Papers : 1774-1933.
|Call Number:||HIL-MICL FC LFR .S6J6P4.|
|Creator:||Stone, Joel, 1749-1833.|
|Description:||2 microfilm textual records () ; 35 mm|
Joel Stone was a Loyalist and founder of Gananoque, Ontario, who came from Guilford, and later Litchfield, Connecticut. He was the second son of Stephen Stone (b.1721) and his wife Rebecca Bishop. In 1780 he married Leah Moore (d.1793) and they had two children, William Moore and Mary, who reached adulthood. He married, secondly, Abigail Dayton (nee Cogswell). Mary Stone married Charles MacDonald, and records relating to their children, William Stone, John Lewis, and Charles Joel, can be found among the Joel Stone Papers.
The Joel Stone Papers are arranged in chronological order on two microfilm reels as follows in the following manner:
|Originals:||The original records are held by the Archives of Ontario.|
|Archival Ref. No.:||AO MS 519.|
A brief typed description of each document can be found on the microfilm reels immediately preceding an item or group of items. The individual descriptions have been photocopied from the microfilm and assembled to form a combined table of contents and microfilm shelf list which is available in print with the Loyalist Collection Finding Aids.
|Electronic Finding Aid Record:|
The Joel Stone Papers were arranged and microfilmed in chronological order. The documents listed in the Joel Stone Papers which were received from the Old Authors Shop, Ottawa, 1787-1877, were microfilmed chronologically with the rest of the collection. A separate table of contents for these documents has been included in Reel 1 immediately after the date, 1787. The dates noted in this list are inaccurate in some cases
Researchers may wish to consult the following related material: The microfilm of the Joel Stone Papers, 1786 - 1873, which is held by Queen's University Archives, is available in the Loyalist Collection and is shelved at MIC-Loyalist FC LFR .S6J6P3.