Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Daniel Stone” in chapter 1 of Historic leaves, volume 8, April, 1909 - January, 1910:
...er on his knee.
This couple celebrated their golden wedding by a family dinner party; the only guest outside the family was Rev. Mr. Russ, of the First Universalist Church, who made an address.
Daniel Stone lived and died a bachelor.
He was a very fine horseman, with an erect, military carriage.
He was prominent in the Lancers.
He was in the grain business with Robert Vinal for a number of years.
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