Johan Anderson från Strängnäs
Stålkofta (1646 -Swedish)
Staulcop (1656-Dutch)
Stalcop, Stallcop (1664- Eng)
Stallcup (1838-Am)
Stalcup (1890-Am)
Larry Spencer Stallcup

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bullet 11    The Descendants of Lucius Harvey
        Stallcup (A-G)
bullet 12    The Descendants of Coleman Hill &
        Charlie Stallcup
bullet 12    Generations Twelve & Thirteen






Freida Stallcup

Maude Shepard Stallcup was born November 26, 1907 in Swain County, NC. At age 99 and 10 months she grew tired of the limitations of this life and boarded the train to Glory, September 25, 2007. She was met by her parents, many brothers and sisters, husband Frank Stallcup, daughters Frankie and Janice Martin, and long time companion Clyde Mashburn.

Maude lived through two World Wars, the Great Depression, recessions, and both good and bad times. She had an absolute and unwavering faith in her God, her country, her home, and the power of three good meals per day.

She was a long time member of the Arlington Baptist Church, Bryson City, NC and an active member of the ladies auxiliary of the Bryson City VFW Post 9281.

Maude was proud, tough, tirelessly energetic, hard working and stubborn to a fault. In 1928 she taught herself to drive a Model A Ford, and well into her nineties she still enjoyed driving, always fast. She always wanted to do the right thing. She was well known as an excellent quilter, cook, and gardener. She grew most of her own food until nearly the end of her life. The very soul of hospitality; there was always a place at her table. As a survivor of hard times, she was constantly in a state of preparation for the next inevitable downturn of life’s fortunes.

She is remembered by her daughters, Juanitta Baldwin and Mary Jane Joyner, granddaughter Linda Bregant, grandsons Richard and Keith Martin, great grandson Austin Gray, niece and nephew Freida and Spencer Stallcup, as well as innumerable relatives and friends. She was related to the greater portion of Swain County as either kith or kin.

She was laid to rest in quiet dignity at Arlington cemetery, in a graveside service September 27, 2007. In memory of her life the family asks that those who will miss her perform one kind or charitable deed in honor of a long simple life, well lived.





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