Nickolas Stoner/Stiner 1779-1845
(Wheeling Twp., Guernsey Co., OH)
D Nickolas Stoner/Stiner b. 1779 d. 1845 Wheeling Twp., Guernsey Co., OH. An early settler in Guernsey Co. he served in the War of 1812 in the 3rd regiment (Miller) Ohio Militia, Oct. 23, 1812 Feb. 1813 as an ensign under Captain Cyrus P. Beatty. Upon his death he owned lots in Winchester, 163 arces in Wheeling Twp., and a saw and grist mill in Guernsey Co.
m. Mary Stoner(1) b. 1780 d. 1850
both are buried in Douglas cemetery in Madison Twp., Guernsey Co. OH.
D1 Elizabeth Stoner b. ca 1800 d. 1866 Moved to Coshocton Co. OH. About 1859, they moved to Warren, IND., around 1865 moved to Oakwood Twp. Vermilion Co., IL
m. Mar. 1, 1828, Elisha Sutton, b. ca. 1800 Guernsey Co., OH d. 1879 in Danville, ILL. Buried in the Poorfarms cemetery. Seven children Rebecca Jane, Mary Ann, Martha M., Lidia, Peter, Susan, George Anderson
D2 Joseph Stoner m. 1828 Jane Dill, Guernsey Co., OH, three children(1)
D3 Sarah Stoner m. 1824 James Shrum, Guernsey Co., OH
D4 Mary Stoner In 1850 her mother was living with her. m. widower McPeak
D5 Peter Stoner/Stiner b. 1810 d. 1846 m. Rachel, b. 1815 d. 1874
D6 Fredrick Stoner/Stiner
D7 Susanna Stoner/Stiner m. ___________ Burmott
D8 Margaret Stoner/Stiner m. ________ Swineheart
D9 Sophia Stoner/Stiner m._________ Buckmaster
D0 Hester Stoner/Stiner b. 1895 m. Jacob Beatty
Da Henry Stoner/Stiner b. abt.1823 m. Lydia________, b. abt.1828
Db John Stoner/Stiner d. before 1845
Db1 Margaret Stoner
Db2 Mary Stoner
Db3 Nickolas Stoner
Db4 John Stoner

Handwritten Bio by Elyzabeth S. Mc Corkle (1978)
Typed Tree by Susie Edenburn Calvin, Danville, IL
(1) Census records

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Posted August 2005


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