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Some of the American descendants of John Stout of Nottingham, England

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Open viewyoursitedemo.com: The Stuout of New Jersey are descended from John Stout, of Nottinghamshire, Englad, whose son Richard emigrated to America, and, at Gravesend, L. I., was one od the original settlers. He was the first English Settler in New Jersey inremaining for four years when the English Children: Richard Eli Stout, Sr.

Dec 07,  · John Stout, the eldest son of Richard the First, named his eldest son Richard, who when married settled at a place called Squan, and was generally after called "Squan Dick," and raised a large family, some of whom settled about Barnegat and along the shore - a great number of whose descendants are there to this viewyoursitedemo.comen: Jean Compton, England book Throckmorton, Penelope Hart, John Stout, Jr., Richard "Squan Dick" Stout.

descendants of john stout In the Nottinghamshire Parish Records, it is recorded that JOHN STOUT married 13 Nov ELSBETH KEE/BEE at Burton Joyce Parish in England. There is controversy concerning the maiden name of Elsbeth due to interpretation of early. Aug 23,  · STOUTRichard Stout, of Nottinghamshire, England (son of John Stout), settled on L.

aboutin which year he was one of the 39 original patentees of Gravesend. He m., aboutPenelope van Princes, a widow, and a Holland lady, who, as Penelope Stout, became noted for her escape from the Indians, after great mutilation, and for living, it is said, to the great age of Jun 27,  · Richard Stout, a son of John and Elizabeth (Bee or Gee) Stout, was born in Nottinghamshire, England about He joined the British Navy and was discharged at New Amsterdam, now New York, about Oct 26,  · The Stout surname arose independently in England, Orkney, and the Continent.

We can trace the family name patrilineally back to Andrew Stout () in Aberdeen, Scotland. Stout is a relatively rare surname in the United Kingdom, and the overwhelming majority of Stouts in the UK hail from the Orkney and Shetland islands.

There in at the age of 22, she married Richard Stout ( - ), son of John Stout ( - ) and Elizabeth Bee ( - ) of Nottinghamshire, England. They had a large family (7 sons and 4 daughters) mostly born at Gravesend in the current area of Coney Island, Brooklyn.

John & Elizabeth were married 13 Novin Burton Joyce, Nottinghamshire, England. The person who originally shared this, David Mark Stout, is of England and has proven with research & DNA that Elizabeth's last name is indeed viewyoursitedemo.comers: Following is the list of Elizabethtown Associates as listed in the Elizabeth Book B and reprinted in Church of the Penelope married Richard Stout.

Richard had left Nottingham, England, to serve in the British navy. Richard Tindal Bateman family John Jeffrey (Salem Bailiff) Daniel Elmer Richard Whitacar Richard Johnson (Salem Surveyor). Appearing on the list or in book without documentation in no way constitutes proof of a qualifying ancestor.

The National Inquirer will review the status of the ancestor and determine if he or she continues to be a qualifying ancestor. John WALES. Arnold, Richard PA. Arnold, Richard ENG/PA. Stout, Peter DE/NC.

Stovall, Barthalomew VA. Richard Stout b. in Nottinghamshire, England. There is a multitude available on Richard here and there.

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Start with This page if the name is new to you. Here he is on my Ancestors page: Ancestors # Peter Stout Ancestors # Samuel Stout Ancestors # Peter Stout Ancestors # Samuel Stout Ancestors # Joseph Stout Ancestors # Allen Joseph Stout Ancestors # Penelope Van Princis Stout was born in in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

She married John Kent inand the couple sailed for New Amsterdam (now New York City) on Manhattan Island in the American colony of New Netherland. For unknown reasons, their ship ran aground at the coast of what is now Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Jan 28,  · History and genealogy of the American descendants of John and Ann Chamness of London, England History and genealogy of the American descendants of John and Ann Chamness of London, England by Hanson, Zimri, comp.

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Publication date Topics Chamness family, genealogy the book is a photocopy. Addeddate Call number Pages: Sep 22,  · RICHARD STOUT, Monmouth Patentee, is believed to have been a son of John Stout, of Nottinghamshire, or Northhampton, England.

He is said to have come to America as a sailor, and to have been a man of parts, but of little formal education. Other names for John were John King of England, and John "Lackland" King of England. Research Notes: Source: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before by Frederick Lewis Weis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr, ed.

by William R. Beall & Kaleen E. Beall, Baltimore,Line 29A has b. Genealogy profile for Richard Stout, of Monmouth. Richard Stout, one of the first settlers of Gravesend, New Netherlands inwas born indied inthe son of John Stout and his wife Elisabeth Bee, whom he married on November 13,the marriage recorded in the parish register of Burton Joyce Parish, Nottinghamshire, England.

Discover the famous (and infamous) members in your family tree. Free family trees and relationship charts of notable people and their famous kin. Who are you related to. Some of the family went toAmerica.” In in Nottinghamshire, England, an entry was made in theBurton Joyce Parish record book telling of the marriage of one John Stout, ofgood family, to Elizabeth Gee.

To thisunion was born Richard Stout in or When Richard grew up he quarreled with his father over a girl friendwhom the father.

The history of the Stout family goes back to the ancient Anglo-Saxon culture of Britain. It is derived from the family living in one of the many English places called Stow.

However, in Worcestershire, the Old English word stow, which means place, or more specifically, holy place, was retained as part of the common vocabulary of Old English.

Experts theorize that in this county, the surname. Descendants. John Deming's descendants number in the thousands today. Some of his notable descendants include: Louisa May Alcott, was an American novelist. She is best known for the novel Little Women; Humphrey DeForest Bogart, was an American actor.

He has been called a cultural viewyoursitedemo.com: 21 NovemberWethersfield. John Boone, fifth child of George III and Mary, is a key figure of any story of the early Boones because of the family records which he preserved and passed on to his nephew James Boone, who compiled them into the Old Boone Genealogy from which most of the early records of the Boone family are obtained.

Chapter 91 The Brittain Family -- John Brittain was taxed in Beekman from June through Feb with assessments of £1. There are no local records for this family other than several early 19th century baptisms at Rhinebeck and some grave stones.

A John Britton was son of Nathaniel Britton of Richmond Co. whose will was dated 1 June You can see how Nottingham families moved over time by selecting different census years.

The Nottingham family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Nottingham families were found in the UK in In there were 38 Nottingham. Full text of "Colonial families of the United States of America, in which is given the history, genealogy and armorial bearings of colonial families who settled in the American colonies from the time of the settlement of Jamestown, 13th May,to the battle of Lexington, 19th April, ;" See other formats.

John Alden (c. –) was a crew member on the historic voyage of the Mayflower which brought the English settlers commonly known as Pilgrims to Plymouth Colony in present-day Massachusetts. He was hired in Southampton, England, as the ship's cooper, responsible for maintaining the ship's barrels.

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Salem, MA Phone: Facebook. Wanda, Here is the list of Stout that goes down and has me viewyoursitedemo.com name is Cheryl Jeannine Nored and married to Paul Lawrence Waldrop with a son of Casey Adam viewyoursitedemo.com thought you would like to know this if you were interested in locating me on this Stout viewyoursitedemo.com also includes the WFT Vol.

25, Tree on this and other lines as well that I imported into my geneology.I hope that this. Richard Stout was born in (other accounts give ) in Nottinghamshire, England, son of John Stout. He ran away from home, possibly because his father was unhappy about a relationship he had with a woman below his standing.

Richard Stout’s public life shows him as a member of the first New Jersey General Assembly composed of deputies and patentees inas an overseer in andand as Indian Commissioner. The Stout’s were Baptists and in Richard and others met to .Jan 31, - Explore go's board "Stout Family History", followed by people on Pinterest.

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– 10 May ), also spelled Katharine or Catherine, was the third wife of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, a son of King Edward viewyoursitedemo.com had been the Duke's lover for many years before their marriage.

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