- “St. George's Church in Great Bromley, Essex was the church where Gregory and Simon and many other Stones were baptized and married and buried.”
He and his family first settled in Watertown, Mass., with his brother Deacon Simon Stone (see Watertown Records, Lands, Grants and Possessions, print vol. 1, p. 86).
Gregory Stone apprised the estate of Edward Skinner in Nov. 1639, Suffolk Co., Mass. He witnessed his brother Simon Stone’s will.
Savage says: GREGORY, Cambridge, br. of Simon, did not, I conject. come in the same sh. yet prob. in the same yr. with him, tho. for a yr. or two he dwelt at Watertown, and had gr. there of ld. freem. 25 May 1636, yet more import, is it, that he brot. w. Lydia, formerly wid. Cooper, wh. d. 24 June 1674, with the ch. John and Lydia of her first h. and his own ch. [2, 3, 4, 5]
- Old Cambridge Cemetery, near Christ Church