Stamper Family Project
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 Homewood Memorial Gardens ... Thornton, Cook County, Illinois
 Stamper, Eleanor Horton b. 1912 d. Dec. 20, 2003
 
Camp Chase Cemetery - Columbus, Franklin County, Illinois 
 Stamper, Joel, d. 06/12/1864, Plot: 0 0 177, bur. 06/12/1864
 
 Mount Calvary Cemetery Kankakee, Kankakee County, Illinois
 Stamper, John W b. 1925 d. 1985
 
Springdale Cemetery ... Peoria, Peoria County, Illinois
Stamper, Milton H b. Sep. 9, 1931 d. May. 14, 2002
 
Rock Island National Cemetery ... Rock Island - Moline, Rock Island County, Illinois 
Stamper, Jane b. Oct. 23, 1934 d. Oct. 10, 1992
US Army, PFC, Res: East Moline, IL, Plot: Q 0 1254, bur. 10/13/1992
 
 Stamper, S T b. unknown d. unknown 
PVT CO B 8 MIDD, Plot: 759, bur. 03/07/1864, *
 
 Danville National Cemetery ... Danville, Vermilion County,Illinois
 Stamper, William H b. unknown d. May. 19, 1928
 
Obituary of Asa Martin STAMPER Macoupin County Illinois ©1999 Julie Clark Close
Name of Deceased: STAMPER, Asa, Martin
Name of Newspaper:
Date of Obituary: about July 1916
Obituary: Rev. Asa Martin STAMPER, son of Dillard and Margaret ROSS STAMPER, was born in
Bradley County, Tenn., Nov. 5, 1837. He was the sixth child of a family of nine children. When he was
about 13 years of age, he came with his fathers family to Illinois, of which state he has been a
righteous citizen. He was married to Amanda Catherine DAVIDSON, Feb. 20, 1862 and of this union
were born to them seven children, two sons and five daughters. He was converted in 1863, under the
preaching of Rev. M. V. KITZMILLER, by whom he was baptized and he united with Sugar Creek
Baptist Church. He was ordained to the gospel ministry by the Otter Creek Baptist church in 1877.
The council was composed of Zachariah WATERS, Charles BUSH and others, some of whom are
"land marks" of the faith and practice to which he has given a long life of faithful service. He
preached his first sermon at Upper Grove school house, northwest of Virden about 50 years ago. He
did his first baptizing 40 years ago in North Otter Creek near his late home. He has served many
churches as pastor, and held many revival meetings and through his untiring work hundreds have been
led to Christ. He led an exemplary life, faithful to his trust, loyal to the gospel of our Lord and
unwavering in its faith. He has fought a good fight, he has kept the faith, and many shall arise and call
him blessed. After an illness of ten days from a stroke of paralysis, he answered the call, "Come
Ye Blessed of My Father" and passed from their home here to his Heavenly home, July 13, 1916,
at 5:30 o'clock p.m., aged 78 years, eight months and eight days. He was preceded in death by
his parents, three brothers, three sisters and one son, John Perry. He is survived by his faithful wife,
Amanda C., one son, William Asa, five daughters Mrs. Mary A. JENKINS, Mrs. Lucretia HODGES,
Mrs. Amanda BIVIN, North Otter; Mrs. Lorena (Emily Irena) CLARK, of Liberty Chapel, and
Mrs. Modena RIGG of Cotter, Ark, one brother, Rev. James STAMPER of Herrick, one sister,
Mrs. May E. GATES of Centralia, twenty-one grandchildren and seven great grand children,
who with a host of other relatives and friends mourn their loss, but our loss is His eternal gain.
The night never grew too dark, the weather nor roads to bad, but what Brother STAMPER would
answer the call and go to assist in sickness or preach a funeral or lend assistance to his fellow
beings in whatever way he could. He will not only be missed by the community, his church, but will
be greatly missed by his family, as was their custom to meet at their home in annual family
gatherings, but when they meet again in those family gatherings there will be a vacant chair.
Funeral services were held at Union Chapel Saturday, at eleven a.m. conducted by Rev.
Fred PRATT of Palmyra, assisted by Rev. R.J. WATTS of Girard, and interment in the last
addition to Union Chapel Cemetery. There was an unusually large attendance at the services.
The pall-bearers were Oren CRUMP, John HODGES, Owen BIVIN, Frank STAMPER, Estel CLARK
and Paul STAMPER, all grandsons of the deceased. 
 
STAMPER, Amanda C. (DAVIDSON). Born 1840. Died 1931.
Married Asa M. STAMPER (1837-1916).
STAMPER, Asa M. Born 5 Nov 1837. Died 13 July 1916
Son of Dillard STAMPER & Margaret ROSS. Married Amanda C. DAVIDSON (1840-1931). "Elder Asa M. Stamper"
STAMPER, Gideon Thompson. Born 1845. Died 1902. With Susan Delila STAMPER (1850-1895).
STAMPER, Henry Lewell. Born 1879. Died 1972. With Gideon Thompson & Susan Delila STAMPER.
STAMPER, Pauline. Born 1872. Died 1934. With William A. STAMPER (1864-1949).
STAMPER, Susan Delila. Born 1850. Died 1895. With Gideon Thompson STAMPER (1845-1902).
STAMPER, William A. Born 1864. Died 1949. With Pauline STAMPER (1872-1934).
STAMPER, (infant). Born 1893. Died 1893. With Gideon Thompson & Susan Delila STAMPER.
 
 
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