LaMont Adelbert Warner (1876-1970) and his sister, Mary (1880-1967), were grandchildren of Julia Marie Stoutenburg and great grandchildren of Peter T. Stoutenburg and his wife, Lydia Borden.
I came across an article printed in 1940 about an explosion at The Golden State Fireworks & Display Company on Stoutenborough Lane in Redondo Beach, California.
Mary Elizabeth Stoutenburgh was the daughter of William Luke Stoutenburgh and his wife, Mary Dutton. She married Robert Arnet Quin who became the chaplain at Sailors’ Snug Harbor on Staten Island.
There’s a Stoutenburgh house in Pasadena! It’s true. The house, built in 1893, was designed by Thomas Fellows and owned by John B. Stoutenburgh. It is built in the Queen Anne-Eastlake style. The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
Here’s a surprising bit of family history I happened to stumble across while researching Margaret Teller. It concerns another relative named Rebecca Watson who married Dr. Abraham Stoutenburg in 1784 and then later took their son and left the man.
Written between 1902 and 1907 this work consists of ten leaflets by Henry Augustus Stoutenburgh (1842-1919.) Volumes 1 and 2 published by the Press of E. Storer, Volumes 3 through 10 by Knickerbocker Press.
When the Woodstock String Quartet played its concert at the Woodstock Town Hall for the benefit of the village Methodist Church recently, the entire concert was played on instruments made by Harry Stoutenburgh, descendent of one of the oldest Hudson valley families, famous as a violin maker.
A list of Canadian Stoutenburghs in the Thornbury/Clarksburg Union Cemetery.
A Stoutenburgh descendant, Judge John Howland Wood, Jr., was the first federal judge assassinated in the United States.
Thomas Suckley and his wife, Catherine Bowne, were wealthy residents of New York City who wanted a retreat from the city. In 1852, they purchased a 35-acre sheep pasture that was part of Mary Rutherford Garrettson’s Wildercliff estate on the Hudson River. They built an Italianate style home, which...
Not all Stoutenburgh descendants carry the Stoutenburgh surname. Yet many of these people have some fascinating backgrounds.