Matching family tree profiles for Nancy F. Stone
About Nancy F. Stone
She appears to have been a sister of Elizabeth H. Lomax. They are listed on facing pages of the 1850 census, making them close neighbors. She might also have been a sister of the Jane Meadow, with whom she appears on the 1850 census.
In 1850 Nancy Lomax (30), born in Missouri, was living in Andrew County, Missouri, in the household of William B. Allen (29), a farmer, born in Missouri. This same household included Allen's wife Isabell (31), born in Virginia; Jane Meadow (38), born in Tennessee; and Margaret Best (9), born in Missouri. William Allen was a Justice of the Peace. The family was living next door to the family of O. C. Roberts.
There is no apparent relationship between Nancy and the other members of this household.
This William Allen was William Bethel Allen, and his wife was Isabella Clark Beattie. They were married 1845 in Andrew County. William was born in Callaway County, the home of Asahel Lomax. His brother Moses Allen solemnized the marriage of Rufus Roberson and Elizabeth Lomax.
Jane Meadow might have been the Jane S. Meadows, of Livingston, Missouri, who was born about 1815 (daughter of Thomas Meadows and Elizabeth Todd), and died about 1890.
She also might have been the Jane Meador, born 14 April 1817 in Tennessee, daughter of Jesse and Nancy Jane (Chewning) Meador. That Jane had a brother John Watson Meador, who lived in Sullivan County, Missouri.
She might have been a relative of the Joel Meadow, who married Martha Lomax about 1833 in Preble County, Ohio. She might also have been a relative of the William Meadows who married Eunice Hunt before 1851. Eunice was a step-daughter of Solomon Knight, a first cousin of Asahel Lomax on his mother's side.
In 1852 Nancy married Augustus Stone, who in 1850 had been a near neighbor of Bethel Allen.
Nancy died before 1880, when her husband Augustus appears on the census as a widower.
- Residence: 1850 - Platte, Andrew, Missouri, USA
- Residence: June 1 1870 - Missouri, USA
- Race: White
She appears on the 1850 census next door to O. C. (Oswald) Roberts. Her sister Elizabeth appears next to Thomas B. Roberts. Neither family appear to be their relatives, nor were they relatives of each other.
A Nancy Stone appears on the 1896 Dawes Roll (No. 5090) as a Cherokee.