2 edition of Stones of Poynton Manor found in the catalog.
Stones of Poynton Manor
Harry Wright Newman
|Statement||by Harry Wright Newman.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.S88 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||47 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||97112335|
The manor of Newton-Colvile, acquired by the marriage of Sir Roger Colvile of Carleton Colvile in Suffolk, called "The Rapacious Knight," with the heiress of De Marisco, and held under the Bishop of Ely, continued in the Colviles from a period extending nearly from the Conquest to the year , when it was sold, and the representative of this. Unfortunately, information promulgated in early published genealogies such as “The Stone’s of Surry” by Charles H. Stone and “The Stones of Poynton Manor” by Harry Wright Newman, promoted, as fact, that Thomas Stone of Hamilton Parish was the son of Thomas Stone, Gentleman, of Charles County, Maryland, and his first wife, Martha. The two options I see are (1) he was called "of Poynton" in reference to Poynton, Cheshire, or (2) he lived with the Stone family at Poynton Manor in Charles County, Maryland. Either interpretation points towards a strong connection to Poynton, Cheshire.
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The Stones of Poynton manor: A genealogical history of Captain William Stone, gent. and merchant, third proprietary governor of Maryland, with sketches of his English background and a record Stones of Poynton Manor book some of his descendants in the United States: Author: Harry Wright Newman: Publisher: The author, Original from: the University of Wisconsin.
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Price New from Used from Unknown Binding "Please retry" — Author: Harry Wright Newman. The Stones of Poynton manor. A genealogical history of Captain William Stone, gent. and merchant, third proprietary governor of Maryland, with sketches of his English background and a record of some of his descendants in the United States by Newman, Harry Wright, Pages: In the book "Tidewater Maryland Architecture and Gardens - a Sequel to Early Manor and Plantation Houses of Maryland" by Henry Chandlee Forman:page "Poynton Manor, Home of the Third Governor of Maryland.""Shown here are two old photographs, probably the only existing record of Poynton Manor, the original section of which was erected about.
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The Stones of Poynton manor: A genealogical history of Captain William Stone, gent. and merchant, third proprietary governor of Author: Harry Wright Newman. The Stones of Poynton Manor by Harry Wright Newman,DAR Library edition, in EnglishPages: The Stones of Poynton Manor by Harry Wright Newman; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Family, Genealogy; Places: Maryland; People: Stone family, William Stone ( or 60).
Get this from a library. The Stones of Poynton Manor: a genealogical history of Captain William Stone, gent. and merchant, third proprietary governor of Maryland, with sketches of his English background and a record of some of his descendants in the United States.
[Harry Wright Newman] -- William Stone () immigrated from England to Virginia during or before and later moved to. I have the book on the Stones of Poynton Manor and copies of articals from other Stone epics. Cynthia G. -Poynton Manor,Charles Co., MD By user Septem at In reply to: Re: -Poynton Manor,Charles Co.
The Stones of Poynton manor: a genealogical history of Captain William Stone, gent. and merchant, third proprietary governor of Maryland, with sketches of his English background and a record of some of his descendants in the United States / by Harry Wright Newman.
Poynton is a town in Cheshire, England, on the easternmost fringe of the Cheshire is 11 miles (18 km) southeast of Manchester, 7 miles (11 km) north of Macclesfield and 5 miles (8 km) south of Stockport.
The first mention of the manor of Poynton was in Coal was mined in Poynton from the 16th century and the collieries, under the ownership of the Lords Vernon from until Country: England. Several books, "The Stonesof Surry," "Stones of Poynton Manor" and "Of the Stones"claim that this Thomas Stone of Fauquier Co.
is the son of Capt. Thomas Stoneof MD, grandson of Gov. William Stone through his son John Stone the elder ofMD. +++Match+++ Group #7-D Test results received. Kit # Haplogroup: R-M Contact: [email protected] This inf.
is very well documented in a book called - Stones of Poynton Manor (that was in the family for years)." Lois Branch database, citing "Early Virginia Immigrants ": "William was probably the McWilliam Stone who brought Andrew Stone over in "Children: John Stone, Richard Stone, Kathrine Thomas, Catherine Stone, William Stone.
Thomas Stone (), signer of Declaration of Independence, born at "Poynton Manor". John Hoskins Stone (), Governor of Maryland, born in Charles County. Benjamin Stoddert (), U.S. Secretary of the Navy, born in Charles County.June Josiah Henson, author, abolitionist, and minister, born in Charles.
1. THE STONES OF SURREY by Chrles Haygood Stone. British Museum Manuscripts, "Visitations of London". Croston, Lancashire Parish Register, 4. THE STONES OF POYNTON MANOR by Harry Wright Newman. Spouse - Isabel GIRDLER Born - CarrHouse Parish, Yorkshire, West Riding Dorcast, England Married - 12 JanuaryDoncaster, Yorkshire.
Stone concentrated on developing his plantation at Poynton Manor in what is now Charles County, Maryland, where he died in about Legacy. Stone's great-grandson, David (born ), greatly expanded the value of the estate at Poynton and returned the family to : William Maximillian Stone, c.
On Oct. 15,Mr. Harry Wright Newman (author of Stones of Poynton Manor) wrote the compiler of these genealogical notes of the Thomas Stone line as follows: "Captain Thomas Stone,was seized of land in King George County, Va.
William Stone, b. Northampton, England, was the Third Proprietary Governor of Maryland, serving from to Rev. Barton Warren Stone is also mentioned in the book The Stones of Poynton Manor by Harry Wright Newman. Privately published, This is a good source on the Stones of Charles County, Maryland and their descendants.
Title: Stone (The) Family of England, Virginia and Maryland Stones (The) of Poynton Manor The Stones of Surry Page: Pages 14 & Note: I located this book at the Ft. Wayne, IN Public Library i. The Stones of Poynton Manor: A Genealogical History of Captain William Stone, Gent. and Merchant, Third Proprietary Governor of Maryland, with Sketches of His English Background and a Record of Some of His Descendants in the United States.
Washington, D.C.: privately published, Digital version at FamilySearch Digital Library - free. According to the book "The Ark and Dove adventurers" written for the Ark and Dove Society by George Ely Russell and Donna Valley Russell: Children of William and Elizabeth (Stone) Calvert: 1.
Charles Calvert (b. ) The Stones of Poynton Manor Title: The Stones of Poynton Manor Author: Harry Wright Newman Publication: Name: Harry. Poynton in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries: The Older Established Occupations. General description.
In the early eighteenth century Poynton manor was held successively by John Warren who resided mainly in Stockport, Edward Warren and his son John Warren who lived near Blackburn, and Edward Warren who died in Before returning to his seat at Poynton Manor, Stone instituted an action of debt against Thomas Weston, Lord of Westbury Manor, lying in St.
George's Hundred, St. Mary's County, and by virtue of writ he came into possession of the entire manor of 1, acres. Thomas Stone, son of William and Theodosia (Wade) Stone, was born at "Poynton Manor", Durham Parish.
As Captain Thomas Stone in he testified as being 47 years of age and in as 73 years of age. He married Margarey (???). Children of Thomas and Margarey Stone 1.
Mary Stone, born Jan. 10,died spinsternamed nieces. Newman, Harry Wright, The Stones of Poynton manor: a genealogical history of Captain William Stone, gent. and merchant, third proprietary governor of Maryland, with sketches of his English background and a record of some of his descendants in the United States / ([Washington, D.C.]: H.
Newman, ) (page images at HathiTrust). The Stones of Surry (North Carolina) The Stones of Poynton Manor (Maryland) STROUD The Strouds: A Colonial Family of English Descent: THOMPSON Descendants of John Thomson of Plymouth, Mass.
Descendants of John Thomson, Pioneer Scotch Covenanter Thompson Genealogy: Descendants of William and Margaret Thompson TRACY. The Stones of Poynton Manor "From generation to generation. The genealogies of Dwight Stone and Olive Evans" The records of the Virginia company of London; Wills of Richmond County, Virginia, ; Older Cemeteries with Stone Family Graves.
Stones of Poynton Manor: a genealogical history of Captain William Stone, Gentleman and Merchant, third Proprietary Governor of Maryland, with sketches of his English background and a record of some of his descendants in the United States.
Washington, DC: HW Newman, Papenfuse, Edward C., et al A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland. Also documented in such books as "The Stones of Surry," "Stones of Poynton Manor" and "Of the Stones". Click on link to go to Stone Family DNA Study at FamilyTreeDNA.
Also searching for John B. Stone born and brothers Jonathan Stone born in and William Stone born in Reappraisal of Humphrey Warren, potential American gateway (was Plantagenet Y-DNA) which family has known origins in Poynton, Cheshire.
The Stones named their estate "Poynton Manor" in Maryland. In fact, in a Charles Co., MD land record dated [/5], discussing transatlantic trade, Warren is called "Mr. Humphery Warren of Poynton.
THE STONES OF POYNTON MANOR by Harry Wright Newman published by the author. Deed of Land bought by William Washington Biard recorded in Lamar County Courthouse, Book No. 61, page First Class Head Right Certificate recorded by Robert H. Wheat in Red River County, no. 16 3 (on record in Lamar County Courthouse).
This family includes "William Maximillian Stone" who was the 3rd proprietary Governor of Maryland; and the Stone Family of Poynton Manor in Maryland and Plantations in Louisiana.
Life Association want to stand with them at this time, and so have started a fund to try and raise the money, before Christmas, to rebuild their home and their devastated lives. Amazingly we are already half way there. So I wanted to ask if you would consider a one-off gift, to rebuild their lives this ers: Gov.
William Stone of Maryland. likes. William Stone was my 11th great-grandfather and was appointed 3rd Proprietary Governor of Maryland by Lord Baltimore (Cecilius Calvert) August 8, Followers: inside poynton october - november magazines.
Issue 71 The local magazine our readers love to keep One of six magazines delivered to o homes. The History of Poynton. The town of Poynton has had multiple names over the years, including Ponynton and Poynington.
Poynton wasn’t referenced in the Domesday Book ofbut a manor in Poynton was mentioned inat which time it was part of Stockport. It’s. The Manor of Adlington, adjacent to Poynton, had been purchased by John de Warren from the Stokeport family sometime shortly thereafter. In Elizabeth Harriett, daughter and heiress of Sir George Warren, was married to Thomas, the 7th Viscount Bulkeley, a substantial landowner in Anglesey.
There is a message on by Jack Haile that might be of interest to you. And also, under that is a reply that talks about a book on Poynton Manor. Cheshire BMD updates 26 & 29 March Posted on: 30 Marby mi2early.
Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > England > Cheshire > General. William Stone, 3rd Proprietary Governor of Maryland (c. –c. ) was an English pioneer and an early settler in Maryland.
He was governor of the colony of Maryland from to Quotes about Stone . Until Stone's appointment, Maryland's Catholic rulers had had to struggle with indigenous Protestants, Protestants from Virginia, and Protestants in England to retain control.Book face-to-face or remote online appointments with your GP, nurse or clinician at a time that suits you.
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