Person:Nathan Stump (1)

m. 23 Aug 1846
  1. Sarah A Stump1847 - 1933
  2. Mary E Stump1848 - 1905
  • HNathan Stump1823 - 1909
  • WMary Miller1833 - 1882
m. 29 Aug 1857
  1. John A Stump1860 -
  2. Franklin Samuel Stump1862 -
  3. Ellen Lenora Stump1867 -
  4. Charles Richard Stump1871 - 1877
  5. Amanda K Stump1874 -
m. 10 Feb 1884
Facts and Events
Name Nathan Stump
Gender Male
Birth[1] 29 Nov 1823 Berks, Pennsylvania, United States
Marriage 23 Aug 1846 to Elizabeth Miller
Marriage 29 Aug 1857 to Mary Miller
Marriage 10 Feb 1884 Albany, Berks, Pennsylvania, United Statesto Sybilla Miller
Death? 12 May 1909 Klinesville, Berks, Pennsylvania, United States

1850 Berks County Census
Stump, Nathan, age 27, Tailor
Stump, Elizabeth, age 24 [first wife]
Stump, Sarah A., age 3
Stump, Mary C., age 2

1860 US Census of Albany, Berks, PA
Stump, Nathan, age 36, farmer
Stump, Mary, age 28 [second wife]
Stump, Sarah A E, age 13
Stump, Mary A, age 12
Reimert, William A, age 7 [step-son]

1870 US Census of Albany, Berks, PA
Stump, Nathan, age 46, Innkeeper
Stump, Mary, age 37
Stump, John, age 10
Stump, Franklin, age 8
Stump, Ellen Y, age 3
Stump, Rachel, age 69, widow [mother Rachel (Leiby), widow of Samuel Stump]

1880 US Census Albany, Berks, PA
Stump, Nathan, age 56, farmer
Stump, Mary, age 46
Stump, John, age 19
Stump, Samuel, age 17
Stump, Ellen, age 13
Rimert, William, age 26, carpenter [step-son and his family]
Rimert, Jane, age 28
Rimert, Harvi, age 7
Rimert, William, age 4
Rimert, Irena, age 2

1900 US Census Albany, Berks, PA
Stump, Nathan, age=Nov 1823/76, marr=16
Stump, Sybilla, age=Apr 1834/66, marr=16, kids=7/6 [third wife]

Allentown Morning Call, Friday 14 May 1909, p. 5

Obituary - Nathan Stump. Nathan Stump, an aged and retired farmer died at his home at the foot of Little Round Top about two miles north of Klinesville, of infirmities, on Wednesday [12 May 1909], at 8:15, aged 85 years, 4 months, and 13 days. Deceased is survived by his widow Sybilla, three daughters, Mrs. Alfred S. Miller, of Hamburg; Mrs. Nathan Snyder, of New Tripoli; Mrs. Amanda Kern, of Allentown and two sons, John S., of Kutztown and Franklin, farming on the old farm.

  1. Morton L Montgomery. Historical and Biographical Annals of Berks County Pennsylvania. (Chicago: J H Beers & Co, 1909).

    Nathan Stump, father of Franklin S., was born in Berks county, Nov. 29, 1823, and m. (first) Elizabeth Miller, by whom he had two children: Sarah, born Feb. 21, 1847, m. Alfred S. Miller; and Mary E., born July 28, 1848, m. William Levan, and died in 1905. Mr. Stump m. (second) Mary Miller, born Feb. 1, 1833, died June 21, 1882, daughter of Isaac (1804-1855) and Hannah Miller. To the second marriage of Mr. Stump there were born five children: John, born Sept. 1, 1860, m. Emma Leiby; Franklin S.; Ella, born March 11, 1867, m. Nathan Snyder; Charles R., born March 19, 1871, died Aug. 29,1877; and Amanda, born July 9, 1874, m. Lewis Kern. Mr. Stump m. (third) Sybilla Miller. Although the three wives all bore the same name they were no relation.