Title: Stone Fonds
Creator: Patricia Stone
Dates of Material: 1860-2000, primarily 1888 to 1930.
Physical Description: 5 inches; 12.5 cm
Scope and Contents:
1. Annie Stone (1859-1963) diary, 1888-1890; family album, c. 1900 to 1930; ambrotype 1860, photograph 1959.
2. Stone Family Trees
Much to Be Done, by Frances Hoffmann and Fran Taylor (Toronto, Natural Heritage, 1996, 2000 printing).
Lydia, Legend of a Good Woman; by D. S. J. Parsons, 1978, bound volume. Biography of Lydia Parsons, National Council of Women
Open to researchers.
None Available on site.
Donated to the Trent Valley Archives, 2010, by Patricia Stone.
Biographical Sketch/ Administrative History
Annie Stone (nee Cragg) (1859-1963) is the central figure in the fonds, and through her there are family links to the Cragg and Stone families.
Women and family
0 File on provenance
1 Annie Elizabeth (nee Cragg) Stone, wife of E. B. Stone; 1959 when she was 100
2 Annie Stone (1859-1963) ambrotype c. 1860
3 Our Stone Family Tree (CD and on computer file)
4 Annie Stone’s diary, January 1888-January 1890
5 Annie Stone’s family album relating to the family of E. B. Stone, 226 photos, c. 1900 to 1920s; news clipping 1959. Includes references to military units, Cragg family; Calgary, Winnipeg and Toronto
6 Stone Family Chronicle, by Arthur N. Stone relating to the family of Arthur and Cecily Stone, reissue 1995
7 Much to Be Done, by Frances Hoffmann and Fran Taylor (Toronto, Natural Heritage, 1996, 2000 printing).A book containing exceprts from private diaries etc relating to private life.
8 Lydia, Legend of a Good Woman; by D. S. J. Parsons, 1978;; bound volume. Biography of Lydia Parsons, National Council of Women