George M. and Rosa Alice (Wolfe) Stout, 6 North 52 West
Bessie Ada Stout claimed two quarters in section 2, 6N 52W in 1920.
Ardella May Stout claimed 40 acres in section 2, 6N 52W in 1920.
James Gordon Rimmer, was born in England on May 12, 1886, and immigrated to the United States in 1911. Trained as a pharmacist, he served as head of the Madison College chemistry department for many years. In addition, Rimmer was an organist and inventor. He developed plans for an organ blower and grain grinding mill, the latter for which he obtained a patent.
Rimmer married Laura Stout in 1923 with whom he had three children. He died in 1962 after a two year illness.
Laura Stout Rimmer was born May 17, 1886, in Commiskey, Indiana. She worked for both Madison College and the affiliated sanitarium. Laura Rimmer died November 13, 1976, at her daughter’s home in Baroda, Michigan.
James Richard Rimmer was born January 7, 1926 in Madison, Tennessee. Graduating from both Madison College Academy and Southern Missionary College, he worked for Southern Publishing Association, the Madison College print shop, and Tennessee Christian Medical Center (Madison Hospital). He died January 9, 1998, in Madison, Tennessee.
Constance Helena Rimmer Tiffany was born S eptember 11, 1927 in Madison, Tennessee.
Diploma, Paradise Valley Hospital, 1951. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Education, Bachelor in Home Economic, Walla Walla College, 1954. Master of Arts, Walla Walla College, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy, Indiana University, 1977.
Staff nurse Memorial Hospital, St. Joseph, Michigan. Instructor nursing New England Sanitary & Hospital, Melrose, Massachusetts. Staff nurse Walla Walla (Washington) General Hospital.
Professor emeritus Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan.
Andrew Gordon Rimmer, third child of James Gordon and Laura Rimmer, was born December 14, 1928, in Madison, Tennessee. After attending various denominational and self-supporting academies, he finished his education with a degree in Industrial Arts from Southern Missionary College. After graduation in 1955, he helped found Harbert Hills Academy where he taught Bible and Industrial Arts. Andrew Rimmer unexpectedly died at his home in Savannah, Tennessee on August 29, 1993.
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