Stamper Family Project
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Stamper, Charles Sewell b. Feb. 27, 1894 d. Nov. 8, 1957 Bay Pines National Cemetery Bay Pines, Pinellas County, Florida
Stamper, Martha Lou b. Sep. 9, 1936 d. Jul. 1, 1997 Florida National Cemetery Bushnell, Sumter County, Florida
Stamper, Willaim E. b. Jan. 2, 1909 d. May. 11, 1998 Red Oak Cemetery Bache, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, USA 
 

 Florida GenWeb
 Extractions / Monday, December, 16, 2008
 
Oaklawn Cemetery, Columbia County page 4
Carrie Stamper (Mother) 1886 1942. Willie Stamper (Father) 1881 1937. Jesse Stamper Jimmie Stamper Marion Stamper
Dr. Maris Emilie Weickert Zschieodich ...www.flgenhistonline.com/counties/columbia/html/oaklawn_4.html - 80k -
Submitted by MaryLou Ginn and Fannie Young
Directions: This Cemetery is located in Lake City, Florida on Fourth Street & Franklin Street.
 
 
 Section 3 Crystal River Memorial Park
STAMPER. Writ R. 1917 - 1984. Jeannette M. 1921 -. BONNEY. William L. 1912 - 1986. S. Sgt USA WW 2. HORSFELD. John C. 1926 - 1985 ...www.flgenwebarchives.com/citrus/cemeteries/crmempark-3.pdf
 
 
 hillsdcem
STAMPER, Cecil Leo, Illinois Tec 5 US Army WWII, b. July 25, 1907 d. June 30, 1964.
www.flgenhistonline.com/counties/flagvol/volusia/hillsdce.htm
Hillside Cemetery is located on the beachside, Ormond Beach, Volusia County Florida. Take Atlantic Avenue to Seminole Avenue,
go past the school and turn right on Seton Trail, the cemetery is on your right. Hillside is a beautiful, well kept cemetery,
historically registered, and one of the oldest in Ormond Beach. Below are listed the older graves. Parcel 4214-05-18-1000
 
 
 UNION BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY
1960 - 2002 STAMPER NAOMI 1/7/1925 - NDD www.flgenhistonline.com/counties/colharsuw/suwannee/cem/UNITED.HTM - 14k -
Traveling from Branford Florida north on Highway 129 toward Live Oak turn right on 240th Street. At the corner of 240th and
Hwy. 129 there should be a sign directing you to Union Baptist Church. Follow 240th Street to the 2nd paved road on the left,
(73rd Road), turn left and follow 73rd Road one half mile till you reach Union Baptist Church on the right. Where graves are not marked
they are listed under the name of the nearest marked grave. (FM) indicates a funeral marker only at the grave sight. (NDD) indicates
that there is no death date on the marker. Contributed by Susan and Clayton Buchanan SuClay@alltel.net

STAMPER, JENNIE LEE. HOLTON, L. M.. 1894. www.flgenhistonline.com/counties/hamilton/TEMP/Marriage_Records/24b/24B_S.htm

HOLTON, L. M.. STAMPER, JENNIE LEE ...www.flgenhistonline.com/counties/hamilton/TEMP/Marriage_Records/24b/24B_H.htm
Obits - Northwest Florida Daily News Ft. Walton Beach August 14, 2004
http://www.flgenhistonline.com/counties/okaloosa/nwfdn081404.htmBOUCH, Robert FranklinDied: Aug. 9, 2004Born: June 9, 1938 ,
Johnstown , PA Parents: Franklin E. and Miriam (Marsh) Bouch. Preceded by: Parents; sister Eleanor Stamper, Springfield , OH
Survived by: Brother James Bouch, Louisville , TN ; partner Benjamin A. Williams, Ft. Walton Beach ; and many family members.
Services: Aug. 14, 2004 , memorial service at his home. Burial: not given Funeral Home: not given Other: Picture; lived in Ft. Walton Beach;
served 4 years in the U.S. Air Force; retired from Northwest Airlines after 41 years
 
 

 Escambia County FL USGenWeb
http://www.flgenhistonline.com/counties/escambia/vitals/obits/s_u2003.htm This index of obituaries was prepared by Carolyn Reedy
of the West Florida Genealogical Society and contributed to the FLGenWeb. For more information on an obituary, please contact Carolyn
Reedy. indigo5@cox.net Pensacola News Journal / 2003STAMPER, Robert O. "Bob", USN WW II vet. 79, at home, 2003-3-18.

Memorial Cemetery p 18
Johnnie N. Stamper March 18, 1913 Feb. 6, 1966. Pearl E. Stamper April 12, 1919. www.flgenhistonline.com/counties/columbia/html/memorial_18.html
Memorial Cemetery / Submitted September 2003
This is the work of sisters, MaryLou Ginn & Fannie J. Young
Memorial Cemetery 31
France Stamper Harrell July 16, 1910 March 16, 1998 Willie Mae S. Harrell July 22, 1917 April 2, 1989 Lay Zell Harrell Dec. 16, 1911 www.flgenhistonline.com/counties/columbia/html/memorial_31.html - 22k -
Memorial Cemetery / Submitted September 2003
This is the work of sisters, MaryLou Ginn & Fannie J. Young
mjgtbggbva@juno.com / yngedtn1@juno.com

 
Florida Obituaries 
 
 
Hawley, Ada Margaret Stamper Age: 80
Passed Away: 2006-01-11
Funeral Home: BONITA SPRINGS, Fla. - Ada Margaret Stamper Hawley, 80, died Jan. 3, 2006. The Lee co, Ky., native was a a
daughter of the late Bessie Linkous Stamper and Clayton Stamper. She was preceded in death by two sons, Michael Lee and
Lt. Matthew Hawley, USN. Memorial service is at 4:30 p.m. Jan. 28, 2006, at St. Mark's Presbyterian Church in Chesterfield, Mo.,
with burial in Bellrieve Heritage Gardens Cemetery in Chesterfield. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to
Hope Hospice, 27200 Imperial St., Bonita Springs, FL 34135. Survivors include her husband of 59 years, Raymond Hawley; a daughter,
Lee Ann Hutson of Dallas; a son, Mark R. Hawley of St. Louis; three granddaughters, Kim Dennison and Marcie Vigerust, both
of Chicago, and Heidi Hutson Glover of Dallas; four great-grandsons; two sisters, Mattie Duncan of Russellville, Ky., and
Ann Cannon of Bowling Green, Ky.; and a brother, Dale Stamper of Louisville.
 
 
 
STAMPER John Norris Stamper, Sr., passed away peacefully on December 7, 2008 following a year long battle with cancer.
John was born February 7, 1931 in Pompano Beach, Florida to John and Lois Stamper. He is survived by his wife of 52 years Mary,
son John Jr. of Bangkok, Thailand, daughter, Joni Mocas and husband Mark of Jacksonville, grandchildren Ian and Maya Stamper
and Zachary and Jeremy Mocas, Sister Kathryn Strickland, many nieces' nephews and friends. John was predeceased by his parents,
two sisters, Estelle Tippett and Lavon Chambers, two brothers, Homer "Doc" and J.W. Stamper. John was a railroad Conductor for
many years, retiring from CSX Railroad in 1991. He began his railroad on the L.O.P. & G. railroad in Live Oak, Florida in 1945 and
ended his career on the Great Smoky Mountain railroad in Western North Carolina. He played semi pro baseball for many years and
served in the US Navy during the Korean War. Visitation with the family will be held on Friday, December 12, 2008 from 5:00 until
8:00 PM at FRASER FUNERAL HOME, 8168 Normandy Boulevard (904-781-4314). John was a member of Westside Baptist Church,
1775 Herlong Road for 27 years where his Celebration of life will be held on Saturday, December 13, 2008 at 11:00 AM with
Dr. Keith Russell, Dr. Harold Hudson, Rev. Ray Mayfield and Rev. Jim Law officiating. Pallbearers will be John's nephews and honorary pallbearers are active and retired railroad friends and The First Men's Bible Class. Burial will follow in Riverside Memorial Park. Memorials may be made to Community Hospice of Jacksonville in Johns honor. Please Sign the Guestbook @ Jacksonville.com
 
 
 

Maxine Stamper Catlett Stover

Maxine Stamper Catlett Stover, 83, of Cocoa, Fla., formerly of Glen Morgan, died Oct. 22, 2008, at her home. Born Sept. 30, 1925,
at Cabin Creek, she was the daughter of the late John and Letha Cartwright Stamper. She also was preceded in death by her husband, Vivian Ben "Preacher" Stover, and children, Drema Lynn Catlett and Roy Lee Catlett. As the last surviving member of her immediate
family, she was also preceded by brothers, Claude Stamper and David Stamper, and a sister, Goldie Fix. (Fox?)

Mrs. Stover was a member of the Sun Valley Christian Church, Titusville, Fla. She was a homemaker.
Surviving: daughters, Lillie Kay Stover of Cocoa, and Christa Driscoll of Falls Mills, Va.; sons, Ray Catlett of Cocoa, and Russell John Catlett of Maple Fork; 12 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
Services were Oct. 27 at Tyree Funeral Home, Mount Hope, with Rev. Harmon Davis officiating. Burial was at
Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens, Prosperity.

Online condolences may be sent at www.tyreefuneralhome.com.

Arrangements by Tyree Funeral Home, Mount Hope 

 
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