- of Westmoreland Co., Penn., as of 1798 say Quaker records regarding the marriage of his son Daniel. The 1790 Federal Census shows a Thomas Stone living in the Manor of Moreland, Philadelphia Co., PA. It does not show any Thomas Stone in Westmoreland Co. at this time or, in fact, any other Thomas Stone in the state (see p.198; Note that there is no listing for a Thomas Stone in the 1800 or 1810 census living anywhere in Penn.).
Church records for Philadelphia, Penn. (1709-1760), show that a William Stone had a son Thomas and state that birth was on 30 March 1752 and baptism followed on 19 Oct 1752.
Search Terms: JEMIMA (1365), STONE (1704)
Database: Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books (152 Vols.)
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 9
Mrs. Harriet Dawes Eisenberg.
DAR ID Number: 8266
Born in Pennsylvania.
Wife of Dr. Philip Y. Eisenberg.
Descendant of Thomas Stone, Thomas Sanford and James League, of Virginia.
Daughter of John L. Dawes and Charlotte Jemima League, his wife.
Granddaughter of James Adams League and Elinor Sanford Stone, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Edward Stone and Jemima Sanford, his wife; and of William League.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Stone and Jemima Stone, his wife; and of Thomas Sanford; and of James League.
Thomas Stone served in the militia during the war.
Thomas Sanford, 1777, enlisted for three years as a matross in Capt. Anthony Singleton's company, Col. Charles Harrison's regiment of Artillery.
[p.104] James League was a private under Capt. James Gray, Col. Daniel Morgan's regiment. [1, 3, 4]