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Re: williamscott@wife charity
Posted by: Kathryn Dugan (ID *****3022) Date: October 22, 2012 at 17:01:43
In Reply to: Re: williamscott@wife charity by Violet Oachs of 1097

Sarah Ann Scott(1789-1891) and William Phipps (1785-1870) are buried at the Mineral Ridge Cemetery, Ridgeport, Boone Co., Iowa.

Cynthia Scott (1805-1855) and Benjamin Long (1794-1871) are buried at the Salem Cemetery, Salem, Morgan Co., KY.

Larkin Scott (1809-1891) buried at Oakwood Cemetery, Moingona, Boone Co., Iowa. His wife, Sarah Wassum Scott (1811-1894) buried at the Boone Co. Farm, Poorhouse Cemetery following her death by fire at the Boone Co. Insane Asylum.

I found all of these using www.findagrave.com.

The children of Solomon and Elizabeth that I've seen via Ancestry.com are: Sarah Ann Scott (1789-1891), Amelia "Milly" Scott (1793-1872), Elizabeth Scott (1795-1889), Samuel Scott (1795-1855), Peter Scott (1798-1865), William Scott (1799-after 1880), Cynthia Scott (1805-1855), Francis W. Scott (1807-1877) he was the administrator of Solomon's estate, Larkin R. Scott (1809-1891) and Nancy Scott (b. between 1801-1810). We know that Peter, Samuel and Milly were never married. Milly kept house for Peter in Grayson Co., VA.


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