Peter VanDyke1

M, #12, b. say 1760, d. before August 1816

Last Edited23 Feb 2009

Birth*say 1760 1 
Marriage*say 1780 Principal=Elizabeth Unknown2 
Marriage*10 December 1791 Culpeper County, Virginia, Bride=Rachel Anna Stout3,4 
Death*before August 1816 Shelby County, Kentucky2 
Land Deed*12 June 1787 Culpeper County, Virginia, 88 1/2 Acres of land || with provisions for Peter Sr to occupy a room in the house until his death. (This land was later deeded to Jacob STOUT when Reuben took off for Kentucky), Grantee1=Reuben1 Stout, Witness=Aaron1 Stout5 
Will*1 May 1816 Shelby County, Kentucky, recorded Aug 1816, Witness=William Stout, Witness=Joseph1 Stout, heir=Elizabeth VanDyke2 

Family 1

Elizabeth Unknown b. say 1762, d. before 1791

Family 2

Rachel Anna Stout b. say 1767, d. say 1847

Family 3




  1. [S129] Mrs. Eula Richardson Hasskarl, compiler, Shelby County, Kentucky Marriages 1792-1833 (Route 4, Box 268, Ada, Oklahoma 74820: Self Published, May, 1983), William Stout and Mary VanDyke, daughter of Peter VanDyke (Bond: Joseph Stout). Hereinafter cited as Shelby KY Marriages I.
  2. [S133] Charles M. Franklin, compiler, Shelby County, Kentucky, Wills and Estates 1792-1817 (Address Not Known: Self Published, 1987), Page 33:
    VANDYKE, Peter Sr. / Will Book 3 p. 453
    Dated 1 May 1816 / Recorded Aug, 1816
    Wife Elizabeth Vandyke

    Son William Vandyke
    Son Richard Vandyke
    Son Henry Vandyke
    Son Abraham Vandyke
    Son-in-law William Stout
    Son-in-law Matthias Corbin
    Dau. Nancy Vandyke
    Son Peter Vandyke
    Son-in-law Joseph Stout
    Son-in-law Joseph McGrew

    Exec. William Vandyke, Richard Vandyke, Henry Vandyke
    Wit. Philip W. Taylor, Wm. Marquis. Hereinafter cited as Shelby KY Wills & Estates I.
  3. [S145] Herald F. Stout, Stout and Allied Families (Dover, Ohio: Eagle Press, 1951), Page 42, Entry E4-62-6

    E4-62-6 #E 3-62
    JONATHAN STOUT 1723 --
    m 1744 w Elizabeth Hixon (Hixson)
    Probably lived in Hunterdon co., N. J.
    c. Rebecca 1753-1788 E5-62-60.5 m h Ralph Drake, b. Hopewell, N.J.
    Benjamin 1756-1827 E 5-62-61
    Reuben 1757 -- E 5-62-62
    m 8/1/1784 w Mary Van Dyke +Culpepper co., Va.
    Ann E 5-62-62.5
    m h Ephriam Hart
    Mary E 5-63-62.6
    m h Garret Van Dyke
    Jonathan 1771-1841 E 5-62-63
    Rachel Anna E 5-62-63.5
    m 12/10/1791 h Peter Van Dyke
    Aaron E 5-62-64
    Enoch E 5-62-65
    Catherine unmarried. Hereinafter cited as StoutBook.
  4. [S149] Catherine Lindsay Knorr, compiler, Marriages of Culpeper County, Virginia, 1781-1815 (Virginia: Catherine Lindsay Knorr, 1954), 10 December 1791. Peter VAN DYKE and Anne Stout. Minister, William Mason, Baptist. p 91. Hereinafter cited as Culpeper Marriages 1781-1815.
  5. [S146] Culpeper County Deeds 1787-1788: Culpeper County Deeds 1787-1788, Pages 83-85

    This indenture made this 12th day of June in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighty seven Between PETER VANDYKE of the County of Culpeper of the one part and REUBEN STOUT and MARY his Wife of the other part Witnesseth that PETER VANDYKE in consideration of the natural love good will and affection wich he hath and doth bear for REUBEN STOUT And MARY his Wife and in consideration of the sum of Five shillings current money of Virginia to them in hand paid, by these presents doth give bargain and sell unto REUBEN STOUT & MARRY his Wife (my Son in Law and Daughter) a parcel of land in said County containing by estimation Eighty eight acres and a half be the same more or less and is bounded, Beginning at two white and two read Oaks, South Eighteen degrees West one hundred and fifty poles to a white Oak in WILLIAMS line, corner to SHEARWOOD, thence with this line North Eighty nine degrees West seventy poles to three small Maples and a small Gum in the head of a branch, thence North nine degrees East one hundred and forty poles, thense to ROBERT SLAUGHTERs line in a Old Field, thence with his line to the beginning, Together with all houses improvements and advantages to the same belonging and the rents issues and profits thereof. To have and to hold the said land with the appurtenances unto REUBEN STOUT & MARY his Wife their heirs, and PETER VANDYKE doth here by warrant the title of the said land & premises free from the claims of any persons whatever. In Witness whereof he hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year above written Sealed & Delivered in the presence of
    AARON his mark + STOUT
    the said REUBEN STOUT to let PETER VANDDYKE SENR. have peaceable possession of the large room in the House during his life; In Witness whereof I set my hand and seal this 12th day of June 1787,
    At a Court held for Culpeper County June 18th 1787
    This Indented Deed of Gift from PETER VANDYKE to REUBEN STOUT and MARY his Wife was proved by the oaths of JOHN WILLIAMS, JAMES WILLIAMS, and AARON STOUT, witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded Teste JOHN JAMESON, Cl Cur, unknown, unknown. Hereinafter cited as DeedsVACulpeper1787-1788.
  6. [S129] Mrs. Eula Richardson Hasskarl, Shelby KY Marriages I, STOUT, Robert and Martha (Patsey) VANDYKE, dau. of Peter Vandyke, M-1 Aug 1822, B-James Vandyke..