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Rockingham County, North Carolina


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Statistics & Facts

The North Carolina state capital is Raleigh.
The population of Stoneville is approximately 1056 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 477 (1990), 464 (2010).
The amount of land area in Stoneville is 3.167 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Stoneville to Washington DC is 234 miles.
The distance to the North Carolina state capital is 83 miles. (as the crow flies)
Stoneville is positioned 36.46 degrees north of the equator and 79.90 degrees west of the prime meridian.


in the north-central portion of the state, near the border with Virginia and north of Greensboro. Here is a map page for Stoneville
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History & History Related Items

A history page for Stoneville.

The area settled between the Mayo and Dan Rivers was first known as Mayo. The community began to grow and develop, spreading out from the general store of Thomas and Pinkney Stone. The first Mayor was Francis Stone, brother of the store owners.
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The founding of Stoneville



Information about Stoneville!

Take a virtual tour of Stoneville
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Stoneville City Government

Town Hall
101 Smith St.
Stoneville, NC.
Phone: (336)573-9393
FAX: (336)573-2020

Stoneville Historical Events

1998, March 21, Saturday
Tonight Stoneville, North Carolina, was hit hard by tornados and downtown was partially destoryed. Only three buildings were not torn apart. It will be hard to rebuild the community because so many of the buildings were historic and not insured.

Stoneville High School torn down
Stoneville High School
Mascot: Golden Eagle
Colors: Black and gold
Grades: 9 thru 12
Average class size in each grade in '89: 90
Existed until 1989, when it merged with neighboring Madison-Mayodan High School to form McMichael High School. The high school building was demolished in 1992. However the elementary and auditorium buildings are still in use.

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