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Re: Stoutamires of S.C. USA
Posted by: rdunbar Date: April 08, 2000 at 09:28:36
In Reply to: Stoutamires of S.C. USA by Gennie Kennedy of 37

John Stoutamire was a veteran of the American Revolution. He was drafted and sent to Charleston under Col Flood. Next, he was under Col Hartley and was sent to Orangeburg . Again he was drafted and served under Captain Frierson and was sent to Black Swamp. He became a cattle driver for Gen Greene and was taken prisoner by the British and held 15 days. Afterwards, he joined Gen Marion and was at Biggins Church.(DAR Records) John Stoutamire (c1730-aft1840) was listed by name in the 1840 census as a Rev War Vet still alive. He was living with John, Jr. at the time.
John Stoutamire's daughter, Nancy 1792-1872, married John Grooms(Sr) 1792-1852. It was probably John Stoutamire, Jr.'s daughter, Agnes Elizabeth 1816-1887, who married John Grooms,Jr.
Now, who are the parents of John Grooms (Sr)


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