Stamper Family Project
Death Data 
STAMPER, Frank Stillborn Floyd 08 Apr 1940 No
STAMPER, B F 86 Floyd 30 Oct 1951 No
STAMPER, Ben 79 Floyd 20 Nov 1968 No
STAMPER, Lewis M 48 Floyd 14 May 1983 No
STAMPER, I D 79 Floyd 06 May 1986 No
STAMPER, Jerry 26 Floyd 13 Dec 1989 No
STAMPER, Samuel B 67 Floyd 06 Jan 1989 No
STAMPER, Christine 60 Floyd 22 Mar 1990 No
STAMPER, Luther 50 Floyd 02 Apr 1999 No 
Publication Date: May 25, 1994
Source: The Courier-Journal Louisville, KY
Page: 04B
 Obituary: MAYTOWN, Ky. -- A 12-year-old Floyd County boy died Monday after his all- terrain vehicle collided
with a pickup on Plum Street in Maytown.
Floyd County Coroner Roger Nelson said Michael Todd Halbert of Langley died of chest injuries at 8:04 p.m. at
Our Lady of the Way Hospital in Martin. The Floyd County sheriff's office said Halbert's four-wheel ATV
collided about 6 p.m. with a truck driven by a juvenile, whose name was not released. Halbert was a sixth-grader
at Maytown Elementary School in Langley.
Survivors include his father and stepmother, Emery and Beverly Ann Halbert of Langley; his mother, Faith Rosanne Campbell of Prestonsburg; a brother, Scott Halbert of Prestonsburg; a half brother, Nathaniel Campbell of Mousie;
three half sisters, Nikki Leigh Stamper of Prestonsburg and Brittany and Stephanie Halbert, both of Langley; and grandparents, Martin and Ruby Slone Halbert of Langley, James Francis of Russell Point, Ohio, and Norma Ritchie Francis of Wayland.
The funeral will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Hall Funeral Home in Martin, with burial in Martin Cemetery in Eastern. Visitation will be after 8 a.m. today.
 Carolyn Stamper Johnson and Geneva Stamper Hamilton are sisters.

Geneva Stamper Hamilton,
age 84, of Harold, passed away,
Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at the
Pikeville Health Care Center.
Age: 84
Visitation: Visitation in the chapel after 6p.m., Thursday
Funeral Service: Funeral services will be 1:00p.m., Friday, March 16, 2007 at the
J.W. Call Funeral Home Chapel will Steve Knisley and Sam Crawford officiating
Interment: Burial will follow in the Stamper Cemetery at Blairtown

She had been an Elementary School Teacher for over 40 years, working at Betsy Layne Grade School
and Harmon Elementary. She was a member of the Betsy Layne Church of Christ.

She was born at Mossy Bottom in Pike County, Kentucky on August 14, 1922 the daughter of the late
Daniel Harrison and Exie Mullins Stamper.

Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her former husband, Ray Hamilton and one brother,
Harry R. Stamper and one sister, Carolyn Stamper Johnson.

She is survived by one son, Jack Bryan Hamilton of Harold and one daughter, Patricia Ray Hamilton Scalf
and her husband, Al, of Stanville; also by one brother, Dr. Daniel H. Stamper, Jr. of Pikeville and four siters,
Virginia Lowe, Betty Hobson, Shirley Justice and Nancy Barrowman all of Pikeville.

She is also survived by four grandchildren, Allyson Lynn Barton, Jack Bryan Hamilton II,
Chandra Taylor Herman and Derek Traylon Hamilton and also by four great-grandchildren,
Amy Lynn Watson, Justin Dwayne Barton, Michael Todd Justice and Nicole Rhea Herman.

Serving as Active Pallbearers will be: J.B. Hamilton, Derek Hamilton, Justin Barton, Michael Justice,
Jason Stamper, Nich Herman and Scott Watson.

Serving as Honorary Pallbearers will be: Charles Lowe,Sr., Billy Joe Justice, Jerry Barrowman, Al Scalf,
Charles Lowe,Jr., and Michael Johnson.

Geneva was one of my best friends. I already miss her so much; and knowing I will not see her again at this year's reunion breaks my heart.

The Stamper publication came about as an idea from Geneva. One of her passions was genealogy. She shared many of her family stories; and was always wanting to hear from other Stampers about their ancestors.

The Stamper Family Project
is the property of Golden Combs Ferguson