Anthony Daniel Trout
(1751-1844)

 

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Mary Catherine Grubb

Anthony Daniel Trout

  • Born: 12 Dec 1751, Tryon County, North Carolina 553
  • Marriage: Mary Catherine Grubb on 31 Aug 1790 in Rockingham County, Virginia 553
  • Died: 21 Feb 1844, Harrison, Harrison, Indiana at age 92 553
  • Buried: Trout Cemetery, Harrison, Harrison, Indiana 553

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Military Service. 553
1777 - 1782 Revolutionary War
Anthony enlisted at Tryon County Courthouse, in North Carolina as Private in Captain Henry Hampton's Company, Colonel Thomas Sumter's 6th Rifle Regiment of the South Carolina Line for five years. He also served for an additional 6 months in Colonel Elijah Clarke's Regiment of Georgia's militia.

The Revolution War battles he was part of include Charlestown, North Carolina in 1780 and on the Ashley River. He was wounded at Guilford Courthouse, North Carolina on 15 Mar 1781. He also fought at Eutaw Springs, South Carolina on 8 Sep 1781. He was involved in 14 skirmishes or battles overall.

He was dischared in Augusta, Georgia.

Pension Application 14 AUG 1832 Harrison County, Indiana, W9863; BLW #26294-160-55

His pension became effecitve 27 AUG 1833 in Harrison County, Indiana of $80 per year

Pension Records: Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files, page 3540
Anthony Daniel Trout, Georgia & South Carolina lines, Mary Catherine, W9863, BLW #26294-160-55, soldier was born 24 Dec 1751, soldier lived in Tyron County the part that became Rutherford Co., North Carolina at enlistment, applied 14 Aug 1832 Harrison Co., Indiana and he died there 21 or 22 Feb 1844, soldier had married Mary Catherine Grubb (her name also shown as Marian Cate Grubb) on 31 Aug 1790 in Rockingham Co., Virginia and she was born 15 Dec 1775, widow applied 23 Oc t 1845 in Harrison Co., Indiana, children were: Catherine Elizabeth born 9 Oct 1791, Peggy born in 1795, Mary born 28 Dec 1799, David bor n 26 Dec 1802, and Marian Sophier born 18 Feb 1808, also one Mary Blume was referred to as soldiers daughter (no date on her), in 1869 one Maryann Blume of Harrison Co., Indiana was a witness for soldiers widow, widow had applied for BLW on 16 April 1855 in Harrison Co., Indiana.
A Copy of this Document

• Dates & Events. 553
Around 1766, he was taken prisoner by Indians when he was about 14 years old and held for some time. This was according to his pension report.

• DNA: Trout-DNA site.

• Dates & Events.
Daniel Trout is listed as a head of a house hold in 1785 in the Histroy of Shenandoah County, Virgina, by John Walter Wayland on page 224.

• Web References:
Daniel Trout's grave site.
Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons


Daniel married Mary Catherine Grubb, daughter of Daniel Grubb and Elizabeth, on 31 Aug 1790 in Rockingham County, Virginia.553 (Mary Catherine Grubb was born on 12 Dec 1775 in Augusta County, Virginia 554, christened on 8 Oct 1776 in Lutheran Reformed Union Church, died on 4 Sep 1870 in Harrison, Harrison, Indiana 553 and was buried in Luther Chapel Cemetery, Harrison, Harrison, Indiana.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

• Marriage. 553
The Marriage Bond was made on 28 Aug 1790 in Rockingham County, Virgina. It reads Daniel Trout and Daniel Grubb £50 current money, surety marriage to Catherine Grubb, daughter of Daniel Grubb.

The Marriage Ceremony took place on 31 AUG 1790 in by Abraham Deshler, Lutheran Minister, Rockingham County, VA


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