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Ausker Meek Stone (05Dec1878 - 30Nov1934)

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Born: 05Dec1878 at Marion, Smyth Co Va Father: Ausker Friel Stone (Sep1850 - 1931)
Died: 30Nov1934 Mother: Martha Susan Meek (08Dec1853 - 29Apr1921)
Children: Siblings: Laura Elizabeth Stone (24Nov1872 - 12Feb1873)
Lydia Ella Stone (29Dec1873 - Jul1947)
Samuel Hall Stone (11Jan1876 - 09Mar1889)
William Connelly Stone (Born 03Oct1880)
Lucy Lunday Stone (11Jan1882 - 27Jan1952)
Lockie Flowers Stone (04Apr1883 - 14Mar1958)
Charles Emit Stone (14Oct1884 - 26Oct1899)
Stephen A Stone (12Jan1886 - 07Apr1905)
Mattie Virginia Stone (Born 16Feb1887)
Gaylord Joseph Stone (04Jan1889 - 14Jan1952)
Albina Fitzillian Stone (Born 20Aug1890)
Lorena Stone (Born Jul1891)
Mary Gold Stone (26Jul1891 - 1905)
Winnie Wentworth Stone (16Jul1894 - 07Oct1975)
Alma Gertrude Stone (24Aug1895 - 24Sep1895)
Herbert Given Stone (25Sep1896 - Oct1976)
Myra W Stone (Born Feb1899)
Harriett Katharine Stone (20Jul1914 - 28Sep1995)
16Sep2018 SR: Found the blurb below in a book about the Holston Conference of the Methodist Church, Sketches of Holston Preachers.,+carter+county,+tn&ei=3HmdW8j5IPDH_QbFn6n4Cg&start=100&sa=N&biw=1471&bih=868
Stone, Ausker Meek: Born Dec. 13, 1878, near Marion, Va. He was one of a family of nineteen children. He was for a time a student at Emory and Henry College. Engaged for some years in milling and electrical business, and later, was a traveling salesman. He was converted and united with Mt. Carmel Church in childhood. In his forty-third year (1921) he gave himself anew to God and felt anew the call to preach, and was licensed to preach. He was immediately given work as a supply. Admitted in 1923, he served five charges. He was a builder of churches. Ardent in temperament, he won friends readily and had a genius for leadership. Although beginning to preach late, he was an acceptable preacher and his work was successful. He married Oct. 19, 1898, Miss Octavia Etter, Rural Retreat, Va. Shortly after Conference in 1934 he underwent a serious surgical operation in a hospital in Norton, Va., where he was entering upon his third year as pastor. He died suddenly in the parsonage on Nov. 30, 1934. He was buried at Mt. Carmel, Smythe County, Va.
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