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"The Descendents of Various "Other" Stahlman Lines"

I started out researching my ancestors and soon learned that there were other branches of "Stahlman's" who had no direct connection to my line, which I now call "The Pennsylvania Stahlman's" - the largest group. There were multiple immigrations to the US that, although there may be a connection in Germany, were not directly related after arriving in the US.

So I expanded my efforts to try and identify these various "Stahlman" lines, next setting up what I call "The Missouri Stahlman's - the second largest group. Next I moved into gathering  information on these other "Stahlman Lines",  that, again,  have no established links to the "Pennsylvania" or "Missouri Lines. These are mainly smaller groups of Stahlman lines, that I call "Tennessee Stahlman's", St. Louis Missouri Stahlman's" and "East New York State Stahlman's". There are also even smaller groups. This page contains the information and links I have gathered and created on the members  of these various different Stahlman Lines.

Please be sure to scroll down and try all the links to see all the I have compiled and posted so far on this page. If you have anything you would like to contribute, or have corrections or comments to make, please send email to me, Steve Stahlman, at: AnSS396Chevelle@aol.com

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Name

Spouse

T-01 Edward Bushrod Stahlman 1. Mary (Claiborne) Stahlman

2. Sarah (Shelton) Stahlman

T-02 Gloria (Drake) Stahlman Dr. Gray E. B. Stahlman
T-03 Lorna (Doon) Stahlman Dr. Gray E. B. Stahlman
T-04 Mary L. (Rust) Ellis Leroy J. Ellis, III
T-05 Emmaline (Rust) Henry Hugh F. Henry

Added July 14, 2012:

T-06 Mary (Stahlman) Douglas "Judge" Byrd Douglas III
T-07  "Judge" Byrd Douglas III Mary (Stahlman) Douglas

Added November 04,2012:

T-08 Mollie (Claibourne) Stahlman "Major" Edward Bushrod Stahlman

 

The East New York State Stahlman Line:

ENY-01 Erich Stahlman Blanca (?) Stahlman
ENY-02 Howard Stahlman Julie (?) Stahlman

The Saint Louis, Missouri Stahlman Line:

SLM -01 Fred Stahlman not noted

The Andrew and Theresa Stahlman Line - Andrew was born in Austria in 1888:

ASL -01 Maxine (Stahlman) Abbott James Abbott

Other Stahlman Lines:

OSL-01 Kathyrn (Stahlman) Brown none noted
The Tennessee Stahlman Line:

T-01 Edward Bushrod Stahlman from The Anniston Star, Anniston Alabama, Tuesday 08/12/1930

STAHLMAN DIES AT HOME AFTER LONG ILLNESS

Publisher of Nashville Banner and Political Leader Passes at Age of 86

NASHVILLE, Tenn. August 12 (U.P.)

Major Edward Bushrod Stahlman publisher of the Nashville Banner for 44 years, a political power in Tennessee for half a century and former railroad leader died early today at his country estate here.

Major Stahlman, who had been ill for 18 months, was 86 years old and his advanced age, combined with the serious nature of his long illness, prepared his family for his death.

A native of Mecklenberg-Streilitw, Germany, he was born September 2, 1843, the son of Frederick and Fredricka Lenge Stahlman. At the age of ten he came to America with his parents, settling in West Virginia. In 1861 the family moved to Parkersburg, where some of his relatives still reside.

During the Civil War, after a short period of residence in North Carolina he moved to Nashville. In 1885, he established the Nashville Banner. Many times, even up until last year, his virile pen had produced strong editorials on public problems.

Funeral services are to be held Wednesday at McKendree Methodist Church here. Only one edition of the Banner will be published that day to allow employees to attend the rites.

T-02 Gloria D. Stahlman from the Tennessean, Nashville, Tennessee

STAHLMAN, Gloria D., R.N. Age 83, died on June 22, 2009 in Nashville, TN. Mrs. Stahlman attended the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing and was part of the last class of Army Cadet Nurses in 1945. She worked at VUMC as the scrub nurse for then Chief of Neurosurgery, the late Dr. William Meacham. Her husband, Gray E.B. Stahlman, M.D., who died in 1969, was born and raised in Nashville, TN, attended Vanderbilt University and Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, and completed a Neurosurgery residency at Vanderbilt.

Mrs. Stahlman lived in Saratoga, CA from 1955 to 2008, when she returned to Nashville to be closer to family. She is survived by her son, Gray C. Stahlman M.D. and daughter-in-law, Mary DesChamps Stahlman of Nashville, TN; her daughter, Kimberly Stahlman Kearns and son-in-law, Michael Kearns of Philadelphia, PA; and two loving grandchildren, Kate and Gray Kearns.

Mrs. Stahlman's remains will be interred beside her husband in Saratoga, CA at a future date. In recognition of her fondness for all animals, in lieu of flowers, the family asks that any memorials on her behalf be directed to: The Nashville Humane Association (www.nashvillehumane.org).

T-03. Lorna D. Stahlman from the Salt Lake Tribune, January 22, 1966

Ogden – Mrs. Lorna Doon Stahlman, 43, Ogden, was found dead of natural causes Thursday at her home. Born August 5, 1922, Ogden, to Chester Henry and Juanita Yearsley Doon. Married to Dr. Gray Stahlman July 30, 1949, San Francisco. Divorced. Member LDS church.

Survivors: mother, Mrs. Juanita Schoss, Odgen; sister, Mrs. Leslie (Ailleen) Crowther, Odgen, Funeral Saturday 1 pm; Linderquist and Sons Colonial Chapel where friends call Saturday prior to services. Burial North Ogden Cemetery.

Lorna D. Stahlman from The Odgen Standard Examiner

Lorna D Stahlman – 43, of 3817 Grandview was found dead Thursday at her home of natural causes. Mrs. Stahlman was born Aug 5 1922 to Chester Henry and Juanita Yearsley Doon.

On July 30 1949 she was married to Dr Gray Stahlman in San Francisco. They were later divorced. Surviving are her mother Mrs. Juanita Schoss Ogden and one sister Mrs. Leslie Aileen Crowther, Ogden.

Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1 p.m in Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel with Bishop Leo. Friends may call at the mortuary tonight from 7 to 9 and Saturday prior to services. Burial will be in North Ogden Cemetery.

T-04 Mary Littell (Rust) Ellis

Mary Littell Rust Ellis, of Nashville. Age 81, Born Aug. 8, 1928 died June 29, 2010, at home, from complications related to A.L.S., (Lou Gehrig's Disease). She was one of four daughters of Littell J. Rust and Margaret Stahlman Rust. Preceded in death by her twin sister, Martha Carolyn Miles and sisters, Emmaline Henry and Margaret Ann Myers. She attended Peabody Demonstration School and graduated from Vanderbilt University where she was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa society and member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She received her Masters in education from George Peabody College and later taught in public schools in Columbia, S.C. and Ridgefield, N.J. before returning to Nashville where she taught at Woodmont, Woodbine, and McCann elementary schools. She was called "Mooie" by her friends and family and was a life long member of McKendree United Methodist Church where she enjoyed many close friendships. For many years she actively participated in the Circle Players.

She is survived by her husband of 58 years, Leroy J. Ellis, III, daughters Dorothy Ann Johnson, and husband Jim, of Mt. Juliet, TN., Mary Aline Dean, and husband Lawrence, of Navarre, FL., son Leroy Johnston (Johnny) Ellis, IV, and wife Lisa, of Old Hickory, TN. beloved grandchildren, Steven Dean, Phyllis Dean, Michael Dean, Johnston Ellis, V, Matthew Dean, and Laura Ellis. She is also survived by nieces and nephews, Hugh Henry, George Henry, Margaret Rati, Harold Henry, Roy A. Miles, III, Littell Rust Miles, John Randolph Miles, and Carolyn Miles Smith, Kate Ellis, Peter Ellis, Vivian Sorenson and Eugene Sorenson. The family extends its sincerest gratitude to all the care providers who have assisted them over the past 20 months. Visitation will be from 4:00 -7:00 Friday, July 2 at Woodlawn Roesch Patton Funeral Home, 660 Thompson Lane, Funeral service will be Saturday, July 3 at 11:00 at McKendree United Methodist Chirch, 523 Church Street with interment to follow at Woodlawn Memorial Park.

T-05 Emmaline (Rust) Henry from the Greencastle Banner-Graphic Monday, April 26, 2010

Emmaline Rust Henry, 89, of Carmel and formerly of Greencastle, died Friday, April 24, 2010 at St. Vincent Hospice in Indianapolis. She was born Feb. 5, 1921, in Nashville, Tenn., the daughter of Littell J. and Margaret Stahlman Rust. She graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1942 and was a homemaker.

She married Hugh F. Henry, Aug. 22, 1942 and he preceded her in death Jan. 28, 1996.

Emmaline was active in DAR and was instrumental in restoring the cabin at Robe-Ann Park, was a past president of PEO, member of the Greencastle Saddle Club, Civil War Round Table, Delta Gamma Alumni Association, PTA, was active in summer theatre, volunteered as a Pink Lady at Putnam County Hospital, was a member of the Republican Party and was a poll watcher for many years and was active in both Boy and Girl Scouts. Emmaline was secretary of the residence council at her retirement community in Carmel.

She is survived by her children, Hugh L. Henry and wife Jean of Ryland, Ky., Margaret H. Rati and husband Robert of Carmel, H. George Henry and wife Stephanie of Ellicott City, Md. and Harold W. Henry and wife Jeanne of Roswell, Ga.; 15 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and a sister, Mary Ellis of Nashville.

Funeral services will be held 2 p.m., Friday at Bittles and Hurt Funeral Home, Greencastle. Visitation will be held from 11 a.m. until time of service. Memorial contributions may be made to Good News, PO Box 150, Wilmore, KY 40390, online at www.goodnewsmag.org or by calling 800-487-7784
. Condolences for the family may sent to www.bittlesandhurt.com.

T-06. Mary Stahlman Douglas

Mary Stahlman Douglas (1895-1979) was a native of Nashville and a daughter of Edward C. and Mary Geddes Stahlman. She was a granddaughter of Major Edward Bushrod Stahlman, who acquired an interest in the Nashville Banner in 1886. She attended the Tarbox Elementary School and the former Fogg High School, and received her bachelor's degree in 1916 from Randolph-Macon Woman's College in Lynchburg, VA.

Her work career began at the Nashville Banner in 1916 as a reporter and drama critic until 1921, when she left the paper to become the Dean of the Yancey School of Journalism at Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee. In 1935, she returned to the newspaper and served as the Book Page Editor until her retirement in 1972. She was awarded the Constance Lindsay Skinner Award by the Women's National Book Association in 1978 for her contributions to the literary world.

She died of cervical cancer October 13, 1979 and is interred at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Nashville, Tennessee.

The Mary Stahlman Douglas papers consist of business and personal correspondence related to her work as the Book Page Editor for the Nashville Banner from 1935 to 1972. Mrs. Douglas had arranged the papers alphabetically into two groups. The first group is divided into book reviews, requests for reviews and related correspondence to her as the book editor of the Nashville Banner. The second group consists of personal correspondence related to books and book reviews. Since she had arranged the papers before they were donated to the Library and Archives, the original order has been preserved.

The Mary Stahlman Douglas papers (1934-1978) are centered around the career of Mary Stahlman Douglas, book editor for the Nashville Banner. The papers are a gift of Mary Byrd Douglas King, Cookeville, TN. The collection occupies .84 cubic feet of shelf space and number approximately 500 items. Single photocopies of unpublished writings in the Mary Stahlman Douglas Papers may be made for the purposes of scholarly research.

from www.tn.gov/tsla/history/manuscripts/findingaids/92-090.pdf

T-07. Judge Byrd Douglas from http://www.douglashistory.co.uk/history/byrddouglas.htm

Son of Byrd Douglas, Judge Byrd Douglas was born in Nashville on August 28, 1894, the son of Byrd and Adelaide Wharton Gains Douglas. His home in Nashville was located at 2019 Castleman Drive. Douglas authored two books, The Science of Baseball, published in 1921, and Steamboatin’ On The Cumberland, published in December of 1961, that sold 1300 copies its first day of sale.

Judge Douglas attended the Wallace University School, Vanderbilt University, Princeton University, and Cumberland University of Lebanon, Tennessee. He received a Bachelor of Literature degree at Princeton in 1916. At Princeton, he lettered in baseball as an All-American catcher, and coached the team for several seasons. In 1917 he completed his legal training at Cumberland University and earned his law degree. He later taught at Cumberland University, served on the Board of Trustees, and was Director of Athletics for 2 years. At Vanderbilt, he coached the baseball team, producing the championship team of 1920, and was a member of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity.

About 1920 Douglas married Mary Stahlman Douglas who was born in 1895 and died in 1979. She was the daughter of Edward C., and Mary Geddes Stahlman, and sister of James G. Stahlman, who had once owned the Nashville Banner newspaper. Mrs. Douglas was a graduate of Randolph-Macon Woman’s College in Lynchburg, Virginia, from which she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1916. In 1942 she was invited to be the alumnae speaker at her alma mater on the merit of being chosen Outstanding Alumnae in her field. Mrs. Douglas began her professional career with the Nashville Banner in 1916 as a drama critic and reporter, and later became Book Review Editor serving in that capacity from 1935-1972. In 1922 and 1923 she was Dean, as well as teacher, at the Yancy School of Journalism at Cumberland University. During the writing of Steamboatin’ On The Cumberland, she edited, proofread, and indexed the book for her husband.

During World War I Douglas volunteered in the first Officers Training School at Ft. Oglethorp, Georgia, serving until an injury forced him to leave military service. He joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation becoming Agent in Charge for the U. S. Department of Justice in Tampa, Florida. During World War II Douglas was active in organizing and training auxiliary units of the Coast Guard in Tennessee. In 1943 he was named Captain of Division 6, which comprised eight CGA flotillas in the Tennessee Valley area. Douglas was a licensed operator, owning a variety of boats, including towboats and barges, which he piloted along nearly every navigable mile of the Cumberland River. In 1930, he began practicing law with his brother Lee, until 1942 when he became Judge of the 2nd Circuit Court. In 1958 he was appointed Judge of the Circuit Court of Davidson County.

Douglas was an active civic and church leader. He was an ordained elder of the Downtown Presbyterian Church, and member of the Session, the governing body of the church. He was a Charter Member of the Nashville Chapter of the Propeller Club, a member of the Rivers & Harbors Congress, served as President of the Larry Gilbert Junior Baseball League, and served as director of the Red Cross, and the Boy’s Club. Judge Douglas died of a brain hemorrhage at his summer home, Hunters Point, in Wilson County, Tennessee, on August 11, 1965, after serving 21 years on the bench

Source: TSLA Vertical File, Newspaper obituary.

Byrd Douglas, Sr.

Byrd Douglas, Sr., as he is referred to in this collection, was born September 12, 1845, in Fayetteville, Tennessee, and died on December 3, 1911, in Nashville. Douglas, Sr. served in the Civil War, joining Baxter’s Battery, and participated in the Battle of Shiloh and during the Siege of Corinth. He was later assigned to Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest’s Command. In his professional life, Douglas, Sr. was a banker and grain dealer, and an active member and officer in the Nashville Grain Dealers Association.

T-08. Mollie Claibourne Stahlman (Thursday, January 6, 1916) Unknown Newspaper

Wife of Maj. Stahlman Of Banner Passes Away.

Nashville, Dec. 26. - After an illness extending over a period of eighteen months, Mrs. Mollie Claibourne Stahlman died this afternoon at the family residence, 118 Ninth Avenue, South. Throughout Sunday the approach of the end was apparent, and it came, finally, at 5:15 o'clock. She continued entirely conscious to the last. Besides her husband, Mrs. Stahlman is survived by one child, Frank Carl Stahlman. Her eldest son, E. C. Stahlman, met death by drowning on Aug. 29, 1904, and a young daughter, Mollie B., died in childhood a number of years before. She leaves five grandchildren: J. G., Miss Mary Claibourne, E. B., Jr., and Frank Carl Stahlman, Jr., the children of the late E. C. Stahlman, and Frances Carlisle, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carl Stahlman. She is survived also by one sister, Mrs. M. B. Toney. Nieces and nephews who constitute the remaining nearest kin are: Mrs. J. Hunter Orr, Mrs. W. D. Haggard of Nashville; Mrs. Louise O. Koiner of Waynesboro, Va.; Mr. William T. Olney of Burkeville, Va., Mrs. Henry Skeggs and Miss Marian Toney of this city.

The East New York State Stahlman Line:

ENY-01 Eric Adam Stahlman

Eric Adam Stahlman, 43, was at his desk on the 105th floor of the World Trade Center on the morning of September 11, 2001, when the terrorist attack forever changed the face of New York and the lives of so many. A highly valued employee of Cantor and Fitzgerald since June 2001, he was known among friends and coworkers as a man who helped all people in trouble, financially or morally. Those who attended his memorial service at Temple BethEL in Patchogue laughed through their tears as friends and family spoke of his kindness, his goodness, his sense of humor and his love of life.

Born in Patchogue, Eric Stahlman attended elementary and middle school in Patchogue, graduating from Patchogue-Medford High School in June of 1976. He then attended Brockport College in upstate New York. After two years, he left Brockport and got a job working on the Patchogue River at Hoppe's Marina. In the fall of 1978, Eric traveled to Bogotá, Columbia as a houseguest of Dr. Hoyos and his family. The Stahlman family earlier had hosted six of the Hoyos children in a Lions exchange program. Eric stayed in Columbia for two years, immersed in its culture and emerging bilingual.

Upon his return to the United States, Eric moved to Astoria, Queens and attended Baruch College in Manhattan. His bilingual expertise earned him a daytime job with an import/export firm, while he pursued his studies at night. Upon graduation, Eric was hired by Credit Swiss, a large investment and trading bank in the New York Financial District. In the following years, he worked for five different banks as a trader, mainly selling money to banks.

Eric and his wife Blanca, who was born in Ecuador, shared nine years together. They lived in Holmdel, New Jersey with their children, Allison, age 7, and Jacob, age 5. Eric retained his love for Patchogue and Fire Island and his roots in Patchogue's community. 

Eric Adam Stahlman leaves a legacy of love. All who came in contact with him remember him for his charity, his friendships and his support, as well as his irrepressible sense of humor.

ENY-02 Howard Stahlman  from Family-Placed Death Notice

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/atlanta/obituary.aspx?n=howard-stahlman&pid=130085575

Howard Stahlman, age 89 passed peacefully on Sunday, June 19, 2009 surrounded by his loving family. A decorated WWII veteran and retired businessman, Howard was a devoted husband to his wife Julie for almost 64 years and is also survived by his children, Peter and Lissie, grandchildren, Jessica and Benjamin and great grandson, Ryder, all of Atlanta. In addition, Howard is survived by his brother Phil and wife Rhoda of Atlanta, and brother Sam and wife Renee of Patchogue, NY and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.

A selfless man, Howard's only mission in life was to make his family happy and take care of those in need. In his earlier years, Howard was a regular donor at blood drives, and after retirement, he worked with special needs children and volunteered at Habitat for Humanity's Atlanta office. Sign online guestbook: www.edressler.com. Graveside services will be held on Wednesday, July 22 at 1:00 pm at Arlington Cemetery with Rabbi Analia Bortz officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Habitat for Humanity or a charity of your choice. Arrangements by Dressler's Jewish Funeral Care, 770-451-4999. Guest Book: www.edressler.com

The Saint Louis, Missouri Stahlman Line:

SLM-01 Fred Stahlman from The Ridgecrest Daily Independent

Longtime Ridgecrest resident Fred Stahlman passed away Friday, June 11, 2010. He was 73.

Fred was born April 28, 1937, in Newman. He graduated from Salinas High School and served eight years in the United States Marine Corps as a Corporal. He moved to Ridgecrest in 1970 and retired from a civil service position at NAWS China Lake.

Fred was a talented thespian, involved in many local theater productions, most recently with CLOTA and The China Lake Players. He was also involved with the Red Rock Canyon Gang doing old western re-enactments as “Col. Cal Worthless.” He was a man with a big heart and a great sense of humor, who was loved by many.

Fred enjoyed spending time with his two “adopted” grandchildren, Christian and Bradley.

He is survived by his son, Gregory Stahlman and wife, Michele of Diamond Springs; and brother Paul Stahlman and wife, Karen of Salinas. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

Arrangements provided by Holland & Lyons Mortuary, (760) 371-1376. Media information provided by the family.

The Andrew and Theresa Stahlman Line - Andrew was born in Austria in 1888:

ASL-01. Maxine (Stahlman) Abbott from The Mountain Home News, Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Maxine "Max" N. Abbott, 88, of Mountain Home, passed away and was reunited with her husband in Heaven, on Sunday, May 30, 2010. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, June 3, at Rost Funeral Home, McMurtrey Chapel with burial to follow at Mountain View Cemetery.

Max was born on Dec. 20, 1921, to Andrew and Theresa Stahlman in Sykesville, Penn.  Max met Jim at the wedding of her brother, Emory Stahlman, and Jim's sister, Helen Abbott. Max and Jim married Oct. 14, 1944, and moved to the family ranch in Hagerman. The city girl from Pennsylvania was at home right away.  She loved animals, the outdoors, hunting, fishing and all the things that ranch life offered. It was here that their two children, Nancy and Jimmy, were born.

After selling the ranch Jim, Max and family lived in Caldwell, Mountain Home and Montana before settling in Mountain Home in the late 1950s where they started Jim's Barn. Jim and Max operated Jimšs Barn until the early 1970s when they moved to the outskirts of Mountain Home and built Abbotts Trinity Mountain Kennels. There they boarded cats and dogs and trained dogs for field trial work. They did this until Jim passed away in 1992.

Max stayed on the property. She then became an avid bingo and Texas hold'em player. Max loved life and lived every moment with a zest. When Max was there you could count on fun and laughter and life being lived to its fullest. She was always involved with her family. She was the best mother, grandmother and great-grandmother anyone could ask for. She was always a true friend to all those who were lucky enough to be her family. Her smile and spirit lit up a room and touched your heart. She was always ready for the next adventure around the bend.

Max will be forever and deeply missed by her friends and family. Max is survived by her two children, Jim and his wife, Tilli Abbott, of Mountain Home, Nancy Webber of Packwood, Wash., her three grandchildren, Levi Abbott of Salt Lake City, Utah, Karlee and her husband, Wylee Aquiso, of Bruneau, Kate and her husband, Matt Morrell, of Gresham, Ore., and three great-grandchildren, Aden and Rocky Aquiso of Bruneau, and Mani Morrell of Gresham, Ore.

Max leaves us with a love of life, the joy of living it to its fullest and the true meaning of the word family. BINGO.

Other Stahlman Lines:

OSL-01 Kathyrn (Stahlman) Brown from The Washington Post from: 

http://legacy.com/WashingtonPost/DeathNotices.asp?Page=Notice&PersonID=106112831

BROWN KATHRYN STAHLMAN BROWN (Age 64) Originally of Silver Spring, MD, passed away March 16, 2008, in Tampa, FL. She is survived by her mother Helen Abbott Stahlman; her daughter, Kari Middleton; sons, Frank and Michael Grimaldi. She is also survived by her siblings, Ingrid Stahlman, Carl Stahlman and Claire Garretson. Services at Arlington National Cemetery, April 3, at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Lung Association.

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