(Of the Lambertville, New Jersey Area)
" STOUT NOTES "
I've gathered notes during my quest of searching for the relatives in the "Stout Family History". These notes are those that I've not been able to relate to my direct family. If anyone has any further notes they feel will be helpful please send them to me via "e-mail". Those that I feel are appropriate will be posted here for others to view. Thanks.
" From Lambertville, New Jersey "
"Mrs. Elizabeth D. Stout" resided at 53 North Union Street from 1897 through 1901 and possibly longer. Residing at that same address were her daughters Miss Annie F. Stout, Miss Ida F. Stout and Miss Kate D. Stout. "Elizabeth" was married to "Theophilus Stout" on May 6, 1852 in New Hope, PA. by the Rev. M. H. Sisty. "Elizabeth's" maiden name was "Pickett" and she is number (2) in the "Pickett Family History". However I am not sure at this time if her husband "Theophilus" is related to this "Stout Family" or not.
Asher B. Stout, Arthur W. Stout, George F. Stout & Theodore Stout lived at 96 North Franklin Street in Lambertville from 1897 through 1901 or longer.
Gershon Stout & William Stout lived at 28 Lincoln Street in Lambertville in 1899.
John Stout lived at 28 Perry Street from 1897 through 1899 & then apparently moved to 51 Delavan Street in 1901.
Fred Stout & Theodore Stout lived at 51 Delavan Street in Lambertville in 1897.
Fred G. Stout lived in Lambertville from 1897 through 1901 or longer.
Edward Stout & David Stout lived at 3 Ferry Street in Lambertville in 1901.
Levi Stout was a Carpenter who lived at 13 Lambert Street in Lambertville in 1901.
Elmer Stout was a Carpenter who lived at 268 North Union Street in Lambertville in 1901.
Irvin Stout who worked in the Rubber Mill lived at 266 North Union Street in Lambertville in 1901.
Raymond Stout lived at 106 North Franklin Street in Lambertville in 1901.
Ralph Stout was residing in Flemington, NJ in 1822. Was the only known Methodist in the area..... Could "John R. Stout" (2) be John Ralph Stout??? John was born in 1852......and was a Methodist..... This could, however, only have been his Grandfather....
Jacob V.D. Stout landed in Phila. on the "MARION" on April 6, 1802.
John Stout landed in Phila. on the "ORLANDO" on August 7, 1806.
Stephen Stout landed in Phila. on the "SAUNDERS" on June 28, 1803.
A Percy Skillman resided at 22 Elm Street in Lambertville in 1897 but is not shown there in 1899. (Home of "Russell (10) and his wife Edith (Shepherd) Stout".)