Be sure to visit my friends!
My name is Norma Stamp.
I am the family genealogy researcher. I currently have lots of irons in the fire working on
various branches of my family tree as well as a few other projects. I have even begun to
delve into using my DNA as a tool.
I began my own quest by looking for the stories after hearing one about an ancestor living
in a hollow tree while their cabin was being built. I encourage you to talk to any still-living
relatives to get their recollections. They make an invaluable addition to your family history.
They can also provide some leads and probably have photographs in the closet that you
never knew existed!
I have spent a lot of time on my own family trees acquired a great deal of research
experience with records in the United States often using little known resources with great
success. I am very good at digging for information. I use resources not only from
Ancestry.com but from a variety of sources such as state archives and census records.
My personal family history for the McClure and Reece families, can be reached through the
navigation bars on the left or by clicking here. It is most definitely a work in progress. The
Reece portion is not quite done.
I had previously published a printed version of the McClure material. Unfortunately,
Cafepress no longer prints books and I have had to change publishers. To get your own
printed version of this website click the BUY NOW button below.
America’s Journal! I also just ordered your book. I’m so excited to get it! Thank you for sharing your
enormous research and compiling it into a logical progression of content. Your website is the site to go to for:
· stories and pictures of ancestors
· maps and pictures of where our family lived and owned properties
· documentation verifying information found and supporting family stories
· history/civil war/military information for how our family was involved in shaping the U.S.
· wealth of information for children’s school reports
· providing the groundwork for future genealogists
You were thoughtful in your presentation of each ancestor and gave personal insight into what the documents
could mean to interconnect families in other ways than marriage and blood i.e. Henry and America’s fathers
fighting in the same battle at Perryville, Kentucky.
Thank you for a well done job!