|Birth: ||Sep. 11, 1834|
|Death: ||Nov. 10, 1914|
Oregon Death Notice states 10 Nov 1914
Friday, November 13, 1914, Portland Oregonian. Volume LIV Issue 16839 Page 18
Headline: Aged Horse-Breaker Dies
Jonathan W. Stout, Aged 80, Succumbs to Injury Caused by Kick (Gangrene of the Leg)
Baker, Or, Nov. 12 (Special) -- Jonathan W. Stout, octogenarioan pioneer horsebreaker, died here yesterday as the result of an accideent sustained six weeksw ago while breaking horses at North Powder. The horse trampled on Mr. Stout's foot and gangrene resulted, causing death.
Mr. Stout was 80 years old. He lived in Baker County for the past 40 years, continuously engaged as a breaker of wild horses. He was active and still able to tame the wildest animals up to the time of the accident. He is survived by three sons, all of Baker County.
Bevaline Stout (1846 - 1929)
Charles A. Stout (1870 - 1947)*
Joseph Stout (1873 - ____)*
North Powder Cemetery
Created by: Barbzweig
Record added: Jan 27, 2013
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