Wharton-Pile Family Network
Henry Wharton received a member of the Thomas family, Betty Mingo, in an exchange with a nearby slaveholder, Thomas Stone. Betty and many of her children and grandchildren later petitioned for their freedom on the grounds that they were the descendants of a free, white woman.
- Henry Wharton - received Betty Mingo from Thomas Stone
The Stone Family were acquaintances of the Whartons and Piles, with whom they exchanged enslaved members of the Thomas Family.
- Thomas Stone3 - enslaved Elizabeth Thomas; traded Betty Mingo to Henry Wharton - see tree above
+ Martha Hoskins
- Thomas Stone
- David Stone - traded Peg Thomas to John Semple
+ Sarah Hanson
+ Elizabeth Jenifer
- Anne Stone + Roger Fowke
- Mary Stone + William Hanson
1. The forename of Elizabeth Wharton's husband has been gathered from the land and probate records published among the genealogical research at "Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties." See Elizabeth Wharton. [back]
2. The court records list Henry Wharton's daughters by their married names only. Their forenames have been gathered from the probate records published among the genealogical research at "Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties." See Henry Wharton. [back]
3. Information on Thomas Stone's descendants was taken from Harry Wright Newman, The Stones of Poynton Manor: A Genealogical History of Captain William Stone, Gent. and Merchant, Third Proprietary Governor of Maryland, With Sketches of his English Background and a Record of Some of his Descendants in the United States (Washington: H. W. Newman, 1937), 16. [back]