Source: S007647 Title: Groves, Ray B. "Stumbo - Tree of Life - Our Roots". 1996 Repository: Call Number: Media: Book
Source: S047489 Title: Maris Genealogy Home Page; Gendex.com/user/Ray Maris/maris/maris Repository: Call Number: Media: Book
Note NI02949It is assumed that this is the Fred that was said to have established the first grist mill on Beaver Creek in Floyd County, Kentucky and owned an extensive merchantile business. He is reported to have devoted his entire fortune to the Confederate Government and lost it all. He was nearly 100 when he died. (108)
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Frederick by comparing test results with other
carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree:
Stumbo-846 and Stambach-75 appear to represent the same person because: This appears to be the same person except for spelling of the last name. Ray Graves who researched tis branch of the Stumbo family choose the "Stumbo" spelling and it is the way it is spelled in the 1850 KY census.
While I am not a member of this Stumbo branch I have considerable information including a digital copy of Graves book. Feel free to contact me either through wikitree or directly at DAStumbo@att.net.