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Joseph Stout

生日 (79)
出生地 Middletown, Monmouth County, Province of East Jersey
逝世 1766年10月22日 (79)
Hopewell, Hunterdon County, Province of New Jersey
葬于 Unknown
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Jonathan StoutAnna Stout之子
Ruth Stout的丈夫
John Stout; James Stout; Anna Stout; Joseph Stout, Jr.; Mary Runyon另外4个之父
William Stout; Frances Stout; Sarah Smith; Benjamin Stout, Sr.; Freegift Stout另外9个的兄弟

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About Col. Joseph Stout

Joseph Stout was a colonel in the New Jersey Militia and made several campaigns against the Indians.

Hunt House- 595 Province Line Road, Built by Colonel Joseph Stout and later owned by John Price Hunt, the house was a meeting place for George Washington and his officers.[

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On the historic spot where the First Baptist church of Hope well was first organized in April 23, 1715, Col. Joseph Stout had his heart set on having the first meeting house erected in 1747; it to be built on the site where the church was organized. But the original site was not centrally locate d, and would be very inconvenient for the great majority of the congregation to reach and his proposition was overwhelmingly defeated.

The old Colonel felt so humiliated at his defeat, and so indignant and disappointed that he resolved to build a house larger than the whole congregation could build. In 1752 he carried out his resolution, and built a stone mansion five feet larger each way than the meeting house, making it thirty-five by forty-five, with two stories and a basement, giving it a very imposing appearance from the south. In 1782, Col. Stout's son, Joseph, offered this fine property for sale with the following advertisement as it appeared in the Trenton Gazette.

"TO BE SOLD, at public vendue, on Wednesday the 27th day of March 1782, on the premises, a very valuable plantation on which Col. Joseph Stout deceased, dwelt, now in tenure of Mr. John P. Hunt, situated in Hopewell Township, Hunterdon County, containing by estimation 296 acres of good land , 200 or more of which are cleared, the rest well timbered and watered with a number of good springs, has a quantit y of good mowing ground, and more could be made with a little expense."

"On the premises are a large stone house two stories with nine rooms, well finished, six fireplaces and a large entry through the centre."

"A cellar and a cellar kitchen, a well of excellent water at the door, a stone barn, and other outbuildings, an orchard of grafted fruit, apples, peaches, pears, cherries of the best kind, and a variety of other fruits."

"The situation is very healthy and pleasant and would suit a gentleman or farmer."

"The vendue will begin at twelve of the clock on said day , when attendance will be given and conditions made known b y Joseph Stout."

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Col. Joseph Stout的年谱

1686
1686年10月25日
Middletown, Monmouth County, Province of East Jersey
1706
1706年7月27日
19岁
Hopewell, Mercer , New Jersey
1707
1707年
20岁
Middletown,Monmouth,New Jersey
1710
1710年
23岁
Middletown,Monmouth,New Jersey
1720
1720年
33岁
Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey, USA
1720年
33岁
Middletown,Monmouth,New Jersey
1720年
33岁
Hopewell, Hunterdon County, Province of West Jersey
1723
1723年
36岁
Middletown, Monmouth County, Province of East Jersey
1725
1725年
38岁
Middletown, Monmouth County, Province of New Jersey