Ulley Farm and Grange were the Darcy's, in 1545 in tenure of William Stones
Robert Stones was witness to Wooley Charters of 1583
Rauph Stones of High Green and his wife had 5 children living in 1632, Thomas, Robert, Elizabeth, Ellin, and Anne.
Edward Stones, the elder of Ulley, was living in 1645. He was the brother in law of Malin Stacie of Ballifield.
There is a plaque in Treeton Parish Church dedicated to Nicholas Stone dated 1661
A Nicholas Stones is listed in the Hearth Tax of 1672
In 1739 John Stones of Mosborough, Derbyshire assigned to Earl of Malton the advowson of Whiston for 60 years