Family: Stout, Hosea / Taylor, Louisa (F23336)

m. 29 Nov 1840

Family Chart     |    PDF

Stout, Joseph
Male (1773-1839)
Smith, Anna
Female (1778-1824)
Stout, Allen Joseph
Male (1815-1889)
Stout, Anna
Female (1806-1886)
Taylor, William
Male (1787-1839)
Patrick, Elizabeth
Female (1793-1880)
Taylor, John
Male (1812-1896)
Taylor, Allen
Male (1814-1891)
Taylor, Julia Ann
Female (1815-1898)
Taylor, Julia Ann
Female (1815-1898)
Taylor, Ann
Female (1821- )
Taylor, Elizabeth Ann
Female (1821-1906)
Taylor, Joseph
Male (1825-1900)
Taylor, Mary Ann
Female (1817-1842)
Stout, Hosea
Male (1810-1889)
Taylor, Louisa
Female (1819-1853)
Stout, Lydia Sarah
Female (1841-1842)
Stout, William
Male (1843-1846)
Stout, Hyrum Hosea
Male (1844-1846)
Stout, Louisa
Female (1846-1847)
Stout, Elizabeth Ann
Female (1848-1935)
Stout, Hosea Jr
Male (1850-1918)
Stout, Eli Harvey
Male (1851-1925)
Stout, Joseph
Male (1852-1853)


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