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Jemima (Stump) Norman (1804 - 1841)

Jemima Norman formerly Stump
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Jemima Stump, a daughter of Michael Stump III (4 Feb 1766-27 Mar 1834) and Magdalene Richards (7 Oct 1768-11 Jun 1832) Stump, was born January 18, 1804 in Gilmer Co. WV and died December 25, 1841 in Normantown, Gilmer County, West Virginia. Jemina or Jemima STUMP was the first wife Of Seymore Norman Sr.(12 Dec 1812-2 jul 1880) Seamore, a son of James Norman Sr. (19 May 1776-aft 10 Jun 1852) and Mary (Nedley)(19 May 1776-aft 12 Dec 1812). Jemina Stump and Seamore Norman had one son: Simon Norman, born 1836 in West Virginia. [ Information credit for Simon Norman to: Kansas Gillenwaters, rootsweb: Contact: Connie Tierney -2002.] CREDIT:Submitter: Lois Chadwell Cruz USGENWEB: URL: JEMIMA NORMAN BORN JAN. 18, 1804 DIED DEC. 25, 1841 [italics]She welcomed death not only as a release from bodily suffer- ing, but as the fruition of her hopes of eternal happiness [on pedestal]

Norman, was born Dec 12, 1812 in Randolph County VA (WV).

Children of Seamore and Jemima (Stump) Norman. (1). Simon b.c. 1836

Family links: Spouse: Seamore Norman (1812 - 1880)

Burial: Normantown Cemetery Normantown Gilmer County West Virginia, USA


Date: 18 JAN 1804


Memorial ID 77486057

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