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Was a carriage maker

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Buried at Old Dutch Church Cemetery as Eliz C. Stine d/o H & Nan. Baptized by Eusebuis S. Henkel 11-21-1836

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Buried at Liberty Cemetery - tombstone notes Civil War. Baptized by Eusebius S. Henkel 2-28-1838.

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Eusebius Stine, for whom the town of Stinesville was named, had one hundred and fourteen lots surveyed on his land in 1855 and this action represented the beginning of the village. Prior to this time, he had operated a saw mill and grist mill in that location. He must have been a man of vision to foresee the significant of the coming of the Monor Railroad on the future of that spot. It is thought that the grist mill onto which John Hoadley, Sr. built a monument shop was the same mill of Eusebius Stine....if so, it eventually became the nucleolus of the John Hoadley and Sons Stone Company. Mr. Stine was a man of German descent. The German spelling of his name is Stein, very appropriate for the man who founded the birthplace of the Indiana limestone industry as its English meaning is "stone". Long ago when people had to choose a second name, they often selected one which represented their trade or occupation. So the name of Stein could mean that these early families were artisans of the stone trade. Eusebius the elder, was a Lutheran minister, and often preached in German to members of his church who could not understand English well. The morning sermon was in German and the evening sermon in English.

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Birth year of 1837 per Sharon Inskips notes..may be correct..but she would have only been 12 years old..probably is 1817 which would be more in line. Have deleted birth year until I find further proof.

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Baptized on 4-27-1851 in Old Dutch Church, Monroe County, Indiana by Reverend David Miller.

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Twin to Jonas Stine

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Twin to Joseph

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Chambersville, Indiana Book H-23, page 500)

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Possible marriage on September 12, 1890 to Isaac J. Guiniger (Monroe County, Indiana book 8, page 165)

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The Reverend John Godfrey Arndt confirmed Elias Stine in November 1792 at South Fork church (St. Pauls Church or the Deutch Meeting House). On October 4, 1809, Elias Stine purchased 100 acres from Jacob Fulbright. Lincoln County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions - January 1810. court held in Lincolnton, NC. Elias served on a jury for Jan 1812 Court in Lincolnton - case of John Bonham to the use of M. Chambers vs. Edward Boyd. At the same court is a case of Henry Lagle vs. Elias Stine. Elias listed on the 1830 and 1840 (page 250) Monroe County, Indiana census.

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Census information - 1850 Monroe County, Indiana page 260 and 1860 Monroe County, Indiana census page 646.

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Buried at Maple Grove Cemetery, Indiana.

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Buried at Oak Grove Cemetery