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Stout, Andrew: b abt 1501 Aberdeen, SCOTLAND
+ [--?--] unknown: b abt 1500 SCOTLAND

    Stout, David: b abt 1539 Peebles, SCOTLAND
    + [--?--], Mary: b abt 1532 SCOTLAND

    Stout, Richard: b abt 1567 SCOTLAND; d abt 1636 ENGLAND
    + [--?--] unknown: b abt 1567 SCOTLAND; d ENGLAND

    Stout, John: b abt 1580 Burton Joyce, Nottinghamshire, ENGLAND; d abt 1620 Nottinghamshire, ENGLAND
    + Bee, Elisabeth: m 13-Nov-1609 Burton Joyce, ENGLAND; b 01-Jan-1592 bp St. Kathryn, London, ENG; d abt 1640 Nottinghamshire, ENGLAND

    Stout, Richard: b abt 1615 Burton Joyce, Nottinghamshire, ENGLAND; d 23-Oct-1705 Middleton, Monmouth Co, NJ, USA
    + Prince, Penelope [1]: m 1648 Gravesend, NY; bp 20-Sep-1629 St. Dunstan, Stepney (E. London) ENGLAND; d 1712 Middleton, NJ, USA

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Stout, David: b c1667 Middleton, Monmouth Co, NJ; d 1732 Amwell, Hunterdon, NJ
+ Ashton, Rebecca: m 1688 Freehold, NJ; b c1672 Providence, RI; d 1725 Amwell, Hunterdon, NJ

    Stout, James: b c1694 Middletown, Hunterdon Co, NJ; d 1726, Amwell, Hunterdon Co, NJ
    + Simpson, Catherine: m 1712 Monmouth Co, NJ; b c1692; d abt 1749 Hopewell, Hunterdon Co, NJ

    Stout, Jacob: b c1721 Hopewell, Hunterdon Co, NJ; d 20-Sep-1785 Hopewell Twp, Hunterdon Co, NJ
    + Parke, Grace: m 1750 Stoutsburg, Hunterdon Co, NJ; b c1721; d abt 1783 Hopewell, Hunterdon Co, NJ

    Stout, Samuel: b c1755 Stoutsburg, Hunterdon Co, NJ; d 26-Sep-1831 Hopewell, NJ
    + Drake, Hannah: b c1749; d 14-Dec-1830 Hopewell, Hunterdon Co, NJ

    Stout, John Drake: b 10-Feb-1784 Hopewell, Hunterdon Co, NJ; d 12-Feb-1880 Hopewell, NJ
    + Binge, Letitia 'Lettia': b 23-Jan-1785 Hopewell, NJ; d 1851 Hopewell, Hunterdon Co, NJ

    Stout, William: b 07-May-1812 Hopewell, Mercer Co, NJ; d Hopewell, Mercer, NJ
    + Ammerman, Eleanor C: m 1834; b 17-Sep-1810; d 19-Nov-1889 Hopewell, Mercer Co, NJ

    Stout, Henry Ammerman: b 03-Sep-1847 Hopewell, NJ; d 1913 Hopewell, Mercer, NJ
    + Quick, Idah Schenck: m 28-Sep-1870 Reaville, NJ; b 11-May-1852 Amwell, NJ; d 1932 Hopewell, Mercer, NJ

    Stout, Ammerman H (twin): b 27-Nov-1875 Montgomery, Somerset, NJ; d 1934 Princeton, Mercer, NJ
    + Nicholson, Rose [2]: b 15-Jun-1883 NJ; d Dec-1937 PA

    Stout, Florence: b 21-Mar-1911 Princeton, Mercer, NJ; d 18-Dec-1993 Langhorne, Bucks Co, PA
    + Coker, Ralph Thomas: m'34 NJ dv'64; b 21-Jun-1907 TN; d 15-Apr-1995 Morrisville Bucks PA (m2 Jeanne Nini)

    Coker, Donald Alfred: b 05-May-1935 Beachwood, Ocean Co, NJ; d 26-Jan-2011 Elgin, Kane Co, IL +5ch.
    +1 [private] +2ch

    Coker, Michael T: b 24-Oct-1958 NY; d 10-Aug-1994 Lockport, Niagara, NY +2ch

    +2 Dang, Minh Ngoc 'Dianne': b 16-Nov-1937 Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam +1ch
    +3 [private] +2ch
Stout
Children and descendants of Richard Stout and Penelope Prince
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"Since it is not granted to us to live long, let us transmit to posterity some memorial that we have at least lived." ~E. Joseph Cossman
Last Update
21 Jul 2017
For Billy

Notes

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1] The legend: Penelope Thomson Kent Van Princis, "Mother of Middletown" was born in either 1602 or 1622 Amsterdam or Noord Holland, and died in either
1712 or 1732, at 110 years old, her last child being born when she was 77 years old and her husband 85. She was attacked by hostiles in the woods off the
New Jersey shore in either 1620, 1640, 1680 or 1690 after a historically undocumented shipwreck stranded them there. Penelope was left for dead and her un-
named husband, in a later version of the story, named John
Kent (no other records exist of him) was killed. She was scalped and disemboweled but saved by a
sympathetic old Indian who found her in a log with either his son or his dog and nursed her back to health. He either left her at the boundary of a settlement
and disappeared into the woods or, she was found after a search by settlers. She married Stout in either 1622, 1640 or 1644.

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1] The facts forthcoming: Her surname was Prince, born in Stepney, London, England in 1629, brought to New Amsterdam (New York) in 1644 at the age of 15
as an indentured servant by Captain Robert
Vaughan who sold her contract to William and Frances Cox who owned a tobacco plantation on Kent Island in the
Chesapeake Bay. Their neighbor was named
Thomson. She ran away during the "Time of Troubles" on that island in 1646 and found her way to Gravesend, NY.
She married Stout in 1648 after she testified in a court proceeding under her maiden name.

Research presented
HERE. (opens in a new window). Originally only known as Penelope, her story was a word-of-mouth legend, but when it finally made it to
print after 150 years, her full name may have been a merging of all the names highlighted above. Was the legend true? Ask any 110 year old scalped and
disemboweled grandmother what she thinks about having babies at the age of 80.

[2] Rose Nicholson was the daughter of William Nicholson, born April 5, 1845 in Lancaster, Lancashire, England (Baptised May 21 at St. Mary's, Lancaster), a
carpenter; and Mary McConnel, born October of 1848 in Ireland. William's parents were William Nicholson, a joiner, and Mary.

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