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Does anyone know where the Stoneking name comes from

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Victor Stoneking

Posted: 10 Jan 2001 3:27AM GMT
Edited: 16 Aug 2001 9:06AM GMT
Hello Mary - If your Victor is the Victor that I have in my records, he is gr/gr/gr/gr/grandson of the 1747 immigrant, Johann Jakob Steinkoenig. He was a farmer from Germany, and came to America on the ship "Bilander Vernon" in 1747 with his wife and family. His wife died that year and he maried a Sececa Indian. The union of Jacob and the Seneca had children and sometime, probably with the American born, the name was anglicized to Stoneking.
Victor Stoneking lineage is as follows: 1)Victor b-ca1925; 2)John Lee Stoneking b-ca 1892 father; 3)George W. b-1850 grfather; 4)Jacob Jr. b-1821 gr/grdfather; 5)Jacob Sr. b-1790 gr/gr/grdfather; 6)Jacob II b-1765 gr/gr/gr/grdfather and 7)Johann Jakob (Jacob)Steinkoenig b-1707 in Germany.
I don't have much on Victor, only that he was a child of John Lee. John Lee was married twice so Victor would have brothers and half brothers. Contact me by E-mail at - JStrai6291@aol.com/ - I can probably put you in touch with others that know more about this family than I do. At least we can share information.

John
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