William Stone


Person Record Title
William Stone
Given Name
Family Name
Biographical Description
William Stone was an enslaver who moved from New York City to New Iberia, Louisiana, where he set up a sugar plantation in 1818. Removal certificates issued in Middlesex County, New Jersey, show that his associate Lewis Compton intended to bring a group of enslaved people from New Jersey to William Stone as part of a slave trading operation assisted by the legal machinations of Judge Jacob Van Wickle.
Place of Significance
New York, NY
New Iberia, LA
Record Contributor
Isaac Guzmán
Jesse Bayker

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Items with "Related Person or Resource: William Stone"
Title Class
Lewis Compton Agent
Items with "Enslaver: William Stone"
Title Class
Cain (b. 1796) Agent
Frank (b. 1797) Agent
George (b. 1783) Agent
Jane (b. 1795) Agent
Peter (b. 1804) Agent
Items with "Additional Participant: William Stone"
Title Class
1818, Cain, Removal Event
1818, Frank, Removal Event
1818, George, Removal Event
1818, Jane, Removal Event
1818, Peter, Removal Event