In light of the season and in sharing with loved ones we provide you the opportunity to acquire these media items concerning our family legacy.
Proceeds benefit the William Stoutenburgh Historic House
CD 1916: Family Genealogy Charts by Walter Graeme Eliot We are very fortunate that Colonel Walter Graeme Eliot (married to Maud Stoutenburg) created the family genealogy charts. The project took him 15 years and was completed in 1916 – 99 years ago! Now, in the era of digital imaging, we have a CD containing all three charts (2 complete circles and one half-circle). No special software is required; you can zoom in on any part of the charts and read the fine print of the names, etc. You could also take the CD to a commercial printer and have copies made to frame and preserve for your children and grandchildren.$35.00
DVD OF 1991 VIDEO: “The History of Hyde Park”
Twenty-four years ago, Jim Spratt and Robert L. Stoutenburgh were interviewed by Cablevision for a video about the town of Hyde Park – from it’s beginning to the 1980’s. The hour-long video, now in DVD format, includes interesting information about the role of our family with the town. In the early years, the hamlet was surrounded by large estates; later Hyde Park was in the spotlight when President Roosevelt invited the British Royals to visit, and later still, when Eleanor Roosevelt died and was buried there.$35.00
DVD “Early Ancestors of the Stoutenburgh Family” Brand New! In this DVD, shown at the annual meeting in October, 2015 and produced by Judy Rose Productions of Poughkeepsie, NY, Marguerite Spratt, the widow of our former president, Jim Spratt, walks us through the early generations of our family. The association is delighted to offer this 30-minute video that begins with Pieter in New Amsterdam in the early 1600’s and explains the lineage that brought Jacobus to Hyde Park, his marriage to Margaret Teller, and highlights the stone house on Violet Avenue, built by his son William. $35.00
Order two or more items in any combination to receive a free membership to the STFA for 2016!
Ordering is easy. Just click on the link and print the form: STFA_Order_Form_3
IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO PRINT THE FORM YOU MAY SEND YOUR WRITTEN REQUEST BY US POSTAL SERVICE INDICATING THE DESIRED ITEM(s) and QUANTITY, THEN MAIL YOUR CHECK/MONEY ORDER TO:
Stoutenburgh-Teller Family Association
PO Box 365
Lenoir City, TN
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WE GREATLY APPRECIATE CYNTHIA RAWLINGS MATTHEWS’ DONATION
This striking rendition of the armorial design was created by Thomas Rawlings during the 1960’s as encouraged by his wife Thelma Stoutenburg Rawlings. To this day Cynthia still retains in her possession the crest which inspired this artwork, painted on silk, which carries the name “Stoutenborough” previously owned by her grandfather Nathan Stoutenburg.
In keeping with Mr. Rawlings’ intention to benefit the Stoutenburg-Teller Family Association with his creation, our enterprising president Pat Fox has made it possible for our members to acquire this distinctive armorial as applied to a number of useful items.
These include Tee- and sweatshirts, aprons, toddler clothes, teddy bears, drinkware, cloth bags, key chains, money clips…
In addition to making great gifts for your family members we hope to promote an awareness and interest to learn more about our family’s history.
Just click on this link: http://www.cafepress.com/stoutenburghtellerfamilyassociation
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