Name: George Washington Stout
Birth: 25 FEB 1830 in Dayton, Ohio OR Greenville, IL.
Death: 30 JAN 1908 in Alamosa, CO.
Note: mitral regurgatation (heart valve failure), Chronic tuphrites?, supportive cystites (bladder infection)
Burial: Alamosa Mun. Cem.
Note: Hotel Owner, Millwright, Work on Farm, Stage Driver
Change Date: 2 AUG 2005
Value of personal estate $600
Owner of "Valley House," the largest hotel in 100 miles (Pueblo, CO.). Valley house was located at the intersection of 2nd Street and Sante Fe Ave.
"One of the pioneer stage drivers on the plains as early as 1864, and was among the volunteers who helped stop Indian depredations near Colorado City in the early 1850's. He drove on the old Santa Fe stage route, and was one of the first stage drivers for Barlow and Sanderson in the San Juan in the early 70's"
"Born in Greenville, Il., and came to Colorado in 1865 and was a pioneer stage driver and manager for a number of early day stage-coach lines"
Moved to Alamosa bef. 1880 - (census - "Millwright")., , ,
Father: Henry Cooper Stout b: 2 OCT 1801 in Belleville, St. Clair, Ill.
Mother: Cynthia Ann Roberts b: 1 MAR 1802 in Tennesee
Mary Elizabeth Henry b: 27 APR 1833 in Uniontown, PA.
14 SEP 1860
Unparsed GEDCOM data:
1 _STAT MARRIED
- Fanny Burt Stout b: 6 FEB 1873 in Pueblo, CO.
- George Washington Stout b: OCT 1871 in Pueblo, CO.