George Stump, son of Michael III and Mary Magdaline Richards Stump, born 1797 was seven years old when his parents emigrated from Hampshire County to Lewis County, (became Gilmer/Calhoun Counties) (West) Virginia. He married Nancy "Sally" Bennett in 1834 which was the first marriage in Sherman District, Calhoun County, (West) Virginia. 
They were the parents of:
Katherine b 1834 Living with Elizabeth Johnson 1850 Gilmer County, (W)V, m Isaac Tucker Jun 15 1856 
Lydia b July 8 1834 m Jonathan Smith Feb 27 1851 
Mary Magdalene b 1835, Living with Henry and Mary Beall in 1850 Gilmer County, page 35b  (W)V m Elkanah Smith Nov 1 1860
Joseph b 1839 Living with Simon and Ruth Stump 1850 Gilmer County (W)V 
Levi b 1842 Living with D and Hannah Huffman 1850 in Gilmer County, (W)V 
George G b 1844 Living with Elizabeth Johnson 1850 Gilmer County, (W)V 
An interesting tale about George's wife may be found here. 
The children were orphaned before 1850 and the effort to find them is cited above--they went with kin. The only ones not found were Lydia but found a marriage record for her and Robert for whom no records-birth, death, marriage, where he lived in 1850-were found.
This person was created through the import of HOWE(1).ged on 08 April 2011. The following data was included in the gedcom.
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