Nicholas K. Trout (1859)
Nicholas K. Trout lived with his family in Staunton in Augusta County, Virginia, where he practiced law. He was a wealthy man with contacts among the political and economic elite of the county. After the war, Trout continued to practice law in Staunton.
The following links provide access to the most likely matches in the Valley of the Shadow databases:
In these letters to Alfred Chapman, Trout primarily discusses business affairs, including claims and other legal matters. Chapman was not a resident of Augusta County.