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David Allen Stout
Birth: Jul. 19, 1883
Weber County
Utah, USA
Death: Oct. 30, 1960
Multnomah County
Oregon, USA

David Allen Stout was born in Ogden, Weber, Utah, July 19, 1883. He was the sixth of fourteen children born to Allen Joseph Stout, Jr. and Lucy Elizabeth Cole. His family moved to Idaho when he was young and he attended normal school at Albion, Idaho. There he met and married Lucy Eames August 15, 1906 in Albion, Cassia, Idaho; shortly thereafter the couple homesteaded in Burns, Oregon.

For the next 20 years they were to move many times, living in various cities in Idaho, Utah, Oregon, California and Washington. During this time, David was a farmer, drove wagon, raised sheep, worked for the railroad, was a carpenter, house painter, musician and salesman.

In 1922, he co-owned a moving company in California with John Hull. He managed the Maytag shop in Boise, Idaho, in the mid 1920's. In 1929, the family moved to Portland, Oregon, and here David (or "Al" as his friends called him) worked mostly as a carpenter remodeling homes and also as a house painter.

Sadly, David developed a drinking problem which led to the breakup of his 30-marriage. He and Lucy remained livelong friends, however, and he had a close relationship to his children and grandchildren, who loved him dearly. In 1944, David married Estelle Cormack.

David was very athletic and loved sports of all kinds, especially baseball. He also was an accomplished violinist. He taught the violin and played with several different bands and orchestras throughout his life. He had many fine qualities and was well loved by his family and friends.

In the fall of 1960, David fell while ice skating and hurt his head. He died unexpectedly on October 30, 1960 in Portland, Oregon, at the age of 73.

David and Lucy were the parents of nine children, two of whom died in infancy. He was also predeceased by his parents, 5 sisters and 3 brothers.

STOUT-David A., 1036 NE Hancock; husband of Stella; father of Mrs. Thelma Hull, city; Mrs. Mildred Wilson, Mrs. Gay McMahon and Kenneth, Eugene, Ore.; Mrs. Bonita Johnson, Oakland, Calif.; Calvin, Vancouver, Wn.; Melvin, Mulino; brother of Hosea, Idaho Falls; Joseph, Fresno, Calif; Edwin and Mrs. Maude Walters, city; Mrs. Vilate Carlile, Modesto, Calif. Friends invited to services Wednesday, 2 p.m., Chapel of Jacobson Family SE Funeral Home. Concluding services private. Lincoln Memorial. (Oregonian, 11-2-1960)
Family links: 
  Allen Joseph Stout (1845 - 1917)
  Lucy Elizabeth Cole Thompson (1858 - 1926)
  Lucy Stout Eames Zimmerman (1887 - 1975)
  Luthera Estell Cormack Stout (1889 - 1970)
  Baby Girl Stout (1907 - 1907)*
  Thelma Leone Stout Hull (1909 - 1996)*
  Mildred Fontella Stout Wilson (1911 - 1976)*
  Otella "Gay" Stout Price (1914 - 1998)*
  Afton Eames Stout (1916 - 1916)*
  Kenneth Ray Stout (1918 - 2008)*
  Bonita Joy Stout Johnson (1921 - 2013)*
  Lucy Melvina Stout Waring (1873 - 1953)*
  Elizabeth Ann Stout Jones (1875 - 1903)*
  Artemesia Amanda Stout Glenn (1877 - 1955)*
  Joseph William Stout (1879 - 1966)*
  Maud C Stout Walters (1881 - 1967)*
  David Allen Stout (1883 - 1960)
  Edwin Josiah Stout (1885 - 1968)*
  Lawrence Cole Stout (1887 - 1910)*
  Grace Isabell Stout (1889 - 1891)*
  Richard Hosea Stout (1891 - 1964)*
  Burtha Stout (1893 - 1893)*
  Lorenzo Stout (1894 - 1895)*
  Violet "Vilate" Stout Carlile (1896 - 1967)*
*Calculated relationship
Lincoln Memorial Park
Multnomah County
Oregon, USA
Created by: Steve & Nancy Stout
Record added: Jul 31, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 94590788
David Allen Stout
Added by: Steve & Nancy Stout
David Allen Stout
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David Allen Stout
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