6Theodore F. Stokes, b. 1/02/1822, d. 1906, m. 6/15/1843 in Winnamac, Indiana, Elizabeth Phipps, b. 8/9/1825, d. 12/27/1900, both are buried Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Children were
7William Brown Stokes, b. 2/1/1845, Winamac, Indiana.  (for descendants, see below)
7Mary E. Stokes b.1851  d.25 April 1932
7Sarah (Sadie) E. Stokes, b. 1853; d. 7 APR 1931, buried at Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
7Emma Warner Stokes b. 1849 in Winamac, Pulaski Co., Indiana, d. 23 JUL 1928, never married.
7Rufus B. Stokes, b.1851 d.24 Nov 1911 buried Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
7Schuyler C. Stokes, for descendants, see below.

Theodore died June 11, 1906
Elizabeth Phipps Stokes died 12/17/1900.


7Schuyler C. Stokes, son of Theodore.
Children were
8Katerine, b. 1870, married Joe Prince.
8Theodore, b. 1890, lived in Pleasantville, N.J.
8Isabel, born 1893, married Walter Van Norman, died Dec. 14, 1975.
9Louise Van Norman Carman-b.1914; d. 23 OCT 1978.



7William Brown Stokes, b. 2/1/1845 in Winamac, Pulaski, Indiana, moved with his father to Washington D.C. He married Mary Ada Gaither (b. April 2, 1848), she died in childbirth on April 30th, 1881. William remarried on 1/03/1883, Ida Mae Hosman at the Vermont Avenue Church, Washington, D.C. Ida Mae was born May 28, 1860, Toledo, Ohio, she was the daughter of E. John and Sarah J. Hosman. She died April 10, 1948 in Steubenville, Ohio and was buried in Union Cemetery.

Children were
8Ada M. died with her mother April 30th, 1881.
8William Morris Stokes, born February 26, 1884 in Washington, D.C.; died stillborn in Washington, D.C.
8Ruby (born Helen Meline) born Oct. 27, 1887 in Toledo, Ohio; died June 12, 1961 in Union Cemetery, Steubenville, Ohio; married Emmett Mac Donald Erwin, Sr. July 22, 1915 in Westminister Presbyterian Church, Steubenville, Ohio. He was born January 17, 1873 in Steubenville,Ohio, and died March 16, 1951 in Steubenville, Ohio and buried at Union Cemetery. He was the son of James William Erwin and Ada Ann Baron.

7William Brown Stokes was born b. 2/1/1845 and died Aug. 30, 1912.
Mary Ada Gaither, d. 30 April 1881 buried in Glenwood Cem, Washington, D.C.
Ida Mae Hosman Stokes, born May 28, 1860, died April 10, 1948

8Ruby Stokes m. Emmett Mac Donald Erwin July 22, 1915
Children
9Emmett MacDonald Erwin, Jr. b. 1920, d.0ct. 10, 2002, m. Nell Scholl
9Elizabeth Baron Erwin, b.24 oct.1923; m. Donald William Denniston 17 September 1949; d.27 August 1965-brain tumor-buried in Pittsburgh.
9William Stokes Erwin, born July 22, 1922, died in service at the Battle of Midway, on the Yorktown.

Newspaper Clipping
William S. (Stokes) Erwin, 20, U.S. Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Emment Erwin, 831 North Fourth St. reported missing July 15
in the battle of Midway. Assigned to the U.S. Yorktown. He
enlisted in the Navy July 23, 1940.

Click here for a Yorktown web page that mentions William:
WORLD WAR II MEMORIES
Obituary of Emmett MacDonald Erwin
Pittsburgh Post Gazette, October 15 & 16, 2002
ERWIN, Emmett MacDonald, Jr. Age 82,of Bethel Park, on Thursday; October 10, 2002, son of the late Emmett MacDonald Sr. and Ruby Stokes Erwin of Steubenville, Ohio; beloved husband of Nell Scholl Erwin;; father of Pat(Jay)Hugar, Mac(Lisa)Erwin and Bill(Vicki)Erwin; loving "Grandmac" of Elizabeth Erwin Hugar, Geoff,Catherine and Caroline Hugar, Kelly, Joseph Mac Donald and Caitlin Erwin and Duncan Ian Erwin; brother of the late Elizabeth Baron Erwin Denniston and William Stokes Erwin; also survived by a brother-in-law, sister-in-law, a niece and three nephews. Mac was a retired architect in the Tri-State area. A memorial service will be held on Sat., Oct. 19th at 11am in Bethel Presbyterian Church, 2999 Bethel Church Road; Bethel Park. In lieu of flowers donations requested to Bethel Presbyterian Church.