Hi Joyce I will post the Stout's that are listed on the Dawes Rolls for you and anyone else on the forum that may be intersted in that line.
SURNAME: STOUTDAWES#CENSUS#AGEDIB MARTHA122935130321/2 RUSSELLS12294513041/4 JOHN W.144D138D67FULL ELIZA144D138D72FULL JOHN R150D143D59FULL SUSIE151D143D41FULL MARY A300911927501/8 LOUISA J300921927191/16 SUSAN M300941927141/16 SAMUEL J300951927121/16 JAMES W.300961927101/16 JOHN H30097192761/16 ABRAM314621060820FULL FRANK314631060816FULL MAMIE314641060814FULL EDWARD31465106085FULL
The D after some of the roll numbers stands for the Delaware Indians that were adopted into the Cherokee Nation.
Ages for adults are calculated to September 1, 1902, Minors ages are calculated to March 4, 1906.
You can see the separate family units by the Census numbers.
If you or anyone else see's a name on there that looks interesting let me know and I will send the rest of the information.My book also has the Miller Roll number and the Miller Application number as well as the town and state they lived in at the time of enrollment.All of the Stout's lived in Oklahoma at the time of enrollment.
Joyce, Wayne Carden checked the "Cherokee By Blood" books I had written you about, regarding the Sooter name.There were none listed.I will go Saturday though and check on the Stouts for you and make copies of what I can find.
Yes I have seen and made copies of the Pioneer Papers you are talking about.They are interesting aren't they.