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Elder Allen Scott

Male 1812 - 1881  (68 years)


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  • Name Elder Allen Scott 
    Prefix Elder 
    Born 31 Dec 1812  Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2
    • NO PROOF of parental relationship
    Gender Male 
    1830 Census Overton County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    1840 Census Overton County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    1850 Census Overton County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Misc. BET. Feb 1844 - Nov 1849  Overton County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    1860 Census 31 Jul 1860  North Twp., Dade County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    1870 Census 6 Aug 1870  Jackson Twp., Jasper County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [8
    1880 Census 11 Jun 1880  Jackson Twp., Jasper County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    HIST 1830 Overton Co., TN Census,
    Pg. 172, allotted to Robert Nevins [line 10] SCOTT Martin 000001 110001
    pg. 174, allotted to Robert Nevins, [line 17] SCOTT Allen 001 0001
    [1M 10-15 (b. 1815-1820) Allen,
    1F 15-19 (b. 1811-1815) Valeria];
    pg. 174, allotted to Robert Nevins, [line 27] SCOTT John 01001 10001
    [looks like the John Scott in Lafayette Co., MO in 1850]
    pg. 175, allotted to Robert Nevins, [line 1] SCOTT Samuel 212001 010001
    [could be the Samuel Scott in Lafayette Co., MO in 1850]

    1840 Overton Co., TN Census, pg. 14, Middle District, allotted to Patrick Pool,
    [line 24] Allen SCOTT 23001 00001
    [1M 20-29 (b. 1811-1820) Allen,
    1F 20-29 (b. 1811-1820) Valeria,
    3M 5-9 (b. 1831-1835) John, Reuben & ?,
    2M 0-4 (b. 1836-1840) ? & Washington].

    1850 Census
    Personal comment, believe the family was almost certainly still in Overton Co., TN in 1850 (Wash Scott says his family lived there from his birth until they moved to Missouri) - cannot find them in the census in TN or MO or in fact anywhere else. - tap

    1860 Dade Co., MO Census, North Township, Page No. 110/113, 31st July 1860 by Thomas S. Coffee, P.O. Sons Creek,
    line 6, 734/734 Samuel LAWRENCE 26 M " [Farmer] /50 Illinois cannot r/w,
    Clarinda 21 f Tennessee cannot r/w,
    Allen SCOTT 48 M " [Farmer] 500/5700 Kentucky,
    Judith 40 F Tennessee,
    Philip WL. 21 M " [Farmer] /75 " [Tennessee],
    Judith C 19 F " [Tennessee] attended school,
    Robert N. 17 M " [Farmer] " [Tennessee] attended school,
    Mary W. 4 F " [Tennessee],
    Sarah F. 2 F " [Tennessee].

    1870 Jasper Co., MO Census,
    Jackson Township, Page No. 28,
    6 Aug 1870 by Carl L Shepard,
    P.O. Fidelity,
    line 33, 184/191 SCOTT Allen 57 MW Farmer 5000/1176 Ken,
    Serena 43 FW Keeping House Tenn,
    Mary 14 FW Tenn attended school,
    Tennessee 10 FW Tenn attended school,
    Clarence 7 MW MO attended school,
    Benjamin 5 MW MO attended school,
    Sarah 13 FW MO attended school,
    Isorah 3 FW MO,
    Page No. 29/37A,
    line 1, 184/191 SCOTT Lizzie 1 FW MO,
    line 2, 185/192 SCOTT Washington 36 MW Working on Farm /400 Tenn,
    Eliza 27 FW Keeping House MO, William A 4 MW Ark, John 1 MW MO.

    1880 Jasper Co., MO Census,
    Jackson Township,
    S.D. 4, E.D. 64, Page No. 15/434A,
    11 June 1880 by WB McNeel,
    [near son Robert N. Scott],
    line 25, 127/131 SCOTT Allen WM 67 M Farmer Kentucky Va SCarolina,
    Serena WF 53 wife M Keeping house Tennessee Penn Mass,
    Clarence L WM 17 Son S Works on Farm attended school Missouri Ky Tenn,
    Benjamin L WM 15 Son S Works on Farm attended school Missouri Ky Tenn,
    Isorah WF 13 Daughter S At home attended school Missouri Ky Tenn,
    HOLAWAY Wesley WM 25 Laborer S/M Farm Laborer Missouri,
    Margret WF 20 Servant M Servant MO [blank] [blank],
    Abert WM 2 Missouri Missouri [blank]. 
    Occupation Farmer/Preacher 
    Died 3 Apr 1881  probably Jasper County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • month and day hard to read
    Buried Stone Cemetery, Diamond, Jasper County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  [10
    • Elder Allen Scott
    Person ID I6955  Our Genealogy
    Last Modified 20 Dec 2011 

    Father Reuben Scott,   b. Abt 1773, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1864  (Age ~ 91 years) 
    Mother Mary Clary,   b. Abt 1790, Georgia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F5948  Group Sheet

    Family 1 Valeria Whitworth,   b. BET. 1811 - 1815, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. BET. 1843 - 1855  (Age ~ 40 years) 
    Married Abt 1830  Probably Overton County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. John Scott,   b. Abt 1831, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. BET. 1863 - 1870  (Age ~ 39 years)
     2. [Male] Scott,   b. BET. 1831 - 1835
     3. Reuben H. Scott,   b. BET. 1831 - 1835, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1860  (Age ~ 25 years)
     4. [Male] Scott,   b. BET. 1836 - 1840
     5. Philip Washington L. "Wash" Scott,   b. 12 Feb 1839, Overton County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1900  (Age < 60 years)
     6. Judith Catherine "Catherine" Scott,   b. 20 Dec 1840, Celina, Clay County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 Jul 1912, North Township, Dade County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 71 years)
     7. Robert Newton Scott,   b. 15 Aug 1843, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Jun 1919, Confederate Home, Dover Twp., Lafayette County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years)
    Last Modified 18 Sep 2014 
    Family ID F2937  Group Sheet

    Family 2 Juda Whitworth,   b. Abt 1820, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. BET. 1860 - 1862  (Age ~ 42 years) 
    Married BET. 1850 - 1855  [11
    Children 
     1. Mary William Scott,   b. 25 Dec 1855, Overton County, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Feb 1921, Duenweg, Jasper County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 65 years)
     2. Sarah F. Scott,   b. Abt 1858, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. Tennessee Ozark "Tennie" Scott,   b. 1860, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1887, probably Jasper County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 27 years)
    Last Modified 18 Sep 2014 
    Family ID F3082  Group Sheet

    Family 3 Serena Bender,   b. 16 Feb 1827, Tennessee Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Dec 1887, probably Jasper County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 60 years) 
    Married BET. 1860 - 1862 
    Children 
     1. Clarence Lee Scott,   b. 1 Nov 1862, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Nov 1944, Los Angeles County, California Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years)
     2. Benjamin L. "Ben" Scott,   b. Sep 1865, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 May 1944, St. Johns Hospital, Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 78 years)
     3. Isorah Scott,   b. Abt 1867, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. Lizzie Scott,   b. Abt 1869, Jasper County, Missouri Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1880  (Age ~ 10 years)
    Last Modified 18 Sep 2014 
    Family ID F3116  Group Sheet

  • Notes 
    • Overton Co., TN, Court Minutes, February 1844 - November 1849, (noted 19 September 2004), [page numbers refer to the page numbers of the original document]
      SCATE, Allen 105
      SCATE, Thos. 38
      SCOTT, Allen 36, 58, 94, 151, 154, 264, 360, 458
      SCOTT, Thomas 142, 254, 292, 300, 303, 371.

      http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~haddockfamily/hancocknotes.htm
      transcribed by Donna Haddock Cooper, 23 January 2005

      My Life Is an Open Book
      By Rev G. B. Hancock

      excerpt from Chapter Seven:

      "Soon as we had dismissed the audience Lord's day evening, a sister came to the pulpit, and having introduced herself, said, "I live at a little place called Fidelity. It is on the road, from what I learned, that you will travel. We need preaching very bad. Just give me the privilege of circulating an appointment for you tomorrow night. One discourse will do good." We called the attention of the audience and announced that we would preach at Fidelity the next night. That night two came forward, which called for baptizing the next day. We found no stopping place till Lord's day night, and that night there was one confession, a somewhat noted infidel, but we attended the baptizing next morning, and started for Columbus. While at Fidelity we had no preaching though the day. A Brother Reed that was stopping there had occasion to drive to Joplin, and asked us to go with him. We had to go through the little town of Scotland. Brother Allen Scott lived there. While at Jenkins and Fidelity we had heard him spoken of as a good preacher, and a noble brother.

      I told Brother Reed that I wanted him to halt in Scotland long enough forme to see Brother Scott. I found him very busy, superintending somebutchering. I introduced myself. He eyed me from head to foot, turned,and went about his business. I went back to the buggy. Brother Reed said,"You did not stay long." I said, "No. He would not even pass thecompliments for the day with me. I guess he judged me by my home spungarb, and think that thy have no sued for an Arkansawayer." Brother reedSaid, "There is something wrong. I cannot think that is the sprit ofBrother Scott. He is an old-fashioned Tennessean, not inclined to bestylish, but very open hearted. "When we got to Scotland on our returnthat evening, I said "Brother Reed I am going to see Brother Scott again.It may be that he was somewhat out of humor this morning." I again wentto where he was, but he was so distant I did not tarry. I said, "BrotherReed, that old man has about enough religion to make a regular oldfashioned forty gallon Baptist." Brother Reed said, "I can not think thatto be Brother Scott's disposition. There is something out of joint."

      After attending to the baptizing on Monday morning, as suggested, westarted on our road to Columbus. We had however, to pass throughScotland. We determined to stop and stay long enough to find out whatkind of man Brother Scott was. They had a small congregation there, andas we had spent so much time on the way we concluded that we would go nofather, provided we could get to preach a week in Scotland. When Ireached Scotland, I found Brother Scott very busily engaged in preparinga discourse, to be delivered in a school-house, tow miles from there, tobe delivered that evening, in reply to a sermon preached by aMaterialist. Being seated I said "Brother Scott, I had started toColumbus, Kansas, but on my way there I have spent so much time that Iconcluded, if it was desired, to stop here and preach a few sermons, andpostpone my trip to Kansas." He stopped writing and said, "We are notwanting a meeting here. We are not in a condition to hold one, it woulddo no good, and I guess we will not try it." I said "You, of course, areto decide as to where you have a meeting. As to doing good, I will riskthat part, and as to remuneration, I am not wanting to hire to hold you ameeting. I would like to preach a few nights." He replied, "We are not ina condition to have a meeting, and I guess we will not undertake one." Hethen turned his attention to his writing.

      Presently Old Sister Scott came into the room, and being seated weentered into a conversation. In answer to an inquiry as to where I wasfrom, I told her that my home was at Washburn, MO, that I moved fromBoone Co., Arkansas to Washburn. She then asked, "Did you know Dr. Kirbyof Harrison, that county?" I said, "Yes, Dr. Kirby was my right handbower. I have been with him a great deal." The old folks looked at eachother and smiled. The first smile that I had seen on Brother Scott'sface. The old sister said, "Dr. Kirby is my son." I said, "Brother Kirbyhad often told me about his mother, and his step-father, and I knew thenamed, but I thought they lived in a different part of Missouri to this."She said, "You are now with them." I said, "I am glad to be with you. Ithought so much of him, maybe I can think something of you."

      The old brother then told me what he was doing, and said, "You stay heretoday, and go with me to my appointment tonight, the other elder will bethere, and if he thinks it necessary we will make an appointment thatnight," And just before preaching I saw Brother Scott in privateconversation with a man, I guessed to be the other elder. I noticed thestranger eye me critically, then turned and said something to BrotherScott. It was announced that a strange preacher would preach in Scotlandthe next night. The appointment was announced in the schools of theadjoining neighborhoods next day. After making my discourse that night Isat down, with the conclusion that if they wanted any more preaching theywould let it be known. Brother Scott announced preaching for the nextnight and dismissed the audience. After preaching the next night I calledon the old brother to conclude the meeting. He announced preaching forthe next night, and requested all present to give the meeting as muchcirculation as possible. The third night I talked of the nature anddesign of what is called the reformation of the nineteenth century.

      Brother Scott managed to keep his seat till I closed. He then said, "Iwant you all to tell everybody you see, and send word to all that youdon't see, that meeting is going on here. Tell them that there is a manhere that can learn [sic] them something, for he is versed in thegospel." The next night two made the good confession. After baptizing thenext day Brother Scott asked us to walk down to the store. The nextLord's day I could appear in my broad cloth. Of course, the old brotherand others were better satisfied with my outward appearance, but I amsatisfied that I was no more in earnest, and that hence, my preaching wasnot with any more power than when I was dress in the cloth made by thehands of my faithful wife. Some may have, in consequence of the plainnessof my garb, failed to appreciate my humble efforts, but the Lord did not:for he abundantly blessed my efforts. Our meeting continued till Thursdaynight of the third week, when we had to close to answer a call from home.There were near thirty additions. Next morning Brother Scott said, "Thebrethren are not going to be satisfied for you to leave without a promisefrom you that you will return." I said, "Brother Scott, I don't see how Ican well make such a promise. It is fifty miles, no public conveyance,and I have nothing to ride." He replied, "I have a fine saddle horse asthere is in Jasper County, that I don't need. Just say that you will giveus a part of your time and the horse is yours. " Then left me without anexcuse. I went home dressed somewhat like a preacher, and the owner of afine saddle horse.

      I labored most of the time in Jasper and Newton Counties, and easternKansas for three years and a half. I had, however, to soon give up mysaddle horse to meet demands at home, and during that three and a halfyears I walked, in hot weather, as far as seventy-five miles to get to myappointments. That three years and a half's labor was done at a sacrificeof over three hundred dollars. Between twelve and fifteen years of ourlife was spent as an isolated worker, chiefly in the destitute parts,covering a territory of about 400 by 150 miles. Yet, by hirelings, whoknow nothing of sacrifice, toils, privations, cares, persecutions, tearsand anxieties, I am called Anti-missionary!

      This brings to near the part of my life known to the O. R. readers, sowith this we close this series.

      G. B. Hancock. "


      http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnoverto/docs/DeedBookAINDEX.htm, noted 20September 2004
      INDEX: REGISTER OF DEEDS - BOOK A PAGE NUMBERS CORRESPOND WITH THE PAGENUMBERS IN THE REGISTER OF DEEDS
      SCOTT, Edward - 446, 448
      SCOTT, Jesse - 341
      SCOTT, Samuel - 25, 27, 28

      http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnoverto/docs/DeedBookBINDEX.htm, noted 20September 2004
      INDEX: OVERTON COUNTY, TENNESSEE ABSTRACTS OF REGISTER OF DEEDS, BOOK B
      NOTE: Page numbers correspond to the page numbers in Book B
      SCOTT, (no first name) - 446
      SCOTT, Edw./Edward - 3, 5, 190, 191, 243, 324, 405, 406, 446, 482, 484,517, 518, 520, 521, 524
      SCOTT, Richard Marshal - 38
      SCOTT, Samuel - 446

      http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnoverto/docs/DeedBookCINDEX.htm, noted 20September 2004
      Index [Note: The page numbers correspond with the pages in the deedbook!]
      SCOTT, (no first name), 17, 18
      SCOTT, E. W. - 191
      SCOTT, Edward - 152
      SCOTT, Jesse - 4, 5

      http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnoverto/census/1820st.htm, by Tami Ramsey,noted 19 September 2004
      Scott, Edward 201201 1201
      Scott, Jesse 000101 00101
      Scott, Samuel 20001 001

      image 5/86
      1830 Overton Co., TN
      image 1
      [in margin] Overton County State of Tennessee
      Pg. 172, allotted to Robert Nevins, [line 10] SCOTT Martin 000001 110001
      [1M 30-39 (b. 1791-1800) Martin,
      1F 30-39 (b. 1791-1800),
      1F 5-9 (b. 1821-1825),
      1F 0-4 (b. 1826-1830)
      [could be the Martin Scott in Hart Co., KY in 1850]
      pg. 174, allotted to Robert Nevins
      [line 7] ASHLOCK Jesse 000000001 0000000001 [1M 60-69, 1F 70-79]
      [line 11] BUFORD John 10002 1001
      [line 13] Aggrippa CLARY 10001 0001
      [line 15] JENINGS Ezekiel 0112001 0010001
      [line 17] SCOTT Allen 001 0001 [1M 10-15 (b. 1815-1820) Allen, 1F 15-19(b. 1811-1815)]
      [line 27] SCOTT John 01001 10001
      [1M 20-29 (b. 1801-1810) John,
      1F 20-29(b. 1801-1810),
      1M 5-9 (b. 1821-1825),
      1F 0-4 (b. 1826-1830)
      looks like the John Scott in Lafayette Co., MO in 1850]
      pg. 175, allotted to Robert Nevins
      [line 1] SCOTT Samuel 212001 010001
      [1M 30-39 (b. 1791-1800) Samuel,
      1F 30-39 (b. 1791-1800),
      2M 10-15 (b. 1815-1820),
      1F 5-9 (b. 1821-1825),
      1M 5-9 (b. 1821-1825),
      2M 0-4 (b. 1826-1830)]
      could be the Samuel Scott in Lafayette Co., MO in 1850]
      [line 2] GREEN William Jr 1101 01101

      Overton 1840
      image 27/100
      pg. 14, Middle District, allotted to Patrick Pool
      [line 16] Jessee ASHLOCK 00000001001 01001000001 [1M 80-89, 1F 80-89, 1M50-59, 1F 20-29, 1F 5-9]
      [line 24] Allen SCOTT 23001 00001
      [1M 20-29 (b. 1811-1820) Allen,
      1F 20-29 (b. 1811-1820),
      3M 5-9 (b. 1831-1835),
      2M 0-4 (b. 1836-1840)]

      allotted to Patrick Pool, pg. 45
      John SCOTT 220101 000001

      [allotted to Patrick Pool, pg. 46]
      [line 2] Martin SCOTT 010001 0011001 [1M 30-39, 1F 40-49, 1F 15-19, 1F10-15, 1M 5-9]
      [next pg. is Benjamin Stephens (and family) and Thomas Whitworth (nofamily)]


      http://www.familyorigins.com/users/a/g/i/Alison-J-Agins/FAMO1-0001/d77.htm
      Mary VANSCORT was born about 1850 in Jasper County, Mo. She died about1880 in Jasper County, Mo.
      Parents: Sarah Elizabeth VANSCORT\VANSOYK.
      She was married to Alexander JOHNSON on Mar 15 1874 in Scotland, JasperCounty, MO by Allen Scott MG

      http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~rslewis/bios/1883/hjcJacksonslide.htm
      1883 History of Jasper County, Missouri
      Jackson Township
      pg. 758

      SCOTLAND, named for Allen Scott, who laid off the town in 1873. The
      original plat comprised sixty lots. Lots 1 to 48 inclusive were 50x120 feet,
      and 49 to 60 were 50x180. Specifically the plat would be described as fol-
      lows: situated on the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter ofsection
      1, in township 27 north, range 32 west of fifth principal meridian. Scot-
      land's palmiest days were during the lead excitement there a few years
      since. But other mines at Joplin, Short Creek, and Blend City springing
      up has drawn off from the town, which numbers about 200 in population.
      pg. 759
      There is one hotel, a mill, a store or two, and a store and post-office kept by
      Mr. Patrick. There is still plenty of mineral about the site of the town,
      and should it attract the attention of miners, Scotland may yet even surpass
      her former self.


      http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:a584&id=I7
      584
      Entries: 128 Updated: Sat Aug 25 17:57:17 2001

      # Name: Elder Allen SCOTT
      # Sex: M
      # Birth: DEC 31 1812
      # Death: APR 08 1891
      # Burial: Scott Cemetery
      # Note:

      Overton county, TN 1830 census. Paid taxes in Cumberland county, Kentucky
      in 1850, also in Dade county, MO in 1860. Possible another child by Valerie
      Whitworth. Founded Scotland village and opened first smelter in Jasper county,
      MO. He had a grocery store and Post Office. Was also Justice of the Peace.



      Marriage 1 Judith WHITWORTH

      * Married:

      Children

      1. Mary William SCOTT b: DEC 25 1855 in TN

      Could be the Martin Scott in Overton Co., TN in 1840:
      Hart County, State of Kentucky
      pg. 218A
      18th Aug 1850 by John W Barnet
      line 1, 569/573 John SIMMS 79 M Farmer 400 Virginia
      Mary Do[SIMMS] 68 F "[Virginia]
      line 3, 570/574 Martin SCOTT 50 M Farmer North Carolina
      Sarah Do[SCOTT] 51 F "[North Carolina]
      Levina Do[SCOTT] 25 F Tennessee
      Judith Do[SCOTT] 22 F "[Tennessee]
      Robt M Do[SCOTT] 19 M Farmer "[Tennessee]

  • Sources 
    1. [S1425] 1860 Dade Co., MO Census, parental relationship a guess.

    2. [S2384] Stone Cemetery, Diamond, Jasper County, Missouri, Find-A-Grave.

    3. [S2223] 1830 Overton Co., TN Census, Pg. 172, allotted ot Robert Nevins [line 10] SCOTT Martin 000001 110001 [1M 30-39 (b. 1791-1800) Martin, 1F 30-39, 1F 5-9, 1F 0-4], pg. 174, allotted to Robert Nevins, [line 17] SCOTT Allen 001 0001 [1M 10-15 (b. 1815-1820) Allen, 1F 15-19 (b. 1811-1815)]; [line 27] SCOTT John 01001 10001 [1M 20-29 (b. 1801-1810) John, 1F 20-29, 1.

    4. [S2196] 1840 Overton Co., TN Census, pg. 14, Middle District, allotted to Patrick Pool, [line 24] Allen SCOTT 23001 00001 [1M 20-29 (b. 1811-1820) Allen, 1F 20-29 (b. 1811-1820), 3M 5-9 (b. 1831-1835) John, Reuben & ?, 2M 0-4 (b. 1836-18, 40) ? & Washington].

    5. [S2509] Personal comment, T. Anderson Painter, believe the family was almost certainly still in Overton Co., TN in 1850 - cannot find them in the census in TN or MO or in fact anywhere else.

    6. [S1697] Overton Co., TN, Court Minutes, February 1844 - November 1849, (noted 19 September 2004), [page numbers refer to the page numbers of the original document], SCATE, Allen 105, SCATE, Thos. 38, SCOTT, Allen 36, 58, 94, 151, 154, 264, 360, 458, SCOTT, Thomas 142, 254, 292, 300, 303, 371..

    7. [S1425] 1860 Dade Co., MO Census, North Township, Page No. 110/113, 31st July 1860 by Thomas S. Coffee, P.O. Sons Creek, line 6, 734/734 Samuel LAWRENCE 26 M " [Farmer] /50 Illinois cannot r/w, Clarinda 21 f Tennessee cannot r/w,, Allen SCOTT 48 M " [Farmer] 500/5700 Kentucky,, Judith 40 F Tennessee,.

    8. [S1267] 1870 Jasper Co., MO Census, Jackson Townsihp, Page No. 28, 6 Aug 1870 by Carl L Shepard, P.O. Fidelity, line 33, 184/191 SCOTT Allen 57 MW Farmer 5000/1176 Ken, Serena 43 FW Keeping House Tenn, Mary 14 FW Tenn attended school, T, ennessee 10 FW Tenn attended school, Clarence 7 MW MO attended school, Benjamin 5 MW MO attended school, Sarah 13 FW MO attended school, Isorah 3 FW MO, P.

    9. [S1007] 1880 Jasper Co., MO Census, Jackson Township, S.D. 4, E.D. 64, Page No. 15/434A, 11 June 1880 by WB McNeel, [near son Robert N. Scott], line 25, 127/131 SCOTT Allen WM 67 M Farmer Kentucky Va SCarolina, Serena WF 53 wife M Keepi, ng house Tennessee Penn Mass, Clarence L WM 17 Son S Works on Farm attended school Missouri Ky Tenn, Benjamin L WM 15 Son S Works on Farm attended school M.

    10. [S2384] Stone Cemetery, Diamond, Jasper County, Missouri, Find-A-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=6295699&PIpi=26804452.

    11. [S2509] Personal comment, T. Anderson Painter, this is a guess based on the large gap in children.


 
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