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The Stone Family's Connections to David and Mary White

Although the Stone family had a surprising connection to the Barrett White estate, another piece of Stone/White wonder was uncovered with a little more record digging.

While searching for deeds involving the Stone family in Henrico County, the below record surfaced.  In 1771, Thomas Stone (brother to William Stone) purchased 65 acres in Henrico County from John Robinson of Orange County, North Carolina.  According to the below deed, John Robinson was the son of Thomas Robinson, and the description of the land included mention of a creek and branches, but unfortunately, the name of the creek and branches were not provided.  However, previously, we learned that part of Thomas Stone's land included 100 acres on Gilleys Creek.  So, it is very possible that the 65 acres mentioned in the below deed were also in the same area.  The Robinson to Stone deed begins halfway down the page.

Look who witnessed the above indenture.....David White along with Thomas Stone's brother, William Sto…

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