John Stout1
DESCENDANTS OF JOHN STOUT

1.JOHN STOUT
    According to Burton Joyce Parish records in Nottinghamshire, England, John Stout married Elizabeth Bee or Gee there November 13, 1609.  John was probably born between 1570 and 1580.  There is no record of John and Elizabeth's deaths.

Children of John and Elizabeth (Bee or Gee) Stout.
  2.  (1). Richard                 b.       1615   d.        1705
         m.Penelope (Kent) Van Princin

2.RICHARD STOUT
    Richard Stout, a son of John and Elizabeth (Bee or Gee) Stout, was born in Nottinghamshire, England about 1715.  He joined the British Navy and was discharged at New Amsterdam, now New York, about 1640.    Richard was one of thirty nine people who founded a settlement at Graves End, Long Island, in 1644.  That year, he married Penelope (Kent) Van Princin.
    Penelope Kent was probably born 1622 in England.  Her father is believed to have been a Puritan Baptist Separatist who was banished from his church and who fled to Holland with his family.  Penelope married a man named Van Princin in Amsterdam. In 1640, Penelope and her husband took ship with a group of emigrants to America.
    The ship was wrecked at Sandy Hook, New Jersey.  Many of the passengers traveled overland to New Amsterdam, but Penelope husband was ill and could not travel, so they remained near the wreck site. The little encampment was attacked by Indians, who killed Penelope's husband and left her for dead with a fractured skull, a hacked shoulder and a gash in her body that allowed her intestines to protrude.  Penelope survived alone for several days until two Indian men came by.
    The older of the two carried her to his village and sewed up her wounds with a fish bone needle and vegetable fibers.  Penelope recovered and lived with the Indians, doing squaw's work and sharing their life.    In 1644, a group of white men came to the Indian village and offered to buy the white woman that they had heard of.
      Penelope's captor asked if she wished to go with the whites and was permitted to do so.    In 1664, an Indian came warn Penelope of a planned Indian attack on the settlement of Grave's end.  The Indians did attack and the forewarned settlers were able to defend themselves and put the Indians to flight.  Richard Stout walked into the open and demanded a parley.
    After a conference, the whites and Indians agreed to a truce and a two day ceremonial to celebrate the treaty.  The white agreed to buy the lands they had settled on and were never attacked again.  The date of purchase from the Indians was January 25, 1664.
    In 1668, Richard and his family joined with others in forming the first Baptist Church of New Jersey.    Richard's will was approved in October 1705 and is on file in the office of the Secretary of State at Trenton, New Jersey. Penelope died in 1732.

Children of Richard and Penelope (Kent) [Van Princin] Stout.
  3.  (1). John                    b.       1645
         m.Elizabeth Crawford
  4.  (2). Richard                 b.       1646
         m.Elizabeth Traux
  5.  (3). Mary                   b.       1650
         m.James Bowne
  6.  (4). Alice Deliverance       b.       1652
         m.John Throckmorton  1668
  7.  (5). Peter                  b.       1654   d.        1703
         m.Mary Bullen
  8.  (6). Sarah                   b.       1656
         m.John Pike  Feb 2 1675
  9.  (7). Jonathan                b.       1660   d.        1723
         m.Anne Bullen
 10.  (8). David                   b.       1667   d.        1734
         m.Rebecca Ashton  1672
 11.  (9). Benjain                b.       1669   d.        1704
         m.Mary Leonard
         m.Agnes Traux

9.JONATHAN STOUT
    Jonathan Stout, a son of Richard and Penelope (Kent) [Van Princin] Stout, was born in Middletown, New Jersey in 1660 and died in 1723.  He married Anne Bollen in New Jersey August 27, 1685.

Children of Jonathan and Anne (Bollen) Stout.
 12.  (1). Joseph                  b.Oct 25 1686   d.Oct 22  1767
         m. Ruth Greenland
 13.  (2). Sarah                   b.       1689   d.       1689
 14.  (3). Benjamin                b.Dec 14 1691
         m.Hannah Bonham
 15.  (4). Hannah                  b.       1694   d.       1779
 16.  (5). Zebulon                 b.       1699   d.       1788
 17.  (6). Jonathan                b.       1701   d.       1768
 18.  (7). Anne                    b.       1704   d.       1780
 19.  (8). David                   b.       1706
 20.  (9). Samuel                  b.       1709

10.DAVID STOUT
    David Stout, a son of Richard and Penelope (Kent) [Van Princin] Stout, was born at Middletown, New Jersey in 1667 and died in Hunterdon County NJ in 1706.  Hemarried Rebecca Ashton in 1688.  Rebecca was born in 1672.

Children of David and Rebecca (Ashton) Stout.
 21.  (1). Sarah
 22.  (2).?
 23.  (3). Joseph
         m.Mary Ashland
         m.Martha Reeder
 24.  (4). David
 25.  (5). James                   b.       1694   d.        1727
         m.Catharine Simpson 1712
 26.  (6). Deliverance
 27.  (7). Benjamin

12.JOSEPH STOUT
   Joseph Stout, a son of Jonathan and Ann (Bollen) Stout, was born in Middletown, NJ October 25, 1686 and died October 22, 1767.  He married Ruth Brinson or Ruth Greenland

Children of Joseph and Ruth (Brinson) Stout.
 28.  (1). John
 29.  (2). Joseph
 30.  (3). Jonathn
 31.  (4). Rachel
 32.  (5). Anne
 33.  (6). James
         m. Mary Ann Codd Feb 21 1731
 34.  (7). Mary
 35.  (8). Ruth

14.BENJAMIN STOUT
    Benjamin Stout, a son of Jonathan and Anne (Bollen) Stout, was born at Middletown, New Jersey in 1691.  He married Hannah Bonham.  Hannah, a descendant of Samuel Fuller, the 21st signer of the Mayflower Compact, was born in 1695.

Children of Benjamin and Hannah (Bonham) Stout.
 36.  (1). Jonathan                b.       1715   d.        1811
         m.Hannah Jewel 1750
 37.  (2). Hezekiah
 38.  (3). Benjamin                b.       1736   d.        1788
         m.Rebecca Doolhagen
         m.Martha Schenk
 39.  (4). Nathaniel
 40.  (5). Ezekiel                 b.              d.        1795
         m.Sarah Drake
 41.  (6). Hosea
 42.  (7). Mary
 43.  (8). Hannah
 44.  (9). Sarah

19.DAVID STOUT
    David Stout, a son of Jonathan and Anne (Bollen) Stout, was born in NJ in 1706.   His wife is unknown.

Known children of David Stout.
 45.  (1). Andrew                  b.       1728

23.JOSEPH STOUT
    Joseph Stout, a son of David and Rebecca (Ashton) Stout, first married Mary Island.They had one child and Mary died. Joseph then married Martha Reeder.  Three sons, Abner, Job and Joseph, first appear in Harrison County, VA records in 1790.

Known children of Joseph and Martha (Reeder) Stout.
 46.  (1). Abner
         m.Levina Stout
 47.  (2). Job
 48.  (3). Joseph
 49.  (4). Benjamin

25.JAMES STOUT
    James Stout, a son of David and Rebecca (Ashton) Stout, was born in Middletown New Jersey in 1694 and died in 1727.  He married Catharine Simpson in 1712.

Children of James and Catharine (Simpson) Stout.
 50.  (1). John
         m.Rachel Merrill
         m.Rachel ------
 51.  (2). James                   b.       1715   d.        1754
         m.Jemima Howell Reeder  1740
 52.  (3). Joseph
 53.  (4). David
 54.  (5). Jacob
 55.  (6). Jonathan
 56.  (7). Rebecca

33.JAMES STOUT
    James Stout, a son of Joseph and Ruth (Brinson) Stout, married Mary Ann Codd at St. Paul's Parish in Kent County MD February 21, 1731.  Mary was a daughter of St. Ledger and Mary (Hanson) Codd of Maryland.

Children of James and Mary Ann (Codd) Stout.
 57.  (1). St. Ledger Codd
         m.Susannah -----
 58.  (2). Hezekiah
 59.  (3). David

36.JONATHAN STOUT
    Jonathan Stout, a son of Benjamin and Hannah (Bonham) Stout, was born in Middletown, New Jersey in 1715 and died in Harrison County VA (WV) 1811.  He married Hannah Jewel in 1750 and the family moved to Western Virginia in 1772Hannah was born in 1725 and died in 1805.

Children of Jonathan and Hannah (Jewel) Stout.
 60.  (1). Bonham
         m. Sarah Finley  Mar 24 1785
         m. Ann Sair  Apr 11 1805
 61.  (2). Amos                             d.     1849
         m. Rachel Patton  Mar 20 1788
 62.  (3). Priscilla
         m. John Murphy 1800
 63.  (4). Thomas                  b.       1751   d.        1837
         m. Margaret Phillips
         m. Mary Stewart
 64.  (5). Sarah
         m.John Pitcher 1792
 65.  (6). Charity
 66.  (7). Daniel                                  d.       1811
         m. Elizabeth
 67.  (8). Levina
         m.Abner Stout

38.BENJAMIN STOUT
    Benjamin Stout, a son of Benjamin and Hannah (Bonham) Stout, was born in  Middletown, New Jersey in 1736 and died in 1788.  He married Rebecca Doolhagen. Rebecca was born in HJ about 1740 and died about 1770.  Benjamin married Martha Schenk in Burlington County NJ September 17, 1772. Martha was born in Hunterdon
County NJ about 17540 and died about 1800.

Children of Benjamin and Rebecca (Doolhagen) Stout.
 68.  (1). Andrew Bray             b.c.     1760
 69.  (2). Hezekiah                b.c.     1764   d.       1858
         m. Mary Powers Oct 29 1789
 70.  (3). Samuel                  b.c.     1762

Children of Benjamin and Martha (Schenk) Stout.
 71.  (1). Benjamin                b.       1774
 72.  (2). Catharine
         m. Daniel Stout
 73.  (3). Rachel
 74.  (4). Nathaniel
 75.  (5). Sarah
 76.  (6). Mary Ann
         m. Hezekiah Stout

40.EZEKIEL STOUT
    Ezekiel Stout, a son of Benjamin and Hannah (Bonham) Stout, was born in Middletown, New Jersey about 1740 and died in Harrison County VA (WV) in 1795. He married Sarah Drake in NJ. Sarah was bor about 1740 and died in Harrison County about 1800. The family moved to Harrison County in 1787.

Children of Ezekiel and Sarah (Drake) Stout.
 77.  (1). Mary
         m.Lemuel Wilsinson Jan 12 1825
 78.  (2). Hannah                  b.Nov  9 1765  d.        1846
         m. William Powers  May 27 1788
 79.  (3). Sarah                   b.       1769
         m.John Powers  Aapr 23 1789
 80.  (4). Charity                 b.       1773   d.        1862
         m.Nathaniel Wilkinson 1790
         m.James Maze
 81.  (5). Daniel                                  d.        1808
         m.Catharine Stout
 82.  (6). Benjamin                b.Apr 14 1777   d.
         m.Sarah Wilkinson  1798
 83.  (7). Hezekiah                b.Apr 14 1777   d.        1854
         m. Mary Stout Mar 21 1791
 84.  (8). Prudence                b.       1808
         m. Abraham Van Horn

45.ANDREW STOUT
    Andrew Stout, a son of David Stout, was born in NJ in 1728. His wife is unknown.

Known children of David Stout.
 85.  (1). Andrew                  b.       1868

50.JOHN STOUT

    John Stout, a son of James and Catharine (Simpson) Stout, was born about 1713,probably in Middletown, New Jersey.  He married Rachel Merrill.  His second wife was Rachel ------.

Children of John Stout.
 86.  (1). Abraham
 87.  (2). Amos
 88.  (3). Aaron
 89.  (4). William
 90.  (5). Nathan
 91.  (6). Moses                   b.       1751   d.        1833
         m.Abagail Hart Mar 17 1773
 92.  (7). Levi
 93.  (8). Catharine
 94.  (9). Ann
 95. (10). Rachel

51.JAMES STOUT
    James Stout, a son James and Catharine (Simpson) Stout, was born in 1754, probably in Middletown, New Jersey and died in 1754.  He married Jemima Howell Reeder in 1740.

Children of James and Jemima Howell (Reeder) Stout.
 96.  (1). Abel                    b.       1740   d.        1797
         m.Willampe Dorset Wycoff  1767
         m.Elizabeth Armstrong
 97.  (2). Caleb                   b.       1742   d.        1838
         m.Elizabeth La Baw 1764
 98.  (3). James
 99.  (4). Amy
100.  (5). Mary
101.  (6). Elinor

57.ST. LEDGER CODD STOUT
    St. Ledger Codd Stout, a son of James and Mary Ann (Codd) Stout,  was born about  1735 and died in Amwell, NJ February 10, 1767. He married Susannah Simpson. Susannah died in Amwell, NJ in 1770.

Children of St. Ledger Codd and Susannah (Simpson) Stout.
102.  (1). St. Ledger              b.       1755   d.        1806
         m. Anna Barcalo  1794
103.  (2). Nancy Ann               b.       1756   d.        1844
         m.Edward Hart
104.  (3). John
105.  (4). James
106.  (5). Joseph

60.BONHAM STOUT
    Bonham Stout, a son of Jonathan and Hannah (Jewel) Stout, served in the War of 1812.  He married Sarah Finley in Harrison County VA (WV) March 24, 1785.  Sarah apparently died and Bonham married Ann Sair in Harrison County April 11, 1805. Sometime after his second marriage, the family moved to Missouri.

Children of Bonham and Ann (Sair) Stout.
107.  (1). Thomas
108.  (2). Isaac "Jesse"

61.AMOS STOUT
    Amos Stout, a son of Jonathan and Hannah (Jewel) Stout, died in 1849.  He married Rachel Patton in Harrison County, VA (WV) March 20, 1788.  His will is dated June 28, 1844.

Children of Amos and Rachel (Patton) Stout.
109.  (1). Aaron
110.  (2). Andrew                  b.       1799   d.        1867
111.  (3). Rebecca                 b.       1800
112.  (4). Ruth                    b.       1805
113.  (5). Jonathan                b.       1806
         m. Sarah Eleanor Hall
114.  (6). Amelia
         m. Benjamin Powers Nov 28 1825
115.  (7). Priscilla
116.  (8). Hannah
117.  (9). Sarah
         m. John Pitcher  1832
118. (10). Lucinda
         m. Samuel Sheets
119. (11). Lucina

63.THOMAS STOUT

    Thomas Stout, a son of Jonathan and Hannah (Jewel) Stout, was born in Hunterdon County NJ in 1751 and died in Harrison County VA (WV) in 1837.  He first married Margaret Phillips.  Margaret was born in NJ in 1761 and died in
Harrison County in 1803. Thomas married Mary Stewart in 1804.  Mary was born in 1769.    Thomas served the Colonies in the American Revolution.  In a  payroll for CaptainWilliam Lowther's company who participated in Lord Dunmore's Ohio expedition in1774, Thomas is credithed with 78 days service.    Unfortunately, we do not know which of Thomas' children was by which wife and have made an arbitrary selection based on the known age of the oldest child.

Children of Thomas and Margaret (Phillips) Stout.
120.  (1). Benjamin                b.       1788   d.        1837
         m.Lovey Reynolds 1813
121.  (2). Jenny
122.  (3). Katherine
123.  (4). Thomas
124.  (5). George S.               b.       1805   d.        1867
         m. Mildred Corbin  1831
125.  (6). Margaret "Lovey"        b.       1807   d.        1893
         m.Lovell Corbin
126.  (7). Isaac                   b.       1808
         m.Hannah Lambert
127.  (8). Sally
         m. Stephen McBride
128.  (9). Hannah

Children of Thomas and Mary (Stewart) Stout.
129.  (1). Stephen
130.  (2). Bonham
131.  (3). Polly

69.HEZEKIAH STOUT
    Hezekiah Stout, a son of Benjamin and Rebecca (Doolhagen) Stout, was born in Middletown, NJ in 1762 and died in Harrison County VA (WV) in 1848. He moved to Harrison County sometime before his marriage to Mary Powers in that County on October 29, 1789.  Mary was probably a daughter of John and Prudence Powers. Hezekiah married Margaret McCally in Harrison County August 4, 1801.     In a payroll of Captain William Lowther's Company, who  accompanied Lord Dunsmore in his Ohio expedition in 1774,  Hezekiah is credited with 132 days service.

Children of Hezekiah and Mary (Powers) Stout.
132.  (1). Hezekiah Jr.            b.       1789   d.Jan 10  1859
         m.Mary Ann Wolfe  Apr 2 1807
         m.Sarah Cline
         m.Mary Alexander
         m.Mary (Henley) [Wilson] Brannon Nov 18 1847
133.  (2). Samuel
         m. Elizabeth Stump
134.  (3). Daniel
135.  (4). Thomas B.               b.       1792   d.        1849
         m. Elizabeth Marshall
         m. Margaret Stuart
136.  (5). John

78.HANNAH STOUT
    Hannah Stout, a daughter of Ezekiel and Sarah (Drake) Stout, was born in Hunterdon County NJ November 9, 1765 and died in Lewis County VA (WV) in 1846. She married William Powers in Harrison County VA (WV) March 27, 1788.  William, a son of John and Prudence Powers, was born in Frederick County VA November 9, 1765 and died in Lewis County June 6, 1856.    William served the Colonies in the American Revolution.

Children of William and Hannah (Stout) Powers.
137.  (1). Thomas                  b.c.     1789
         m.Amelia Katherine Hart
138.  (2). John                    b.c.     1791
         m.Priscilla Chevront Sep 23 1816
139.  (3). Margaret
         m.Eli Van Horn
140.  (4). Ezekiel
141.  (5). Sarah                   b.c.     1796
         m.Abel Bond Jr.
142.  (6). Prudence                b.c.     1800
         m.Richard Bond  1813
143.  (7). Benjamin
         m.Amelia Stout  Nov 28 1825
144.  (8). William D.              b.       1808
         m. Charity Paxton
         m.Mary Lightburn

      79.SARAH STOUT
    Sarah Stout, a daughter of Ezekiel and Sarah (Drake) Stout, was born in Hunterdon County NJ in 1769.  She married John Powers in Harrison County VA (WV) April 23, 1789.  John, a son of John and Prudence Powers, was born in Frederick County VA about 1765.

Known children of John and Sarah (Stout) Powers.
145.  (1). Prudence
         m.Isaac Hagle

80.CHARITY STOUT
    Charity Stout, a daughter of Ezekiel and Sarah (Drake) Stout, was born in 1773 and  died in Indiana in 1862.  She married Nathan Wilkerson in Harrison County, VA (WV) in 1790.

Children of Nathan and Charity (Stout) Wilkerson.
146.  (1). Daniel
         m. Mary Dickinson
147.  (2). Lemuel

81.DANIEL STOUT
    Daniel Stout, a son of Ezekiel and Sarah (Drake) Stout, died before 1808.  He married Catharine Stout.  Catharine Stout was a daughter of Benjamin and Martha (Schenk) Stout.

Known children of Daniel and Catharine (Stout) Stout.
148.  (1). Daniel
149.  (2). Hezekiah                b.       1805
         m. Delilah Greathouse 1822

82.BENJAMIN STOUT
    Benjamin Stout, a son of Ezekiel and Sarah (Drake) Stout, was born April 14, 1777. He married Sarah Wilkinson in 1798.

Children of Benjamin and Sarah (Wilkinson) Stout.
150.  (1). Elias B.                b.Aug 16 1799   d.Mar 31 1881
         m.Martha "Patsy" Hathorne Mar 8 1822
151.  (2). John Wilkinson
152.  (3). Ezekiel                 b.
153.  (4). William
154.  (5). Benjamin
155.  (6). Sarah

83.HEZEKIAH STOUT
    Hezekiah Stout, a son of Ezekiel and Sarah (Drake) Stout, was born April 14, 1777 and died in 1854.  He was a physician.  he married Mary Ann Stout, a daughter of Benjamin and Martha (Schenk) Stout.

Children of Hezekiah and Mary Ann (Stout) Stout.
156.  (1). Milton                  b.       1799   d.        1829
         m.Elizabeth Hoffman  1822
157.  (2). Permilia
158.  (3). Cassandra
159.  (4). Benjamin
         m.Cynthia Middleton
160.  (5). Sarah

84.PRUDENCE STOUT
    Prudence Stout, a daughter of Ezekiel and Sarah (Drake) Stout, was born in 1808. She married Abraham Van Horn.

Known children of Abraham and Prudence (Stout) Van Horn.
161.  (1). Prudence
         m.Zera Batton 1823

85.ANDREW STOUT
    Andrew Stout, a son of Andrew Stout, was born in NJ in 1768. His wife is unknown.

Known children of Andrew Stout.
162.  (1). Philemon                b.       1804   d.       1891

91.MOSES STOUT
    Moses Stout, a son of John Stout, was born in Middletown, NJ in 1751 and died in 1833.  He was an officer in the Continental army in the American Revolution.  He married Abigail Hart March 17, 1773.  Abigail, a daughter John and Deborah (Scuddrr) hart, was born February 19, 1754 and died about 1832.  Abigails father is the John Hart who signed the Declaration of Independence.

Children of Moses and Abagail (Hart) Stout.
163.  (1). John
164.  (2). Asher
         m. ------- Egbert
165.  (3). Edward
         m.Catherine Breen
166.  (4). Simpson
         m.Abagail Bryant
167.  (5). Scudder
168.  (6). Permilia
169.  (7). Rachel
         m.Daniel Farnsworth
170.  (8). Theodosia
171.  (9). Deborah
         m. John Montgomery Hart
172. (10). Sarah

96.ABEL STOUT
    Abel Stout, a son of James and Jemima Howell (Reeder) Stout, was born in 1740 and died in 1797.  He was a private in the NJ militia during the American Revolution. He married Willampe Dorset Wycoff in 1767.  Willampe died and he married Elizabeth Armstrong.  Elizabeth was born in 1751 and died in 1842.  We do not know which wife was the mother of Abel's children.

Children of Abel Stout.
173.  (1). Isaiah
174.  (2). James
175.  (3). Jacob
176.  (4). Mary "Polly"
177.  (5). Lydia
         m. George Gray
178.  (6). Elah
179.  (7). Willampe
180.  (8). John
181.  (9). Elizabeth
182. (10). Samuel H.
183. (11). Jonathan

97.CALEB STOUT
    Caleb Stout, a son of James and Jemima Howell (Reeder) Stout, was born in Middletown, NJ in 1742 and died in Harrison County, VA (WV) in 1838.  He married Elizabeth La Baw in NJ in 1764.  He served in the New Jersey militia during the
American Revolution. The family moved to VA after the War and were living on Brushy Fork in Harrison county about 1785.

Children of Caleb and Elizabeth (La Baw) Stout.
184.  (1). Abel                    b.       1764   d.        1837
         m. Theodosia Finley
185.  (2). James                   b.       1780   d.        1863
         m. Phoebe Jackson 1811
186.  (3). Samuel                  b.       1792   d.        1874
         m.Nancy Stout  1815
187.  (4). Deliverance
188.  (5). David
189.  (6). Jemima
         m. Daniel Stout 1800
190.  (7). Eleanor
         m. Edward Davis 1817
191.  (8). Gideon
192.  (9). Jeremiah
193. (10). Titus

102.ST. LEDGER STOUT
    St. Ledger Stout, a son of St. Ledger Codd and Susannah (Simpson) Stout, was born in 1755 and died in 1806.  He married Anna Barcalo in 1794.  The family came to Beverly, Randolph County, VA (WV) in 1794.

Children of St. Ledger and Anna (Barcalo) Stout.
194.  (1). John
195.  (2). Leonard                 b.       1799   d.        1892
         m.Rachel Hoff             Feb  8 1819
196.  (3). Clarissa                b.Apr 29 1817   d.Jul 20 1861
         m.Eber Taylor



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