Edward STONESTREET (1610-1680)

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Edward STONESTREET (1610-1680) & Mary ELLIOTT (1602-1687)

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Edward STONESTREET (1610-1680) & Mary ELLIOTT (1602-1687)

6th great-grandparents of Charles Edward LINTON (1890-1958)

7th great-grandparents of Kirk Louis LINTON (1914-1987)

 

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Edward STONESTREET (1610-1680) was the son of Edward STONESTREET Sr., (1582–1655) & Anne LORD (1582–1632)  of Hailsham, Sussex, England. Edward was baptized on February 2 1610, in the Church of Saint Michael and All Angels in Birchden, Parish Withyham, County Sussex, England. Edward died in 1680 in Birchden, Parish Withyham, County Sussex, England. 

Edward first married Mary WIMBORNE (1606-1628) on November 7, 1620, in East Grinstead, County Sussex, England.  Edward & Mary WIMBORNE had two known children: Peter STONESTREET (1627–1685) and Agnes STONESTREET (1628–1698) both born in Birchekn, Withyham, County Sussex, England. Mary WIMBORNE died in childbirth in March of 1628 with Agnes. 

On October 1, 1629, Edward next married Mary ELLIOTT (1602-1687) in Birchekn, County Sussex. Mary was the daughter of Thomas ELLIOTT (1580–1660) & Judeth (1580–1676) of Sussex, England.  Mary was baptized on June 6, 1602 Rye, Sussex, England and died in 1687 in Birchekn, Withyham, Sussex, England.

 

Edward & Mary ELLIOTT had eleven known children:

 

Margaret STONESTREET (1630–?); Thomas STONESTREET (1630–1706) emigrant; Elizabeth STONESTREET (1631–1706); Edward STONESTREET (1632–1693); Robert STONESTREET (1634–?); Phillip STONESTREET (1636–1688); Mary STONESTREET (1637–?); Martin STONESTREET (1639–?); Richard STONESTREET (1641–?); Lydia STONESTREET (1642–?); Susannah STONESTREET (1645–?).

 

Direct ancestral linage:

Edward STONESTREET (1610-1680) & Mary ELLIOTT (1602-1687)

Thomas STONESTREET Sr., (1630-1706) emigrant & Elizabeth BUTLER (1634–1698)

Thomas STONESTREET Jr., (1672-1771) & Christian BARNES (1672–1737)

Butler STONESTREET (1703-1755) & Jane EDELEN (1718–1770)

Adjutant General Henry STONESTREET (1752-1812) & Mary Noble EDELEN (1753–1818)

Doctor Joseph Noble STONESTREET (1782-1838) & Rosalie "Rosey" Ann EDELEN (1786–1834)

Doctor Edward Noble STONESTREET (1822-1890) & Sarah Ann "Sally" FENMOR (1824–1870)

Sallie Fenmor STONESTREET (1861-1926) & John Edward LINTON (1838-1901)

Charles "Charlie" Edward LINTON (1890-1958) &  Annie Lucretia CRONK (1888-1956)

Kirk Louis LINTON (1914-1987) & Evelyn Virginia BIRD (1922-2012)

8th great-grandparents of Kenneth “Ken” Edward LINTON & Terry Louis LINTON

 

 

Editors NoteJeff Augustus "Gus" BIRD (1893-1954)  was not related to Edward & Mary STONESTREET, but was related to one of their grandsons, Thomas STONESTREET II (1673-1771) & Christian BARNES (1674-1737) of Birch Den Plantation, Newport Hundred, Charles County, Maryland.

 

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The surname of STONESTREET was originally derived from the Old English word STANSTRAET, literally meaning the dweller at the paved road, usually Roman and probably relating to the Roman road from Chichester to London, anciently called Stanistreet. Most of the place-names that yield surnames are usually of small communities, villages, hamlets, some so insignificant that they are now lost to the map. A place-name, it is reasonable to suppose, was a useful surname only when a man moved from his place of origin to elsewhere, and his new neighbours bestowed it, or he himself adopted it. 

The earliest of the name on record appears to be Salomon de Stonstret, who was recorded in County Kent in the year 1275. Stephen de Stonstred was documented in Berkshire in 1276. The earliest English placenames were those taken over by the Anglo-Saxons from the Britons at the time of their settlement in Britain between the 5th and 6th centuries. It was after the Norman Conquest of 1066 that hereditary surnames began to be used. Many of the incoming Normans identified themselves by reference to the estates from which they had come in Northern France, and others took names from the places in England in which they settled. 

Elias de Stonstret was recorded in 1279 in County Essex, and Richard atte Stanstrete was mentioned in 1293, County Sussex. In the Middle Ages heraldry came into use as a practical matter. It originated in the devices used to distinguish the armoured warriors in tournament and war, and was also placed on seals as marks of identity. As far as records show, true heraldry began in the middle of the 12th century, and appeared almost simultaneously in several countries of Western Europe. Later instances of the name include John Coppin and Sarah Stonistreet, who were married in London in 1616 (no church recorded) and William Box married Mary Stonestreet at St. George's, Hanover Square, London in the year 1754. The associated coat of arms is recorded in Sir Bernard Burkes General Armory. Ulster King of Arms in 1884. Registered in County Sussex, and Stondon Hall, County Essex.

 

 

 

 

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