Solomon Stone and Elizabeth Ladd
SOLOMON STONE was born December 03, 1752 in Prince Edward Co., Virginia, and died 1839-40 in Marion Co.,Tennessee. He married ELIZABETH LADD Bef 1774 in Virginia, daughter of Noble Ladd and Judith Dameron.
Father: Marbel Stone
Mother: Lucy Bostick
Solomon Stone was a soldier of the Revolutionary War. He was living in Surry Co. North Carolina when he enlisted. He was in the North Carolina Troops under Captain Richard Goode and Colonel Joseph Williams. Ezekiel and Solomon Stone served in the same units. Solomon was placed on the pension roll on April 6 1833. Solomon's Revolutionary War Pension Record states that after the war he moved to Georgia, then to South Carolina, then to Tennessee, then to Alabama, then to Marion Co. Tennessee about 1829. No Georgia record has been found for Solomon being in Georgia. However Noble, Solomon's son, did make a bond on March 18, 1845 for some land that was in the county formerly known as Dade County Georgia.
Children of Solomon Stone and Elizabeth Ladd are:
i. THOMAS STONE, b. 1775-1785.
ii. .DELANEY STONE, m. THOMAS GROSS
iv. SOLOMON STONE, JR, b. Abt 1790.
v. Noble L Stone, b. 1800, Tennessee; d. 1863, Newton Co. Arkansas; m. (1) MARY SIMMONS, July 20, 1816, Tennessee; m. (2) NANCY CROW, 1850-1860
vi. JOHN STONE, b. Unknown.
vii. LITTLEBERRY STONE, b. Unknown
viii WILLIAM STONE, b. Unknown
ix. Elizabeth Stone, born June 12, 1795 in South Carolina; died 1862 in Lawrence Co., Tennessee.
1774 Surry County North Carolina: Solomon is listed on tax records
1778 Surry County North Carolina: Solomon is listed on tax records
1783 Surry County North Carolina: Solomon is listed on tax records
April 10, 1788: Solomon is listed on fathers will
1800 Pendleton District, South Carolina: Solomon is listed on the Census. Also listed is Thomas Stone.
March 6, 1809 Anderson County South Carolina: Solomon grants David Lay two tracts of land in Anderson County; one being 250 acres and the other being 383 acres.
March 12, 1814 Bedford County Tennesssee: Solomon sells a slave recorded Apr 19, 1815
Dec 31, 1814 Bedford County Tennesssee: Solomon buys 132 acres recorded Apr 19, 1815
1817 Lawrence County Tennessee: Solomon listed on tax list
1818 Lawrence County Tennessee: Solomon listed on tax list
1830 Marion County Tennessee: Solomon and his wife are listed at the age of 70-80
1830 Marion County Tennessee: Solomon buys 100 acres on top of Cumberland Mountains near Battle Creek
1832 Marion County Tennessee: Solomon buys 202 acres on Swedens Creek and Battle Creek
November 20, 1832 Marion County Tennessee: Solomon applies for Revolution War Pension
Dec 3 1939 Marion County Tennessee: Solomon sells a slave girl named Polly
March 16, 1840 Marion County Tennessee: Noble Stone sold 155 acres he inherited by will from Solomon.