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Janet Stout Toms (#47236179)
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Bio Photo The desire to document family history has been my life passion. I began this effort at a young age by asking her grandparents questions and making hand written notes of their answers. With the advent of technology I began to conduct audio and then video interviews with elder family members. The genealogist in me led me to document family history via census reports, ship manifests and vital records. I have also written a series of news letters titled "Family Ties" where I shares family stories, trees, photos and recipes. After 22 years of employment by a consulting engineering firm I am now "retired" and able to start my true life work to "Capture the past to give to the future".
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Kathie Christensen
memorial # 47533348
Hi Janet. You have Joseph Stout (memorial #47533348) listed as a child of Elias Stout and Sarah Ann Valentine. He was actually the son of Jacob Stout and Sallie Derr and was born in Lehigh Co., Pa. The Joseph that was the son of Elias and Sarah was born in 1873.
Also, this Joseph was married to Mary Catherine Gosney, the wife listed on the stone.
Added by Kathie Christensen on Jun 25, 2015 7:59 PM
JKK
George or George Wilhelm
Do you know if the men of this family have done DNA to prove the linage? I hope they do before a new book comes out.
Added by JKK on Dec 12, 2014 9:13 AM
JKK
George Wilhelm Staudt
George Wilhelm's and Christina Weidenhammer's son Johann George married Virginia Wolf and stayed in Pennsylvania. Born 1770 and died 1834 Maiden Creek, Pa.
Added by JKK on Jul 03, 2014 11:17 AM
Mary Harrell-Sesniak
RE: Memorial# 29613798
Thank you for the update on the year. If this is your family, please let me know and I'll be happy to transfer the memorial.
Added by Mary Harrell-Sesniak on Jun 04, 2014 9:32 PM
greatgrands
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 104489417
Hello, I took a look to see if there was documentation, and could not find anything specific. It's possible someone sent me that info (though I usually add a note if someone does that). It may have just come from family trees, I know there are half a dozen or so that list the 2 marriages, the first being in 1736, 2 children born with the name Hoy, then the second marriage in 1738. But doing a search of the church records did not turn up the matching marriage records. What makes it harder is the first husband's name varies by record, Johann Karl, Carle, Carl, Hoy, Hey and Heu.
Sorry I can't help further right now, I have a full schedule. If you turn up something different please let me know. If there's no real evidence I can remove the info.
Added by greatgrands on Jul 09, 2013 5:54 AM
greatgrands
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 104489417
Hello, I took a look to see if there was documentation, and could not find anything specific. It's possible someone sent me that info (though I usually add a note if someone does that). It may have just come from family trees, I know there are half a dozen or so that list the 2 marriages, the first being in 1736, 2 children born with the name Hoy, then the second marriage in 1738. But doing a search of the church records did not turn up the matching marriage records. What makes it harder is the first husband's name varies by record, Johann Karl, Carle, Carl, Hoy, Hey and Heu.
Sorry I can't help further right now, I have a full schedule. If you turn up something different please let me know. If there's no real evidence I can remove the info.
Added by greatgrands on Jul 09, 2013 5:54 AM
Nancy Kasper
Joseoh Donahey
Ms. Stout - I just completed a book in which Joseph Donahey plays a prominent role. The book is titled "Resolve: From the Jungles of WWII Bataan, A Story of a Soldier, a Flag and a Promise Kept." It is a very interesting story of men who escaped into the jungles of Bataan as the Japanese were demanding the surrender of American forces there during early WWII. He was a very interesting individual. Nancy Kasper
Added by Nancy Kasper on Jun 15, 2013 11:12 AM
sandpipertoo
RE: Dr. George Clymer Stout

Good Morning Janet,

Thank you so very much for this information.

Added by sandpipertoo on May 11, 2013 5:35 AM
Stanley Weidenhammer
George -Staut (Stout-Stoudt-Staudt)
The spelling on the headstone is Staut. His wife is Christina Weidenhammer. She is a sister to George Weidenhammer. My line goes back through George to Johannes the progenitor of our family. I have a picture of his wifes headstone if you want it.
Added by Stanley Weidenhammer on Nov 02, 2010 7:41 AM
 

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