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Stone is a surname of Anglo-Saxon English origin.http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Stone

List of people with the surname

  • Adam Stone, American professor and political scientist
  • Alan Stone (disambiguation), several people, including
*Alan A. Stone, scholar of law and psychology at Harvard, and film critic
*Alan Stone (opera director) (1929–2008), founder of the Chicago Opera Theater
*Alan Stone (wrestler) (born 1977), Mexican professional wrestler
  • Albert Stone (born 1916), owner of Sterilite and a philanthropist from Townsend, Massachusetts
  • Alfred Stone (disambiguation), several people, including:
*Alfred Stone (musician) (1840–1878), English organist and choir-trainer
*Alfred E. Stone (1834–1908), American architect from Rhode Island; partner in Stone, Carpenter & Willson
*Alfred Holt Stone (1879–1955), American planter, writer, politician, from Mississippi
*Alfred P. Stone (1813–1865), American politician from Ohio
  • Allan Stone (born 1945), Australian tennis player
  • Allen Stone (born 1987), American musician
  • Andrew Stone (disambiguation), several people
*Andrew Stone, Baron Stone of Blackheath (born 1942), Labour member of the House of Lords

*Andrew Stone (cricketer) (born 1983), Zimbabwean cricketer
*Andrew Stone (field hockey), represented United States at the 1984 Summer Olympics
*Andrew Stone (footballer) for Indy Eleven
*Andrew Stone (MP) (1703–1773), British MP for Hastings, 1741–1761
*Andrew Stone (Pineapple Dance Studios), dance instructor, cast member of English reality TV series

*Andrew Stone (sailor), participated in Sailing at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men's 470
*Andrew A. Stone (born 1885), head football coach for the University of Tennessee, 1910
*Andrew C. Stone (born 1956), American computer programmer
*Andrew H. Stone, American judge in the State of Utah
*Andrew L. Stone (1902–1999), American screenwriter, director, and producer
*Andrew Leete Stone (1815–1892), author, Civil War chaplain and pastor
  • Angie Stone (born 1961), American R&B singer
  • Anthony Stone, British theoretical chemist
  • Arthur Stone (disambiguation), several people, including:
*Arthur Stone (priest) (died 1927), Irish-English Anglican priest and Archdeacon of Calcutta
*Arthur J. Stone (1847–1938), American silversmith
*Arthur Burr Stone (1874–1943), American aviation pioneer
*Arthur Stone (actor) (1883–1940), American film actor
*Arthur Thomas Stone (1897–1988), politician in Saskatchewan, Canada
*Arthur Harold Stone (1916–2000), British mathematician

*Arthur Stone (rugby union) (born 1960), New Zealand rugby union player
  • Barton Warren Stone (1772–1844), preacher during the Second Great Awakening of the early 19th century
  • Bernard Stone (born 1927), alderman of the 50th Ward in Chicago
  • Bill Stone (footballer) (1894–1975), Australian rules footballer for Fitzroy
  • Bill Stone (politician) (born 1965), member of the Mississippi State Senate
  • Bill Stone (Royal Navy sailor) (1900–2009) British veteran of WWI and WWII
  • Billy Stone (American football) (1925–2004), running back
  • Billy Stone (arena football) (born 1963), American football fullback
  • Billy Stone (Australian footballer) (1901–1993), Australian rules footballer for Carlton
  • Billy Stone (rugby league), English rugby union and rugby league footballer who played in the 1910s and 1920s
  • Biz Stone (Christopher Isaac Stone, born 1974), American entrepreneur who co-founded Twitter
  • Carl Stone (born 1953), American composer
  • Charles Stone (disambiguation), several people, including
*Sir Charles Stone (mayor) (1850–1931), mayor of Greenwich, England, 1915–1920
*Charles Stone III (born 1966), American film director, son of Chuck Stone
*Charles B. Stone III (1904–1992), United States Air Force general
*Charles D. Stone (1920–1992), Pennsylvania politician
*Charles Edwin Stone (1889–1952), English recipient of the Victoria Cross
*Charles Stone (English cricketer) (1865–1951), English cricketer
*Charles Stone (New Zealand cricketer) (1866–1903), New Zealand cricketer
*Charles Stone (priest) (died 1799), Anglican priest in Ireland
*Charles P. Stone (1915–2012), American major general and commander of the 4th Infantry Division in the Vietnam War
*Charles Pomeroy Stone (1824–1887), Union general during the American Civil War
*Charles Warren Stone (1843–1912), United States Representative from and Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania
*Charlie Stone (rugby league) (1950–2018), English rugby league player
  • Chic Stone (1923–2000), comic book artist
  • Chris Stone (Animation Director), Animation director of Dead Space (video game) and other games
  • Chris Stone (entrepreneur), co-founder of the Record Plant recording studios
  • Chris Stone (footballer) (born 1959), Australian rules footballer
  • Chris Stone (sprinter) (born 1995), British sprint athlete and runner-up at the 2019 British Indoor Athletics Championships
  • Christopher Stone (disambiguation), several people, including
*Christopher Stone (MP) (1556–1614), English politician
*Christopher Stone (actor) (1942–1995), American actor
*Christopher Stone (broadcaster) (1882–1965), first disc jockey in the United Kingdom
*Christopher Stone (cricketer) (born 1951), English cricketer
*Christopher Stone (criminal justice expert), American criminal justice expert
* Christopher Stone, Research Director, Centre for Policy Development, Australia
* Christopher Stone, contestant in series 4 of Britain's Got Talent

*C.J. Stone (Christopher James Stone, born 1953), author, journalist and freelance writer
*Christopher Stone (sculptor) (born 1955), English sculptor and painter
  • Chuck Stone (born 1924), journalist and Tuskegee airman
    • Clara Stone Fields Collins (1908–1981), Alabama legislator
    • Cliffie Stone (1917–1998), American country singer, musician, record producer, music publisher, and radio and TV personality
    • Clyde E. Stone (1876–1948), American jurist
    • Curt Stone (born 1922), American long-distance runner
    • Daren Stone (born 1985), National Football League defensive back for Atlanta Falcons
    • Dave Stone (born 1964), British author of several Dr. Who and Judge Dredd spin-off novels
    • David Stone (disambiguation), several people, including
    *David B. Stone (1927–2010), American businessman
    *David E. Stone (born 1947), American sound editor
    *David Henry Stone (1812–1890), Lord Mayor of London in 1874
    *David Lee Stone (born 1978), British fantasy author
    *David Scott Stone, musician
    *David Stone (cyclist) (born 1981), British cyclist
    *David Stone (footballer) (born 1942), English footballer
    *David Stone (keyboardist) (born 1952), keyboardist
    *David Stone (magician) (born 1972), French magician
    *David Stone (military historian) (born 1947), British Army officer and military historian
    *David Stone (politician) (1770–1818), American politician, Governor of North Carolina and U.S. Senator
    *David Stone (producer) (born 1966), American theatre and musical producer
    • Dean Stone (1929–2018), Major League Baseball pitcher
    • Don Stone (publisher), DJ, publisher and businessman
    • Donnie Stone, American football player
    • Donna J. Stone (1933–1994), American poet and philanthropist
    • Doug Stone (born 1956), American country singer
    • Doug Stone (voice actor) (born 1950), Canadian voice actor
    • Douglas Stone (disambiguation), several people, including
    *Douglas M. Stone, United States Marine Corps general officer
    *Douglas Maxwell Stone (born 1948), Australian geologist and author
    *Doug Stone (born 1956), American country music singer
    *Doug Stone (voice actor) (born 1950), American actor
    • Edmund Stone (c. 1700 – c. 1768), Scottish mathematician
    • Edward Stone (disambiguation), several people, including
    * Edward Stone (natural philosopher) (1702–1768), English cleric and discoverer of active ingredient in aspirin
    * Edward James Stone (1831–1897), British astronomer, president of the Royal Astronomical Society 1882–1884
    * Edward Albert Stone (1844–1920), Australian judge, chief justice in Western Australia
    * Edward Giles Stone (1873–1947), Australian engineer working with reinforced concrete and manufacturing cement

    * Edward Durell Stone (1902–1978), American modernist architect
    * Edward C. Stone or Ed Stone (born 1936), American astronomer
    * Edward R. Stone (died 2012), American swimmer and diver, later an educator
    * Edward Daniel Stone (1832–1916), deacon, classical scholar and schoolmaster at Eton College
    * Edward Durell Stone Jr. (1932–2009), American landscape architect
    • Eliphalet Stone (disambiguation), several people
    • Elmer Fowler Stone (1887–1936), aviator and Commander in the US Coast Guard
    • Emma Stone (born 1988), American actress and singer
    • Ezra Stone (1917–1994), American actor
    • Francis Gordon Albert Stone (1925–2011), British chemist
    • Frank Stone (Wisconsin politician) (1876–1937), American politician
    • Fred Stone (1873–1959), American theater and film actor
    • Fred Stone (musician) (1935–1986), Canadian musician
    • Freddie Stone (born 1946), Sly & the Family Stone singer/guitarist
    • Frederick Stone (1820–1899), American politician from Maryland
    • Galen L. Stone (1862–1926), American financier and philanthropist
    • George Stone (disambiguation), several people including
    *George Stone (basketball) (1946–1993), American basketball player
    *George Stone (bishop) (1708–1764), Irish archbishop and sermon writer
    *George Stone (composer) (born 1965), American composer and educator
    *George Stone (outfielder) (1876–1945), American Major League Baseball batting champion
    *George Stone (pitcher) (born 1946), American baseball pitcher
    *George Stone (politician) (1907–2001), British socialist journalist
    *George Cameron Stone (1858–1935), American arms collector and author
    *George E. Stone (1903–1967), Polish-born American actor
    *George Frederick Stone (1812–1875), Western Australia Attorney General and census writer
    *George Lawrence Stone (1886–1967), American drummer and author
    *Georgie Stone (1909–2010), American silent film child actor in Rio Grande (1920 film)

    *Georgie Stone (born 2000), Australian actress and transgender rights advocate
  • Geno Stone (born 1999), American football player
  • *Gordon Stone (rugby union) (Charles Gordon Stone, 1914–2015), Australian rugby union player
    • Grace Zaring Stone (1891–1991), American author
    • Hal Stone (died 2007), American actor
    • Harlan Fiske Stone (1872–1946), Chief Justice of the United States
    • Henry Stone (disambiguation), several people, including
    *Henry Stone born Henry David Epstein (1921–2014), American record company executive
    *Henry Stone (comedian) (born 1988), Australian comedian, writer, and actor
    *Henry Stone (painter) (1616–1653), English painter
    *Henry Stone, 1887 mayor of Shire of Hinchinbrook
    • Herbert L. Stone, an American magazine editor and publisher, and a renowned sailor
    • Homer A. Stone (1868–1938), American politician
    • Horace M. Stone (1890–1944), New York politician
    • I. F. Stone (Isidor Feinstein Stone, 1907–1989), American journalist
    • Isabelle Stone, (1868–1944), American physicist
    • Irving Stone (1903–1989), American author
    • Irwin Stone (1907–1984) biochemist
    • J. F. S. Stone (John Frederick Smerdon Stone, c. 1891–1957), British archaeologist
    • J. N. Stone (1882–1926), college football and basketball coach
    • J. Riley Stone (1886–1978), Wisconsin State Assemblyman
    • James Stone (disambiguation), several people including
    *James Stone, ring name of James Maritato, American wrestler
    *James Stone (academic administrator), first president of Kalamazoo College, involved in the founding of the United States Republican Party

    *James Stone (American football) (born 1992), American football player
    *James Stone (executive) (born 1947), American business executive
    *Jamie Stone (politician) (born 1954), Scottish politician
    *James L. Stone (1922–2012), United States Army officer and Medal of Honor recipient
    *James M. Stone, politician in the Massachusetts House of Representatives
    *James Riley Stone (1908–2005), Canadian military commander of the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry during the Battle of Kapyong
    *James W. Stone (1813–1854), United States Representative from Kentucky
    *Jamie Stone (film director) (born 1985), Scottish film director and animator
    *Jason Stone (guitarist) (born 1974), Tasmanian-born rock guitarist from the Australian band Mustang
  • Jeff Stone (disambiguation), several people including
  • *Jeff Stone (author) (active since 2003), American author of Kung Fu themed books for children

    *Jeff Stone (baseball) (born 1960), American former baseball outfielder
    *Jeff Stone (California politician) (born 1956), American politician in California State Senate since 2014
    *Jeff Stone (Wisconsin politician) (born 1961), American politician in Wisconsin State Assembly

    *B. Jeff Stone (1936–2011), American rockabilly and country singer
    *Jeffrey Stone (1926–2012), American actor and voice-over artist
    • Jennifer Stone (born 1993), American actress
    • Jeremy Stone (born 1935), scientist and activist
    • Jesse Stone (disambiguation), several people
    *Jesse Stone (Georgia politician), state senator from Georgia (U.S. state)
    *Jesse Stone (Wisconsin politician) (born 1836), Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin from 1899 to 1903
    • Jimmy Stone (1876–1942), English cricketer
    • Joanna Stone (born 1972), Australian javelin thrower
    • John Stone (disambiguation), several people including
    *John Stone (actor) (1924–2007), Welsh actor
    *John Stone (American football) (born 1979), American football player
    *John Stone (Australian politician) (born 1929), Australian Senator and Treasury Secretary
    *John Stone (baseball) (1905–1955), American baseball outfielder
    *John Stone (footballer) (born 1953), English footballer
    *John Stone (martyr) (died c. 1539), English martyr
    *John Stone (Parliamentarian) (before 1632 – after 1659), English politician
    *John Stone (MP) (before 1679 – after 1685), English politician
    *John Stone (producer) (1888–1961), American film producer and screenwriter
    *John Stone (1765) (1765–1834), American church deacon
    *John A. Stone (died 1864), American collector and publisher of folk songs
    *John Augustus Stone (1801–1834), American dramatist and playwright
    *Sir John Benjamin Stone (1838–1914), British Member of Parliament

    *John G. Stone (1876–1934), Newfoundland politician
    *John Hoskins Stone (1750–1804), American politician
    *John Hurford Stone (1763–1818), British radical political reformer and publisher
    *John Marshall Stone (1830–1900), American politician and Governor of Mississippi, 1876–1882 and 1890–1896
    *John N. Stone (1882–1926), American football coach at Clemson University in 1908

    *John Stone Stone (1869–1943), American mathematician, physicist and inventor

    *John Timothy Stone (1868–1954), American Presbyterian clergyman
    *John W. Stone (1838–1922), American politician and jurist from Michigan
    *John Stone (comics), character in DC Comics Planetary series

    • Jon Stone (1931–1997), children's television writer
    • Jordan Stone (born 1984), American soccer player
    • Joseph Stone (disambiguation), several people including
    *Joseph Stone, Baron Stone (1903–1986), Officer in the British Army, doctor, and royal peer
    *Joseph Champlin Stone (1829–1902), U.S. Representative from Iowa
    *Joseph Stone (screenwriter), screenwriter, see Academy Award for Best Writing (Original Screenplay)

    • Joshua David Stone (died 2005), author and meditation teacher
    • J. Stone & Co founded by Josiah Stone, British engineer
    • Joss Stone (born 1987), British soul singer
    • Julian Stone (born 1962), British actor
    • Julius Stone (1907–1985), professor of law
    • Kate Stone (1841–1907), diarist
    • Leonard Stone (1923–2011), television and film actor
    • Lewis Stone, (1879–1953), American actor
    • Lucinda Hinsdale Stone (1814–1900), American feminist, educator, traveler, writer, philanthropist
    • Lucy Stone (1818–1893), women's rights activist
    • Mark Stone (disambiguation), several people including
    *Mark Stone, real name Mark Kennedy (police officer) (born 1969), undercover Metropolitan Police officer in the UK
    *Mark Stone (baritone) (born 1969), British baritone
    *Mark Stone (ice hockey) (born 1992), Canadian ice hockey player
    *Mark Stone (journalist), Asia Correspondent of Sky News, from 2012
    *Mark Stone (politician), California politician
    • Marshall Harvey Stone (1903–1989), American mathematician
    • Martin Stone (disambiguation), several people, including
    *Martin Stone (actor), actor in British TV serial The Chronicles of Narnia

    *Martin Stone (guitarist) (1946–2016), guitarist and rare book dealer
    *Martin Stone, co-founder of the Carlin Motorsport team
    *Martin Stone (wrestler), British wrestler
    • Matt Stone (born 1971), comedian, a co-creator of the TV series South Park
    • Merlin Stone, sculptor, author, academic
    • Michael Stone (disambiguation), several people including
    *Michael Stone (American football) (born 1978), safety for the Houston Texans
    *Michael Stone (Australian Army officer), Australian Army officer
    *Michael Stone (author) (born 1966), English author
    *Michael Stone (criminal) (born 1960), English convicted murderer
    *Michael Stone (cyclist) (born 1991), American cyclist
    *Michael Stone (Hustle), a character from the UK television series Hustle

    *Michael Stone (ice hockey) (born 1990), Canadian ice hockey player
    *Michael Stone (loyalist) (born 1955), loyalist paramilitary from Northern Ireland
    *Michael H. Stone, American psychiatrist
    *Michael Stone, the nom de guerre of the American and later Israeli military officer Mickey Marcus, David "Mickey" Marcus

    *Michael Jenifer Stone (1747–1812), U.S. politician
    *Michael P. W. Stone (1925–1995), Secretary of the U.S. Army
    *Michael E. Stone (born 1938), scholar of Armenian studies
  • Mike Stone (disambiguation), several people including
  • *Mike Stone (baseball) (born 1955), American college baseball coach
    *Mike Stone (defence) (born 1953), Chief Information Officer of the British Ministry of Defence
    *Mike Stone (ice hockey) (born 1972), retired American professional ice hockey centre
    *Mike Stone (karate) (born 1944), American martial arts competitor and actor
    *Mike Stone (lacrosse) (born 1986), current player for the Boston Cannons
    *Mike Stone (musician) (born 1969), guitarist for the progressive metal band Queensrÿche
    *Mike Stone (radio personality) (born 1958), sports radio broadcaster in Detroit, Michigan
    *Mike C. Stone (born 1970), American businessman and politician from North Carolina
    *Mike Stone (record producer) (1951–2002), English recording engineer and record producer
    *Mike D. Stone (1949–2017), American recording engineer
    *Mike Stone, founder of independent record label Clay Records, Stoke-on-Trent
    *Mike Stone (character), lead character of The Streets of San Francisco

    • Milburn Stone (1904–1980), actor
    • Nicholas Stone (1586/87–1647), English sculptor and architect
    • Nick Stone (disambiguation) several people, including:
    *Nick Stone (author) (born 1966), British thriller writer
    *Nick Stone (screenwriter), see Alien Intruder
    *Nick Stone (footballer born 1981), Australian rules footballer, played with Hawthorn & St Kilda between 2002 and 2005
    *Nick Stone (footballer born 1972), Australian rules footballer, played with West Coast between 1997 and 2000
    • Norman Stone (1941–2019), British professor of history
    • Oliver Stone (born 1946), American motion picture scriptwriter and director
    • Patrick Thomas Stone (1889–1963) United States federal judge
    • Perry Stone (radio personality), American radio personality and shock jock
    • Pete Stone, footballer in the 1956 Summer Olympics
    • Peter Stone (disambiguation), several people
    *Peter Stone (footballer) (born 1954), Australian footballer
    *Pete Stone, Australian footballer in the 1956 Summer Olympics
    *Peter Stone (professor) (born 1971), professor in computer science at the University of Texas at Austin
    *Peter G. Stone (born 1957), British archaeologist
    • Philip Stone (1924–2003), English film actor
    • Richard Stone (disambiguation), several people including
    *Richard Stone (anti-racism activist) (born 1937), British medical doctor and activist
    *Richard Stone (composer) (1953–2001), American composer
    *Richard Stone (fencer) (1926–2006), Australian Olympic fencer
    *Richard Stone (musician), American lutenist
    *Richard Stone (painter) (born 1951), British portrait painter
    *Richard Stone (sculptor and painter) (born 1974), British sculptor and painter
    *Richard Stone (politician) (born 1928), U.S. Senator from Florida
    *Richard Stone (priest), Archdeacon of Lewes, 1393–1395
    *Richard Stone, also known as Charlie Stone (rugby league) (born 1950), English rugby league footballer who played in the 1970s, and 1980s
    *Richard Stone, member of rock band Mayday (Taiwanese band)

    • Rick Stone, rugby league football coach
    • Ricky Stone (born 1975), baseball pitcher
    • Rob Stone (actor) (born 1962), American actor and director
    • Rob Stone (entrepreneur) (born 1968), New York-based executive
    • Rob Stone (rapper) (born 1995), American rapper
    • Rob Stone (sportscaster), American football and soccer commentator
    • Robert Stone (disambiguation), several people including
    *Robert Stone (architect) (born 1968), American architect based in Southern California
    *Robert Stone (athlete) (born 1965), Australian sprinter
    *Robert Stone (attorney) (1866–1957), Speaker of the Kansas House of Representatives, 1915
    *Robert Stone (basketball) (born 1987), Australian basketball player
    *Robert Stone (British Army officer) (1890–1974)
    *Robert Stone (composer) (1516–1614), English composer
    *Robert Stone (cricketer) (1749–1820), English amateur cricketer
    *Robert Stone (director), Oscar-nominated documentary director for Radio Bikini

    *Robert Stone (novelist) (1937–2015), U.S. author, journalist
    *Robert Stone (rugby league) (1956–2005), Australian player for St. George Dragons
    *Robert Stone (scientist) (born 1922), professor, doctor, director National Institutes of Health
    *Robert Stone (silversmith) (1903–1990), English silversmith
    *Robert Stone (trail guide writer) (born 1951), writer of hiking books
    *Robert Granville Stone (1907–2002), American philatelic scholar
    *Robert King Stone (1822–1872), doctor who served U.S. President Abraham Lincoln during the American Civil War
    *Robert L. Stone (1922–2009), chief executive of the Hertz Corporation
    *Robert Spencer Stone (1895–1966), Canadian American pioneer in radiology, radiation therapy and radiation protection
    • Roger Stone (born 1952) American political consultant, author, lobbyist and strategist
    • Rose Stone (born 1945), Sly & the Family Stone singer/keyboardist
    • Royal A. Stone (1875–1942), American jurist
    • Ruby Stone (1924–2013), American politician
    • Ruth Stone (born 1915), American poet
    • Ryan Stone (born 1985), ice hockey player
    • Sandy Stone (artist) (born 1936), American author and artist
    • Sean Stone (born 1984), film director, producer, cinematographer, screenwriter, and actor.
    • Shane Stone, Chief Minister of the Northern Territory (1995–1999)
    • Sharman Stone (born 1951), member of the Australian House of Representatives
    • Sharon Stone (born 1958), U.S. actress
    • Sly Stone (born 1944), Sly & the Family Stone singer-songwriter, frontman
    • Spencer Stone (born 1992), American United States Air Force staff sergeant
    • Steve Stone (disambiguation), several people
    • Stu Stone, film, television, and voice actor
    • Ted G. Stone (1934–2006), Southern Baptist evangelist
    • Terrence Stone (born 1955), Irish-American voice actor
    • Thomas Stone (1743–1787), a signer of the US Declaration of Independence as a delegate from Maryland
    • Thomas Treadwell Stone (1801–1895), American Unitarian pastor and abolitionist
    • Tobias Stone (died 2012), American bridge player
    • Tom Stone (disambiguation), several people including
    *Tom Stone (soccer), head coach of the women's soccer team at Texas Tech University
    *Tom Stone (photographer) (born 1971), American documentary photographer
    *Tom Stone (magician) (born 1967), otherwise known as Thomas Bengtsson, Swedish magician, editor and author
    *Thomas Treadwell Stone (1801–1895), American Unitarian pastor, Abolitionist, and Transcendentalist
    *Tom Stone (wrestler), American wrestler
  • Tony Stone (disambiguation), several people including
  • *Tony Stone (filmmaker), American independent filmmaker
    *Tony Stone (music producer) (born 1982), American music producer and project developer for Christian hip hop artists
    *Tony Stone (Edinburgh), Scottish entrepreneur and founder of porridge maker Stoats Porridge Bars
    • Tuffy Stone, American competitive barbecue chef
    • Ulysses S. Stone (1878–1962), American politician from Oklahoma
    • Vet Stone (born 1949), Sly & the Family Stone singer
    • Vicki Stone (born 1949), American folk artist
    • Walter Stone (disambiguation), several people including
    *Walter Napleton Stone (1891–1917), English recipient of the Victoria Cross
    *Walter F. Stone (1822–1874), Republican politician and judge in Ohio
    *Walter W. Stone (1910–1981), Australian book publisher and book collector
    *Walter Stone (screenwriter) (born 1920), chief writer for The Honeymooners

    • Warren Stanford Stone (1860–1925), railway engineer, headed Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers from 1903 to 1925.
    • William Stone (disambiguation), several people including
    *William Stone (attorney) (1842–1897), Freedmen's Bureau agent, Attorney General of South Carolina
    *William Stone (baritone) (born 1944), operatic baritone
    *William Stone (caver) (born 1952), expeditionary caver
    *William Stone (MP for Salisbury), Member of Parliament (MP) for Salisbury (UK Parliament constituency)

    *William Stone (Maryland governor) (1603–1660), governor of the colony of Maryland
    *William Stone (Tennessee politician) (1791–1853), U.S. Representative from Tennessee
    *William A. Stone (1846–1920), governor of Pennsylvania
    *William C. Stone, Chairman and CEO of SS&C Technologies
    *William Carlos Stone (1859–1939), philatelist
    *William Duncan Stone, Hong Kong judge, see Silver Bauhinia Star
    *William F. Stone (1909–1973), Virginia lawyer and legislator
    *William Frank Stone, Canadian ambassador to Afghanistan
    *William Henry Stone (1828–1901), U.S. representative from Missouri
    *William Henry Stone (MP) (1834–1896), British politician, MP for Portsmouth, 1865–1874
    *William Henry Stone (physician) (1830–1891), English physician, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians
    *William Johnson Stone (1841–1923), US Representative from Kentucky
    *William J. Stone (1848–1918), governor of Missouri
    *William M. Stone (1827–1893), governor of Iowa
    *William H. Stone (politician), California politician
    *William Leete Stone (disambiguation), multiple people
    *William Murray Stone (1779–1838), American Episcopal bishop of Maryland
    *William Oliver Stone (1830–1875), American portrait painter
    *William S. Stone (1910–1968), U.S. Air Force general and U.S. Air Force Academy superintendent

  • Wilson Stone (disambiguation), several people:
  • *Wilson Stone (scientist) (1907–1968), American geneticist and zoologist
    *Wilson Stone (politician), US politician from Kentucky

    Fictional characters

    • Benjamin Stone (character) played by Michael Moriarty on Law & Order TV series
    • Charlie Stone, see Characters of Veronica Mars in the TV series
    • Judge Harold T. Stone played by Harry Anderson in Night Court TV series
    • Henry Stone, fictional character in The Fugitive
    • Dr. Jeremy Stone played by Canadian actor Arthur Hill in The Andromeda Strain (film)
    • Jesse Stone, policeman in Jesse Stone novels by Robert B. Parker, also a film series featuring Tom Selleck in the title role
    • Michael Stone (Hustle) played by Adrian Lester on the BBC drama series Hustle
    • Lt. Mike Stone played by Karl Malden in The Streets of San Francisco
    • Nick Stone (character) fictional hero of several books by Andy McNab
    • Patsy Stone Patricia "Patsy" Stone played by Joanna Lumley in the TV series Absolutely Fabulous
    • Peter Stone (Degrassi character), fictional character on the television series Degrassi: The Next Generation
    • Ramona A. Stone, character in Outside (David Bowie album)
    • Sam Stone, fictional U.S. veteran of the Vietnam War in the John Prine song of the same name
    • Sandy Stone (character) played by Barry Humphries
    • Steven Stone, see List of Pokémon characters
    • Stone (G.I. Joe), a fictional character in the G.I. Joe universe
    • The members of the Stone family in the 2005 comedy The Family Stone
      • Kelly Stone, played by Craig T. Nelson
      • Sybil Stone, played by Diane Keaton
      • Everett Stone, played by Dermot Mulroney
      • Ben Stone, played by Luke Wilson
      • Amy Stone, played by Rachel McAdams
      • Thad Stone, played by Tyrone Giordano
      • Susannah Stone Trousdale, by Elizabeth Reaser
    • Tom Stone (TV series), a 2002–2003 Canadian TV series, known in the U.S. as Stone Undercover
    • Victor Stone, better known by his alias, Cyborg, in Cyborg (comics), one of DC's Teen Titans

    See also

    • Stones (surname)
    • Stone (disambiguation)

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