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Posted by: Dawn Wolfe (ID *****0569) Date: October 17, 2002 at 19:23:14
In Reply to: Re: STUMP PROBLEMS by Deborah Bruno of 1607

My cousin Janet had told me that she thought she found amelia in the house in pittsburgh. I couldnt find it though.
I have never found Samuel Stumpf married to Amelia in the census. Ive seen it in marriage records, and death records but i havent found them together. My James was born in 1873 and in indiana co. In 1880 he is with the Proctors in green township indiana co and in 1900 he is married and living in cambria.

James L. Stumpf was born in 1873 and died on april 12, 1894
he is burried in cresson

James married Margaret ann Lantzy (Nagle). she was born in 1858 and died march 19 1925. she is burried with james at St. Aloysious in cresson

they had these children

1. Phillip Andrew (Andy) Stumpf born 21 mar 1895 who married Minerva Elvira Marie Pierce. (mine and minnies great grandparents)

2. Joseph Lawrence Stumpf born 11 aug 1896 married to Florence Regina Gaynor (Janet's family)

3. Rachel A born in 1904 who i dont have anything else on.

there might be more kids but these are the only ones i have written on this particular sheet at now.

I noticed there are 2 major stumpf familys in pa. The ones who come from Johannes George Stumpf and the ones from Adam Stumpf. Im not sure where Samuel fits in and i dont know if thats his real name, or if he is even James's father. Samuel's wife (Amelia, Parmelia) is said to be a pierce and im pretty sure its true because i also descend from her younger brother Phillip Stumpf

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