NameSamuel STAMM 817
Birthabt 1818, Pennsylvania858
Death16 Feb 1885, Beach City, Stark County, Ohio858 Age: 67
BurialSmoketown Reformed Cemetery, Bethlehem Township, Stark County, Ohio858
FatherDaniel STAMM (~1787-1866)
MotherSarah FROMM (1791-)
Birth31 Oct 1827658, v. 2, p. 276.
Death19 Jul 1868, Bethlehem Township, Stark County, Ohio734, p. 143. Age: 40
BurialSmoketown Reformed Cemetery, Bethlehem Township, Stark County, Ohio658, v. 2, p. 276.,858
Marriage20 Nov 1845, Stark County, Ohio858
ChildrenCurdilia (~1848-1851)
 Elenora (~1865-1865)
Notes for Samuel STAMM

Family Remembrance:858 "1850 Bethlehem Twp., Ohio, page 210, lists Samuel and his wife Anna and son William, and daughter Cordelia (his other son John, was not born until 1855). He is 32 yrs old in the census, a carpenter, and born in Ohio, which would make his birthdate 1818. His wife, Anna (Lonas) Stamm is 22. Anna is buried near Daniel Stamm in Smoketown Reformed Cemetery. My sister had found records when she was in Ohio (Cemetery Inscriptions of Stark County, Ohio, vol. II) showing Samuel also buried in Smoketown Reformed Cemetery, Row 2, but never had the chance to get there to see the stone and get dates."

1850 U.S. Census:1805
Ohio, Stark County, Bethlehem Special District
Enumerated 20 September 1850
Samuel Stamm •• 32, male, carpenter, born in Ohio
Anna •• 22, female, born in Virginia
Wm •• 4, male, born in Ohio
Cordelia •• 2, female, born in Ohio

1860 Marriage of son William H. Stamm:888 Samuel Stamm applied for marriage license for his son, William H. Stamm, age nineteen, and Almira Mayer, age 18; Samuel affirmed there was no impediment to the marriage and that her family also consented. [Note: According to 1850 U.S. census,1805 William would be age 14 in 1860, not age 19.]
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