Thompson & brother Tilman Jacobs married Serena Dorman Betsill.
Serena's mother Perthena was Fenn-Fann/Dorman.
John Dorman married Lucinda Fenn-Fann
This line connects to all the other VIP families to include Conway,Ball,James Madison,G.Washington.
Stone Family of Richmond and Halifax Counties, Virginia
William Stone b abt 1645, of Old Rappahannock (Richmond Co.), VA. He md Sarah(Howard) abt 1668, Pittsylvania, VA.
Children of William Stone and Sarah Howard were:
* William Stone b abt 1670, Old Rappahannock (Richmond Co.), VA; md Elizabeth Dennett
* Joshua Stone b 26 Oct 1672.
* Sarah Stone b abt 1674, Old Rappahannock (Richmond Co.), VA; md Gen.Thomas Glascock.
* Mary Stone b abt 1676, Old Rappahannock (Richmond Co.), VA; md John Fann.
* Elizabeth Stone b abt 1677, Old Rappahannock (Richmond Co.), VA; md William Dawson.
* Daughter Stone b abt 1678, Old Rappahannock (Richmond Co.), VA; md Robert Schofield.
* Philip Stone b abt 1680, Old Rappahannock (Richmond Co.), VA; md Sarah.
Joshua Stone b 1716, Richmond Co., VA, d 1790, Pittsylvania, VA. He md Wilmoth Bryan(t)
joshua Stone b 13 Oct 1744; md Mary J. Hoskins 15 Jul 1769, prob Pittsylvania, VA.
Benjamin Stone b 26 Sep 1747; md Sarah Lewis.
Thomas Stone b 13 or 31 Dec 1750; md  Elizabeth Dobyns 8 Aug 1773,  Sarah Anderson 20 Jun 1780.(signer of the Declaration of Independence.)
John Stone b 25 Nov 1754, prob Halifax, VA, d 10 Jul 1824, Pittsylvania, VA. He md  Dolly Hoskins 2 Oct 1777, Halifax, VA,  Lucy Hoskins. Dolly Hoskins was daughter of William Hoskins and Dolly Coleman.
James Hoskins Stone b 17 Oct 1778, d 13 Oct 1854; md Elizabeth Fitzgerald
Nancy Stone b 6 Nov 1783, Pittsylvania, VA; md Robert Easley 31 Oct 1799, Halifax, VA
Mary Stone b 6 Jan 1786, Pittsylvania, VA, d 10 Jan 1810; md Unknown Matthews 1807
Elizabeth Stone b 15 Jan 1791, Pittsylvania, VA, d 10 May 1840. She md Rev. Joel Hubbard 13 Feb 1812, Halifax, VA, son of Samuel Hubbard and Patience Hurt.
Raleigh Travers Daniel (1805–1877)
DANIEL, Raleigh Travers, jurist, born in Star-ford County, Virginia, 15 October 1805 ; died in Richmond, 16 August 1877. His father was an eminent physician, his mother a daughter of Thomas Stone, signer of the Declaration of Independence.
Daniel was born on October 15, 1805, in Falmouth, Stafford County, and was the son of John Moncure Daniel, an army surgeon, and the second of his three wives, Margaret Stone Daniel. His sister married William Crane, a prominent Baptist lay leader in Richmond and Baltimore. After the death of his father in 1813, Daniel lived with and was educated in the Richmond home of his uncle and guardian, Peter V. Daniel (1784–1860), a member of the Council of State and later an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. R. T. Daniel studied law with his uncle and on November 21, 1826, received his law license. He married Elizabeth Susan Tabb Riddle, a Gloucester County widow, on November 7, 1831. They had at least four daughters and three sons. She died on June 13, 1874.
Moncure Conway (1832–1907)
Contributed by Norman Schools
Moncure Conway was a Methodist minister, Unitarian minister, abolitionist, free thinker, and prolific writer who the historian John d'Entremont describes as "the most thoroughgoing white male radical produced by the antebellum South." Born into a prominent Virginia slaveholding family, he nevertheless became an outspoken critic of the South's "peculiar institution," anguishing over how to reconcile his background with his antislavery convictions in his younger years. He first openly allied himself with abolitionists in July 1854 in the wake of the capture in Boston, Massachusetts, of fugitive slave Anthony Burns, whom Conway claimed to have known in Virginia. During the American Civil War (1861–1865), Conway accompanied thirty-one of his father's slaves, all of whom had escaped to Washington, D.C., on a harrowing train ride to freedom in southwestern Ohio. There he established what came to be known as the Conway Colony; many African Americans continue to live in the area and identify their ancestors as Virginia slaves. In addition, Conway traveled in high literary circles, authoring as many seventy published works, including popular book-length arguments against slavery and important biographies of Nathaniel Hawthorne and Thomas
6 Sarah Stone b: ABT 1672 d: BEF 7 NOV 1704
+General Thomas Glascock b: 1 JUN 1662 d: 8 JAN 1726
6 Mary Stone b: ABT 1675 d: 20 NOV 1732
+ John Fann b: ABT 1675 d: 20 NOV 1719
+ Sarah Howard b: ABT 1650 d: 1 MAY 1717
6 Elizabeth Stone b: ABT 1678 d: 9 OCT 1725
+ William Dawson b: ABT 1675
6 William Stone b: ABT 1681 d: 21 APR 1749
+ Elizabeth X
4 Elizabeth Stone b: ABT 1605
+ Edward Mewes b: 1589 d: 12 MAR 1640
5 Agnes Mewes b: 23 FEB 1627
4 William Stone , Gov. b: ABT 1615 d: BEF 1663