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Andrew Jackson "A. J." Stumbaugh & Elizabeth
Posted by: Karen Adams (ID *****7117) Date: February 04, 2004 at 11:07:25
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Looking for information on the family below. Ray Grove didn't have parents for A. J.

If you can help, please contact me direct at

Karen Adams
Administrator of the Robert Fleming, Felix Stambach
and Connected Families Assoc. Website
       1. Andrew Jackson "A. J."1 Stumbaugh (do you know who his parents are) was born Abt. October-1831. He married Elizabeth. She was born
Abt. 1833 in Pennsylvania.

Notes for Andrew Jackson "A. J." Stumbaugh:
In the 1850 Frenkin County, Pennsylvania census he is living with Conrad Kyner - Phillip Kyner - Margaret
Stumbaugh - Lawrence/Lorentz Stumbaugh - Johannes Stambach - Felix Stambach
In the 1860 census for the same area we find the following family and homes as counted:
              Family 187       Conrad Kyner               50
                            s. Lydia               46
              Family 188       Andrew J. Stumbaugh        29
                            s. Eliza                     26
              Family 189       Philip Kyner               77
                            . Catharine              75
Here we find that Andrew J. Stumbaugh now has his own home and he is living between Conrad and his father Philip
who is the son of the original Conrad Kyner married to Margaret Stumbaugh.       

Sources are these census records:
1860 Roll 1112 Sheet 27 Southampton Township Franklin County, Pennsylvania
1870 Roll 1346 Sheet 563 Shippensburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania
1880 T755 Roll 59 ED 154 Sheet 14, Lenawee County, Michigan
1910 Roll 66 ED 68 Sheet 7 Madison Township, Lenawee County, Michigan
1920 M1568 Roll 234 ED 26 heet 6 Lenawee County, Michigan

It is possible that his wife Elizabeth may have been a Bittinger or she had a sister who married a Bittinger since there
was a Joephine Bittinger aged 10 and a niece living with them at the time of the 1880 census.

The Memorial Lutheran Church of Shippensburg has records that state Andrew J. Stumbaugh was baptized Jan 1850
and his wife Elizabeth A. was baptized Jan 1860 by certificate. These same church records state they were present at
this church until 21-Apr-1878 and it is assumed they moved to Michigan to be near their son Charles. Charles was
married and he and his family were counted with Andrew J. Stumbaugh in the 1880 census of Michigan but they
apparently moved on to Kansas before 1883.

Obituary: Adrian Daily Telegram, Adrian, Michigan, 13-Jul-1922 p. 3 c-1.
JACK STUMBAUGH IS DEAD AT HOME IN SAND CREEK Jack Stumbaugh, aged 91 years, died yesterday
morning at his home in Sand Creek after a long period of failing health. He is survived by two children, Charles
Luther Stumbaugh of Kingman, Ariz. and Miss Adeline Virginia Stumbaugh of Sand Creek, who has cared for her
father. The funeral service will held at the home Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock and will be private. The Stumbaugh
family came to Sand Creek from Shippensburg PA in 1879.

Children of Andrew Stumbaugh and Elizabeth are:
       2 i.       Charles L.2 Stumbaugh, born Abt. May-1859 in Southampton Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. He
married Mary; born Abt. December-1860 in Pennsylvania.

Notes for Charles L. Stumbaugh:
1900 census T1046 Roll 118 ED 10 Sheet 17, Eldorado City, Butler County, Kansas.
(Ray Grove's book Stambaugh - Tree of Life - Our Roots pub 1995)

       3       ii.       Adaline Virginia Stumbaugh, born Abt. 1863 in Pennsylvania.

Notes for Adaline Virginia Stumbaugh:
Nothing further is known about Adaline other than she probably never married because she was still living
with her father at the time of the 1920 census.
(Ray Grove's book Stambaugh - Tree of Life - Our Roots pub 1995

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