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The strain of these rugged trips across the Alleghenies told on his family, and Amelia and James sickened and died. On Mary's final visit to Pennsylvania, McNeal's parents told her to stay with her family when she got back to Ohio, because McNeal was restless and would be happy no place for long. She took that advice and began to support herself at tailoring. McNeal then abducted the children, taking them to Hillsboro, in neighboring Highland County, where he was living with another woman. That was in 1835.
The next in age, Thomas, served in the French and Indian War, and was with Wolfe, in 1759, at the siege of Quebec, where he was wounded in the same action in which Wolfe fell. The name Wolfe thus was coupled with that of Rex Stout's forebears before it was coupled with his own. Mary, John Noblit's youngest child, was two when John died. In 1763, her mother, now remarried, took her with her to North Carolina, where they were received by Cane Creek Monthly Meeting. Mary was twentyone when she married Charles Stout.
A man named Puntenny was joint purchaser. John and Lucetta Stout came to Noblesville from Girard, Kansas, where Ruth, their fifth child, had been born on June 14. John had been superintendent at Tipton in 1878 and at Greenfield in 1882. His friend and kinsman David Overmyer had moved to Kansas that same year, and David's account of the state's attractions induced John to follow him there. Since Girard was a publishing center and Kansas was good to its editors — later putting more of them in the governor's chair and in the Senate than any other state in the Union — John Stout may have gone to Girard to begin his new career in publishing.