The Hout Family for Two Hundred and Twenty-seven Years, Ten Generations, 1725 to 1952: Johann Georg Haudt, Anglicized to John George Hout; His Four Sons, Jacob, Peter, George Michael, Rudolph, and Their Descendants, Berkeley County, Virginia, Now in West Virginia

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