Stamper Family Project

 Various 'searches' using the name 'Stamper'
 
 Search Terms: STAMPER (3) Database: Dawes Commission Index, 1896
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JOHN STAMPER Cherokee 754
BOOKER STAMPER Cherokee 3132
M N STAMPERCherokee5089
 

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Database: Kansas and Kansans, Vol. 4
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Kansas and Kansans: Volume 4

Mr. Francis was married in 1866, in Danville, Pennsylvania, to Miss Ella Ethlyn, who died in 1900, at Coffeyville, and they had three sons: William Henry, of this notice; Charles, who is general manager of the Francis Brick Company of Moskogee and Boynton, Oklahoma; and Harry, also connected with the Francis interests at Boynton, and a brick manufacturer. Mr. Francis was again married in October, 1904, to Miss Nettie (Irwin) Stamper, who survives him

 

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Database: Northeast Arkansas Biographies and Historical Memoirs
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Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northeast Arkansas
CRAIGHEAD COUNTY-LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION-STREAMS AND DRAINAGE-TIMBER AND SOIL-RESOURCES AND PRODUCTIONS-LIVE STOCK-PROPERTY, REAL AND PERSONAL-POPULATION-RAILROADS-SETTLEMENT-COUNTY ORGANIZATION-COUNTY SEAT-COUNTY BUILDINGS-LOCAL

Of the Missionary Baptist Church, the pioneer organization of this religious denomination within the territory composing Craighead County is that known as Macedonia, six miles northeast of Jonesboro. It was formed prior to 1846. Next was the Jonesboro Church, organized some ten years later. Other organizations have since been formed from time to time until they now number twelve, and are named as follows: Antioch, Black Oak, Bethabra, Enterprise, Hermon, Jonesboro, Liberty, Macedonia, New Hope, Oak Grove, Philadelphia and Rock Hill, with an aggregate membership of about 800. The pastors of these churches, so far as given in the minutes of the Mount Zion Association, are J. F. Mills, at Antioch; E. P. Minton, at Black Oak and Liberty; W. G. Stamper, at Bethabra; M. Ball, at Jonesboro; J. T. Arrington, at Macedonia, New Hope and Oak Grove; J. M. Raines, at Philadelphia, and Thomas Williams, at Rock Hill.

 
 Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northeast Arkansas
Compiled By Mrs. Leister Presley Searcy, Arkansas

Stamper, W. G. 316
 
 Search Results Search Terms: STAMPER (1) Database: Northwestern Arkansas History Combined Matches: 1
History of Benton County MADISON COUNTY. page 1109

Frank Nance,a prominent merchant of Kingston, Madison Co., Ark., and the son of George W. and Mary H. (Shasted) Nance, was born in Dallas County, Tex., June 23, 1854. The father was born on the banks of Big Sandy River, in Kentucky, August 17, 1824, and is now living in Menard County, Ill. When but a lad he was taken by his parents to Illinois, and in 1850 or 1851 he went to Texas, where he lived seven years. Previous to this, in 1846, he enlisted in Capt. A. D. Wright's company of infantry, and went to the Mexican War. He was at the battles of Vera Cruz and Cerro Gordo, and received a sunstroke at one of the above mentioned places. After returning from Mexico he married Miss Mary H. Shasted, who was born in Illinois, April 13, 1831. To their marriage were born nine children. six now living: Rebecca, wife of J. J. Morris; Frank Byrd; Ellen, wife of John Atchley; Scott and Stamper.

The father of these children lived in Texas seven years, and then moved to Madison County, Ark., locating near St. Paul, and there resided until 1863, when he [p.1109] moved back to Illinois. In 1869 he returned to Madison County, Ark., and in 1873 he went to Greene County, Mo., and resided there about a year, when he again returned to Madison County, Ark. After moving around for some time he finally settled in Illinois, where he is now living. He is a farmer and carpenter, is also a good mechanic, and can make almost anything out of wood. His son, Frank, received a liberal education in the public schools of Menard County, Ill., and finished under Prof. D. C. Bolinger at Huntsville. Previous to going to Huntsville he attended school for some time at St. Paul. After finishing he taught school for some time in Madison County, and while teaching the school at Kingston, in 1881, he formed a partnership with W. H. Cecil in the mercantile business. About a year later he bought out his partner, and after running the business for one year moved the stock of goods to Buffalo, Newton County, and here continued one year, after which he returned to Kingston and formed a partnership with J. F. Basham. One year later he bought out his partner, since which time he has continued the business alone.

April 1, 1877, he married Mrs. Ellen Stephens, who was born in Barry County, Mo., and who bore him one son, Denver. Mrs. Nance was the daughter of A. Alderson, and the widow of Lafayette Stephens, by whom she had one son, Walter. From 1875 to 1878 Mr. Nance was deputy clerk under W. A. Gage. He was appointed, in 1878, to fill the unexpired term of D. C. Bolinger as county examiner. This position he held until the first term of the county court after the next election. From 1881 until 1884 he was postmaster at Kingston, Ark., and in 1886 he was elected justice of the peace. He is a member of the Masonic fraternity at Kingston, and was senior deacon one term. Politically he is a stanch Democrat.
 
 Search Terms: STAMPER (3) Database: Pennsylvania Founding Families, 1681-1911 Combined Matches: 3

Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania, Volumes I-III Norris Family In 1739, four years after his father's death, the younger Norris comes to the front as the leader of the Quaker party. Rather more of a Quaker than his father, much more of a Quaker than James Logan, he is interesting as a statesman who endeavored to keep the policy of the state consistent with Quaker principles. In his day the crucial circumstances arose for carrying out theories as to the unlawfulness of war, which it was a different thing to profess than when the sect was only a few individuals in the great nation of England. It was to be seen what Friends in control of a state would do in case of invasion. In England they occasionally suffered legal penalties; in America they would have to anticipate a conquering army depriving them of the fruits of their toil, their nationality, and their chartered liberties. The case did not really present itself to the earlier settlers of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Those colonies were too small either to tempt invasion, or to be looked to for recruits; and a little presence of mind on such occasions as Gov. Evans' scare was all that was called for. But in 1739 war was breaking out with the yet mighty kingdom of Spain, from whose American possessions an armament could be fitted out against the territory with which Raleigh and Gilbert had enriched the British Crown. Indeed it was expected that France, then possessor of Canada, would ally herself with Spain, and, thus fianked, the British colonies must bear a bitter struggle, while their population and natural wealth were now so considerable that their conquest by either of their neighbors would be a sufficient fruit of the war. Under these carcumstances, the Assembly of Pennsylvania, with Norris a member, met in October, 1739. The Governor suggested that they take measures for the defence of the Province. He also laid before them a communication from the Lords Commissioners of Trade and Plantations asking for information as to the rates of gold and silver coin and value of gold and silver per oz. in 1700-10-20-30, and the provisions of the acts for issuing bills of credit from 1700 down, the amounts named in them, and the amount outstanding. The statement sent in answer was prepared by a committee of which Thomas Leech was the first named, and Isaac Norris, the second. This work over, the House sent a message on the subject of defence, contending for the rights of the Quakers to obey their conscientious scruples against war. At the same time, it was said, persons of other sects who held no such views were equally entitled to liberty of conscience. Of such there were many, and they could arm, the Governor by the charter to Penn being authorized, and no act of Assembly having restrained him, to levy, muster, and train all sorts of men, and to make war, and act as a captain-general. But Gov. Thomas wished them to vote money, and to enact a law relating to military service. This they would not do; they would not even pass a bill on the subject when the Quakers were exempted from its provisions. The Governor replied that sharing in the expense had been agreed to in Pennsylvania when, in 1710, a sum was granted to Queen Anne for the reduction of Canada, and was always done by persons of their religious persuasion in Britain. Norris was on the committee to draft the rejoinder. It ably states the Quaker argument against the lawfulness of war to Christian men, and recalls the fact that the money voted to Queen Anne was accompanied by an explanation that their principles forbade war, but commanded them to pay tribute and yield obedience to the power God had set over them in all things so far as their religious persuasions would permit. The paper further declares an unwillingness to place such instruments of power as a militia and the money for fortifications in the hands of the Governor and his friends. This of course had nothing to do with the religious principle; at the same time it was cunningly added, and gained for those who wrote it support from the democracy. In the course of time, the non-Quaker population organized seven companies of soldiers, but in these a large number of indentured servants undertook to enlist. Many Quaker masters were thus injured. The Assembly took up the matter, and addressed the Governor; but the runaways had taken the oath, and a large portion had received the King's subsistence for several weeks, and the Governor declined to dismiss them. Finally, on the 9th of August, the Assembly yielded to the importunities for money, and voted 3000l, to Thomas Griffitts, Edward Bradley, John Stamper, Isaac Norris, and Thomas Leech, "for the use of King George II.," provided, however, that no warrant for said sum should issue from the Speaker until all the servants enlisted should be returned to their masters free of all charges. A remonstrance to the King was ordered to be drawn up, Norris being upon the committee to draft it. At the next Assembly, Norris again member, a committee reported the number of servants thus eloigned as 262, and compensation was made to the masters. Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania, Volumes I-III Willing Family Richard Willing married, at Christ Church, February 1, 1804. Eliza Moore, daughter of Thomas Lloyd Moore, of Philadelphia, by his wife Sarah Stamper. She was born in Philadelphia, July 14, 1786, and died May 21, 1823. Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania, Volumes I-III McCall Family Peter, b. March 27, 1773, d. May 7, 1809, m. April 7, 1801, Sarah Stamper, b. July 24, 1772, d. July 22, 1858, dau. of John Gibson, Mayor of Phila. 1771-2; Peter McCall was a merchant in Phila., removing to the country prior to his death; his widow and family removed to Trenton, N. J., but returned to Phila., after the graduation of son Peter at Princeton, who became a distinguished member of Phila. Bar, and Chancellor of Law Association of the city;
 
 Search Terms: STAMPER (1)
Database: Slave Narratives
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State: District of Columbia Interviewee: Harris, Mrs. Lancy

Sometimes we used to call him "Stamper." He wud come and preach to us. We wud go up stairs and dey (white folks) downstairs. We had another preacher we used to call Preacher Gold.
 
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Search Terms: STAMPER (41) Database: Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1819 Combined Matches: 41

Description Given Name Surname Residence Title Book Page DateProve Date

DaughterMary StamperBingham S:15120 7 17821 8 1782 Remarks: Stamper, John, Esq. City of Phila. July 20, 1782. Aug 1, 1782. S.151. Children: Joseph, Mary Bingham. Grandchildren: James and William Bingham, Hannah Benezet, Children of Daughter Mary Bingham. Nieces: Elizabeth Brown and her Daughter Mary Brown. Exec and Guardian: Joseph Stamper.GodsonJohn StamperBrownT: 15723 6 17856 7 1785Remarks: Stamper, Joseph. City of Phila. Merchant. June 23, 1785. July 6, 1785. T.157. Wife: Sarah. Child: Sarah, Wife of Thomas Lloyd Moore. Son-in-law: Thomas Lloyd Moore. Wife's Niece: Sarah Maddox. Godson: John Stamper Brown, Son of John Brown and Late Cousin Mary Brown. Cousin: Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, Grandmother to John Stamper Brown. Nephew: William Bringham. Friends and Trustees: John Brown, Wooddrop Sims. Grandchildren: Joseph Stamper Moore and other children of Daughter Sarah. Friend: Joseph Sims. Exec: Sarah Stamper, Wooddrop Sims, Thomas Lloyd Moore.DaughterSarah StamperMooreT:15723 6 17856 7 1785Remarks: Stamper, Joseph. City of Phila. Merchant. June 23, 1785. July 6, 1785. T.157. Wife: Sarah. Child: Sarah, Wife of Thomas Lloyd Moore. Son-in-law: Thomas Lloyd Moore. Wife's Niece: Sarah Maddox. Godson: John Stamper Brown, Son of John Brown and Late Cousin Mary Brown. Cousin: Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, Grandmother to John Stamper Brown. Nephew: William Bringham. Friends and Trustees: John Brown, Wooddrop Sims. Grandchildren: Joseph Stamper Moore and other children of Daughter Sarah. Friend: Joseph Sims. Exec: Sarah Stamper, Wooddrop Sims, Thomas Lloyd Moore.GrandsonJoseph StamperMooreT:15723 6 17856 7 1785Remarks: Stamper, Joseph. City of Phila. Merchant. June 23, 1785. July 6, 1785. T.157. Wife: Sarah. Child: Sarah, Wife of Thomas Lloyd Moore. Son-in-law: Thomas Lloyd Moore. Wife's Niece: Sarah Maddox. Godson: John Stamper Brown, Son of John Brown and Late Cousin Mary Brown. Cousin: Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, Grandmother to John Stamper Brown. Nephew: William Bringham. Friends and Trustees: John Brown, Wooddrop Sims. Grandchildren: Joseph Stamper Moore and other children of Daughter Sarah. Friend: Joseph Sims. Exec: Sarah Stamper, Wooddrop Sims, Thomas Lloyd Moore.MentionedJosephStamperMerchantQ:678 5 17679 11 1774Remarks: Jas. Miller. Phila. Mariner. 8 May 1767. 9 Nov 1774. Wife: Elizabeth. Exec.: Elizabeth Miller. Children of sister Mary Brenan. Hannah, daughter of Joseph Stamper, merchant. Q:67.MentionedHannahStamperQ:678 5 17679 11 1774Remarks: Jas. Miller. Phila. Mariner. 8 May 1767. 9 Nov 1774. Wife: Elizabeth. Exec.: Elizabeth Miller. Children of sister Mary Brenan. Hannah, daughter of Joseph Stamper, merchant. Q:67.WitnessJosiahStamperN:30219 12 176419 4 1765Remarks: John Miller. City of Phila. Mariner. 19 Dec 1764. 19 April 1765. Friend and Exec.: William Richards. N:302.Brother-in-lawJos.StamperO:3326 1 17694 3 1769Remarks: William Bingham. Phila. Merchant. 6 Jan 1769. 4 March 1769. Wife: Mary. Execs.: Mary Bingham, Jos. Stamper and Jno. Gibson, merchant. Children: Ann, Hannah, William and James. Codicil. 14 Jan 1769. Brother in law: Jos. Stamper, John Gibson and John Wallace, merchant, are named trustees. Witnesses to Codicil: the same. O:332.ExecutorJos.StamperO:3326 1 17694 3 1769Remarks: William Bingham. Phila. Merchant. 6 Jan 1769. 4 March 1769. Wife: Mary. Execs.: Mary Bingham, Jos. Stamper and Jno. Gibson, merchant. Children: Ann, Hannah, William and James. Codicil. 14 Jan 1769. Brother in law: Jos. Stamper, John Gibson and John Wallace, merchant, are named trustees. Witnesses to Codicil: the same. O:332.TrusteeJos.StamperO:3326 1 17694 3 1769Remarks: William Bingham. Phila. Merchant. 6 Jan 1769. 4 March 1769. Wife: Mary. Execs.: Mary Bingham, Jos. Stamper and Jno. Gibson, merchant. Children: Ann, Hannah, William and James. Codicil. 14 Jan 1769. Brother in law: Jos. Stamper, John Gibson and John Wallace, merchant, are named trustees. Witnesses to Codicil: the same. O:332.
HeirJosephStamperMrs.P:32515 10 17722 11 1772Remarks: Margaret Johnson. City of Phila. Seamstress. 15 Oct 1772. 2 Nov 1772. Brother: Alexander. Friends: Ann Chalmers, Eleanor Brewton, Rebecca Toy, Mrs. Joseph Stamper, Frances and Ann Clifton. Execs.: Misses Frances and Ann Clifton. P:325.TrusteeJosephStamper6:2066 9 17846 1 1816Remarks: Hannah Blackwell. Wife of Robert Blackwell of Phila., Clerk. Sept. 6, 1784. Jan. 6, 1816. 6.206. Agreement made by my said husband, myself and Joseph Stamper and Daniel Benezet, Jr., Trustees, that I should dispose of my real estate, etc. Income to said husband. After his death, the principal to the child wherewith I am now pregnant. To daughter, Maria Benezet. Execs: Said husband, Robert Blackwell, friend William Lewis, my uncle Joseph Stamper, brother William Bingham. Codicil: Dec. 31, 1801. Husband and Rev. Robert Blackwell. Daughter Maria Willing, late Maria Benezet, departed this life Aug. 10, 1799. Witnesses to Codicil: Henry Hawkins, Mary George, John B. Evens. Letters to Robert Blackwell.ExecutorJosephStamper6:2066 9 17846 1 1816Remarks: Hannah Blackwell. Wife of Robert Blackwell of Phila., Clerk. Sept. 6, 1784. Jan. 6, 1816. 6.206. Agreement made by my said husband, myself and Joseph Stamper and Daniel Benezet, Jr., Trustees, that I should dispose of my real estate, etc. Income to said husband. After his death, the principal to the child wherewith I am now pregnant. To daughter, Maria Benezet. Execs: Said husband, Robert Blackwell, friend William Lewis, my uncle Joseph Stamper, brother William Bingham. Codicil: Dec. 31, 1801. Husband and Rev. Robert Blackwell. Daughter Maria Willing, late Maria Benezet, departed this life Aug. 10, 1799. Witnesses to Codicil: Henry Hawkins, Mary George, John B. Evens. Letters to Robert Blackwell.UncleJosephStamper6:2066 9 17846 1 1816Remarks: Hannah Blackwell. Wife of Robert Blackwell of Phila., Clerk. Sept. 6, 1784. Jan. 6, 1816. 6.206. Agreement made by my said husband, myself and Joseph Stamper and Daniel Benezet, Jr., Trustees, that I should dispose of my real estate, etc. Income to said husband. After his death, the principal to the child wherewith I am now pregnant. To daughter, Maria Benezet. Execs: Said husband, Robert Blackwell, friend William Lewis, my uncle Joseph Stamper, brother William Bingham. Codicil: Dec. 31, 1801. Husband and Rev. Robert Blackwell. Daughter Maria Willing, late Maria Benezet, departed this life Aug. 10, 1799. Witnesses to Codicil: Henry Hawkins, Mary George, John B. Evens. Letters to Robert Blackwell.DaughterMaryStamperS:15120 7 17821 8 1782Remarks: Stamper, John, Esq. City of Phila. July 20, 1782. Aug 1, 1782. S.151. Children: Joseph, Mary Bingham. Grandchildren: James and William Bingham, Hannah Benezet, Children of Daughter Mary Bingham. Nieces: Elizabeth Brown and her Daughter Mary Brown. Exec and Guardian: Joseph Stamper.ExecutorJosephStamperS:15120 7 17821 8 1782Remarks: Stamper, John, Esq. City of Phila. July 20, 1782. Aug 1, 1782. S.151. Children: Joseph, Mary Bingham. Grandchildren: James and William Bingham, Hannah Benezet, Children of Daughter Mary Bingham. Nieces: Elizabeth Brown and her Daughter Mary Brown. Exec and Guardian: Joseph Stamper.DaughterSarah GibsonStamperS:14328 3 178216 4 1782Remarks: Gibson, John, Esq. City of Phila. March 28, 1782. April 16, 1782. S.143. Wife: Anne. Children: James, Elizabeth, Sarah Gibson Stamper, Louisa, John. Friend: Esther Chambers. Exec: Anne Gibson, Joseph Stamper, Alexander Willcocks, Esq.ExecutorJosephStamperS:14328 3 178216 4 1782Remarks: Gibson, John, Esq. City of Phila. March 28, 1782. April 16, 1782. S.143. Wife: Anne. Children: James, Elizabeth, Sarah Gibson Stamper, Louisa, John. Friend: Esther Chambers. Exec: Anne Gibson, Joseph Stamper, Alexander Willcocks, Esq.GuardianJosephStamperS:15120 7 17821 8 1782Remarks: Stamper, John, Esq. City of Phila. July 20, 1782. Aug 1, 1782. S.151. Children: Joseph, Mary Bingham. Grandchildren: James and William Bingham, Hannah Benezet, Children of Daughter Mary Bingham. Nieces: Elizabeth Brown and her Daughter Mary Brown. Exec and Guardian: Joseph Stamper.DecedentJohnStamperPhiladelphiaEsquireS:15120 7 17821 8 1782Remarks: Stamper, John, Esq. City of Phila. July 20, 1782. Aug 1, 1782. S.151. Children: Joseph, Mary Bingham. Grandchildren: James and William Bingham, Hannah Benezet, Children of Daughter Mary Bingham. Nieces: Elizabeth Brown and her Daughter Mary Brown. Exec and Guardian: Joseph Stamper.
Son Joseph Stamper S:151 20 7 1782 1 8 1782 Remarks: Stamper, John, Esq. City of Phila. July 20, 1782. Aug 1, 1782. S.151. Children: Joseph, Mary Bingham. Grandchildren: James and William Bingham, Hannah Benezet, Children of Daughter Mary Bingham. Nieces: Elizabeth Brown and her Daughter Mary Brown. Exec and Guardian: Joseph Stamper. Executrix Sarah Stamper T:157 23 6 1785 6 7 1785 Remarks: Stamper, Joseph. City of Phila. Merchant. June 23, 1785. July 6, 1785. T.157. Wife: Sarah. Child: Sarah, Wife of Thomas Lloyd Moore. Son-in-law: Thomas Lloyd Moore. Wife's Niece: Sarah Maddox. Godson: John Stamper Brown, Son of John Brown and Late Cousin Mary Brown. Cousin: Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, Grandmother to John Stamper Brown. Nephew: William Bringham. Friends and Trustees: John Brown, Wooddrop Sims. Grandchildren: Joseph Stamper Moore and other children of Daughter Sarah. Friend: Joseph Sims. Exec: Sarah Stamper, Wooddrop Sims, Thomas Lloyd Moore. Wife Sarah Stamper T:157 23 6 1785 6 7 1785 Remarks: Stamper, Joseph. City of Phila. Merchant. June 23, 1785. July 6, 1785. T.157. Wife: Sarah. Child: Sarah, Wife of Thomas Lloyd Moore. Son-in-law: Thomas Lloyd Moore. Wife's Niece: Sarah Maddox. Godson: John Stamper Brown, Son of John Brown and Late Cousin Mary Brown. Cousin: Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, Grandmother to John Stamper Brown. Nephew: William Bringham. Friends and Trustees: John Brown, Wooddrop Sims. Grandchildren: Joseph Stamper Moore and other children of Daughter Sarah. Friend: Joseph Sims. Exec: Sarah Stamper, Wooddrop Sims, Thomas Lloyd Moore. Daughter Sarah Stamper T:157 23 6 1785 6 7 1785 Remarks: Stamper, Joseph. City of Phila. Merchant. June 23, 1785. July 6, 1785. T.157. Wife: Sarah. Child: Sarah, Wife of Thomas Lloyd Moore. Son-in-law: Thomas Lloyd Moore. Wife's Niece: Sarah Maddox. Godson: John Stamper Brown, Son of John Brown and Late Cousin Mary Brown. Cousin: Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, Grandmother to John Stamper Brown. Nephew: William Bringham. Friends and Trustees: John Brown, Wooddrop Sims. Grandchildren: Joseph Stamper Moore and other children of Daughter Sarah. Friend: Joseph Sims. Exec: Sarah Stamper, Wooddrop Sims, Thomas Lloyd Moore. Decedent Joseph Stamper Philadelphia Merchant T:157 23 6 1785 6 7 1785 Remarks: Stamper, Joseph. City of Phila. Merchant. June 23, 1785. July 6, 1785. T.157. Wife: Sarah. Child: Sarah, Wife of Thomas Lloyd Moore. Son-in-law: Thomas Lloyd Moore. Wife's Niece: Sarah Maddox. Godson: John Stamper Brown, Son of John Brown and Late Cousin Mary Brown. Cousin: Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, Grandmother to John Stamper Brown. Nephew: William Bringham. Friends and Trustees: John Brown, Wooddrop Sims. Grandchildren: Joseph Stamper Moore and other children of Daughter Sarah. Friend: Joseph Sims. Exec: Sarah Stamper, Wooddrop Sims, Thomas Lloyd Moore. Witness Joseph Stamper R:361 21 3 1779 19 12 1780 Remarks: Bingham, Ann. City of Phila. March 21, 1779. Dec 19, 1780. R.361. Brothers: William, James. Sister: Hannah Benezet, Wife of John Benezet. Niece: Maria Benezet. Exec: William Bingham, John Benezet. Executor Joseph Stamper R:233 11 1 1774 20 11 1779 Remarks: Sims, Joseph. City of Phila. Merchant. Jan 11, 1774. Nov 20, 1779. R.233. Wife: Ann. Children: Woodrop, Joseph, Sarah Woodrop Wynkoop, Wife of Benjamin Wynkoop, Ann Woodrop Sims. Nephew: Joseph Sims: Niece: Elizabeth King. Friends: Elizabeth and Catharine Davey, Daughters of Hugh and Elizabeth Davey. Grandchildren: Joseph, Esthes and Sarah Wynkoop, Children of Benjamin and Sarah Woodrop Wynkoop. Exec. And Guardians: Ann Sims, Joseph Turner, Esq., Buckridge Sims, Benjamin Wynkoop, Woodrop and Joseph Sims, Joseph Stamper. Guardian Joseph Stamper R:233 11 1 1774 20 11 1779 Remarks: Sims, Joseph. City of Phila. Merchant. Jan 11, 1774. Nov 20, 1779. R.233. Wife: Ann. Children: Woodrop, Joseph, Sarah Woodrop Wynkoop, Wife of Benjamin Wynkoop, Ann Woodrop Sims. Nephew: Joseph Sims: Niece: Elizabeth King. Friends: Elizabeth and Catharine Davey, Daughters of Hugh and Elizabeth Davey. Grandchildren: Joseph, Esthes and Sarah Wynkoop, Children of Benjamin and Sarah Woodrop Wynkoop. Exec. And Guardians: Ann Sims, Joseph Turner, Esq., Buckridge Sims, Benjamin Wynkoop, Woodrop and Joseph Sims, Joseph Stamper. Granddaughter Sarah Stamper L:251 6 7 1758 24 4 1759 Remarks: Joshua Maddox. City of Philadelphia. Merchant. July 6, 1758. April 24, 1759. L.251. Wife: Mary. Children: John and Mary Wallace. Grandchildren: Alexander and Sarah Maddox, Joseph and Sarah Stamper. Exec: Mary Maddox. Decedent Mary Stamper Philadelphia J:215 12 1 1749 11 2 1749 Remarks: Bell, Mary. City of Philadelphia. Widow. Jan. 12, 1749/50. Feb. 11, 1749. Brothers: Thomas, John and Francis Stamper. Child: Mary. Exec: John Stamper.
Grandson Joseph Stamper L:251 6 7 1758 24 4 1759 Remarks: Joshua Maddox. City of Philadelphia. Merchant. July 6, 1758. April 24, 1759. L.251. Wife: Mary. Children: John and Mary Wallace. Grandchildren: Alexander and Sarah Maddox, Joseph and Sarah Stamper. Exec: Mary Maddox. Witness John Stamper E:108 15 4 1729 30 5 1729 Remarks: William Dowell. Late of London, Eng., City of Philadelphia. Merchant. April 15, 1729/30. May 30, 1729. E.108. Estates in London and Philadelphia. Wife: Elizabeth. Children: Ann, Elizabeth. Sister: Ann Swan. Brother-in-Law: Matthias Swan. Trustee: John Smith of Limas in London. Exec: Simon Eagel of Philadelphia. Executor John Stamper E:57 31 7 1727 7 9 1727 Remarks: Mary Badcock. City of Philadelphia. Widow. July 31, 1727/8. September 7, 1727. E.57. Daughter: Sarah. Sisters: Hannah Stamper, Caherine Cannons. Father: John Turner, Andover in Hampshire, Great Brittain. Brother-in-law: John Stamper. Christs Church of Philadelphia. Exec: John Stamper, William Saunders. Sister Hannah Turner Stamper E:57 31 7 1727 7 9 1727 Remarks: Mary Badcock. City of Philadelphia. Widow. July 31, 1727/8. September 7, 1727. E.57. Daughter: Sarah. Sisters: Hannah Stamper, Caherine Cannons. Father: John Turner, Andover in Hampshire, Great Brittain. Brother-in-law: John Stamper. Christs Church of Philadelphia. Exec: John Stamper, William Saunders. Brother-in-law John Stamper E:57 31 7 1727 7 9 1727 Remarks: Mary Badcock. City of Philadelphia. Widow. July 31, 1727/8. September 7, 1727. E.57. Daughter: Sarah. Sisters: Hannah Stamper, Caherine Cannons. Father: John Turner, Andover in Hampshire, Great Brittain. Brother-in-law: John Stamper. Christs Church of Philadelphia. Exec: John Stamper, William Saunders. Executor John Stamper Merchant H:284 12 7 1747 28 7 1747 Remarks: Armitt, Joseph. Philadelphia. Joiner. July 12, 1747. July 28, 1747. H.284. Exec: Wife Elizabeth with John Stamper, merchant. Children: Mary and Elizabeth. Brother Francis Stamper J:215 12 1 1749 11 2 1749 Remarks: Bell, Mary. City of Philadelphia. Widow. Jan. 12, 1749/50. Feb. 11, 1749. Brothers: Thomas, John and Francis Stamper. Child: Mary. Exec: John Stamper. Witness Rebekah Stamper J:215 12 1 1749 11 2 1749 Remarks: Bell, Mary. City of Philadelphia. Widow. Jan. 12, 1749/50. Feb. 11, 1749. Brothers: Thomas, John and Francis Stamper. Child: Mary. Exec: John Stamper. Brother John Stamper J:215 12 1 1749 11 2 1749 Remarks: Bell, Mary. City of Philadelphia. Widow. Jan. 12, 1749/50. Feb. 11, 1749. Brothers: Thomas, John and Francis Stamper. Child: Mary. Exec: John Stamper. Brother Thomas Stamper J:215 12 1 1749 11 2 1749 Remarks: Bell, Mary. City of Philadelphia. Widow. Jan. 12, 1749/50. Feb. 11, 1749. Brothers: Thomas, John and Francis Stamper. Child: Mary. Exec: John Stamper.
Executor John Stamper J:215 12 1 1749 11 2 1749 Remarks: Bell, Mary. City of Philadelphia. Widow. Jan. 12, 1749/50. Feb. 11, 1749. Brothers: Thomas, John and Francis Stamper. Child: Mary. Exec: John Stamper.
 
 
 Search Terms: STAMPER (3) Database: Spotsylvania, Virginia County Records, 1721-1800 - Combined Matches: 3

Virginia County Records SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY 1721-1800 - WILLS - WILL BOOK E 1772-1798 / page 36

CLEMENTS, JOHN, Fredericksburg, d. Oct. 2, 1781, Executors Bond dated Oct. 18, 1781. Wit. Edward Simpson, John Benson, John Welch, John Stamper. Ex. William Smith, joiner, in Fredericksburg. Leg. As I have no relation to whom I hold myself bound by any tie or obligation to leave them any part of my estate, I give and bequeath same to Mr. William Smith. (Page 415)
 
 Virginia County Records
SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY 1721-1800 - DEEDS - DEED BOOK J 1774-1782 - page 348
June 8, 1779. John Craig and Sarah, his wife, and Elijah Craig and Frances, his wife, to Edward Simpson of Fredksbg. £600 curr. 1/3 part of the church lot in Fredksbg., sold by act of assembly and purchased by John Lewis, Gent., who with Elizabeth, his wife, conveyed the same to the sd. John and Elijah Craig, etc. Witnesses, Henry Beattie, Fielding Lucas, John Stamper, James Jarvis, Wm. Craghill, Wm. Hopson, James Brown. Sept. 16, 1779.
 
 Virginia County Records
SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY 1721-1800 - DEEDS - DEED BOOK J 1774-1782 - page 348
April 3, 1779. Henry Brett and Tabitha, his wife, of Fredksbg. to George Thornton of same Town. £300 curr. 1/3 of a lot in Fredksbg., which sd. Brett purchased of James Fulton and Margaret, his wife, as by Deeds, March 17, 1779, etc., etc. Witnesses, Elisha Dickenson, John Stamper, Thos. Walker. Sept. 16, 1779.
 

 Search Terms: STAMPER (9) Database: Texas Land Title Abstracts Combined Matches: 9
District County Page Abst Grantee Cert Patentee Date Vol Description / Blk/Tsp Acres Adjoining Portion Class File Comment

Jefferson; Liberty Hardin 363466 Henderson Stamper-Henderson Stamper 01 May 1885136;17--;316--160-;

-Jeff. Pre. 30 1/2 Fannin Baylor 43664 W. W. O'Harrow 1040 H. F. Stamper 23 Jul 1904 490;28--;W 1/2 80 T & NO-344.80-;-School 4677

Fannin Baylor 531078 W. W. O'Harrow21 AH. F. Stamper 29 Jun 19044 29;28--;Frac. 42 BBB & C A-37.40-;-School 25453 Bexar;Milam;

Travis Callahan 87891 J. M. Chandler 541 H. F. Stamper 20 Nov 1900 140;19--;SE 1/4 34 BBB & C-160-;-School 8846 Milam;

Travis Eastland 226791 Nathanael Hendrickson 26/1532 H. F. Stamper 16 Feb 1898 509;16--;SE 1/4 124 H & TC 3-164.65-;-School 4243 Bexar;Fannin;

Fannin Wheeler 8188638 Thomas A. Perdue 14/3036 W. C. Stamper 27 Oct 1919 246;4A--;NW 1/4 40 H&GN A8-160-;-School104904

BexarEctor 246656H. Stamper 4120 H. C. Foster 11 Jun 1937 362;65A--;8 T & P-42 T2S-669.3-;-School74613

BexarEctor 249799H. Stamper 4125 H. C. Foster 11 Jun 1937 363;65A--;18 T & P 42 T2S-669.6-;-School78026

Bexar Reeves 12483619M. A. Stamper 7/1297 M. A. Stamper 03 Nov 1938 58;70A--;SW 1/4 190 H&GN 13-160-;-School117179

 
 Search Terms: STAMPER (2) Database: Wisconsin Land Records Combined Matches: 2

PatenteeLand OfficeDoc.DateBase LineTWPRangeSectionAcres

HENRY STAMPER 037117 1893 / 12/264633 N6 W3226.0800
HENRY STAMPER 035679 1898 / 12/014633 N6 W3145.1400
 
 Search Terms: STAMPER (1) Database: Canadian Immigrant Records, Part One Combined Matches: 1
Surname Given Name Age Year of Record Occupation Source/Event Reference Others Comments
STAMPER, Mary 39 1901 1901 Census of Canada, Province of Ontario

(List of immigrants extracted) National Archives of Canada, Microfilm Reel No. T6498, District 116 - Toronto, Centre, City, Sub-District a-31, Ward 3, page 06emigrated to Canada in 1883
 
 
 

 STAMPER FAMILY [Subjects: Returns 3 items]

Descendants of James Stamper, 1750-1826 / Oliver Stamper.
District of Columbia DAR GRC report ; s3 v205 : Stamper - Cullen
Missouri DAR GRC report ; s1 v253 : descendants of Larkin Stamper

 

 STAMPER, JAMES - DESCENDANTS [Subjects]

Labeled Display
Title: Descendants of James Stamper, 1750-1826 / Oliver Stamper.
Author: Stamper, Oliver
Publisher: Cleveland Heights, Ohio : Stamper, 1945
Collation: 35 p. ; 23 cm.
Subject: Stamper family
Subject: Stamper, James - Descendants

 

Stamper, James J. [Authors]

Labeled Display
Title: The federal census of Grayson County, Virginia / transcript by Jeffrey C. Weaver ;
annotation by Jeffrey C. Weaver, James J. Stamper and the Grayson County Historical Society.
Author: Stamper, James J.
Author: Weaver, Jeffrey Craig
Publisher: Clintwood, VA : Mullins, 199?- .
Collation: v. ; 28 cm.
Note: Index.
Note: Library holdings: 1840, 1860, 1870, 1880.
Note: Copy 2, 1870 census, A#116471: duplicate.
Note: Library holdings: 1840-1880
Subject: Grayson Co., Virginia - Census records

 

STAMPER, LARKIN (1800-1862) - DESCENDANTS [Subjects]

Labeled Display
Title: Missouri DAR GRC report ; s1 v253 : descendants of Larkin Stamper and his wife, Emily Maupin /
compiled with the assistance of other members of the family by F. Mabel Cox DeHaven.
Author: DeHaven, F. Mabel Cox
Author: Missouri DAR, G.R.C.
Publisher: 1964.
Collation: 239 leaves :ill., coat of arms, facsims., geneal. table, ports. ; 29 cm.
Note: Typescript ; index
Subject: Stamper family
Subject: Stamper, Larkin (1800-1862) - Descendants

 

 

 

  1 to 6 of 6 items.
Stamper, Dorothy E. [Authors]
Labeled Display
Title: District of Columbia DAR GRC report ; s3 v205 : Stamper - Cullen and allied families, bible records ... Virginia / Dorothy E. Stamper ; Mary Bartlett Chapter
Author: Stamper, Dorothy E.
Author: Mary Bartlett Chapter, DAR
Author: District of Columbia DAR, G.R.C.
Publisher: 1962
Collation: 23 leaves ; 29 cm.
Note: Typescript ; index
Subject: Stamper family
Subject: Cullen family - Virginia

 

DAR-Membership / Lineage book, v.61 ... pg 143

Daughter of Levi Preston Cox, Jr., and Sarah Mauzey, his wife.
Granddaughter of Levi Preston Cox and Elizabeth Stamper, his wife; Jacob
Lawson Mauzey and Clarissa Jane McClory, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Cox and Lucy Perkins, his wife; Thomas
Mauzey and Lucinda Lawson, his wife; Larkin Stamper and Emily Maupin,
his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Cox and Martha , his wife; Peter Mauzey
and Sarah Hughes, his wife; Thomas Maupin and Elizabeth Mickie, his
wife.
Samuel Cox (1759-1837) served as ensign in the 7th company, ist
battalion, Philadelphia County militia, 1780, commanded by Lieut.-
Col. George Smith. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Kentucky.
Thomas Maupin (1764-1855) was placed on the pension roll, 1832,
of Madison County, Ky., for service as private, Virginia troops.
He was born in Virginia ; died in Kentucky.
Peter Mauzey (1751-1843) served as a private, 1776-77, in Capt. Jolm
Mountjoy's company, Virginia service; was engaged in the battle
of Yorktown. In 1832 he applied for a pension which was allowed.
He was born in Fauquier County, Va.; died in Fleming County, Ky.

Also Nos. 51199, 58724, 59333.
MRS. MARTHA LEE COX HICKS. 60438
Born in Lock Springs, Mo.
Wife of Richard M. Hicks.
Descendant of Ensign Samuel Cox, Thomas Alaupin, and Peter
Mauzey.
Daughter of Levi Preston Cox, Jr., and Sarah Mauzey, his wife.
See No. 60437. 

 

DAR-Membership / Lineage book, v.60 ... pg 113

Descendant of Ensign Samuel Cox, Thomas Maupin, and Peter Mauzey.
Daughter of Levi Preston Cox, Jr., and Sarah Francis Mauzey, his wife.
Granddaughter of Levi Preston Cox and Elizabeth Stamper, his wife; Jacob
Lawson Mauzey and Clarissa Jane McClory, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Cox and Lucy Perkins, his wife; Larkin Stamper
and Emily Maupin, his wife; Thomas Mauzey and Lucinda Lawson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Cox and Martha , his wife; Thomas
Maupin and Elizabeth Michie, his wife; Peter Mauzey and Sallie Hughes,
his wife.
Samuel Cox (1759-1837) served as ensign in the 7th company, ist
battalion, Philadelphia County militia, 1780, commanded by Lieut.-
Col. George Smith. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Kentucky.
Thomas Maupin (1764-1855) was placed on the pension roll, 1832, of
Madison County, Ky., for service as private, Virginia troops. He
was born in' Virginia; died in Kentucky.
Also No. 58098.
Peter Mauzey (1751-1843) served as a private, 1776-77, in Capt. John
Mountjoy's company, Virginia service; was engaged in the battle
of Yorktown. In 1832 he applied for a pension, which was allowed.
He was born in Fauquier County, Va.; died in Fleming County, Ky.
Also Nos. 51199, 58724. 

 

 DAR-Membership / Lineage book, v.142 ... pg 117

MRS. TERRY TOLIVER McCLURG. 141381
Born in Greene County, Iowa.
Wife of A. H. McCIurg.
Descendant of Jesse Toliver, as follows:
1. Isom Toliver (1814-93) rn- 1836 Matilda Reynolds (1819-93).
2. John Toliver (b. 1788) m. Anna Long.
3. Jesse Toliver m. 1782 Franky Stamper (b. 1767).
Jesse Toliver (1756-1838) received a pension for service as private
in the North Carolina troops under Colonels Armstrong, Herndon,
Campbell and Lewis. He was born in Eauquier County, Va.; died
in Ashe County, N. C.

 

 DAR-Membership / Lineage book, v.119 ... pg 143

Descendant of Edward Polly, as follows:
1. John C. Eversole rn. 1888 Alice Hogg (b. 1871).
2. Steven Polly Hogg (b. 1831) m. 1859 Sallie Annie Combs.
3. Hiram Hogg m. 1820 Vina (Lavina) Polly (1803-46).
4. Edward Polly m. 1784 Agnes Mullens.
Edward Polly (1758-1845) was private under Captains Burton and
Webb, Colonels Gibson and Stephens, Virginia Line. He was born
in North Carolina; died in Kentucky.

MRS. CALLIE F. STAMPER STIDHAM. 118457
Born in Jackson County, Ky.
Wife of James L. Stidham.
Descendant of Edward Polly, as follows:
1. Stephen P. Stamper (b. 1865) m. 1881 Lucinda Cooper (b. 1866).
2. John Stamper (1837-190S) m- 1855 Nancy Hogg (1839-1905).
3. Hiram Hogg m. 1820 Vina (Lavina) Polly (1803-46).
See No. 118456.

 
 

 Biography and History

Search Terms: STAMPER (5)
Database: Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books (152 Vols.)
Combined Matches: 5
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 60 page 113

Mrs. Mary E. Cox Grumbine.
DAR ID Number: 59333
Born in Lock Springs, Mo.
Wife of Grant B. Grumbine.
[p.113] Descendant of Ensign Samuel Cox, Thomas Maupin, and Peter Mauzey.
Daughter of Levi Preston Cox, Jr., and Sarah Francis Mauzey, his wife.
Granddaughter of Levi Preston Cox and Elizabeth Stamper, his wife; Jacob Lawson Mauzey and Clarissa Jane McClory, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Cox and Lucy Perkins, his wife; Larkin Stamper and Emily Maupin, his wife; Thomas Mauzey and Lucinda Lawson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Cox and Martha -, his wife; Thomas Maupin and Elizabeth Michie, his wife; Peter Mauzey and Sallie Hughes, his wife.
Samuel Cox (1759-1837) served as ensign in the 7th company, 1st battalion, Philadelphia County militia, 1780, commanded by Lieut.-Col. George Smith. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Kentucky.
Thomas Maupin (1764-1855) was placed on the pension roll, 1832, of Madison County, Ky., for service as private, Virginia troops. He was born in Virginia; died in Kentucky.
Also No. 58098 </cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=drev&f5=58098>.
Peter Mauzey (1751-1843) served as a private, 1776-77, in Capt. John Mountjoy's company, Virginia service; was engaged in the battle of Yorktown. In 1832 he applied for a pension, which was allowed. He was born in Fauquier County, Va.; died in Fleming County, Ky.
Also Nos. 51199, 58724.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 61 page 143
Mrs. Clarissa Dee Cox Benney.
DAR ID Number: 60437
Born in Lock Springs, Mo.
Wife of John H. Benney.
Descendant of Ensign Samuel Cox, Thomas Maupin, and Peter Mauzey.
[p.143] Daughter of Levi Preston Cox, Jr., and Sarah Mauzey, his wife.
Granddaughter of Levi Preston Cox and Elizabeth Stamper, his wife; Jacob Lawson Mauzey and Clarissa Jane McClory, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Cox and Lucy Perkins, his wife; Thomas Mauzey and Lucinda Lawson, his wife; Larkin Stamper and Emily Maupin, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Cox and Martha -, his wife; Peter Mauzey and Sarah Hughes, his wife; Thomas Maupin and Elizabeth Mickie, his wife.
Samuel Cox (1759-1837) served as ensign in the 7th company, 1st battalion, Philadelphia County militia, 1780, commanded by Lieut.-Col. George Smith. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Kentucky.
Thomas Maupin (1764-1855) was placed on the pension roll, 1832, of Madison County, Ky., for service as private, Virginia troops. He was born in Virginia; died in Kentucky.
Peter Mauzey (1751-1843) served as a private, 1776-77, in Capt. John Mountjoy's company, Virginia service; was engaged in the battle of Yorktown. In 1832 he applied for a pension which was allowed. He was born in Fauquier County, Va.; died in Fleming County, Ky.
Also Nos. 51199, 58724, 59333.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 90 page 127
[p.127] Mrs. Emma F. Adams Waddell.
DAR ID Number: 89388
Born in Grant County, Oreg.
Wife of George B. Waddell.
Descendant of Jacob Adams, as follows:
1. Andrew J. Adams (1824-81) m. 1848 Elizabeth D. Adams (b. 1827).
2. John Adams (1792-1870) m. 1813 Abigail Adams (1793-1849).
3. Jacob Adams m. Polly (Mary) Stamper.
Jacob Adams (1760-1833) served in the Virginia troops under Col. John Gibson. He was born in Virginia; died in North Carolina.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 99 page 316
Mrs. Blanche Burton Lank.
DAR ID Number: 98999
Born in New Salem, Kans.
Wife of William John Lank.
Descendant of John Burton and of Ensign Eli Read, as follows:
1. Caswell Riley Burton (1853-99) m. 1875 Jane Read (b. 1856).
2. Alexander J. Burton (1822-84) m. 1841 Sarah Odell (1822-57); Moses Read (1820-57) m. 1844 Diana Minnis (1829-59).
3. David Burton m. 1810 Elizabeth Johnson (d. 1827); Eli Read (1787-1854) m. Jane Arnold d.1863).
4. John Burton m. 1779 Susannah H. Stamper (d. 1844); Eli Read m. 1778 Judith Mehitable (d.1796).
John Burton (1758-1836) served as a private in Capt. Levin Joyne's company, 9th Virginia Regiment of Foot, under Col. George Mathews. He was born in Virginia; died in Indiana.
Eli Read (1756-1831) was ensign, 1779, in the 2nd company of Rhode Island militia. He was born in Smithfield, R. I.; died in Pleasant Valley, N. Y.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 102 page 258
Miss Inez Mccoy.
DAR ID Number: 101856
Born in Drexel, Mo.
Descendant of Jacob Adams, as follows:
1. Alexander W. McCoy (1841-96) m. 1870 Christina C. Adams (b. 1847).
2. Daniel Adams (1813-92) m. 1841 Susan McCrary (1821-1911).
3. John Adams (1792-1870) m. 1813 Abigail Adams (1793-1849).
4. Jacob Adams m. 1780 Mary Stamper (d. 1830) (parents of John).
Jacob Adams (1760-1833) served in the Virginia troops under Col. John Gibson. He was born in Virginia; died in North Carolina.

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