This is where I shall list those holders of the surname who I have not been able to connect to any of the existing branches. Hopefully it won’t be too big a list!…And then of course I hope that you dear readers can fill in some of the gaps so that these twigs get reattached to their correct branches!!
John Shout FeatherMerchant of 25 Bartholomews Close in Wakefields Merchant and Tradesman General Directory dated 1794
Thomas Shout miller buried at Birdsall, Yorkshire 10th January 1729
also William Shout baptised at Birdsall 6th March 1728, mother recorded as Catherine but no father listed
The Genealogist site has the will of Benjamin Shout, of London, Distiller dated 1699. He identifies his father – also Benjamin, as well as wife Sarah and daughter Elizabeth. I think these are the earliest holders of the name in London found so far. But who are they related to??
Joseph Shout, greengrocer of Molton St – could this be the same individual as is recorded in the 1851 census living at 14 Cheshire St in Bethnal Green, with wife Mary Ann (1806), daughter Mary Ann (1830), Jane (1835), Sarah (1837), Emma (1844), William (1846), Ellen (1849) – all born in Middlesex
Thomas Tinmouth married Philis Shout 28th November 1789 at St Katherines by the Tower (London)
William Shoute of Kirkby Ravensworth, Saddler and Harness Maker declared Bankrupt as reported in the Durham Chronicle 9th December 1842. Kirkby Ravensworth is close enough to Richmond to be significant!
Marriages found in Sunderland from Boyds Index. the first is
Hannah Shout to George Wilkinson in 1779, then
Elizabeth Shout married Thomas Watson in 1782 and lastly
Lanyell (or Lanial or Lionel) Shout married Mary Shepherd (or Shipherd) in 1811.
ANN ELIZABETH SHOUT
extract from York Herald dated 23 January 1858
who was this – what was the connection of Ann Bonwell to the Shouts??
Bilsdale lies between Stokesley and Helmsley . For Ann Elizabeth to be the niece she must be the daughter of a sister of Ann, who married a Shout. The only similar name I have in my records is BONNEL, but unfortunately that is also an ANN and she married William Shout in 1788 which is much too early for the relationships to work in this case. Ann Bonwell appears to have been born around 1778 -80 according to the 1851 census, although in 1841 she is recorded as 50, which would put her birth between 1785 -90…In the 1851 census she is living with her widowed sister Elizabeth Hill (age72) but I can’t find any other trace of them.
Robert Shout and his daughter Charlotte
Charlotte’s acceptance into the Freedom of the City of London on the basis of her father’s patrimony in 1834. Follow up with the Needlemakers Guild shows that Robert was admitted to the guild in 1780.
But who was he and what happened to Charlotte?
An item in Durham County Advertiser dated 10th September 1830 says “Yesterday in Vine St aged 72 Mr Robert Shout, foreman at Sunderland Pier and brother to the late Mr Matthew Shout, civil engineer, formerly of that place”
If this is indeed the brother of Mathew then who was the grocer who went bankrupt?
In Sunderland I have a record of Thomas Shout and his wife Isabella having their son Thomas Harland Shout christened on 5th October 1790 at Spring Garden Lane Presbyterian Chapel. He was born on 1st October 1790.
I believe that Thomas senior was a Landing Surveyor who superintended the landing waiters, probably at Sunderland Customs house. I have thus far not found any further details on marriage or other children. I would have thought it unlikely that in this position he would have been “local” as the risk of corruption might be too great. But where might he have come from? I don’t have any spare Thomases that might be him…Was Harland her maiden name?…_
I have examined the register of births at Spring Garden Lane Baptist Church (on microfilm at Tyne & Wear Archives and found two other children to the couple – namely Alexander Jonathon born 4th December 1791 and baptised 14th following; and Eliza born 5th March 1793 and baptised 18th of same month.
This is further confused by a burial entry at Sunderland Holy Trinity church for James Shout in 1798 aged about 49, whose occupation is described as Customs House Officer! Could this be a mistake in the register which should have been for Thomas?
Burials, Sunderland District – Record Number: 383138.2
Church: Holy Trinity
07 Dec 1802 Elizabeth Shout, of East Street, age: 2 years 4 months, died 05 Dec 1802, daughter of James Shout (mariner) & Elizabeth Mills (his wife)
JOHN SHOUT reported in Morning Post 5th March 1889
John Shout, labourer, was brought up to be dealt with as an incorrigible rogue and vagabond. Mr Joseph Bosley, Mendicity Officer, informed the court that the prisoner was in the habit of begging of ladies as they were leaving shops in the Strand, and knowing him to be a very violent person he procured assistance and took him into custody. He had been several times convicted. A sentence of 12 months hard labour was passed.
Birth Date 1926
Marriage Date Not Available
Death Date 1966
Cemetery Name Cimetière de Les Petites Franciscaines de Marie
H C Shout born c1870 migration to Australia 1901. (The only H C Shout i have recorded was born 1834)
Joseph Shout buried Westminster 2 Dec 1799. Entered in the Westminster Rate Books between 1776 – 1788
Bartholomew Shout and Hannah Joams? married October 23rd 1718 London
Harriet A Shout a 15yr old house servant in 1861 census for Thanet born Birchington Kent