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The Kensington Runestone is a 202-pound slab of greywacke covered in runes on its face and side which, if genuine, would suggest that Scandinavian explorers reached the middle of North America in the 14th century. It was found in 1898 in the largely rural township of Solem, Douglas County, Minnesota, and named after the nearest settlement, Kensington.

The Kensington Rune Stone was discovered in 1898 by a Minnesota farmer who unearthed the stone while felling a tree. On it is inscribed the description of pre-Columbian people's arrival to American lands.

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Margaret Stout Rush (1802-?). She went to Miller County, Missouri with the Loveall family after her husband Henson Rush passed away in Kentucky in 1848. She is a descendant of Penelope & Richard Stout of New Jersey. Findagrave Memorial # 46945035

Margaret Stout Rush She went to Miller County, Missouri with the Loveall family after her husband Henson Rush passed away in Kentucky in She is a descendant of Penelope & Richard Stout of New Jersey.

Rebecca <i>Ashton</i> Stout

Rebecca <i>Ashton</i> Stout

Genealogical Date Concerning the Family of Captain Edward Brown of Newbury, Massachusetts ... from the Manuscript Autobiography of Samuel Tenney... by Samuel Tenney http://www.amazon.com/dp/1272231631/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_KIoywb09GA4N7

Genealogical Date Concerning the Family of Captain Edward Brown of Newbury, Massachusetts ... from the Manuscript Autobiography of Samuel Tenney... by Samuel Tenney http://www.amazon.com/dp/1272231631/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_KIoywb09GA4N7

Penelope and Richard Stout -

Penelope and Richard Stout -

Zebulon Montgomery Pike - Explorer, War of 1812 United States Army General. He is most remembered for his discovery of Pike's Peak in 1806. While Lewis and Clark explored the Northwest United States, he explored the upper Mississippi River. He would later explore what is now the Southwest portion of the Nation.

Zebulon Montgomery Pike - Explorer, War of 1812 United States Army General. He is most remembered for his discovery of Pike's Peak in 1806. While Lewis and Clark explored the Northwest United States, he explored the upper Mississippi River. He would later explore what is now the Southwest portion of the Nation.

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