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Re: Talbert Payton Scott family search
Posted by: Jackie O. (ID *****0462) Date: October 29, 2007 at 08:56:44
In Reply to: Talbert Payton Scott family search by Terri Fields of 1449

Your Tolbert Payton Scott is a brother to my Charles Scott. I have for Tolbert b. 7-13-1821 Burke Co., N.C., d. 8-9-1862, m. Rebecca Hunter in 1850. Rebecca b. 1832 d. 1865. Rebecca dau. of Elizabeth Burnett and James Hunter.
I have five children for Tolbert and Rebecca:
1.John b. 1850 d.1907 m.about 1883 to Permelia Sophira Hilsabeck.
2.Thomas Pinkney b.1852 d.1934 m. 1. Mary Frances Alexander, 2nd Mary Smith Jaynes
3. James Madison b. 1856 d. 1918 m.Minerva E. Clouse about 1878
4. Frances Elizabeth b. 1858 d. 1905 m.Warren Pinkney Golloway in 1877
5. Mary Ellen b. 1861 d.1948 m 1884 to cousin James Matthew Harbison.

I have Tolbert Payton's parents as
Father: Thomas Scott Jr. b.1780, d.1853. Involved in the Catawba Church (Baptist), Burke County, N.C. book shows he owned 18 slaves.
Mother: Mary Parkes (Parks) they wed about 1803 Burke Co., N.C. her parents: Thomas Parkes and Rachael White.

Thomas Scott, Jr. parents were:
Thomas Scott Sr. and Anna Maria Dobson.
Thomas Sr. died 8-8-1780 in action in War of Independence near Spartanbury, S.C. He was a Private. He and son John were doctors to the troops.
Anna Maria b. 1750 England, d. 1839 Buried in Parks-Jaynes Cemetery, N.C. Anna Maria's parents were Dr. Joseph Dobson M.D. and Ann (last name not know)
Dr.Joseph Dobson was from England, died around 1790, buried in Old Burke Co., N.C. He was considered well educated and a man of wealth. 1790 census shows Ann as head of household. Dr. Dobson came to America in 1753 with wife and family. They moved to Catawbe Valley of Western Rowan (now McDonald Co.) in 1768.

Hope this helps some. Jackie O.

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