Ira Stout Compton

Ira Stout Compton
b. 19 July 1810 Hamilton Co., Ohio
d. 7 May 1884 Montgomery Co, Indiana
bur. Bunker Hill Cemetery (formerly Stonebraker), Montgomery Co., Indiana

Ira Stout Compton

Ira Stout Compton

m/1.
Martha Campbell
d. 1840 Montgomery Co., Indiana

m/2. 8 Feb 1849 Montgomery Co., Indiana
Judith Vaughn
b. 26 July 1821 Alamo, Montgomery Co., Indiana
d. 18 Oct 1893 Montgomery Co., Indiana
bur. Bunker Hill Cemetery (formerly Stonebraker), Montgomery Co., Indiana
*Ira was Judith’s second husband. Her first was William A. Stonebraker

Children with Martha Campbell

  • Hannah (1836-)
  • Jane (1838-)

Children with Judith Vaughn

  • Hampton (1850-)
  • Newton (1852-)
  • Leah (1854-)
  • Martha (1861-1930) m. James Wilson Lee

Ira was born in Ohio to Nathan Compton and Sarah Jane Hawkins. He was settled in Montgomery County, Indiana by the 1840s and married first, Martha Campbell, and then Judith Vaughn. Judith was the daughter of James Vaughn and Nancy Jones. Both Ira and Judith are buried at Bunker Hill Cemetery.

Submitted by:
Sandra Rackard
Mobile, AL
E-mail: SRackard@bellsouth.net

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One thought on “Ira Stout Compton

  1. ROSALIE DEMARTINO

    5/20/2015: DID THE STOUT FAMILY LIVE IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY? I’M LOOKING FOR A “STOUT” ANCESTOR, WHOSE MIDDLE NAME WAS INCLUDED IN MY GREAT-GRANDPA, HEZEKIAH “STOUT” DENHAM, BN. 1802-TN–DD. 1886-IA; HE WAS MARRIED IN HARRISON COUNTY, IN, 30 JUNE, 1824, TO WINNEY (LITTLE/LITTELL), BN. 1803-GA–DD. 1863-IA; PERHAPS HE WAS A MATERNAL OR PATERNAL GRANDSON OF A “STOUT” HOOSIER.
    THANK YOU FOR HELPING: ROSALIE DEMARTINO

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