Samuel Stout, son of Hezekiah Sr and Sarah Unknown Stout, born about 1794 and died October 1843. He married Elizabeth Stump, daughter of Michael III and Mary Magdalene Richards Stump Sr, November 5 1818. In the 1850 Gilmer County Census Elizabeth, his widow, Daniel, Absalom, Sarah and her husband, Robert Marshall were living with Thomas Stout, Samuel's brother.  They are buried along with his siblings and mother in a gated part of the Stout Cemetery, Stout's Mill, Gilmer County, WV. In 1840 Gilmer County census Samuel is listed with five in the family. In the 1850 Gilmer County, WV census Samuel's wife, Elizabeth, and their children are living with Thomas Stout, a widower and his brother.  In 1850 Ezekiel was married and living with his wife and three year old son.
They were the parents of
Sarah m Robert Marshall.
The copy of the original is clearly Samuel not Jamie in the marriage record of Samuel and Elizabeth Stump. Note the S's in other names.
The Elizabeth on the 1850 census is Samuel's widow. Thomas' first wife was also Elizabeth and died in 1849.
Additional source for Samuel and his family is "Richard Stout Descendants in West Virginia", Russell Ray Stout, 1966?, Chapter 6:18-23. and Chapter 7 is a discussion of Jonathan and Hannah Jewell's family file:///D:/all%20genealogy/my%20books/Richard%20Stout%20Descendants%20in%20West%20Virginia/03-04-2013/Chapter%207%20Jonathan%20and%20Hannah%20Jewell.pdf</ewd>
Both chapters will help clarify that the father of Samuel, Thomas and Hezekiah Jr and Charity Stout Maze was Hezekiah Sr and Sarah Unknown Stout. In 1930 Virginia Rutherford, granddaughter of Hezekiah Jr, his father and mother were living with the author who would have been a reliable source for his book regarding Hezekiah Stout Sr. 
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Samuel by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Samuel: