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Re: Egbert Stover and Jane Bailey/Electa Handy
Posted by: Allyson Rose Chandler (ID *****6714) Date: July 25, 2011 at 15:41:59
In Reply to: Re: Egbert Stover and Jane Bailey/Electa Handy by Ava Richer of 2709

I saw Your posts and have info to add.
Although I do not know anything yet about Jane Bailey, or family burial places, I think I have a line on the Stover Ancestory. This is not completely researched, but here's what I have so far:

Egbert Stover b. 1821 Norwich Twsp, Ontario, Canada
Married Jane Bailey b. 1825 in England
Children: Jesse William, Phebe, Gilbert, Minnie(Mary).
It is believed Jane died after Minnie's birth.
Married wife 2: Electa Handy on December 4, 1860
They had a daughter, Henrietta

Egbert Stover's parents: Gilbert Stover b. 1800 & Phoebe Duncan b. 1848;
Frederick Stover 1770-1847 & Mary Weaver b. 1770;
Adam Stover 1742-1824 & Mary Woolweaver 1742-1808;
Jacob Johann Stover 1695 Staffort, Baden, Germany & Maria Eva Hauth;
Hans Veltin Stober b. 1665-1718 & Catharina A. Strauss b. 1690;
Johann Jakob Stober b. 1626-1691 Staffort,Badden,Wuttemberg, Germany & Anna Margaretta Batzenschlager. Johann Jakob was the mayor of the village of Staffort Germany.

This was as far as I could trace that family line--still need to recheck my sources.


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