|Birth: ||May 24, 1844|
|Death: ||Jun. 3, 1920|
William Stoneking was born in Ripley County, Indiana, May 24 1844, aged 76 years and 13 days.
He died on June 3, 1920.
He served his country as a soldier [Private, Company A, 83rd Indiana Infantry] in the Civil War for about four years.
He moved to the West about 35 years ago, and has resided in the Camp community, 28 miles northwest of Guymon for about 14 years.
He was an honest man and a good neighbor. He leaves one brother and a host of friends to mourn his death.
The funeral services were conducted from the Camp Baptist Church by H. T. Crocker of Guymon, in the presence of a host of friends, and his body was laid to rest in the Camp Cemetery to await the resurrection morning.
(Published in The Guyman Herald, June 10, 1920.)
[Reference: Page 70, TRIBUTES OF BLUE by Pearcy and Talkington, 1996.]
Son of Samuel and Susannah Boyd Stoneking. Brother to James, Mariah Stoneking Williams Pratt, Eliza Stoneking Truitt, Henry William,Martin, Andrew, David, Mary, and John Stoneking.
Samuel C Stoneking (1799 - 1858)
Susannah Boyd Stoneking (1812 - 1855)
Mariah Stoneking Pratt (1830 - 1904)*
James S. King (1831 - 1912)*
Eliza Stoneking Truitt (1833 - 1908)*
Henry William Stoneking (1836 - 1903)*
Andrew Jackson Stoneking (1842 - 1907)*
Martin Stoneking (1843 - 1928)*
William Stoneking (1844 - 1920)
Mary Jane Stoneking Flint (1851 - 1870)*
Note: The obituary states he was born in 1844 (fact), but the tombstone says 1876. Trying to verify the discrepancy.
Maintained by: Bev
Originally Created by: Leon Barton
Record added: Dec 06, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 32005444
Glad to transfer his memorial to you Bev, because I know you will give him your T.L.C.|
N. Dale Talkington
Added: Jun. 19, 2013
Added: Dec. 6, 2008