Eastern Kentucky Stamper Kin: Some Descendants of James, Jonathan and Joel Stamper

Compiled by the Stamper Family Association, Inc. Over two years in the making, this volume focuses on the Eastern Kentucky descendants of James, Jonathan and Joel Stamper, sons of Jonathan and Rachel Parks Stamper of Wilkes Co, NC.

Over 6600 descendants of Jonathan and Rachel Parks Stamper

Some information on early Stampers in Middlesex Co, VA

More than 100 photographs

Softbound, over 300 pages plus every-name index

Information on Stamper descendants in counties such as Breathitt, Knott, Letcher, Morgan, Lee, Owsley, Carter and Lewis

Price per book is $35.00 (including shipping):

For any of the three books (or T-shirts) mentioned here .... send check or money order to:
Golden Combs Ferguson
2064-C N Willow Av
Huachuca City, AZ 85616-8133

 Stamper Stage
110 pages of an assortment of information submitted by Stamper researchers; along with various types of articles shared by Kay and her husband, Bob. Each issue is indexed.
Stamper Family Quarterly, published 4 times a year, (from Dec, 1978 to Dec, 1980), by Gloria Kay Vandiver Inman, soft cover, each indexed individually. now out of print. Copies may be obtained from the U.S. Library of Congress or Salt Lake City Utah Genealogical Library.
ca 110 pages from 7 of 8 issues. Permission granted from Kay Inman to reproduce and sell copies.
The Stamper Family Association would like to thank Kay for her generosity. The $$ from the sale of this publication goes back into the Stamper Family Project website

Price per book is $25.00 (including shipping):

Proceeds from the sale of this book (and the T-shirts) will be used to help with the

Stamper Family Project

 Travels of the 43rd Regiment Tennessee Volunteers
The Civil War Diary
Liuetenant I J Stamper

A first-hand account of war from one who actually participated in it is in some ways much more valuable than reading a historian's version ...
Isaac J Stamper lived near Cleveland, Tennessee. He and his two brothers served together in the Civil War. ...
Editor's note
In some parts of this manuscript, words or lines were missing. For the benefit of the reader, we have tried to indicate [in brackets] where the omitted material is ....
We are indebted to Stamper Family Association member Geneva Stamper Hamilton for procuring a copy of this manuscript for our use, and to Ms Virginia Roberts of Pendleton, Oregon for supplying the manuscript.

Stamper Family Association

Price per book is $12.00 (including shipping): 70 pages
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Golden Combs Ferguson