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David Stumbaugh
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Birth: 1788
Rockingham County
Virginia, USA
Death: 1850
Cass County
Indiana, USA

David was the son of Frederick and Margaret Stumbaugh. Based on various documents, he is believed to have been born in Rockingham County, Virginia. He died in Clinton Township, Cass County, Indiana in 1850.

David married Rhoda Gilliland on 3 Nov 1807 in Greenup County, Kentucky. They were the parents of at least eight children.

David Stumbaugh has two headstones in two different cemeteries, possibly one was meant as a cenotaph. His military monument is in Fitzer Cemetery, Cass County, Indiana. His private monument is in Clymer Cemetery, Cass County, Indiana. His private stone: David Stumbaugh

There are conflicting dates as to the day and month of his death. On the 11 Sep 1850 Cass County Census, his death was listed as April 1850. On the US Federal Mortality Schedule Index, his month of death is listed as February 1850. On his private monument, his date of death is listed as May 27, 1850. His age is also listed as 62y 9m 20d. Depending on which month he actually died in, this could alter his birth year.

Children :
James S Stumbaugh James S Stumbaugh
A J Stumbaugh Rev. Andrew Jackson Stumbaugh
Archibald Stumbaugh Archibald Stumbaugh


"Corp, Ohio Militia, War of 1812"

Fitzer Family Cemetery
Cass County
Indiana, USA
Maintained by: C Patton
Originally Created by: RL (Bob) Nielsen
Record added: Mar 18, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 67090370
David Stumbaugh
Added by: RL (Bob) Nielsen
David Stumbaugh
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Land records show David Stumbaugh obtained the 160 acres south of the Clymers cemetery from the U.S.Gov. on June 6, 1832. After his death, in the early 1850s, his sons James & Andrew obtained the land from the other 8 children and then resold it. My mot...(Read more)
- Jim Moore
 Added: Aug. 21, 2013

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