NameFrederick STAMM
Birth17 Feb 1782, Bern Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania874, p. 807.
Death11 Sep 1859, Turbot Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania874, p. 807. Age: 77
BurialParadise Church, Turbot Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania874, p. 807.
FatherNicholas STAMM (1752-1828)
MotherCatherine LERCH (1754-1844)
Birth17 Jul 17851966
Death7 May 18571966 Age: 71
BurialEmmanuel Union Church, Tusseyville, Centre County, Pennsylvania1966
ChildrenElizabeth (1807-1886)
 Jacob (1808-1881)
 Rebecca A. (1811-1879)
 Catherine (1812-1866)
 Benjamin (1814-1899)
 Polly Ann (1816-1877)
 Charles William (1817-1903)
 Maria (1819-)
 Daniel (1821-1900)
 Sarah (1825-~1890)
 John William (1825-1909)
 Lydia Ann (1829-1892)
Notes for Frederick STAMM

Biographical Sketch (1911):874, p. 807. "Frederick Stamm of Turbot Township, Northumberland county, was evidently one of the sons of Nicholas, having been born in Bern Township, Berks County, near the Bern Church, Feb. 17, 1782. In 1816 he came to Northumberland County, settling near the Paradise Church in Turbut Township. Afterward he lived for a time in Center County, Pennsylvania, but returned to Northumberland in a few years and died on the old homestead. He was one of the pioneers in this region, and made the trip hither from Berks County by team. His wife, whose maiden name was Barnhart, died in Center County and is buried there, at the Loop Church at Center Hall. Frederick Stamm died in Turbut Township Sept. 11, 1859, aged seventy-seven years, one month, twenty-four days, and is buried at the Paradise Church. He was a Reformed member of that church and active in his congregation, which he served many years as deacon and elder. They had children as follows: Mrs. John Frymeyer; Jacob; Henry, who died in Turbut Township; Mrs. Samuel Stahlnecker; Mrs. Conrad Diefenbacher; Benjamin, who died in Center County, Charles, who died in Center County; Mrs. John Gingrith; Mrs. Christian Gingrith (John and Christian Gingrith were brothers); Mrs. John Catterman; Daniel, who died in Montour County; Mrs. Myers; Dr. William, who died near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and one that died in infancy."
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