Bon Jellico Families

The James Stout Family
By Betty Stout Oser
Submitted by Alene Kirklin Horner


    James Stout was born in Cookville, Tennessee. Tennie Dunham was born in Sparta, Tennessee. They were married in 1907 and had ten children. There were:

James Author (Dick); Dick married Martha Hinkle. They had one son.
Malcolm R. (Tom); Tom married Dorothy West. They had six children.
Carl Morris (Harry); Harry married Elizabeth Covington. They had three children.
John married Virginia Varnado. They had three children.
Monroe married Margaret Siler. They had four children.
Louise married Andy Pred. They had two children.
Betty married Paul Oser. They had one son.
Harriet (Boots) married Richard Shipwash. They had three children.
Willene married Ira Elliott. They had three children.
Gibb died June 6, 1944 on D-Day in Normandy, France.

    James and Tennie came to Bon Jellico in 1918 from Crawford, Tennessee where Jim worked in the mine. The first four boys were born before they moved to Bon. The family lived at Bon until the closing in 1937; then they bought the house they lived in and lived on there for some time. Jim was a foreman and he also opened the mine each morning. He had a long key chain with many keys; he was never absent from his job.

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