Oscar & Catherine Stover Family Tree


Father: Charles Robert Stover (1884-1962)

Born: Centralia, Illinois. Married Addie Mae Wood (April 14, 1912)

Blacksmith. Ozark Smelter and Mining Company, Coffeyville, Kansas.

Member: First Christian Church (Coffeyville, KS)

Three sons (Hubert, Harold and Oscar)

Interned: Fairview Cemetery (Coffeyville, KS)


Grandmother Maternal: Mary E. Stover (c. 1863-????)



Grandfather Paternal: Charles Edward Stover (1858-1945)

Born: Centralia, Illinois

Siblings: (Centralia, Illinois)

  1.  John William Stover (1841-1861)
  2. Andrew T. Stover (1844-1909)
  3. Martha A. Stover (1844-1884)
  4. Isaac Levi Stover (1846-1925)
  5. Joseph P. Stover (1849-1929)
  6. Mary Ellen Stover (1851-1860)
  7. George W. Stover (1853-1926)
  8. Larina E. Stover (1855-1872)
  9. Sarah V. Stover (1861-1861)
  10. Catherine E Stover (1863-1863)


Oscar & Catherine, 1947, Pittsburg Homecoming

Pete & Jean Wedding, 1949

Catherine Cooper Stover as a child


Mother: Addie Mae Wood Stover (1890-1976)

Born: Neutral, Kansas.

Moved to Coffeyville in 1896. Also attended schools in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Activities: First Christian Church, VFW Post No. 1002 Auxiliary, Loyal Daughters Sunday School Class

Interned: Fairview Cemetery


Grandmother Maternal: Dora Haiselden Wood (1868-1954)

Born: Buda, Illinois. Married Oscar Wood June 2, 1886

Son: Floyd S. Wood. Sisters: Addie, Birdie,


Grandfather Maternal: Oscar Wood (1862-1923)

Died in Coffeyville, Kansas


Family Portrait circa 1920

Back row: Charles and Addie

Front row: Hubert and Oscar

1947 Family Portrait

Back: Oscar & Catherine, Hubert "Pete" & Jean, Harold "Smokey"

Front: Addie & Charles

The Coopers at a family gathering, circa 1949

"Smokey" gets a spot in a movie with Louis Armstrong! Smokey is a nickname that stuck from childhood, a comic strip character from youth.

circa 1936