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Sarah (Sutton) Stump (1836 - aft. 1919)

Sarah "Sally, Sallie" Stump formerly Sutton
Born in Braxton County, (West) Virginiamap
Ancestors ancestors
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married 1 Jan 1861 (to 9 Jan 1919) in Braxton, Virginia, United Statesmap
Descendants descendants
Died after at about age 82 in Gilmer County, West Virginiamap
Profile last modified | Created 4 Dec 2008 | Last significant change: 27 Apr 2022
21:16: S Stevenson added Mollie (Stump) Duffield (1871-1944) as child of Sarah (Sutton) Stump (1836-aft.1919). [Thank S for this]
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Sarah "Sally" Sutton, daughter Felix and Susan Skidmore Sutton, was born October 2 1836 and died January 5 1919.[1] She married Bailey Stump January 1 1861.[2][3]

Bailey and Sarah "Sally" Sutton Stump were the parents of:[4][5]

  1. Rev John S b Dec 4 1861, d Jul 28 1936, m Lillie Birdwell (Budwell)
  2. Susan b 1861
  3. Gideon Draper b 1866, m Maggie King Sep 6 1892 officiated by Rev John S Stump, his brother, near Roane County, WV.[6]
  4. Lurie (Laura) b 1868
  5. Molly b 1872.

Research Note

The marriage record says that she was 24 y/o and born 1837 which supports the findagrave citation. In 1919 there was a terrible flu epidemic and many deaths are not recorded. Her husband's death record supports her death was before Feb 1936, the date of his death and statement on the record he was widowed. The 1920 census establishes she had died before that year with Bailey, their daughter Mollie , Mollie's daughter were living in Wood County, West Virginia with John S, Lillie Stump and son.[7] She was alive in 1910 living with Bailey in Gilmer County, West Virginia May 10 1910.[8]


  1. Created by: Jennifer Selfridge Added: 6 Jun 2005, Find A Grave Memorial 11097486
  2. West Virginia Marriages 1780-1970
  3. Sutton, John Davison. History of Braxton County and Central West Virginia. Sutton, West Virginia:1919. Pages 422, 427.
  4. United States Census, 1870 West Virginia Gilmer Center
  5. United States Census, 1880 West Virginia Gilmer Center ED 141
  6. WVVR
  7. United States Census, 1920 West Virginia Wood Parkersburg Ward 7 ED 177
  8. United States Census, 1910 West Virginia Gilmer Center ED 36


  • This person was created on 08 April 2011 through the import of HOWE(1).ged.

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