James K. Stoner , 8 North 50 West



In 1860 Lawrence County, Pennsylvania John Stoner is farming, 48, with Margaret 44, Susan 19, Maria 15, Marion 13, Sarah 11, Rachel 9, James 6, Washington 4, and Sarah E. 2.
Next household is James Stoner 39, with Ellenor 43. and their kids.

In 1870, James is 16, still with John and Margaret. Washington is 14, Sarah E. 12, and Conner 10.

In 1880 James 24, Washington 22, Lizie 23, and Conner 19 are still with their parents in Lawrence County.

James Stoner 1810-1889 is buried in Slippery Rock, Butler County, Pennsylvania, dying at Rose Point in Lawrence County. FindaGrave # 134033945.


James claimed a quarter in section 14, 8N 50W in 1893.

In 1900 Summit County, Colorado, James R. Stoner is a railroad laborer, born October 1853 in Pennsylvania, boarding wtih Nettie Stewart and her family.

Littleton Colorado, October 4, 1901

New Castle, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania

October 16, 1901

One tree said he was the son of John Stoner IV 1812-1894 and Margaret 1817-1905.

John and Margaret are bujried in Rose Point.

He might be related to the Edward Stoner of a dozen miles east.

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