To those researchers and interested parties of the line- age of Jonathan Stone and Felisha Cook--Stone it has been found that their oldest child was a son named, James. As noted by Margaret Nolen Nichol, James married Nancy Ann Bobbitt. It appears according to documents found that James and Nancy died pre-mature deaths of early age by sickness and/or disease or possibly at the hands of the roaming Indians of that time. James and Ann had three known child- ren that are documented. A daughter, that Margaret Nolen Nichol mentions often, Avarilla Green Stone. Avarilla did marry Charnock Cox Rust. It is also to be known that Nancy Ann Bobbitt was the daughter of William Bobbitt. At the time of James and Nancy's death they left two young sons that were placed as orphans in the custody of Nancy's par- ents, namely her father, William Bobbitt. This can be founded documented in the Abstract Wills of Franklin Co., NC.,.. The courts awarded in 1806 Guardianship of Hiram and Macon Stone, sons of James Stone to William Bobbitt, their maternal grandfather.