Hello. Could you please tell me the source that you are using? I'd like to check a number of the things reported.
I may be able to provide you quite a bit about your Stones (the Richmond County generations). William Stone and Sarah moved to Old Rappahannock County (later Richmond County and Essex County - two sides of the Rappahannock River - the county was divided in the 1690s) from Gloucester County, VA. Unfortuntately, nearly all of the Gloucester County records were burned.
I'll have to check my records, but my memory is that they did have a son named Joshua. There were three families of Stones living in Richmond County in the early 1700s, but the info you've provided links your family to the same one from which I'm descended.
Again, please provide the source of the material you're using so that I can check. The parentage of William and the maiden name of his wife have long been an unsolved mystery, but there are several theories floating around, and I'd like to read your source to see if it reveals anything.
Thank you. Feel free to e-mail me directly at SCMcDanielFamily@aol.com
. BTW, I currently live in Essex County, VA just across the river from Totuskey Creek (a very broad creek like small rivers in many places) where William and Sarah lived with their children on their 1,000 acres.