Stamper Family Project

Wilkes County Surnames
http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncwilkes/qarchive/last.html
Looking for Jonathon STAMPER late 1700's. I believe his daughter Lovicy or Levicy or Louisy STAMPER married Jesse Long b 1789 NC. Also any info on Levicy or any leads would be appreciated. Their son Aaron was born 1818 in Ashe Cty. Jonathon ssems to appear in the census of 1790 in Wilkes Cty. Thanks, Craig Michalak
michalak@admin.dce.utah.edu
 
 Have information on the John PARKS 1706-1793 and Mary SHARPE 1715-bef.1793 family and would like any information about the allied families of Jonathan STAMPER, John MAYS, William GARRELL, BICKNELL and CARRELL/CARROLL. All these married John and Mary's daughters. Rose Parks
RParks5530@aol.com
  Searching for information on STAMPER family of Wilkes county with possible ties to Iredell county STAMPERS. Looking for information on on John (James) STAMPER b. ca 1810 - d. bef 1850, married to Catherine COBURN. Children were listed in census as Mary E. (1833), Gilbert N. (1836), George W. (1841) and Margaret (1846). Trying to find parents for John (James) STAMPER and Catherine COBURN. Also seeking any information on Gilbert N. STAMPER, who died during civil war, and was married to Polly ?. Would like to know maiden name of Polly.
E-Mail gray6064@aol.com.
Sherry Griggs
 ROBERT WHITE
James Stamper Sat Sep 7 18:15:35 1996 jstamper@mis.net
I would like to correspond with anyone who is researching Robert White who appears in Wilkes Co. records 1790-1800. His wife was supposedly Margaret---. Some of his children were in Ashe Co. post 1800, but I can find no record of him there. I am also descended from Jonathan Stamper, Sr.( b. 1719), who eventually settled in Wilkes Co. I will be happy to share my information with anyone on this line.
 STAMPER
Ina Wallace Wed Sep 18 17:12:01 1996
STAMPER, Jesse & Barbara had one son that I know of, Jacob STAMPER b. 1795 m. Clarissa LAWRENCE in Wilkes Co., NC. Jacob died around 1839 & Clara(Clarissa) STAMPER moved to Chattooga Co., GA. Did Jess & Barbara STAMPER have other children? I would appreciate any information on any other children b. to Jesse & Barbara STAMPER. I'm specifically looking for William G. STAMPER. Any help would be appreciated. reply to: swallace@hihello.com
 

Ashe County NC
 Jean "Jannie" Stamper Hall
Posted by Sadie Stamper Greer <SGREER@NETVA.COM> on Fri, 04 Jun 1999
Surname: Stamper, Hall
Looking for whereabouts of Jean Stamper Hall(Hawl) after 1856 , whenever her son Madison married my gggrandmother Jane V. Rutherford. It seems she may have been from Ashe or Grayson County,Va. It appears she fell off the earth after 1856. Have found no evidence of her death date , or marriage date to George Hall(Hawl). I can find no evidence of her having other children by Mr. Hall (Hawl). Anyone with info , please contact me.
Sadie
 
 
 

Hello,
My name is Thomas Stamper. I am looking for my relatives from long ago. I am searching for EXUM's and BARKER's
from around Jackson and Humboldt TN. I have an affidavit showing Louis Exum my great grandfather was a slave
who served in the infantry USCT during the Civil War.

I would appreciate any help or suggestions I can get. Thanks for taking your time to read this post.

Thomas Stamper, tomstam@pacbell.net on 10/07/2001

Researching following surnames: STAMPER, EXUM, BARKER,NANCE BROWN, WEEMS, WALKER,
-- Thomas Stamper, tomstam@pacbell.net on 10/07/2001

 
 http://www.afrigeneas.com/library/ncdeeds/1746-1828[o-z].html
Stamper, John to John Stovall. "...a certain Negro girl named Dicy & her child Frankey..." (BOS-1800, p. 415, book Q)
Stamper, William to Robert Stamper [his son]. "...three Negro slaves, viz, a Negro woman Cealy & her child Henry, and
a boy George..." (DOG-1822, p. 369, book 1)
 
 http://www.afrigeneas.com/library/ncdeeds/1828-1864[o-z].html
Stamper, William to George Stamper [his son, in Warren County]. "...three Negro slaves, one a man known by the name of John, one woman Jermima & child Nancey..." (BOS-1829, p.. 41, book 4
 
 http://www.afrigeneas.com/library/ncdeeds/1746-1828[a-g].html
Chandler, Joel to Jane Stamper [his daughter]. "...two certain Negroes by the names of Dice and Anica..." (DOG-1799, p. 245, book Q)
 
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