James was my 9th Great Granduncle, brother of Peter Stout, my 9th Great Grandfather - sons of Richard Stout & Penelope Van Princess. James b.1648 Gravescend, Kings Co. NY. Elizabeth b.05 Nov 1675 Gravesend, Long Island, NY,
He married Elizabeth Truax in Monmouth, New Jersey.Had 7 children - Joseph,Mercy,Elizabeth, Penelope, Anne, Benjamin and James Jr.
There seems to be no proof Elizabeth was a Truax as far as I know.
In the book "Old Times in Old Monmouth", on page 261- A court of Inquiry held at Shrewsbury for the Countie of Monmouth, the 27th of August 1700. Lewis Morris, President, Samuel Leonard, Jedediah Allen, Samuel Dennis, and Anthony Pintard Justices. The Grand Jury of inquirie for the present service were these: John Reid, Jeremiah Stillwell, John Slocum, Thomas Hewitt, Abiah Edwards, John West, John Leonard, Alexander Adam, Thomas Webley, Patrick Cannon, James Melven, Peter Embly, Samuel Hopenge (Hopping), William Layton, and William Hoge.*(The greater part of this Grand Jury are new men. Lewis Morris, no doubt, selected them through the Sheriff.) And having their engagement and their charge given them by the President, withdrew with a constable to attend them. The said Jury being called again, gave in the following presentments: August ye 27th, 1700. We, jurors, present Richard Salter, John Bray, James Stout, David Stout, Benjamin Stout, Cornelius Compton, William Bowne, Thomas Taylor, Thomas Hankinson, Jacob Van Dorn, Arian Bennett, Thomas Sharp, Benjamin Cook, Robert James, Thomas Estill, and Samuel, a servant of Salter for riotously assembling, on the 17th of July, and assaulting John Stewart, High Sheriff, and Henry Leonard, in the path near the house of Alexander Adam, and beat and grievously wounded the said persons, took their swords from them, carried them away and kept them, to the value of five pounds money of this Province, in the breach of the peace and terror of the Kings liege people. Signed in behalf of the rest by John Reid, Foreman. A Court of Sessions begun and held at Shrewsbury, on the fourth Tuesday in September, 1700. Lewis Morris President. Samuel Leonard, Samuel Dennis, Anthony Pintard, Justices. The Court being opened, Alexander Forman being bound by recognizance to appear at this Court, and be of good behaviour, made his appearance, and nothing appearing against him, he was acquitted. Eliezar Cottrell, being bound as above, made his appearance, and nothing appearing against him, he was acquitted. Arian Bennett and John Reid being bound by recognizance, dated the 1st day of August, 1700, each in the sum of ten pounds, that Arian Bennett should appear at this Court, and in meantime to be of good behaviour. Arian Bennett made his appearance. But since taking that recognizance, the Jury of Inquiry for the County, on the 7th of August, 1700, presented Richard Salter, John Bray, James Stout, David Stout, Benjamin Stout, Cornelius Compton, William Bowne, Thomas Taylor, Thomas Hankinson, Jacob Van Dorn, Arian Bennett, Thomas Estele, and Samuel, a servant to the aforesaid Salter. And the aforesaid Arian Bennett, for riotously assembling, on the 17th day of July, 1700, and assaulting John Stewart, the High Sheriff, and Henry Leonard, on the path near the house of Alexander Adams, and beat and grievously wounded the said persons, took their swords from them, and carried them away and kept them, to the value of five pounds, money of this Province, in breach of the peace, and terror of the King's liege people. The said Bennett, in open Court, confessed, that 'he was in company with the above named persons, when they beat the Sheriff. That they did beat and wound them and cracked their swords, but that he, Arian Bennett, was not aiding or assisting them with his own hands."
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