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Wessell Ten Broeck Stout Imlay


Hereditary Member, admitted 1885

Wessell Ten Broeck Stout Imlay
14th Secretary of the New Jersey Society 1895-1910

5th Assistant Secretary of the New Jersey Society of the Cincinnati
In office
1894 — 1895
Preceded by William Pancoast Barber
Succeeded by William McKnight Reckless
14th Secretary of the New Jersey Society of the Cincinnati
In office
1895 — 1910
Preceded by William Chetwood Spencer
Succeeded by Lewis Dunham Boggs

Great grandson of propositus Wessel Ten Broeck Stout. Assistant Secretary of the Society of the Cincinnati in New Jersey 1894-1895 and Secretary 1895-1910. Born in New York, NY on 23 Aug 1850 and died in Brooklyn, NY on 9 Jun 1910. Grammar School Principal of Public School 37, Brooklyn, NY. Worked in the Department of Education for 30 years. Member of the Sons of the Revolution. [Sources: ; (98); (C); Obit. “New York Times” newspaper 10 Jun 1910. Pic: Triennail photo 1887 and Triennial photo 1896.]

Mr. Imlay was the great grandson of Wessel Stout.

Succession

Propositus

Wessel Stout
Original Member
( — )

Predecessors

Private
Admitted 1824
Private
Admitted 1857
Wessell Ten Broeck Stout Imlay
Great grandson
(1850 — 1910)
Admitted 1885

Successors

Private
Admitted 1910
Private
Admitted 1948
Private
Admitted 1975