Scott Direct Line

Scott Direct Line



Generation No. 1



1. John Scott was born January 11, 1724/25 and died Unknown in Rutherford Co. North Carolina.

Child of John Scott:
Moses Scott
b. Bet. 1760 - 1765, North Carolina.
d. Aft. 1845, Tryon or Lincoln Co. North Carolina.



Generation No. 2



2. Moses Scott (John Scott) was born Bet. 1760 - 1765 in North Carolina, and died Aft. 1845 in Tryon or Lincoln Co. North Carolina.
He married Rachel South, November 02, 1785 in Lincoln County, North Carolina from state marriage records book. She was born Abt. 1767. He married (2) Lucinda Green April 07, 1828.

Children of Moses Scott and Rachel South:




Generation No. 3



3. James H. Scott (Moses, John Scott,) was born August 05, 1795 in North Carolina, and died January 01, 1831, in Blountsville, Blount Co. AL
He married Grace Berry 1813 in Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1796 in North Carolina, and died August 25, 1872 in Fort Payne DeKalbe Co. Alabama.


More about James H. Scott:
Occupation: Surveyor
Military service: War of 1812 East Tennessee
Scott James 3 Reg't (Johnson's) E. Tennessee Militia.
Private Private
Roll Box roll- Exct 184 602

Inventory Record Book A, 1823-1833, p. 115, Perry Co., AL Inventory and Appraisement of Estate of Aaron Moore, 30 Oct 1826:

Amount of the sales of personal property of Aaron Moore, Sr., deceased as returned by the Administrator thereof and ordered by the Orphans Court to be recorded. Sold on the 29th December 1826 by order of Court.
Property - Purchaser - Amount
Bed and bedding - Samuel Boydston - $10.00
Bed and bedding - John Gray - $9.00
Counter pin - Joseph Evans - $6.25
Trunk - Thomas W. Moore - $3.75
Lot of books - Moses Eaken - $0.75
1 axe - John Scott - $0.75
Set of bed posts - Richard Tubb - $1.50
Powder canister and money holder - Mary Eakin - $0.87 1/2
A box with sundries - Hugh M. Simpson - $1.06 1/4
Fire tongs - James Scott - $0.93 3/4
Arm chair - William Moore, Sr. - $0.50
Coffee Mill - William Moore, Sr. - $1.00
George, a negro boy - Aaron Moore - $800.00
Dilsey, a negro girl - James Eaken - $530.00
Nancy, a negro girl - George Tubb - $558.62 1/2
Amy, a negro girl - Hugh M. Simpson - $253.00

I, William Moore, administrator of the estate of Aaron Moore Sr., deceased, do hereby certify that the above contains a correct account of the sales of the personal estate of said deceased as sold on the day and year above written by order of the Orphans Court of Perry County. William Moore, Administrator Recorded Jan. 12th 1827 Samuel H. N_?_, Clerk by his deputy David McCullough

More about Grace Berry:
Burial: Unknown, Antioch Cemetery, Fort Payne AL

More about James Scott and Grace Berry:
Marriage about 1813, Tennessee.

Children of James Scott and Grace Berry:



Generation No. 4

4. John Wesley Scott (James H., Moses, John Scott) was born December 04, 1824, in Blount Co. AL, and died June 19, 1910 in Stone Co. Missouri.
He married (1) Nancy Gipson October 16, 1843 in DeKalb Co. Alabama, daughter of Jacob Gipson and Elizabeth Franklin. She was born March 26, 1827 in Alabama, and died August 22, 1866 in Barry Co. MO.
He married (2) Elizabeth Smith Woods April 23, 1867 in Cassville, Barry Co. MO. She was born March 21, 1827 in Ohio, and died November 01, 1921.

Notes for John Wesley Scott:
Military Information: Click Here


1880 Stone County Missouri Census
Pierce Township
B.P. B.P. of Parents
125 135 Scott, John W M 55 Farmer AL AL AL
- - Elizabeth W F 41 Wife Keeping house OH ME Scotland
- - Berry W M 12 Son MO AL OH
- - Edward W M 10 Son MO AL OH
- - Rufus W M 6 Son MO AL OH
- - Hiram W M 5 Son (epilepsy) MO AL OH
- - Ruby W F 3 Daughter (epilepsy) MO AL OH
- - Ariana W F 3 1/2 Daughter (epilepsy) MO AL OH
- - Wood, William C. W M 18 Step Son MO TN OH

1900 Stone County Federal Census Pierce Township Missouri:
Index# - Family# - Surname - First Name - Relation - Age - Birthplace

925 263 Scott John Head 75 AL
- - - Elizabeth Wife 63 OH
- - - William A Son 15 MO

1910 Census Stone County Union Township Missouri:

Scott, John Age 85 b. AL
Elizabeth Age 73 b. OH

1920 Stone County Federal Census Hurley Township:
House# - Family# - Surname - First Name - Relationship - Age - State Born

10 11 Scott Elizabeth Head 82 OH
- - Hood Virginia Ann ? 57 -

Hood Cemetery - Stone County, Missouri
Located two miles west of Hurley, or two east of Hwy. 13, 1/10 mile, north of Hwy A.
John Scott: December 04, 1824 - June 18, 1910
Elizabeth: March 21, 1837 -November 01, 1922

Land Patent: Barry County Missouri
Patentee Name:
John Scott
Warrantee Name:

Document #: 101
Misc. Doc. Nr: 1180
Indian Allotment Nr:---
Tribe:--
US Reservations:--
Mineral Reservations: No
Geographic Name:--
Metes/Bounds: No
Survey Date:--

Issue Date: June 26, 1871
Cancelled: No
Authority: May 20, 1862: Homestead Entry-Original (12 Stat. 392)
Acres: 160
Land Office: Springfield
Comments:--

More About John Wesley Scott:
Name 2: John Wesly Scott
Date born 2: December 04, 1824, Blount Co. AL
Burial: Unknown, Hood Cemetery Hurly Stone Co. MO
Cause of Death: Prostate Cancer and Bronchitis
Occupation: Farmer
Census 1: 1900, Stone Co. Missouri with Elizabeth
Census 2: 1880, Stone Co. Missouri with Elizabeth
Census 3: 1890, Stone Co. Missouri
Census 4: 1910, Stone Co. MO Union Township
Military service 1: 8 Mo Cavalry
Military service 2: Mexican War
Military service 3: Stone Co. MO Home Guard
Occupation: Farmer

More About Elizabeth Smith Woods:
Burial: Hood Cemetery Stone Co. MO
Census 1: 1920, Stone Co. Missouri Hurley Township
Census 2: 1910, Stone County Missouri

10 11 Scott Elizabeth Head 82 Ohio
- - Hood Virginia Ann ? 57 Missouri

More About Nancy Gipson:
The Surname may be Gipson or Gibson
Burial: Unknown, Osa Cemetery Barry Co. Missouri

More About John Scott and Nancy Gipson:
Marriage: October 16, 1843, DeKalb Co. Alabama

More About John Scott and Elizabeth Smith Woods:
Marriage Records for Barry County Missouri
Marriage: April 23, 1867, Cassville, Barry Co. MO
This is her second marriage

Children of John Scott and Nancy Gipson:

                

Children of John Scott and Elizabeth Smith Woods:


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