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 David Stout

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David Stout

Birth
Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA
Death
Apr 1732 (aged 64–65)
Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA
Burial
Ringoes, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, USA
Memorial ID
5816186 View Source

Married Rebecca Ashton in 1688 in Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Rebecca was born 1672 in Providence, Rhode Island, the daughter of James Ashton and Deliverance Thockmorton and died after 1705 in New Jersey

Children: Penelope, Sarah, Rebecca, Freegift, James, David, Joseph, Deliverance, Benjamin.

"David Stout...sold all his possessions in Middletown and moved to Amwell...where he purchased a large tract of land at which place he died a very old man and was buried on his own farm, which laid the foundation of a burying ground where his descendants continue to bury to this day." Taken from History of the Stout Family by Nathan Stout, 1823.

Large monument reads:
This yard was founded on the farm of David Stout son of Richard Stout and Penelope Van Princes and herein lies his body and that of his wife Rebecca Ashton of their son James and his wife Catherine Simson of their son John and of his wife Rachel Merrill of their son Nathan to whom this monument is erected and of his wife Esther Ketcham of their son William and of his wife Eleanor Lane of their son Nathan and of his wife Mary Ann Fisher and of their son Simpson.

Married Rebecca Ashton in 1688 in Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Rebecca was born 1672 in Providence, Rhode Island, the daughter of James Ashton and Deliverance Thockmorton and died after 1705 in New Jersey

Children: Penelope, Sarah, Rebecca, Freegift, James, David, Joseph, Deliverance, Benjamin.

"David Stout...sold all his possessions in Middletown and moved to Amwell...where he purchased a large tract of land at which place he died a very old man and was buried on his own farm, which laid the foundation of a burying ground where his descendants continue to bury to this day." Taken from History of the Stout Family by Nathan Stout, 1823.

Large monument reads:
This yard was founded on the farm of David Stout son of Richard Stout and Penelope Van Princes and herein lies his body and that of his wife Rebecca Ashton of their son James and his wife Catherine Simson of their son John and of his wife Rachel Merrill of their son Nathan to whom this monument is erected and of his wife Esther Ketcham of their son William and of his wife Eleanor Lane of their son Nathan and of his wife Mary Ann Fisher and of their son Simpson.


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