For leaves and stalks, see Stover
"Stover" is also a family name of German origin that is common in some parts of the eastern United States. Its relationship to the origin of the agricultural term is unclear.
Spelling variations of Stover are Stober, Stauffer, Staufer, Staufert, Stouffer.
Stover as a name:
- Dan Stover (born 1951), U.S. public educator, who ran as a Democrat
- Charles Bunstein Stover (1861–1929), Parks Commissioner for New York City
- David Stover (born 1979), former NASCAR driver
- Ida Elizabeth Stover (1862–1946), lifelong pacifist, mother of U.S. President Dwight David Eisenhower.
- Jeff Stover, defensive lineman for the San Francisco 49ers
- Leon Stover (1929–2006), anthropologist, Sinologist, and writer
- Matt Stover (born 1968), NFL kicker, formerly with the Baltimore Ravens and Indianapolis Colts
- Matthew Stover (born 1962), U.S. fantasy novelist
Stover in fiction:
- Hotel Mamie Stover, 1963 novel by William Bradford Huie
- The Revolt of Mamie Stover, 1951 novel by William Bradford Huie
- Smokey Stover, comic strip by Bill Holman
- Stover at Yale, 1912 novel by Owen Johnson
Other uses of Stover:
- Ralph Stover State Park, Pennsylvania State Park in Bucks County
- Russell Stover Candies, U.S. supplier of boxed candy
- Stover, Missouri, city in Morgan County
- Stover, West Virginia
- Stover-Myers Mill, a historic mill in Bucks County, Pennsylvania
- Stover Canal, a canal built for the ball clay industry in Devon, England.
- Stover, Teigngrace, an historic estate in Devon, England
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