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Tobias Stoutenburg
Anneke Van Rollegom
Lucas Stoutenburg
(1691-bef 1743)


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Helena Van Pelt

Lucas Stoutenburg

  • Born: 1691, New York City NY
  • Christened: 20 Sep 1691, New York City NY
  • Marriage: Helena Van Pelt about 1712 in New York City NY
  • Died: bef 25 Oct 1743, Charleston SC

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  Events in his life were:

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  • He worked c 1718 as a silversmith in Charleston SC 8

  • Tankard, c 1720-1730
    Yale University 27
    h: 6 3/4"
    wt: 24 oz, 16 dwt
  • Charleston SC, 1721: captain of Militia and "Command of the Watch." 8

  • Mug, bef 1729
    Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts
    h: 4 3/8"
    Engraved with the coat of arms of Dr. John Hutchinson, the earliest known example of Southern armorial silver. Comparison with known examples indicate the engraving was done by Joseph Massey.

Lucas married Helena Van Pelt about 1712 in New York City NY. (Helena Van Pelt was born in 1695 in Brooklyn NY and was christened on 29 May 1695 in Brooklyn NY.)

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