Stone, David T., was born in Guilford, Conn., October 9, 1769, and his wife, Thankful Smith, was a native of
Massachusetts. Mr. Stone came to Jericho, Chittenden county, Vt., where he lived several years, and died in Westford,
Vt., September 3, 1845, at the age of seventy six. His wife died in Underhill in 1834. Mr. Stone was a farmer.
Their children were Hervey, Hiram, and Electa. Hervey Stone was a native of Jericho, and died in Swanton in 1887,
at the age of eighty seven. He married Eliza Smith, of Underhill, Chittenden county, Vt., a daughter of John and
Mary (Rogers) Smith, and his children were John S. Mary E., Lucia E. (who died in New Jersey, aged fifty), Harriet
M., and Henry M. The latter was born in Jericho in 1828, and in 1852 came to Swanton, where he now resides. He
married Olive Barker Sawyer, of Rutland county, Vt., daughter of Noah W. and Olive (Barker) Sawyer, September 4,
1851. His children are Charles H., of Minneapolis, Mimi.; Emily O., also of Minneapolis; George B., a clergyman,
of Baltimore, Md.; Edward S. a clergyman of Enosburgh, Vt.; Walter H., deceased; Arthur W., a law student in New
York city; and Florence M. Mr. Stone has been justice of the peace ten years, and held many offices of trust in
the town and county of Franklin. He was associated with F. Tarble in building the water works at Swanton. He has
built two stores, and is an extensive dealer in lumber. His mother, Eliza Stone, survives at the age of ninety
two, and resides at Swanton.
History of Franklin and Grand Isle Counties Vermont
Edited by: Lewis Cass Aldrich
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y.
Franklin County, VT
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