Miss Carrie Stout Very Low
The Daily Telegram., May 28, 1906
Miss Carrie Stout is very ill at the home of her brother, Benjamin Brown Stout, and is not expected to live. Her death is expected at any hour. She has suffered for a year or more from paralysis.
MISS STOUT DIES AT HOME OF HER BROTHER
The Daily Telegram., May 29, 1906
The Clarksburg Telegram., June 01, 1906
Miss Carrie B. Stout died at the home of her brother, Benjamin Brown Stout, Clarksburg, at two o’clock Tuesday morning, after an illness of two months from a paralytic stroke and a complication of diseases.
Miss Stout was born below Bridgeport August 2, 1838, and was in the 68th year of her age. Surviving her are four brothers and one sister, John R. and Lemuel E. Stout, of Bridgeport, Benjamin B. Stout, of Clarksburg, E. Porter Stout, of Freemansburg, and Mrs. George Wolfe, of West Milford.
The deceased made her home with Benjamin Brown Stout all her life. She was a consistent member of the Methodist Episcopal church and was an exemplary woman, loved by all who knew her and the many who were objects of her charity and kindness.
The funeral will be conducted at the residence at 3 o’clock Wednesday afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Chidester, of West Milford, and interment will be at the Odd Fellows’ Cemetery in Clarksburg.