Elizabeth "Betsy" Huffman, daughter of Alexander and Hannah Vannoy Huffman, born September 1824 in Randolph/Barbour County, (West) Virginia and died after 1900 in Calhoun County, West Virginia where she was living with Levi Stump, her son. Alexander Huffman, her grandfather was one of the first settlers in what became Calhoun County who moved with Elizabeth Johnson, his sister, from Barbour County, (West) Virginia in 1829. She married John Stump Jr, son of Absalom Sr and Margaret Bush Stump, in Lewis County, (West) Virginia about 1841/2.
Levi H b Jul 12 1873, d Oct 10 1948, m Bertha Stump Feb 27 1893 Catherine Bush 70 y/o born Pennsylvania.
With this family keep in mind that Gilmer was created from Lewis in 1845 and Calhoun from Gilmer in 1856 as cited above. In fact, they probably lived in the same area throughout their marriage and the birth of their children. Barbour County was created in 1843 from Harrison, Randolph and Lewis Counties.
On the 1850 census cited above the children's last name is spelled Stumph, probably a transcription error.
↑ Population schedules of the Eighth Census of the United States, 1860, Roll 1340, Transcribed from National Archives Microcopy No. M653 by
Linda Cunningham Fluharty #679 U S Census Calhoun County, West Virginia, July 6 1870 http://www.wvgenweb.org/calhoun/60cen.htm
↑ Find a Grave, database and images, memorial page for Arena J. “Irene” Stump Vannoy (23 Sep 1863–25 Apr 1923), Find A Grave: Memorial #100902889, citing Sylvester Stump Cemetery, Calhoun County, West Virginia, USA ; Maintained by Rosa Nutt (contributor 47824688) .
↑ Find A Grave, database and images : accessed 27 July 2019, memorial page for John Stump (12 Mar 1866–13 Oct 1877), Find A Grave: Memorial #89359440 citing Michael Stump Cemetery, Stumptown, Gilmer County, West Virginia, USA ; Maintained by Norma Knotts Shaffer (contributor 47195355).
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Elizabeth by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Elizabeth: