|Birth: ||Aug. 3, 1847|
|Death: ||Jun. 6, 1917|
Son of Samuel and Susannah (Miller) Stauffer, married Matilda Hageman March 19, 1874
Living in Montana in the early 1890's.
Sheep rancher and farmer.
The Choteau Montanan, Choteau, MT, 1917
John K. Stauffer, well known to all old-time residents of this section, died in Portland, Oregon, last Wednesday after a brief illness with pneumonia. The remains, accompanied by his wife and Mrs. William O'Brien, were conveyed to the old home at Bryan, Ohio, for interment.
Mr. Stauffer was one of the first settlers in the Cut Bank (Mont.) section and for years was the owner of a large band of sheep that ranged just north of where the city stands. He visited here many times after moving back to the old home and about two years ago the family went to Estacada, Oregon, to reside. Mr. Stauffer was a man of sturdy character, so typical of western pioneers. He was well thought of by the residents of this section of an earlier day.
--Cut Bank Press
Samuel Kiser Stauffer (1825 - 1874)
Susannah Miller Stauffer (1825 - 1912)
Matilda Hageman Stauffer (1854 - 1943)
Samuel M. Stauffer (1875 - 1893)*
Delbert Killinger Stauffer (1878 - 1963)*
John L. Stauffer (1895 - 1973)*
William Henry Stauffer (1846 - 1936)*
John Killinger Stauffer (1847 - 1917)
Andrew Clinton Stauffer (1850 - 1917)*
Susannah Iantha Stauffer (1854 - 1856)*
Mary Frances Stauffer (1858 - 1865)*
Violet Millicent "Viola" Stauffer Bradford (1862 - 1937)*
Plot: Section C Row 6
Created by: Ed Starling
Record added: May 07, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14208449