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Personal factsEdit

  • Occupation: Actor

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ParentsEdit

  • Father: Earl Ray Trout
  • Mother: Carolyn Elaine Rudd

SiblingsEdit

Geoff Trout

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1st GenerationEdit

  • 1 Brian Ray Trout (1970)

2nd GenerationEdit

  • 2 ? Trout
  • 3 Carolyn Elaine Rudd

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgina_Cates
  2. ^ 1930 Census - Norfolk, Norfolk (Independent City), Virginia
  3. ^ 1880 Census - Washington, Norfolk, Virginia
  4. ^ World War I Draft Registration Card
  5. ^ 1910, 1920, 1930 Census - Norfolk, Norfolk (Independent City), Virginia
  6. ^ Walter Scott RUDD died on 10 Jan 1953. Sunday, January 11, 1953 / Monday, January 12, 1953 Age 76, husband of Mrs. PEARL HARRELL RUDD, died Saturday, January 10, 1953 at 12:30 am at his residence, 426 Fishermans Road, Hyde Park after an illness of two months. He was a lifelong resident of Norfolk and was a member of the Berkley Avenue Baptist Church. Surviving besides his wife are 5 sons, ALVIN RAY RUDD, WILLIAM S. RUDD and CHARLES E. RUDD, all of California; FRANK M. RUDD of Philadelphia and WALTER S. RUDD of Lynchburg, VA; 3 daughters, Mrs. E.A. CRUMP, Mrs. L.W. KITCHENS and Miss ROSE RUDD, all of Norfolk; 2 brothers, WILLIE S. RUDD of Norfolk and FRANK RUDD of New York and 7 grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Sunday, January 11, 1953 at 3:30 pm in the Sykes Funeral Home, Berkley, by the Rev H.T. BROOME, pastor of the Christ Methodist Church. Pallbearers: JOHN M. HAMPSHIRE, LEE LAWLER, JAMES PAGE, CHARLES BAKALAR, ROBERT SEELEY and GEORGE HINES. Burial was in Magnolia Cemetery.
  7. ^ 1910, 1920, 1930 Census - Norfolk, Norfolk (Independent City), Virginia
  8. ^ 1860 Census - Hampton, Elizabeth City, Virginia
  9. ^ 1880 Census - Washington, Norfolk, Virginia
  10. ^ 1870, 1910 Census - Norfolk, Norfolk (Independent City), Virginia
  11. ^ 1880 Census - Washington, Norfolk, Virginia
  12. ^ 1870, 1910 Census - Norfolk, Norfolk (Independent City), Virginia
  13. ^ 1910, 1920, 1930 Census - Norfolk, Norfolk (Independent City), Virginia
  14. ^ World War I Draft Registration Card
  15. ^ 1910, 1920, 1930 Census - Norfolk, Norfolk (Independent City), Virginia
  16. ^ 1860 Census - Hampton, Elizabeth City, Virginia
  17. ^ 1860 Census - Hampton, Elizabeth City, Virginia
  18. ^ 1870 Census - Norfolk, Norfolk (Independent City), Virginia

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Will 01:45, 18 August 2008 (UTC)

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