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 STAMPER, Louisa B. Death date: 9/7/1927, Adams County / Volume #5437, Certificate #49637
 
 
 Hazelbaker Cemetery - Jefferson Twp; Adams Co, OH -
Copied in 1967 and visited by Adams County Gen Soc in 1981. The cemetery is located about 1/4 mile west of Blue Creek,
500 feet south of Rt 125 on farm, on hillside and in the woods. Poor condition, overgrown and some stones down.

STAMPER, Susan BACH 4 Dec 1883 - 7 Dec 1964
 
 
 Fultz / Warnock
Minnie Mae WARNOCK FULTZ, born Oct 25, 1866 at Tygart's Valley, KY; d/o Samuel Price and America (Alexander) Warnock.
On Dec 2, 1886, she married William Lafayette Fultz, born Feb 14, 1861, s/o William Wesley and Sylvia Stamper Fultz of
Wesleyville, KY. The town of Wesleyville was named in honor of William Wesley Fultz. After marrying, Minnie and Lafayette
moved to Bath County, across the Licking River from Farmer, KY. Lafe was a farmer but there in Bath County, he also worked
in timber. Later, they moved with 3 children; Laura, Frank and Bertha to a farm purchased from Taylor Warnock, approximately
2 miles east of Locust Grove on present day Hackleshin Road. Two more children were born, both dying in infancy as well as
Minnie Mae died here May 22, 1903. Minnie Mae and her 2 daughters, Irene M, b April 18, 1895 - d Sept 11, 1895 and
Edith, b May 16, 1896; d Jan 7, 1897 are buried in the same plot. The oldest child, Laura Emma, b April 17, 1888 married
Samuel Elby Warnock and, in 1979, was living at the Warnock homestead next door to where she lived as a child.

Ohio, Adams County, Franklin Township
Strawberry Hill Cemetery, St Rt 41, noth of Locust Grove
 
 
 
Ward Cemetery Allen County, Ohio 
 Stamper, Gwendolyn Golden b. Feb. 9, 1930 d. Apr. 13, 1998
 
 
 STAMPER, Armida E. Death date: 5/13/1925, Butler County / Volume #4734, Certificate #26859
 STAMPER, Artie E. Death date: 11/24/1933, Butler County / Volume #7342, Certificate #60568
STAMPER, Enoch Death date: 3/20/1930, Butler County / Volume #632, Certificate #13687
 STAMPER, Ethel Death date: 1/28/1923, Butler County / Volume #4044, Certificate #520
STAMPER, Hannah F. Death date: 9/7/1938, Butler County / Certificate #50167 
STAMPER, John H. Death date: 7/2/1919, Butler County / Volume #3021, Certificate #41633
 STAMPER, John O. Death date: 3/30/1921, Butler County / Volume #3524, Certificate #13213
STAMPER, Margare A. Death date: 8/25/1925, Butler County / Volume #4802, Certificate #43845 
STAMPER, Nannie Death date: 8/10/1924, Butler County / Volume #4517, Certificate #43048
STAMPER, Patrici A. Death date: 6/2/1934, Butler County / Volume #7533, Certificate #35052 
 STAMPER, Robert Gerald Death date: 11/2/1940, Butler County / Certificate #65677 
 STAMPER, Sarah Death date: 4/10/1936, Butler County / Certificate #22452
 STAMPER, William Death date: 1/15/1929, Butler County / Volume #5659, Certificate #860
 
 
 Rose Hill Cemetery Springfield, Clark County, Ohio
 Stamper, Guy b. Apr. 28, 1938 d. Apr. 25, 2002
 
 
STAMPER, Burtie I. Death date: 10/26/1918, Clermont County / Volume #2754, Certificate #72215 
 
 
STAMPER, Colman Death date: 4/12/1928, Cuyahoga County / Volume #5620, Certificate #21690 
 STAMPER, Mary L. Death date: 2/24/1913, Cuyahoga County / Volume #996, Certificate #8108
 
 
 Holy Cross Cemetery
Cuyahoga County, Ohio

Stamper, Ewey Dowd, b. 9 May 1924, d. 20 Jun 2007
Stamper, James, b. 5 Jan 1920, d. 27 Jun 1992, h/o Irene, [GN]
 
 
STAMPER, Anna C. Death date: 8/17/1925, Franklin County / Volume #4808, Certificate #45320 
 STAMPER, Candace Edwards Death date: 1/6/1938, Franklin County / Certificate #2298
STAMPER, Henry Death date: 5/16/1936, Franklin County / Certificate #31353 
STAMPER, Kenneth Death date: 8/7/1943, Franklin County / Certificate #49732 
 STAMPER, Clyde Wesley Death date: 4/13/1937, Franklin County / Certificate #25272
 STAMPER, Robert Death date: 10/9/1934, Franklin County / Volume #1633, Certificate #60
 STAMPER, Wesley Death date: 4/3/1939, Franklin County / Certificate #24245
 
 
 Camp Chase Cemetery
Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio

Stamper, Joel, d. 06/12/1864, Plot: 0 0 177, bur. 06/12/1864
 
 
Arlington Memorial Garden, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio 
Stamper, Margaret E Sheerwood b. Aug. 23, 1931 d. Aug. 30, 1984 
 Spring Grove Cemetery Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio
 Stamper, Allene Evelyn Gaessler b. Aug. 19, 1927 d. Oct. 18, 2000
 
 
 STAMPER, Ada Death date: 4/13/1936, Hamilton County / Certificate #25072
 STAMPER, Baby Boy Death date: 1/17/1938, Hamilton County / Certificate #3172
STAMPER, Baby Boy Death date: 1/14/1941, Hamilton County / Certificate #3191 
 STAMPER, Beverly Jo Death date: 11/17/1944, Hamilton County / Certificate #68452
 STAMPER, Catheri N. Death date: 2/20/1931, Hamilton County / Volume #6529, Certificate #9085
 STAMPER, Charles Death date: 8/20/1938, Hamilton County / Certificate #46504
STAMPER, Charles W. Death date: 6/3/1925, Hamilton County / Volume #4766, Certificate #34843 
 STAMPER, Daisy Death date: 10/1/1944, Hamilton County / Certificate #62015
 STAMPER, Garland Ray Death date: 12/10/1943, Hamilton County / Certificate #76461
 STAMPER, Infant Death date: 2/13/1943, Hamilton County / Certificate #10233
 STAMPER, J. Death date: 8/2/1927, Hamilton County / Volume #5425, Certificate #46566
STAMPER, Eugene F. Death date: 12/12/1927, Hamilton County / Volume #5517, Certificate #69637
 STAMPER, James D. Death date: 12/21/1934, Hamilton County / Volume #7685, Certificate #73212
 STAMPER, Manford Death date: 8/5/1942, Hamilton County / Certificate #47921
 STAMPER, Martha Death date: 1/12/1944, Hamilton County / Certificate #3595
  STAMPER, Mary Death date: 10/19/1940, Hamilton County / Certificate #62114
 STAMPER, Mary Death date: 5/16/1929, Hamilton County / Volume #5995, Certificate #34959
 STAMPER, Randall Death date: 9/19/1942, Hamilton County / Certificate #53846
STAMPER, Robert H. Death date: 5/9/1929, Hamilton County / Volume #595, Certificate #34816 
 STAMPER, Stillborn Death date: 5/17/1925, Hamilton County / Volume #102, Certificate #1906
 STAMPER, Unnamed Death date: 5/14/1921, Hamilton County / Volume #3595, Certificate #30828
 
 
 HAMILTON COUNTY OHIO - Wesleyan Cemetery
Name/Van Stamper
Grave Location/ Section R, Range 19 1/2, Grave 33 / Death/Interment Date/ I: 30 October 1918
Military Burial at Wesleyan / Source of Info/ WPA Records
 
 
STAMPER, Mary I. Death date: 11/6/1922, Henry County / Volume #4002, Certificate #59096 
 
 
 STAMPER, Corneli I. Death date: 2/22/1919, Lake County / Volume #2903, Certificate #12118
 STAMPER, Jasper Death date: 1/9/1917, Lake County / Volume #2153, Certificate #4195
 
 
STAMPER, Andrew J. Death date: 10/7/1915, Lawrence County / Volume #1758, Certificate #55739
 STAMPER, Charles R. Death date: 2//1924, Lawrence County / Volume #4384, Certificate #9917
 STAMPER, Conrad Death date: 3/28/1917, Lawrence County / Volume #2214, Certificate #19449
 STAMPER, Elizabeth Death date: 3/29/1939, Lawrence County / Certificate #21584
 STAMPER, Isam E. Death date: 3/10/1923, Lawrence County / Volume #4121, Certificate #19908
 STAMPER, James Death date: 12/13/1917, Lawrence County / Volume #2451, Certificate #78658
 STAMPER, Larry Dale Death date: 3/8/1937, Lawrence County / Certificate #19345
 STAMPER, Lausen A. Death date: 10/19/1918, Lawrence County / Volume #2728, Certificate #65587
 STAMPER, Robert L. Death date: 12/28/1927, Lawrence County / Volume #5521, Certificate #70531
 STAMPER, Sarah Death date: 10/23/1918, Lawrence County / Volume #2728, Certificate #65550
 STAMPER, William L. Death date: 1/31/1924, Lawrence County / Volume #4359, Certificate #3572
 
 
 Forest Cemetery Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio
 Stamper, Samuel Joseph-Barron b. Sep. 16, 1960 d. May. 25, 2003
 
 Marion Cemetery Marion, Marion County, Ohio
 Stamper, Harold E. b. Dec. 16, 1932 d. Jul. 7, 2004
 
 Forest Hill Cemetery Piqua, Miami County, Ohio
 Stamper, Delephine Craft b. Aug. 23, 1935 d. Jul. 4, 2002
 
 
 Dayton National Cemetery Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio
 Stamper, Charles H b. Oct. 16, 1922 d. Dec. 12, 1995 / US Army, PVT, Res: Dayton, OH, Plot: 24 0 918, bur. 12/15/1995
 Stamper, Odis V b. Dec. 23, 1924 d. Oct. 15, 1993 / US Army, PVT, Res: Dayton, OH, Plot: 25 0 1067, bur. 10/19/1993
 Stamper, William Martin b. Jul. 22, 1920 d. Jan. 2, 1987 / US Navy, S1, Res: Dayton, OH, Plot: 15 36 9, bur. 01/06/1987
 
Highland Memorial Cemeter... Miamisburg, Montgomery County, Ohio 
 Stamper, Phyllis G. Justice b. May. 11, 1944 d. Sep. 17, 2002
 
Hill Grove Cemetery Miamisburg, Montgomery County, Ohio 
 Stamper, Whitley Irell b. May. 10, 2002 d. Jun. 3, 2002
 
 
 STAMPER, Brandon Death date: 9/27/1944, Montgomery County / Certificate #57760
 STAMPER, Carlyn Joyce Death date: 11/21/1943, Montgomery County / Certificate #70704
 STAMPER, Dora L. Death date: 3/12/1934, Montgomery County / Volume #7468, Certificate #18757
 STAMPER, John H. Death date: 1/1/1939, Montgomery County / Certificate #4933
 STAMPER, Julia Death date: 2/13/1937, Montgomery County / Certificate #13049
 STAMPER, Kelley Death date: 3/16/1942, Montgomery County / Certificate #18883
 STAMPER, Raymond H. Death date: 11/18/1924, Montgomery County / Volume #4592, Certificate #61845
 STAMPER, Pearl A. Death date: 10/4/1919, Montgomery County / Volume #3092, Certificate #59465
 STAMPER, Stillborn Death date: 7/28/1922, Montgomery County / Volume #41, Certificate #2743
 STAMPER, Susie Death date: 5/30/1927, Montgomery County / Volume #5363, Certificate #31043
 STAMPER, Taylor George Death date: 5/13/1936, Montgomery County / Certificate #33984
 STAMPER, Thomas Marshall Death date: 2/10/1940, Montgomery County / Certificate #12466
 STAMPER, William C. Death date: 6/25/1937, Montgomery County / Certificate #40231
 
 
 STAMPER, Mary A. Death date: 9/20/1915, Perry County / Volume #1746, Certificate #52523
 
 
Fairmound Cemetery West Elkton, Preble County, Ohio
Stamper, Ida m oldfield b. Apr. 28, 1908 d. May. 9, 1993
Stamper, James S, Sr b. Jan. 28, 1911 d. Jun. 8, 1982
 Stamper, Rev Robert Lee b. May. 27, 1937 d. Dec. 24, 1993
 
 
Memorial Burial Park Wheelersburg, Scioto County, Ohio
 Stamper, Della b. Nov. 23, 1895 d. Feb. 2, 1974
Stamper, Mabel Edna Oakes b. Jul. 30, 1902 d. Sep. 18, 1970
 
 
Harger Cemetery Lucasville, Scioto County, Ohio
 Stamper, Wilbur, Jr b. Aug. 12, 1952 d. Oct. 15, 1975
 
 STAMPER, Baby boy Death date: 1/28/1933, Scioto County / Volume #7122, Certificate #5663
 STAMPER, Blanche Death date: 3/25/1935, Scioto County / Volume #7781, Certificate #19743
 STAMPER, Charles R. Death date: 5/28/1926, Scioto County / Volume #5062, Certificate #34837
 STAMPER, James Shelley Death date: 7/10/1944, Scioto County / Certificate #46487
 STAMPER, Jess Harland Death date: 1/1/1936, Scioto County / Certificate #5797
 STAMPER, Rufus Russell Death date: 2/14/1936, Scioto County / Certificate #13012
 STAMPER, Unnamed Death date: 4/30/1934, Scioto County / Volume #7499, Certificate #26542
 STAMPER, Winnie Death date: 12/17/1941, Scioto County / Certificate #76586
 
 
 Scioto County, Ohio - Pine Grove Cemetery - Jefferson Township
Pine Grove Cemetery; also known as Harger Cemetery, is located on Fallen Timber Road, about 3/4 mile north of
Rose Hill and Black Run Roads. Stone date from the 1850s and the cemetery is still being used today.
Section 1: transcribed 01 June 1978 by Caryn Shoemaker; 08 June 1991 by Thomas Adkins.

Stamper, Wilbur, Jr; Aug 12, 1952 - Oct 15, 1975
Wilbur, Sr; June 3, 1913 - no date
 
 

 http://www.scioto.org/Scioto/Cemeteries/Porter/oldwheelersburgcem.html

Wheelersburg Cemetery - is located on the hill between old US Route 52nd and Sheila Blvd; Orter Twnshp,
Scioto County, Ohio. The cemetery covers 23 acres in the NW quarter of Section 15-2-20. The township
pioneers and others previously buried on the banks of the Little Scioto River were moved here in 1917. On
April 23, 1968, a tornado overturned and destroyed many of the tombstones in Wheelersburg Cemetery. Many
of the stones remain broken or toppled, although care of the cemetery has generally been good. Caryn R and
Duane Shomaker previously recorded inscriptions in this cemetery up to 1980. Feeling the need for a complete
revision and update, Virgil and Marguerite Ramsey recorded the entire cemetery, starting in September 1987
and ending in November.

STAMPER, Mrs James - June 25, 1868 Dec 17, 1942

 
 
 Lucasville Cemetery, Valley Township, Scioto County, Ohio - is located two blocks from US Route 23 off
Scioto Street in Lucasville. The oldest section was probably originally the Lucas family graveyard. Most
stones are in good condition, and the cemetery is well-kept. SECTION IV: This is the second oldest section
of the cemetery, though walkways have recently been sold for graves.
Transcribed 15/18 June 1991 by Thomas Adkins

OTWORTH, Bonnie STAMPER Feb 17, 1937 - nd. / same stone
 
 
 STAMPER, Alexand I. Death date: 8/8/1919, Summit County / Volume #3056, Certificate #50463
 STAMPER, Nellie M. Death date: 3/5/1923, Summit County / Volume #4131, Certificate #22366
 
 
Miami Valley Memorial Gardens, Warren County, Ohio
Stamper, Harold R. b. Sep. 12, 1934 d. Jun. 30, 2002
 
 STAMPER, Minnie W. Death date: 4/21/1943, Warren County / Certificate #27480
 STAMPER, Stillborn Death date: 10/1/1924, Warren County / Volume #90, Certificate #4226
 
 

 http://www.co.warren.oh.us/genealogy/cem/Cemetery-Vol-3.htm 
Surname Given Name Death Cemetery Vol Page

STAMPER Joel (Rev) Deerfield 3 142
STAMPER Lucy 1947 Deerfield 3 142

 
 
 http://www.co.warren.oh.us/genealogy/obits%20d1980-89M-Z.htm
Surname Given Name Year Page
STAMPER Albert J 1988 61
STAMPER Alice 1987 121
STAMPER Clara F 1985 120
STAMPER Garrett 1984 174
STAMPER James 1986 54
STAMPER Joel D, Rev 1987 57
STAMPER Leta 1981 8
STAMPER Vesta 1989 116
 
 
 http://www.co.warren.oh.us/genealogy/Obits%20d1990-99M-Z.htm#S
Surname Given Name Year Page
STAMPER Elizabeth Ann (Fouts) 1999 100
STAMPER Elsie 1993 169
STAMPER Frances 1993 169
STAMPER Jana Marie Ann 1995 203
STAMPER Sally L Jackson 1991 148
STAMPER Sarah A 1993 169
 
 
I copied the following information from records located at the Franklin Library in Framklin, Warren Co, OH 
Woodhill Cemetery
Warren Co, Franklin Twp, Franklin, OH
Warren Co Genealogical Society; Lebanon, OH
Stamper 6 - 91 - 151 (pages)
 
 page 6 / Henry A Stamper .. 1884 - 1955
page 6 / Lucy S Stamper .. 1888 - 1969
page 91 / Woodhill Cemetery / Section 8
Thomas N Stamper .. 1883 - 19--
Minnie W Stamper .. 1885 - 1943
 
 page 151 / Jeffrey Andrew Stamper .. 1964 - 1981
 
 Warren Co Ohio Death Records 1921 - 1925
Index - Arminta 233 (page)
. Joel 286 (page)
page 233 / Arnold, Thomas Age 53 / 9 26 So Lebanon Cemetery .. M W Lee Co, Ky .. Apr 25, 1868 - Feb 26, 1922
James Arnold, b VA; Arminta Stamper, b KY

page 286 / Joel Stamper / So Lebanon Cemetery .. M W So Lebanon, OH .. Stillborn 1 Oct 1924
Joel Stamper, b MO ; Lucy Taulbee, b KY
 
Warren Co OH / Death Records / Vol 2 / 1916 - 1920
page 172 / Spencer, Rose Mose .. age 31 - 8 - 31 .. Athel, KY (*Athol, KY .. Breathit Co, KY)
F W .. Feb 5, 1887 / Oct 18, 1918
Steve Stamper, b KY
Dell Vancleve, b KY
 
Vol 2 / Warren Co OH / Births 1909 - 1919
Compiled by Chester L Dunn; Warren Co Genealogical Society
Stamper 288.302
 
Bowman, William Earl .. MW So Lebanon, OH
John 36, KY
Stamper, Mary Ellen, 30, KY
 

 Vol III / Warren Co OH / Union Twp, OH
Deerfield Cemetery, Union Twp, So Lebanon OH Fellowship Cemetery

page 142 / Stamper, Rev Joel - Jan 31, 1887 .. NC
Stamper, Lucy - Sept 3, 1892 - Aug 8, 1947

 
 
http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/isearch 
Elizabeth Puckett Cemetery 
 STAMPER Andrew
 STAMPER Bertha
 STAMPER Charles
 STAMPER Charles E
 STAMPER Dorothy F
 STAMPER Elizabeth
 STAMPER Fred
 STAMPER Ginger Marie
 STAMPER Isom
 STAMPER James A.
 STAMPER John, Sr.
 STAMPER Josephine
STAMPER Larry Dale
 STAMPER Margaret E.
 STAMPER Rebecca Ann
 STAMPER Robert Henry
Not sure where the Elizabeth Puckett Cemetery is ...
I will try to locate this information ....
 
 

 Stampers buried at Woodside Cemetery
Verity Avenue....Middletown....OH 513-422-3291
 Submitted by Golden Combs Ferguson ... summer 1999
 Name  Sex  Age  Date of Service    Name  Sex  Age  Date of Service    Name  Sex   Age  Date of Service

 Acy, Jr

Adina

Anna H

Anna Stella

Armida E

Artie E

Bonnie

Boyd

 M

F

F

F

F

F

F

M

 
32

80

91

70

51

30

49

36

02-21-1956

09-08-1979

06-19-1979

01-27-1976

05-13-1925

11-27-1933 

05-22-1985

07-02-1934

 

  Garrett

Hannah F

Helen M

Infant

Jack C

James

James Glen

James Harlan

M

F

F

M

M

M

M

M

 73

75

64

4 hrs

36

74

75

78

 07-20-1984

09-10-1938

10-28-1948

10-01-1945

10-03-1968

06-10-1969

06-09-1988

01-12-1984

 

 Minerva J

Mary B

N S

Patricia

Patricia Ann

Pauline

 Rebecca

Robert Lee

 F

F

M

F

F

F

F

M

 78

78

77

44

3 mo

69

 97

28

 05-11-1954

02-16-1946

07-15-1954

07-15-1966

06-04-1934

12-14-1983

 08-02-1974

04-27-1957

                           

 

Chester A

Claude Jr

Claude

Claude C S

Clay

Clell

Clella L

Denny C

 

M

M

M

M

M

M

F

M

 

61

53

26

68

65

72

84

75

 

06-04-1971

07-19-1990

04-23-1934

12-10-1956

08-30-1961

12-29-1977

12-22-1966

06-06-1975

 

James H

John H

Joseph H

Justin

Karen Sue

John

Lawrence

Leah Rose

 

M

M

M

M

F

M

M

F

80

23

 16 mo

8

2 days

68

66

64

08-17-1949

07-05-1919

05-06-1933

07-11-1987

08-06-1949

11-25-1952

07-24-1992

09-03-1946

 

 Robert M M

Ronald

Ruth Catherine

Sarah Jane

Sarah M

Thomas

Vina Bell

Willard M

 M

M

F

F

F

M

F

M

 72

67

62

67

12

5 mo

78

39

 07-01-1982

08-05-1993

08-11-1979

08-16-1978

04-13-1936

08-15-1953

05-09-1966

03-05-1962

                           

 

Dewey

Donald Dr

Donald L

Donald

Earl

Elizabeth

Ernest

Ethel

 

M

M

M

M

M

F

M

F

 

73

44

1 day

71

49

84

72

78

 

11-11-1977

10-19-1982

04-11-1933

04-19-1997

08-24-1949

10-01-1971

08-07-1971

03-12-1980

 

Leona

Lillie Ellie

 Kenota

Lucy Ann

Lottie

Mary Frances

Mary Jane

Max H

 F

F

M

F

F

F

F

M

55

65

85

61

62

75

62

61

 12-28-1953

08-26-1955

 09-20-1975

08-21-1951

01-07-1974

11-22-1993

08-30-1980

02-10-1956

 

 William C

William D

William Dewey

William M

William M

William R

William T

William C

 M

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

 71

22

42

26

63

92

51

81

 06-26-1937

11-01-1948

07-22-1972

10-20-1947

12-02-1949

09-25-1959

02-18-1949

11-12-1992

                           
 Kentucky obits_Cincinnati Enquirer 1998-2000
       

 
Publication Date: December 07, 1996
Page: B02

Stella Kells Stamper, 59, retired employee of Marion Merrell Dow, wife of Russell G. Stamper, died Thursday. Visitation 10 a.m. -noon and service noon today, Elliston-Stanley Funeral Home, Williamstown
     
Publication Date: September 27, 1997
Page: B1A

Mary Joy Barker, 68, a homemaker, died Thursday .
Surviving are four daughters, Sheri Davies and Pam McCane
both of Florence, Kim Barker of Hebron and Patricia Leeds of Erlanger; three sisters, Zophee Bagby of Florence, June Stamper
of Burlington and Lillian Burns of Petersburg; a brother, Bob Stephens of Burlington; five grandchildren.
Visitation is 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Middendorf-Bullock Funeral
Home in Hebron. The service will be 10 a.m. Monday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Belleview Cemetery.
Memorials can be made to the St. Elizabeth Hospice, 401 E. 20th St., Covington 41014 or Hebron Baptist Church, 1488 Petersburg Road, Hebron 41048.
       
     
 
       

Publication Date: February 04, 1997
Page: B1A

Christina Ross Bowen, 18; Grant County High School student; daughter of Samuel Ross Bowen of Dayton, Ohio, and Frances Judy Silcox Stamper of Crittenden; died Sunday. Visitation 5-9 p.m. todayand service 2 p.m. Wednesday, Elliston-Stanley Funeral Home, Williamstown.

 
   
Publication Date: April 09, 1997
Page: B1A

Ralph O. Stamper, 87, a retired farmer and
World War II veteran, died Tuesday.
Surviving are a stepdaughter, LaVerne Pugh of Florence;
three grandsons; eight great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandson.
Visitation will be 5-9 p.m. Thursday at Eckler-Hudson Funeral
Home, Dry Ridge. The service will be at 11 a.m. Fridayat Walton United Methodist Church, Walton. Burial will be in Hill Crest Cemetery, Dry Ridge.
Memorials can be made to Florence United Methodist Church,
in care of Vision 2000, 213 Main St., Florence 41042 or Walton United Methodist Church, 68 S. Main St., Walton 41094.

 
       
 
Publication Date: February 15, 2000
Page: B1A

Reva V. Stamper Landrum, 70, a retired packer for Equitable
Bag Co. in Covington, and a packer for Levi Strauss Co,
in Florence for 20 years, died Saturday.
Surviving are her husband, Robert "Poppy" Landrum; two sons, Kenneth of Indianapolis and Jerry of Florence; two daughters, Virginia Landrum of Covington and Debbie Beach of Florence;
four brothers, Russell Stamper of Leesburg, Fla., Clarence Stamper of Walton, Donald Stamper of Hebron and Clyde Stamper of Covington; 10 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be 10 a.m. to noon and service noon Wednesday at Allison & Rose Funeral Home, Covington. Burial will be in Gardnersville, Ky.
Richard L. Roth
    Publication Date: November 19, 1998
Page:

Johnny Stamper, 40, a metal finisher with
J&M Metal Co.,died Monday.
Surviving are his wife, Carol; his mother, Evelyn Stamper of Covington; his father, Russell of Middletown; three stepsons,
J.C. Ross, Joey List and Daniel List, all of Covington; three stepdaughters, Shay St. Clair, Trina List and Nancy List,
all of Covington; three brothers, Jeff of Independence,
Jerry of Bromley and Randy of Covington; a sister, Glenda Daniels
of Florence; and seven grandchildren.
Visitation will be 4 to 8 p.m. today and the service at noon
Friday at Don Catchen & Son Funeral Home in Elsmere.
Burial will be in New Vine Run Cemetery in Dry Ridge, Ky
       

Publication Date: April 26, 1999
Page:

Lalie Arrowood, 85, a homemaker and member of
Waterloo Holiness Church in Burlington, died Saturday.
Surviving are her three sons, George of Middleton, Tenn.,
and William Arrowood and Sigel Arrowood Jr.,
both of Burlington; three daughters, Louisa Terry, Wilma Jean Sprague and Norma Fay Arrowood, all of Burlington;
three brothers, Virgil Bush of Jackson, Ky., Delmar Bush of
Lexington and Estil Bush of Lost Creek; two sisters, Marie Stamper
of Newport and Edna Griffith
of Booneville; 16 grandchildren
and 16 great-grandchildren. Her husband, Sigel M.
Arrowood, preceded her in death in 1990.
Visitation will be 5-9 p.m. Tuesday and service at 2 p.m.
Wednesday at Linnemann Funeral Home, Erlanger.
Burial will be in Burlington Cemetery.
Memorials can be sent to Hospice of Northern Kentucky, 1403 Alexandria Pike, Fort Thomas 41075, or to
Waterloo Holiness Church, Burlington.
Ralph G. Brickler

 
    Publication Date: January 10, 1999
Page:

Gene Stamper, 64, a farmer and former truck driver,
died Saturday at home of complications from cancer.
He was a former partner of the Hy-Ridge Mobile Home Park in
Dry Ridge and former owner of Hy-Ridge Mobile Home Sales in Crittenden.
Surviving are his wife, Betty Roland Stamper; three sons,
Kevin Stamper and Brian Stamper, both of Crittenden, and
Barry Stamper of Independence; four brothers, Clarence Stamper
of Walton, Russell Stamper of Middletown, Clyde Stamper of Fort Wright and Donald Stamper of Hebron
; a sister, Reva Landrum
of Florence; and seven grandchildren.
Visitation will be 4 to 9 p.m. Monday at the Elliston-Stanley Funeral Home in Crittenden. Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the
funeral home. Burial will be at Hillcrest Cemetery in Dry Ridge.
Memorials can be made to Crittenden Masonic Lodge No. 694, Crittenden 41030, or St. Elizabeth Home Health Hospice in Covington
.
 
       

Publication Date: July 30, 1999
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Mikayla Renee Stamper, 5 months, died Tuesday.
Surviving are her parents, Willie and Tracy Stamper of Newport:
two sisters, Rachel and Jessica Stuttler of Newport; grandparents Willie and Debbie Stamper of Southgate, Mich., and Ron and Linda Williams of Newport; and great-grandparents Mildred Schout of Newport, John F. Bailey of Newport, and Al and Dorothy Williams
of Heber Springs, Ark.
Visitation will be 9 to 10:30 a.m. today at Muehlenkamp-Erschell Funeral Home, Newport. Mass of Christian burial will be 11 a.m.
today at St. Therese Church, Southgate. Burial will be in St.
Stephen Cemetery, Fort Thomas.

 
     Publication Date: March 25, 1999
Source: The Cincinnati Enquirer
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David W. Singleton, 35, an employee at Frisch's Restaurant in Florence, died Saturday.
Surviving are his wife, Pat; three stepdaughters, Sonya Goetz
of Covington, Shannon Patton of Cincinnati, and Sara Ritter of Florence; his mother, Ruth Stamper of South Lebanon, Ohio; his father, Sterling Singleton of Morrow, Ohio; his stepfather, Fred Stamper of South Lebanon, Ohio; a brother, two sisters and six
stepgrandchildren.
Visitation will be 1 to 3 p.m. today at Linnemann Funeral Home, Burlington. No service. Body will be cremated.
       

Publication Date: September 08, 1998
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Louis Bonie Stamper, 84, a retired farmer and member of the Bullittsburg Baptist Church, died Sunday.
Surviving are his wife, Helen Stamper of Hebron;
a son, Don Stamper of Burlington; a daughter, Jan Peeno
of Hebron; six grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren
and three stepgreat- grandchildren.
Visitation is 10 a.m. to noon Thursday at Middendorf-Bullock
Funeral Home, Hebron. The service will follow. Burial will be
in the Bullittsburg Baptist Church Cemetery in Burlington.
Memorials can be made to the Bullittsburg Baptist Church, 2616 Bullittsburg Church Road, Burlington 41005.

 
   
       
  Publication Date: August 22, 1997
Page: C04
Region: Ohio
Obituary:
NEW RICHMOND
Ronnie C. Stamper, a truck driver and poet, died Wednesday of lung cancer at his home here. He was 50.
"He was a caring person and all of his poems had so much feelings," said a sister, Connie Stamper of New Jersey. "He was a man who
never thought of himself as anyone special, but he was a religious person with strong beliefs," she said.
Mr. Stamper was a member of the National Poets Society and received a letter of recognition as a poet. His work was published in a
poetry anthology, relatives said.
His trucking career began in the early 1970s. He had worked as a truck driver for United Dairy Farmers before joining the staff of
Ryder in 1983. For Ryder, he drove an 18-wheeler, transporting cars east of the Mississippi River. He was recognized for safe driving
by the company. In February, Mr. Stamper suffered a shoulder injury and was placed on light duty. He was diagnosed with lung cancer
in June.
Mr. Stamper, raised in Newtown, graduated from Anderson High School. He worked four years as a jet engine mechanic for the U.S.
Air Force. Other survivors include a daughter, Amy Lawson of Union Township, Clermont County; his mother, Rosalie Carter Stamper of
Newtown; another sister, Donna Stamper of Amelia; a brother, Donnie Stamper of New Richmond; his companion, Bonnie Prince of
New Richmond; and one grandchild.
The service will be 9 a.m. Saturday in Moore Funeral Home, 6708 Main St., Newtown. Visitation will be 7 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home.
Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery in Milford.
 
 
 
Headline: RONALD J. SEGAR DIES; DOCTOR, PROF
Publication Date: April 20, 1994
Source: Dayton Daily News
Page: 4B
Subjects: DOCTORS COLLEGE PROFESSORS
Region: Ohio
Obituary: Dr. Ronald J. Segar, associate clinical professor of surgery at Wright State University School of Medicine,
died Tuesday at his residence. He was 61.
Dr. Segar was professor of surgery since 1982. He was chief of surgery at Good Samaritan Hospital from 1983 to 1984.
Survivors include his wife, Joyce; son, David A. Segar of Dayton; two daughters, Karen Segar Salty of Menlo Park, Calif.,
and Elizabeth A. Stamper of Los Angeles; brother, Robert of Flint, Mich.; and former wife, Nina Segar of Dayton.
Visitation will be at 2 p.m. today followed by a 3 p.m.
memorial service at Temple Israel, 1821 Emerson Ave. at Salem Avenue.
 
Headline: MIAMI COUNTY DEATHS & FUNERALS
Publication Date: April 14, 2000
Source: Dayton Daily News

Andrew Oliver Stamper of Dayton, the founder of Stamper Quartet, died Tuesday at age 87.
Mr. Stamper was a member of Mt. Olive Church and retired from Dayton Rubber as an inspector in 1971.
His survivors include: his wife, Ernestina Stamper; sons, James Stamper of Carlisle, George Stamper of West Milton and Billy Stamper
of Dayton; daughters, Dorothy Swindler of Hillsboro and Wanda Davis of Naoma, W. Va.; a stepson, Clifford Marler of Morehead, Ky.;
a stepdaughter, Saundra Dowell of Springboro; brothers, Voughn Stamper of Tipp City and James Stamper of Beavercreek; sisters,
Etta Hunsacker of West Milton and Virgie Brewer of Dayton; 13 grandchildren; five step-grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren; two step-great-grandchildren; and one great-great grandchild.
Visitation was held Thursday evening at Hale-Sarver Funeral Home,
284 N. Miami St., West Milton. The funeral will be 11 a.m. today at the funeral home. Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery, Vandalia.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Montgomery County.
 
 
 

Julia Hamilton

1923-2008

MANSFIELD, OH - Julia Hamilton, 85, of Mansfield, died early Friday morning, August 15, at Mifflin Care Center.

Born April 16, 1923 in Kentucky, she was the daughter of Thurston and Mary (Fannin) Erwin. She was an area homemaker her entire
life and member of McElroy Road Church of Christ. Julia enjoyed cooking, quilting and completing puzzles.

She is survived by her daughter, Kay (Regie) Lloyd of Ashland; daughter-in-law, Linette Jackson of Mansfield; five grandchildren, Stacy Massie of Jeromesville, Leslie (Clay) Braden of Perrysville, Tom Lloyd of Ashland, Brian (Krystal) Hamilton and Tammy (Dave) Funk, all of Mansfield; four great-grandchildren, Charity and Emily Massie, Rudy Braden and Harrison Hamilton; a half-brother, Ollie Patrick of IN; two sisters, Violet Parish of Loudonville and Pansy Greer of AZ; and many nieces and nephews she dearly loved. Preceding her in death were her husband, Harlan Hamilton; son, J. Phillip Hamilton; parents; and stepfather, Otiest Patrick.

Funeral services were held Monday at 11 a.m. in McElroy Road Church of Christ. Burial followed in Vermillion Cemetery.

Wappner Funeral Directors was in charge of arrangements.

 

 

Mary L. Stamper
MOUNT VERNON - Mary LeMonne Stamper, 88, of 1350 Yauger Road and formerly of Tucker Road, Mount Vernon, went to be with
her heavenly father on Saturday, Aug. 21, 2004, at MedCentral Health System in Mansfield.
She was born Jan. 17, 1916, in Ottway to M. Oscar and Flossie Pearl (Jones) Maddy. Mrs. Stamper worked as a housekeeper for the
Northside Manor Nursing Home. She was a member of the Mount Liberty United Methodist Church where she served as a Sunday school and
Bible study teacher. Mrs. Stamper was also a member of the United Methodist Woman's Association and was a licensed Lay Minister for the
United Methodist Church Eastern Ohio Conference.
She is survived by four loving children including three sons, James (Barb) Stamper of Mount Vernon, and Ronald (Linda) Stamper and
Robert (Patricia) Stamper, both of Alexandria; a daughter, Leah (David) Geiger of Mount Vernon; six beloved grandchildren, Lori Krych,
Bob Geiger, Julia Geiger, Jeffrey Stamper, Brian Stamper and Michael Stamper; three great-grandchildren, Zachary, Treyton and Morgan;
two sisters, Monta (Jerry) Daulton of Port Townsend, Wash., and Rita Balser of Lancaster.
Besides her parents she was preceded in death by her loving husband, Leland Stamper; and four sisters, Wanda Peach, Pearl West,
Ruby Maddy and Audrey Maddy.
The family will observe private services. Burial will be in Friendship Cemetery. These arrangements are in the care and direction of
the Flowers-Snyder Funeral Home.
Memorial contributions may be made in the name of Mary Stamper to the Liberty Chapel United Methodist Church. This obituary and
guest registry may be viewed online at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com.
 

 
Obituaries  
 
STAMPER, Doris J.
age 71 of Huber Heights, passed away Saturday, October 14, 2006 at Kettering Memorial Hospital. She was preceded
in death by her loving husband of 28 years, Clifford L. Stamper Sr. and father, Ward B. Napier. She is survived by her
mother, Oda J. Napier; daughters, Donna J. Martin and spouse Allison Edwards, Linda L. Littell and husband Charles
C. Littell III, Wedonia, and Lula May; sons, Jimmy and wife Margie, Clifford Jr. and wife Mary; 12 grandchildren,
13 great-grandchildren, sister Dixie and husband Bill, brother Donald and wife Pat, and beloved dog Cody.
She has a large number of beloved relatives and friends. Doris was born on July 19, 1935 in Hazard, KY.
She retired from Angel Manufacturing and was proud of her role as president and organizer of her local UAW union.
She was active in the Red Hat Society, loved to travel abroad with her girls and adored her large family.
Family and friends were the most important aspect of her life and she loved keeping in touch with her
cousins, aunts, uncles, grandchildren and friends. We will all miss her dearly. Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m.
Tuesday, October 17, 2006 at Newcomer Funeral Home, 4104 Needmore Road. Family will receive friends one hour
prior to the service. Interment will follow in Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery. Rev. Bradley D. Napier, beloved nephew,
will officiate. To send a special message to the family, please visit www.NewcomerFamily.com.
 
 
STAMPER, Melisa, 48 of Dayton passed away Friday, September 29, 2006 at Miami Valley Hospital after
a lengthy illness. She loved gardening, and being involved with school activities at Northridge Local Schools.
She was preceded in death by her father, Hubert Caudill. Melisa is survived by her loving husband of 19 years,
James Ellis Stamper; son and daughter-in-law, David and Nakina Asher; daughter, Ashley Stamper; son,
James Ellis Stamper, Jr.; mother, Joyce Caudill; sister, Pam York; and many loving friends. Visitation will be held
1-2:00PM Tuesday, October 3, 2006 at the Newcomer Funeral Home (4104 Needmore Rd.), where a memorial service
will begin at 2:00PM, Pastor Matt Gapinski, officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Melisa's memory
to the American Cancer Society. To leave a special message for the family, please visit www.NewcomerFamily.com.
 
 

 Pamela K. Stamper
In loving memory
Age 56, of Dayton, passed away at her home Friday, September 1, 2006, after an extended illness.
Pam was born and raised in Booneville, Kentucky.

She is survived by her husband of the past 37 years, George W. Stamper; her parents,
Charles & Alma Kilburn of Berea, Kentucky; two daughters, Marsha (& husband, Chris) Moss and
Karen Stamper, all of Huber Heights; six grandchildren, Philip, Corey, Noah, Victor, Valerie and Michael;
two sisters, Louann Robinson of Florence, Kentucky and Susan Kilburn of Berea, Kentucky;
and numerous other family, friends and co-workers at Friends Care Nursing Home in Yellow Springs.

She attended Eastern Kentucky University, graduated from Wright State University School of Nursing
and was a Registered Nurse for over 20 years.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, at Newcomer Funeral Home & Crematory,
4104 Needmore Road, Dayton. Pastor Kathy Pittman will officiate. Interment will follow at Woodland Cemetery.
The family will be receiving friends from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m., Tuesday at the funeral home.

 

 

SPRINGFIELD NEWS AND SUN
Springfield, Ohio
April 11, 1988
Arnold, Janie Lynn (Stamper)
20 years old of 1012 Hillcrest Ave., died Monday April 11, 1988 at 10:30 P.M. in her residence. She was born December 21, 1967, in Springfield,
the daughter of George Wilbur and Patricia (Ray) Stamper. She was employed as a clerk for Drug Castle. She is survived by her mother,
Patricia Smith; her grandparents, Eugene and Margaret Ray of Springfield, and Guy and Betty Stamper of Springfield; three brothers, Johnny Ray,
Allen Stamper, and Bobby Lee Stamper, all of Springfield; four half sisters; three half brothers, great grandmother, Martha Potter, of Springfield;
and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Friends may call at Littleton Funeral Home Thursday where services will be held. Rev. Ray McConnaughey of Pleasant Street Church of God officiating. Burial in Rosehill Burial Park.

 

 This is in today's Middletown Journal: shared by Norma Adams

Katherine Lee Short, 45, of Middletown, died Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2002, at Middletown Regional Hospital.

She was born on Feb. 20, 1957, in Middletown, the daughter of William Carter and Armida (Stamper) Carter.

She is survived by her two daughters, Tammy (husband Buddy) Elkins of Somerville, Ohio, and Kelly Seigrist of Middletown;
a son, Billy (wife Cyndi) Short of Trenton; four grandchildren, Madison Elkins, Bryson Niehaus, Ashlyn Elkins and Mariah Lee Short;
two sisters, Lynn (husband David) Riddell of Hunter and Nancy (husband Gary) Williams of Middletown; four brothers, William
(wife Sky) Carter of Somerville, Richard (wife Patty) Carter of Camden, Tom (wife Jennifer) Carter of Hampton, Va., and Joe Carter
of Defiance, Ohio; her stepmother, Betty Carter of Lakeview, Ohio; two stepsisters, Cathy Morris of Sarasota, Fla., and Beverly Silcox
of Lakeview, Ohio; a stepbrother, Doug Ruhl of Sarasota, Fla.; and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, a sister, Paula Carter, and a brother, Mike Carter.

ARRANGEMENTS: Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Breitenbach-McCoy-Leffler Funeral Home, with the Rev. Harold
Thompson officiating. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Burial will be at Woodside Cemetery.

 

Emogene Combs Stamper, 86, of Carlisle, passed away Thursday, Dec. 25, 2003, at Hillspring Health Care Center in Springboro.
She was born Oct. 1, 1917 in Procter, [Lee County], Ky., the daughter of Robert and Lillian (Fields) Combs. She was previously employed by
the Otterbein Home as a dietician.

She is survived by a son, Carter Stamper III; and a daughter, Jetta Lee Stamper, both of Carlisle; a sister, Lela Davidson of Dayton;
two grandchildren, Steve Stamper of Carlisle and Melissa Robinson of Franklin; and two great-grandchildren, Jesse Robinson and Lacey
Robinson.

ARRANGEMENTS: Funeral services will be at the convenience of the family. Arrangements have been made by the Anderson Funeral Home,
1357 E. Second St., Franklin. Condolences may be made to the family via www.andersonfuneralhome.com.

December 28, 2003 Middletown Journal, Middletown, Ohio

Shared by Norma Adams ... 12/29/03 

 

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Name: Gloria Lewis, 77
Date of Death: Tuesday - April 13, 2004
Location of Death: Her Residence - Mt. Orab, Brown County, Ohio
Burial: Mt. Orab Cemetery - Mt. Orab, Brown County, Ohio
Notes: (nee: Carpenter) Born September 4, 1926 in Menifee County, Kentucky to the late Charles and Lou Cinda
(nee: Stamper) Carpenter. Gloria was a retired school teacher with the Western Brown Local School District in
Hamersville, Brown County, Ohio and a member of the Mt. Orab Women's Club and the Retired Teachers Association.
Services were held Friday, April 16, 2004 in Mt. Orab, Ohio.

Name: Kate Stamper DeBell, 87
Date of Death: Sunday - May 2, 2004
Location of Death: Brown County General Hospital - Georgetown, Brown County, Ohio
Burial: Tate Township Cemetery - Bethel, Clermont County, Ohio
Notes: Wife of the late Henry DeBell. Also preceded in death by three sisters, Nokie Holmes, Alkie Patrick,
Tressie Lykins. Services were held Wednesday, May 5, 2004 at Felicity Church of Christ, Felicity,
Clermont County, Ohio.

Name: Susie F. Hall Stamper, 81
Date of Death: Friday - June 18, 2004
Location of Death: Her Residence - Georgetown, Brown County, Ohio
Burial: Linwood Cemetery - Russellville, Brown County, Ohio
Notes: Born on March 1, 1923 in Floyd County, Kentucky to the late Charles E. and Josephine Johnson.
On January 31, 1939 she was married to First husband,Ted B. Hall, to this union nine children were born.
Also preceded in death by her first husband; two sons, Charles and Donald P. Hall; a daughter, S. Julia Hall;
second husband, Claud M. Stamper. Services were held Saturday, June 19, 2004.
 

 
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Last Name First Name Middle Initial
 
STAMPER MARY L
County Name: CUYAHOGA Date of Death: 2/24/1913
Volume Number: 996 Certificate Number: 8108
 
 
 STAMPER MARY A
County Name: PERRY Date of Death: 9/20/1915
Volume Number: 1746 Certificate Number: 52523
 
STAMPER JASPER
County Name: LAKE Date of Death: 1/9/1917
Volume Number: 2153 Certificate Number: 4195
 
 
STAMPER JAMES
County Name: LAWRENCE Date of Death: 12/13/1917
Volume Number: 2451 Certificate Number: 78658
 
 
STAMPER CONRAD
County Name: LAWRENCE Date of Death: 3/28/1917
Volume Number: 2214 Certificate Number: 19449
 
 
 STAMPER ANDREW J
County Name: LAWRENCE Date of Death: 10/7/1915
Volume Number: 1758 Certificate Number: 55739
 
 



Headline: DEATHS AND FUNERALS
Publication Date: January 05, 1997
Source: Dayton Daily News
Page: 2B
Subjects:
Region: Ohio
Obituary:
STAMPER, Virgil E. "Virg," 62, of Miamisburg, Friday. Services 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. (Gebhart-Schmidt-Parramore, Miamisburg)

Headline: DEATHS AND FUNERALS
Publication Date: June 02, 1995
Source: Dayton Daily News
Page: 4B
Subjects:
Region: Ohio
Obituary:
STAMPER, Lenox Eugene "Gene," 66, formerly of Moraine, of Princeton, W. Va. Services 2 p.m. Saturday. (Seaver, Princeton)

Headline: DEATHS AND FUNERALS
Publication Date: September 10, 1994
Source: Dayton Daily News
Page: 3B
Subjects:
Region: Ohio
Obituary:
STAMPER, Paul, 56, of Miamisburg, Friday. Services 1 p.m. Monday, Miamisburg Assembly of God. (Swart, West Carrollton)


 From: SA3336@aol.com
Sent: Tuesday, January 13, 2004 6:29 PM
To: goldie@prtcnet.org
Cc: vivianmoon@juno.com
Subject: Stamper

Man found dead in Dayton home

Dayton Daily News
Tuesday, January 13, 2004

DAYTON -- Police are investigating as a homicide the death of a 71-year-old man found in the kitchen of his home Monday.

Police and paramedics were called to a residence in the 400 block of South Smithville Road at Darst Avenue about 7:48 p.m. A person who identified herself to police as the man's cleaning woman looked into a window at the back of the house and saw the man lying face down, Lt. Robert Mannix said.

Paramedics had to break out a window to get inside and found the man in a pool of blood, Mannix said. Although no weapon was found, police think the death is suspicious, Mannix said. The man's name was not released.

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This is Jr. Stamper, think his mother was Esther Lovelace. His wife died a few months ago, think she was a Swango.

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