- “In 1847, he came to Maryland, and settled near Monrovia, Frederick Co., Maryland., where he farmed on rented places. He then removed to Fayette County, Va., remaining there for a few years, after which he went to Montgomery County, Maryland., where he purchased a farm. He then bought a place near Nurnt Mill, Frederick County, in 1861. He finally retired to Mount Pleasant,” Frederick Co., Maryland....He voted the Republican ticket.
William H born 5-3-1799 son Daniel & Sarah (HOUGH) Stone of Fairfax monthly meeting, Va. granted certificate to Pipe Creek monthly meeting, Maryland. to marry Cordelia D. NORRIS 9-9-1836; marry 20-10-1836 at Bush Creek meetinghouse, Maryland. Cordelia D. NORRIS born 28-4-1814; daughter Joel & Rachel (PLUMMER) Norris of Pipe Creek monthly meeting, Maryland. under auspices of Pipe Creek monthly meeting; Cordelia D. (NORRIS) Stone wife Wm. H. received on certificate from Pipe Creek monthly meeting, Maryland. 6-6-1837. William H. & Cordelia D. (NORRIS) Stone & child: Daniel Edwin, Lewellyn P., Mary Eugenia & Granville; granted certificate to Sandy Spring monthly meeting. Maryland. 11-5-1853
W. Owings Stone I wrote a note in the family copy of the source () saying that his middle name was spelled “Hough” not “Huff” contrary to Owings & Allied Families. This agrees with Quaker records as shown above.
In 1860, Daniel (a.62) was a farmer living in the 5th District, Montgomery Co., Maryland. His land was valued at $1,200 and he had personal property worth another $300. His household included wife Cordelia (a.46) and children Daniel (a.20), “Lewellen” (a.18), Mary (a.16) and Charles (a.13).
of Fairfax MM, Loudon Co., VA. A record in the 1840 Federal Census for Virginia places him in District 1(Unknown Twp), Loudoun Co., VA (roll M704_564, p 190, image 436).
Monrovia Quaker Church, Monrovia, Maryland [1, 3, 7, 8]