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Jonathan Stout   see FAMILY TREE
Born: 1660 Gravesend, Long Island, NY

 

   
Married: 27/Aug/1685

 

   
Died: 1723  
source Nancy Merrill at :http://genealogy.patp.us/stout.shtml
 NJCD: Calendar of Wills.
"1722 Nov 24. Jonathan Stout of Hopewell, Hunterdon, yeoman, will of.
Children: Jos, Sarah, Hannah, Benj, Zebulon, Jno, David, Sam'l, Anne. Real and personal estate. (1/16 of a proprietary share) Exec: Andrew Smith. Wit: Hezekiah Bonham, Hezekiah Bunell, Bartholomew Corwine. Proved 25 Mar 1723. Liber 2 p219.
"1722/3 Mar 24. Inventory of personal estate. L 362.2.10 3/4 including a clock L 7.10, two negro girls L 20, negro man L35, made by Thos Runion & Thos Read."
 

FATHER

Richard Stout

MOTHER

Penelope Van Princin

WIFE

Anna Bollen

CHILDREN

1. Joseph Stout b. 25/Oct/1686

2. Sarah Stout b. 1689

3. Benjamin Stout b. 1691

4. Hannah Stout b. 1694

5. Zebulon Stout b. 1699

6. Jonathan Stout b. 1701

7. Anne Stout b. 1704

8. David Stout b. 1706

9. Samuel Stout b. 1709

Stout and Allied Families
"Born 25 October 1686 at Middletown, N. J. Lived on farm deeded him by his father. Had a nine-room, two-storey house which at one time was used as Gen. Washington's Headquarters. Was a colonel in N. J. militia and made several campaigns against the Indians. Held 28 cattle, 18 sheep and 230 acres on Hopewell tax roll. Died 22 October 1766: Will: Lib. 13, p 227, Hunterdon co., N. J. wills."

source Nancy Merrill at :http://genealogy.patp.us/stout.shtml: "Ethel Stroupe writing in the Rowan Co Register, pub by JW Linn.
"The first white man in Hopewell was Jonathan Stout who in 1685 explored the wilderness from his parents' home in Middletown, lived several years at Wissamonson with the Indians, then returned home."

 

 

 

 

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