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Stumbaugh, tree of life : our roots

by Ray B. Grove
Grove, Ray B., 1919- (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Salinas, California : R.B. Grove, c1995
444 p. : ill., maps, ports.

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Johannes Stambach (ca. 1676-1733) was born and died at Katzenhause, Alsace, France. He married Maria Catharina Meyer (d. ca. 1739) at Kutzenhausen ca. 1717. They had six children, 1719-1731. She married 2) Niclaus Honig in 1733. They had two children, 1734-1736. The family immigrated to America in 1739 and settled in Pennsylvania. Record lists family and some gandchildren for each generation but chiefly follows line of descendant from Lawrence Stumbaugh (1725-1805), son of Johannes and Maria Catharina Stambach, who died in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, to Enos Forney Stambaugh (1866-1939), who died at Big Spring, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Descendants listed lived in Pennsylvania and elsewhere. The surname is spelled Stambaugh, Stumbaugh, and Stumbo.

Includes the Woodrow, Lane, and other ancestral families of the author.

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