Bio: Stamper, Mrs. (5 Jan. 1933)

Contact: Crystal Wendt

----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 5 Jan. 1933, Federal Census

Hospital News

Mrs. Stamper was called to Iron Mountain, Mich., Saturday by an illness of her son, Sollie. She returned Tuesday.

*Note: In 1931, Mrs. Naomi Stamper purchased the former residence of Judge James O’Neill at 4th and State Street and opened it as a hospital. She operated it as such for six years, recorded 813 operations (many major) as being undertaken during that time. Cash income for those six years, was about $50,000. After closing the hospital, she kept it open afternoons and evenings for X-rays, first aid and emergencies while she looked for a buyer.

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1920 Federal Census, Langlade, Wisconsin

Naomi C Stamper, age: 44, (1876), female
birthplace: Kentucky
race: White
marital status: Married
father's birthplace: North Carolina
mother's birthplace: Kentucky

Household Members
self George M Stamper M 46y Kentucky
wife Neoma C Stamper F 44y Kentucky
daughter: Elizabeth Stamper F 23y Kentucky
son Ernest N Stamper M 21y Wisconsin
son Soly K Stamper M 17y Wisconsin
son Samuel P Stamper M 12y Wisconsin
daughter: Ruth M Stamper F 8y Wisconsin

1930 Federal Census, Iron Mountain, Dickinson, Michigan

Solly Stamper, Male, age: 28
marital status: Married
race: White
birthplace: Wisconsin
estimated birth year: 1902
relationship to head of household: Son-in-law
father's birthplace: Wisconsin
mother's birthplace: United States
enumeration district number: 0008
family number: 259
sheet number and letter: 11B
line number: 94

Household Members
head John Rodda M 62 Michigan
son Alvin Rodda M 24 Michigan
daughter Glendore Stamper F 28 Michigan
son-in-law Solly Stamper M 28 Wisconsin
granddaughter Clementine Lashley F 7 Michigan

 

 


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