STOVERS Stories

"WATCH FROM THE BATTLEFIELD"
2 Aug 1901

Dahlonega Nugget Newspaper

"J. (John) L. "Lumpkin" Stover", an old veteran who served several years
in the Confederate Amry, was in Dahlonega last Saturday. Mr. Stover was
a good and true soldier, one who was always found in the front rank,
having been shot seven times, once in the head. Some of the wounds crip-
pled him so that he can not get about without the use of a stick. Mr.
Stover brought to town last week and had fixed a watch which he picked
up at the battle of Wilderness thirty-eight years ago, which had been
running continuously ever since until right recently".

 

"Linda STOVER CURED"

Methodist Advocate & Mountain Signal
Sep 1870

"Mrs. Lydia Stover", of White County, was so afflicted with rheumatic
pains that she could not walk across the floor of her house, nor reach
her hands to her head. Three day use of the wather Cured her."
Refers to mineral water, Porter Springs in Lumpkin Co --Included in a
list or people who reported miraculous cures after using these mineral
waters.

(History of Lumpkin Co for the First Hundred Years 1832-1932, pg 365,by
Andres W. Cain, publ 1932)



Note: Both of the above are apart of my family and can be found in Abigails descendancy chart. This was a great find for my family information by Cousin Ruth Poole.



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I would love to post them.



Contributed by Cousin Ruth Poole from Alabama

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