Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

John Hoskins Stone (1750-1804)
MSA SC 3520-1199

Sources:


Archival Sources:

Adjutant General, Militia Appointments, 1794-1804, no. 1, p. 4, MdHR 1349 [MSA S348-1, 2/8/3/13].

Compiled Service Records of Soldiers Who Served in the American Army During the Revolutionary War, NARA M881, from Fold3.com.

General Assembly, House of Delegates, Assessment Record, 1783, Charles County, Seventh District, General, p. 11 [MSA S1161-5-4, 1/4/5/48].

General Assembly, House of Delegates, Assessment Record, 1783, Anne Arundel, Town Neck Hundred, p. 3 [MSA S1161-1-15, 1/4/5/44].

George Washington Papers, series 4, General Correspondence, George Washington to Gustavus Scott, 7 December 1796, Library of Congress.

George Washington Papers, series 5, Financial Papers, General Ledger B, 1772–1793, Library of Congress.

Maryland State Papers, Blue Books, John Hoskins Stone to John Davidson, 29 March 1789, vol. 3, no. 26, MdHR 4642 [MSA 0990-4-55, 1/6/4/42].

Maryland State Papers, Blue Books, John Hoskins Stone to John Davidson, 8 April 1789, vol. 3, no. 27, MdHR 4642-27 [MSA 0990-4-56, 16/4/42].

Maryland State Papers, Blue Books, John Hoskins Stone to John Davidson, 1789, vol. 3, no. 28, MdHR 4642-28 [MSA 0990-4-57, 1/6/4/42].

Maryland State Archives, Special Collections, Legislative History Project, Mary Couden Stone [MSA SC 3520-2235, 2/11/11/39]

Maryland State Papers, Brown Books, John Hoskins Stone to Thomas Johnson, 29 June 1778, vol. 5, no. 113, MdHR 4614 [MSA S991-7, 1/6/5/8].

Maryland State Papers, Red Books, “Extract of a Letter from Camp,” 5 October 1777, vol. 6, no. 36, MdHR 4564 [MSA S989-8, 1/6/3/41].

Maryland State Papers, Red Books, John Hoskins Stone to the Maryland Convention, 1775, vol. 32, no. 14, MdHR 4603-14 [MSA S989-4646, 1/6/4/35].

Maryland State Papers, Red Books, John Hoskins Stone to Thomas Johnson, 9 April 1779, vol. 25, no. 65, MdHR 4593 [MSA S989-37, 1/6/4/25].

Maryland State Papers, Red Books, John Hoskins Stone to Thomas Johnson, 27 May 1779, vol. 25, no. 63-1, MdHR 4593 [MSA S989-37. 1/6/4/25].

Maryland State Papers, Red Books, John Hoskins Stone to Thomas Johnson, 3 July 1779, vol. 25, no. 58, MdHR 4593 [MSA S989-37, 1/6/4/25].

Maryland State Papers, Red Books, John Hoskins Stone to Thomas Johnson, 12 July 1779, vol. 25, no. 56, MdHR 4593 [MSA S989-37, 1/6/4/25].

Maryland Sate Papers, Red Books, Proceedings of the Committee of Observation of Charles County, 26 February 1776, vol. 15, no. 198, MdHR 4578 [MSA S989-22, 1/6/4/10].

Maryland State Papers, Red Books, Thomas Jones to Thomas Johnson, 10 October 1777, vol. 14, no. 99, MdHR 4576 [MSA S989-20, 1/6/4/8].

Maryland State Papers, Red Books, William Paca to Thomas Johnson, 3 September 1777, vol. 4, no. 95, MdHR 4561 [MSA S989-5, 1/6/3/38].

Smith, Samuel to Otho Holland Williams, 16 February 1779, Williams Papers, 1744-1839, Maryland Historical Society, MS 908.

Smith, Samuel to Otho Holland Williams, 15 April 1779, Williams Papers, 1744-1839, Maryland Historical Society, MS 908.

Smith, Samuel to Otho Holland Williams, 5 July 1780, Williams Papers, 1744-1839, Maryland Historical Society, MS 908.

U.S. Federal Census, 1790, Charles County.


Published Sources:

Bowling, Kenneth R. The Creation of Washington, D.C.: The Idea and Location of the American Capital. Fairfax, VA: Georgetown Mason University Press, 1991.

Custis, George Washington Parke. Recollections and Private Memoirs of Washington. New York: Derby and Jackson, 1860.

Federal Direct Tax, 1798, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 729.

Gardiner, John to Thomas Jefferson, 25 February 1801, Founders Online, National Archives.

Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, July 7 to December 31, 1776, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 12.

Journal of the Maryland Convention July 26 to August 14, 1775, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 11.

Lee, Jean B. The Price of Nationhood: The American Revolution in Charles County. New York: W.W. Norton and Co., 1994.

Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 18.

Newman, Harry Wright. The Stones of Poynton Manor: A Genealogical History of Captain William Stone.Self-published, 1937.

Papenfuse, Edward C., et al., eds. A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature, 1635-1789. Vol II. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1985.

Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1797, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 105.

Skaggs, David Curtis.  Roots of Maryland Democracy, 1753-1776. USA: Greenwood Press, Inc., 1973.

Steuart, Reiman. A History of the Maryland Line in the Revolutionary War. Towson, MD: Metropolitan Press, 1969.

Steuben, Frederick. Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States, Part I. Philadelphia: Styner and Cist, 1792).

Stone, John Hoskins to George Washington, 22 January 1778, Founders Online, National Archives.

Stone, John Hoskins to George Washington, 21 March 1778, Founders Online, National Archives.

Stone, John Hoskins to George Washington, 12 December 1796, Founders Online, National Archives.

Stone, John Hoskins to George Washington, 16 December 1796, Founders Online, National Archives.

Stryker, William S. The Battles of Trenton and Princeton. Cambridge: Boston, Houghton, and Mifflin Co., 1898.

Tacyn, Mark Andrew. “‘To the End:’ The First Maryland Regiment and the American Revolution.” PhD diss., University of Maryland College Park, 1999.

Warford-Johnston, Benjamin. “American Colonial Committees of Correspondence: Encountering Oppression, Exploring Unity, and Exchanging Visions of the Future.” History Teacher, vol. 50, no. 1 (November 2016): 83-128.

Washington, George. “Where, how, or with whom, my time is Spent.” March 1775, Founders Online, National Archives.

Washington, George to John Hoskins Stone, 8 January 1777, Founders Online, National Archives.

Washington, George to John Hoskins Stone, 8 February 1778, Founders Online, National Archives.

Washington, George to John Hoskins Stone, 6 December 1795, Founders Online, National Archives.

Washington, George to John Hoskins Stone, 7 December 1796, Founders Online, National Archives.

Washington, George to Richard Peters, 12 May 1777, Founders Online, National Archives.


Newspapers:
Maryland Gazette (Annapolis), 11 October 1804, Maryland Gazette Collection, 170 [MSA M 1286].

Mercantile Advertiser (New York), 18 October 1804.


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