Warren Henley Stone (1766 - 1849) MP

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Birthplace: Boynton Manor, Durham Parish, Charles, Maryland, United States
Death: Died in Lowndes, Alabama, United States
Occupation: Planter
Managed by: Carol Hooper Childs
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About Warren Henley Stone

STONE, WARREN HENLEY, was born in 1766, the son of John Stone and Mary Warren Stone of Charles County, Maryland. He was fourteen years, eight months old when he fought in the Battle of Guilford's Courthouse in March of 1781. Warren Stone was honored by the Anne Phillips Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Montogmery, Alabama Chapter on May 9, 2001, in Burkeville, Alabama. The Montgomery Advertiser on May 13, 2001 published an article on Warren Stone's grave marking by the DAR. Listed in North Carolina Revolutionary Soldiers, Sailors, Patriots and Descendants, compiled by Joseph T. Maddox and Mary Carter (Albany, Ga.: Georgia Pioneers Publications [1976]), vol ii, p. 177.

A search of the DAR Patriot Index provided the information found below.

STONE, Warren

Birth: MD 22 Jul 1766

Service: NC

Rank: Sol

Death: AL 27 Oct 1849

Patriot Pensioned: No Widow Pensioned: No

Children Pensioned: No Heirs Pensioned: No

Spouse: Silvey X

Spouse: Mary X

Spouse: Martha Bedell

1805-From EXCERPTS FROM INFORMATION ON SOME GEORGIA PIONEERS-Sub title Family Heads 1805 Ga Mattox--- Warren Stone of Greene Co m Martha Bedell and two others.

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Warren Henley Stone's Timeline

1766
July 22, 1766
Durham Parish, Charles, Maryland, United States
1781
March 1781
Age 14
North Carolina, United States

STONE, WARREN HENLEY, was born in 1766, the son of John Stone and Mary Warren Stone of Charles County, Maryland. He was fourteen years, eight months old when he fought in the Battle of Guilford's Courthouse in March of 1781. Warren Stone was honored by the Anne Phillips Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Montogmery, Alabama Chapter on May 9, 2001, in Burkeville, Alabama. The Montgomery Advertiser on May 13, 2001 published an article on Warren Stone's grave marking by the DAR. Listed in North Carolina Revolutionary Soldiers, Sailors, Patriots and Descendants, compiled by Joseph T. Maddox and Mary Carter (Albany, Ga.: Georgia Pioneers Publications [1976]), vol ii, p. 177.

1789
December 21, 1789
Age 23
Wilkes County, Georgia, United States
1795
1795
Age 28
1797
November 24, 1797
Age 31
Georgia, United States
1800
March 24, 1800
Age 33
Oglethorpe, Macon, Georgia, United States
1805
May 31, 1805
Age 38
Georgia, United States
1814
December 7, 1814
Age 48
Georgia, United States
1815
1815
Age 48
Georgia, United States
1820
1820
Age 53
Lowndes County, Alabama, United States

This home was probably built in the 1820's since Warren arrived in Lowndes County in 1818. Just past the cemetery is a private chapel belonging to the Stone Family. It held between 100-150 people. The Stone Family were devout Methodists and a son, John Henley, was a lay Methodist minister.