Posted By:C Starr
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Subject:Re: SCOTT > ROXBURGH >ONTARIO > KANSAS > MANITOBA
Post Date:November 27, 2002 at 17:45:28
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Forum:Roxburghshire, Scotland Genealogy Forum
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Hi, Kate. I got a bit lost in your message. Here's what I have for John and Agnes. Any matches? If so, I have more. But please note, I haven't checked primary sources for these particular individuals. It was gathered online from the records of J. Gordon SCOTT of Ottawa, ON who provided the following information: George was born on Denholm Hill Farm in Roxburgshire (now Borders) which is situated at the foot of Rueber's Law (Robbers's Hill). His mother, Agnes BLYTH, came from East Middle, a farm about six miles distant. John and Agnes SCOTT lived on land owned by the DOUGLAS family. The lease was held by a James SCOTT, who may have been John's father. At the christenings of his children at the Burgher Church in Hawick, John SCOTT stated that he was a tenant farmer (as opposed to a farm labourer).

       1. John Scott (Son of Robert) was born 1772 in Roxburghshire, Scotland, and died in Possibly at sea. He married Agnes Blyth Abt. 1801 in Scotland. She was born Bef. 1780 in East Middle, Roxburghshire, Scotland.
       
Children of John Scott and Agnes Blyth are:
       2       i.       Isabel Scott, born February 04, 1802 in Denholmhill Farm, Roxburghshire, Scotland.
       3       ii.       Elizabeth "Betty" Scott, born August 01, 1803.
+       4       iii.       James Scott, born August 10, 1805 in Denholmhill Farm, Roxburghshire, Scotland; died March 12, 1867 in Surveyors Creek, NSW, Australia.
       5       iv.       Thomas Scott, born February 15, 1809; died in Possibly at sea.
+       6       v.       George Scott, born October 15, 1811 in Denholm Hill Farm, Cavers, Roxburghshire, Scotland; died October 06, 1896 in Oak Lake, Manitoba.
       7       vi.       Agnes Scott, born August 23, 1813.
       8       vii.       John Scott, born August 23, 1813; died in Possibly at sea.