Tag Archives: Stout

New Photos of My Great-Grandparents–Claude and Elsie Reynolds Stout

kst1969   May 10, 2011   Comments Off on New Photos of My Great-Grandparents–Claude and Elsie Reynolds Stout

Tonight, I was working through my scanned images of the photos from my grandmother Gwendolyn Stout Thompson and found some images that I didn’t realize I had!  These images add to my small collection of photos of my great-grandmother, Elsie Reynolds Stout.  I have previously only known about a few photos, most of which were out of focus or don’t… Read more »

Treasure Chest Thursday: Photo of Jonothan Benjamin and Sarah Lydia Gabbard Stout

kst1969   January 13, 2011   Comments Off on Treasure Chest Thursday: Photo of Jonothan Benjamin and Sarah Lydia Gabbard Stout

This is one of the very few photos that were in my Grandma Thompson’s boxes of photos and clippings that had anything written on it to identify the people or places in the photos. It is of my 2nd Great-Grandfather Jonothan Benjamin and 2nd Great-Grandmother Sarah Lydia Gabbard Stout. Not a great photograph in terms of photography quality but a… Read more »

Surname Saturday: Stout

kst1969   November 19, 2010   Comments Off on Surname Saturday: Stout

My father’s mother was Gwen Stout Thompson and her father was Claude James Stout whose father was Jonothan Benjamin Stout whose father was James Madison Stout whose father was Jonothan Stout.  All of these Stouts lived at least part of their lives in Madison County, Arkansas. The Internet Surname Database shows the following as the origins of the Stout Surname:… Read more »

Adding my personal family information!

kst1969   October 17, 2009   Comments Off on Adding my personal family information!

Today, I spent a little time entering some family sources into my genealogy!  I got my birth certificate and my hospital birth certificate added to my genealogy software.  I also added my great-grandparents tombstones and the funeral cards.  I added in the census for my great-grandmother Elsie Louise Reynolds Stout  for 1920 when she was living with her grandmother Sarah… Read more »