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Mary (Seymour) Stout (1648 - 1730)

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Mary Stout formerly Seymour
Born in Middletown, Monmouth, New Jerseymap
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married about (to ) in Shrewsbury, Red Bank Co, NJmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Shrewsbury, New Jerseymap
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Biography

Mary Seymour is the second wife of Richard Stout II, son of Richard I and Penelope Kent Van Princin Stout. They were married after 1680 and before 1704 when Mary Stout and he witnessed a marriage. [1] In 1709 in the sale of some land to Ebenezer Cook provided for the area on it where his first wife is buried was reserved. Both Richard and Mary Stout signed it with their marks and was recorded September 26 1709. [2]

Most likely children of Richard II and Mary Seymour Stout as indicated by life experiences Seymour, [3]custom of a child named using the mother's maiden name, Penelope married Henry Jacobs Falkinsburg in 1731 and said to be the first child born in Little Egg Harbor, NJ, and Rebecca married John Cramer 1726. [4]

Sources

  1. http://archive.org/stream/historicalgeneal04stil#page/319/mode/1up
  2. http://archive.org/stream/historicalgeneal04stil#page/319/mode/1up
  3. http://archive.org/stream/historicalgeneal04stil#page/322/mode/1up
  4. http://archive.org/stream/historicalgeneal04stil#page/323/mode/1up


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