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Bethany Baptist Church Cemetery Graham Indiana

This is an historical transcription of Bethany Baptist Church Cemetery, Graham, Jefferson County, Indiana which was transcribed in 1941 as part of the DAR cemetery transcription project. The value of this transcription is that in many cases they transcribed headstones which may today no longer exist. Had it not been for this project these records may have been lost due to the natural regression of cemeteries. Many of the cemeteries may be known by a different name today, we use the name they were identified as in 1941. Arbuckle, J. N., 07 Aug 1837 – 10 Dec 1882 Boyd,...

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Biography of Frank Stout

Frank Stout. Practically every successful career is actuated by an earnest purpose and an energy of action sufficient to carry out definite plans of accomplishment. Purpose and energy have been the keynotes of the career of Frank Stout, a fine old-time citizen of Champaign County and one of the best known residents in the northwestern part of the county. Mr. Stout is now enjoying the fruits of a well-spent career at his comfortable home in Mahomet Township near the village of Mahomet. Since an early age he has been self-reliant and independent, and owes his prosperity chiefly to the plans which have originated in his own mind and to the energy and thrift which dominated both him and his estimable wife in carrying them out. Mr. Stout was born in Champaign County, August 27, 1857. He is the youngest of the three living children of Jacob and Louisa (Warner) Stout. His oldest brother, Charles, is a retired farmer in Champaign, a Methodist and a Republican, and he married Ella Heller. The second brother, Jesse, is now retired from farming and a resident of Champaign, is a Republican and a Methodist, and is married and has six children. Jacob Stout, the father of these children, was born in Ohio, was reared and educated there, and came to Illinois a young man without capital. His first work was done as a...

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Biography of William Stout

William Stout, president of the Bank of McLouth, is an Englishman, with a family record going back for many generations in the County of Lincoln. However, Mr. Stout had been identified with Kansas for over forty-five years, and after succeeding as a farmer he entered banking at McLouth and had been actively identified with the bank of that city for many years. Mr. Stout was born in the County of Lincoln, England, May 30, 1836, and can now contemplate life and affairs from the height of four score years. His father, Thomas Stout, was born in Lincoln County. England, in 1803, and died at Donington in the same county in 1855. His life’s efforts were bestowed upon agriculture. He was a member and local preacher of the Wesleyan Methodist Church. The maiden name of his wife was Mary Tunnard, who was born in Lincoln County the same year and died there also in the same year as her husband. Thomas Stout had been previously married to Miss Snowdall, but none of the children of that union are still living. By his second wife there were the following children: Mary A., who lives at Douington, England, widow of Joseph Headland, who was a farmer; Jacob, living retired in Leiceester, England; William; Sarah, who died at Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England, wife of Charles Thompson, a retired merchant at Melton Mowbray; Thomas,...

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Biography of Mahlon F. Stout

Mahlon F. Stout. Many of the finest citizens of Kansas were never heard of outside of their home state. Their names in fact have not been generally known outside of their home communities and counties. They led quiet, unostentatious lives. They did the duties which lay nearest them, they were honest, straightforward, beloved and idolized in their home, upheld all the moral virtues and practically everything which their lives touched was benefited thereby. Such a citizen was the late Mahlon F. Stout of Williamsport Township in Shawnee County. He did not live to a great age, but he filled his brief life with a multitude of kindly and benignant activities. He was born in Clinton County. Ohio, June 30, 1850, one of fourteen children. Of the thirteen that grew to maturity only three are now living. Their parents were Seneca and Rachel (Clevenger) Stout. Seneca Stout was an Ohio farmer, a Methodist and a republican. In 1857 the family removed to Illinois, first locating in Logan County and afterwards in Tazewell County, where both parents died. The youthful years of Mahlon F. Stout were largely spent in Tazewell County, Illinois. His home was a farm and his environment the wholesome country district. A distrlct school gave him an education, but he was able to attend it only during the winter months. Two of his older brothers entered the Union...

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Biography of J. C. Stout

My father, Sealin Stout, was born in the state of Arkansas in the year 1818. He died in Hopkins County at the age of seventy-eight. No life in Hopkins County was more eventful or attended with more romance than was that of Sealin Stout. He has often been referred to as being prominent in many exciting incidents in this history. Sealin’s father crossed Red River on a raft built with his own hands, when Sealin was only one month old, and settled in Red River District, where Sealin grew to manhood amid the wilds of the country. In the year 1836 he was engaged in Indian fighting; afterwards he fought for Texas Independence, and was a soldier in the Mexican war. After peace was concluded he came home and married Elvira Richey. By this union eleven children were born: nine boys and two girls. John, the oldest son, lives in Bowie County. Frank lives in Hopkins County, and married a daughter of old Dr. Payne, a pioneer citizen. Marion and Andrew both live in Red River County, and are good, substantial citizens. J. C. Stout married Miss Mary Brookshire, a daughter of Jesse Brookshire, an old-time citizen and a man of good character. N. S. Stout married Miss Laura Miller, a daughter of Dr. Christian. Miss Martha Stout married Ed Henley. They are the parents of Elizabeth Henley, who...

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Biography of Thomas K. Stout

Thomas K. Stout, who has been actively identified with merchandising interests in Bartlesville during the past sixteen years, has since 1919 been the proprietor of Stout’s Specialty Shop at No. 217 East Third street and in this connection enjoys an extensive and high-class patronage. He was born in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Kentucky, on the 4th of January, 1875, his parents being J. K. and Sarah L. (McCallister) Stout, the latter also a native of Kentucky. J. K. Stout removed with his family to St. Clair County, Missouri, in 1885 and throughout the remainder of his active business career successfully devoted his attention to mercantile pursuits in Appleton City. Both he and his wife are deceased. Thomas K. Stout was a lad of ten years when he accompanied his parents to Missouri and a young man of thirty when he came to Bartlesville, Oklahoma, in 1905. Here he associated himself with L. Brin, proprietor of the Boston Store, a general dry goods and ready-to-wear establishment, forming a corporation known as the L. Brin Company, of which he became the vice president. In 1919 Mr. Stout disposed of his interest in the enterprise and opened Stout’s Specialty Shop, of which he has remained the sole proprietor, carrying a very fine line of ladies’ ready-to-wear apparel and drawing an exclusive patronage from the town and surrounding country. His trademark, SSS, has become...

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Roland B. Stout

Private 1st Class, C. A. C.; of Guilford County; born June 12, 1900; son of E. N. and Mattie Stout. Entered service July 24, 1918, at Greensboro, N.C. Sent to Ft. Thomas, Ky. Transferred to Ft. Scrivens, Ga. Lost at sea by sinking of the transport “Ontranto,” Oct. 6, 1918, in collision with the steamer Kashmite off the Scottish coast, and was buried at Kilchoman, Isle of Isley, Scotland. His remains were returned to the USA Aug. 25, 1920, and interred in Green Hill Cemetery Aug. 26, 1920, in Greensboro,...

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Leon L. Stout

Private 1st Class, Inf., Hdqrs. Co. 89, 30th Div.; of Guilford County; son of E. N. and Mattie Stout. Entered service April 10, 1917, at Greensboro, N.C. Sent to Camp Sevier, S. C. Mustered out at Camp Sevier, S. C., March 18,...

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Stout, Hosea H., Jr. – Obituary

Hosea H. Stout, Jr., a resident of Lindsay, died there Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2000. He was 77. A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Lindsay-Strathmore Cemetery, with Alan Savage, president of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Lodge 3608, officiating. Mr. Stout was born in Mansfield, MO. He was a graduate of Strathmore Union High School. He was a retired foreman employed by Lindsay Olive Growers for 15 years. He was a resident of Lindsay for 67 years and was a member of the American Legion Post 128 and the Lindsay-Strathmore area Veterans of Foreign Wars. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Lodge 3608 in Exeter. He was a veteran of the Army having served during World War II with General George Patton’s 3rd Army Corp in the 8th Armored Division. He was at the Siegfried Line battle, the Battle of the Bulge and the D-Day allied invasion in Normandy. Survivors include his wife, Nadine Stout of Lindsay; a son, Michael Stout of Strathmore; two daughters, Kathryn Cassida of Lucerne Valley and Cynthia Crist of Oklahoma City, Okla.; three grandchildren; and two great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Mary Lou Stout in 1983. Arrangements are under the direction of Webb-Sanders Funeral Home. Contributed by: Shelli...

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Stout, Bertha Ethel Findley – Obituary

Graveside services for Bertha Stout, 87, of Lindsay will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Oliver Cemetery in Lindsay. Mrs. Stout died Monday [May 17, 1982] in a Lindsay hospital. She was a native of Mansfield, MO., and a 53-year resident of Lindsay. She was a homemaker and a member of Freewater Baptist Church in Lindsay. Surviving is a son, Hosea Stout of Lindsay, three grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Webb-Sanders Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Contributed by: Shelli...

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Stout, Hosea Homer – Obituary

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday from Webb Funeral Chapel for Hosie Homer Stout. Mr. Stout, 76, died last night in a Springville Hospital. He will be buried in Olive Cemetery. He was a native of Maryland, but had lived in the Lindsay-Strathmore area for the last 38 years, coming here with his family from Missouri. He was a long-time employee of the V. R. Smith Olive Co. before his retirement. In addition to his widow, Bertha [Findley], he leaves a son, Hosea Stout of Strathmore, and a daughter, Mrs. Hazel Knudtson of the Irvington District of Fremont. Three grandchildren also survive. Visalia Times Delta, February 18, 1966 Contributed by: Shelli...

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Biography of J. L. Stout

J. L. STOUT. – The proprietor of the townsite of Sea View on the weather beach, a city which boasts of a population of from five to eight thousand during the summer bathing season, is from the Buckeye state, having been born in Ohio in 1824. During his boyhood his father took him to Illinois; and he passed his early life on the frontier. he came up with a generation of men whose natural force and enterprise led them into the most exalted position in the great West which their energies had developed. While in Illinois he was ever restless, moving from county to county, and in the northern part of the state learned the trade of a cooper. He was married at an early age to Miss Abigail E. Beckwith, but at his home in Marshall county his wife and children suffered greatly from malarial sickness, his two oldest children dying. Those were also hard “Democratic times” as Mr. Stout expressed it; and for a poor man it was very difficult to advance. Having heard constantly of the gold of California, he determined to come to its mines and dig the precious metal for himself. Accordingly, in 1850, he crossed the plains, starting from the Missouri with a train of oxen late in April. He reached Hangtown, or Placerville, early in August, making a phenomenally speedy trip. Cholera...

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Stout, Ann Marie Willey, Mrs. – Obituary

Ann Marie Stout, 64, of Baker City, died May 18, 2009, at her home after a brief battle with cancer with her loving husband, Del, by her side. Her graveside service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Mount Hope Cemetery. Dale Bingham will officiate. Friends are invited to join the family for a reception at the Eagles Lodge, 2935 H St., after the service. Ann was born Oct. 27, 1944, at Whittier, Calif., to Tom and Danette Willey. She married Del Stout on September 12, 1964, in Covina, Calif. They had three children: Doug, Rick and Debbie; and in 1973 the couple decided they wanted to raise their children in a smaller, close-knit community. With little money in their pockets, they came to Baker City and bought a small farm just outside of town. Ann was a dedicated homemaker and took pride in raising her three children. She did whatever she could to make them happy and enjoyed seeing them smile. Once her daughter, Debbie, was finished with elementary school in 1982 Ann decided it was time to join the workforce and began an 11-year career as a secretary for Pioneer Bank in Baker City. She enjoyed working with the public and made some lifelong friends there. Ann was a very friendly person and one who always supported her husband and children on all their endeavors. After leaving...

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