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Descendants of Cuthburt Stone

Generation No. 1
1. CUTHBURT2 STONE (JOHN1) was born 1755 in North Carolina, and died 24 Jun 1844 in floyd co ky. He married SALLY SISSON 17 Mar 1784 in Cowpens, Old 96 Didtrict, South Carolina, child of WILLIAM SISSON and SARAH LOHEN. Sally was born 1755 in North Carolina.
Notes for CUTHBURT STONE:

Listed in the Continental Army - March 29, 1780, Maryland's 7th Regiment in St. Mary's CXounty, Maryland. It is told he lay wounded on the battlefield for three days with a wound from a musket ball in his leg. He was listed a Rev. Cuthbert Stone.

He was born about 1755. He had a son, Enoch (b. 1780). Census records indicate that Cutbherth was in Wilkes Co., NC, in 1800 and 1810, the Floyd Co., KY, in 1820 and 1830. Enoch's daughter, Nancy, married Brice Shepherd.
Cuthbert Stone Sr. listed in the 1840 Floyd County, Kentucky Census showing age to be over 80 but under 90 also shows one female over 70 and under 80.
Captain Henry Connelly's Revolutionary War Pension Application

Here the Americans were victorious and took a great many military stores, cannons, baggage and six or seven hundred British and Tory Prisoners. This was in January 1781. It was cold weather but inclined to be raining during this battle.


The company which belonged to this applicant was placed under Colonel Howard, on the extreme right of the Division, and this applicant commanded a company in the center. Our company, when just about to catch up to our horses was hid about four hundred paces in the rear of the line of battle. (The enemy) fell upon us with great fury, but we were fortunately relieved by Washington's Legion that hastened to our assistance.
After this engagement we all formed a junction with General Greene, and retreated with him to Dan (River) and crossed over into Virginia and remaining there but a short period, marched back to Guilford Courthouse, and this applicant actively participated in that memorable battle, and he had the mortification to see his men in a panic fly at the approach of the enemy; and although this applicant endeavored to rally them, it was impossible, and many even retreated to their homes. But this applicant remained and continued to fight until the Americans were thrown into disorder and confusion and defeated.
About this time or a few days afterwards, this applicant being unwell, and his company broken, obtained a respite for a while, which was granted him (by the Govenor). He remained at home and did not go with General Greene to Ninety Six. During this summer he did all he could to get his company to assemble.

Their cry was "no pay" and their families required them at home.

He then went from Guilford over into Virginia, and in September 1781, he raised a small volunteer company for three months, to join General Washington at Little York (Yorktown). Little York was, however taken before this applicant arrived. He knew a great many Continental Officers, and regiments, and Militia Officers, during his service. In the Month of October the term of service of the Company from Montgomery County, Virginia, just mentioned, expiring, he gave them their discharges, and he himself returned to North Carolina, where he received the thanks of the Govenor and a certificate stating his services.
This applicant knew General Smallwood, General Davidson, General Rutherford, General Pickens, General Sumner, General Otho Williams, Colonel Cleveland, Colonel Lyttle, Colonel William Washington Colonel Malmody? (Malmedy)?, Colonel Lee (Light Horse Harry-from Virginia),General Goodwin, Colonel J. E. Howard, who commanded the Third Maryland Regiment, Captain Holgin, Colonel Paisley, John Williams. The Baron Dekalb, Colonel Brevard and many other Continental and Militia Officers that he now forgotten.
He has now no documentary evidence in his favor, having forwarded his commission about six years ago by General Alexander Lackey to the War Department. It has never been returned to this applicant. He received a letter from the Secretary of War informing him that as he was not a regular he could not be allowed (his pension). His commission was from the Govenor of North Carolina. He has made search and inquiry for it for sometime, and he believes the same is lost or mislaid.
He refers the War Department to Henry B. Mayo, Esq., The

Honorable David K. Harris, to Colonel Francis A. Brown, to Colonel John Van Hoose, the Reverand Henry Dixon, the Reverend Cuthbert Stone, the Reverend Samuel Hanna, the Reverend Ezekiel Stone, Reverend Wallace Bailey, to Andrew Rule, Esq., to John Rice, and to Jacob Mayo, Esq., Clerk of the Floyd County Circuit Courts. These can testify to his character for his veracity and their belief of this applicant's service as a soldier and officer of the Revolution.

Sworn to and subscribed the day and year aforesaid.
signed - Henry Connelly
Att: J. Davis
We, Wallace Bailey, a Clergyman, residing in the County of Floyd and State of Kentucky, and John Rice, residing in the same, to wit Floyd County, Kentucky, hereby certify that they are well acquainted with Henry Connelly, who has subscribed and sworn to the above application, that we believe him to be eighty-one years of age, that he is reputed and believed in the neighborhood where he resides to have been a soldier of the Revolution, and that we concur in that opinion.

Sworn to and subscribed the day and year aforesaid.

(signed)

Wallis


Baily (seal)

John Rice (seal)


And I do hereby declare my opinion after the investigation of

the matter, and after putting the interrogatories prescribed by the War Department, that the above named applicant was a Revolutionary soldier (an officer) and served as he states. An I further certify that it appears to me that Wallis Bailey who has signed the preceding certificate is a clergyman resident in the county of Floyd and state of Kentucky, and that John Rice, who has also signed the same, is a resident of the County of Floyd and state of Kentucky, and are credible persons, and that their statement is entitled to credit, and do further certify that the applicant cannot, from bodily infirmity, attend court.

(signed) James Davis, J.P.F.Co. (seal)

Index to 1820 Floyd Co KY Federal Census

Cuthbert Stone,

Enoch Stone,

Ezekial Stone,

James Stone,

John Stone,

Solomon Stone,


Cuthbert Stone (1755-1844) m. Sallie March 17, 1784 in South Carolina. He enlisted in the Continental Army in St. Mary's County, MD. He lay wounded for 3 days on the battlefield of Cowpens.
He appears in the Wilkes Co., NC 1790 census. He had several children Enoch b. 1792, John b. 1790, Sally b. 1790, William b. 1804, Solomon b. 1805. Is he of the Surry Co., Stones?
Cuthbert died 24 June1844. Sally applied for widows pension in Sept. 1844, age 89. No maiden name given, but she wrote to Pinckneyville, SC for possible proof of their marriage. That is now Union Co and their is a Will in 1796 for a William Sisson which might give information re her-if she is indeed his daughter. in the Rev. War pension of Cuthbert and Sally, her maiden name is not given. However she wrote to Picnkneyville ,SC to try to find record of their marriage on 17 march 1784. This is now Union Co., SC. There is a Will for a William Sisson in 1796 in Union Co which might give valuable information if someone can check it out!
The only information I have is that Cuthbert or Cudbeth Stone died about 1844 and he was married about 1766/69 in South Carolina. Who do you have for his wife? The information I had was Sally Sisson, b ca1759 and died June 24, 1844 in Floyd Co., KY. However I had a message from Sharon Miller (shamiller3@comcast.net) that Sally Sisson was never married so I don't really have any factual information that is documented.
Cuthbert died 24 June 1844 in Floyd Co. Ky and has a Will there. He applied for a pension in 1818 and recieved $96.00 a year. His Widow Sally applied for widows pension in Sept. 1844 at age 89.
Cuthbert enlisted in St. Mary's Co., MD and was in Col John Gunby's 2nd MD regiment and he was wounded at battle of Cowpens.
She stated they were married in SC 17 March 1784. She wrote to Pinckneyville, SC to try and get a record of their marriage, but was unable to get one. That is now in Union Co., SC and in 1784 was in 96th District SC.
There is now maiden name in the pension. However, there is a Will in Union Co., SC in 1796 for a William Sisson, who some say was her father. Have not sent for it yet.
Cuthbert (Cutberth) married Sally Sission in S.C. Sally b abt. 1766/69 in Va. and d. 6-24-1844 in Floyd Co., KY. They had a son Enoch b. abt 1780 and died 1850/60 in Floyd Co., KY He married Nancy Anthony b abt 1790 in NC. I believe I am descended from Enoch's brother Solomon, b. 1799 in Wilkes Co. NC. I don't have any documentation yet but my cousin lived with my Grandmother when she was young so I think it is true. I also looks like they may be descended from Thomas Stone who signed the Declaration of Independence. Ralph Wilcox, cwilcox@juno.com.
In research provided to me, I have the following:Cutberth Stone, b 1755/58, married Sally Sisson in S. C.(Sally b abt. 1766/69 in Va .and d. 6-24-1844 in Floyd Co.). She was the daughter of William Sisson (or Scisson) and Sarah Lowen. Children1. John Stone, b abt 1779/83 in Wilkes County, N.C. Married Dililey Maynard on Apr 8 1808 in Wilkes County. Died June 30, 1859.2. Enoch Stone, b. abt 1780 and died 1850/60 in Floyd County; married Nancy ?3. Solomon Stone, b. 1799 in Wilkes County, married Matilda Walters4. William Stone, b. 1803 in Wilkes County, married Asia or Tacy Music or Minix on May 23, 1822 5. Margaret Stone, b. 1796, Wilkes County, died Aug. 9 1878 in Floyd County; married a Peter? Bays?6. Sarah Stone, b. about 1790/1800 in Wilkes County; married Jesse Spradlin on Sept. 13, 1820 in Floyd Co.7. Jean? Jane? Janice? June? Stone, b. about 1802/1807, married Daniel Adams on Apr. 30, 1818 in Floyd Co., she died Dec. 15, 18558. Cuthbert Stone, b. abt. 1811 in either Wilkes or Floyd County, married Polly Hill onMay 19, 1836 in Floyd Co.
After Cuthbert served in the war he was given land in Kentucky for compensation
I am searching for the parents of Cuthbert Stone who entered the Continental Army in St. Mary's County Md on 29 March 1780. Information found in Maryland Archives.

Pension Application of Cudbeth Stone W3050

Transcribed and annotated by C. Leon Harris

Commonwealth of Kentucky Sct.

Before me the subscriber one of the judges of the General Court and one of the judges of

the Circuit Court for the State aforesaid personally appeared Cudberth Stone aged sixty years,

who being by me first duly sworn according to law doth on his oath make the following

statement and declaration in order to obtain the provisions made by the Act of Congress

entitled “An Act to provide for certain persons engaged in the land and Naval service of the

United States in the Revolutionary War”, to wit, that he is a citizen of the State of Kentucky and

a resident of the County of Floyd, and that he was enlisted as a solder in the continental arm

[sic] during the Revolution in St. Mary’s [Saint Marys] County & State of Maryland, by a sergeant

named Enoch McClure about the 29 of th March 1780 for the term of three years, and was

attached to the company of Captain [John Courts] Jones of the seventh Maryland Regiment

commanded by Colo [John] Gunby — that he continued to serve in said corps against the

common enemy for about eleven months when he was wounded at the battle of Cowpens [17 Jan

1781] so severely that he never recovered so as to be able to join the army again till the close of

the war and remained under furlough till then for which reason he never received a discharge,

that he has been all his life disabled since in such manner that he has been unable to labor to

any extent, by which means he has remained poor, and now has a wife & two children to support

and is so unable to labor & is in such indigent circumstances as to require the aid of his country,

& that he has not any other evidence of his services in his power than what is here produced – &

that he never received one cent for his services except his bounty.

Also Spencer Adams esqr being sworn a the same time and place did depose and say that

he is at present acquainted with the aforenamed Cudbeth Stone and also with his estate that he

is a poor man and has the effects of his wound upon him that he acts as shoemaker and by that

means has acquired his living, & that yet in the opinion of the witness he might make out to

shift along for his subsistence by his labor, and so soon as that ceases he must come to want – &

now requires the aid of his country.

State of Kentucky Floyd Circuit Sct

At a court continued and held for Floyd Circuit at the Courthouse in Prestonsburg

Tuesday the 29th day of April 1823

Cutberth Stone an old revolutionary soldier produced in open court and made oath to a

schedule of his property which is in the following words & figures to wit

State of Kentucky Floyd County Sct

On this day April the 29th 1823 personally appeared in open court this being made a

court of record by the laws of the state being solemnly adjudged to be such by the other

tribunals of the state with power to fine and imprison, always keeping a record of its

proceedings Cuttberth Stone aged about 68 years a resident citizen of the County aforesaid who

being first duly Sworn according to Law doth on his oath declare that he served in the

revolutionary war as follows viz he enlisted in the service of the united against the common

enemy in the month of March in the year previous to gates’s defeat [defeat of Gen. Horatio Gates

at the Battle of Camden SC on 16 Aug 1780] for the term of three years or enduring [sic: during]

the war in Capt Jones Company in the 7th Maryland regiment commanded by Col Gunby in

Maryland and that he was in the following battels to wit. the battle of Gates’s defeat and the

battle of the Cowpens in South Carolina and was there wounded in the thigh by a ball of a

musket passing through it – and was there left upon the battle ground and in consequence of

said wound he never was able to the army again untill peace was made which was the fall

following. that it was about eleven months or upwards that the applicant served in the army

after his enlistment before he was wounded at the cowpens. and I Cutberth Stone do solemnly

swear that I was a resident citizen of the United States on the 18th day of March 1818 and that I

have not since that time by gift sale or in any manner disposed of my property or any part

thereof with intent thereby so to diminish it as to bring myself within the provisions of an act of

Congress entitled an act to provide for certain persons engaged in the land and naval service of

the United States in the revolutionary war passed on the 18th day of March, 1818 and that I have

not nor has any person in trust for me any property or securities debts or contracts due to me;

nor have I any income other than what is contained in the Schedule hereto annexed and by me

subscribed

Viz five head of horses worth. ............... $60.

three cows and calves. ........................ 30.

Three calves. ......................................... 10.

11 pigs. .................................................... 4.

7 other hogs worth. ............................. 10.50

3 lambs. ................................................... 1.50

4 sheep. .................................................... 6.00

Total amount

house hold and kitchen furniture. ..... 5.25

$127.25


Cutberth hisXmark Stone

This applicant further states that his occupation is that of a farmer but he is two old and

infirm to persue it his family consists of his wife only named Sally Stone aged about 64 years

who from her age and infirmities is unable to contribute any thing to the support of this

applicant. This applicant made an original application and declaration for a pension on the 21st

day of October 1818 and did obtain a pension certificate from the Secretary of War on which he

drew five payments which certificate is herewith filed and respectfully transmited to the

Secretary of War.

County of Floyd State of Kentucky SS

On this 24 day of August 1841 before me the subscriber a Justice of the peace for the

said county of Floyd personally appeared Cutberth Stone who on his oath declares that he is the

same person who formerly belonged to the company commanded by Captain Jones in the

regiment commanded by Colonel Gunby also I served under Capt Richard Anderson & Col [John

Eager] Howard & other officers in the service of the United States that his name was placed on

the pension roll of the State of Kentucky that he received a certificate of that fact under the

signature and Seal of the Secretary of War which certificate on or about the 1st May 1841 was

lost or stolen from the house of J P Martin & Co in the Town of Prestonsburg Floyd Co Ky he

having employed Martin as his agent to [illegible word] up his papers & attend to the receiving

his money Cutberth hisXmark Stone

NOTES:


Stone filed a schedule on 16 Oct 1820 that included the following property:

“20 acres of land which I have a deed of Conveyance worth $120

I have a claim to 28 acres binder and have not a [several illegible words]

Three horses, nine head of Catle 10 head of hogs[?] valued 161

Sixty eight dollars due me and I am owing Two hundred & seventy five dollars

60 acres of land which I claim I have [two illegible words] Other instruments of writing to

Compel Conveyance and of litle value in this back Country”

The file includes a copy of the will of Cudbeth Stone, Sr. dated 28 May 1844. Among the

bequests were “the farm on which Jesse Spradlin my son in law now lives lying on the Left hand

fork of Abbot Creek in Floyd County being the same I purchased of William Stone and deed to

me by Jno Stone” and “fifteen acres which was deeded to me by Abram Spradlin” to the children

of Jesse Spradlin by his wife Sally Stone Spradlin. The will also refers to a daughter named Ruth

Spradlin.

On 6 Sep 1844 Sally Stone, 89, applied for a pension stating that she married Cudbeth

Stone on 17 Mar 1784, and he died 24 Jun 1844. According to another document, the marriage

took place “on the packlett [sic: Pacolet] River… between the troft and tumbling holes,” but that

no record could be found at “punknavell South Carolina.”

STONE, Cuthbert (Cudbeth, Cutbeth). Private, 7th Maryland Line, from

April 18, 1780 to Nov. 1, 1780. He applied for pension on October 21, 1818,

in Floyd Co., KY, aged about 60, stating that he had enlisted in St.

Mary's Co., on March 29, 1780 for 3 years. He died testate on June 24, 1844,

mentioning in his will his daughter Sally Spradlin and son-in-law

Jesse Spradlin who lived on the farm lying on the left form of Abbott Creek,

being the same purchased of William Stone and deeded to Cudbeth [sic] Stone

by John Stone and he now bequeathed to them and to his son Enoch Stone, a

legacy. His widow Sally applied for and received pension W3050 on

Sept 6, 1844, aged 89, stating that they were married on March 17, 1784, in

SC. Solomon Stone and Micajah Spradlin were also mentioned in 1844 (no

relationships were given). [Ref: W-40, MK-139, P-3353, which latter

source stated Sally Stone married Jerry of Jesse Spradlin and in 1844 she was

a resident of Floyd co., KY, and they had a daughter Ruth Spradlin.

More About Cuthbert Sr. Stone:

Burial: Unknown, Floyd Co., Kentucky.

Military service: March 29, 1780, Marylands 7th Regiment, St. Mary's Co., Maryland.


More About Cuthbert Sr. Stone and Sally Sisson:

Marriage: March 17, 1784, Cowpens, South Carolina.


Children of Cuthbert Sr. Stone and Clarinda Arnett are:
+Jane Stone, b. 1847, d. December 15, 1858.

Children of Cuthbert Sr. Stone and Sally Sisson are:


+Cuthbert II Stone, b. 1810, Floyd, Kentucky, d. date unknown.

Sarah - Sally Stone, b. 1790, Wilkes Co., N.C., d. date unknown.

+Mararet Susan Stone, b. Abt. 1796, Wilkes Co., N.C., d. August 09, 1878, Floyd Co., Kentucky.

+Enoch Stone, b. Abt. 1780, d. Bet. 1850 - 1860, Floyd Co., Kentucky.

+William Stone, b. 1803, Wilkes, North Carolina, d. date unknown.

Soloman Stone, b. 1799, Wilkes Co., N.C., d. date unknown.

+Jane Stone, b. 1847, d. December 15, 1858.

John Stone, b. Bet. 1779 - 1783, Wilkes Co., N.C., d. June 30, 1859.


Sharon, thanks ever so much. That was a lot of info.! You can email me at lzlewis@windstrean.net if you want. Ok, first of all here is what I know. I was b. in 1952. My mother was Thelma Stone, b. Dec. 23, 1920 d. Jan. 13, 1971. Her father was Floyd K. Stone,age 73 at time of death, d. May 25, 1970., certificate 12653; burial at Nolen Cemt. Lewis Co., Ky. out Laurel. m. Essie Nolen; mother was Amanda Smith; father was Jefferson Vermont Nolin. Amanda decended down from Moses R.D. from William R.G. Smith.; all who happened to be in Floyd Co. in early Census records. Floyd's father was Cudberth/Cuthberth Stone and Sarah Elizabeth Pierce. They had Hollis, Floyd, Alice, and 3 other girls, (I think). Hollis m. Artimeshia Eulett. Hollis died at Scioto Co. Hosp of heart attack at age 69.

Floyd was b. 1896. Cudberth died when he was abt. 4 yrs. old. Lewis Co. Census 1910 ( I think) shows Floyd living with John Eulett as labor in Head of Grassy Precint. He was 15 yrs. old. Legend has it his father bleed to death from cutting his leg with axe and died. Sarah E. Stone then m. a Thomas Thedore Carver and had several children by him. Floyd had 12 children with Essie. Thelma (Mom)being the oldest. He has a Son, Arnold living and two dau., Delia, m. Merrill Lewis: Eva m. Oval Goodwin. all others are deceased. Floyd was in WWI. We though our Floyd's father Cuthberth was in the Civil War.

I have found on the boards some info: Early Floyd Co. births where a child, not named (F) was b.Nov. 15, 1852; Logan Stone (Son)b.Oct. 10,1854; and Davadore (son) b.Feb. 14, 1859. to Cudberth Stone and Clarinda Arnett Stone.

Another Another source I found shows an Artie, b. 1878 to Cuthberth and Clarinda Arnett, m. Wm. (Tater) Howard; Alice born to Cuthberth and Clarinda who m. Morton Howard.

Ralph Wilcox posted 17 Oct. 2000 that a message from Sue Patrick (#664) with folling info. Cuthberth Stone , b. 1755/58, m. Sally Sisson in SC.She was b. abt. 1766/69 in

VA.and d. 6-24-1844 in Floyd Co. KY. They had the followng children: John, b. abt. 1779/83 in Wilkes Co., NC. m. Dililey Maynard Apr.8,1808 in NC.

2. Enoch Stone,b. abt. 1789 and d. 1850/60 in Floyd Co.,KY.m. Nancy?

3.Soloman Stone, b. 1799 in Wilkes Co.NC m. Matilda Walters

4.William Stone, b. 1803 Wilkes Co.,NC m. Asia/Tracy Music/Minix May 22, 1822

5. Margret Stone, b. 1796, Wilkes Co.,NC.: d. Aug. 9 1878 in Floyd Co.,KY.; m. Peter Bays

6. Sarah Stone, b. 1798/1800 in Wilkes Co., NC. m. Jesse Spradlin Sept.13, 1820 in Floyd Co., Ky.

7. Jean-Janice-Jane-June? Stone, b. abt. 1802 in Floyd Co., KY. d. Dec.15, 1855: m. Daniel Adams Apr. 30, 1818.

Cuthberth Stone, b. abt. 1811 in either Wilkes Co., NC. or Floyd Co., KY. m. Mary "Polley" Hill on May 19, 1836 in Floyd Co., Ky.
In the 1820 Federal Census I looked up there were an Ezekiel, John , Cuthberth, Enoch, Soloman, all Stones. Also were Moses R.D. Smith, Issac Nolin in the 1820 Census and in the 1810 was a Wm. Smith all who I decended from .

In that census Cuthbert Stone had the numbers and him as head of house: 110201_0010_00_0

I am sure my Cudbeth is buried in Floyd or Magoffin Co. Stones were early pioneers into Lewis Co. as well. Wm. R.G. Smith, Issac Nolin and Ezekiel Stone, Thomas and lots of Stones are buried down here at Laurel on Scott Branch Rd. at Camp Dix. in Lewis Co. We are not far from each other. Laurel is the point where 3 counties come together, Carter, Lewis Rowan counties come together. Remote area filled with lots of tall hills and timber is still big business here. I will close for now but please keep in touch. I do not know how to use microfilm, or order copies of anything and so far nice people CUZ's have shared some items with me. I have a photo of Cudberth and Polly with son William, wife and several children around them. We have been told by grandpa his grandmother (polly) was full blooded Cherokee.

In 2000 when I started searching the net for family some elderly man called me from California and said I was the first person he saw looking for Cuthberth Stone. He said he was kin somehow. Said he had a grandson called him Cuddy for short. Did Enoch go to CA. as a Capt. or something? though I read it somewhere. My father was Harry Garland Zornes and that was a family poineered into Lewis Co. Here in 1810 Census. Andrew Zornes was my GGGgrandfather and fought in Rev. War. He is buried in Horsley/Zornes cemt. in Greenup Co., KY. He was in 68th Penn. Reg. as Quartermaster. I would love to get copies of his papers and stuff. His brother Martin was in the Rev. too but no proof but is buried across the Ohio River from my house in Sandy Springs, Oh.

So who is Cuthberth the Patroit's parents? and Siblings?
MILITARY RECORDS: Maryland Archives, 1681-1783

Cuthbert STONE, Archives of Maryland 1775-83 Volume 18 War of American Revoltion 1775-83 Musters of Maryland Troops, vol II, page 250

Cuthbert STONE, Archives of Maryland 1775-83 Volume 18 War of American Revoltion 1775-83 Muster and Pay Rolls for 1781, page 391

Cuthbert STONE, Archives of Maryland 1775-83 Volume 18 War of American Revoltion 1775-83 Muster and Pay Rolls for 1782, page 442

Cuthbert STONE, Archives of Maryland 1775-83 Volume 18 War of American Revoltion 1775-83 Index, page 727

Cuthbert STONE, Archives of Maryland 1779-1780 Volume 43 Journal and Correspondene of the State Council of Maryland See Index Page 537, page 144

Cuthbert STONE, Archives of Maryland 1779-1780 Volume 43 Index, page 551
MILITARY RECORDS: Served in Revolutionary War, Cuthbert enlisted in St. Mary's County, Maryland and was in Colonel John Gunby's 2nd Maryland Regiment and was wounded at the Battle of Cowpens. He applied for a pension in 1818 and recieved $96.00 a year.
CENSUS RECORDS: 1820 Floyd County, Kentucky page #

STONE, Cuthbert


CENSUS RECORDS: 1830 Floyd County, Kentucky page #94

STONE, Cudbirth 1 male 70 to 80, 1 female 60 to 70


CENSUS RECORDS: 1840 Floyd County, Kentucky page #162

STONE, Cudbeth


Cuthbert Stone b. 1758-60 married Sally ? and died 1844 in Floyd Co., KY. Their children were Margaret Stone b. 1796 m. Peter Bays, Sally Stone b. 1790 m. Jesse Spradlin, Enoch Stone b. 1792, William Stone b. 1804 m. Tacy Minnix, Solomon stone b. 1805, Jane Stone b. 1807, John Stone b. 1808. The children of William Stone and Tacy Minnix include Cuthbert Stone b. 8 Mar 1825 m. Clarinda Arnett their children were Alice Stone b. 1878, Jane Stone b. 1848, Farlena Stone, Logan Stone, Turner Stone, Comadore Stone, Missouri Stone, Tennessee Stone, Costillo Stone, Arty Stone, Samuel "S.M." Stone (twin of Arty) and James Stone
http://boards.tiscali.ancestry.co.uk/localities.no rtham.usa.states.kentucky.counties.floyd

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Subject: Deed between Cuthbert Stone & John Stone

Author: Thelma Harvey

Date: 14 October 2000

Classification: Deed

Surnames: STONE
This indenture, made and entered into this 29th day of September 1840, between Cuthbert Stone and john Stone, both of the County of Floyd and State of Kentucky.

WITNESSETH, that the said John Stone do bargain, sell unto the said Cuthbert Stone a certain tract or parcel of land contianing fifty acres by survey and bounded as followeth, viz:

Beginning on an oak on the north side of a ridge on the left hand fork of Abbott Creek; thence running said creek 77 w. 26 poles a dogwood S.60 W. 39 poles to a white oak; thence up the right fork N.69 west 19 to a beech and gum S. ?3 W. 92 poles to a stake S. 69 E. 42 poles to white oak; thence running county parallel lines agreeable to the lines of the survey also two hundred and sixty two acres beginning on a poplar near the lower end of aforesaid Stones farm on the left hand fork of Abbott; thence running around said fifty acres contain in the deed agreeable to the heirs of the said survey to a poplar and false being a conditional line between John Stone and Cuthbert Stone survey I the said John Stone warrant and defend from him his heirs and from all persons claiming by through or under us. To have and to hold the said premisee forever andc. In witness whereof I the said John Stone do set my hand and seal the day and year above written. In Presence of us: Att: (Wm. M. Smith. Wm. Stone.) John x Stone (seal)
Notes for SALLY SISSON:

Sally SISSON


NOTES: Sally applied for a widows pension in September 1844 at the age of 79 in Floyd County, Kentucky. This was for her husband's service during the Revolutionary War.
Cuthbert died 24 June1844. Sally applied for widows pension in Sept. 1844, age 89. No maiden name given, but she wrote to Pinckneyville, SC for possible proof of their marriage. That is now Union Co and their is a Will in 1796 for a William Sisson which might give information re her-if she is indeed his daughter. in the Rev. War pension of Cuthbert and Sally, her maiden name is not given. However she wrote to Picnkneyville ,SC to try to find record of their marriage on 17 march 1784. This is now Union Co., SC. There is a Will for a William Sisson in 1796 in Union Co which might give valuable information if someone can check it out!

Cuthbert died 24 June 1844 in Floyd Co. Ky and has a Will there. He applied for a pension in 1818 and recieved $96.00 a year. His Widow Sally applied for widows pension in Sept. 1844 at age 89.


Cuthbert enlisted in St. Mary's Co., MD and was in Col John Gunby's 2nd MD regiment and he was wounded at battle of Cowpens.
She stated they were married in SC 17 March 1784. She wrote to Pinckneyville, SC to try and get a record of their marriage, but was unable to get one. That is now in Union Co., SC and in 1784 was in 96th District SC.
There is now maiden name in the pension. However, there is a Will in Union Co., SC in 1796 for a William Sisson, who some say was her father. Have not sent for it yet.
Cuthbert (Cutberth) married Sally Sission in S.C. Sally b abt. 1766/69 in Va. and d. 6-24-1844 in Floyd Co., KY. They had a son Enoch b. abt 1780 and died 1850/60 in Floyd Co., KY He married Nancy Anthony b abt 1790 in NC. I believe I am descended from Enoch's brother Solomon, b. 1799 in Wilkes Co. NC. I don't have any documentation yet but my cousin lived with my Grandmother when she was young so I think it is true. I also looks like they may be descended from Thomas Stone who signed the Declaration of Independence. Ralph Wilcox, cwilcox@juno.com.
In research provided to me, I have the following:Cutberth Stone, b 1755/58, married Sally Sisson in S. C.(Sally b abt. 1766/69 in Va .and d. 6-24-1844 in Floyd Co.). She was the daughter of William Sisson (or Scisson) and Sarah Lowen. Children1. John Stone, b abt 1779/83 in Wilkes County, N.C. Married Dililey Maynard on Apr 8 1808 in Wilkes County. Died June 30, 1859.2. Enoch Stone, b. abt 1780 and died 1850/60 in Floyd County; married Nancy ?3. Solomon Stone, b. 1799 in Wilkes County, married Matilda Walters4. William Stone, b. 1803 in Wilkes County, married Asia or Tacy Music or Minix on May 23, 1822 5. Margaret Stone, b. 1796, Wilkes County, died Aug. 9 1878 in Floyd County; married a Peter? Bays?6. Sarah Stone, b. about 1790/1800 in Wilkes County; married Jesse Spradlin on Sept. 13, 1820 in Floyd Co.7. Jean? Jane? Janice? June? Stone, b. about 1802/1807, married Daniel Adams on Apr. 30, 1818 in Floyd Co., she died Dec. 15, 18558. Cuthbert Stone, b. abt. 1811 in either Wilkes or Floyd County, married Polly Hill onMay 19, 1836 in Floyd Co.
After Cuthbert served in the war he was given land in Kentucky for compensation

Children of CUTHBURT STONE and SALLY SISSON are:

2. i. CUTHBERT3 STONE, b. 1810, Floyd, Kentucky, USA.

ii. JOHN STONE, b. 1799, Wilkes, North Carolina.

3. iii. ENOCH STONE, b. 1780, Wilkes, North Carolina.

iv. SALLY SARAH STONE, b. 1790, Wilkes, North Carolina; m. JESSE SPRADLIN.

v. SOLOMON STONE, b. 1805, Wilkes, North Carolina.

vi. WILLIAM STONE.

4. vii. JANE STONE, b. 1803, Wilkes Co., NC; d. 15 Dec 1855, Middle Creek, Floyd, Kentucky, USA.

5. viii. MARGARET STONE, b. 24 Dec 1796, Wilkes co. nc; d. 09 Aug 1878, magoffin co ky.



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