... The new president, Mrs. Race, is the only daughter of the late Alvin R. Stone
, who enlisted in the United States Navy in September, 1863, serving until the close of the Civil War under Admiral Farragut. The Naval unit to which Stone was attached was stationed with a blockading squadron off the coast of Galveston, Texas, throughout his term of service. - from a article in Geneva Daily Times
January 22, 1942
Found him on the 1880 Western, Oneida, New York census (dist 153 img 5) as Alvin Stone
age 37, steamboat captain.
Found him on the 1900 Jerusalem, Yates, New York census (dist 138 img 17) as Alvin Stone
age 57, photographer.
STONE - In Branchport, December 31, 1913, Alvin R. Stone, aged 70 years. He leaves his wife, five sons, Newell and Allie, of Garden City, Long Island Howard, of Penn Yan Clarence, of Branchport William, of Rome and one daughter, Mrs. Fannie Race, of Urbana. - Penn Yan Democrat December 12, 1913 [somewhere there is a misprint, since December 31 comes after December 12 - Another source shows it as December 2. D.F.]