 1389. He was the son of 7995392. John Penhallow. He married 3997697. Agnes.
        3997697. Agnes, died Unknown.
        
Child of Peter Penhallow and Agnes is:
  1. 1998848i.William Penhallow, died 1485.


Generation No. 23

        7995392. John Penhallow, born 1349; died 1391. He was the son of 15990784. Peter Penhallow and 15990785. Alicia.
        
Child of John Penhallow is:
  1. 3997696i.Peter Penhallow, died 1389; married Agnes.


Generation No. 24

        15990784. Peter Penhallow, died 1349. He was the son of 31981568. John Penhallow. He married 15990785. Alicia.
        15990785. Alicia, died Unknown.
        
Child of Peter Penhallow and Alicia is:
  1. 7995392i.John Penhallow, born 1349; died 1391.


Generation No. 25

        31981568. John Penhallow, died 1348. He was the son of 63963136. Peter De Penalau and 63963137. Isolda.
        
Child of John Penhallow is:
  1. 15990784i.Peter Penhallow, died 1349; married Alicia.


Generation No. 26

        63963136. Peter De Penalau, born in Cornwall,England; died Unknown. He married 63963137. Isolda.
        63963137. Isolda, died Unknown.
        
Child of Peter De Penalau and Isolda is:
  1. 31981568i.John Penhallow, died 1348.