Thomas McDonough Stone

Thomas McDonough Stone

Male 1818 - 1905  (87 years)

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  • Name Thomas McDonough Stone 
    Born 24 Jan 1818 
    Gender Male 
    Died 24 Apr 1905 
    Age 87 years 
    Person ID I86728  Tree2020
    Last Modified 20 Nov 2020 

    Father Reuben Stone 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Nancy Fairchild 
    Relationship natural 
    Family ID F61357  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Maria Burroughs 
     1. Myron H Stone  [natural]
     2. Benjamin P Stone  [natural]
    Married: 1x3. Mrsfrankjbradner Stone  [natural]
    Last Modified 20 Nov 2020 
    Family ID F61356  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Thomas McDonough Stone - January 24, 1818 - April 24, 1905. Plot B-343. Son of Reuben and Nancy Fairchild Stone. Husband of Maria Burroughs Stone.
      Newspaper Obituary - Wednesday, May 3, 1905 Pulaski Democrat - Pulaski, New York - Thomas M. Stone - Thomas McDonough Stone, one of Pulaski's oldest and highly esteemed citizens, as was announced last week, died at his home in this village April 24. His funeral was held Wednesday at half-past two. Rev. J. B. Felt officiating, and the officers of Pulaski Lodge, No. 415, F. & A. M. attended and exemplified the burial service of that order. The bearers were W. F. Austin, G. W. Seamans, C. L. Myers and A. N. Beadle, all members of the Masonic fraternity. Mrs. C. E. Low and Miss Bessie Davis saying two selections. Many and beautiful floral tributes were in evidence, among which was a floral pillow from the children, upon which was the word "Father." Thomas M. Stone was born in the town of Jackson, Washington County, January 24, 1818, and was named after Thomas McDonough, a naval hero of Lake Champlain and the war of 1812, the old hero being a warm personal friend of the father of the deceased. In his younger days he was engaged with his father in farming at his native town and in 1836 with his family he removed to Pulaski and since that time has resided here. For a number of years he was extensively engaged in farming after coming to Pulaski and in 1863 engaged in the hardware business, purchasing the interest of Norman Clark, and with the late D. Brunson Meacham as a partner remained in that business several years. He had been at various times and for many years after locating in Pulaski, engaged in various business enterprises. Mr. Stone was always a very cordial and pleasant person to meet and his absence will be keenly felt in the large circle of friends he leaves. Besides the widow he leaves two sons and a daughter, Myron H. Stone, of Mexico, and Benjamin P. Stone, of Chicago, and Mrs. Frank J. Bradner, of Syracuse.