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This is a photograph of my great-great-great grandfather, Captain John Henry Stout. According to his obituary, published in the Dallas Morning News on 3 January 1891, he died in his home in Quitman Texas on 27 December 1890 of heart failure. His age is stated in the obituary as 93 and a half years. He was an adventurer, explorer, Indian fighter, scout, Veteran of the Texas Revolution and the Confederacy, Captain of the Texas Rangers, first sheriff of Wood county, and served in the Texas House of Representatives, Sixth Legislature, 1855-1856, representing Wood and Van Zandt counties.
at Hopkins County, Sulphur Springs, tx USA


Arland Benningfield I was not aware of Ephraim B. Stout having a bro.
Perhaps your John [external link] by earlier marriage. Ephraim B. d/b Feb. 21, 1800. Culpepper Co. Va. His parents James Stout m. Abbigail Holloway May 30, 1799 Culpepper Co. Va.
May 22, 2006 · Reply
Terry Underwood My great, great Grandfather was Captain Stout. Just recently I visited the Stout Cemetery and the Perryville Cemetery where a lot of my Stout relatives graves are. My Great Grandmother was Lillian Stout. She was married to William Tom Stout. My Grandmother was Margaret Stout Jackson. I took several pictures of the cemetery. My Great Aunt Ludeen Stout Patterson is still alive at the age of 84 also her brother Henry Stout.
Nov 29, 2007 · Reply
Rebecca Mcfadden This is my grandfather to. Rebecca Jean does that ring a bell. I have reentered cyberspace after my computer choked and died. HaHa. Love you
Jan 04, 2008 · Reply
Patricia McQueary Isn"t there a full life size picture of Captin Stout in Confederate uniform in th Quitman Court House? My grandmother Hattie McQueary was related to Stouts.
Jun 12, 2015 · Reply
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