Another researcher of the Stone family ask me about the Stone brothers that fought in the Revolutionary War at Guilford Courthouse in North Carolina. He pointed out that William Stone, son of Capt. John Stone served with a Warren Henley Stone there also. He seemed to think that they were brothers. As I checked into this I found that Warren Henley Stone was the son of a John Stone and his wife was, Mary Warren-Stone. John and Mary Warren Stone were from Charles County, Maryland originally. Warren was almost 15 years old when he had joined the NC, militia to fight in March of 1781. Warren was not kin to William Stone of Franklin Co., NC.,. William was born in 1763 and was about 18 years of age at the time of the battle. It was in Halifax County, North Carolina that William Stone was born to Capt. John Stone and his second wife, Pegee Merritt-Stone. It was during a furlough and a return trip home that William Stone helped his parents,Capt.John Stone and Pegee Merritt-Stone moved their home from Halifax Co., to the newly formed Franklin Co., NC.,.